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[Ornament for the title page of The European magazine showing the goddess Europe shining light on three figures representing America, Africa, and Asia] / Seally script. ; Bayly sculp.

[Ornament for the title page of The European magazine showing the godd...

Title from item. Illus. in: The European Magazine. London : Philological Society of London, v. 3, 1783, title page. Published in: The American Revolution in drawings and prints; a checklist of 1765-1790 graphic... more

The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior Building consists of reception room, office, script writers' room, small and large studios, and sound control room. These actors are members of the cast for My Dear Mr. President, a play based upon the President's budget message [i.e Interior Secretary's annual report] presented in January 1939 through the channels of the national hookups

The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior ...

Photo shows production of the U.S. Department of Interior's radio play "My Dear Mr. President," broadcast on January 8, 1939, the subject of which was the Interior Secretary's annual report to the President (So... more

Mr. Neil Simon, author, sitting on windowsill at home pouring over a script of play he wrote / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Mr. Neil Simon, author, sitting on windowsill at home pouring over a s...

NYWT&S staff photo by Al Ravenna. New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Spies
Great Catherine

Great Catherine

(Scattered comments (working script?); no other details) Production locations: New York, NY; Roslyn, NY.

[ Cast list for Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met"]

[ Cast list for Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met"]

Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met," January 4 & 5, 1973 at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. (General)

Great Catherine

Great Catherine

(Scattered comments (working script?); no other details) Production locations: New York, NY; Roslyn, NY.

You Touch My Heart

You Touch My Heart

For the show "We're a Whole New Thing" (General)

[ Speech given by Danny Kaye to the American College of Cardiology]

[ Speech given by Danny Kaye to the American College of Cardiology]

Danny Kaye was honored by the American College of Cardiology in San Francisco in March of 1981. (General)

Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Written for "We're a Whole New Thing" (General)

Dramatic play entitled The lone hand four aces, or, Equal to a royal flush : to be acted by a troupe of educated dogs in four acts

Dramatic play entitled The lone hand four aces, or, Equal to a royal f...

17517 U.S. Copyright Office From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

The children go : a comedy in four acts Di kinder gehen : a komedye in 4 akten

The children go : a comedy in four acts Di kinder gehen : a komedye in...

D16515 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

The Jewish heart : musical play in 4 acts Dos Yudishe harts : folks shtik in 4 akten

The Jewish heart : musical play in 4 acts Dos Yudishe harts : folks sh...

D20918 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

The allrightnikes sic : comedy in 4 acts Di allraytniks

The allrightnikes sic : comedy in 4 acts Di allraytniks

D20920 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

The head of the community : a comedy in four (4) acts : a parody of Gogol's Revisor Der parnes khodesh : a komedye in 4 akten : a parodye oyf Gogols Revizor

The head of the community : a comedy in four (4) acts : a parody of Go...

D17857 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

The mother's sin : historical operetta in 4 acts Di muter's zind

The mother's sin : historical operetta in 4 acts Di muter's zind

D20919 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

My wife's husband : comedy drama in 4 acts Mayn vaybs man : lebens bild mit gezang un tentse in 4 akten

My wife's husband : comedy drama in 4 acts Mayn vaybs man : lebens bil...

D23718 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

The merry widower : comedy in 3 acts Der frelikher almen : komedye in 3 akten mit gezang un tents

The merry widower : comedy in 3 acts Der frelikher almen : komedye in ...

D31321 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Sold to shame : four act comedy drama Farkoft tzu shonda : a drama in 4 akten

Sold to shame : four act comedy drama Farkoft tzu shonda : a drama in ...

D31380 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

His first masterpiece : comedy-drama in 4 acts Zayn ershtes maysterverk : komedye drame in 4 akten

His first masterpiece : comedy-drama in 4 acts Zayn ershtes maysterver...

D33871 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Own fault : drama in 4 acts Eygene shuld : moderne familyen drama in 4 akten

Own fault : drama in 4 acts Eygene shuld : moderne familyen drama in 4...

D33254 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

One of a thousand : a comedy in 3 acts Eyne fun toyzend : komedye in 3 akten

One of a thousand : a comedy in 3 acts Eyne fun toyzend : komedye in 3...

D33589 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Galathea, or, Woman always woman : fantastic drama in 4 acts (musical) Galathea, oder, Froy blaybt froy : fantastishe drama in 4 akten

Galathea, or, Woman always woman : fantastic drama in 4 acts (musical)...

D34321 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Her mistake : a drama in 4 acts with music Ihr misteyk : drame in 4 akten mit muzik

Her mistake : a drama in 4 acts with music Ihr misteyk : drame in 4 ak...

D37047 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Thi sic feeling of justice : muscle sic comedy in 4 act sic Der yoysher : eyn komishe operete in 4 akten

Thi sic feeling of justice : muscle sic comedy in 4 act sic Der yoyshe...

D36390 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

Love and duty : musical comedy in 3 acts Liebe un pflikht : komedye mit gezang in 3 akten

Love and duty : musical comedy in 3 acts Liebe un pflikht : komedye mi...

D54978 From the collections of the African and Middle Eastern Division, Hebraic Section.

A Texas Steer

A Texas Steer

(Working copy; copyright problems resolved) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL.

Othello

Othello

(Includes director's and stage manager's notes; Blackstone Theatre, Chicago, 4/11/39 ©4/27/39; edited for stage by Ian Keith) Production locations: Chicago, IL.

Comedy of Errors

Comedy of Errors

(Clean script; no details) Production locations: New York, NY.

Turn to the Right

Turn to the Right

(Clean script; from National Service Bureau) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Indianapolis, IN; New York, NY.

A Texas Steer

A Texas Steer

(Clean script; from National Service Bureau; no details) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL.

Androcles and the Lion

Androcles and the Lion

(Clean script; dated 2/10/39; time notations in margins; no other details) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Seattle, WA.

Macbeth

Macbeth

(Working copy; adapted by Harold Vrees) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Oakland, CA; Bridgeport, CT; Hartford, CT; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Cincinnati, OH; Dallas, TX.

The First Lady of the Land or Dolly Madison

The First Lady of the Land or Dolly Madison

(Clean script; property of Henry B. Harris, Hudson Theatre, N.Y.C.) Production locations:

Macbeth

Macbeth

(Clean script; "Adaptation for The Colored Unit"; Los Angeles regional office; appears to Welles version; from FTP Play Bureau library) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Oakland, CA; Bridgeport, CT; Hartfo... more

The Disappointment

The Disappointment

(Clean script; no details) Production locations: New Haven, CT; New York, NY.

The Rivals

The Rivals

(Working copy; possibly belonged to George LeGuere of 130 W. 44th Street; actors' names included; New York City; "Announcement" with information about the play is folded inside) Production locations: New York, NY.

Turn to the Right

Turn to the Right

(Working copy) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Indianapolis, IN; New York, NY.

Three Wise Fools

Three Wise Fools

(Clean script; no details) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Tampa, FL; Chicago, IL; Omaha, NE; Milwaukee, WI.

The Disappointment

The Disappointment

(Clean script; from National Service Bureau; no details) Production locations: New Haven, CT; New York, NY.

The Scarecrow

The Scarecrow

(Working copy; belonged to Henry B. Harris of the Hudson Theatre in New York City) Production locations:

The Disappointment

The Disappointment

(Clean script; minor corrections; no other details) Production locations: New Haven, CT; New York, NY.

The Devil's Disciple

The Devil's Disciple

(Working script; Los Angeles regional office) Production locations: Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; New Orleans, LA; Newark, NJ.

Androcles and the Lion

Androcles and the Lion

(National Service Bureau script; dated 1/24/39; clean script) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Seattle, WA.

Androcles and the Lion

Androcles and the Lion

(Folder contains 21 playscript sides) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Seattle, WA.

Androcles and the Lion

Androcles and the Lion

(Folder contains 19 playscript sides) Production locations: Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Seattle, WA.

Heart of Maryland

Heart of Maryland

(typed 6/2/39) Production locations:

 Script for Appalachian spring, between 10 July 1943

Script for Appalachian spring, between 10 July 1943

Reproduced with the permission of the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc (Copyright Notice)

Musical Comedy Tonight - III director's script

Musical Comedy Tonight - III director's script

Lyrics and dialogue from: "Leave it to Jane" "Here's a Howdy Do" "They Didn't Believe Me" "Cleopatterer" "Facinating Rhythm" "Thou Swell" "To Keep My Love Alive" "Show Boat" "Ol' Man River" "Can't Hel... more

Ev'rybody Orders Me Around

Ev'rybody Orders Me Around

3/28/78 (date) Written for Sesame Street, but never aired. (General)

Moster Matilda På Nattklubb I Stockholm, undated

Moster Matilda På Nattklubb I Stockholm, undated

Sketch draft (Content) Courtesy of the estate of Erik Zetterström. (Copyright Notice)

Good Clean Dirt lyric drafts

Good Clean Dirt lyric drafts

Written for Sesame Street, but never aired. (General)

 Danny Kaye Special "Patter Song." Commercial for General Motors aired during "An Hour With Danny Kaye," 103060

Danny Kaye Special "Patter Song." Commercial for General Motors aired...

General Motors sponsored the 1960 CBS TV special "An Hour With Danny Kaye." The show contains several advertisement spots for the car company. (General)

 Scene between Danny and Clarence

Scene between Danny and Clarence

Refers to the song "Chacun a son gout." (General)

 Script for Appalachian spring, between 5291943 and 7101943

Script for Appalachian spring, between 5291943 and 7101943

Reproduced with the permission of the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc (Copyright Notice)

 USC Lecture Series, February 29, 1972 - Rhyming -- Gilbert & Sullivan

USC Lecture Series, February 29, 1972 - Rhyming -- Gilbert & Sullivan

From the University of Southern California course on Musical Comedy from the spring semester of 1972. (General)

 Musical Comedy Tonight - III

Musical Comedy Tonight - III

Handwritten in green marker on the first page: original. (General) 5/22/85 (date)

Re-Take Shoot Musical Comedy Tonight - III

Re-Take Shoot Musical Comedy Tonight - III

Complete script with edits. (General) No date. (General)

Here He Comes Now

Here He Comes Now

Comic scene. (General)

 USC Lecture Series, February 15, 1972 - Beginnings of Musical Comedy

USC Lecture Series, February 15, 1972 - Beginnings of Musical Comedy

From the University of Southern California course on Musical Comedy from the spring semester of 1972. (General)

Brooklyn for Beginners

Brooklyn for Beginners

Script/lyrics for a stage number. Written for Danny with audience participation. (General) Unknown lyricist. (General)

The Danny Kaye Show, radio script, February 3, 1945

The Danny Kaye Show, radio script, February 3, 1945

Saturday, February 3, 1945 5:00 - 5:30 P.M., PWT (date) Revised. (General) Hollywood (General)

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