M. Charles Cohen:

An Inventory of His Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Denise Anderson
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(1993)

Finding aid encoded by Julianna Trivers (May 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 78, PC 85, TC 61 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Creator:
M. Charles Cohen

Title:
M. Charles Cohen fonds

Dates:
1898-1986, predominant 1950-1986

Quantity:
5.5 m of textual records (43 boxes). -- 319 photographs. -- 4 audio reels.

MSS 78, PC 85, TC 61

Language
English.

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Biography of M. Charles Cohen

Maxwell Charles Cohen was born 19 May 1926 in Werner, Alberta. Raised in Winnipeg, Cohen received his B.A. from the University of Manitoba and his M.S.W. from the University of Toronto. After spending one and a half years in England, where he met his wife Dian, a fellow Winnipeger and later noted economist, Cohen moved to Montreal to supervise Adult Education at the Young Men Hebrew Association. In 1956 Cohen decided to give up his job as a social worker and pursue a writing career.

Cohen proved to be a prolific writer, particularly of radio and television plays. After his first televised drama Pastoral on CBC in 1955, Cohen went on to write the well-known National Film Board production Drylanders , a story of life on the Canadian prairies during the Depression. Other radio and television scripts followed including David Chapter Two , David Chapter Three , The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B. , The Origin of the Species and Hostage .

Cohen's success in the smaller Canadian market eventually caught the attention of American writers and producers from all the American television networks as well as producers of a number of feature films. Ever interested in history, Cohen was screenplay writer for such works as Sitting Bull Must Die , Against All Odds , The P.T. Barnum Story , After the Crash , Dark Victory and, most notably of all, Roots , the historical account of the genealogical origins of a black slave family in the ante-bellum south. His work for American television soon garnered praise from observers and press alike. For his work with the television series, Sunshine , he won the prestigious Humanitas Award in the 1970s. And his work on Roots resulted in an Emmy award nomination.

Although he has spent a great deal of time working in the United States he continues to reside in Canada.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The collection reflects the work of Maxwell Charles Cohen, a prolific and creative radio and screenplay writer since 1950. Unless otherwise noted, the manuscripts and typescripts copies are of his many plays and screenplays, often in multiple draft form. The correspondence, mostly incoming, includes exchanges of letters with many of his contemporary writers, directors, producers, actors and others throughout the entertainment field. There is limited amount of material concerning members of Cohen's family.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into six series.

  • Biographical
  • Correspondence
  • Financial Records
  • Publicity
  • Early Literary Endeavours
  • Play & Screen-Writing for Radio, Television and Movie
  • Photograph Collection (PC 85)
  • Tape Collection (TC 61)

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Arrangement of the Papers

The collection is divided into two primary categories: correspondence and literary manuscripts reflecting Cohen's extensive correspondence and the main body of his radio and screenplay work. The correspondence is alphabetically organized according to name of individual with the exception of publishers which were organized by company name. The manuscripts consist primarily of Cohen's original manuscripts, various drafts, revisions and notes of his numerous radio and screenplays.

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Restrictions on Access

There is no restriction on access to the Collection; however, copyright provisions to unpublished materials may apply. Researchers must confer with the University Archivist before publishing anything other than fair use excerpts.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Biographical, 1956-1980; n.d.
BoxFolder
11 Personal Materials - clippings, transcripts
2 Divorce Papers - legal document, 29 May 1980
3 Employment Evaluations - YMHA, 25 Nov 1954 - 3 July 1956
4 Montreal Writers - corresp./newspapers clippings, 4 31 Sept - 11 Oct 1959

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Correspondence 1954-1984; n.d.
Family 1957-1984; n.d.
BoxFolder
15 Cohen, Dian (wife), 9 Feb 1969 - 19 May 1970
6 Cohen, Lisa (daughter), 3 Sept 1973 - 3 Aug 1974
7 Cohen, Marjorie (sister), 25 May 1977 - 13 Mar 1984
8 Cohen, Nina (daughter), 4 July 1979
9 Cohen, Dr. R. (father), 5 May 1957
10 Cohen, Mrs. R. (mother), 19 May 1973 - 19 May 1982
11 Cohen, Tamara (daughter), n.d.
Personal/Collegial 1955-1983; n.d.
BoxFolder
112 Albert, Wil, 14 Oct 1975 - 24 Feb 1977
13 "Barbara", 15 Apr 1970 - 28 July 1980
14 Bernfield (Richards), Lynne, 24 Dec 1976 - 16 May 1983
15 "Bibs", 18 Apr 1980 - 30 Nov 1982
16 "Bob", 11 Jan 1963 - 18 May 1963
17 Bradbury, Ray, 31 Oct 1977
18 Brandeis, Miss T., 19 Oct 1964 - Nov 1964
19 Careless, J.M.S., 22 Oct 1963 - 25 June 1963
20 Cashman, Cheryl, 25 Apr 1975 - 20 May 1977
21 Cassaveles, John, 25 May 1964 - 7 Sept 1971
22 Charney, Ann, 21 Feb 1969 - 12 July 1980
23 Chresman, Gale, 15 Dec ?
24 "Clarice", n.d.
25 Crow, Ellie and Porter, 19 May 1976 - 31 Oct 1981
26 "Dennis", 26 Dec 1973
27 Dewhurst, Colleen, 10 Apr 1965
28 Dommison, David, 13 Jan 1957
29 Edelstein, George, 4 July 1977
30 "Elizabeth", 7 June 1976 - 1 Jan 1981
31 Fam, Lofty, 3 May 1968 - 8 Jan 1969
32 Fowles, John, 19 Feb 1976
33 Garvie, Ron, 28 Feb 1979 - 17 Mar 1981
34 "Gay", 25 June 1976 - 2 Jan 1980
35 Gibson, Henry, n.d.
36 Gluckman (Locke), Wende, n.d.
37 "Grace", 30 July 1983 - 29 Nov 1983
38 Grant, Lee, n.d.
39 Greenberg, Lennie, 22 Aug 1958 - 10 Jan 1970
40 Hart, Harvey, 31 Jan 1965 - 1 July 1971
41 "Helene", 9 Sept 1981
42 Hershfield, Earl S., 15 Oct 1965
43 Horner, Harry, 19 - 26 Aug 1964
44 Irving, Priscilla Pointer (wife of Jules Irving), 18 Mar 1980
45 Isreal, Charles, 5 Apr 1963 - 13 Jan 1971
46 Jarrico, Paul, 21 Dec 1970
47 Jarrolt, Charles, 27 June 1968
48 Jones, Sally Merlin, 26 Apr 1975 - 18 Jan 1978
49 Kannel, Alexis, n.d.
50 "Kim", n.d.
51 Koblere(?), Freda, 25 July 1968 - June 1969
52 Lavut, Martin, May 1962
53 Laurence, Margaret, 4 Sept 1968 - 25 Sept 1969
54 Lenauer, J.H., 6 Nov 1964 - 19 Dec 1974
55 Levy, Biddie, n.d.
56 Lo, Tamara, 13 Sept 1962 - 19 Nov 1970
57 "Lorraine", 1 Mar 1980
58 Ludwig, Leya, 24 Aug 1977
59 Lunan, Stanley H., 5 Mar 1979 - 16 Jan 1983
BoxFolder
21 Mandell, Alan, 23 Sept 1976 - 11 Jan 1982
2 Mannings, Alan, 18 Dec 1964 - 27 Sept 1966
3 Jose, Marie, 29 Aug 1977 - 12 Sept 1977
4 Maxwell, William, 20 Aug 1965
5 Melnick, Beth, 2 Oct 1979
6 "Michel", 21 Sept 1969 - 28 Jan 1970
7 Moore, Brian, n.d.
8 Naglin, Nancy, 16 May 1971 - Oct 1975
9 Naglin, Nancy, 16 May 1971 - Oct 1975
10 "Nora", 14 July 1979 - 29 Aug 1982
11 Nurgitz, Nathan, 25 Nov 1982
12 Orlikow, David, M.P., 24 Oct 1962 - 15 July 1982
13 Osorno, Maria Nielo, 11 July 1982 - 1 Oct 1983
14 Papuleo, Joe, n.d.
15 Pah, Dianne, 23 Dec 1975
16 Petrov, Sandra T., n.d.

(photo included)

17 "Rafael", 12 May 1978 - 4 June 1979
18 Rakoff, Vivien, Mar 1969 - 18 Dec 1981
19 Randel, Byron, Dec 1955 - 18 May 1983
20 Ransen, Mort, 30 May 1965
21 "Raoul", Mar - Aug 1960
22 Rawet, Arthur, 6 May 1971
23 Richmond, Marc, 27 Sept 1966
24 "Ricki", 13 Feb 1983 - 18 Dec 1983
25 Rosh, Joyce, 29 Aug 1976 - 30 Nov 1977
26 Ryga, George, 30 Mar 1964 - 23 Dec 1974
27 "Sandi", n.d.
28 Schiff, Marty, 27 July 1971 - 23 Aug 1983
29 Shamata, Chuck, n.d.
30 "Sheila", 30 Jan - 19 May 1980
31 Smail, John, 17 Dec 1966
32 Symonds, Norman, 13 Oct 1967
33 Tenenbaum, Gerald, 10 Oct 1963 - 12 Dec 1965
34 "Theresa", 16 Jan 1977 - Dec 1977
35 Tiger, Lionel, 31 July 1963 - 7 June 1981
36 Tiger, Virginia, 13 July 1966 - Jan 23 1981
37 Trudeau, Pierre, 9 July 1968
38 "Trudy", 30 June 1978 - 27 Apr 1981
39 "Vince", 29 Apr 1961 - 1 Mar 1963
40 Weidman, Joan, n.d.
41 Weiss, Jiri, 8 Oct 1971 - 12 July 1977
42 Wiseman, Adele, 11 Feb 1956 - 15 Nov 1979
43 Yuck, Sandra, 1 Nov 1973 - 5 Aug 1979
44 Misc. personal corresp., 12 Feb 1964 - 15 July 1979
45 Misc. outgoing corresp., 9 June 1955 - 5 Feb 1984
Business Correspondence - Other Writers 1954-1984; n.d.
BoxFolder
31 Akins, Charles - The Marriage Company, 13 July 1968
2 Aslan, Benjamin - Fitelson, Lasky & Aslan, 19 Apr 1979
3 Barash, Bob, 13 Sept 1970
4 Baker, Russell - The New York Times , 10 Sept 1973
5 Berman, Pandro - Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 12 Aug 1968
6 Bessette, Gerald, 17 Apr 1963 - 16 June 1963
7 Black, Malcolm - The Playhouse Theatre Co., 30 Dec 1966
8 Bonura, Ruth, 30 Apr 1964 - 23 July 1964
9 Borland, Jack - Smith, Kline and French Laboratories 3-16 Jan 1968
10 Brower, Mitchell, n.d.
11 Browne, Malcolm W. - The New York Times , 3 Dec 1975
12 "Cathy" - Wasserman Productions Inc., 16 Nov 1967
13 Childors, Margaret - Spanish Refugess Aid, Inc. 10 Dec 1980 - 30 Jan 1984
14 Coghill, Joy - The Playhouse Theatre Co., 25 May 1967 - 10 Mar 1969
15 Creighton, Alan - The Canadian Forum , 13 May 1955
16 Daryl - Galanty, 8 May 1972 - 9 July 1973
17 Dausenęau, Fernaud, n.d.
18 David - Chapter III , general corresp., 11 Oct 1966 - 14 Nov 1979
19 Dobbs, Kildare - The MacMillan Co. of Canada Ltd., 15 Nov 1960 - 21 Feb 1963
20 "Donald", 21 Apr 1964
21 Ellison, Robert - The Playhouse Theatre Co., 17 Sept 1968 - 31 Oct 1968
22 Emmy Awards - Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, general corresp. & information, June 1978
23 Faris, Glenn W. - National Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Centre, 12 May 1965
24 Felton, J.A. - International Television Productions, 25 June 1974
25 Freedman, Bill - Bill Freedman Ltd., 5-17 Apr 1973
26 Freedman, Jerrold - Universal City Studios, n.d.
27 Fulford, Robert - Saturday Night, 18 Sep 1972 - 27 15 Feb 1973
28 Gagliano, Dottie - A.B.C. Entertainment, 24 Mar 1977
29 Gilbert, Edward - Manitoba Theatre Centre, 10 Sept 1965 - 18 Feb 1974
30 Gimbel, Roger - E.M.I. Television Programs, Inc., 17 Jan 1979
31 Glenn, Robert - Citadel Theatre, 11 Sept - 19 Oct 1967
32 Goldberg, Mel, 30 Sep 1964
33 Golden, Harry - The Carolina Israelite, 25 Feb 1963 - 10 June 1963
34 Goldenberg, Billy, 23 June 1976
35 Goodman, Martin - Toronto Daily Star , 6 Aug 1970 - 25 Sept 1973
36 Gotlieb, Linda - Learning Corp. of America, 1 July 1974
37 Gould, Jack - The New York Times , 6 Dec 1966 - 27 Apr 1967
38 Greene, David - David Green Productions, 13 Apr 1981
39 Gressley, Gene - The University of Wyoming, 22 May 1978 - 28 Sept 1982
40 Groberman, Jeff - Jeffrey Groberman Enterprises, 5-30 Mar 1978
41 Guss, Jack - Revue Studios, 28 Aug 1963 - 26 Feb 1964
42 Hackett, David L. - The Montrealer , 8 Nov 1957 - 20 Aug 1959
43 Hall, William N. - Garden City Books, 23 Dec 1954
44 Harvele - Twentieth Century Fox Television, 13 June 1967
45 Haultain, E. - The Ryerson Press, 28 Apr - 16 Sept 1955
46 Hayman, Julius - The Jewish Standard , 6 June 1955
47 Hecht, Harold - The Harold Hecht Corp., 3-27 Oct 1967
48 Heilpern, Steven - Revue Studios, 8-19 Aug 1963
49 Hessler, Gordon - Universal City Studios, 3 Feb - 49 4 Dec 1967
50 Hessler, Gordon - American International Prod. Ltd.
51 Hirsch, John, S. - Manitoba Theatre Centre, 28 Aug 1962 - 5 Sept 1962
52 Hirschman, Herbert - Paramount Pictures Corp., 12-23 Mar 1965
53 Hughes, Emmet John - Washington Post. Co., 12 July 1967
54 The Humanitas Prize - general corresp., 1974-78
55 Hurtig, M.G. - M.G. Hurtig Ltd., 2 June 1971
56 Irving, Jules - Universal City Studies, 3 Mar 1975
57 Isenberg, Gerald I. - The Jozak Co., 11 Aug 1976
58 Karp, Joseph D. - Coudert Brothers, 15 June 1978
59 Katz, Arthur Joel - Factor-Newland Productions, 19 Dec 1975 - 13 July 1976
60 Kaufman, Ken - Casablanca Record & Film Works, 19 Jan 1979 - 23 Feb 1979
61 Kayfetz, B.G. - Canadian Jewish Congress, 3 Apr 1959 - 12 Aug 1975

(also: Hallie Wilder, P. Cheifetz)

62 Keeley Roy W. - Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, n.d.
63 Kemp, Hugh, n.d.
64 Kinberg, Jud - Horizon Pictures, 20 June - 31 Aug 1966
65 Klenman, Norman - Galanty, 16 Mar 1972 - 23 Nov 1973
66 Laird, Jack - Revue Studios, 26 July 1963 - 7 Jan 1967
67 Lance, Paul - International Television Productions, 5 Nov 1974 - 6 Oct 1975
68 "Land Before Time" - general corresp., 29 Jan 1973 - 26 Oct 1975
69 Leonard, Herbert - International Creative Management, 10-31 May 1978
70 Lewis, Freeman - Pocket Books, Inc., 27 Dec 1954
71 Major, Leon - Neptune Theatre, 1 Oct 1965 - 21 Sept 1966
72 Margulies, Stan - Wolper Pictures, 23 Sept 1975 - 18 Feb 1976
73 McEndree, Maurice - Screen Gems Inc., 21 July - 73 17 Aug 1964
74 Mirell, Leon - Leon Mirell Productions, 31 Aug 1969 - 2 Apr 1974
75 Moore, Karen - Cypress Point Productions, 7 Mar 1979
76 Morrison, I. - W.I. Gage Ltd., 9 Apr 1962
77 National Film Board - general corresp., 19 Oct 1960 - 12 May 1977
78 Noble, Bob, 28 Sept 1967
BoxFolder
41 Radio-International - general corresp., 19 Sept 1962 - 18 Mar 1977
1 Rassbach, Elsa - Public Forum Productions, 25 Oct 1980
1 Robertson, J. - Baie d'Urfe Little Theatre, 12 Oct 1966
1 Roffman, Julian - Meridian Films Ltd., 28 July - 10 Aug 1960
1 Roth, Ron - Columbia Pictures Television, 22 Jan 1979
1 Rubin, Al - The Marriage Company, 17 Apr 1968
1 Rudolph, Louis - A.B.C. Entertainment Center, 14 Oct 1975
1 Sadlier, Michael - Seaway Prod., 22 Sept - 23 Dec 1965
1 Sahlins, Bernard - Bell & Howell Co., 8 Apr 1968
1 Schindel, Morton - Weston Woods Studios, 5 Apr 1976
1 Searls, Hank, 14 Feb 1977
1 Sedawie, Norman - Tel-Pro Entertainments, 4 Aug 1977
1 Selznick, Daniel - Monday Prod. Inc., 21 May 1979
1 Selznick, Joyce, 29 Aug 1969
1 Shapiro, Esther - A.B.C. Entertainment, 12 June 1978
1 Shayon, Robert - Saturday Review , 15 June - 27 Aug 1967
1 Shoctor, J.H. - Citadel Theatre, 14 Nov 1967
1 Shostak, Murray - Universal Productions, 22 Jan 1980
1 Siegel, Lionel E. - Universal City Studios, Inc., 20 Sept 1972 - 2 July 1976
1 Silberman, James H. - Random House Inc., 30 Mar 1971
1 Starger, Martin - Marstar, 12 Apr 1977
1 Steed, Nicholas - Quest Publ., 11 Aug - 24 Oct 1972
1 Taaffe, Gerald, n.d.
1 United College, W.C. Graham, 14 Apr 1948
1 Wade, David - The Times , 8 Feb 1968
1 Wasserman, Al, 6 Aug 1970
1 Weiss, Judy - Today Show/NBC News, 14 Nov 1974
1 Weybright, Victor - The New American Library, 28 Dec 1954 - 13 June 1955
1 Wilbur, Richard, 5 Jan 1968
1 Williams, Elmo - Twentieth Century-Fox Film, 21 July 1967 - 14 Nov 1967
1 Wolper, David - The Wolper Organ. Inc., Jan 1977
1 Woolfson, E. Sidney - Woolfson & Fromstein, 13 Apr 1970
2 Worth, Marvin - Columbia Pictures Corp., 12 Aug 1968 - 12 May 1969
3 Writers Guild of America - corresp., 27 Aug 1963 - 11 Oct 1972
4 Writers Guild of America, 20 July 1973 - 18 June 1979
5 Writers Guild of America, 10 Aug 1979 - 25 Apr 1983
6 York University - General corresp., 16 Oct 1972 - 5 Feb 1974
7 Miscellaneous business corresp., 11 May 1971 - 8 Feb 1982
Business - Literary Agents 1963-1983
Adams and Ray & Rosenberg
BoxFolder
48 Adams, Sam, 16 Sept 1963 - 15 July 1964
9 Adams, Sam/Rosenberg, Lee, 14 July - Dec 14 1964
10 Adams, Sam/Rosenberg, Lee, 15 Dec 1964 - 22 Mar 1965
11 Adams, Sam/Rosenberg, Lee, 24 June 1965 - 26 Sept 1966
12 Adams, Sam/Wunsch, Robert, 17 Mar - 30 Aug 1967
13 Adams, Sam/Wunsch, Robert/Ray, Richard, 22 Aug - Sept 28 1967
14 Adams, Sam/Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee/Wunsch, Robert, 12 Oct - 26 Dec 1967
15 Adams, Sam/Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee/Wunsch, Robert, 16 Jan 1968 - 7 May 1969
16 Adams, Sam/Wunsch, Robert, 14 May 1969 - 29 June 1970
17 Adams, Sam/ Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee, 9 Oct 1970- 30 Mar 1972
18 Adams, Sam/Ray, Richard/Sally, 1 Nov 1972 - 8 Nov 1974
19 Adams, Sam/Luciani, Tere/Newman, Stanely/Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee/Wile, Shelley, 15 Nov 1974 - 4 May 1976
20 Adams, Sam/Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee/Windham, E. Alan, 30 June 1976 - 25 Apr 1978
21 Adams, Sam/Ray, Richard/Rosenberg, Lee/Wile, Shelley, 28 Apr 1978 - 5 Sept 1980
22 Adams, Sam, 3 Aug 1981 - 12 Aug 1983
23 Ray, Richard, 17 Aug - 20 Oct 1983
Leonard Amster
BoxFolder
424 Amster, Leonard, 16 Feb 1957 - 30 Oct 1963
The Jaffe Agency, Inc.
BoxFolder
426 Bennett, John, 30 July - 22 Aug 1963
Harvey Unna Ltd. (Britain)
BoxFolder
51 Alfert, June, 9 Sept 1964 - 5 Aug 1971
2 De Barde, Marianne, 30 Aug 1971 - 26 Oct 1976
3 Froud, Nina, 9 June 1959 - 21 Nov 1962
4 Froud, Nina, 15 Jan - 31 Dec 1963
5 Froud, Nina, 22 Jan - 14 Dec 1964
6 Froud, Nina, 19 Jan - 29 Dec 1965
7 Froud, Nina, 7 Jan - 29 Nov 1966
8 Froud, Nina, 1 Feb - Apr 1967
9 Froud, Nina, 31 Dec 1968
10 Froud, Nina, 25 Mar - 17 Nov 1969
11 Froud, Nina, 27 Jan - 21 Dec 1970
12 Froud, Nina, 14 July - Dec 31 1971
13 Froud, Nina, 6 Jan - Dec 11 1972
14 Froud, Nina, 30 Apr - 5 Sept 1973
15 Froud, Nina, 18 Jan - 16 Dec 1974
16 Froud, Nina, 2 Jan - 14 Aug 1975
17 Froud, Nina, 6 Feb - Dec 1977
18 Jonckheere, Stella, 4 Nov 1963 - 5 Dec 1966
19 Jones, Jessamy Lloyd, 1 Aug 1962 - 7 Oct 1963
20 Stilgoe, Dawn, 15-22 Aug 1973
21 Wilkins, Monica, 17 April 1973 - 26 Mar 1976
22 Unna, Harvey, 26 July 1962 - 26 June 1974
Business Correspondence - Radios & Television Corporations
The British Broadcasting Corporation
BoxFolder
523 Brook, Brian, 25 Feb 1964
24 Fortuin, H.B., 9 Nov 1962 - 19 Mar 1964
25 Luke, Peter, 14 Nov 1963 - 8 May 1964
26 Newman, Sydney, 26 Mar 1963 - 9 Oct 1967
27 Shubik, Irene, 18 Dec 1963 - 3 June 1964
28 Tilsley, Vincent, 20-27 Sept 1963
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
BoxFolder
529 Allen, Robert, 11 Apr 1961 - 6 Oct 1966
30 Babineau, Gordon, 9 Sept 1955
31 Boileau, Raymond, 24 Oct 1963
32 Bryden, R.S., 25 Jan 1963
33 Carrier, Louis George, 23 Mar - 21 Sept 1965
34 Davidson, Anne, 12 June - 28 Sept 1961
35 Devlin, E.W., 23 Mar 1961 - Nov 11 1966
36 Donkin, Peter, 8 Apr 1965 - Nov 14 1966
37 Duke, Daryl, 28 Feb 1963
38 Fletcher, Susan, 15 July 1960
39 Frick, Alice, 28 Dec 1954 - 21 Jan 1957
40 Gardner, David, 20 Nov 1963
41 Gauntle, Doris (nee Barry), 2 June 1955 - 7 Oct 1961
42 Gauntlett, Hugh, 8 Feb 1957 - Sept 24, 1958
43 Graham, Rosemary, 23-28 Sept 1955
44 Henderson, Jim, 20 Feb 1961 - 26 Mar 1962
45 Hiller, Arthur, 22 July 1955
46 Hobday, John, 11 Jan 1961 - 19 June 1963
47 Houck, Gladys, 15 May 1963 - 15 Sept 1966
48 Jonas, George, 17 Jan 1967 - 11 Jan 11 1979
49 Jessup, R.G., 1 Feb 1963
50 Kristjanson, G., 19 Feb 1963 - 5 Mar 1965
51 Lalor, Frank R., 14 Sept 1954
52 Lyons, Donna Lee, 10 Sept 1962 - 14 May 1963
53 MacFadyen, Hector, 6 Nov 1956 - 21 Mar 1958
54 MacLeod, John, 24 Jan 1963 - 22 May 1964
55 McCormack, Robert, 16 Sept 1955
56 Mosner, Edi, 18 Oct 1963 - 12 Aug 1965
57 Murray, Janice, 16 Jan 1978
58 Orchard, Robert, 19 Jan - 6 Apr 1961
59 Peddie, David, 22 June 1961 - 24 Apr 1963
60 Reed, Helga, 16 Apr 1975 - 5 Aug 1976
61 Reeves, John, 6 May 1963 - 26 June 1978
62 Ross, A.N., 2 May 1966 - 17 Feb 1967
63 Sackrison, B.G., 6 Feb 1963
64 Salmon, Hugh, 31 Oct 1963 - 23 Sept 1966
65 Salverson, George, 30 Nov 1956 - 11 June 1958
66 Spencer, Michael, 19 Feb 1970
67 Steinhouse, Herbert, 7 June 1961
68 Wagstaff, Bob, 16 July 1963 - 21 Aug 1964
69 Weaver, Robert, 2 Dec 1954 - 4 Sept 1964
70 Wilson, A.W., 8 Mar - 18 Nov 1963
71 Misc. CBC correspondence, n.d.
Business Correspondence - Publishers
BoxFolder
572 Addison-Wesley Publ. Co., 13 Nov 1968 - 21 May 1969
73 Antheneum Publ., 12 Dec 1974 - 23 July 1975
74 Ballentine Books, 31 Jan - 28 Apr 1975
75 The Book Society of Canada, 24 Nov 1967
76 The Canada Council, 23 Apr 1968
77 Copp Clark Publ., 2 Jan - 27 June 1974
78 Harper & Row Publ., 28 Dec 1970
79 Holt, Rinehart & Winston, n.d.
80 M.G. Hurtig Publ., 11 May - 10 June 1975
81 The Institute of Applied Art, 24 May - 25 Sept 1968
82 Johnstone Shipping, 15 July - 1 Dec 1970
83 McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 23 May 1967 - 16 Dec 1975
84 McGill University Press, 1 Mar 1968
85 Newspress, 4 Dec 1972 - 16 Jan 1973
86 Oxford University Press, 4 Feb 1964
Business Correspondence - Government Correspondence
BoxFolder
61 Government Corresp. - General, 12 June 1963 - 20 May 1982

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Financial Records 1957-1983
Production Contracts, A - Y
BoxFolder
62 A

Adams, Ray & Rosenberg, 30 Oct 1963 - 8 Aug 1983

"The Age of the Buffalo", 5 Oct 1961

"All in a Good Cause", 25 May 1965

"The Anatomy of Groups", 18 July 1961

3 B

"The Bailiff Yearney", 11 June 1957 - 26 Feb 1968 3

"Baldwin" (Historical Series), 14 Dec 1959

"Beautiful, Deep and Fine", 20 Feb 1958 - 1 Mar 1961

"The Bicycle", 7 June 1957 - 1 Oct 1958

"The Big Deal", 16 Dec 1960 - 1 Sept 1967

"The Big Move", 4 June 1963

"The Bleeding Heart of Samuel Bernstein", 5 Apr 1965

"Business of Farming", n.d.

4 C

"Canada's Special Economic Problems and Problems of Prairie Economy", 5 June 1962 - 3 Jan 1963

"Canada's Own Wesley Wheatfield", 29 Jan 1957 - 21 Feb 1961

"Children's Programme", 16 Jan 1958

"Come on to My House", 13 Nov 1957 - 24 June 1958

"Coroner" series (Wojeck), 21-22 Feb 1966

"A Covenant With Death", 9 May 1966

"Crime and Punishment", 23 July - 15 Oct 1959

"The Criminal", 8 Aug 1966

"Crucifixion of Jesus Christ", 8 Jan 1960

5 D

"David Chapters II and III", 3 Aug 1961 - 7 Nov 1967

"David Thompson, The Great Map Maker" (historical series), 17 June 1964

"Dearly Beloved", 15 Sept 1966

"Dispute of Long Standing", 5 Aug 1958 - Jan 1960

"Do Not Go Gentle", 18 May 1971 - 25 July 1972

"Doomed Damsels of Dismal Valley", 31 July 1958

"Drama Festival", 11 Dec 1958

"The Drylanders", 11 May 1961 - 10 June 1964

6 E

"Eastside, Westside", 27 May 1957

"The Egghead Approach", 13 Nov 1957 - 17 Dec 1958

"The Equalizer", 15 June 1958 - 16 Sept 1964

"Etcetera", 5 Apr 1957 - 10 Aug 1959

"The Exchange Teacher", 26 May 1961 - 29 June 1967

7 F

"The Flipside", 18 Aug 1961 - 20 Aug 1963

"Follow The Leader", 27 Apr 1961

"The Fourth Man", 3 Mar 1964

"The Fund Raisers", 4 Jan - 3 Oct 1968

8 G

"Genesis in Ice" (alias "Land Before Time"), 28 Nov 1966 - 13 Jan 1970

"Geography Lesson", 12 July 1963

"George Etienne Cartier" (historical series), 16 July 1959 - 8 June 1960

"The Girl That I Marry", 16 Aug - 21 Oct 1957

"Girls in their Summer Dresses", 8 Aug 1966

"The Golden Gate", 13 Nov 1962 - 14 Apr 1964

"The Golden Handshake", 16 Apr 1971 - 26 June 1975

"Good Friday", 17 Feb 1960

"The Great Lake Erie Float", 17-21 Sept 1956

9 H

"Hair is in the Eye of the Beholder", 25 May 1959 - 9 12 Aug 1963

"Helicopter View of Canada", 25 May 1962

"History of the Royal Canadian Navy", 15 Mar 1960

"Holy Acrimony", 25 Sept 1958

"The Hostage", 27 Feb - 28 Nov 1958

"How Crossaway Betrayed His Friend", 29 Apr 1958

"Hudson" (historical series), 12 Oct 1961 - 15 May 1963

10 I

"Impulse", 29 Aug - 26 Sept 1960

"The Inheritors", 28 Nov 1963

11 J

"Joker in the Pack", 14 Nov - 18 Dec 1957

12 K

"The Kidnap", 2 Sept 1958

"Kirkland Lake", 28 May 1963

13 L

"Lafontaine" (historical series), 14 Dec 1959

"The Land Before Time", 1 Apr 1968 - 16 May 1975

"Leadership 5 - What is Leadership", 17 July 1958

"The Legacy", 10 June - 5 Dec 1966

"Les Brules", 28 Feb 1962

"Life Insurance", 4 July 1957

"The Lonely One", 26 Aug 1963

"Lord Elgin" (historical series), 24 Sept 1958

"The Luck of Ginger Coffey", 8 Dec 1960 - 6 June 1962

14 M

"Man on the Quaker Oats Box", 5 Jan 1967

"The Man Who Kept a Hungry Alligator", 9 Aug 1961

"Mateo Falcone", 15 Mar 1955 - 27 Oct 1958

"The Maze", 13 Aug 1963 - 6 Dec 1968

"M.C.A. Artists" (contracts/corresp./different plays - U.S. market), 29 Nov 1958 - 17 Aug 1959

"Memo to My Life", 23 Dec 1970

"The Midas Compulsion", 8 Mar 1972

"Moment of Decision", 27 May - 19 Dec 1958

"Mona Lisa", 28 Oct 1959 - 24 Jan 1962

15 N

"Nahum Birman - Bootlegger", 1 Sept 1959

"Nature of Groups", 9 Aug 1960 - 4 July 1961

"The Night I Killed George Small", 2 Sept 1958 - 23 Oct 1963

"Not For Every Eye", 18 Mar 1963 - 1 Nov 1967

"Nothin Personal", 19 Sept 1958

16 O

"The Old Goat", 3 May - 2 June 1961; 19 Oct 1959; 13 Sept 1961 - 19 Dec 1963

17 P

"Pastorale", 26 June 1956 - 1 May 1959

"Paul Loves Libby", 3 Oct 1962

"The Plague Area", 9 Apr 1970 - 8 July 1975

"The Poachers", 28 Nov 1963

"The Pregnant Girl Thing", 29 Aug 1967

"Prejudice" Project 4 & 5, 24 Nov - 4 Dec 1959

18 Q

"Question of Fact", 11 May 1962

"A Question of Identity", 6 Sept 1970

19 R

"Rawhide", 23 Apr 1965

"The Replacement Teacher", 6 June 1961

"The Runaway Wife", 29 Dec 1971 - 13 Jan 1972

20 S

"Scapegoat", 27 June 1960

"Seniority Versus Ability", 2 Nov 1966

"Sibling Rivalry in the Family", 3 Aug 1962

"Sir Guy Carleton" (historical series), 11 May 1964 - 5 Mar 1965

"The Sleeper Awakes", 4 May 1971

"South Saskatchewan Dam", 20 Apr 1959

"Strong Man on Parliament Hill", 17 Apr 1957

"Struck by Lightning", Nov 1958

21 T

"Teeter Totter", Oct 1958

"The Telephone Rings For Bertha Schrumm", 4 Apr 1957 - 19 June 1961

"This Will Do Nicely", 3 Apr 1958 - 15 Apr 1970

"Thompson" (historical series), 18 May 1962

"Trio", 22 Aug 1958 - 27 Apr 1967

"The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B." (includes CBC research report), 27 Feb - 21 Dec 1967

"Twentieth Century Duel", 7 Apr 1964 - 12 Aug 1969

"The Two Heroines of Plumplington", 30 Sept 1958

22 W

"Wasp", 3 June 1963

"The Well", 24 Aug 1960

"Wen Jack" (includes corresp.), 14 Aug 1967 - 15 Jan 1968

"When the Bough Breaks", 27 Jan 1958

"Witness to Murder", 29 Aug 1960

23 Two or More Plays in the Same Contracts

"The Equalizer" and "Dispute of Long Standing", 13 Oct 1959

"The Hostage" and "The Plague Area", 21 Jan 1971

"The Ice Creme Incident", "The Flipside" and "Hair is in the Eye of the Beholder", 4 Dec 1962 - 4 Feb 1963

"Man on the Quaker Oats Box", "Trio" and "The Plague Area", 18 Mar - 1 May 1968

"Study in Hostility", "Ambivalence" and "Loneliness", 24 Mar 1958

24 Misc. contracts, Dec 1958 - 13 Apr 1971
25 Money Book - "Another Part of the Forest", corresp., program, Nov 1957
26 U.S. Fee payment (corresp.), 1972-77
27 Writers Guild of American Pension/Health Plan (corresp.), 1973-77

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Publicity 1961-1976
Reviews
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628 "The Big Deal", 23-31 Jan 1961
29 "Dark Victory", 4-5 Feb 1976
30 "Drylanders", 8 Nov 1963 - 3 Feb 1964
31 "David - Chapter II" (and corresp.), 7 Dec 1962 - 6 June 1963
32 "David - Chapter III", 1 Oct - 11 Dec 1966
33 "The Exchange Teacher", Dec 1961
34 "Flipside", 24 Jan - 6 Nov 1963
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71 "The History Series" - National Film Board, 19 Apr - 24 May 1961
2 "The Golden Handshake", 10 Apr - 22 Nov 1971
3 "Hostage", n.d.
4 "Land Before Time", 21 June 1969 - 7 Aug 1974
5 "The Luck of Ginger Coffey", 20 June - 5 July 1961
6 "The Member From Trois Rivieres", 20 Nov 1967
7 "Not For Every Eye", 14 Oct 1963 - 14 May 1964
8 "The Origin of the Species", 29-31 Mar 1962
9 "A Question of Fact", 10 Nov 1962
10 "Roots", 21-27 June 1976
11 "Senior Year", 20 Aug - 11 Nov 1974
12 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 21 Apr - 4 May 1967

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Early Literary Endeavours 1955-1975; n.d.
Articles
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713 "Caplan and the O'Neils" - The Montrealer (article on Theatre), Apr 1959,

2 pp.

14 "Doctors Are No Worse Than the Rest of Us" - original handwritten draft, newspaper, corresp., 17 Mar - 20 July 1972
15 "Foreign Film Theatre" - original handwritten, n.d.
16 "In Passionate Pursuit of the Canadian Beaver" - typescript draft, corresp., 31 Oct 1972
17 "The Prime Time of the Unemployed" - original draft, typescript draft, n.d.
18 Reviews, Articles, Misc., Mar 1958 - July 1975
19 "Trudeau--The World's Only Perfect Prime Minister" - original handwritten draft, newspaper articles, 15-19 May 1971
20 "The War Measures Act" - original handwritten draft, n.d.
Book-Length Manuscript
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721 "Today I Am a Man" - typescript draft, n.d.
22 "Today I Am a Man" - excerpt and revisions, n.d.
Outlines
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723 "Country Boy" - full-length ballet, n.d.
24 Television/Feature Films

"Agnes Turnbull", n.d.

"The Bookmark", n.d.

"The Conversation Piece", n.d.

"Dearly Beloved, We Are Gathered Here Today", n.d.

"The Fun House", 12 June 1967

"The Marriage Game", n.d.

"The Story of Johnny Bluebird", 10 Nov 1967

Plays
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725 "The Story of Johnny Bluebird", 10 Nov 1967
25 "The Member from Trois-Rivieres", National Bicentenary of Canadian Jewry, 1959
Poetry
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726 Dinner for Five for Two , n.d.
26 A Fishing We Will Go, n.d.
26 Back at the Orange Julep , n.d.
27 Letting Go , n.d.
27 Invoking Your Name in Order to Live in Eternity's Sunrise , n.d.
Skit
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727 The Health Issue in Canadian Politics , by Cohen and C.J. Newman, n.d.,

19 pp

Short Stories
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728 Children's Stories, (not all by Cohen) n.d.

Brandon Sneezle and the Terrifying Thing by Stanley Lunan , n.d.

Christopher Crocodile in America , n.d.

The Easter Bunny Tale , n.d.

The Story of the Four Rabbits , n.d.

The Little Boy Who Didn't Like His Mother or His Father , n.d.

The Story of Little Princess Nina , n.d.

The Man Who Kept A Hungry Alligator , n.d.

Martin and the Incredible Machine by Stanley Lunan , n.d.

The Sad Tale of Heather and the Piggans by Stanley Lunan , n.d.

The Three Little Piglets , n.d.

29 Other n.d.

Conversation on St. Catherine West , n.d.

Hair is in the Eye of the Beholder , revised, 24 pp, n.d.

How Literary was My Society , n.d.

My Worst Enemy and My Best Friend , n.d.

Now You See Her... , n.d.

Your Memory Ever Green , n.d.

Thesis
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730 A Study Concerning the Status, Participation and Attitudes of 150 Participants in the Adult Program of the YM-YWHA, Toronto , 1955

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Play & Screen-Writing for Radio, Television and Movie, 1932-1984; n.d.
National Film Board Productions and Series 1958-1966; n.d.
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81 "Age of the Buffalo", script, shot list, 24 Apr 1962 - 11 Dec 1963,

14 pp

2 "The Business of Farming", by MCC and Evelyne Cherry, produced by Peter Jones, directed by Larry Gosnell, script, 15 Aug 1960,

20 pp

3 "Confederation of Contrast" - A View of Canada, typescript, first draft, 19 Nov 1962
4 "The Criminal", by MCC and Robin Spry, produced by John Kemeny, directed by George Kaczender, script, character outlines, outlines, 6 Dec 1966
5 "The Dominion Drama Festival", by MCC and George Bloomfield, script, typed, 6 Jan - 26 Mar 1959
6 "The Drylanders", produced by Peter Jones, 2 scripts, 93 pp/38 pp, 27 June 1961
History Series
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87 "The Great Map Maker" (The Story of David Thompson), 30 min. TV script, 11 July 1962,

38 pp,

8 "The Great Map Maker" (The Story of David Thompson), 30 min. TV script, 38 pp, notes on pages, 11 July 1962
9 "The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson", 30 min. script, 26 Apr 1962,

28 pp

10 "The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson", produced by 10 Richard Gilbert, 30 min. script, 5 June 1963,

22 pp

11 "The Lion of Quebec, Georges Etienne Cartier", third draft, 28 Nov 1960,

30 pp

12 "The Lion of Quebec", Cartier script, revised and final script, 31 July 1961,

25 pp

13 "Lord Elgin and the Rebellion Losses Bill", 30 min. script, 47 pp, covered script (notes made), n.d.
14 "The Reluctant Politician", based on the play "The Patriots" by Eric Cross, teleplay by MCC, script, 41 pp, notes included, n.d.
15 "Sir Guy Carleton, The Father of British Canada", 30 min. film script of TV, produced by Richard Gilbert, shooting script, 20 Apr 1965,

22 pp

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816 The History Makers - "Voice of the People - Lord Elgin", 30 min TV script, produced by Tom Farley, exec. producer Peter Jones, covered script, 14 Nov 1958,

29 pp

17 The History Makers - "Voice of the People - Lord Elgin" 30 min. TV film, produced by Tom Farley, exec. producer Guy Glover, covered script, revised, 1 Jan 1959,

27 pp

18 "How Do You Vote" - "The Behaviour of People in Groups", first draft, 5 Oct 1962,

7 pp

Post Office Series
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819 Post Office and the Family - "The Broken Chain", English adaptation by MCC, script, 9 July 1961,

15 pp

20 Post Office and the Business Man - "The Partner", English adaptation by MCC, script, 7 July 1961,

18 pp

Prejudice Series
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821 "Names Can Break Your Bones", draft script, film #5, 29 pp and revision, n.d.
22 "Names Can Break Your Bones", script, 30 min. script, revisions, n.d.,

24 pp

23 "Names Can Break Your Bones", 30 min., script, exec. producer Peter Jones, 11 Jan 1961,

24 pp

24 "Portrait of the Victim", 30 min., script, n.d.,

18 pp

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825 Royal Canadian Navy History Film, commentary by MCC, script, typed, 28 Mar 1960
26 "Sibling Rivalry", script, n.d.,

18 pp

27 "Winter Fever", a short film on curling, first & 27 second draft scripts, 9 pp/11 pp, n.d.
CBC Radio Plays 1955-1969; n.d.
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91 "The Angry Young Woman", script, 30 min., n.d.
2 "The Bailiff Yerney", Midweek Theatre, produced and directed by Anthony N. Ross, script,

39 pp

3 "The Bailiff Yerney", Summer Stage, script, 6 Jan 1959,

38 pp

4 "The Bailiff Yerney", revision, pp #10-38, n.d.
5 "Beautiful, Deep and Fine", Vancouver Theatre, 5 TransCanada Network, produced by Jim Henderson, script, (*Also known as "The Egghead Approach"), 17 Apr 1961,

20 pp

6 "The Big Deal", produced and directed by Tony Ross, script, Midweek Theatre, 21 Sept 1966,

44 pp

7 "The Big Deal", Summer Stage, script, produced 7 R. Caplan-C.B.C., n.d.,

53 pp

8 "Canada's Own Wesley Wheatfield" by MCC and George 9 8 Bloomfield, script, produced by John Hobday, Halifax Theatre, 9 Mar 1961,

28 pp

9 "Crime Against Society", script, produced by 9 Rupert Caplan, 21 Nov 1957,

31 pp

10 "David Chapter II", original handwritten script, n.d.,

52 pp

11 "David Chapter II", typed script, n.d.,

71 pp

12 "A Dispute of Long Standing", produced by R. Caplan, 12 scripts, 21 July 1958,

26 pp.

13 "A Dispute of Long Standing", Midsummer Theatre, producer Ken Davey, script, 15 Aug 1958,

42 pp

14 "The Doomed Damsels of Dismal Valley, script,

26 pp

15 "Eastside Westside", script, n.d.,

21 pp

16 "The Equalizer", produced by R. Caplan, script, July 1958,

25 pp

17 "The Equalizer, produced by R. Caplan, script, Montreal 17 Playhouse, 18 Nov 1963,

24 pp

18 "Etcetera", adapted from the TV play, script, 15 pp 18 plus handwritten revisions, 4 pp, incomplete
19 "The Exchange Teacher" (also TV play), An original 1 hour play for radio, original typed script,

55 pp

20 "The Exchange Teacher", Summer Stage, produced by R. 20 Caplan, CBC, script, 6 June 1961,

63 pp

21 "The Exchange Teacher", produced by E.W. Ljungh, Summer Stage, CBC, National, script 25 June 1967,

56 pp

22 "Expresso Bongo", half hour play for radio, adapted 22 from the short story by Wolf Mankowitz, script, n.d.,

25 pp

23 "The Flipside", original handwritten script, n.d.,

53 pp

24 "The Flipside, typed script, 17 Jan 1963,

36 pp

25 "The Fourth Man", adapted by MCC, Author John Russell, 25 Vancouver Theatre, produced by Raymond Whitehouse, script (rough condition) 28 Oct 1955,

23 pp

26 "The Fourth Man", adapted by MCC, produced by Earl 26 Pennington, CBC, script, 6 Feb 1964,

23 pp

27 "The Geography Lesson", script, CBC Toronto, 5 Aug 1963,

21 pp

28 "The Great Lake Erie Float", Vancouver Theatre, produced by Raymond Whitehouse, script, 5 Oct 1956,

23 pp

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101 "Hair is in the Eye of the Beholder", script, half hour play, 5 pp, (rough condition)
2 "Hair is in the Eye of the Beholder", produced by E. 2 Pennington, CBC, script, n.d.,

20 pp

3 "Holy Acrimony", produced by R. Caplan, covered script, 14 Aug 1958,

26 pp

4 "How Crossaway Betrayed His Friend", adapted by MCC, covered script, 21 Apr 1958,

30 pp

5 "In the Mesh" by Jean Paul Satre, adapted for radio by MCC, covered script, n.d.,

42 pp

6 "Joker in the Pack", photocopy of script, n.d.,

35 pp

7 "Knock", photocopy of script, n.d.,

17 pp

8 "The Land Before Time (or Genesis in Ice) - 11 Eskimo Legends", original handwritten script (radio?), producer Earl Pennington, CBC, 17 Jan 1968
9 "The Lonely One", Summer Fallow, CBC Toronto, script, 19 Aug 1963,

26 pp

10 "Mateo Falcone", adaptation of a short story by Prosper 10 Merimee, notes and revisions included, script (rough condition), 19 pp, 2nd script 17 pp then notes, n.d.
11 "The Maze", original handwritten script, n.d.,

53 pp

12 "The Maze", typed script, notes, n.d.,

62 pp

13 "The Maze", Summer Stage, script, produced by Earl 13 Pennington, 14 Sept 1969,

73 pp

14 "The Moment of Decision", 30 min. play adapted by MCC 14 from the short story by Stanley Ellin, covered script, n.d.,

35 pp

15 "Mona Lisa", adapted from a short story by A. Lernet- 15 Holenia, produced by R. Caplan, Drama in Sound, script, notes, 20 Oct 1959,

28 pp

16 "Mona Lisa", adapted from a short story by A. Lernet- 16 Holenia, Vancouver Theatre, script, 9 Mar 1962,

25 pp

17 "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell, 17 adapted for Radio by MCC, script, n.d.,

19 pp

18 "Mr. Wonderful", written especially for Cross-Section 18 by MCC, covered script, 10 Apr 1958,

31 pp

19 "Nahum Birman--Bootlegger", Drama in Sound, 30 min. 19 play, produced by R. Caplan, script, 2 Sept 1959,

22 pp

20 "The Night I Killed George Small", produced by R. 20 Caplan, covered script, 7 Aug 1958,

27 pp

21 "The Night I Killed George Small", produced by Jim Henderson, Vancouver Theatre, script, 1 May 1961,

28 pp

22 "The Night I Killed George Small", produced by R. Caplan, Montreal Playhouse, CBC, script 21 Oct 1963,

27 pp

23 "Not For Every Eye", adapted by MCC from the novel by Gérard Bessette, script, original typed copy,

58 pp

24 "Not For Every Eye", adapted by MCC from the novel by Gérard Bessette, produced by Earl Pennington, script, 2 Nov 1967,

67 pp

25 "The Old Goat", 30 min. play, original typed script, n.d.,

34 pp

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111 "The Old Goat", produced by R. Caplan, Drama in 11 1 Sound, script, 7 June 1961,

29 pp

2 "The Old Switcheroo", produced by G. Kristjanson, Prairie Playhouse, script, n.d.,

24 pp

3 "The Origin of the Species", produced by R. Caplan, 3 script, n.d.,

51 pp

4 "The Origin of the Species", produced by R. Caplan, 4 script, n.d.,

59 pp

5 "Please Don't Wake the Baby", script, n.d.,

10 pp

6 "Sam Small's Better Half", adapted by MCC, script, n.d.,

18 pp

7 "Sir Deke", script, n.d.,

15 pp

8 "Sponono", adapted by MCC, script, n.d.,

27 pp

9 "Strong Man on Parliament Hill", by MCC and Martin 9 Lavut, script, n.d.,

19 pp

10 "This Will Do Nicely", script, revisions, 30 June 1958,

42 pp

11 "This Will Do Nicely", produced by Raymond Whitehouse, script, revisions, 24 Nov 1958,

27 pp

12 "This Will Do Nicely", Vancouver Theatre, script, 16 Jan 1961,

26 pp

13 "Today I am a Man", script, n.d.,

24 pp

14 "Trio", script, 14 Aug 1958,

29 pp

15 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original handwritten script, 15 Apr 1967,

72 pp

16 "Twentieth Century Deal", adapted by MCC, produced by Earl Pennington, script, 3 Jan 1964,

25 pp

17 "The Two Heroines of Plumpington", adapted by MCC, 17 script, n.d.,

42 pp

18 "Virus", script, n.d.,

17 pp

19 "When the Bough Breaks", adapted by MCC, produced by Raymond Whitehouse, Vancouver Theatre, script, 21 Apr 1958,

31 pp

20 "When the Bough Breaks", adapted by MCC, script, n.d.,

21 pp

21 Miscellaneous, no name, script, n.d.,

38 pp

CBC Television Plays 1957-1974; n.d.
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121 "Beautiful, Deep and Fine" (known also as "The Egghead Approach"), 30 min TV play, covered script, n.d.,

22 pp

2 "The Bicycle", adapted by MCC, script, revisions, n.d.,

23 pp

3 "The Big Deal", Summer Stage, radio play changed to TV script, produced by R. Caplan, n.d.,

53 pp

4 "The Big Deal", G.M. Presents, produced by Paul Almond, supv. prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, script, telecast date 22 Jan 1961,

82 pp

5 "The Big Deal", G.M. Presents, produced by George McCowan, supv. prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, script, telecast date (*televised CBC-TV drama records) 12 Feb 1961,

82 pp

6 "Canada's Own Wesley Wheatfield", by MCC and George Bloomfield, script, n.d.,

27 pp

7 "Come on to My House", Shoestring Theatre, produced by Guy Beaulrie, script, 16 Dec 1959,

52 pp

8 "David - Story and Screen play", original handwritten, scribblers, 1st pp 1-38, 2nd pp 39-74, n.d.
9 "David-Chapter II", original handwritten story, n.d.
10 "David-Chapter II", original handwritten story, misc., n.d.
11 "David-Chapter II - Goodness Gracious! What's a Boy Going To Do?", three act play for television, original typed copy, 146 pp (incomplete), n.d.
12 "David-Chapter II - Goodness Gracious! What's a Boy Going To Do?", revision, handwritten, accompanied, story, 9 pp (rough condition), n.d.
13 "David-Chapter II - It Feels So Good When I Stop", 90 min. play for T.V., typed script, 105 pp (rough condition), n.d.
14 "David-Chapter II - It Feels So Good When I Stop", revisions, pp 83-98
15 "David-Chapter II", produced by Harvey Hart, exec. prod. Robert Allen, Festival, TV script, 18 Sept 1962,

99 pp

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131 "David-Chapter III", 90 min. play of TV, original handwritten, 4 scribblers, #1 pp 1-18, #2 pp 19-39 #3 pp 40-55, #4 pp 56-64, n.d.
2 "David-Chapter III", 90 min. play for TV, original handwritten, 2 scribblers, #1 pp 65-85, #2 pp 86-106, n.d.
3 "David-Chapter III - Early Beginnings of Thinks", notes on characters and background, 17 pp (rough condition), n.d.
4 "David-Chapter III - On a Man Who Had it Made andCan't Stand It", typed notes #1, April (no year),

14 pp

5 "David-Chapter III", typed notes #2 & 3 - 13 Apr, 1 pp 5 notes #3, 2 pp, 17 Apr
6 "David-Chapter III", property of David Three Productions-Beverly Hills, CA, an original screenplay, covered script, master copy, revisions, 105 pp, handwritten photocopy (pp 24-34)
7 "David-Chapter III", property of Hart Productions- Los Angeles, CA, an original screenplay, first draft, covered script, n.d.,

121 pp

8 "David-Chapter III", property of Hart Productions- Los Angeles, CA, an original screenplay, first draft, covered script, revisions, n.d.,

121 pp

9 "David-Chapter III", 90 min. T.V. play, original typed copy, n.d.,

128 pp

10 "David-Chapter III", 90 min. T.V. play, photocopy of original typed copy, revision, n.d.,

128 pp

11 "David-Chapter III", produced by Harvey Hart, supv. prod. Robert Allen, Festival, TV script, revisions pp 20a-b-c 21 Apr 1966,

85 pp

12 "David-Chapter III", produced by Harvey Hart, supv. prod. Robert Allen, Festival, revised TV script, 21 Apr 1966,

85 pp

13 "David-Chapter III", produced by Harvey Hart, supv. prod. Robert Allen, Festival, corrected script, 21 Apr 1966,

85 pp

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141 "David-Chapter III', Festival, revised TV script, photocopy, n.d.,

98 pp

2 "Do Not Go Gentle", Corwin Series, CBC one houroriginal drama for TV, original handwritten, first draft, notes and revisions, 3 scribblers, 1st pp #1-23, 2nd pp #24-39, 3rd #40-64, 1 Oct 1970
3 "Do Not Go Gentle", Corwin Series, CBC one houroriginal drama for TV, covered typed script, first draft, 30 Sept 1970,

103 pp

4 "The Egghead Approach" (also known as "Beautiful, Fine and Deep"), On Camera, produced by Charles Jarrott, supv, prod. Sydney Newman, covered script, 9 Dec 1957,

38 pp

5 "The Equalizer", produced by Ken Davey, A MidsummerTheatre, covered script, 25 July 1958,

46 pp

6 "Etcetera", produced by H. Hinshelwood, dir. by G. Bloomfield, Guest Stage, covered script, n.d.,

31 pp

7 "Etcetera", photocopy of script, revisions, n.d.,

24 pp

8 "The Exchange Teacher", produced by Melwyn Breen,supr. prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, script, 22 Oct 1961,

81 pp

9 "The Exchange Teacher", produced by Melwyn Breen, supv.prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, script 81 pp, (difference format) 22 Oct 1961
10 "The Flipside", Quest, produced by Harvey Hart, exec. prod. Daryl Duke, script 44 pp, (rough condition) 28 Sep 1963
11 "The Flipside", 30 min. play for TV, revised script typed/handwritten, (rough condition) n.d.,

44 pp

12 "The Flipside", 30 min. play for TV, original typedcopy, n.d.,

39 pp

13 "Follow the Leader", original one hour play for TV, some revisions, n.d.,

57 pp

14 "The Funhouse", an outline for a screenplay, presented by Harvey Hart, 12 June 1967,

6 pp

15 "The Golden Handshake", a one hour film for TV,produced by Ronald Weyman, first draft, photocopy of handwritten original, revisions, plus original typed "memo" on character, 1 Feb 1970,

80 pp

16 "The Golden Handshake", a one hour film for T.V.,"The Golden Handshake", a one hour film for T.V., of handwritten original, revisions, Feb 1971,

61 pp

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151 "The Golden Handshake", producer & directed by RonWeyman, exec. prod. Ron Weyman, TV script, shooting dates 15-26 Mar 1971,

103 pp

2 "The Hostage", photocopy of typed copy of script, n.d.,

70 pp

3 "The Hostage", revised, typed copy of script, incl.handwritten notes and corresp., corresp. with CBC, 5 July 1958,

70 pp+

4 "The Hostage", (Folio), an original one hour play for TV, covered script, n.d.,

73 pp

5 "The Hostage", (C.B.C. Folio), one hour play for TV, produced by Harvey Hart, covered script, (rough condition) n.d.,

67 pp.

6 "Huggins' Hobby", screenplay, plot outline included, 27 pp, n.d.,

3 pp

7 "Huggins' Hobby", screenplay script, plot outline included, (rough condition) n.d.
8 "Impulse", produced by Ron Weyman, supv. prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Raymond Whitehouse, TV script, telecast 21 Nov 1960,

31 pp

9 "The Kidnap" by Joseph Papaleo, adapted for TV by MCC, covered script, n.d.,

33 pp

10 "Land Before Time", original handwritten first draft, 2 scribblers, n.d.,

40 pp

11 "Life Insurance" by Robert Choquette, adapted for TV by MCC, script, n.d.,

45 pp

12 "Life Insurance" by Robert Choquette, adapted for TV by MCC, produced by Kenneth Davy, script, 13 June 1957,

41 pp

13 "The Luck of Ginger Coffey" by Brian Moore, adapted for TV by MCC, revised script, n.d.,

99 pp

14 "The Luck of Ginger Coffey" by Brian Moore, adapted for TV by MCC, first draft, TV script, n.d.,

110 pp

15 "The Luck of Ginger Coffey" by Brian Moore, adapted for TV by MCC, second draft, TV script, n.d.,

98 pp

16 "Mateo Falcone", adapted from Propser Merimee (Playbill), produced by Guy Beaulne, covered script, 2 Oct 1958,

36 pp

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161 "The Maze", one hour original play for TV, covered script, n.d.,

67 pp

2 "The Moment of Decision", adapted from a short story by Stanley Ellin, 30 min. play for TV, covered script, n.d.,

39 pp

3 "The Moment of Decision", adapted from a short story by Stanley Ellin, (The Unforeseen), produced by Andrew Allan, exec. prod. Peter Francis, TV script, covered script, 15 Jan 1959,

37 pp

4 "The Night I Killed George Small", Shoestring Theatre, produced by Jacques Gauthier, script, (rough condition) 6 Nov 1959,

70 pp

5 "Not for Every Eye" by George Bessett, adapted for TV by MCC, produced George McCowan, supv. prod. Robert Allen, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, script, 24 May 1963,

70 pp

6 "Not for Every Eye" by George Bessette, adapted for T.V. by MCC, produced by George McCowan, supv. prod. Robert Allen, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, revised script, (rough condition) 24 May 1963,

70 pp

7 "Nothin Personal", On Camera, produced by Leo Orenstein, script, 9 Sept 1957,

43 pp

8 "Nothin Personal", On Camera, script, pp 24-29, n.d.,

6 pp

9 "The Old Goat", 30 min. original TV play, typed copy, script, n.d.,

28 pp

10 "The Origin of the Species", produced by George McCowan, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, TV script, 1 Mar 1962,

85 pp

11 "Pastorale", script, n.d.,

18 pp

12 "Pastorale", revised script, (rough condition) n.d.,

19 pp

13 "Pastorale", Unforeseen, exec. prod. Peter Francis, n.d.,

43 pp

14 "Paul Loves Libby" by Philip Roth, adapted for TV by MCC, script, n.d.,

33 pp

15 "The People Helper", original handwritten script, n.d.,

5 pp

16 "The Pregnant Girl Thing", 90 min. play for TV, outline, n.d.,

10 pp

17 "Question of Fact" by Wynard Brown, adapted by MCC, produced by Leo Orenstein, supv. prod. Robert Allen, exec. prod. Ed Mosner, corrected TV script, 22 June 1962,

88 pp

18 "Revival Night", produced by Rupert Caplan, script, 14 Nov 1957,

29 pp

19 "Rescue", outline, original handwritten and typed, revision, July 1974,

31 pp

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171 "The Serious Type", 30 min. play for TV (also known as "Come to My House"), script, (rough condition) n.d.,

29 pp

2 "The Shining Hour of Mr. Trout", one hour play for TV, typed copy, 15 Feb 1962,

34 pp

3 "The Sleeper Awakes", one hour film for TV (CBC Anthology?), exec. prod. Ron Weyman, original handwritten copy, first draft, 1 Sep 1971,

69 pp

4 "Stash" by MCC and Morris Stein, script, n.d.,

25 pp

5 "Struck by Lightning" by Jean LaForest, English adaptation by MCC, produced by Ken Davey, script, 24 May 1957,

34 pp

6 "Suffer the Little Children" by MCC and George Bloomfield, script, n.d.,

34 pp

7 "Summit Circle", outline for TV series, typed, revisions, 1 Jan 1961,

6 pp

8 "Summit Circle", outline, revised, 1 Jan 1961,

6 pp

9 "Tactics", script, n.d.,

32 pp

10 "Teeter-Totter", 30 min. play for TV, script, (rough condition) n.d.,

28 pp

11 "Teeter-Totter", 30 min play for TV, Dorchester Playhouse, produced by Ken Davey, covered script, 15 May 1959,

31 pp

12 "The Telephone Rings For Bertha Schrumm", 30 min. play for TV, revisions, (2 inserts 4 pp), (rough condition) n.d.,

33 pp

13 "The Telephone Rings for Bertha Schrumm", On Camera 13 produced by Mel Breen, supv. prod. Sydney Newman, covered script, 13 May 1957,

38 pp

14 "Trio", 30 min. play for TV, A Midsummer Theatre, 14 produced by Ken Davey, script, 5 Sep 1958,

49 pp

15 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original handwritten, 5 scribblers, #1-pp 1-12, #2-pp 13-29, #3-pp 30-51,#4-pp 52-61, #5-pp 62-78, first draft, 1969-1970
16 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original 16 handwritten, 5 scribblers, #1-pp 79-94, #2-pp 95-111, #3-pp 112-133, #4-pp 134-156, #5-pp 157-166
17 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 90 min. play for TV, second draft, original handwritten, 2 scribblers, #1-pp 1-46, #2-pp 47-76, 15 June 1966
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181 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", notes on Martin B., revisions, rough draft, 29 May 1969,

128 pp

2 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original handwritten story and screenplay, final draft, 4 scribblers, #1-pp 1-16, #2-pp 27-56, #3-pp 57-86, #4-pp 87-125, 1 July 1970
3 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", typed copy, 3 first draft, 11 Mar 1970,

194 pp

4 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 90 min. play for TV (originally known as "The Bleeding Heart of Samuel Bernstein"), first draft, covered script, May 1966,

117 pp

5 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 90 min. play for TV, revised first draft, covered script, May 1966,

117 pp

6 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 90 min. play for TV revised second draft, correspondence, 15 June 1966,

81 pp

7 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", 90 min. play, Festival, produced by George Bloomfield, supv. prod. Robert Allen, TV script, 3-4 Nov 1966,

113 pp

8 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B." 90 min. play, Festival, produced by George Bloomfield, supv. prod. Robert Allen, revisions, 3-4 Nov 1966,

113 pp

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191 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B." 90 min. play for TV, typed script, 15 Apr 1967,

79 pp

2 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original story and screenplay, typed script, final draft, 1970,

126 pp

3 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", original screenplay, Hart-Cohen Productions-Beverly Hills, CA, covered script, revisions, n.d.,

95 pp

4 "Water, Water, Every Where", Inside Out, first draft, typed script, Sep 1964,

67 pp

5 "Witness to Murder" by Wenzell Brown, adapted by MCC First Person, produced by Stan Harris, supv. prod. Leonard Crainford, exec. prod. Raymond Whitehouse, TV script, 7 Nov 1960,

23 pp

6 "You Only Live Twice", a screenplay by Howard Koch and MCC, from the novel, "The Well" by Sinclair Ross, script, n.d.,

96 pp

7 "You Only Live Twice" by Howard Koch and MCC, script (photos in back of script), n.d.,

146 pp

8 "You Only Live Twice" by Howard Koch, based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis, script, n.d.,

108 pp

9 "Wojeck" - "Are There Any More At Home Like You", second draft, script, Aug 1960,

82 pp

Seaway Series
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1910 "The Wharf Rat", first draft, script, n.d.,

76 pp

11 "The Wharf Rat" by Lindsay Galloway and MCC, final draft, script, corresp., Oct 1965,

65 pp

Translations of Cohen's Plays 1959-1964; n.d.
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201 "Alle tiders handel", radioplay, Danish Radio, typed script, 12 June 1963,

75 pp

2 "Blanche Fait Tapisserle", TV play, script, French, 28 June 1961,

58 pp

3 "Die Welle Der Einsamen Herzen" (The Flipside), German, photocopy of typed script, Nov 1964,

55 pp

4 "Fra Hjerte Til Hjerte", Radioplay, Danish Radio, typed script, n.d.,

64 pp

5 "Hartentroef" (The Flipside), Danish, typed script, 4 Feb 1964,

48 pp

6 "In Het Zilver" (Tea for Two...), Danish, typed script, 25 Feb 1964,

25 pp

7 "Kvāllen Jag Dōdade George" (The Night I Killed GeorgeSmall), Radio Script, Danish, n.d.,

45 pp

8 "Kvoldid, Sen Eg Drap Georg" (The Night I Killed George Small), Icelandic, radio scrip, n.d.

38 pp

9 "Nur Eine Affäre" (Just An Affair), TV play, German, n.d.,

132 pp

10 "Pastorale", TV script, French, n.d.,

20 pp

11 "Otage" (Hostage), TV play, French, 11 Jan 1959,

91 pp

Movie - The Plague Area 1967-1983; n.d.
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2012 "The Plague Area", originally titled "Trio", 90 min. play for TV, original handwritten, scribbler, first draft, pp 1-71, 14 July 1967
13 "The Plague Area", handwritten notes, scribbler, 1968
14 "The Plague Area", typed script, first draft, n.d.,

136 pp

15 "The Plague Area", produced by Jack Laird, typed script, final draft, n.d.,

129 pp

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211 "The Plague Area", CBC Stage, produced by Earl Pennington, revised TV script, n.d.,

81 pp

2 "The Plague Area", 90 min. play for TV, 31 Aug 1967,

114 pp

3 "The Plague Area", produced by Jack Laird, Universal City Studios, 19 Sept 1968,

137 pp

4 "The Plague Area", property of Galanty Ltd., corresp., 31 July 1972,

132 pp

5 "The Plague Area", produced by Jack Laird, script, photocopy, corresp., 19 Dec 1983,

129 pp

6 "The Plague Area", notes, descriptions, script, corresp., 21 Oct 1968,

121 pp

U. S. Television Series 1963-1984; n.d.
Amanda
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217 Proposal for TV series by Sarah & Peter Dixon, given by Cohen to develop, 2 Oct 1984,

14 pp

Channing
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21A1 Outlines - "The Creature", "A Question of Degree", "The Twig is Bent", typed/handwritten revisions & notes, n.d.
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21A 2 "The Creature from Maxwell Street", typed first draft, 22 Dec 1963,

54 pp

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21A3 "The Creature from Maxwell Street", typed final draft, 22 Jan 1964,

54 pp

4 "The Creature from Maxwell Street", produced by Jack Guss, TV script, revised copy, Revue Studios, California, 17 Feb 1964
5 "We're All Victims, Aren't We", typed final draft, 8 Oct 1963,

60 pp

Cloud Dancers
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21A6 Proposal for TV series, given to Cohen to develop, 2 Oct 1984
Rawhide
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21A7 "Season of Destruction", revised script, 27 May 1965,

67 pp

8 "Season of Destruction", script, 11 June 1965 ,

67 pp

9 "Season of Destruction", script, first draft, 13 July 1965,

56 pp

Sarge
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21A10 "The Debutante", produced by David Levinson, outline for show, Oct 1971,

18 pp

Sunshine
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21A11 "Jill", script for TV, 1 Mar 1974,

39 pp

12 "The Angel of Doom", executive producer George Eckstein, outline, 31 May 1974,

7 pp

13 "The Angel of Doom", original handwritten copy, first draft, 10 July 1974,

26 pp

14 "The Angel of Doom", revised TV script, copy, 29 July 1974,

28 pp

15 "The Angel of Doom", executive producer George 15 Eckstein, revised TV script, copy, 31 July 1974,

21 pp

16 "The Angel of Doom", executive producer George 16 Eckstein, revised TV script, copy, 12 Aug 1974,

21 pp

17 "The Angel of Doom", executive producer George 17 Eckstein, revised TV script, copy, 5 Sept 1974,

22 pp

18 "The Angel of Doom", executive producer George Eckstein, revised TV script, 10 Sep 1974,

9 pp

Rivington Street
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221 Outline of entire series, n.d.,

323 pp

2 Outline, handwritten, original, n.d.,

75 pp

3 Outline for a five hour pilot script, handwritten & typed, revisions, Nov 1982
4 Outline for a five hour pilot script, handwritten & 4 typed, revisions, n.d.,

71 pp

5 Outline for a five hour pilot script, typed copy, (minus pages used for Hour 3), revisions, n.d.,

52 pp

6 Outline for a five hour pilot script, typed, Nov 1982,

23 pp

7 Outline for a five hour pilot script, typed, Nov 1982,

25 pp

8 Outline changes, notes, correspondence, original handwritten/typed, newspaper article on "History of a House"), 26 Apr 1982
9 Original handwritten, 3 scribblers, #1 pp 1-39, #2 pp 40-54, #3 pp 54-84 and revisions, n.d.
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231 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 1, revisions, n.d.,

31 pp

2 Original handwritten/typed script (scribbler), part 1, act 6 of part 1, pp 76-110, n.d.
3 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 1 second draft, 1 Apr 1984,

75 pp

4 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 2, n.d.,

51 pp

5 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 2, second draft, Hill/Mandelker Television, n.d.,

61 pp

6 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 3, 23 6 5 scribblers, #1 pp 1-43, #2 pp 44-65, #3 pp 66-83, #4pp 84-102, #5 pp 103-119, n.d.
7 Original handwritten script (scribbler), part 3 2 scribblers, #1 pp 1-31, #2 pp 32-73
8 Original handwritten script, part 3, second draft, Hill/Mandelker Television, n.d.,

100 pp

9 Typed script, part 1, n.d.,

101 pp

10 Typed script, part 1, n.d.,

102 pp

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241 Typed script, part 1, Nov 1982,

85 pp

2 Typed script, part 1, revisions, n.d.,

102 pp

3 Original typed script, part 1, Hill/Mandelker Television, second draft, 1 Apr 1984
4 Typed script, Hill/Mandelker, revised first draft, 4 part 1, acts 1-5 of old part 1, 18 Nov 1982,

49 pp

5 Typed script, act 5 of part 1, revisions, pp 68-123
6 Typed script, part 2, n.d.,

67 pp

7 Original typed/handwritten script, revisions, part 2, n.d.,

72 pp

8 Typed script, part 2, revised first draft, Hill/ Mandelker, 15 Mar 1984,

56 pp

9 Original handwritten script (photocopy), part 2, second draft, Hill/Mandelker Television, n.d.,

61 pp

10 Original typed copy, part 2, second draft, Hill/ Mandelker Television, n.d.,

67 pp

11 Original handwritten/typed script, part 2, revisions, pp 52-66, n.d.
12 Part 2, act 2, "Reserved from (typed script), first draft, pp 18-62, n.d.
13 Part 2, revisions, typed, n.d.
14 Part 3, photocopy of original handwritten script, pp 1-65, n.d.
15 Part 3, photocopy of original handwritten script, second draft, pp 1-100, n.d.
16 Part 3, photocopy of original handwritten/typed 16 copy, revised, Aug 1983,

123 pp

17 Part 3, copy of first draft with 2 pp missing, 15 May 1983,

123 pp

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251 Part 3, first draft, 15 May 1983,

82 pp

2 Part 3, revised, 5 Aug 1983,

126 pp

3 Part 3, second draft, Hill/Mandelker Television, original typed copy, n.d.,

109 pp

4 Part 3, reserved from first draft, pp 97-139, n.d.
5 Hours 1 & 2, revised second draft, TV script, Hill/Mandelker, 25 Apr 1984,

231 pp

6 Hours 4 & 5, 1859-1863, TV script, Hill/Mandelker, 27 Apr 1984,

116 pp

7 Part ?, n.d.,

144 pp

8 Part 3, typed, revised, pp 2-109
9 Part ?, revisions, pp 1-144, n.d.,
10 Part ?, original notes, pp 83-123, n.d.
11 Part ?, correspondence,notes, revisions, 8 Dec 1983
12 Part ?, revision, original handwritten notes,

pp 1-86

Roots
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261 "The African", teleplay by William Blinn, based on the novel by Alex Haley, Wolper Productions, revised second draft, script, 13 June 1975,

97 pp

2 "The Slave Ship", teleplay by Ernest Kiney, episode 2 2, based on Alex Haley Roots, Wolper Productions, first draft, script, 3 July 1975,

106 pp

3 "The Slave", teleplay by James Lee, based on Alex 3 Haley book, Wolper Productions, screenplay #3, first draft, script, 23 July 1975,

99 pp

4 "(#4)", teleplay by James Lee and William Blinn, 4 based on book by Alex Haley, Wolper Productions, 6th hour, script, 1 June 1976,

57 pp

5 "Uprooted", treatment (outline) by William Blinn, based on book by Alex Haley, Wolper Productions, first draft, episode 4, 1 July 1975,

33 pp

6 "Miss Kizzy", #5A, teleplay by MCC based on the book by Alex Haley, original handwritten first draft, 1 June 1976,

9 pp

7 "Miss Kizzy", #5A, teleplay by MCC, based on the 7 novel by Alex Haley, photocopy of first draft, 1 June 1976,

54 pp

8 "Miss Kizzy", #5A, Teleplay by Alex Haley, second 8 draft, 8th hour, original handwritten, July 1976,

47 pp

9 Show #5A, 8th hour, teleplay by MCC, first draft, 9 script, 1 June 1976,

57 pp

10 Show #5A, 8th hour, teleplay by MCC, first draft, script, revisions & notes, 1 June 1976,

57 pp

11 Show #5A, teleplay by MCC, second draft, script, 21 July 1976,

52 pp

12 Show #5A, 8th hour, teleplay by MCC, script, 10 Aug 1976,

56 pp

13 Show #5A, teleplay by MCC, photocopy of revisions, 10 Aug 1976,

6 pp

14 Show #5A, teleplay by MCC, photocopy of revisions, 17 Aug 1976,

8 pp

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271 "Chicken George", #6-7, teleplay by James Lee, 27 1 first draft, script show #6, 8th hour, 15 Mar 1976,

52 pp

2 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, first draft, original handwritten copy, (scribbler), 5 Nov 1975,

25 pp

3 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, first draft, original handwritten copy, (scribbler), revisions, 5 Nov 1975,

70 pp

4 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, revised first draft, script, 29 Dec 1975
5 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, second draft, typed script & original handwritten, 4 Dec 1975,

67 pp

6 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, revisions and notes, misc. pages
7 "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", #7, teleplay by MCC, revised second draft, script, 30 Aug 1976
8 "The Night Riders", treatment/outline by William Blinn, notes included, 22 July 1975,

28 pp

9 "The Night Riders", screenplay by MCC, first draft, handwritten original, 2 scribblers, 1 Dec 1975,

56 pp

10 "The Night Riders", screenplay by MCC, first draft, 10th hour, script, some revision, 5 Dec 1975,

66 pp

11 "The Night Riders", #8, screenplay by MCC, revised first draft, 10th hour, script, 29 Dec 1975,

52 pp

12 "The Night Riders", #8, screenplay by MCC, revised first draft, 10th hour, script, 52 pp (plus), 55 pp from part(9) - "The Exodus", 29 Dec 1975
13 Misc. handwritten notes and script, n.d.,

11 pp

14 Misc. corresp., notes, information, legal documents, call sheets, shooting schedule, Aug 1976-Dec 1978
15 Outline for shows #8 & 9, notes
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281 Outline for shows #8 & 9, notes
2 Shows #8 & 9, "The Blue, the Grey and the Black", "The Exodus", original handwritten, revision?, 7 Aug 1976,

87 pp

3 Show #8, by MCC, photocopy of script, revisions,

112 pp

4 Show #8, by MCC, 2 hours, revised script, 20 Aug 1976,

102 pp

5 Show #8, by MCC, 2 hours, final draft, revised final draft, script, 6 Sep 1976,

101 pp

6 "The Exodus", by MCC, first draft, 11th hour, part 2, Show #10, original handwritten, scribbler, June 1976,

47 pp

7 "The Exodus", by MCC, first draft, 11th hour, part 2 Show #10, script, 23 June 1976,

62 pp

8 "The Exodus", by MCC, show #9, 11th hour, script, 8 notes included, 18 Mar 1976,

60 pp

9 "The Exodus", notes & revisions, original handwritten, photocopies, n.d.
10 "My Search for Roots" by Alex Haley, Readers' Digest condensed version, booklet, 1974,

59 pp

11 Notes on MCC's script from Alex Haley, corresp., 22 July 1976 - 2 Dec 1976
12 Chapters 85-96 used for scripts by MCC, n.d.
Television Movies 1932-1984; n.d.
After the Crash
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291 Preliminary outline, original handwritten, 31 Oct 1983,

24 pp

2 Revised outline, typed copy & original handwritten, Nov 28 1983,

22 pp

3 Revised outline, revisions, 28 Nov 1983,

15 pp

4 Revised outline, typed copy, 28 Nov 1983,

24 pp

5 Outline, revisions, n.d.,

24 pp

6 Original handwritten copy, first draft, n.d.,

116 pp

7 Original typed copy, first draft, n.d.,

136 pp

8 Typed copy, first draft, revisions, n.d.,

132 pp

9 TV script, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, first draft, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, 4 May 1984,

116 pp

10 TV script, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, first 10 draft, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, revisions, 4 May 1984,

115 pp

11 Typed/original handwritten copy, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, second draft, Guber-Peters Television/ Centerpoint, revision, July 1984,

113 pp

12 Original typed copy, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, second draft, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, July 1984,

116 pp

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301 Typed/original handwritten copy, produced by Peter 30 S. Greenberg, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, revisions, second draft, July 1984,

68 pp

2 Typed/original handwritten copy, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, revisions, second draft, July 1984,

45 pp

3 Typed revisions, pp 10-52, n.d.
4 Original typed copy, produced by Peter S. Greenberg, Guber-Peters Television/Centerpoint, third draft, Sept. 1984,

109 pp

5 Notes on outline, original handwritten, n.d.
6 Notes on story, handwritten, scribbler, n.d.
7 Notes on story, handwritten, scribbler, n.d.
8 Photocopy of original handwritten notes, assortedpages, n.d.
9 Typed & original handwritten copy, n.d.,

78 pp

Against All Odds - The Incredible True Story of Katherine Bauer and Her Family
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3010 Transcripts & notes of tapes done for TV movie, n.d.,

63 pp

11 Original handwritten draft, first draft, Marble Arch Productions, Bill McCutchen Production, 2 scribblers, #1 146 pp, #2 notes and revisions
12 Typed copy, script, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, first draft, 12 Feb 1981,

157 pp

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311 Typed draft, script, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, first draft, revision, 12 Feb 1981,

157 pp

2 Typed draft, script, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, first draft, revision, 12 Feb 1981,

157 pp

3 Typed draft, script, Bill McCutchen Production, 3 Marble Arch Productions, revised first draft, 13 Mar 1981,

146 pp

4 Typed draft, script, Bill McCutchen Production, 4 Marble Arch Productions, revised first draft, revisions, 13 Mar 1981,

146 pp

5 Outline, second draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, 11 Nov 1980,

11 pp

6 Typed script, second draft, Bill McCutchen Production, 6 Marble Arch Productions, 9 Apr 1981,

146 pp

7 Typed script, second draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, revisions, 9 Apr 1981,

146 pp

8 Photocopy of original handwritten draft, third draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, 3 parts, n.d.
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321 Typed script, third draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, Oct 1981,

131 pp

2 Typed script, third draft, Bill McCutchen Production, 2 Marble Arch Productions, Oct 1981,

102 pp

3 Typed script, third draft, Bill McCutchen Production, 3 Marble Arch Productions, Oct 1981,

107 pp

4 "Night One", general outline, revisions, notes, typed, n.d.
5 "Night Two", general outline, revisions, notes, typed/handwritten, n.d.
6 Typed script, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble 6 Arch Productions, n.d.,

100 pp

7 Typed script, n.d.,

82 pp

8 Typed script, n.d.,

111 pp

9 Typed script, n.d.
10 Typed script, revisions, n.d.,

14 pp

11 Notes and information, original handwritten/typed, n.d.
The Biggest Little Schoolhouse in Texas
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331 Based on the biography "Where the Rainbows Wait" by Trent Jones and Carlton Strothers, notes & information from taped interviews with Trent and Olga, original handwritten, n.d.
2 Notes and information, scribbler, from classroom, typed from Trent Jones, n.d.
3 Original handwritten draft, 2 scribblers, revisions, n.d.,

112 pp

4 Original handwritten draft, notes and revisions, n.d.,

107 pp

5 Typed draft, n.d.,

117 pp

6 Typed draft, revisions & corresp., 22 Feb 1980,

117 pp

7 Typed Draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, n.d.,

123 pp

8 Typed Draft, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, revisions, 112, n.d.,
9 Based on novel by Trent Jones and Carlton Strothers, script, Bill McCutchen Production, Marble Arch Productions, second draft, 14 July 1980,

109 pp

Dark Victory
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341 Play in 3 acts by George Brewer Jr. and Bertram Bloch, photocopy of play, 1932,

69 pp

2 Movie script, screenplay by Casey Robinson, based on the play by George Brewer Jr. and Bertram Bloch, assoc. prod. David Lewis, Warner Brothers, starring Bette Davis, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart, Geraldine Fitzgerald, and Ronald Reagan, 5 Oct 1938,

166 pp

3 A Novel by Charles E. Israel, based on Universal Television Film, photocopy of typed manuscript, n.d.,

215 pp

4 A Novel by Charles E. Israel, based on Universal Television Film, photocopy of typed manuscript, 1972

175 pp

5 Musical score of MCC, by Billy Goldenbery, hard covered book
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351 Assorted articles, papers, notes & shooting scheduleOutline, original handwritten, scribbler, plus notes, n.d.,

27 pp

2 Original handwritten script, 3 scribblers, pp 1-86, two and a half hour play for TV, n.d.
3 Original handwritten script, 2 scribblers, pp 87-163, two and a half hour play for TV, n.d.
4 Original handwritten script, notes, 1 scribbler, revisions, n.d.
5 Original handwritten script, notes, 1 scribbler, revisions, n.d.
6 Typed/handwritten script, executive producer Richard Irving, producer Jules Irving, n.d.,

185 pp

7 Typed script, executive producer Richard Irving, Producer Jules Irving, n.d.,

119 pp

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361 Universal Studios, executive producer Richard 36 1 Irving, producer Jules Irving, TV script, revisions, 21 Apr 1975,

161 pp

2 TV script, revisions, n.d.
3 Universal Studios, executive producer Richard Irving, producer Jules Irving, revised TV script, 23 June 1975,

156 pp

4 Universal Studios, executive producer Richard Irving, producer Jules Irving, revised TV script, 8 July 1975,

156 pp

5 "Crunch", by MCC, script, produced by David Levinson, 15 Nov 1972,

16 pp

6 Full script, by MCC and other writers, produced by David Levison and James McAdams, 28 Dec 1972,

98 pp

7 By MCC and others, revised script, 1 Feb 1973,

65 pp

8 "I'll Never Forget You", treatment for TV movie by MCC, executive producer Herbert B. Leonard, International Television Productions, n.d.,

45 pp

The Lost Prince
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371 Two hour film for TV, handwritten original, first draft, notes & revisions,

26 pp

2 Two hour film for TV, handwritten original, 2 scribblers, #1-pp 1-68, #2-pp 69-101, n.d.
3 Based on the book by Hank Searls "The Lost Prince: Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy", typed script, Wolper Productions, first draft, revisions, 1 Dec 1976,

114 pp

4 Typed script, Wolper Productions, first draft, revisions, 1 Dec 1976,

125 pp

5 TV script, ABC Circle Film, 18 Mar 1977,

127 pp

6 TV script, ABC Circle Film, revisions, original handwritten, 18 Mar 1977,

127 pp

7 TV script, ABC Circle Film, revised script, 6 May 1977,

121 pp

8 Notes, quotes and newspapers clippings, etc. (casting, shooting schedule)
9 Teleplay by MCC, brief outline, typed, n.d.,

23 pp

P.T. Barnum Story
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381 Three hour film for TV, original, handwritten, first draft, 29 Feb 1980,

146 pp

2 Three hour film for TV, script, photocopy, first draft, Feb 1980
3 Three hour film for TV, William McCutchen Productions, script, revisions, first draft, Feb 1980,

161 pp

4 Three hour film for TV, William McCutchen Productions, script, revisions, original handwritten
5 Three hour film for TV, TV script, n.d.,

164 pp

6 Article relating to story, n.d.
7 Original handwritten revisions, notes and information, 3 scribblers, n.d.
Senior Year
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391 Story outline, handwritten/typed notes & descriptions, n.d.,

35 pp

2 Revised story outline, typed notes & descriptions, 16 July 1973
3 Original handwritten drafts, scribblers, first draft, pp 1-123, n.d.
4 Original handwritten drafts, scribblers, first draft, pp 1-119, n.d.
5 Original handwritten drafts, scribblers, pp 1-108, 1 Oct 1973
6 Script, produced by David Levinson, script for series (Sons and Daughters), 6 July 1972
7 Script, revised, produced by David Levinson, 3 Jan 1973
8 Script, first draft, photocopy, revisions, 7 Sep 1973,

140 pp

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401 Script, produced by David Levinson, 1 Oct 1973,

111 pp

2 Script, produced by David Levinson, revised second draft, 16 Oct 1973,

58 pp

3 Script, revised, produced by D. Levinson, 30 Oct 1973,

110 pp

4 Script, revised, produced by D. Levinson, 14 Jan 1974,

88 pp

Sitting Bull Must Die
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405 Notes, newspaper clippings, typed/handwritten, legal agreements, CU, 25 Aug 1977
6 Outline, original handwritten, scribbler, n.d.,

36 pp

7 Film (1), original handwritten, n.d.
8 Film 1, original handwritten, scribbler - 11 pp, Film 3, original handwritten, scribbler - 12 pp, n.d.
9 Film 1,2,3, original handwritten, scribbler, n.d.,

42 pp

10 Film 1,2,3, typed, n.d.,

16 pp

11 Film 3, typed, revisions, n.d.,

17 pp

12 Three hour movie for Television, original handwritten draft, n.d.,

146 pp

13 Three hour movie for Television, first draft, typed script, 4 May 1978,

178 pp

14 Three hour movie for Television, typed script, n.d.,

184 pp

Feature Films
Covenant With Death
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411 General premises for treatment, 12 Oct 1964,

13 pp

2 Outline by MCC, revision, typed,

41 pp

The Hanging Clown
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413 Story by Bill Manoff, screenplay by MCC, first draft, 26 Mar 1968,

42 pp

4 Story by Bill Manoff, screenplay by MCC, second draft, 1 Aug 1968,

154 pp

5 Story by Bill Manoff, screenplay by MCC, script, Universal City Studies, 15 Aug 1967,

65 pp

6 Story by Bill Manoff, screenplay by MCC, notes, corresp., info., original handwritten, Jan 1967
The Lenny Bruce Story
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417 By MCC, original handwritten, 4 scribblers, script, draft and notes, 1968-1969,

75 pp

8 Original handwritten draft, produced by Marvin Worth, 2 scribblers, Jan 1968,

28 pp

9 Original handwritten notes & drafts, scribbler, n.d.
10 Dirty Lenny , original handwritten, final first draft, produced by Marvin Worth, 8 scribblers, notes, 1969,

126 pp

11 Original handwritten and typed revision, n.d.,

5 pp

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421 Typed copy, script, n.d.,

89 pp

2 Typed copy, script, produced by Marvin Worth, rough condition, n.d.,

32 pp

3 Typed copy, script, n.d.,

89 pp

4 Original handwritten/typed revisions & notes, n.d.,

26 pp

5 Typed copy, script, n.d.,

172 pp

6 Typed copy & original handwritten revision, n.d.,

172 pp

7 First draft, typed copy, 11 Apr 1969,

143 pp

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431 Typed copy, script, n.d.,

89 pp

2 Lenny Bruce material, info., background duties, correspondence, 11 Apr 1969
Women's Day
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433 Screenplay, original handwritten, 8 scribblers, n.d.,

147 pp

4 Typed screenplay, n.d.,

139 pp

5 Misc. cartoons and artwork, Byron Randel and others

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Photograph Collection (PC 85) 1898-1986

This series consists of the following subseries:

  • Charles Cohen, Family, and Other People
  • "Another Part of the Forest"
  • "David Chapter III" - Production Shots
  • "The Drylanders" - N. F. B. - Production Shots
  • History Series - Production Shots
  • "Land Before Time (Genesis in Ice)" - Documentary Photos, "Inuit Photos"
  • "The Luck of Ginger Coffey" - Productions
  • "Sunshine" - "The Angel of Doom"
  • "Trio"
  • "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B." - CBC Production
  • Misc. Pictures - Unidentified Productions/Actors
  • Location Shots - Philadelphia, PA
  • Misc. Pictures

Charles Cohen, Family, and Other People 1898-1975; predominant n.d.
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11 M. Charles Cohen and unidentified woman
1 Cohen and unidentified man and woman
1 Cohen and 5 unidentified people
1 Cohen , George Bloomfield and unidentified male
1 Cohen and Mr. Rodriguz
1 Cohen - screen showing ?
1 Gena Rowlands, Laurie Mock, Midge Ware and Christina Crawford
1 Unidentified group and Seymore Cassel, Dorothy Gulliver, Darlene Conley, Gene Darfler and Val Avery
1 John Marley, Gena Rowlands, Lynn Carlin, Seymour Cassel
1 Val Avery, Elizabeth Deering, Fred Draper and Gene Darfler
1 Gena Rowlands, John Marley, Anita White, Lynn Carlin, George Simms
1 Dorothy Gulliver, Joanne Moore Jordan, Darlene Conley, Lynn Carlin
1 Unidentified male
1 David Selzer, Cohen and Joel Oliansky - Winners of the Humanitas Prize 1975
1 Cohen, David Selzer, Joel Oliansky, and unidentified interviewer - The Today Show
1 Same as #21 (smaller print)
1 Mining town - group of pioneers - unidentified
1 Miners - panning for gold - unidentified group
1 Street scene Dawson, July 1899
1 Boundary Line on Chilkoot Pass Alaska, 1898
1 Unidentified woman
1 Cohen as a young child
1 Cohen and wife Dian
1 Cohen
1 Cohen with unidentified man
"Another Part of the Forest" [19-?]
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12 George Bloomfield, Florence Kosters, John Hempstead
2 Len Berman, Martin Lavut, Jane Taft, Miriam Asher, Trudy Cohen, John Hempstead, Larry Shapiro - Act II
2 John Hempstead
2 Len Birman, Martin Lavut, unidentified female
2 Unidentified men - John Hempstead, Miriam Asher
"David Chapter III" - Production Shots, [19-?]
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13 Unidentified
3 John Marley
3 John Vernon & ?
3 Unidentified male
3 John Marley and unidentified woman
3 Sharon Acker (?) and unidentified male
3 Unidentified woman
3 John Marley
3 Unidentified man
3 Unidentified group
3 John Marley
3 Unidentified man
3 John Vernon
3 John Vernon and unidentified group
3 Unidentified woman
3 John Marley
"The Drylanders" - N.F.B. - Production Shots [19-?]
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14 Unidentified couple on Ox Cart
4 Unidentified couple
4 Shot of production in progress
4 Unidentified couple
History Series - Production Shots [19-?]
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15 Unidentified
"Hostage" - Production Shots [19-?]
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16 Unidentified
"Land Before Time (Genesis in Ice) - Documentary Photos "Inuit" Photos [19-?]
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17 Landscape
7 Unidentified
7 Landscape - village - memorial
7 Inuit man
7 Inuit woman
7 Landscape
7 Inuit man eating ?
7 Inuit rock figure
7 Inuit woman
7 Unknown group
7 Landscape
7 Group at grocery store
7 Couple in igloo
7 Unidentified woman
7 Canadian Mime Theatre group - Niagara-on-the-Lake [ 1974 ]
7 The Student Young Company - Original production - National Arts Centre, Ottawa May 1973
7 Unidentified
7 Unidentified "Land Before Time" production - Gilles Marsolais
7 Unidentified "Land Before Time" production - Ron Scanlan/Joan Stuart
7 Unidentified "Land Before Time" production - Gloria Chetwynd
7 Unidentified "Land Before Time" production - Howard Ryolyn
"The Luck of Ginger Coffey - Productions [19-?]
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18 Douglas Rain - extras
8 Douglas Rain
8 Douglas Rain, Diana Maddox
8 Douglas Rain and crew
8 Douglas Rain
8 Douglas Rain and unidentified actress
8 Diana Maddox, Gordon Pinsent
8 Diana Maddox, Douglas Rain
8 Diana Maddox, Gordon Pinsent
"Sunshine" - "The Angel of Doom" [19-?]
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19 "Jill" and teddy bear - actress name unknown
9 "Jill and Father" - names unknown
"Trio" [19-?]
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110 Cohen and Mr. Rodriguz
10 Mr. Rodriguz
10 Unidentified actor
10 Mr. Rodriguz, Len Berman, unidentified actor
10 Mr. Rodriguz, unidentified, Len Birman
The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B." - CBC Production [19-?]
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111 Unidentified actors
Misc. Pictures - Unidentified Productions/Actors [19-?]
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112 Unidentified Production 1 - CBC

Unidentified actors

12 Unidentified Production 2 - CBC

Unidentified actors

12 Unidentified Production 3

Unidentified group

12 Production 4 - British Broadcasting Corp.

Unidentified actors

12 Production 5

Unidentified actors

12 Misc. Production

Unidentified actors

Location Shots - Philadelphia, PA [19-?]
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113 Liberty Bell
13 City Hall - Shooting into Interior
13 City Hall - Southside
13 Cafe - man and mistress/girl eat
13 Coffee shop - where man and girl have fight
13 Restaurant where man and artist have lunch
13 Panama Street
13 Society Hill
13 Halian market
13 Society Hill
13 Art Museum
13 Society Hill
13 Society Hill - Independence Hall Area
13 Society Hill - Church Graveyard
13 Society Hill - Where Man Has Project
13 Society Hill
13 Addison Place - Girls/artist's place
13 Harvey Court
13 Boat Houses
13 Harvey Court
13 Ritten House Square
13 West River Drive area
13 Schuykill - from W. Driver Dr.
13 Boathouses from W. River Dr.
13 Schuykill from W. River Dr.
13 Art Museum
13 Elferth's Alley
13 Men's dorms - University of Pennsylvania campus
13 Bookstore - University of Pennsylvania campus
13 Bookstore
13 Quadrangle - University of Pennsylvania campus
13 Center City - Building where man works
13 Man's house in Bryn Mawr
13 West River Drive area
13 Bryn Mawr - man's house
13 Van Pelt Street
13 City Hall - interior of courtyard
13 Art Museum
13 Art Museum - from W. River Drive
13 Art Museum
13 Art Museum - from East Side
13 Art Museum
13 Art Museum from W. River Drive
13 Art Museum - East Side
13 Art Museum
13 Society Hill
Misc. Pictures [19-?]
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113 Street
13 Market/street
13 Market
13 Young man in market
13 Market
13 Sign
13 Market
13 Store
13 Statues
13 Cohen and unidentified man
13 Cohen in the stocks
14 Miscellaneous negatives
14 "Roots" - photo - Lloyd Bridges, Burl Ives

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Tape Collection (TC 61) [19-?]
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11 "Eskimo Legends" - Russian language version - CBC International Service, 31 & 2, n.d.
2 "Bertha", "Etcetera"
3 "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", #1 & 2
4 "Daivd Chapter II", 90 min., CBC-Festival, 28 Jan 1963

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