PCL MS 001 Norman Daniels Collection
Norman Daniels is an author who has worked in several genres of popular fiction. Literary manuscripts, television and radio scripts, and printed stories form the core of the collection.
Norman Daniels and his wife Dorothy had transferred the bulk of their manuscripts and collections to the Browne Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green State University, by 1985. The collection is open to research, however, the duplication of materials must comply with applicable copyright laws. This register was compiled Mark R. McDermott, Graduate Assistant in Popular Culture Studies, in May 1986 and updated in July 2009 by Patricia Falk.
Norman Daniels was born in Connecticut. He attended Columbia and Northwestern Universities, and worked at a number of jobs before turning to writing full-time in the 1930's. He married the former Dorothy Smith in 1931.
Daniels' best-known creation during the era of the pulp thriller magazines was Tony Quinn, "the Black Bat," whose adventures he chronicled in Black Book Detective from 1939 TO 1952. He also contributed to the Doc Savage, Phantom Detective, and Don Winslow of the Navy series, among others, and wrote stories in the sports, science fiction, western, and other genres.
In the broadcast field, Daniels wrote a number of scripts and stories for radio, and worked as scriptwriter for the Nick Carter radio series. In the 1950's Daniels sold dramas and Westerns to television, and saw two of his short stories adapted for Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Through the 1960's and 70's Daniels wrote for mystery magazines and mass-market paperbacks. His books include spy thrillers, adaptations of television shows, doctor and nurse novels, Gothics and romances, some of which were published under the name of his wife Dorothy.
Norman has largely retired from writing following completion of a five novel series set at the "Wyndward" plantation in the years surrounding the Civil War. He and his wife Dorothy lived in Camarillo, California until Norman's death in 1995.
Scope and Content
The Norman Daniels Collection contains the literary manuscripts for several of Daniels' works, including novels, short stories (mostly mysteries and thrillers), and television and radio scripts. Also included is a collection of clippings from movie magazines from the 1910s through the 1920s, showing many stars and scenes from movies of that period.
Researchers interested in the process of writing scripts, paperbacks, and magazine fiction, or who seek visual references of the late silent film era will find this collection of research value.
- 1961, 1970 -1978, 1980, 1982 -1984
- Arranged by subject.
- This includes fan mail, correspondence with publishers, and letters to and from BGSU faculty and students.
- Research Notes
Television and Radio Scripts
Printers' Proof Sheets
Printed Articles (photocopies)
- 1941, 1954-1965, 1967-1969, 1972-1975, 1982, 1984, n.d.
- Arranged alphabetically by title.
- Typed manuscripts, many with holograph corrections by author and editors, of five novels, one short story, and eleven teleplays, and four radio scripts adapted from Daniels' stories.
- Proof sheets and galleys of various literary works.
Photocopies of short stories and articles as they appeared in their respective publications.
- Correspondence and legal documents relating to specific works, filed along with the works referred to.
- Newspaper clipping of capsule TV listing, book reviews, and other items related specific works.
- News Clippings
- 1924 -1929, n.d.
- Arranged alphabetically by title of movie.
- Clipping from movie fan magazines depicting scenes from motion pictures or portraits of movie performers. Many have holograph notations identifying the movie the clip is from, and the performers in the clipping. These notations are included in this register.
- 1958 -1971, 1981
- Arranged by title.
- Includes minutes and materials from the Screen Actor's Guild, periodicals from writer's organization, and Hollywood publications. Also includes articles about Daniels from other periodicals.
|1||Fan mail||1961, 1973-76, 1978, 1980, 1982|
|2||Correspondence with publishers||1970-1975, 1977|
|3||Correspondence with BGSU faculty and students||1975, 1980, 1983, 1985|
|4||Correspondence concerning Black Bat and German Fledermaus characters||1983 -1984|
|5||Transcribed conversations with BGSU faculty||1975|
|6||Photocopy of short story Act of Friendship from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 35, no. 5. 10 pages on 6 sheets||May, 1960|
|7||Final draft teleplay of Alfred Hitchcock Presents Episode: Conversation Over a Corpse Carbon on yellow paper~pages. Holograph notes by the author.||Nov. 18, 1956|
|8||License agreement with Shamley Productions for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Episode: “The Door Without a Key”. 5 pages plus 8 1/2 X 2" rider. Holograph comments by Daniels||Jan. 16, 1962|
|9||Photocopy of short story “The Art of Murder” from The Saint Mystery Magazine, Vol. 15, no. 2. 10 pages on 5 sheets (author and title listed on cover copy).||December, 1961|
|10||Photocopy of short story “Beach House” from The Saint Mystery Magazine, Vol. 22, no. 4. 14 1/2 pages on 8 sheets.||August, 1965|
|11||Photocopy of short story The Beelzebub Wish from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Magazine, Vol. 4, no. 2. 11 pages on 6 sheets.||April, 1967|
|12||Original magazine pages and photocopy of short story “The Big Burn” from Argosy along with presentation folder from the MCA Story Department, in which the pages were bound by Daniels' agency. 8 pages each.
Letter to Daniels' agent from Gold Medal Books, with suggestions for a novel-length treatment of the story. Holograph comments in margin.
Carbon of Daniels' reply noting changes, and changing title for book to My Dying Day. (No book by either title is known. It either fell through or was printed with a different title.)
Feb. 27, 1961
March 14, 1961
|13||Pulp series novel Murder Calls the Black Bat. Reduced size facsimile reprint of Black Book Detective, Sept. 1939. Printed by the “Old Book Collectors and Readers Club”, Athens, Greece. Contains complete story, omitting filler and ad pages. 84 pages.||n.d.|
|14||Short story “Blond, Beautiful and Dead”. Printed on one full-size newspaper page from the Chicago American, Part 2, pg. 11||Sept. 15, 1956|
|15||Photocopy of short story “Burden of Guilt” from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Magazine, Vol. 3, no. 3, Sept. 1967. 14 pages on 7 sheets.||September, 1967|
|16||Photocopy of short story “Callahan's Hat” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Vol. 38, no. 1. 10 pages on 6 sheets. (Author's name on cover)||July, 1961|
|17||First draft of novel Chase (based on TV series), 146 typed pages (plus cover page) with holograph corrections||(1974?)|
|18||Final draft of novel Chase, 229 typed pages with printer's proof marks and note to Daniels from publisher||(1974?)|
|19||Final draft of novel Chase, 228 page carbon copy
Notice from publisher of manuscript's return
One page fan letter, with envelope
May 10, 1974
|20||Photocopy of short story “Chink in the Armor” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 36, no. 9. 10 pages on 6 sheets. (Author's name on cover)||September, 1960|
|21||Rough draft teleplay for Colt .45. Episode: “The Deserters”. 8 pages of script, followed by 3 page synopsis Carbon copy with holograph pencil notes. (originally submitted to Cheyenne as “Overdue Patrol”)
Typed 2 page plot synopsis for Overdue Patrol. Carbon copy
|22||First draft teleplay for Colt .45 Episode: “The Deserters” (Submitted as “Overdue Patrol”) 41 page carbon copy with holograph pencil notes
Second draft teleplay of “Overdue Patrol”. Carbon copy
August 9, 1957
|23||Final production teleplay for Colt .45 Episode: “The Deserters” 35 pages in green Colt .45 cover. (Credits read: "Teleplay by Tony Barrett and Frederic Brady, Story by Norman Daniels")
Notice of Tentative Writing Credits from Warner Brothers. 1 page carbon on printed form.Data for Records form from Warner Brothers. 1 page carbon on printed form, with envelope. (Episode aired March 28, 1958, guest-starring Angie Dickinson. Wayde Preston played Chris Colt.)
|January 8, 1958
January 10, 1958January 21, 1958
|24||Photocopy of short story “Dead Man's Millions” from The Saint Detective Magazine, Vol. 5, no. 1. 9 pages on 5 sheets||January, 1956|
|25||Manuscript of short story “Deadline at Dusk”
21 page typed carbon, plus cover page
Telegram notice of acceptance from Adventure Magazine. Daniels' reply written on telegram.Telegram notice of story being moved to Argosy. Daniels' reply written on telegram.
Feb. 20, 1958March 6, 1958
|1||Photocopy of short story “Duet” from Bestseller Mystery Magazine, Vol. 2, no. 6. 13 pages on 7 sheets.||November, 1960|
|2||Photocopy of short story “Final Hour” from The Saint Detective Magazine, Vol. 4, no. 3. 8 pages on 4 sheets||September, 1955|
|3||Draft of teleplay for Ford Theatre. Episode: “Measure of Faith”, 40 pages carbon typed on yellow paper. Holograph note by author.||(1948-57?)|
|4||First draft pages 1 to 183, typed, with holograph corrections.|
|5||First draft pages 184 to 369, typed, with holograph corrections.|
|6||Final draft pages 1 to 200, typed carbon.|
|7||Final draft pages 201 to 400, typed carbon.|
|8||Final draft pages 401 to 605, typed carbon.
(Published in 1984 by Warner Books.
Fifth and last of Daniels' Wyndward series.)
|1||Photocopy of short story “A Funeral for Patrolman Cameron” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 42, no. 1. 9 pages on 5 sheets.
Photocopied pages of story as reprinted in unidentified school textbook. 10 pages.
|2||Teleplay for General Electric Theatre. Episode: “Silent Ambush”, Second draft typed carbon, with author's notes. 35 pages. (Originally titled “Dead Silence”)
Cover letter to contract for “Dead Silence”. 1 page.
Notice of Tentative Writing Credits for Silent Ambush, 1 page with envelope.
Photocopy of newspaper capsule listings.Photocopy of page from Daily Variety with review of Silent Ambush. (Episode aired January 26, 1958, starring Alan Ladd, Edgar Buchanan, and Strother Martin. Series host: Ronald Reagan)
Oct. 2, 1957
Dec. 10, 1957
(Jan. 26, 1958?)
Jan. 28, 1958
|3||Photocopy of short story “The Homely One” from St. Anthony Messenger, Vol. 68, no. 4 pages.||July, 1960|
|4||Photocopy of short story “The Hour of the Man” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine,Vol.21, no.6. 11 pages on 6 sheets. (Author's name on cover)||November, 1967|
|5||Radio script for Invisible Theater, Episode 14: London Bridge is...” 27 mimeographed pages plus cover page. (Reads: "Adapted for radio by Irving Strouse from a story by Norman Daniels." Aired by WINS, New York)||May 11, 1941
(Live air date)
|6||Radio script for Invisible Theater, Episode 20: “The Vanishing House”, 29 mimeographed pages plus cover page (last page missing). Holograph notes. (Reads: "Adapted for radio by Irving Strouse from a story by Norman Daniels:" Aired by WINS, New York)||June 22, 1941
(Live air date)
|7||Radio script for Invisible Theater, Episode 21: “Stranger in Town”, 29 mimeographed pages plus cover page. Holograph notes. (Reads: "Adapted for radio by Irving Strouse from a story by Norman Daniels.")||June 29, 1941
(Live air date)
|8||Photocopy of short story “Killer at the Wheel” from Climax, Vol. 5, no. 4. 6 pageS:||January, 1960|
|9||Photocopy of short story “Killer at the Window” from Argosy, Vol. 347, no. 1. 7 pages.
Publishing history of story. One page, typed.
Correspondence regarding TV sale of story to Warner Brothers. 4 letters.
Correspondence regarding overseas reprints.
Letter from Argosy reassigning copyright to Daniels for overseas sales.
July 28, 1958
|10||Photocopy of short story “Laura Rarely Takes Chances” from The Saint Detective Magazine, Vol. 5, no. 4. 9 pages on 5 sheets||April, 1956|
|11||Photocopy of short story “Left Hand of Justice” from Bestseller Mystery Magazine, Vol. 2, no. 2. 14 pages on 8 sheets. (Author and title listed on cover)||March, 1960|
|12||Manuscript for novel License to Kill Final typed draft, with printer's proof marks. Pages 1-119. (Kelly Carvel series)||1972|
|13||Manuscript for novel License to Kill Final typed draft, with printer's proof marks. Pages 120-237. (Kelly Carvel series)||1972|
|14||Photocopy of short story “Loophole” from The Saint Mystery Magazine, Vol. 15, no. 5. 10 pages on 5 sheets.||March, 1962|
|15||Photocopy of short story “The Magic Bullet” from Climax, Vol. 6, no. 3. 6 pages||June, 1959|
|16||Photocopy of short story “A Man's Choice” from Climax, Vol. 3, no. T. 5 pages.||October, 1958|
|17||Photocopy of short story “Memory Man” from Bestseller Mystery Magazine, Vol. 2, no. 5. 10 pages on 6 sheets.||September, 1960|
|18||Photocopy of short story “Mr. Dove Retires” from The Saint Mystery Magazine, Vol. 10, no. 6. 12 pages on 6 sheets.||December, 1958|
|19||Photocopy of short story “The Most Beautiful Mannequin in the World” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 44, no. 5. 9 pages on 15 sheets.||November, 1964|
|1||Plot synopsis, 7 carbon typed pages with cover. (Written as "Suzanne Sommers")
First draft, 168 typed pages, with holograph corrections.
|Oct. 4, 1973
|2||Final draft, 282 typed carbon pages.||(1974?)|
|3||Final draft, 282 typed pages returned by printer.||(1974?)|
|4||Printer's galley proofs. Printed on 59 sheets of 25" X7 1/2" newsprint. (Published as by "Dorothy Daniels")
Photocopy of book review from Publisher's Weekly, page 61. One sheet.
July 14, 1975
|1||Photocopy of short story “The Red Knife from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 20, no. 2. 12 pages on 6 sheets. (Author's name on cover).||January, 1967|
|2||Teleplay for Restless Gun, Episode: “Lady by Law”, Preliminary draft. 38 carbon typed pages with 3 cover pages. (This may be a generic script not specific to any program. Hero is named "Clay Ramsey".)||(1959?)|
|3||Teleplay for Restless Gun, Episode: “Lady by Law”, Second draft. 37 carbon typed pages with two cover pages. Holograph notes. (Hero's name changed to series hero "Vint Bonner.")
Agreement notification from Revue Productions One page typed onto form letter.
Notice of Tentative Writing Credits. One page typed onto ditto.
Photocopy of various newspaper capsule listings for “Lady by Law” episode. One page.
|March 7, 1959
March 17, 1959
March 23, 1959
May 11, 1959
|4||Teleplay for Restless Gun, Episode: “One on the House”, Preliminary draf~ 38 typed carbon pages with 3 cover sheets. Holograph notes. (May be a generic script. Hero is named "Clint Branner")||(1958?)|
|5||Teleplay for Restless Gun, Episode: “One on the House”, Second draft. 37 typed carbon pages with three cover pages (Hero changed to series hero Vint Bonner).
Notice of Tentative Writing Credits. Carbon typed to ditto. One page, with envelope.
Photocopy of newspaper and TV Guide capsule listings. One page.
Feb. 11, 1959
April 20, 1959
|6||Photocopy of short story “The Retirement of Muldoon” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 9, no.3. 12 pages on 6 sheets.||March 1962|
|7||Photocopy of publisher's form letter from Martin Greenberg, requesting permission to reprint the short story Sealed Orders for Pinnacle Books. (No story avaliable)||Sept. 17, 1982|
|8||Photocopy of short story “Second Best” from Extension: the National Catholic Monthly, Vol. 54, no. 11. Six reduced-size pages. (Original story pages are 10" x 14")||April, 1960|
|9||Photocopy of short story “Setup for Dying” from Argosy, Vol. 349, no. 1. 6 pages.||July, 1959|
|10||Royalty statement for novel Shadow of a Doubt from Fawcett Books. Typed to form letter.
Correspondence regarding sale of movie option for Shadow of a Doubt in France. 3 letters.
|July 31, 1961
|Shadow of a Man|
|11||Plot synopsis, 5 typed pages plus cover page, with holograph corrections. Uses "Suzanne Somers" pseudonym.
Revised and expanded synopsis, 9 typed carbon pages plus cover page. "Suzanne Somers" crossed out, "Angela Grey" pseudonym written in.
Synopsis, 9 typed carbon pages plus cover page, uses "Angela Gray" pseudonym.First draft. 206 typed pages plus cover page, with holograph corrections. Uses "Dorothy Daniels" pseudonym.
Jan. 19, 1973
|12||Final draft. 289 typed carbon pages plus cover page. Uses "Dorothy Daniels" pseudonym.||(1973?)|
|13||Photocopy of short story “She Wouldn't Go Away” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 22, no. 3. 6 pages on 4 sheets.||February, 1968|
|14||Photocopy of short story “The Small House” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 21, no. 4. 11 pages on 6 sheets.||September, 1967|
|15||Photocopy of short story “Something Has to Break” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 35, no. 6. 11 pages on 6 sheets.||June, 1960|
|16||Radio script for Star-Spangled Theatre, Episode 32: “Beyond Tomorrow” (Air date) Final production script. 21 mimeograph pages plus cover page. (Credits read "Story by Norman Daniels Adapted for radio by Irving Strouse.1I Aired over WJZ and NBC Blue Network)
Layout guide for trade ad promoting Star-Spangled Theatre, (“Beyond Tomorrow”) and Invisible Theatre. 2 copies.
|July 13, 1941
|17||Photocopy of short story “Strictly a Neighborhood Problem” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 40, no. 2. 11 pages on 6 sheets.||August, 1962|
|18||Photocopy of short story “The Tin Sword” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 20, no. 4. 16 pages on 8 sheets. (Author's name listed on cover).||March, 1967|
|19||Photocopy of short story “The Town That Will Never Forget” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Vol. 37, no. 1. 11 pages on 6 sheets. (Author's name listed on cover)
Correspondence with Scott, Foresman Co., concerning reprinting of “The Town That Will Never Forget” in a textbook. 3 letters.
|20||Photocopy of short story “The Trap” from Keyhole Mystery Magazine, Vol. 1, no. 2. 10 pages on 5 sheets, including illustration by Jack Davis. (Title and Author listed on cover)||June, 1960|
|21||Photocopy of short story “Two Sides to Everything” from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine,
Vol. 35, no. 3. 9 pages on 5 sheets.
|1||Photocopy of short story “The Unleashed” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 26, no. 1. 13 pages on 7 sheets.||December, 1969|
|2||Photocopy of short story “The Uptown Man” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 20, no. 5. 11 pages on 6 sheets.||April, 1967|
|3||Printer's proof sheets for newspaper serial The Violent Mind. 24 chapters on five 18" x 23" sheets for use by subscribing newspapers. Syndication dates: June 24 to July 25.
Copyright claim notice for The Violent Mind sent with letter dated Sept. 24, 1959 from NEA syndicate. Two pages with envelope.
Photocopy of serialization agreement with NEA for The Violent Mind (Original title: Creature of the Mind). Sent with cover letter dated May 12, 1959. 2 pages with envelope.
Printer's proof for newspaper ads promoting The Violent Mind. One 13 3/4" x 18 3/4" sheet.
June 1, 1959
Feb. 27, 1959
|4||Teleplay for The Web, Episode 202: “A Matter of Degree”, Production script. 51 mimeograph pages plus two cover pages.
Television writer's contract for “A Matter of Degree”. Carbon typed to 2 mimeograph pages.
Freelance writer's agreement with Goodson-Todman Productions. Carbon typed to mimeograph. 6 pages.
Rights assignment agreement for “A Matter of Degree”. Carbon typed to mimeo. 9 pages.
(The Web was revived as a filmed summer replacement series in 1957. The last two documents involved Daniels' rewriting of his script for a half-hour show, which aired July 7, 1957.)
|August 8, 1954
July 28, 1954
Jan. 4, 1956
Jan. 5, 1956
|5||Teleplay for The Web Episode 209: “Welcome Home”, Production script. 55 mimeograph pages plus one cover page.
Television writer's contract for “Welcome Home”, Sept. 14, 1954, Carbon typed to 2 mimeograph pages. (Last show of the series. Lead role of "Carol Gordon" played by Joanne Woodward.)
|6||Photocopy of short story “Well in Hand” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 22, no. 1. 10 pages on 6 sheets||December, 1967|
|7||TV plot synopsis for Whispering Smith, Episode: “The Scarlet Masks” 2 page carbon typed synopsis with holograph notes.
Expanded plot synopsis for “The Scarlet Masks”. 5 carbon typed pages.
Writer's Agreement notice from Revue Productions. One page.
Teleplay for Whispering Smith, Episode: “The Scarlet Masks”, Working rough drafts. 68 pages, both typed and carbon, with holgraph notes.
Teleplay for Whispering Smith, Episode: “The Scarlet Masks” Final draft of script. 34 carbon typed pages plus one cover page. (Present research can find no episode by this title. It may have aired with a different name. Series ran in the summer of 1961 starring Audie Murphy.)
June 26, 1959
|8||Photocopy of short story “The Wisdom the Wicked” from Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, Vol. 21, no. 1. 10 pages on 5 sheets||June, 1967|
|9||Photocopy of short story “With His Eyes Shut Tight” from Mystery Digest, Vol. 3, no. 3. 10 pages on 6 sheets. (Title and author's name on cover.)||March, 1959|
|10||Photocopy of article “Woman Motorist of the Century” from Petroleum Today, Vol. 2, no. 2. 3 pages.
Interview notes for article “Woman Motorist of the Century”. Notes were taken on the backs of draft manuscript pages. 6 sheets.
Correspondence with American Petroleum Institute regarding article “Woman Motorist of the Century”. 2 letters.
|1||Story and character notes for novel, 6 sheets of holograph notes.
Plot synopsis, 5 carbon pages plus cover page.
|2||First draft pages 1 to 221 (chapters 1 to 12), typed with holograph corrections.|
|3||First draft pages 221A to 437 (chapters 13 to 24), typed with holograph corrections.|
|4||Final draft pages 1 to 310 (chapters 1 to 12), carbon typed.|
|5||Final draft pages 311 to 623 (chapters 13 to 24), carbon typed.|
|1||First draft pages 1 to 204 (chapters 1 to 14). Typed, with holograph corrections.|
|2||First draft pages 204A to 413 (chapters 15 to 29). Typed, with holograph corrections.|
|3||Final draft pages 1 to 323 (chapters 1 to 15). Carbon typed.|
|4||Final draft pages 324 to 625 (chapters 16 to 29). Carbon typed.|
|1||First draft pages 1 to 208 (chapters 1 to 12). Typed, with holograph corrections.|
|2||First draft pages 209 to 449 (chapters 13 to 26). Typed, with holograph corrections.|
|3||Final draft pages 1 to 324 (chapters 1 to 13). Carbon typed.|
|4||Final draft pages 325 to 642 (chapters 14 to 26). Carbon typed.|
|1||Draft of teleplay for Zane Grey Theater, Episode “No Man Living” 73 pages plus cover page, typed on yellow paper. (Submitted as “Not for the Rope”)
Draft of teleplay for Zane Grey Theater, Episode “No Man Living” 73 pages plus cover page, carbon typed. (Submitted as “Not for the Rope”)
Photocopies of newspaper ads and capsule reviews for repeat of “No Man Living” as an episode of Frontier Justice. 2 pages.(Originally aired June 13, 1958)
August 24, 1959
|2||Draft of teleplay for Zane Grey Theater, Episode “The Three Graves” 38 pages plus cover page, typed on yellow paper with holograph note by the author
Draft of teleplay for Zane Grey Theater, Episode “The Three Graves” 38 pages plus cover page, carbon typed.
Photocopies of newspaper ads and capsule reviews for repeat of “The Three Graves” as an episode of Frontier Justice. 2 pages. (Episode starred Jack Lemmon)
|Sept. 9, 1956
July 6, 1959
|3||Form letter from Screen Actor's Guild. 4 pages
Form memo from Screen Actor's Guild. 3 pages
Minutes of Screen Actor's Guild meeting. 6 pages.
Minutes of Screen Actor's Guild meeting. 5 pages, plus 3 page addendum on a strike vote.
Minutes of Screen Actor's Guild special meeting. 3 pages.
Digest of Screen Actor's Guild contracts. 32 loose leaf pages with cover page.
Screen Actor's Guild Commercials Contract. 80 loose leaf pages with cover page.
Screen Actor's Guild Television Contract. 64 loose leaf pages with cover page.
Producer SAG Codified Basic Agreement. 174 pages plus cover page.
|March 31, 1968
May 8, 1971
June 7, 1971
June 18, 1971
Nov. 2, 1967
|4||Author's Guild Bulletin. 9 issues.||1961 - 1968|
|5||Daily Variety with marked article on front page about Jaik Rosenstein, publisher of Hollywood Close-up.||Nov. 12, 1970|
|6||Dramatist's Bulletin. 8 issues||1962 - 1963|
|7||Hollywood Close-up. 45 issues||1958 - 1960, 1966|
|8||Hollywood Close-up. 23 issues||1967, 1970 - 1971|
|9||Writer's Forum. 6 issues||1963 - 1964|
|10||Writer's Guild of America/West Newsletter. 13 issues (continues Writer's Forum)||1965 - 1966|
|11||Writer's Guild of America/West Newsletter. 16 issues||1967 - 1968|
|12||Photocopy of article “The Amazing Norman Daniels” by Will Murray, from an-unidentified pulp collectors' fanzine. 5 pages.
Photocopy of article “Norman Daniels: The Writer Assemblyline” by Michael Barson from Paperback Quarterly, Vol. 4, no. 3. 12 pages on 7 sheets.
|(NOTE: The following three boxes contain clippings from movie magazines with scenes from films of the 1910s through the 1920s. They are arranged by film title, followed by the names of performers in the pictures. Names and titles in parentheses are of performers and films found on the backs of the clippings.)|
|1||Abie's Irish Rose. Nancy Carroll, Bernard Gorcey, Jean Hersholt. (The Love Mart)||1929|
|2||Abraham Lincoln. George Billings, Ruth Clifford.||1924|
|3||The Ace of Cads. Adolphe Menjou, Alice Joyce, Susan Fleming.||1926|
|4||The Actress. Norma Shearer, Owen Moore, Virginia Pearson, Gwen Lee, William Humphrey, Ralph Forbes. (The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, A Girl in Every Port)||1928|
|5||Adam's Rib. Pauline Garon, Theodore Kosloff, Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson, Elliot Dexter, Julia Faye, Clarence Burton.||1923|
|6||An Affair of the Follies. Billie Dove. (Stark Love)||1927|
|7||The Amateur Gentleman. Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy Dunbar, Nigel Barrie, Gardner James. (Tell it to the Marines)||1926|
|8||America. Neil Hamilton, Carol Dempster, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Bennett, Harry O'Neill.||1924|
|9||The Angel of Broadway. Leatrice Joy.||1927|
|10||Anna Christie. Blanche Sweet.||1923|
|11||Annie Laurie. Lillian Gish, Norman Kerry. (Adolphe Menjou, Charlie Roy, Conrad Nagel) (Syncopating Sue)||1927|
|12||Are Parents People? Betty Bronson, Florence Vidor, Adolphe Menjou, Lawrence Grey.||1925|
|13||Argentine Love. Bebe Daniels, Ricardo Cortez.||1924|
|14||Ashes of Vengeance. Norma Talmadge, Courtenay Foote, Conway Teale||1923|
|15||Barbed Wire. Pola Negri.||1927|
|16||Beau Brummel. John Barrymore, Mary Astor, Carmel Myers, Irene Rich, Willard Louis.||1924|
|17||Beau Geste. Ronald Colman, Ralph Forbes, Neil Hamilton, William Powell, Noah Beery. (Tom Mix)||1927|
|18||Beau Sabreur. Gary Cooper, Evelyn Brent.||1928|
|19||Beggar on Horseback. Edward Everett Horton, Esther Ralston, Gertrude Short, James Mason.||1925|
|20||Behind the Front. Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton, Chester Conklin.||1926|
|21||Bella Donna. Po1a Negri, Conway Tearle.||1923|
|22||The Beloved Rogue. John Barrymore, Mack Swain,Slim Summerville.||1927|
|23||Ben-Hur. Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Bushman, Frank Currier, Fred Niblo, Marcus Lowe.||1925|
|24||The Better 'Ole. Syd Chaplin, Doris Hill, Harold Goodwin. (Tom Wise)||1926|
|25||Beverly of Graustark. Marion Davies, Antonio Moreno.||1926|
|26||The Big Parade. John Gilbert.||1925|
|27||The Birth of a Nation. Lillian Gish, Henry Walthall.||1915.|
|28||Black Oxen. Corinne Griffith, Conway Tearle, Clara Bow.||1924|
|29||The Black Pirate. Douglas Fairbanks, Billie Dove.||1926|
|30||The Blackbird. Lon Chaney, Renee Adoree.||1926|
|31||Blood and Sand. Rudolph Valentino, Lila Lee.||1922|
|32||The Blue Danube. Leatrice Joy.||1928|
|33||Born Rich. Doris Kenyon, Claire Windsor, Bert Lytell, Jackie Ott.||1924|
|34||Bought and Paid For. Agnes Ayers, Jack Holt.||1922|
|35||A Boy of Flanders. Jackie Coogan, Teddy the Dog.||1924|
|36||Boy of Mine. Ben Alexander, Henry Walthall.||1923|
|37||Broadway Nights. Lois Wilson.||1927|
|38||Burning Sands. Milton Sills, Wanda Hawley.||1922|
|39||Camille. Norma Talmadge, Gilbert Roland. (Broadway Nights, The Heart Thief, Convoy, Rookies, Slide, Kelly, Slide)||1922|
|40||The Campus Flirt. Bebe Daniels, Charles Paddock.||1926|
|41||Captain Blood. J. Warren Kerrigan.||1924|
|42||Captain Salvation. Lars Hanson, Marceline Day, George Fawcett, Sam de Grasse. (Tom Tyler)||1927|
|43||Casey at the Bat. Wallace Beery.||1927|
|44||Chang. Bimbo the Monkey.||1927|
|45||Charley's Aunt. Syd Chaplin.||1925|
|46||Chickie. Dorothy Mackaill, Paul Nicholson, John Bowers.||1925|
|47||The Chinese Parrot. Edmund Burris, Marian Nixon.||1927|
|48||The Circus. Charlie Chaplin, Merna Kennedy.||1928|
|49||Classified. Corinne Griffith.||1925|
|50||Columbus. Fred Eric, Dolores Cassinelli.||1923|
|51||Convoy. Buster Collier, Larry Gray.||1927|
|52||The Covered Wagon. Lois Wilson, Ernest Torrance, Tully Marshall, Guy Oliver, J. Warren Kerrigan, Alan Hale.||1923|
|53||The Cradle. Ernest Clayton, Mary Jane Irving.||1922|
|54||Cradle Snatchers. Arthur Lake, Ethel Wales, Louise Fazenda, Dorothy Philips. (Garden of Allah)||1927|
|55||The Crowd. James Murray, Eleanor Boardman, Freddie Burke.||1928|
|56||The Cruise of the Jasper B. Rod La Roque.||1926|
|57||The Crystal Cup. Dorothy Mackaill. (The Stolen Bride, Wings, Topsy and Eva)||1927|
|58||Daddy. Jackie Coogan.||1923|
|59||The Dark Angel. Ronald Colman, Vilma Blanky, Wyndham Standing.||1925|
|60||The Demi-Bride. Norma Shearer, Lew Cody.||1927|
|61||The Devil Horse. The Killer, Rex.||1926|
|62||Dick Turpin. Tom Mix.||1925|
|63||The Divine Lady. Corinne Griffith, H. B. Warner. (Tenth Avenue)||1929|
|64||Dr. Jack. Harold Lloyd.||1923|
|65||Doctor Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde. John Barrymore.||1920|
|66||A Doll's House. Nazimova.||1922|
|67||Don Juan. John Barrymore, Mary Astor, Estelle Taylor, Marion Tally, Vitaphone. (Sally Rand, Dorothy Gish) (Old Ironsides, Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall, Bardelys the Magnificent, Ten Commandments)||1926|
|68||Don Q, Son of Zorro. Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Astor, Stella De Lanti.||1925|
|69||Doomsday. Florence Vidor, Gary Cooper. (The Man Who Laughs)||1928|
|70||Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall. Mary Pickford, Allan Forrest, Marc MacDermott, Estelle Taylor, Claire Eames. (George Arliss)||1924|
|71||The Dove. Norma Talmadge, Gilbert Roland.||1927|
|72||Down to the Sea in Ships. Clara Bow, Raymond McKee, Marguerite Courtot.||1923|
|73||Dream Street. Carole Dempster.||1921|
|74||Drums of Love. Lionel Barrymore, Don Alvarado, Mary Philbin, Eugenie Bessere.||1928|
|75||The Eagle of the Sea. Florence Vidor, Ricardo Cortez.||1926|
|76||East is West. Constance Talmadge.||1922|
|77||Enemies of Women. Lionel Barrymore, Alma Rubens, William Collier, Jr.||1923|
|78||The Enemy. Lillian Gish, Ralph Forbes.||1927|
|79||The Eternal City. Bert Lytell, Lionel Barrymore, Barbara La Marr.||1923|
|80||The Eternal Flame. Norma Talmadge, Irving Cummings, Conway Tearle.||1922|
|81||Eve's Lover. Clara Bow, Willard Louis.||1925|
|82||The Exciters. Bebe Daniels, Antonio Moreno.||1923|
|83||The Exquisite Sinner. Conrad Nagel.||1926|
|84||The Famous Mrs. Fair. Myrtle Stedman, Cullen Landis, Margueritte De La Motte, Huntly Gordon.||1923|
|85||Fashions for Women. Esther Ralston.||1927|
|86||Faust. Emil Jannings, Wilhelm Dieterle, Camilla Horn.||1928|
|87||Fazil. Greta Nissen.||1928|
|88||Feet of Clay. Rod La Rocque, Ricardo Cortez, Vera Reynolds, Julia Faye.||1924|
|89||The Fighting Crowd. Cullen Landis, Mary Astor, Ernest Torrance, Phyllis Haver.||1924|
|90||Fine Manners. Gloria Swanson, Eugene O'Brien.||1926|
|91||The Fire Brigade. May McAvoy, Charles Ray.||1926|
|92||Flirting With Love. Colleen Moore, John Patrick.||1924|
|93||The Fog. Mildred Harris, Cullen Landis, Ralph Lewis.||1923|
|94||The Fool. Edmund Lowe.||1925|
|95||A Fool's Paradise. Conrad Nagel.||1921|
|96||For Heaven's Sake. Harold Lloyd.||1926|
|97||Forbidden Paradise. Pola Negri, Rod La Rocque.||1924|
|98||The Forbidden Woman. Jetta Goudal, Victor Varconi, Joseph Schildkraut.||1927|
|99||Four Devils. Janet Gaynor, Charles Morton, Nancy Drexel, Barry Morton.||1929|
|100||Four Sons. George Meeker, James Hall, Francis X. Bushman, Charles Morton, Margaret Mann. (Gary Cooper, Richard Arlen, Charles Rogers, Ruth Taylor, Louise Brooks)||1928|
|101||The Freshman. Harold Lloyd.||1925|
|102||The Garden of Allah. Alice Terry, Marcel Vibert, Ivan Petrovich. (Ramon Novarro, Jean Hersholt, Norma Shearer, Lillian Knight)||1927|
|103||Garrison's Finish. Jack Pickford, Madge Bellamy.||1923|
|104||The Gaucho. Douglas Fairbanks, Lupe Velez.||1928|
|105||Gigolo. Rod La Rocque, Jobyna Ralston. (James Hall, Einar Hanson, Richard Walling, Andre Mattoni) (Michael Strogoff)||1926|
|106||Girl Shy. Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston.||1924|
|107||The Glimpses of the Moon. Bebe Daniels.||1923|
|108||The Godless Girl. Noah Beery, Marie Prevost, Lina Basquette, Charles Duryea, Eddie Quillain, Milton Holmes, Cecil DeMille (Anna May Wong)||1929|
|109||The Gold Rush. Charles Chaplin, Georgia Hale.||1925|
|110||The Golden Bed. Lillian Rich, Rod La Rocque, Vera Reynolds.||1925|
|111||The Golden Princess. Betty Bronson, Neil Hamilton. (Harrison Ford)||1925|
|112||The Goose Hangs High. Constance Bennett, Edward Peil, Esther Ralston, William Otis.||1925|
|113||Grandma's Boy. Harold Lloyd.||1922|
|114||Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life. Merian Cooper, Ernest Schoesdack. [Article is from Literary Digest.]||1925|
|115||Graustark. Norma Talmadge, Marc MacDermott, Eugene O'Brien.||1925|
|116||The Great Divide. Alice Terry, Conway Tearle, Wallace Beery, ZaSu Pitts.||1925|
|117||The Great Moment. Gloria Swanson, Milton Sills.||1921|
|118||The Greater Glory. Conway Tearle, Anna Q. Nilsson.||1926|
|119||The Green Goddess. George Arliss, Alice Joyce, Jetta Goudal.||1923|
|120||Green Temptation. Betty Compson, Theodore Kosloff.||1922|
|121||Grumpy. Theodore Roberts, May McAvoy, Conrad Nagel.||1923|
|122||The Heart of Maryland. Catherine Calvert, Crane Wilbur.||1921|
|123||Hell's Angels. Ben Lyon, James Hall, Gretta Nissen. (Clara Bow, Adolphe Menjou)||1930|
|124||Her Love Story. Gloria Swanson, Ian Keith, Bert Wales.||1924|
|125||Her Sister from Paris. Constance Talmadge, Ronald Colman, George Arthur.||1925|
|126||The Hero. Gaston Glass, Doris Fawn, Barbara La Marr.||1923|
|127||High Treason. Emil Jannings, Neil Hamilton, Florence Vidor.||1929|
|128||Hollywood. Luke Cosgrave.||1923|
|129||Hot Water. Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston.||1924|
|130||Hotel Imperial. Pola Negri, James Hall.||1927|
|131||Human Wreckage. Mrs. Wallace Reid, James Kirkwood, Bessie LOve.||1923|
|132||The Humming Bird. Gloria Swanson, Edward Burns.||1924|
|133||The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Nigel De Brulier, Harry van Meter.||1923|
|134||Icebound. Lois Wilson.||1924|
|135||If Winter Comes. Percy Marmont, Ann Forrest.||1923|
|136||In Hollywood With Potash and Perlmutter. Alexander Carr, George Sidney, Betty Blythe.||1924|
|137||Into Her Kingdom. Corinne Griffith.||1926|
|138||Irene. Colleen Moore, Lloyd Hughes.||1926|
|139||The Iron Horse. Madge Bellamy, Frances Teague, J. Farrell MacDonald, Charles Edward Bull, George O'Brien.||1924|
|140||Isn't Life Wonderful. Neil Hamilton, Carol Dempster, Lupino Lane, Helen Lowell.||1924|
|141||It. Clara Bow, Antonio Moreno.||1927|
|1||Janice Meredith. Marion Davies.||1924|
|2||Java Head. Leatrice Joy, Albert Roscoe, Raymond Hatton.||1923|
|3||The Jazz Singer. Al Jolson, May McAvoy. (Seena Owen)||1927|
|4||Kick In. Bert Lytell, Walter Long.||1922|
|5||The Kid. Jackie Coogan.||1921|
|6||Kiki. Norma Talmadge, Ronald Colman.||1926|
|7||The King of Kings. Jacqueline Logan, H. B. Warner, Dorothy Cummings, William Boyd, Ernest Torrance, Cecil B. DeMille. (Gary Cooper, Virginia Valli) (Camille, Lovers)||1927|
|8||The King on Main Street. Adolphe Menjou.||1925|
|9||A Kiss for Cinderella. Esther Ralston, Betty Bronson, Tom Moore.||1926|
|10||Kiss Me Again. Marie Prevost, John Roche, Monte Blue.||1925|
|11||Kissed. Marie Prevost, Harold Goodwin.||1922|
|12||The Lady. Norma Talmadge, Wallace MacDonald.||1925|
|13||Lady of the Night. Norma Shearer, Malcolm McGregor, George K. Arthur.||1925|
|14||Lady Windemere's Fan. Irene Rich.||1925|
|15||The Lane that Had No Turning. Agnes Ayers, Theodore Kosloff.||1922|
|16||The Last Command. Emil Jannings.||1927|
|17||The Last Frontier. (Alaska scenery, no actors.)||1926|
|18||The Last Laugh. Emil Jannings.||1925|
|19||Laugh, Clown, Laugh. Lon Chaney, Loretta Young, Nils Asther. (Vamping Venus, Glorious Betsy)||1928|
|20||Law and the Woman. Betty Compson.||1922|
|21||Legion of the Condemned. Gary Cooper, Fay Wray.||1928|
|22||Lilac Time. Colleen Moore, Gary Cooper. (A Girl in Every Port)||1928|
|23||Little Annie Rooney. Mary Pickford.||1925|
|24||Little Lord Fauntleroy. Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater.||1921|
|25||The Little Minister. Betty Compson.||1921|
|26||Little Old New York. Marion Davies, Harrison Ford.||1923|
|27||Little Robinson Crusoe. Jackie Coogan.||1924|
|28||Long Live the King. Jackie Coogan.||1923|
|29||Lorna Doone. John Bowers.||1922|
|30||The Lost World. Lloyd Hughes, Bessie Love, Wallace Beery, Arthur Hart, Lewis Stone, Bull Montana, animated dinosaurs.||1925|
|31||Love Hungry. Lois Moran, Larry Gray.||1928|
|32||The Love of Sunya. Gloria Swanson, John Boles.||1927|
|33||Love's Blindness. Pauline Starke, Antonio Moreno.||1926|
|34||Lovers in Quarantine. Bebe Daniels, Harrison Ford.||1925|
|35||Loves of Carmen. Dolores Del Rio, Victor McLaglen. (The Magic Flame, Garden of Allah, The Wind, Camille)||1927|
|36||Madame Sans-Gene. Gloria Swanson, Charles DeRoche, Arlette Marchal.||1925|
|37||Madonna of the Streets. Milton Sills, Nazimova.||1924|
|38||The Magic Flame. Vilma Banky, Ronald Colman.||1927|
|39||Main Street. Florence Vidor, Monte Blue, Robert Gordon, Noah Beery, Louise Fazenda.||1923|
|40||Male and Female. Gloria Swanson, Lila Lee.||1919|
|41||The Man Life Passed By. Hobart Bosworth, Percy Marmont, Eva Novak.||1923|
|42||The Man Who Found Himself. (Set, no actors.)||1925|
|43||The Man Who Laughs. Conrad Veidt, Josephine Crowell, Mary Philbin, George Segman, Olga Baklanova, Stuart Holmes, Brandon Hurst. (Nick Stuart)||1927|
|44||Man-Woman-Marriage. Dorothy Phillips.||1921|
|45||Manhandled. Gloria Swanson, Tom Moore.||1924|
|46||Mare Nostrum. Antonio Moreno, Alice Terry, Hughie Mack. (Rudolph Valentino)||1926|
|47||The Mark of Zorro. Douglas Fairbanks.||1920|
|48||Maytime. Ethel Shannon, Harrison Ford.||1923|
|49||Men. Pola Negri, Robert Frazer.||1924|
|50||Men of Steel. Milton Sills, Mae Allison.||1926|
|51||Merry-Go-Round. Anton Vaverka, Norman Kerry, Mary Philbin.||1923|
|52||The Merry Widow. Roy D'Arcy.||1925|
|53||Merton of the Movies. Glenn Hunter, Viola Dana.||1924|
|54||Metropolis. (Mostly sets, unidentified actors.)||1927|
|55||Minnie. Leatrice Joy.||1922|
|56||The Miracle Man. Lon Chaney, Betty Compson.||1919|
|57||Miss Lulu Bett. Lois Wilson, Theodore Roberts, Clarence Burton, Milton Sills.||1921|
|58||Mr. Wu. Lon Chaney, Louise Dresser, Renee Adoree, Gertrude Olmsted.||1927|
|59||Moana. South Seas native women.||1926|
|60||Monsieur Beaucaire. Rudolph Valentino, Bebe Daniels. (identification uncertain)||1924|
|61||The Music Master. Lois Moran, Neil Hamilton, Alec B. Francis.||1927|
|62||My American Wife. Gloria Swanson, Antonio Moreno.||1922|
|63||My Best Girl. Mary Pickford, Charles Rogers.||1927|
|64||My Official Wife. Irene Rich, Conway Tearle.||1926|
|65||The Neéer-Do-Well. (Set, no actors.)||1923|
|66||Nell Gwyn. Dorothy Gish.||1926|
|67||The Nervous Wreck. Harrison Ford, Chester Conklin.||1926|
|68||Never Say Die. Douglas MacLean, Helen Ferguson.||1924|
|69||Never the Twain Shall Meet. Anita Stewart.||1925|
|70||Never Weaken. Harold Lloyd.||1921|
|71||New Lives for Old. Betty Compson, Wallace MacDonald.||1925|
|72||New Toys. Clifton Webb, Mary Hay.||1925|
|73||Nice People. Conrad Nagel, Bebe Daniels, Julia Faye.||1922|
|74||Night Life of New York. Rod La Rocque, Dorothy Gish.||1925|
|75||The Night of Love. Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky.||1927|
|76||A Night of Mystery. Adolphe Menjou, Evelyn Brent. (Glorious Betsy)||1928|
|77||Noah's Ark. Dolores Costello, George O'Brien. (Hal Roach comedy girls, Olga Baclanova)||1928|
|78||North of '36. Ernest Torrance, Lois Wilson.||1924|
|79||Not for Publication. Rex Lease, Lola Mendes.||1927|
|80||Not so Long Ago. Ricardo Cortez, Betty Bronson, Laurence Wheat.||1925|
|81||The Off-Shore Pirate. Viola Dana, Jack Mulhall.||1921|
|82||Old Ironsides. Esther Ralston, Johnny Walker, Charles Farrell, Wallace Beery, George Bancroft.||1926|
|83||Oliver Twist. Jackie Coogan.||1922|
|84||One Clear Call. Milton Sills, Henry Walthall.||1922|
|85||The Only Woman. Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien.||1924|
|86||The Ordeal. Agnes Ayers, Conrad Nagel.||1922|
|87||Orphans of the Storm. Dorothy Gish, Lillian Gish.||1921|
|88||Our Dancing Daughters. Joan Crawford, Dorothy Sebastian, Nils Asher, Anita Page, John Mack Brown. (Road House)||1928|
|89||Over the Hill. (Performers unidentified).||1917|
|90||The Palace of Pleasure. Edmund Lowe.||1926|
|91||Pals First. Lloyd Hughes, Dolores Del Rio.||1926|
|92||Paris at Midnight. Jetta Goudal.||1926|
|93||Peacock Alley. Mae Murray.||1930|
|94||Penrod and Sam. Ben Alexander, Joe Butterworth.||1923|
|95||The Perfect Crime. Irene Rich, Clivere Brooks, Tully Marshall, Ethel Wales. (The Whip)||1928|
|96||Peter Pan. Betty Bronson, Ernest Torrance, Mary Brian, Esther Ralston, Anna May Wong, Philippe De Lacey.||1924|
|97||The Phantom of the Opera. Mary Philbin, Lon Chaney, Arthur Edmund Carewe, Norman Kerry.||1925|
|98||The Pilgrim. Charlie Chaplin.||1923|
|99||Ponjola. Anna Q. Nilsson, James Kirkwood.||1923|
|100||The Pony Express. Ernest Torrance, George Bancroft. (John Barrymore, Dolores Costello, Fred Niblo, Rudolph Valentino, Vice-President Charles Dawes)||1922|
|101||The Popular Sin. Florence Vidor, Greta Nissen.||1926|
|102||The Prisoner of Zenda. Lewis Stone, Alice Terry.||1922|
|103||The Private Life of Helen of Troy. Maria Corda, Alice White.||1927|
|104||Proud Flesh. Harrison Ford, Eleanor Boardman, Pat O'Malley.||1925|
|105||Quality Street. Marion Davies, Conrad Nagel, Sidney Franklin (dir). (Adam and Evil, The Understanding Heart)||1927|
|106||Ramona. Dolores Del Rio, Warner Baxter, Vera Lewis. (Our Gang, Harry Langdon)||1928|
|107||Ranson's Folly. Richard Barthelmess.||1926|
|108||The Red Dance. Dolores Del Rio.||1928|
|109||The Red Mill. Marion Davies.||1927|
|110||Resurrection. Rod laRocque, Dolores Del Rio, Vera Lewis. (Colleen Moore)||1927|
|111||Robin Hood. Douglas Fairbanks, Wallace Beery, Enid Bennett.||1922|
|112||i(?) (No movie with this title has been identified.).||n.d.|
|113||Romola. Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, William Powell, Ronald Colman.||1925|
|114||The Rose of Paris. Mary Philbin(?). (William de Mille)||1924|
|115||Rose of the Golden West. Mary Astor.||1927|
|116||Rosita (the Street Singer). Mary Pickford, George Walsh.||1923|
|117||The Rough Riders. Mary Astor, George Bancroft, Noah Beery, Frank Hopper.||1927|
|118||Rupert of Hentzau. Elaine Hammerstein, Bert Lytell, Hobart Bosworth, Lew Cody, Bryant Washburn, Irving Cummings, Aldolphe Menjou.||1923|
|119||Sadie Thompson. Gloria Swanson, Raoul Walsh. (Her Wild Oat, Sharp Shooters, The Last Command, 13 Washington Square)||1928|
|120||Safety Last. Harold Lloyd.||1923|
|121||A Sailor-Made Man. Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis.||1921|
|122||A Sainted Devil. Rudolph Valentino, Helen D'Algy. (Colleen Moore)||1924|
|123||Sally. Colleen Moore, Leon Errol.||1925|
|124||Sally, Irene, and Mary. Joan Crawford, Constance Bennett, Sally O'Neal. (Bardelys the Magnificent [Claire Windsor])||1925|
|125||Sally of the Sawdust. Carole Dempster, W. C. Fields, Alfred Lunt.||1925|
|127||Scaramouche. Ramon Novarro, Alice Terry, George Seigman.||1923|
|128||The Scarlet Letter. Lillian Gish, Lars Hansen. (The Duchess of Buffalo, The Amateur Gentleman)||1926|
|129||The Sea Beast. John Barrymore, Dolores Costello.||1926|
|130||The Sea Hawk. Milton Sills, Wallace Beery, Lloyd Hughes, Enid Bennett.||1924|
|131||Second Fiddle. Glenn Hunter.||1923|
|132||Secrets. Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien.||1923|
|133||Senorita. William Powell.||1927|
|134||Serenade. Adolphe Menjou, Karthryn Carver.||1927|
|135||Seventh Heaven. Charles Farrell, Janet Gaynor. (Ernest Torrance, Francis X. Bushman, Gary Cooper, Douglas Fairbanks Sr & Jr, Lon Chaney)||1927|
|136||Shadows. Lon Chaney.||1922|
|1||Shadows of Paris. Pola Negri, Charles de Roche.||1924|
|2||Sherlock Holmes. John Barrymore, Gustav von Seyffertitz.||1922|
|3||Siegfried. Paul Richter.||1923|
|4||Silence. Vera Reynolds, H. B. Warner.||1926|
|5||The Silent Lover. Viola Dana, Milton Sills.||1926|
|6||The Silent Watcher. Glenn Hunter, Bessie Love.||1924|
|7||Singed Wings. Bebe Daniels, Conrad Nagel, Ernest Torrance.||1922|
|8||Single Wives. Corinne Griffith, Milton Sills, John Patrick, Phyllis Haver, Lou Tellegen.||1924|
|9||Skin Deep. Milton Sills.||1922|
|10||A Slave of Fashion. Norma Shearer, Mary Carr, Lew Cody.||1925|
|11||Smilin' Through. Norma Talmadge, Wyndham Standing.||1922|
|12||Smudge. Charles Ray, Florence Oberle.||1922|
|13||Snowblind. Cullen Landis, Pauline Starke, Mary Alden.||1921|
|14||So Big. Colleen Moore.||1924|
|15||So This is Paris. Patsy Ruth Miller.||1926|
|16||A Social Celebrity. Chester Conklin, Louise Brooks, Adolphe Menjou.||1926|
|17||A Society Scandal. Gloria Swanson, Ricardo Cortez, Rod La Rocque, Thelma Converse. (Milton Sills)||1924|
|18||A Son of the Sahara. Bert Lytell, Claire Windsor.||1924|
|19||The Song of Love. Norma Talmadge.||1923|
|20||Sorrell and Son. Anna Q. Nilsson, Nils Asther, H. B. Warner, Alice Joyce, Mickey McBan, Carmel Myers. (Barbara Stanwick)||1927|
|21||The Sorrows of Satan. Ricardo Cortez, Carol Dempster, Lya DePutti, Adolphe Menjou, Ivan Lebedeff.||1926|
|22||Souls for Sale. Frank Mayo, Lew Cody, Barbara La Marr.||1923|
|23||The Spaniard. Jetta Goudal, Noah Beery, Ricardo Cortez.||1925|
|24||The Spanish Dancer. Pola Negri, Antonio Moreno, Adolphe Menjou.||1923|
|25||Sparrows. Mary Pickford.||1926|
|26||The Spoilers. Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson, Wallace MacDonald, Barbara Bedford, Noah Beery.||1923|
|27||Sporting Life. Bert Lytell.||1925|
|28||The Sporting Lover. Conway Tearle, Barbara Bedford.||1926|
|29||The Sporting Venus. Blanche Sweet, Ronald Coleman.||1925|
|30||The Spotlight. Esther Ralston, Neil Hamilton.||1927|
|31||Stand and Deliver. Rod La Rocque, Lupe Velez. (Thelma Todd).||1928|
|32||Stark Love. Forrest James, Helen Mundy.||1927|
|33||Stella Dallas. Belle Bennett, Lois Moran, Jean Hersholt Alice Joyce, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Ronald Colman. (Harold Lloyd)||1925|
|34||The Street Angel. Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell. (Willard Louis, Wallace Reid [Thirty Days]) (Why Sailors Go Wrong, We Americans, Skyscraper, Ladies' Night in a Turkish Bath)||1928|
|35||The Street of Sin. Fay Wray.||1928|
|36||The Strong Man. Harry Langdon, Gertrude Astor, Arthur Thalasso. (The Circus)||1926|
|37||Sunrise. George O'Brien, Janet Gaynor, Margaret Livingston.||1927|
|38||Sun-Up. Pauline Starke.||1925|
|39||The Superstitious Man(?) Harold Lloyd. (No feature or short with this title can be found)||n.d.|
|40||The Swan. Ricardo Cortez, Adolphe Menjou.||1925|
|41||Syncopating Sue. Corinne Griffith, Tom Moore.||1926|
|43||Tell it to the Marines. Lon Chaney, William Haines, Eleanor Boardman, Carmel Myers.||1926|
|44||Tempest. John Barrymore, Camilla Horn, George Fawcett, Louis Wolheim. (Laugh, Clown, Laugh)||1928|
|45||The Temptress. Greta Garbo, Antonio Moreno. (Torrent)||1926|
|46||The Ten Commandments. Theodore Roberts, James Neill, Charles De Roche, Estelle Taylor, Julia Faye.||1923|
|47||Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Blanche Sweet, Conrad Nagel, Stuart Holmes.||1924|
|48||Tess of the Storm Country. Mary Pickford, Lloyd Hughes.||1922|
|49||That Royle Girl. Carol Dempster, Harrison Ford, W. C. Fields.||1925|
|50||A Thief in Paradise. Ronald Colman, Doris Kenyon.||1925|
|51||The Thief of Bagdad. Douglas Fairbanks, Anna May Wong, Julanne Johnston, Brandon Hurst, Mathilde Comont, Sojin.||1924|
|52||The Third Degree. Dolores Costello.||1926|
|53||Thorns and Orange Blossoms. Edith Roberts, Kenneth Harlan.||1922|
|54||Three Bad Men. George O'Brien, Olive Borden.||1926|
|55||Three Faces East. Jetta Goudal, Robert Ames.||1926|
|56||The Three Musketeers. Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite De La Motte.||1921|
|57||Three Weeks. Conrad Nagel, Aileen Pringle.||1924|
|58||Three Wise Fools. Craig Biddle, Eleanor Boardman, Claude Gillingwater, Alec B. Francis, William H. Crane.||1923|
|59||Three Women. Lew Cody, Pauline Frederick, May McAvoy, Pierre Gendron.||1924|
|60||Tiger Love. Antonio Moreno, Estelle Taylor.||1924|
|61||Tin Gods. Thomas Meighan, Renee Adoree.||1926|
|62||To Have and to Hold. Theodroe Kosloff, Bert Lytell, W. J. Ferguson, Betty Compson.||1922|
|63||To the Ladies. Edward Horton.||1923|
|64||Tol'able David. Ernest Torrance.||1921|
|65||Topsy and Eva. Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan.||1927|
|66||The Torrent [or Ibanez' Torrent]. Greta Garbo, Ricardo Cortez, Martha Mattox. (Tom Mix) (The Volga Boatman)||1926|
|67||The Trail of '98. Tully Marshall, Ralph Forbes, Harry Carey, Johnny Downs, Dolores Del Rio. (Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey)||1929|
|68||Trilby. Andre Lafayette, Arthur Edmund Carew. (Uncle Tom's Cabin, Phantom of the Opera)||1923|
|69||Triumph. Leatrice Joy, Rod La Rocque.||1924|
|70||True as Steel. Aileen Pringle, Huntley Gordon.||1924|
|71||Two Arabian Nights. Mary Astor, Gilbert Roland.||1927|
|72||Two Lovers. Vilma Banky, Ronald Colman. (Margaret Mann, Nancy Carroll)||1928|
|73||Two Shall Be Born. Jane Novak.||1924|
|74||Uncle Tom's Cabin. James B. Lowe, George Siegman, John Roche, Aileen Manning.||1927|
|75||The Understanding Heart. Joan Crawford.||1927|
|76||The Unholy Three. Lon Chaney, Mae Busch, Victor McLaglen, Harry Earles.||1925|
|77||The Unknown. Lon Chaney.||1927|
|78||The Unknown Soldier. Henry Walthall, Marguerite De La Motte.||1926|
|79||Up in Mabel's Room. Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford.||1926|
|80||Upstage. Norma Shearer, Oscar Shaw.||1926|
|81||Vanity Fair. Eleanor Boardman, Harrison Ford, Mabel Ballin, George Walsh, Hobart Bosworth.||1923|
|82||Variety. Emil Jannings, Lya De Putti, Warwick Warde.||1925|
|83||Venus of Venice. Constance Talmadge, Anotnio Moreno. (White Gold)||1927|
|84||The Voice from the Minaret. Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien.||1923|
|85||The Volga Boatman. William Boyd, Elinor Fair, Arthur Rankin, Victor Varconi.||1926|
|86||The Wanderer. William Collier, Jr., Greta Nissen, Kathryn Hill, Kathlyn Williams, Ernest Torrance, Tyrone Power.||1926|
|87||Wanderer of the Wasteland. Jack Holt, Billie Dove, Noah Beery.||1924|
|88||The Waning Sex. Norma Shearer.||1926|
|89||Watch Your Step. Cullen Landis, Patsy Ruth Miller.||1922|
|90||The Way of All Flesh. Emil Jannings, Belle Bennett, Phyllis Haver. (Variety, Rough House Rosie)||1927|
|91||The Wedding March. Eric von Stroheim, ZaSu Pitts, Fay Wray, George Fawcett.||1928|
|92||We're in the Navy Now. Wallace Beery, Chester Conklin, Raymond Hatton.||1926|
|93||West of the Water Tower. Glenn Hunter, May McAvoy, Ernest Torrance.||1924|
|94||What Price Glory. Barry Norton, Edmund Lowe, Dolores Del Rio, Victor McLaglen. (Publicity Madness)||1926|
|95||When a Man Loves. Dolores Costello.||1927|
|96||When Knighthood Was in Flower. Marion Davies, Lynn Harding, Forrest Stanley.||1922|
|97||The Whip Woman. Antonio Moreno, Estelle Taylor, Hedda Hopper, Lowell Sherman. (The Showdown)||1928|
|98||White Gold. Jetta Goudal, Kenneth Thomson, George Nichols. (The Last Command)||1927|
|99||The White Rose. Mae Marsh, Ivor Novello, Carol Dempster.||1923|
|100||The White Sister. Lillian Gish, J. Barney Sherry, Ronald Colman.||1923|
|101||Why Worry? Harold Lloyd, John Aasen, Jobyna Ralston.||1923|
|102||Wild Oranges. Frank Mayo, Virginia Valli, Charles Post, Nigel De Brulier, Ford Sterling.||1924|
|103||The Wind. Lillian Gish, Montagu Love, Lars Hanson, William Orlamond. (The Patriot, A Woman's Way, Rose Marie, Riders of the Dark)||1928|
|104||Wings. Buddy Rogers, Clara Bow, Richard Arlen. (Adam and Evil; Smile, Brother, Smile)||1929|
|105||The Winning of Barbara Worth. Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky, Gary Cooper. (Eddie Cantor)||1926|
|106||Within the Law. Norma Talmadge, Jack Mulhall.||1923|
|107||A Woman of Paris. Adolphe Menjou, Edna Purviance, Lydia Knott, Charles French.||1923|
|108||The Woman Who Walked Alone. Dorothy Dalton, Milton Sills.||1922|
|109||The Yellow Lily. Billie Dove, Clive Brook. (Camilla Horn)||1928|
|110||You Never Know Women. Florence Vidor.||1926|
|111||Zaza. Gloria Swanson, H. B. Warner||1923|
|113||Marion Davies. (J. Warren Kerrigan)|
|114||Dorothy & Lillian Gish. (Renee Adoree)|
|115||Harold Lloyd. (Mildred Davis)|
|Grouped Performers (Alphabetical)|
|120||"A": Mary Alden, Claire Ames, George Arliss. (Erich von Stroheim, John Barrymore)||n.d.|
|121||"B": Wallace Beery, Madge Bellamy, Clara Bow, William Boyd, Betty Bronson.|
|122||"C": Alice Calhoun, Lon Chaney, Ronald Colman, Betty Compson, Jackie Coogan. (Florence Vidor)|
|123||"0": Alice Day, Elliot Dexter, Patterson Dial, Billie Dove, Marie Dresser. (Ralph Graves, Estelle Taylor)|
|124||"E": Helen Jerome Eddy.|
|125||"F": Charles Farrell, Alice Faye, Felix the Cat, W. J. Ferguson, Ralph Forbes, Harrison Ford.|
|126||"G": Corinne Griffith. (pictorial of home).|
|127||"H": Neil Hamilton, Milton Holmes.|
|128||"J": Leatrice Joy, Alice Joyce.|
|129||"K": Buster Keaton, Barbara Kent, Mary Kornman. (Our Gang).|
|130||"L": Barbara La Marr, Jackie Logan, Merna Loy. (Virginia Valli)|
|131||"M": Charles Emmett Mack, Percy Marmont, Adolphe Menjou, Colleen Moore, Antonio Moreno.|
|132||"N": Greta Nissen, Ramon Novarro.|
|133||"0": George O'Brien. (Kenneth Thompson)|
|134||"p": Kathryn Perry, Mary Philbin, Mary Pickford. (Hallam Cooley)|
|135||"R": Mrs. Wallace Reid, Irene Rich, Buddy Rogers, Gilbert Roland.|
|136||"S": Joseph Schildkraut, Milton Sills.|
|137||"T": Conway Tearle.|
|138||"V": Victor Varconi, Florence Vidor, King Vidor, Erich von Stroheim.|
|139||"W": H. B. Warner, Lois Wilson.|
|140||Unidentified performers and scenes.|
The following books have been transferred from the collection to the Browne Popular Culture Library main stack area. Call numbers for these books may be found in the BGSU Libraries catalog.