Michael Hirsh manuscript collection

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Michael Hirsh manuscript collection

Material Information

Title:
Michael Hirsh manuscript collection
Creator:
Hirsh, Michael, 1943-
Language:
English
Physical Description:
14.51 : (34 boxes) ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
MASH (Television program) ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American ( lcsh )
Concentration camps -- Austria -- History -- 20th century ( lcsh )
Concentration camps -- Germany -- History -- 20th century ( lcsh )
Film & TV studies ( lcsh )
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Atrocities ( lcsh )
Soldiers -- United States -- Interviews ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Austria ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Germany ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Liberation ( lcsh )
Genre:
Television
Television ( lcsh )

Notes

Scope and Content:
The collection consists of Michael Hirsh's original manuscripts, photographs, research, correspondence, and proofs related to the publication of [i]The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust. [/i]The second series in the collection consists of materials related to Hirsh's time as a television and film producer and writer, with a concentration on the series M*A*S*H. This series also contains materials related to the history of television, as well as assorted scripts and screenplays.
Preferred Citation:
Michael Hirsh Manuscript Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Acquisition:
Michael Hirsh
Biographical:
Michael Hirsh is as a journalist, documentarian, and producer in radio and television. Over his 35 year career, he was the recipient of numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards, a Writers Guild Award, the DuPont-Columbia Citation, and the George Foster Peabody Award. He served as a combat correspondent with the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, where he was also awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge. Hirsh is the author of several works of non-fiction, including The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust (New York: Bantam Books, 2010).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None. The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright. Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at [url=http://www.copyright.gov/%C2%A0]http://www.copyright.gov/[/url]for more information.
Resource Identifier:
H57 ( USFLDC CID )
u29.084-h57-ead ( USFLDC Handle )

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Mixed Material

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URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/special-collections/
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Guide to the Michael Hirsh manuscript collection
19702010 1970/2010
USF Libraries Special Collections
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4202 East Fowler Ave.
LIB122
Tampa, FL, 33620-5400
URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/special-collections/
Phone: 813-974-2731
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Additional information may be found at http://usfldc:U29-00084-H57
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altrender Biographical Information 545$a Biographical Information:
Michael Hirsh is as a journalist, documentarian, and producer in radio and television. Over his 35 year career, he was the recipient of numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards, a Writers Guild Award, the DuPont-Columbia Citation, and the George Foster Peabody Award. He served as a combat correspondent with the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, where he was also awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge. Hirsh is the author of several works of non-fiction, including The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust (New York: Bantam Books, 2010).
Administrative History 545$b Administrative History:
Michael Hirsh is as a journalist, documentarian, and producer in radio and television. Over his 35 year career, he was the recipient of numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards, a Writers Guild Award, the DuPont-Columbia Citation, and the George Foster Peabody Award. He served as a combat correspondent with the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, where he was also awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge. Hirsh is the author of several works of non-fiction, including The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust (New York: Bantam Books, 2010).
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Access Terms
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Genre/Form of Material:
genreform 655 Television
Title:
title 630 MASH (Television program)
Topical Term:
subject 650 lcsh Concentration camps -- Austria -- History -- 20th century
Concentration camps -- Germany -- History -- 20th century
Film & TV studies
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Atrocities
Soldiers -- United States -- Interviews
World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Austria
USFSpecCol World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Germany
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Liberation
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American
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Administrative Information
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Acquisition Information:
Donation
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Processing Information:
Complete
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Conditions Governing Access:
None. The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright. Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at extref linktype simple show embed actuate onrequest href http:www.copyright.gov%C2%A0 http://www.copyright.gov/for more information.
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Preferred Citation:
Michael Hirsh Manuscript Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
relatedmaterial 544 1
Related Materials:
Concentration Camp Liberators Oral History Project, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Information about related materials is available at http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=49131&sid=655659#
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Arrangement of Materials:
By type of material
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Scope and Contents
The collection consists of Michael Hirsh's original manuscripts, photographs, research, correspondence, and proofs related to the publication of emph render italic The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust. The second series in the collection consists of materials related to Hirsh's time as a television and film producer and writer, with a concentration on the series M*A*S*H. This series also contains materials related to the history of television, as well as assorted scripts and screenplays.
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Detailed List of Contents
c01 series
ArchonID internal id157087
LABEL The Liberators Collection
c02 subseries
id64802
Manuscripts
c03 otherlevel
id64803
container Box 1
c04 file
id64804
1
Folder 1
The LiberatorsRandom House Photo/Art Printouts
2009
id64805
1
2
The LiberatorsMiscellaneous Photo Proofs
id64806
1
3
The LiberatorsMaps
id64807
1
4
The LiberatorsProof Book/Foul Matter
id64808
1
5
The LiberatorsManuscript, First PassPart 1
id64809
1
6
The LiberatorsManuscript, First PassPart 2
id64810
1
7
The LiberatorsManuscript, Second PassPart 1
id64811
1
8
The LiberatorsManuscript, Second PassPart 2
id64812
2
id64813
2
1
The LiberatorsManuscript, Third PassPart 1
id64814
2
2
The LiberatorsManuscript, Third PassPart 2
id64815
2
3
The LiberatorsCaption Manuscripts
id64816
2
4
The LiberatorsManuscript and Layout, Part 1Flyleaf, Table of Contents, and Introduction
id64817
2
5
The LiberatorsManuscript and Layout, Part 2Chapters 1-5
id64818
2
6
The LiberatorsManuscript and Layout, Part 3Chapters 6-12
id64819
2
7
The LiberatorsManuscript and Layout, Part 4Chapters 13-15
id64820
2
8
The LiberatorsManuscript and Layout, Part 5Chapters 16- Acknowledgments, Appendix, and Bibliography
id64821
2
9
The LiberatorsPhotographs (2 discs)
id64822
2
10
The LiberatorsDrafts and Research (2 discs)
id64823
Research
id64824
3
id64826
3
1
The LiberatorsResearchLiberation Photos from Interviewees, Other Sources, and Public Domain
2009
id64827
3
2
The LiberatorsResearchUnited States Holocaust Museum Correspondence
July 25, 2009
id64828
3
3
The LiberatorsResearchSecurity Certificate for Ex-Prisoners of War
1945
id64829
3
4
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsOhrdruf, Germany
1995-2009
id64830
3
5
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsLandsberg, Germany
id64831
3
6
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsLandsberg, GermanyKaufering Death Camps
id64832
3
7
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBuchenwald, Part 1
id64833
3
8
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBuchenwald, Part 2
id64834
3
9
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBuchenwaldPierre Verheye
id64835
3
10
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBuchenwaldLouis Blatz/Buchenwald Photos (1 Disk)
id64836
3
11
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsDachau, Part 1
id64837
3
12
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsDachau, Part 2
id64838
4
id64839
4
1
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsDachauWitnessesCharlotte Chaney, 1super st Lieutenant, Army Nurse Corps
id64840
4
2
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsDachauWitnessesDon Daugherty
id64841
4
3
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsSubcamps of Dachau
id64842
4
4
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsAmfing
id64843
4
5
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsThekia-Leipzig
id64844
4
6
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsNordhausen-Dora
id64845
4
7
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsFlossenburg
id64846
4
8
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsHersbruck (Leo Serian Correspondence)
id64847
4
9
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsMathausen
id64848
4
10
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsGunskirchen
id64849
4
11
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsEbensee
id64850
4
12
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsGusen
id64851
4
13
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsSalzwedel/Ahlem
id64852
4
14
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsSalzwedel/Ahlem-Kenneth Ayers Photographs (1945)
id64853
4
15
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBergen-Belsen
id64854
4
16
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsGardelegen
id64855
4
17
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration Camps Sachsenhausen
id64856
5
id64857
5
1
The LiberatorsBibliography, Correspondence, Book Reviews, and Press Clippings
id64858
5
2
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration CampsBuchenwaldMelvin Rappaport, 45th Division
id64859
5
3
The LiberatorsInterviewsWitnessesRussel Weiskircher
id64860
5
4
The LiberatorsResearch and CorrespondenceWitnessesCurt Whiteway, 99th Division, Part 1
id64861
5
5
The LiberatorsResearch and CorrespondenceWitnessesCurt Whiteway, 99th Division, Part 2
id64862
5
6
The LiberatorsResearchCorrespondenceWitnessesFrederick B. Lea, Medical Administrative Corps
id64863
5
7
The LiberatorsResearchMorning Reports394th Regiment, Company BMarch 22nd, 1945-May 31st, 1945
id64864
5
8
The LiberatorsResearchMorning Reports294th Regiment, Company BMarch 22nd, 1945-May 8th, 1945
id64865
5
9
The LiberatorsResearchWitnessesLeonard Lubin, Suicide Letters and Obituary
id64866
5
10
The LiberatorsResearch and CorrespondenceWitnessesJohn W. Fague
id64867
5
11
The LiberatorsResearch and CorrespondenceUnfound Liberators
id64868
5
12
The LiberatorsResearchLists of Liberator Units and Liberator Contact Information
id64869
5
13
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration Camps
id64870
6
id64871
6
1
The LiberatorsResearch42nd Rainbow Division Veterans
id64872
6
2
The LiberatorsResearchMilitary Personnel Records
id64873
6
3
The LiberatorsResearchThe U.S. Army in World War II
id64874
6
4
The LiberatorsResearchCamp Croft, South Carolina
id64875
6
5
The LiberatorsResearchLiberating Divisions, United States Army
id64876
6
6
The LiberatorsResearchConcentration Camp LiberatorsPress
id64877
6
7
The LiberatorsLetters Written to Michael Hirsh Concerning his Book
id64878
6
8
The LiberatorsConcentration CampsSketches
id64879
6
9
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsMilitary History of a Combat InfantrymanJack Kerins
id64880
6
10
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsThe Handcuffed VolunteerDon L. Latimer
id64881
6
11
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsThe Battle of the Bulge: One Small CornerDr. John Faye
id64882
6
12
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsHolocaustDavid Dorl
id64883
6
13
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsThe Berlin CrisisHoward Kaplan
id64884
6
14
The LiberatorsWritten AccountsGIs RememberNational Museum of American Jewish Military History
id64885
6
15
The LiberatorsBook Proposal by Michael Hirsh
id64886
6
16
The LiberatorsBook PromotionU.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
id64887
6
17
The LiberatorsEventsTwelfth Annual Holocaust Professional Development
2010
id64888
6
18
The LiberatorsEvents"A Salute to Liberators": A Tribute Luncheon
id64889
Photographs and Media
id64890
7
id64891
7
1
The LiberatorsMediaWalter Chapman SketchesSalzwedel, 1945 (2 Discs)
id64892
7
2
The LiberatorsMediaList of Films on the Holocaust for StudentsHolocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois
id64893
7
3
The LiberatorsMediaDan Dougherty, Interviewed by Ellen Szakal (2 VHS Tapes)
id64895
7
4
The LiberatorsMediaThe Liberation of KZ Dachau, by James Kent Strong (1 VHS Tape)
id64896
7
5
The Liberators PhotosJohn Stephens
id64897
7
6
The LiberatorsPhotosBob PersingerEbensee Camp
id64898
7
7
The LiberatorsPhotosCarl V. Anderson
id64899
7
8
The LiberatorsPhotosDon Latimer
id64900
7
9
The LiberatorsPhotosHarry Gerenstein
2008
id64901
7
10
The LiberatorsPhotosNathan Melman and Coen RoodAmfins Camp
id64902
7
11
The LiberatorsPhotosRussel R. Weiskircher
2004
id64903
7
12
The LiberatorsPhotosColvin Caughley
id64904
7
13
The LiberatorsPhotosAdams -- Mauthausen Camp
id64905
7
14
The LiberatorsPlayscript"Before Abu Ghraib"David A. Pardoe
id157088
2 Television & Film Collection
id157089
M*A*S*H
id157090
1
M*A*S*H Scripts & Production Notes, Pilot- Dear
id157091
1
1
"M*A*S*H" (Pilot Episode)
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Revised Final. December 8, 1971. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157098
1
2
"M*A*S*H" (Pilot)
id157092
1
3
"As You Were"
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks. Story by Gene REynolds. Final. December 14, 1973. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157093
1
4
"Abyssinia, Henry"
Scope and Contents
Written by Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell. Revised Final. October 28, 1974. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157099
1
5
"The Betrothed" or "The Groom, the Bride, and the Ugly"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. First Draft. April 27, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 40 pages. Also contains a story outline. See also: "The Groom, the Bride, and the Ugly" and "Margaret's Engagment," both of which are developmental drafts of the same story.
id157094
1
6
"Bug Out"
Scope and Contents
By Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum. Revised Final. July 6, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 67 pages.
id157095
1
7
"Carry On, Hawkeye"
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks. Story by Bernard Dilbert. Final. October 11, 1973. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157096
1
8
"The Colonel's Horse"
Scope and Contents
By Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum. Final. August 16, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 39 pages.
id157100
1
9
"Chief Surgeon Who?"--Episode Outlines
5/17/1972
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart.
id157101
1
10
"Chief Surgeon Who?"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. 37 pages.
id157102
1
11
"Chief Surgeon Who?"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. 37 pages.
id157103
1
12
"The Colonel's Horse"
Scope and Contents
By Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum. Final. August 16, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 39 pages.
id157104
1
13
"Dear Dad..."
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. July 21, 1972. 36 pages.
id157105
1
14
"Dear Dad..."
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. July 21, 1972. 36 pages.
id157106
1
15
"Dear Dad..."
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. July 21, 1972. 36 pages.
id157107
1
16
"Dear Dad..."
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final. July 31, 1972. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157108
1
17
"Dear Dad..."
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final. July 31, 1972. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157097
1
18
"Dear Ma"
Scope and Contents
By Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell. Revised Final. October 8, 1975. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157109
1
19
"Dear Peggy"
Scope and Contents
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum. Final. August 18, 1975. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157112
1
20
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. First Draft. June 16, 1976. 39 pages.
id157110
1
21
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Final. July 27, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157113
1
22
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised. July 6, 1976. 37 pages.
id157114
1
23
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised. July 6, 1976. 37 pages.
id157115
1
24
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised. July 6, 1976. 37 pages.
id157116
1
25
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Final. July 27, 1976. 37 pages.
id157117
1
26
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised. July 6, 1976. 37 pages.
id157118
1
27
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised Final. September 3, 1976. 25 pages. This copy is missing pages.
id157119
2
M*A*S*H Scripts & Production Notes, Dear-Ma
id157120
2
1
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised Final. September 3, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157121
2
2
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Second Revised Final. September 3, 1976. 32 pages.
id157122
2
3
"Dear Sigmund"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Second Revised Final. September 3, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 32 pages.
id157111
2
4
"Dear Sigmund"--Call Sheets, Shooting Schedule
id157123
2
5
"Death Takes the Holiday"
Scope and Contents
By Mike Farrell. Final. November 3, 1980. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157124
2
6
"Goodbye Radar"--Part One
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Revised Final. September 10, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157125
2
7
"Goodbye Radar--Part Two"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Final. September 7, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 31 pages.
id157126
2
8
"The Groom, the Bride, and the Ugly"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. Second Draft. June 8, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television.40 pages. See also: "The Betrothed" and "Margaret's Engagment," both of which are developmental drafts of the same story.
id157127
2
9
"The Groom, the Bride, and the Ugly"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. Second Draft. June 8, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television.40 pages. See also: "The Betrothed" and "Margaret's Engagment," both of which are developmental drafts of the same story.
id157128
2
10
"Hanky Panky"
Scope and Contents
By Gene Reynolds. Final. November 16, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 39 pages.
id157129
2
11
"Hanky Panky"
Scope and Contents
Final script dated November 16, 1976. To all concerned: Please discard old pages and insert the attached revised pages in their proper place in your script of the above date. This is important! Dated December 2, 1976.
id157130
2
12
"Hawkeye"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner. Final. November 13, 1975. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 27 pages.
id157131
2
13
"Hawkeye Get Your Gun"
Scope and Contents
Story by Gene Reynolds & Jay Folb. Teleplay by Jay Fob. Revised Final. September 15, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157132
2
14
"Heal Thyself"
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by Dennis Koenig. Story by Dennis Koenig and Gene Reynolds. Revised Final. November 5, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157133
2
15
"Hepatitis"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda. Revised Final. December 9, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157134
2
16
"The Interview"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final. December 15, 1975. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 23 pages.
id157135
2
17
"The Interview"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft. December 15, 1975. 23 pages.
id157136
2
18
"The Interview"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft. December 16, 1975. 42 pages.
id157137
2
19
"The Interview"--Outlines, Question and Answer
id157138
2
20
"Margaret's Engagement"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. 34 pages. Additional handwritten pages attached.
id157139
2
21
"Margaret's Engagement"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. 34 pages. Additional handwritten pages attached.
id157140
2
22
"Margaret's Engagement"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. 34 pages. Additional handwritten pages attached.
id157141
2
23
"Margaret's Engagement"
Scope and Contents
By Gary Markowitz. Final. June 23, 1976. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 38 pages.
id157142
3
M*A*S*H Scripts & Production Notes, Mu-W
id157143
3
1
"Mulcahy's War"
Scope and Contents
By Richard Cogan. Final. June 3, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157144
3
2
"Mulcahy's War"
Scope and Contents
By Richard Cogan. Revised Final. September 20, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157145
3
3
"Old Soldiers"
Scope and Contents
By David Koenig. Final. November 30, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157146
3
4
"Our Finest Hour"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs, Larry Balmagia, Ronny Graham. Final. September 5, 1978. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 13 pages.
id157147
3
5
"Out of Sight, Out of Mind"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Final. June 9, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157148
3
6
"Out of Sight, Out of Mind"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Revised Final. July 29, 1976. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 38 pages.
id157149
3
7
"The Party"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Alda and Burt Metcalfe. Revised Final. December 18, 1978. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157150
3
8
"Period of Adjustment"
Scope and Contents
By Jim Mulligan & John Rappaport. Final. July 16, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157151
3
9
"Sometimes You Hear the Bullet"
Scope and Contents
By Carl Kleinschmitt. First Draft. November 27, 1972. 46 pages.
id157152
3
10
"Sometimes You Hear the Bullet"
Scope and Contents
By Carl Kleinschmitt. First Draft. November 27, 1972. 46 pages.
id157153
3
11
"Sometimes You Hear the Bullet"
Scope and Contents
By Carl Kleinschmitt. Final Draft. November 30, 1972. 38 pages.
id157154
3
12
"Sometimes You Hear the Bullet"
Scope and Contents
By Carl Kleinschmitt. Final. November 30, 1972. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 38 pages.
id157155
3
13
"Sometimes You Hear the Bullet"--Outlines, Daily Production Reports, Call Sheets
id157156
3
14
"Stars and Stripe"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Final. October 18, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157157
3
15
"Stars and Stripe"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Revised Final. October 29, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157158
3
16
"Stars and Stripe"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Revised Final. October 29, 1979. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157159
3
17
"War Co-Respondent"
Scope and Contents
By Mike Farrell. Final. January 14, 1980. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157160
3
18
Welcome to Korea (Part One)
Scope and Contents
By Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell and Larry Gelbart. Third Revised Final. Twentieth Century Fox Television. January 9, 1976. 35 pages.
id157179
3
19
Misc. Untitled Scripts
id157162
AfterMASH
id157163
4
AfterMASH Scripts, A-Se
id157164
4
1
"Against Medical Advice"
Scope and Contents
By Michael Hirsh. First Draft. April 2, 1984. Michael Hirsh Productions. 30 pages.
id157165
4
2
"Chief of Staff"
Scope and Contents
By Gordon Mitchell. Revised Final. November 22, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157166
4
3
"Fallout"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final. October 18, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157167
4
4
"Fever Pitch"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Final. January 12, 1984. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 32 pages.
id157168
4
5
"It Had to Be You"
Scope and Contents
Written by Dennis Koenig & Kevin Levine & David Isaacs. Revised Final. December 8, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157169
4
6
"Klinger vs. Klinger"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Final. June 17, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157170
4
7
"Klinger vs. Klinger"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Second Revised Final. August 11, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157171
4
8
"Klinger vs. Klinger"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Second Revised Final. Dubbing (Hirsh). August 11, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157172
4
9
"Less Miserable"
Scope and Contents
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs & Dennis Koenig. Final. May 23, 1984. Twentieth Century Fox Television.35 pages.
id157173
4
10
"The Little Broadcast of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Final. June 17, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157174
4
11
"The Little Broadcast of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Second Revised Final. September 21, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157175
4
12
"The Little Broadcast of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Second Revised Final. September 21, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157176
4
13
"Night Shift"
Scope and Contents
By Everett Greenbaum and Elliott Reid. Final July 12, 1983. Revised Final September 1, 1983. With Revision #2 September 2, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157177
4
14
"Night Shift"
Scope and Contents
By Everett Greenbaum and Elliott Reid. Revised Final. September 1, 1983. Twentieth Century Fox Television. 36 pages.
id157178
4
15
"Pershing Place"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Balmagia. First Draft. November 18, 1983. 36 pages.
id157180
4
16
"September of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. June 1, 1983. 38 pages.
id157181
4
17
"September of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft. June 6, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 32 pages.
id157182
4
18
"September of 53"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Revised Final. July 25, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157183
5
AfterMASH Scripts, Sh-U
id157184
5
1
"Shall We Dance?"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Revised Final. August 25, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157185
5
2
"Snap, Crackle, Plop"
Scope and Contents
By Dennis Koenig. Final Draft. July 12, 1983. With Revision #1. August 15, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 35 pages.
id157186
5
3
"Staph Inspection"
Scope and Contents
By Ken Levine & David Isaacs. First Draft. Hirsh Dubbing Script. August 22, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 33 pages.
id157187
5
4
"Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"
Scope and Contents
Written by Dennis Koenig. First Draft. August 24, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157188
5
5
"Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"
Scope and Contents
Written by Dennis Koenig. First Draft. August 24, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 34 pages.
id157189
5
6
"Together Again"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. First Draft. July 5, 1983. 37 pages.
id157190
5
7
"Together Again"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft. July 8, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 32 pages.
id157191
5
8
"Together Again"
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft. July 8, 1983. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 32 pages.
id157192
5
9
"Up and Down Payments"
Scope and Contents
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs. Final Draft. January 13, 1984. Twentieth Century-Fox Television. 37 pages.
id157193
Family Ties
id157194
6
Family Ties Scripts, A-Last
id157195
6
1
"A', My Name Is Alex"
Scope and Contents
Written by Gary David Goldberg and Alan Uger. Created by David Goldberg. #60585-119/120. Final Shooting Script. January 28, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 64 pages.
id157196
6
2
"Architect's Apprentice"
Scope and Contents
Written by David Tyron King. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-117. Final Shooting Script. January 14, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 43 pages.
id157197
6
3
"Dear Mallory"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-125. First Draft. July 24, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 48 pages.
id157198
6
4
"Don't Go Changin'"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-079. Final Shooting Script. September 18, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 45 pages.
id157199
6
5
"A Friend In Need"
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael Hirsh. First Draft. n.d. 48 pages.
id157200
6
6
"The Freshman and the Senior"
Scope and Contents
Written by Ruth Bennett and Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-104. Final Shooting Script. September 24, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 43 pages.
id157201
6
7
"Higher Love"
Scope and Contents
Written by Susan Borowitz. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-116. Final Shooting Script. January 7, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 49 pages.
id157202
6
8
"Hotline Fever"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60583-055. Final Shooting Script. September 26, 1984. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 46 pages.
id157203
6
9
"Give Your Uncle Arthur A Kiss"
Scope and Contents
Written by Lloyd Garver and Gary David Goldberg. #60581-012. Final Shooting Script. October 20, 1982. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 51 pages.
id157204
6
10
"Invasion of the Psychologist Snatchers"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Directed by Matthew Diamond. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-133. Final Draft. October 12, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 52 pages.
id157205
6
11
"It's My Party, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Susan Borowitz. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-078. Final Shooting Script. September 11, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 46 pages.
id157206
6
12
"Just One Look"
Scope and Contents
Story by Paul Wolff. Teleplay by Gary David Goldberg and Michael J. Weithorn. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-082. Final Shooting Script. October 16, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 44 pages.
id157207
6
13
"Last of the Red Hot Psychologists, Part One"
Scope and Contents
This folder contains three copies of the scripts for "Last of the Red Hot Psychologists, Part One." Two scripts are classified under the following details: Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-126. First Draft. August 3, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 43 pages. The third script in the folder is classified by the following details: Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-126. First Draft. August 3, 1987. Docu. Crew Script. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 57 pages.
id157208
7
Family Ties Scripts, Last-O
id157209
7
1
"Last of the Red Hot Psychologists, Part I"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Second Draft. July 23, 1987. 44 pages.
id157210
7
2
"Last of the Red Hot Psychologists, Part I"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-126. Final Shooting Script. August 5, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 49 pages. This folder contains three copies of this script.
id157211
7
3
"Last of the Red Hot Psychologists, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. First Draft. July 23, 1987. 50 pages.
id157212
7
4
"Love Me Do"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-121. Final Shooting Script. February 11, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 47 pages.
id157213
7
5
"Mister Sister"
Scope and Contents
Written by Susan Borowitz. Directed by Kent Bateman. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-134. First Draft. October 19, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 46 pages.
id157214
7
6
"Mr. Right"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-081. Final Shooting Script. October 9, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 53 pages.
id157215
7
7
"Mrs. Wrong, Part I"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60565-101. Final Shooting Script. August 27, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 39 pages.
id157216
7
8
"Mrs. Wrong, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-102. First Draft. August 6, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 54 pages.
id157218
7
9
"Mrs. Wrong, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #6585-102. Final Shooting Script. September 3, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 42 pages.
id157219
7
10
"My Mother, My Friend"
Scope and Contents
Written by Kate Boutilier. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-113. Final Shooting Script. December 3, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 51 pages.
id157220
7
11
"O' Brother"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-108. Final Shooting Script. November 5, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 43 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157221
7
12
"O Brother, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-109. Final Shooting Script. November 12, 1986. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 36 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157223
8
Family Ties Scripts, P-W
id157224
8
1
"Philadelphia Story"
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael J. Weithorn. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60583-061. Final Shooting Script. December 5, 1984. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 48 pages.
id157225
8
2
"The Real Thing, Part I"
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael J. Weithorn. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-074. Final Shooting Script. October 22, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 57 pages.
id157226
8
3
"The Real Thing, Part II"
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael J. Weithorn. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-075. Final Shooting Script. August 14, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 44 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157227
8
4
"Teachers Pet. But Should They?"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Daniels. First Draft. November 9, 1986. 41 pages.
id157228
8
5
"Teachers Pet"
Scope and Contents
By Alan Daniels. Second Draft. February 5, 1987. 45 pages.
id157230
8
6
"The Visit"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger and Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-124. First Draft. March 3, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 52 pages. Written by Alan Uger and Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-124. Final Draft. March 4, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 50 pages.
id157231
8
7
"The Visit"
Scope and Contents
Written by Alan Uger and Marc Lawrence. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60585-124. Final Draft. March 4, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 49 pages. This folder contains three copies of the script.
id157232
8
8
"The Way We Were"
Scope and Contents
Written by Gary David Goldberg. Directed by Will Mackenzie. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60586-128. Final Shooting Script. September 2, 1987. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 48 pages.
id157233
8
9
"Where's Poppa?"
Scope and Contents
Written by Marc Lawrence and Susan Borowitz. Created by Gary David Goldberg. #60584-090. Final Shooting Script. December 18, 1985. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 48 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157234
Misc. Television Scripts
id157235
9
A-Mal
id157236
9
1
"The Art of Being Nick (Pilot)"
Scope and Contents
Written by Bruce Helford. Second Draft. April 20, 1987. Paramount, Network Television Division. 55 pages.
id157237
9
2
The Bob Newhart Show--"Fly the Unfriendly Skies"
Scope and Contents
Written by David Davis & Lorenzo Music. Prod. #7251. Written: June 6, 1972. Final Draft: July 17, 1972. 51 pages.
id157241
9
3
The Bronx Zoo #006--"Conspicuous By Their Abstinence"
Scope and Contents
Written by Elia Katz. Executive Producers: Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker. Produce: Mel Efros. Revised 12/24/86. 64 pages.
id157238
9
4
"China Beach"
Scope and Contents
Written by John Sacret Young. Created by William Broyles, Jr. & John Sacret Young. First Draft. September 3, 1987. Sacret, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television. 107 pages.
id157239
9
5
China Beach--"Heatwave"
Scope and Contents
Written by Susan Rhinehart. Directed by Beth Hillshafer. Executive Consultant: William Boyles, Jr. Supervising Producer: Rod Holcomb. Producer: John Lugar. Executive Producer: John Sacret Young. Final Draft. February 8, 1988. Sacret Inc., in association with Warner Bros. Television. 60 pages.
id157242
9
6
China Beach--"Home"
Scope and Contents
Written by William Broyles, Jr. Directed by Rob Holcomb. Executive Consultant: William Boyles, Jr. Supervising Producer: Rod Holcomb. Producer: John Lugar. Executive Producer: John Sacret Young. Revised Final Draft. February 2, 1988. Warner Bros. Television. 54 pages.
id157240
9
7
China Beach--"Somewhere Over the Radio"
Scope and Contents
Written by Ann Donahue. Directed by Rob Holcomb. Executive Consultant: William Boyles, Jr. Producer: Rod Holcomb. Producer: John Lugar. Executive Producer: John Sacret Young. Revised Final Draft. February 16, 1988. Sacret Inc., in association with Warner Bros. Television. 57 pages.
id157243
9
8
Designing Women--"Julia and Mary Jo Get Stuck Under a Bed"
Scope and Contents
Written by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. Directed by David Steinberg. #164613. T20466-92-013. 2nd Revised Final Draft. November 21, 1991. Bloodworth/Thomason Mozark Productions in association with Columbia Pictures TV. 62 pages.
id157244
9
9
"L.A. Law"
Scope and Contents
Written by Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher. First Draft. September 25, 1985. 117 pages.
id157246
9
10
Lou Grant--"Hollywood"
Scope and Contents
By Michele Gallery. Prod. #9513. First Draft. September 20, 1979. Revised September 24, 1979. 62 pages.
id157245
9
11
Lou Grant--"Streets"
Scope and Contents
By Bud Freeman. Prod. #0505. First Draft July 16, 1980. Revised October 22, 1980. 56 pages.
id157255
9
12
Malice in Wonderland: Three Hollywood Cameos
Scope and Contents
Omnibus VII--Volume Seven. By S.J. Perelman. Copyright: Robert Saudek Associates. Program #149. Air Date: January 18, 1959. n.pag.
id157248
10
Mar-W
id157247
10
1
Mary--"From Pillar to Post" (Pilot)
Scope and Contents
Written & Created by Ken Levine & David Isaacs. First Draft July 11, 1985. This material is the property of MTM Enterprises and is intended solely for use by its personnel. Distribution to unauthorized persons is prohibited. 58 pages.
id157249
10
2
The Mary Tyler Moore Show--"And Now, Sitting in for Ted Baxter"
Scope and Contents
Written by Steve Pritzker. Prod. #7109 (35). Written-July 8, 1971. Revised-August 25, 1971. Filmed-August 27, 1971. 52 pages.
id157250
10
3
The Mary Tyler Moore Show--"Love is All Around"
Scope and Contents
Written by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns. Prod. #7001. Written-June 24, 1970. Revised-July 1, 1970. Filmed-July 3, 1970. 49 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157251
10
4
The Mary Tyler Moore Show--"Mary's Big Party"
Scope and Contents
Written by Bob Ellison. Prod. #6026 (169). Written-January 24, 1977. Revised-January 26, 1977. Filmed-January 28, 1977. 28 pages.
id157252
10
5
My Grandmother's House--"Pilot"
Scope and Contents
Written by Gary David Goldberg. First Draft April 26, 1991. The writing credits may not be final and should not be used for publicity or advertising purposes without first checking with the television legal department. This script is not for publication or reproduction. No one is authorized to dispose of same. If lost or destroyed, please notify the Script Department. Paramount Pictures Corporation. In association with UBU Productions. 60 pages.
id157253
10
6
Pam Dawber Pilot
Scope and Contents
Written by Susan Beavers. 1st Revised Table Draft. April 8, 1986. Warner Bros. Television. Warner Bros., Inc. 50 pages.
id157254
10
7
Remington Steele
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by Michael Gleason. Story by Michael Gleason and Robert Butler. Prod. #0903. December 21, 1981. Revised 1/15/82. MGM Enterprises. 66 pages.
id157256
10
8
St. Elsewhere--Episode #2--"Bypass"
Scope and Contents
By Joshua Brand and John Falsey. Prod. #2301. Final Draft. April 23, 1982. Revised 5/12/82, 5/13/82, 5/17/82, 5/19/8, 5/24/82, 5/25/82, 5/27/82. 64 pages.
id157257
10
9
St. Elsewhere--Episode #11--"Graveyard"
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, John Masius, and Tom Fontana. Story by Joshua Brand and John Falsey. Final Draft. September 3, 1982. Revised 9/13/82, 9/15/82. MTM Enterprises. 61 pages.
id157258
10
10
St. Elsewhere--Episode #4--"Samuels and the Kid"
Scope and Contents
Teleplay by John Masius. Story by John Masius, John Falsey, and Joshua Brand. Second Draft. Prod. #1303. 1/27/82. 2/2/82. MTM Enterprises. 62 pages.
id157259
10
11
"Win a Few, Lose a Few" (Pilot Episode)
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. November 9, 1972. 40 pages.
id157260
11
Hill Street Station
id157261
11
1
Budget Information
1/23/1980-2/8/1980
id157262
11
2
Call Sheets, Location Permits, Production Notes
2/27/1980-3/25/1980
id157263
11
3
Daily Production Reports, Shooting Schedule
2/28/1980-3/25/1980
id157264
11
4
Hill Street Blues (Pilot) (aka Hill Street Station)--Script
Scope and Contents
By Mark Kozoll and Steven Bochco. Prod. #0925. Rev. 7/17/80 (Re-shoot). Rev. 7/21/80 (Re-shoot). 60 pages.
id157265
11
5
Hill Street Station--Script
Scope and Contents
By Mark Kozoll and Steven Bochco. Prod. #0925. Rev. 7/17/80 (Re-shoot). Rev. 7/21/80 (Re-shoot). MTM Enterprise. 61 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script.
id157266
Television Specials
id157267
12
Memories of M*A*S*H
1991
id157273
12
3 Interviews
c05
id157268
12
1
Alda, Alan
Scope and Contents
Tape 1A: 23 pages, Tape 2A: 20 pages, Page 3A: 19 pages, Page 4A: 18 pages, Page 5A: 16 pages.
id157269
12
2
Arbus, Allan
Scope and Contents
Tape 22: 8 pages.
id157270
12
3
Bailey, G.W.
Scope and Contents
8 pages.
id157271
12
4
Bloodworth, Lisa
Scope and Contents
12 pages.
id157272
12
5
Burghoff, Gary
Scope and Contents
39 pages.
id157274
12
6
Christopher, Bill/Christopher, Barbara
Scope and Contents
Bill Christopher: 22 pages, Barbard Christopher: 8 pages.
id157275
12
7
Dishell, Dr. Walter
Scope and Contents
Reel #15: 6 pages.
id157276
12
8
Farr, Jamie
Scope and Contents
23 pages.
id157277
12
9
Farrell, Mike/Mike Farrell's Children
Scope and Contents
Mike Farrell: 36 pages, Mike Farrell's Children: 17 pages.
id157278
12
10
Gelbart, Larry/Reynolds, Gene
Scope and Contents
60 pages.
id157279
12
11
Linville, Larry
Scope and Contents
Tape 9: 22 pages, Tape 10: 10 pages.
id157294
12
12
Metcaf, Burt and Reynolds, Gene
Scope and Contents
Tape #00: 20 pages, Tape 01: 5 pages, Tape 23: 20 pages.
id157280
12
13
Morgan, Harry
Scope and Contents
19 pages.
id157281
12
14
Nakahara, Kellye
Scope and Contents
Reel #7: 7 pages, Tape #8: 6 pages.
id157282
12
15
Rogers, Wayne
Scope and Contents
Tape #2: 20 pages, Tape #3: 14 pages.
id157283
12
16
Stevenson, Maclean
Scope and Contents
Reel #11: 6 pages, Tape #11A: 8 pages, Tape #12A: 19 pages, Tape #13A: 17 pages, Tape #14A: 18 pages, Maclean Stevenson B-Roll (playing golf): 1 page.
id157284
12
17
Stiers, David Ogden/David Ogden Stiers & Parents
Scope and Contents
Tape #16: 5 pages, Tape #17: 15 pages, Tape #18: 23 pages, Tape #19: 7 pages, Tape #19 David Ogden Stiers & Parents: 7 pages. The folder also contains a two page cue sheet titled "DOS conduction."
id157285
12
18
Swit, Loretta
Scope and Contents
Tape #9: 12 pages, Tape #10: 14 pages.
id157286
12
19
Vester, Dr. John
Scope and Contents
8 pages.
id157293
12
20
Winter, Ed
Scope and Contents
5 pages.
id157348
12
4 Episode & Misc. Log Notes
id157349
12
1
Intro & Tapes
id157350
12
2
Time Codes & Scenes I
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following sections, maintained in chronological order: Year 1J, Year 2K, Year 3B, Year 4G, Year 5U, and Year 6Y.
id157351
12
3
Time Codes & Scenes II
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following sections, maintained in chronological order: Year 7T, Year 8S, Year 9Z, Year 10 I-G, and Year 11 9-B.
id157352
12
4
1983 Cast Intvs., Character Clips, Misc.
id157347
13
Additional M*A*S*H Interviews, Promotion Kit
id157288
13
1
Bonner, Gertrude
Scope and Contents
13 pages.
id157289
13
2
Hess, Shirley
Scope and Contents
Side One: 20 pages, Side Two: 16 pages.
id157290
13
3
Hohmann, George, Ph.D.
Scope and Contents
Side One: 27 pages, Side Two: 25 pages.
id157291
13
4
Long, Earl (Double Arm Amputee)
Scope and Contents
11 pages.
id157292
13
5
Nations, Elizabeth, R.N.
Scope and Contents
34 pages. Poplar Bludd, Mo, VA Hospital.
id157431
13
M*A*S*H Promotion Aid
id157295
14
Inside Family Ties--Interviews
id157297
14
1
Bateman, Justine/Bateman, Justine and Fox, Michael
Scope and Contents
Reel 27: 7 pages (2 copies), Reel 42: 4 pages (2 copies), Reel 43: 5 pages (2 copies).
id157298
14
2
Bennett, Ruth
Scope and Contents
Reel 86: 14 pages.
id157299
14
3
Birney, Meredith Baxter
Scope and Contents
Reels 41&41: 18 pages.
id157300
14
4
Bonsall, Brian
Scope and Contents
Brian Bonsall Reel 52: 2 pages (2 copies), Brian Bonsall's Mom and Teacher Reel 52: 6 pages (2 copies).
id157301
14
5
Borowitz, Susan
Scope and Contents
Reel 12: 10 pages, Reel 13: 12 pages.
id157302
14
6
Cox, Courtney
Scope and Contents
Reel 63: 2 pages (2 copies).
id157303
14
7
Fox, Michael
Scope and Contents
Reel 28: 4 pages (2 copies), Reels 49&50: 22 pages.
id157304
14
8
Goldberg, Gary
Scope and Contents
Reel 47: 1 page, Reel 59: 2 pages (2 copies), Reel 59: 5 pages, Reel 78: 11 pages, Reel 79: 12 pages, Reel 80: 13 pages, Reel 81: 14 pages (2 copies), Reel 82: 11 pages (2 copies), Reel 83: 12 pages (2 copies), Reel 84: 13 pages (2 copies), Reel 85: 10 pages.
id157305
14
9
Gross, Michael
Scope and Contents
Reel 40: 10 pages (2 copies).
id157306
14
10
Himes, Carol
Scope and Contents
Reel 51: 7 pages.
id157307
14
11
Lawrence, Marc
Scope and Contents
Reel 5: 14 pages (2 copies), Reel 6: 13 pages (2 copies), Reel 7: 13 pages (2 copies).
id157308
14
12
Price, Marc
Scope and Contents
Reel 11: 8 pages.
id157309
14
13
Tartikoff, Brandon
Scope and Contents
Reel #87-88: 16 pages.
id157310
14
14
Uger, Alan
Scope and Contents
Reel 9: 11 pages (2 copies), Reel 10: 11 pages, Reel 11: 8 pages.
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15
Valentine, Scott
Scope and Contents
Reel 8: 12 pages (3 copies).
id157312
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16
Weisman, Sam
Scope and Contents
Reel 23: 5 pages, Reel 24: 16 pages, Reel 54: 2 pages (3 copies).
id157313
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17
Winner, Judith
Scope and Contents
Reel 58: 6 pages (2 copies).
id157314
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18
Weithorn, Michael
Scope and Contents
Reel #19: 12 pages, Reel 20: 12 pages, Reels 22 and 23: 25 pages.
id157315
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19
Yothers, Tina
Scope and Contents
Reel 51: 6 pages (2 copies).
id157316
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20
Misc. Crew
Scope and Contents
Andrew, Stage Manager: Reel 48: 5 pages (2 copies). Jerry, the Guard: Reel 64: 4 pages (2 copies).
id157317
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Inside Family Ties--Production
id157318
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1
After Cast Reading
Scope and Contents
Reels 16-17: 6 pages.
id157319
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2
Writing Session
6/2/1987
Scope and Contents
Tapes 1,2,3,4: 41 pages (2 copies).
id157320
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3
End of Day Notes--Tuesday
Scope and Contents
Side 2, Reel 31: 8 pages (2 copies), Reels 31-35: 75 pages (2 copies), Reel 36: 10 pages (2 copies).
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4
End of Day Notes--Wednesday
Scope and Contents
Reels 44-45-46: 32 pages (2 copies).
id157322
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5
End of Day Notes--Thursday
Scope and Contents
Reel 55: 11 pages (2 copies).
id157323
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6
Production Meeting
Scope and Contents
Reel 14: 15 pages (2 copies), Reel 15: 7 pages (2 copies).
id157324
16
Shared Moments ABC Special
Scope and Contents
Museum of Television and Radio. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157325
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1
Cost Reports & Budget
1992-1993
id157326
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2
Program Description
id157327
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3
Music Clearance
id157328
16
4
ABC Contract
2/15/1990-4/23/1992
id157329
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5
Insurance, Network Standards, Contacts, Interview, Location, Editing, Production Design, Nielsen Ratings, Airline Tradeout, Title Clearance, Scenic Design
id157330
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6
Writers, Directors, Actors
id157331
16
7
Final Script--Great Television Moments: What We Watched
Scope and Contents
A Museum of Television & Radio Special for the ABC Television Network. Second Revised Final. October 9, 1992.Executive Producers: Allan Burns, Grant Tinker. Produced & Directed by Michael Hirsh. Written by Michael Hirsh. Co-Producer: Joel Lipman. Coordinating Producer: Karen Taylor. Michael Hirsh Productions. 43 pages.
id157332
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8
Advertising & Misc.
id157333
17
Welcome Home
id157334
17
1
Index & Script
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following categories: Important Phone Numbers, Maps, Band Plots, Stage Plots, Equipment List, AT/VTPB List, Staff List, Talent List, Schedule, Rundown, and Script.
id157335
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2
Opening Talk
id157336
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3
Introductions & Money Pitch I
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following categories, maintained in chronological order: Intro Chuck Hagel, Money Pitch #1, Intro Kris Kristofferson, and Intro Senator Kerry.
id157337
17
4
Introductions I
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following sections, maintained in chronological order: Intro Linda Ronstadt, Intro Rocky Bleier, Intro George Carlin, and Intro James Brown.
id157338
17
5
Introductions & Money Pitch II
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following categories, maintained in chronological order: Money Pitch #3, Intro Mark Montalban, Intro Maude Devictor, Intro Jim Wachtendonk, and Intro Stevie Wonder.
id157339
17
6
Introduction--Crosby Stills, and Nash
id157340
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7
Introductions II
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following sections, maintained in chronological order: Intro Martha Raye, Intro Anita Baker, Intro Blake Clark, Intro Jon Voight Talk & Intro Richie Havens, Ritchie Havens Intro Gossett & Talk, Intro Miss USA, and Intro John Sebastian.
id157341
17
8
Introductions & Money Pitch III
Scope and Contents
This folder contains the following sections, maintained in chronological order: Money Pitch #6, Intro John Fogerty "The Old Man Down the Road," and Intro Steve Mason.
id157342
17
9
Rundown
id157344
17
10
Schedule, Staff List, Cast List
id157345
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11
Misc.
id157353
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Television's Christmas Classics--Talent Clearances
id157354
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1
Memos, Misc.
id157355
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2
Talent Clearances, A-C
id157356
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3
Talent Clearances, D-H
id157357
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4
Talent Clearances, I-K
id157358
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5
Talent Clearances, L-M
id157359
18
6
Talent Clearances, N-S
id157360
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7
Talent Clearances, T-Z
id157361
19
Television Specials, Misc.
id157362
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5 Background Information by ACT
Scope and Contents
Museum of Television and Radio ABC Speical. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157363
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1
Main Open, Great Sketch Comedies
id157364
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2
Moments in History, Life-Cycle Events, Moments in Drama
id157365
19
3
Sit-Coms, Heart Moments, Musical Moments, Tag & Credits
id157366
19
6 Great Television Moments: What We Watched
id157367
19
1
Great Television Moments--Script
Scope and Contents
Revised Final. October 4, 1992. A Museum of Television & Radio Special for the ABC Television Network. Executive Producers: Allan Burns and Grant Tinker. Produced & Directed by Michael Hirsh. Written by Michael Hirsh and Joel Lipman. Co-Producer: Joel Lipman. Coordinating Producer: Karen Taylor. Michael Hirsh Productions. 43 pages.
id157368
19
2
Clips
id157369
19
3
Show Run-Downs and Treatments
id157370
19
4
Show Clips to Order or Ordered, etc.
id157371
19
5
Memos, Reference Information
id157373
19
7 Television's Christmas Classics CBS Special
id157375
19
1
Contacts, Budget, Location, Nielsen Ratings
id157376
19
2
Television Christmas Classics: A CBS Television Network Special--Script
Scope and Contents
Final. Revised: October 14, 1994. Hosted by Marie Osmond. Michael Hirsh, Executive Producer. Saryl T. Radwin, Producer. Shoot Date: Monday, October 17, 1994. Michael Hirsh Productions in association with MTM Enterprises. 20 pages. This folder contains two copies of the script, including a master copy.
id157377
19
3
Actors, Directors, DGA
id157378
19
4
Music Clearance, Title Clearance
id157380
19
5
Publicity
id157381
19
6
Credits, Licensing Payments, Clips, Production
id157386
19
7
Correspondence
1993-1994
id157387
20
Television's Christmas Classics
id157388
20
8 Talent Clearances
id157389
20
1
A-D
id157390
20
2
E-K
id157391
20
3
L-P
id157392
20
4
R-Z
id157394
20
9 Copyright Worksheets
id157395
20
1
A-C
id157397
20
2
D-K
id157402
20
3
L-O
id157403
20
4
P-S
id157406
20
5
T-W
id157407
20
6
Misc.
id157409
21
Music of Television and Radio Special
id157418
21
10 Talent Releases
id157410
21
1
A-D
id157411
21
2
E-J
id157412
21
3
K-O
id157416
21
4
P-S
id157417
21
5
T-Y
id157419
21
11 Clips
id157420
21
1
A-D
id157421
21
2
E-H
id157422
21
3
I-L
id157423
22
Talent Worksheets, Misc.
id157424
22
1
A-D
id157425
22
2
E-J
id157427
22
3
K-M
id157428
22
4
N-S
id157429
22
5
T-Y
id157430
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6
Misc.
id157434
Movie Scripts
id157435
23
A-F
id157436
23
1
Alien II
Scope and Contents
Treatment by David Giler & Walter Hill and James Cameron. September 21, 1983. 45 pages.
id157437
23
2
All The Pretty Horses
Scope and Contents
A Screenplay by Ted Tally. 101 pages.
id157438
23
3
Bottled Lightning
Scope and Contents
By Bo Goldman. Revised March 21, 1977. 150 pages. This folder also contains a Writers Guild of America Annual Award: Nomination for Screen Writing Achievement to Bo Goldman whose Screenplay "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Based on the Novel by Ken Kesey Has been nominated as the Best-Written American Drama adapted from another medium-1975.
id157440
23
4
Chocolat
Scope and Contents
A Screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs. n.pag.
id157441
23
5
Dominick and Eugene
Scope and Contents
Written by Corey Blechman, Danny Porfirio, Alvin Sargent (FInal writing credits to be determined by WGA). Directed by Robert M. Young. Farrell/Minoff Productions. March, 25, 1987. Revision 3/31/1987. Revision 4/15/1987. 124 pages.
id157442
23
6
Double Feature
Scope and Contents
A Screenplay by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. First Draft September 15, 1976. 136 pages.
id157443
23
7
Double Feature
Scope and Contents
A Screenplay by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Revised June 13, 1977. 122 pages.
id157444
23
8
Five Of A Kind
Scope and Contents
Screenplay Treatment by Joel Lipman and Michael Hirsh. Copyright 1987 Michael Hirsh Productions, Inc. 45 pages.
id157446
24
G-M
id157447
24
1
The Godfather
Scope and Contents
Screenplay by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola. Second Draft. March 1, 1971. 173 pages.
id157449
24
2
Grandma's
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael Hirsh. Second Draft. April 29, 1983. Copyright 1983. Michael Hirsh Productions. 106 pages.
id157450
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3
Grandma's
Scope and Contents
Written by Michael Hirsh. First Draft. 6/18/82. Copyright 1982. Michael Hirsh Productions, Inc. 114 pages.
id157448
24
4
The Last Casualty
Scope and Contents
Treatment. By Michael Hirsh. 119 pages. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Acquisitions form. Treatment. 2/28/85. Submitted to: Doug Stern. Analyst: Jim McDonald. Includes correspondence from Script Consultant Linda Seger, July 9, 1985.
id157451
24
5
Mastergate: A Congressional Hearing
Scope and Contents
By Larry Gelbart. Revised draft: June, 1, 1988. 92 pages. This folder contains three copies of the script.
id157452
24
6
The Milagro Beanfield War
Scope and Contents
Screenplay by David D. Ward. Based on the novel by John Nichols. Fourth Draft June 10, 1986. 136 pages.
id157454
24
7
Movie Movie 2
Scope and Contents
A screenplay by Larry Gelbart. First Draft. August 1, 1978. 141 pages.
id157456
25
P-W
id157458
25
1
Neighbors
Scope and Contents
Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. From the Novel by Thomas Berger. March 23, 1981. The Zanuk/Brown Company. 118 pages.
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2
Pure Shooter--MOW Outline
Scope and Contents
By Joel Lipman & Michael Hirsh. Copyright 1987 Michael Hirsh Productions, Inc. 10 pages.
id157462
25
3
Reckless
Scope and Contents
An Original Screenplay by Chris Columbus. Property of CBS Theatrical Films 1981. 109 pages.
id157463
25
4
Revenge of the Nerds
Scope and Contents
By Steve Zacharias and Jeff Buhai. Property of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. December 13, 1983. With Revision #2 December 29, 1983. 103 pages.
id157468
25
5
Shiva: A Drama
Scope and Contents
By Michael Hirsh. First Draft. March 9, 1989. Copyright 1989. 59 pages.
id157464
25
6
Shoot the Moon
Scope and Contents
An original screenplay by Bo Goldman. Director: Alan Parker. December 23, 1980. Alan Parker Film Company. 139 pages.
id157465
25
7
Tootsie
Scope and Contents
Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. March 8, 1982. New York. Mirage Enterprises. 145 pages.
id157466
25
8
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Scope and Contents
Written by Larry Gelbart. November 20, 1996. 95 pages.
id157469
Audiovisual Materials
id157500
26
M*A*S*H/Christmas
id157470
26
12 M*A*S*H VHS Tapes
id157471
26
Making M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Syndication/International Version. Narrated by Michael Hirsh. 1:27:23.
id157472
26
Making M*A*S*H Pt. 1
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh Productions, Inc. Series Title: MASH. Cassette Length: 60:00. Tape No. 3941 1.5. Record Date: 1/10/81. Program Length: Part I is 43 minutes. Reel No. 1 of 2.
id157473
26
Making M*A*S*H Pt. II
Scope and Contents
Cassette Length: 60 minutes. Tape No. 7716. Record Date: 3/28/83. Reel No. 2 of 2. Michael Hirsh Productions, Inc. WTTW/Chicago.
id157474
26
M*A*S*H, Tootsie & God: The Writers Guild Tribute to Larry Gelbart
Scope and Contents
PBS Version. 58:23. 3 acts. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157475
26
M*A*S*H Video Sampler
id157476
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
An Eye for a Tooth. Show #T-414. 10/17/91. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157477
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Final On Air Version. Sweetened. 12/2/91. TRT: 1:29:55. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157478
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
International Version #1 Short. TRT: 52:00. 12/10/91. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157479
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
International Version #1 Short. TRT: 52:00. 12/10/91. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157480
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Rally Round the Flagg Boys. Show #T-425. 10/17/91. Michael Hrish Productions.
id157481
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Show Dubs B-306, B-311, G-502, & G-512. 11/21/91. Years 3-4. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157482
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Show Dubs G-519, U-801, U-802, & U-808. Years 4-5. 11/21/91. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157483
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Show Dubs U-814, U-820, & U-825. 11/21/91. Year 5. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157484
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Souvenirs. Show #U-819. 10/21/91. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157485
26
Memories of M*A*S*H
Scope and Contents
Broadcast: November 24, 1991. CBS Television Network. Michael Hirsh Productions in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television. Running Time: 70 minutes.
id157486
26
13 Christmas VHS Tapes
id157487
26
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Alvin's Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157488
26
An American Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
A Modern Family Classic! Henry Winkler, with David Wayne, Chris Wiggins, R.H. Thompson, Kenneth Pogue, Susan Hogan, and Dorian Harewood. Executive Producers: Gary Smith and Edward J. Scherick. Produced by Jon Slan and Stanley Chase. Written by Jerome Coopersmith. Directed by Eric Till. V817. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157489
26
Andy Griffith Show: Christmas Story
Scope and Contents
V502. 12/19/60. Directed by Bob Sweeney. Written by David Alder. Starring Andy Griffith, Ronny Howard, Don Knotts, Frances Bavier.
id157490
26
Bewitched Christmas
Scope and Contents
V504 A--"Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here." V504 B--"A Vision of Sugar Plums."
id157491
26
A Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
Directed by Ralph Levy. Starring Frederic March, Basil Rathbone, Ray Middleton, Roger Wagner Chorale Family. Approx. Running Time: 61 min. V 808. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157492
26
A Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
With George C. Scott. V807. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157493
26
Golden Palace--"It's Beginning to Look a Lot (Less) Like Christmas"
Scope and Contents
V519. #1014. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157494
26
How the Grinch Stole Christmas/Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
Scope and Contents
V303 A and B. How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Approximate Running Time: 26 minutes, Color, 1966. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town: Approximate Running Time: 53 minutes.
id157495
26
How the Grinch Stole Christmas/If I Ran the Zoo
Scope and Contents
Narrated by Walter Matthau. Approx. 30 min. Close Captioned. Color.
id157496
26
Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
V307. A Henry G. Saperstein Production. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Starring the voice of Jim Backus as Mr. Magoo. Freely adapted from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol." Adapted by Barbard Chain. Directed by Abe Levitow. Executive Producer: Henry G. Saperstein. Produced by Lee Orgel. Voices: Morey Amsterdam, Jack Cassidy. Copyright 1952 UPA Pictures. Copyright 1982 Paramount Pictures Corp.
id157497
26
Rich Little's Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
Approximate running time 55 minutes. Color. A Caridi Entertainment Presentation. Program copyright 1978 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
id157498
26
Television's Christmas Carol
Scope and Contents
Demo 8:30. 4/22/96. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157499
26
Television's Christmas Classics
Scope and Contents
Hosted by Marie Osmond. 1 hour (This tape runs 46:42 with pulled blacks). CBS TV Network. Michael Hirsh Productions. MTM Entertainment, Inc. TRT 46:22.
id157501
27
Misc. Michael Hirsh Productions
id157502
27
Admiral Broadway Revue
Scope and Contents
Hollywood 4/8/49 (54:30), 2. Sky High 3/11/49 (54:35), First Sid Caesar TV Show.
id157503
27
Barbra Streisand CBS Concert, 1995
Scope and Contents
90 minutes. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157504
27
Bewitched, All in the Family, Maude
Scope and Contents
V1117 A. Bewitched--"Marriage." V1117 B. Maude--"Meets Florida." V1117 C. All in the Family--"Pilot." Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157505
27
B.S. Love Counselor: Contraception for Teens Segments
Scope and Contents
TRTL 30:00. 11/17/92. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157506
27
Desmond Morris: Human Sexuality
Scope and Contents
The Learning Channel. 1/30/95. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157507
27
Donna Reed, December Bride, Hitchcock, The Odd Couple
Scope and Contents
Donna Reed ("A Very Merry XMas"), December Bride ("Christmas Show"), Hitchcock ("Santa Claus and the Tenth Ave. Kid"), The Odd Couple ("Scrooge Gets an Oscar"). V524 A-D.
id157508
27
Eastside Westside--"Who Do You Kill?"
Scope and Contents
For Michael Hirsh Productions. VTR: 7/21/92. V1093 B.
id157509
27
An Evening with Fred Astaire
Scope and Contents
From ". With Window Code. VTR: 6/9/92. V512. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157510
27
An Evening with Larry Gelbart
Scope and Contents
4/22/98. 3/25/98. Michael Hirsh, Larry Gelbart.
id157511
27
Inside Family Ties
Scope and Contents
Off air copy. Michael Hrish Productions.
id157512
27
It Shouldn't Hurt to Be a Kid: The Natural Helpers Story
Scope and Contents
57:30. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157513
27
JFK Gala, 1 of 2
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157514
27
JFK Gala, 2 of 2
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157515
27
Martin Luther King with Merv Griffin
Scope and Contents
For preview use only. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157516
27
The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Pilot)/Rhoda (Pilot)
id157517
27
The Mary Tyler Moore Show--"Chuckles Bites the Dust/Ted's Wedding"
Scope and Contents
TRT: 25:55/25:54. Ch. 1&2 Comp. Mono 6/14/92. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157518
27
The Mary Tyler Moore Show--"Once I Had a Secret Love"
Scope and Contents
#5108. Act 5: Sit Com. V11111. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157519
27
The Mary Tyler Moore Variety Hour
Scope and Contents
#0101 1978. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157520
27
Michael Hirsh Compilation Tape
Scope and Contents
63 minutes. 8/5/97. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157521
27
Once You Cross the Line: A training tape on preventing clergy misconduct
Scope and Contents
A training tape on presenting clergy misconduct: sexual abuse in the ministerial relationship. Keeping the Faith: a program series produced by the Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence.
id157522
27
The Red Skelton Holiday Hour
Scope and Contents
Shokus Video Presents Vintage Television #719. 1. Thanksgiving Show 125A (1955) Complete with commercials. 2. XMAS 125B (1954) With guest star Allen Jenkins. Copyright MCMXCI by Shokus Video. For Home Use Only.
id157523
27
Sammy Davis Jr. 60th Anniversary Special
Scope and Contents
VTR: 6/19/92. Window Dub. V1049. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157524
27
Saturday Night Live--Christmas Past Part One & Two
Scope and Contents
V501A/V501B. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157525
27
The Stingiest Man in Town
Scope and Contents
Starring the voices of Walter Matthau, Tom Bosley, Theodore Bikel, Robert Morse and Dennis Day! V 305. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157526
27
Superspots Demo Tape: The Greatest Super Bowl Commercials of All Time
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirst Productions. In Association with Steve Sauer Enterprises.
id157527
27
Superspots Demo Tape: The Greatest Super Bowl Commercials of All Time
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh Productions. In Association with Steve Sauer Enterprises. Dubbed from BETACAM SP.
id157528
27
Sweet Liberty Press Kit
Scope and Contents
Audio: CH 1 & 2. Viewing Copy. Updated Version 4/14/86. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157529
27
Teenage Sex and Birth Control (Pilot)
Scope and Contents
Michael Hirsh/Elayne Goldstein, WTTW/Chicago, 18 minutes.
id157530
27
Word Pictures #101
Scope and Contents
Record date: September 18, 1988. WTTW Productions. Michael Hirsh, Director of West Coast Program Development.
id157531
27
You Should See What You're Missing
Scope and Contents
PBS Special. 4/9/76. TRT: 57:20. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157532
27
You Should See What You're Missing!
Scope and Contents
PBS. 1976. TV censorship. Dub from ". 60 minutes. Michael Hirsh Productions.
id157533
Great Television Moments: What We Watched
Scope and Contents
The Museum of Television & Radio Special. Anderson Video. Vault this for MTM Edit 10/27 "Television's Christmas Classics." Final Mix. Reel: Master. Date: 11/6/92. Client: Blacks Pulled Michael Hirsh PRoductions. Oper.: Reynolds. Ampex 196 Mastering Series.


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The collection consists of Michael Hirsh's original manuscripts, photographs, research, correspondence, and proofs related to the publication of [i]The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust. [/i]The second series in the collection consists of materials related to Hirsh's time as a television and film producer and writer, with a concentration on the series M*A*S*H. This series also contains materials related to the history of television, as well as assorted scripts and screenplays.
524
Michael Hirsh Manuscript Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
541
Michael Hirsh
c Donation
2010
545
Michael Hirsh is as a journalist, documentarian, and producer in radio and television. Over his 35 year career, he was the recipient of numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards, a Writers Guild Award, the DuPont-Columbia Citation, and the George Foster Peabody Award. He served as a combat correspondent with the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, where he was also awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge. Hirsh is the author of several works of non-fiction, including The Liberators: America's Witnesses to the Holocaust (New York: Bantam Books, 2010).
630
MASH (Television program)
650
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American
Concentration camps -- Austria -- History -- 20th century
Concentration camps -- Germany -- History -- 20th century
Film & TV studies
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Atrocities
Soldiers -- United States -- Interviews
World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Austria
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Germany
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Liberation
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