Motion Pictures and Filmstrips, 1971: Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries
Third Series
Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series
Volume 25, Parts 12–13, Number 1

Motion Pictures and Filmstrips

January-June
1971

 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE · THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
WASHINGTON: 1971
These entries alone may not reflect the complete Copyright Office record pertaining to a particular work. Contact the U.S. Copyright Office for information about any additional records that may exist.
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For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Price of this part is given on page vi.

Preface

The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES is published by authority of sections 210 and 211 of Title 17 of the United States Code. Section 210 provides in part: “The current catalog of copyright entries and the index volumes herein provided for shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration.”

The Catalog is subdivided into parts corresponding to the classes of material listed in section 5 of Title 17 of the United States Code. The table at the end of this preface shows the organization of the Catalog, the symbols used with the registration numbers to identify the classes, and the prices of the semiannual or annual issues.

The record of each copyright registration listed in the Catalog includes a description of the work copyrighted and data relating to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright claimant as given in the application for registration, the copyright date, the copyright registration number, etc.).

For a more complete description of the contents of this issue of the Catalog see p. vii.

Information as to changes of copyright ownership is not included in the Catalog, but a search of the Copyright Office Assignments and Related Documents Indexes may be requested from the Register of Copyrights. A fee for the search and report will be estimated at the statutory rate of $5 per hour.

For each registration listed, except for renewals, there has been deposited a copy or copies of the work in accordance with the provisions contained in sections 12, 13, 14, or 215 of Title 17 of the United States Code.

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The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, suggestions, and comments on the content and organization of the Catalog. Such communications should be addressed to the Chief of the Cataloging Division, Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540.

Organization of Parts

Each part listed in the following table records all current registrations in the class or classes indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal registrations are listed separately at the end of each related part. Some parts also contain registrations made under symbols other than those listed for the particular part, if the subject matter or type of material is similar to that generally included in the part.

The first letter of the symbol is that of the class under which registration is made. Second and third letters, if any, that follow the initial letter are added by the Copyright Office for the purpose of statistical analysis. Their significance is as follows:

F
Published foreign works. In the case of books and periodicals, it designates works manufactured outside the United States (except those registered for ad interim copyright). In all other classes to which it applies, it designates works first published outside the United States, the authors of which are neither citizens nor domiciliaries of the United States. (AF, EF)
I
Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copyright. (AI, BI)
O
Published works of foreign origin registered under the waiver-of-fee provision (section 215 of Title 17 of the United States Code). (BIO, GFO)
P
Domestic published works in classes for which registration is possible for either published or unpublished works. (EP, JP)
U
Unpublished works in classes for which registration is possible for either published or unpublished works. (DU, EU)

Introduction
Parts 12–13 list published and unpublished motion pictures currently registered in classes L and M, and filmstrips currently registered in classes A and J. Films for which the copyright has been renewed are listed separately in the Renewal Registrations section. The motion pictures registered include feature pictures, cartoons, industrial films, classroom films, television films, etc. Many of the recording scripts made to accompany filmstrips are registered in classes C and D and are listed in Parts 3–4: Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery.

Arrangement is by title. Each work is described in a main entry which includes information pertinent to the copyright claim. References are made from other titles associated with the films.

The Name Index to the names of claimants, producing and releasing companies, sponsors, authors, etc. given in the main entries covers both currently registered works and renewal registrations, the latter being identified by the symbol (R).

For works currently registered each main entry includes the following items of information if available and applicable:

1)
Title.
2)
Production statement including name of releaser.
3)
Physical description, including running time or number of reels, width of film, etc.
4)
Series statement.
5)
Author and title of the published work on which the film is based or with which it is correlated.
6)
Names of individuals or organizations contributing to the production of the film.
7)
Names of principal actors and actresses, generally not more than five.
8)
Names given in the application which do not appear elsewhere in the entry.
9)
Application title if it varies substantially in wording from the title as it is given in the work.
10)
Name of the employer in the case of a work made for hire, if so named in the application.
11)
Information contained in the application which relates to the registration of an earlier version of the work.
12)
Brief statement of the new matter on which copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbreviation NM, if this information is given in the application and is not indicated elsewhere in the entry.
13)
Copyright symbol ©.
14)
Name of the copyright claimant.
15)
For published works, date of publication as given in the application; for unpublished works, the date on which the last of all the items required to complete registration (i.e., description and representative prints in the case of motion pictures—or a complete copy of the filmstrip—application, and fee) was received in the Copyright Office.
16)
Registration number.
For published works, whenever it is necessary to indicate a variation between the information given in the application and in the copy of the work with respect to the claimant’s name or date of publication, the data from the application is given first, followed by the phrase, “in notice” and the data given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe & Co.; 19Mar71 (in notice: 1970), LP38800.

Works deposited in connection with copyright registration may be selected for inclusion in the collections of the Library of Congress. Library of Congress printed cards are available for many of the published works so selected. Orders for such cards or inquiries concerning them should be addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541.

For renewal registrations, the main entry includes the following items of information if available and applicable:

1)
Title.
2)
Length of film in reels.
3)
Name of the author, which is usually the original producing company.
4)
Copyright symbol ©.
5)
Date of original copyright.
6)
Original registration number.
7)
Name of the renewal claimant followed by a statement usually abbreviated, giving the basis of the renewal claim as supplied by the applicant; e.g., “John Doe & Co. (PWH)” indicates that renewal of copyright is claimed by John Doe & Co. as proprietor of copyright in a work made for hire.
8)
Date of receipt of the renewal application or fee, whichever is later.
9)
Renewal registration number.
Registrations January-June 1971
Class L— Domestic published motion-picture photoplays 687
Foreign published motion-picture photoplays 9
Unpublished motion-picture photoplays 8
Class M— Domestic published motion pictures other than photoplays 609
Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays 73
Filmstrips registered in class A 77
Filmstrips registered in class J 381

Total 1,844
Renewals: Class L and M 454
These figures represent the number of registrations for motion pictures and filmstrips for January-June 1971, but do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registration figures for other classes of material may be found in the respective parts.

Abbreviations and Symbols
The following list includes abbreviations and symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright or bibliographic meanings.

(A)
author(s)
a.a.d.o.
accepted alternative designation of
a.k.a.
also known as
acc.
accompaniment
Adm.c.t.a.
Administrator(s) cum testamento annexo
Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a.
Administrator(s) de bonis non cum testamento annexo
appl.
application
approx.
approximate, approximately
arr.
arranged, arrangement, arranged by
Aufl.
Auflage
augm.
augmented
Ausg.
Ausgabe
b&w
black and white
Bd.
Band (German)
bearb.
bearbeitet
©
copyright symbol
(C)
child or children of the deceased author
ca.
circa
chap.
chapter(s)
col.
colored
comp.
compiler
d.b.a.
doing business as
(E)
executor(s) of the author
ed.
edition, editor
enl.
enlarged
fr.
frames
ft.
feet
hrsg.
herausgegeben
illus.
illustration(s)
m
music, music by
min.
minutes
mm.
millimeters
(NK)
next of kin of the deceased author
NM
new matter
no.
number(s)
nouv.
nouveau, nouvelle
op.
opus
p.
page(s)
(PCB)
proprietor of copyright in a work copyrighted by a corporate body otherwise than as assignee or licensee of the individual author
(PCW)
proprietor of copyright in a composite work
(PPW)
proprietor of copyright in a posthumous work
(PWH)
proprietor of copyright in a work made for hire
prev.
previous, previously
print.
printing
priv.
print. privately printed
pseud.
pseudonym
pt.
part, parts
pty.
proprietary
pub.
published, publishing
R, (R)
renewal registration
reg.
registered, registration
rev.
revised
sd.
sound
sec.
seconds
ser.
series
si.
silent
suppl.
supplement
t.
tome, tomo
T., Th.
Teil, Theil
t.a.
trading as
t.p.
title page
tr.
translator
v., vol.
volume, volumes
w
words, words by
(W)
widow of the author
(Wr)
widower of the author
These entries alone may not reflect the complete Copyright Office record pertaining to a particular work. Contact the U.S. Copyright Office for information about any additional records that may exist.
1
MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS
CURRENT REGISTRATIONS
A list, arranged by title, of domestic and foreign motion pictures and filmstrips registered during the period covered by this issue. References from variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled.

A
A.I.D.–THE WEEKEND. See

DRAGNET 1970.

A.K.A. CASSIUS CLAY. Sports of the Century. Released by United Artists Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, William Cayton; director, Jim Jacobs; writer, Bernard Evslin.

Cast: Muhammad Ali, Richard Kiley, Cus D’Amato.

NM: compilation & additions.

© Sports of the Century, Inc.; 3Nov70; LP38909.

AN/TTC-31. GTE Sylvania. Made by Pike Productions. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © GTE Sylvania, Inc.; 8Feb71; MP21310.

A.S. 8. See

EAR NOTCHING AND CLIPPING TEETH.

ABSORPTION OF LIGHT BY CHLOROPHYLL. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Photosynthesis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21410.

ACCENT ON THE ACCENT. Computer Image Corp. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Dolores Lawler. Appl. states prev. reg. 23Apr70, MU8164. © Computer Image Corp.; 1Jun70; MP21142.

THE ACCOUNTING MACHINE. John Wiley & Sons. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Punched card data processing series)

Credits: Producer, Edward H. Rategan.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 5Apr71; MP21579.

ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN THE WORLD OF JOBS. See

JOB OPPORTUNITIES NOW.

ACROSS THE POTOMAC. Sunday River Productions. 11 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (On the Western Maryland, pt. 2) Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 20Jan71; MP21390.

ACRYLICS. See

CEMENTING AND LAMINATING.

CUTTING AND FINISHING SERIES.

DRILLING COMPRESSED CUBE.

HEAT FORMING SERIES.

INTERNAL CARVING.

AN ACTOR WORKS (A SCENE FROM THE TROJAN WOMEN) Film Play/Data Bureau & Strolling Players. Distributed by Doubleday Multimedia. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Cast: Viveca Lindfors.

© Film Play/Data Bureau, Inc. & Strolling Players, Inc.; 15Dec71 (in notice: 1970); MP21484.

ADAM-12. Mark VII. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Television. © Adam-12 Productions.

Log no.

14. S.W.A.T. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Adam Wade, Thomas Belin, William Boyett. © 22Jan70; LP39122.

15. Exactly one hundred miles. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joe Pevney; writer, Jack Hawn. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Butch Patrick, Stephanie Taylor, Ric Natoli. © 18Sep69; LP39063.

23. Pig is a three letter word. Credits: Producer, James Doherty; director, Joe Pevney; writer, James Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Robert Munk, Ed Rue, Linda Frey. © 9Oct69; LP39066.

24. A rare occasion. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Robert Douglas; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Raymond Mayo, Mikki Jamison, Carla Borelli. © 12Feb70; LP39125.

34. Astro. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Robert Douglas; writer, Guerdon Trueblood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Gary Crosby, Vance Sharstedt, William Boyett. © 9Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP39058.

43. Hostage. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Robert Hamner. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Del Moore, John LeSell, Russ Conway. © 3Jan70; LP39121.

44. Attempted bribery. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director & writer, James Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Del Moore, Art Gilmore, George Brenlin. © 16Apr70; LP39133.

52. Good cop: Handle with care. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Robert Douglas; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Carl Reindel, Margarita Cordova, William Boyett. © 2Oct69; LP39065.

54. Impersonation. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Woodrow Parfrey, James McEachin, W. Victor Scott. © 5Feb70; LP39124.

63. Baby. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Guerdon Trueblood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, William Boyett, Foster Brooks, George Dunn. © 6Nov69; LP39069.

64. Bottom of the bottle. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Stan Crosland; writer, Robert L. Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, J. Pat O’Nalley, Larry Blake, Norma Crane. © 29Jan70; LP39123.

74. Light duty. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Guerdon Trueblood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, William Boyett, Beth Brickel, David Brooks. © 19Mar70; LP39129.

83. A different thing. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Robert Douglas; writer, Richard Neil Morgan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Naomi Stevens, Pearl Shear, Benny Rubin. © 16Oct69; LP39067.

93. One a junkie. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Guerdon Trueblood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, John Ken, Robert Donner, Barney Phillips. © 20Nov69; LP39070.

94. Vengence. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman Saunders; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Timothy Brown, James McEachin, Luana Patten. © 5May70; LP59127.

103. A sound like thunder. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, James Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Ralph Moody, Barbara Baldwin, Mikki Jamison. © 30Oct69; LP39068.

104. The bomb. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman S. Saunders; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Bing Russell, Robert Knapp, Frank Maxwell. © 12Mar70; LP39128.

114. Hero. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman S. Saunders, director, Joe Pevney; writer, Don Ingalls. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, A. Martinez, Natividad Vacio, Ann Doran. © 26Mar70; LP39130.

123. Courtroom. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Richard Will Morgan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, William Boyett, William Traylor, Cary Crosby. © 27Nov69; LP39071.

124. Airport. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman Saunders; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Myron Healey, Raymond Mayo, John Sebastian. © 26Feb70; LP39126.

134. Child stealer. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman S. Saunders; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Gloria Manon, Squire Fridell, Quent Sondergaard. © 2Apr70; LP39131.

142. As high as you are. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Robert Douglas; writer, Guerdon Trueblood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Jerry Ayres, Art Matrano, Frank Campenella. © 18Dec69; LP39073.

143. Cave. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Robert Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Kathleen O’Malley, Sam Edwards, Bing Russell. © 11Dec69; LP39072.

144. Bank robbery. Credits: Producers, James Doherty & Herman S. Saunders; director, Joe Pevney; writer, Doherty. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Mike Mazurki, Dorothy Keller, Jed Allan. © 9Apr70; LP39132.

153. Find me a needle. © 25Sep69; LP39064.

173. Shoplift. Credits: Producers, Jack Webb & James Doherty; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Nira Barab, Nira Shipman, Jo De Winter. © 7May70 (in notice: 1969); LP39059.

ADAM-12. Mark VII. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 26 min each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Television & NBC-TV Network. © Adam-12 Productions.

Log no.

61. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Phil Rawlins; writer, Noel Nosseck. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, William Stevens, Claude Johnson, Robert Donner. © 12Dec68; LP38771.

72. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Phil Rawlins; writer, Robert H. Forward. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Stafford Repp, James B. Sikking, James McCallion. © 7Nov68; LP38767.

91. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Richard Van Fleet. © 17Oct68; LP38764.

101. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Holly Morse; writer, Tom Dunphy. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Margaret Field, Steve Cory, Floyd Mutrix. © 14Nov68; LP38768.

111. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Hollingsworth Morse; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Kent McCord, Martin Milner, William Stevens, Claude Johnson, Robert Rothwell. © 5Dec68; LP38770.

122. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Hollingsworth Morse; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Dick Foran, Jack Hogan, Mittie Lawrence. © 19Dec68; LP38772.

131. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Hollingsworth Morse; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Joan Shawlee, Vincent Beck, Gene Dynorksi. © 10Oct68; LP38763.

132. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Phil Rawlins; writer, Richard Neil Morgan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Lee J. Lambert, Dianna Curtis, Richard Steele. © 28Nov68; LP38769.

ADAM-12. Mark VII. Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Television & NBC-TV Network. © Adam-12 Productions.

Log no.

51. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Harry Morgan; writer, Richard Neil Morgan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Henry Beckman, Hal Smith. © 26Dec68; LP38773.

71. Credits: Producer, R. A. Cinader; director, Alan Crosland; writer, Robert Holt. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Ned Glass, Charles Dierkop, Dennis Turner. © 2Nov68; LP38766.

161. Credits: Producer, Bob Cinader; director, Phil Rawlins; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Don Hanmer, Eve Brent. © 26Oct68; LP38765.

ADDING AND CALCULATING MACHINES. See

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES.

ADDING WITH FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21078.

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS. See

MATHEMATICS.

ADDITION OF FRACTIONAL NUMBERS. Macmillan Co. Made by Davidson Films. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Macmillan school mathematics program) © Macmillan Co.; 31Dec69; MP21061.

ADDITION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21064.

ADDITION WITH MIXED NUMERALS. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21221.

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON (Filmstrip) Lollipop Dragon Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Distributed by Society for Visual Education, Inc.

Contents: L106-1–L106-6: How the lollipop dragon got his name (Sharing) 55 fr.–Working together. 41 fr.–Avoiding litter. 31 fr.–Care of property. 34 fr.–Taking turns. 37 fr.–Kindness to animals. 40 fr.

© Lollipop Dragon Productions, Inc.; 10Aug70; JP12875.

ADVENTURES WITH ALPHIE (Filmstrip) Knowledge Aid. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: A gorilla is a gorilla? 33 fr.–A bowerbird is a bowerbird? 27 fr.–A penguin is a penguin? 31 fr.–An ant is an ant? 34 fr.

© Knowledge aid, whose full name is Knowledge Aid, division of M.J.E. Corp.; 29Dec70; A226647.

AEROBIC RESPIRATION. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Respiration) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21414.

AFFAIR OF HONOR. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

AFRICA: LIVING IN TWO WORLDS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Visual Education Centre. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The African scene) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 5Feb71 (in notice: 1970); MP21276.

AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

AFRICAN SCENE. See

AFRICA: LIVING IN TWO WORLDS.

BOY OF BOTSWANA.

CITY BOY OF THE IVORY COAST.

TWO BOYS OF ETHIOPIA.

AFRICAN WITNESS (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Produced with Foreign Mission Board. © Broadman Films; 1Apr71; A248889.

AFRO-CITY: ABEOKUTA, NIGERIA (Filmstrip) ABT Associates. 26 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Script, camera, editing, Ray Glazier.

© ABT Associates, Inc.; 8Jun70; JP13052.

AN AFTERNOON IN A TUSCAN VILLA. Malcolm R. McBride. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Malcolm R. McBride; film collaborator, Quin Young; assistant collaborator & interpreter, Edward Petrucci; chief photographer, Silvano Nencini; assistant photographer, Franco Taccola.

© Malcolm R. McBride; 26Nov70; MP21133.

THE AGE OF EXPANSION. See

WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND.

AGE OF EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION. Centron Educational Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Feb71; MP21470.

AGENDA FOR THE 70S (Filmstrip) Urban Task Force, United States Catholic Conference. Made by Urbex Affiliates. 124 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Chet Huntley; music, Bill Comeau.

© United States Catholic Conference, Inc., Urban Task Force; 30Oct70; JP12963.

THE AGING OF LAKES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 19Feb71; MP21568.

AGRICULTURE. See

SEEING EASTERN EUROPE.

AGRICULTURE AND FISHING. See

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.

AIR POLLUTION MENACE. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

AIRMAN’S INFORMATION MANUAL (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 2 filmstrips (section A, 92 fr.; section B, 88 fr.), color, 35 mm. Appls. state prev. pub. 4Mar68, JP10680 & JP10681. NM: additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jan71; JP12982-12983.

AIRPORT. Ross Hunter Productions. Released by Universal Pictures. 137 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by Arthur Hailey.

Cast: Burt Lancaster, George Kennedy, Dana Wynter, Dean Martin, Barry Nelson.

© Universal Pictures & Ross Hunter Productions, Inc.; 5Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38968.

AIRPORT. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 124.

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

ALBERT. See

GUNSMOKE.

ALEX IN WONDERLAND. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 112 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Coriander production.

Credits: Associate producer, Anthony Ray; original music composed & conducted by Tom O’Horgan; director of photography, Laszlo Kovacs; camera operator, Bob Byrne.

Cast: Donald Sutherland, Ellen Burstyn, Meg Mazursky, Glenna Sergent, Viola Spolin.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 30Dec70; LP38518.

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

ALL ABOUT SEEDS. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

THE ALL AMERICAN BAND. McDonald’s Corp. Released by United Artists Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Mattco production. © McDonald’s Corp.; 18Nov70; LP39153.

ALL EYES ON YOU. Cine Mark, division of Krebs Productions. Presented by Coca Cola Co. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented in cooperation with National Cheerleaders Assn. © Coca-Cola Co.; 2Mar70; MP21492.

ALL THE LASSIES. See

TELL ME A STORY.

ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

THE ALLAPUR CONSPIRACY. See

MAYA.

ALONG CAME JOEY. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

ALPHABETIC CORRESPONDENCE. See

BUSINESS FILING.

ALPHABETIC FILING: INDIVIDUAL NAMES. Lesson 1 (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 29 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer, C. A. Rohr.

Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District. Appl. ti.: Alphabetical filing: individual names.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec70; JP13012.

ALPHABETIZING RULES. See

BUSINESS FILING.

ALPINE, TEXAS. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 10.

AM I DEPENDABLE? Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. 2d ed. of Am I trustworthy? © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21041.

AM I TRUSTWORTHY. See

AM I DEPENDABLE.

AMBLIN. Denis C. Hoffman. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Denis C. Hoffman; director & writer, Steven Spielberg; music, Michael Lloyd; photographer, Allen Daviau.

Cast: Pamela McMyler, Richard Levin.

© Denis C. Hoffman; 17Sep70; LU3607.

AMERICA AT GETTYSBURG. S. M. G. Investments. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © S. M. G. Investments, Inc.; 11May71; MU8325.

AMERICA, I KNOW YOU. FilmFair Communications. Distributed by Trend Films. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Based on the book by Bill Martin, Jr. © FilmFair, Inc.; 10Mar71; MP21458.

AMERICA–1970. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 6.

THE AMERICAN BALD EAGLE. Coronet Instructional Films & Laboratory of Ornithology, Cornell University. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Jan71; MP21347.

THE AMERICAN ELM–PLAN FOR SURVIVAL. Iowa State University. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 17Oct70; MP21342.

AMERICAN INDIAN LIFE ON THE SOUTHERN PLAINS. Science Museum. Made by Film Co. 65 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer, Karen D. Petersen.

© Science Museum; 1Nov70; MP21341.

THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE. SEE

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN. ABC Sports. Approx. 50 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © ABC Sports, Inc.

Show no.

1. © 9Dec70; MP21583.

2. © 18Dec70; MP21584.

3. © 28Dec70; MP21585.

4. © 6Jan71; MP21586.

5. © 15Jan71; MP21587.

6. © 25Jan71; MP21588.

7. © 3Feb71; MP21617.

8. Appl. states prev. reg. 10Dec69, MP20337. NM: segment 2 & 3. © 16Feb71; MP21618.

9. Appl. states prev. reg. 19Dec69, MP20338. NM: segment 1 & 3. © 23Feb71; MP21619.

10. Appl. states prev. reg. 19Dec69, MP20338. NM: segment 1. © 3Mar71; MP21620.

11. Appl. states prev. reg. 29Dec69, MP20339. NM: segment 1 & 3. © 12Mar71; MP21621.

THE AMERICAN WILDERNESS. National Broadcasting Co. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented in cooperation with National Academy of Sciences.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Robert Rogers; reporter, Hugh Downs; music, Charlie Byrd; cameraman, Richard Norling; editor, Desmond McElroy.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 15Jan71; MP21378.

THE AMERICAN WILDERNESS: HERITAGE IN PERIL (Filmstrip) Scholastic Magazines. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. NM: compilation. © Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 1Oct70; JP13042.

THE AMERICA’S CUP RACES 1970. Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Sterling Films. © Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.; 23Apr71; MP21612.

THE AMERICA’S CUP RACES 1970. Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. 40 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Sterling Films. NM: additional cinemagraphic work. © Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.; 6May71; MP21611.

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS. Group 1 (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 6 v.

Contents: A202-1–202-6: The roots of our urban problems. 72 fr.–The air pollution menace. 74 fr.–Water pollution, a complex problem. 73 fr.–Solid waste, a new pollutant. 68 fr. The transportation crisis. 66 fr.–The housing crisis. 50 fr.

Credits: Consultant, John E. Drodow.

Appl. author: Woodbury Conkling.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 1Feb71; A226002.

AMOS AND THE BLACK BULL. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE. Pt. 1: The orbit. Institute of Op[h]thalmology & Baylor College of Medicine. Made by Teaching Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Herbert R. Smith; script, Connie Nelson; narrator, Don Macon; illustrator, Jan Wyman; photographers, Joachim Zwer & Gene Davis; editor, Eugenia Doughtie.

© Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 13Jan71; MU8276.

ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE. Pt. 2: Extraocular muscles. Institute of Op[h]thalmology & Baylor College of Medicine. Made by Teaching Films. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Herbert R. Smith; script, Connie Nelson; narrator, Don Macon; illustrators, Jan Wyman, Steve Harrison & Barry Baker; photographers, Joachim Zwer & Allen Mewbourn; editor, Eugenia Doughtie.

© Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 13Jan71; MU8275.

AND ONE MORE SPRING. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

AND THEY PAINTED DAISIES ON HIS COFFIN. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

AND YOU GAVE ME (Filmstrip) Graded Press. Made by Division of Curriculum Resources, General Board of Education, United Methodist Church. 67 fr., color, 35 mm. With Leader’s guide & Reading script, 18 p. Produced through Trafco. Guide by Harold D. Burkhardt; written by George E. Koehler; photography by Wayne Smith. © Graded Press; 31Dec70; A209763.

THE ANDERSON TAPES. Robert M. Weitman Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Lawrence Sanders.

Credits: Producer, Robert M. Weitman; director, Sidney Lumet; screenplay, Frank R. Pierson; music composer & conductor, Quincy Jones; director of photography, Arthur J. Ornitz; film editor, Joanne Burke.

Cast: Sean Connery, Dyan Cannon, Martin Balsam, Ralph Meeker, Alan King.

© Robert M. Weitman Productions; 1Jun71; LP39158.

ANDREA DEL SARTO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12940.

ANDREA MANTEGNA (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12932.

ANESTHESIA. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

ANGEL FOOD CAKE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21254.

ANGEL IN THE FAMILY. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

ANGEL UNCHAINED. American International Productions. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Lee Madden; co-producer, Norman T. Herman; screenplay, Jeffrey Alladin Fiskin; music, Randy Sparks; music supervision, Al Simms; director of photography, Irving Lippman; film editor, Fred Feitshans, Jr.

Cast: Don Stroud, Luke Askew, Larry Bishop, Tyne Daly, Neil Moran.

© American International Productions; 19Aug70; LP38509.

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

ANIMAL LIFE SERIES. Set 1. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 7 motion pictures (9 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 17Nov70 (in notice: 1969); MP21392.

ANIMAL LIFE SERIES. Set 2. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 7 motion pictures (9 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 17Nov70 (in notice: 1969); MP21393.

ANIMAL NAMES–PETS AND FARM. See

DO YOU KNOW.

ANIMAL NAMES–ZOO. See

DO YOU KNOW.

ANIMALS HATCHED FROM EGGS. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Milo K. Blecha.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov70; MP21357.

ANIMALS IN THE FOREST. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

ANIMALS OF EVERY KIND. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

ANIMALS THAT LIVE IN WATER. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Nov70; MP21054.

ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS. Universal Pictures. 145 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the play by Maxwell Anderson.

Cast: Richard Burton, Genevieve Bujold, Irene Papas, Terry Wilton, Valerie Gearon.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 18Dec69; LP38938.

ANOTHER CLEAN STORY. Westinghouse Electric Corp. Made by Jam Handy Productions, division of T.T.P. Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8307.

AN ANT IS AN ANT. See

ADVENTURES WITH ALPHIE.

ANTONELLO DA MESSINA (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Feb67; JP12927.

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN ROME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

APPLYING CLUTCHES AND BANDS. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

ARC WELDING EQUIPMENT (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 31 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, C-2A)

Credits: By Sheldon Abbott.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13078.

ARCHAEOLOGY. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

ARK. Film Group I. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer & director, Rolf Forsberg.

© Film Group I; 15Aug70; MP21108.

ART & MAN. See

THE CITY: A PORTRAIT IN CONTRASTS.

THE ART OF HANDLING PEOPLE (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 49 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12785.

ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE REGULATION. John Wiley & Sons. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Transcription Centre production. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (in notice: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.); 23Dec70; MP21600.

ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR CHILDREN. See

COLORED CHALK.

CRAYONS.

DIRECT PRINTING.

INDIRECT PRINTING.

PAINTING WITH TEMPERA.

WATERCOLORS.

ARTS AND HUMANITIES OF THE ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

AS HIGH AS YOU ARE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 142.

ASK AGAMEMNON. See

GOODBYE GEMINI.

ASPECTS OF CELL ULTRASTRUCTURE. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTY OF ADDITION. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

ASTRO. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 34.

AT BULLFROG LAKE. King Screen Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 13Jan71; MP21227.

AT LAST A TAX BREAK FOR YOU (Filmstrip) Paul Indianer & Co. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Paul Indianer & Co., Inc.; 1Feb68; JP13033.

AT LAST A TAX BREAK FOR YOU (Filmstrip) Paul Indianer & Co. 52 fr., color, 16 mm. © Paul Indianer & Co., Inc.; 1Apr71; JP13124.

ATATURK. Sim Productions. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: Marianna Norris. © Sim Productions, Inc.; 15Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP39025.

ATLANTA 500 ’68. Douglas E. McGowan. 17 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. 17Mar69, MU8032. © Douglas E. McGowan; 15Dec69 (in notice: 1968); MP21377.

ATTEMPTED BRIBERY. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 44.

ATTORNEY/HOSPITAL. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

AUDIO-VISUAL ENGLISH. Set 2 (Filmstrip) Macmillan Co. 10 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Telling time. 48 fr.–Comparison of adjectives. 53 fr.–Food and meals. 47 fr.–Money and change. 47 fr.–Clothing: Color and sizes. 50 fr.–Human body and do, does. 39 fr.–Weather. 42 fr.–Linear measurement. 36 fr.–Direction words. 46 fr.–Liquid measurement.

Credits: Text, Patricia Heffernan-Cabrera; designer & illustrator, Jack Schecterson Associates.

© Macmillan Co.; 15Sep70; A247452.

AUTO BODY SAFETY. See

AUTOMOTIVE BODY SAFETY.

AUTO COURTROOM. See

DRAGNET 1970.

AUTO TEMP II (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 73 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 15Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12879.

AUTO THEFT–DOGNAPPER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

AUTOMATED BELLY SKINNING, TOWNSEND NO. 800. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 3 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21156.

AUTOMATED JOWL AND FATBACK SKINNING AND SLASHING, TOWNSEND NO. 814. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21157.

AUTOMATIC LINKING WITH COLLAGEN CASINGS. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 3 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21150.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit I: Introduction (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 55 fr.; right, 43 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP13109.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit II: Disassembly (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 40 fr.; right, 40 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12969.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit III, pt. 1: Principles of planetary gears (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 46 fr.; right, 44 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12973.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit III, pt. 2: Principles of clutches and bands (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 48 fr.; right, 54 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12972.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit III, pt. 3: Applying clutches and bands (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 43 fr.; right, 62 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12967.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit IV: Torque converter (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 40 fr.; right, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12970.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit V, pt. 1: Hydraulic system (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 45 fr.; right, 55 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP13110.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit V, pt. 2: Hydraulic system (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 47 fr.; right, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12971.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit VI: Transmission cooling and lubrication (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 39 fr.; right, 48 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12968.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit VIII, pt. 1: Diagnosis (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 59 fr.; right, 64 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12975.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit VIII, pt. 2: Diagnosis (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 55 fr.; right, 44 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12974.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Unit VIII, pt. 3: Diagnosis (Filmstrip) Ford Division National Service Office. 2 filmstrips (left, 55 fr.; right, 47 fr.), color, 35 mm. Twin projection.

Credits: Developer, Chester Potters.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12966.

AUTOMOTIVE BODY SAFETY (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 45 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology)

Credits: Planner & writer, Paul Wells.

Appl. ti.: Auto body safety.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13099.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY. See

ARC WELDING EQUIPMENT.

AUTOMOTIVE BODY SAFETY.

BODY AND FRAME CONSTRUCTION.

DRUM LATHE OPERATION.

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS.

ELECTRON THEORY.

FRAME DAMAGE ANALYSIS AND CORRECTION.

HOW TO USE A DISTRIBUTOR MACHINE.

MASTER CYLINDER SERVICE.

THE OHMMETER.

SERVICING THE BENDIX DUO-SERVO BRAKE.

SOLDER REPAIR.

WHEEL CYLINDER SERVICE.

AVOIDING LITTER. See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

B
B. F. SKINNER DEMONSTRATES OPERANT CONDITIONING. Meredith Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. A Fisher-Slezas Films production.

Credits: By B. F. Skinner & Ellen P. Reese.

© Meredith Corp.; 27May71; MP21591.

BABY. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 63.

BABY NURSE. See

MY THREE SONS.

THE BACK: THE SHOULDER REGION. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 9Apr71; MU8318.

THE BACK: THE SUBOCCIPITAL REGION. Teaching Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection)

© Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 9Apr71; MU8317.

BACKGROUND OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

BADGE. See

GUNSMOKE.

BAKING A CAKE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21236.

BAKING A CUSTARD. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21256.

BALEARES 1970. The Ultimate Mirror. 25 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.)

Credits: Producer & director, Richard P. Rubinstein.

Cast: Drew, Henry, Nancy.

© The Ultimate Mirror; 1Jan71; MP21599.

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 3.

BANANAS. Rollins & Joffe Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 82 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jack Grossberg; director, Woody Allen; writer, Woody Allen & Mickey Rose; music, Marvin Hamlisch; director of photography, Andrew M. Costokyan; film editor, Ron Kalish.

Cast: Woody Allen, Louise Lasser, Carlos Montalban, Natividad Abascal, Jacobo Morales.

© Rollins & Joffe Productions; 28Apr71; LP39154.

BANK ROBBERY. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 144.

BANK TELLERS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

BARBARA. Druidstone-Hottentot Production Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Adapted from the book of the same title, by Frank Newman.

Credits: Director, Walter Burns; screenplay, Josef Bush; cameraman, Oswaldo Novaes; editors, Neil Erwin & others.

Cast: Jack Rader, Nancy Boyle, Robert McLane, Barbara, John Kuhner.

Appl. author: Olympia Press, Inc.

© Druidstone-Hottentot Production Corp. & Olympia Films, Inc.; 10Aug70; MP21107.

THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista Distribution Co. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Bill Anderson; director, Robert Butler; screenplay by Joseph L. McEveety; music, Robert F. Brunner; director of photography, Charles F. Wheeler; film editor, Robert Stafford.

Cast: Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn, Harry Morgan, Wally Cox, Heather North.

© Walt Disney Productions; 11Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP38782.

BAROQUE ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

BASEBALL. See

DRAGNET 1970.

BASEBALL BATS. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 9.

BASIC ASPECTS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 47 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Planner & writer, Gene Lombard.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District; 15Feb70; JP12907.

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Program no. 2: Liquid sampling. Pt. 1. Techniques (Filmstrip) Sadtler Research Laboratories. Made by Communication Skills Corp. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. © Communication Skills Corp.; 18Nov70; JP13055.

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Program no. 3: Liquid sampling (Filmstrip) Sadtler Research Laboratories. Made by Communication Skills Corp. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. © Communication Skills Corp.; 18Nov70; JP12817.

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Program 4: Solid sampling (Filmstrip) Sadtler Research Laboratories. Made by Communication Skills Corp. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Communication Skills Corp.; 18Nov70; JP12767.

BASIC OIL BURNER SERVICING. Galego Oil Co. 27 reels, sd., b&w. © Galego Oil Co.; 20May71; MU8333.

BASIC PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. See

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE.

BASIC SENTENCE INGREDIENTS. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

BATON TECHNIQUES FOR CHURCH CHORAL CONDUCTORS. Motion Picture Dept., Brigham Young University. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 1Jan71; LP38885.

BEAR, THE DRAGON: WHO IS NUMBER ONE. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 3.

BEAST OF BLOOD. Beast of Blood Co. Released by Hemisphere Pictures. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Beast of Blood Co.; 6May70; LP38823.

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

BED. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

BED AND BOARD. See

DOMICILE CONJUGAL.

BEEF. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE BEGUILED. Malpaso Co. [Italy] Released in the U.S. by Universal Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by Thomas Cullinan.

Credits: Producer & director, Donald Siegel; screenplay, John B. Sherry & Grimes Grice; music, Lalo Schifrin; director of photography, Bruce Surtees; film editor, Carl Pingitore.

Cast: Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Hartman, Jo Ann Harris, Darleen Carr.

© Universal Pictures & Malpaso Co.; 23Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP39189.

BEING CAREFUL WITH FIRE. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

BELOVED FRIEND. See

THE MUSIC LOVERS.

BEN-GAY TUBE. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

[BENEFICIAL CORP. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Beneficial Corp. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Beneficial Corp.

Beneficial Finance instant tax refund. BLL0831. © 23Dec70; MP21451.

BENEFICIAL FINANCE INSTANT TAX REFUND. See

[BENEFICIAL CORP. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

BENOZZO GOZZOLI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12930.

BETTER A WIDOW. Ultra Film & Universal Productions France. Released by Universal Pictures. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Turi Vasile; director, Duccio Tessari; story, Ennio De Concini; screenplay, Andriano Baracco & others; music composer, Carlo Rustichelli, conductor, Bruno Nicolai; director of photography, Ennio Guarnieri; film editor, Mario Morra.

Cast: Virna Lisi, Peter McEnery, Gariele Ferzetti, Jean Servais, Agnes Spaak.

© Ultra Film, S.P.A.; 29Mar68; LP38887.

BETTY BELCHER, OFFICE WORKER. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

BETWEEN RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp., 5Aug70; MP21076.

BETWEEN THE WHOLE NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21073.

BEWARE THE FRIENDLY DRAGON. Illinois Central Railroad. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Illinois Central Railroad; 28Oct70; MP21535.

BEWARE THE WILES OF THE STRANGER. See

IRONSIDE.

BEYOND THE WHOLE NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21062.

BIBLE DISCOVERERS (Filmstrip) Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 25 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sunday School Board of the S.B.C.; 5Mar71; JP13010.

BIBLE LEARNERS (Filmstrip) Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 21 fr., color, 35 mm. (Vacation Bible school) © Sunday School Board of the S.B.C.; 5Mar71; JP13011.

BIBLE SEARCHERS (Filmstrip) Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 22 fr., color, 35 mm. (Vacation Bible School) © Sunday School Board of the S.B.C.; 5Mar71; JP13009.

BIBLICAL ORIGINS OF CHRISTIAN FAITH, FILMSTRIP SERIES 1012. See

BLOOD OF THE LAMB.

BIG CITY CIRCUS. See

DO YOU KNOW.

BIG DAY TOMORROW. Dun & Bradstreet. Made by Audio Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Economics and the individual) © Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21194.

BIG DOG SHOW-OFF. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

THE BIGGEST LITTLE POST OFFICE IN THE WORLD. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE BIGGEST RECTANGLE. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21090

BINDING. See

HOW A BOOK IS MADE.

BIOCHEMICAL TESTS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21428.

BIOCHEMISTRY OF DNA. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

BIRDS, BEES AND ROMANS. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

THE BIRTH OF A PIG. AS-7. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 30Dec70; MP21170.

THE BIRTHDAY BOY. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

BISCUITS AND BILLY, THE KID. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

BISHOP TURNER: BLACK NATIONALIST. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Nov70 (in notice: 1968); MP21277.

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: George Bruno, hospital administrator. 52 fr.–Betty Belcher, office worker. 49 fr.–John Claiborne, butcher. 50 fr.–Jonathan Lanier, student. 55 fr.–Gaddis Rathel, storekeeper. 54 fr.–Shelvin Hall, minister. 51 fr.

Credits: Producer, Gary Stallings; educational collaborator, Kenneth R. Johnson.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Dec70; JP12897.

BLACK JADE. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

BLACKJACK BOWLING. Dennis Dunn, Inc. 23 min., sd., b&w. Videotape.

Credits: Producer, Dennis Dunn; director, Warren Hills.

Cast: Host, Jim Simpson.

© Dennis Dunn, Inc.; 2Jun71; MU8327.

BLESSING. See

LASSIE.

BLIND MAN’S BLUFF. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

BLIZZARD ON SHERMAN. Sunday River Productions. 14 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 25May71; MP21613.

BLOOD AND SAND. Gregstan Enterprises. Released by Sterling Television. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Silents please)

Credits: Author of new material, Paul Killiam.

Cast: Rudolph Valentino, Nita Naldi, Lila Lee, Walter Lang.

Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 15Aug22, L18230. NM: revisions, abridgement, effects, score & narration.

© Gregstan Enterprises, Inc.; 19Nov63 (in notice: 1959); LP39032.

BLOOD OF THE LAMB (Filmstrip) Alpha Corp. of America, Educational Division. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Biblical origins of Christian faith, filmstrip series 1012) With Reading script, 1 v.

Credits: Director, D. J. D’Angelo; writer, J. C. O’Sheil.

© Alpha Corp. of America; 5Oct70; A222150.

BLOOD OF THE TIGER. See

MAYA.

BOARD PROPOSALS AND COUNTER PROPOSALS (Filmstrip) Educational Service Bureau. Made by Aids to Motivation. 117 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Service Bureau, Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13067.

BOATING U.S.A. Willard Pictures. Released by Universal Pictures. 2 reels, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, John M. Squiers, Jr.; writers, A. Spelvin & Willard Colophon; music, D. Pinsky; photographer, Dick Durrance; editors, A. Ross & Tom Pagnota.

© Willard Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan69; LP38562.

BODY. See

DRAGNET 1970.

BODY AND FRAME CONSTRUCTION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, G-1)

Credits: Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott & Paul Wells.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13088.

BODYGUARD. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

BOMB. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 104.

BOOLOOTIAN: BIOLOGY FILMSTRIPS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

BORN TO SUCCEED: BEHAVIORAL PROCEDURES FOR EDUCATION. Hampshire Communications Corp. Released by Appleton-Century Crofts. 2 reels, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in conjunction with Fisher-Slezas Films.

Credits: By Ellen P. Reese.

© Meredith Corp.; 31Dec70; MP21529.

BOTSWANA, WHERE A RIVER DIES. Wild Dog Films. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, writer, editor, photographer, narrator, Marty Stouffer.

© Marty Stouffer d.b.a. Wild Dog Films; 3May71; MP21604.

BOTTOM OF THE BOTTLE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 64.

A BOWERBIRD IS A BOWERBIRD. See

ADVENTURES WITH ALPHIE.

BOWLING. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Foote, Cone & Belding. © Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; 21Nov70; MP21055.

BOX. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

BOXING. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS].

BOY OF BOTSWANA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Visual Education Centre. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The African scene) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 30Nov70; MP21027.

THE BOYS AGAINST THE GIRLS. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THE BOYS IN THE BAND. Leo Productions. Released by Cinema Center Films. 120 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a play as first produced on stage by Richard Barr & Charles Woodward.

Credits: Producer, Mart Crowley; director, William Friedkin; writer, Mart Crowley; director of photography, Arthur J. Ornitz; editors, Carl Lerner, Gerald Greenberg.

Cast: Kenneth Nelson, Frederick Combs, Cliff Gorman, Laurence Luckinbill, Keith Prentice.

© Leo Productions, Ltd.; 6Mar70; LP38966.

BRASS RING. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

BREWSTER MCCLOUD. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 104 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. An Adler-Phillips-Lion’s Gate Films production.

Credits: Producer, Lou Adler; director, Robert Altman; writer, Doran William Cannon; music, John Phillips & others; film editor, Louis Lombardo.

Cast: Bud Cort, Sally Kellerman, Michael Murphy, William Windom, John Schuck.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 2Dec70; LP38779.

BROTHER JOHN. Columbia Pictures. 94 min., sd., color, 35 mm. An E-R production.

Credits: Producer, Joel Glickman; director, James Goldstone; writer, Ernest Kinoy; music, Quincy Jones; director of photography, Gerald Perry Finnerman; film editor, Edward A. Biery.

Cast: Sidney Poitier, Will Geer, Bradford Dillman, Beverly Todd, Ramon Bieri.

© Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 1Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP38784.

THE BROTHERHOOD OF SATAN. First LQJ Corp. Released by Columbia Pictures. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. An L Q JAF presentation. Techniscope. From an original story by Sean MacGregor.

Credits: Producers, L. Q. Jones & Alvy Moore; director, Bernard McEveety; written by William Welch; music, Jaime Mendoza-Nava; photographer, John Arthur Morrill; film editor, Marvin Walowitz.

Cast: Strother Martin, L. Q. Jones, Charles Bateman, Ahna Capri, Charles Robinson.

© First LQJ Corp. & 4 Star Excelsior Releasing Corp. (in notice: First LQJ Corp. & 4 Star Excelsior Releasing Co.); 1Apr71 (in notice: 1970); LP39045.

BUGGED IN A RUG. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Nov68; LP38540.

BUGLER. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

BUILDING AN ELECTRICITY MEASURER (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 24 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 3Mar71; JP13075.

A BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY. American International Pictures. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © American International Pictures, Inc.; 15Jul70; LP38507.

BULLS OF PAMPLONA. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Norman E. Gluck; director, Arthur Cohen; writer, William E. O’Connell; narrator, Phil Tonkin; editor, Ed Bartsch.

© Universal Pictures; 1Mar67; LP38895.

BUNCO–$9,000. See

DRAGNET 1970.

BURGLARY. See

DRAGNET 1970.

BURN! Produzioni Europee Associate [Italy] Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 112 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on an original story by Gillo Pontecorvo, Franco Solinas & Giorgio Arlorio.

Credits: Producer, Alberto Grimaldi; director, Gillo Pontecorvo; screenplay by Franco Solinas, Giorgio Arlorio; music, Ennio Morricone; director of photography, Marcello Gatti; editor, Mario Morra.

Cast: Marlon Brando, Evaristo Marquez, Renato Salvatori, Norman Hill, Tom Lyons.

© Produzioni Europee Associate, S.A.S.; 19Dec69 (in notice: 1968); LF76.

BUS FOR RAMABAD. See

MAYA.

BUSINESS FILING (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by HMK Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Alphabetizing rules. 43 fr.–Alphabetic correspondence. 41 fr.–Other filing systems. 42 fr.–Charge and transfer methods. 39 fr.–Types of equipment. 40 fr.–Data processing and microfilming. 43 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Wanda Blockhus.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 31Dec70; JP12895.

BUSINESS LAW (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 69 fr., color, 35 mm. (Teaching transparencies for overhead projection) © United Transparencies, Inc.; 20Nov69; A227020.

BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID. Campanile Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 12 reels, sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Executive producer, Paul Monash; producer, John Foreman; director, George Roy Hill; writer, William Goldman; music, Burt Bacharach; director of photography, Conrad Hall; special still photography, Lawrence Schiller; film editors, John C. Howard, Richard C. Meyer.

Cast: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, Strother Martin, Henry Jones.

© Campanile Productions, Inc. & Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 23Sep69; LP38925.

BUTT SKINNING AND DEFATTING, TOWNSEND NO. 422. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 2 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21155.

THE BUTTERCUP CHAIN. Columbia Pictures. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. From the novel by Janice Elliot.

Credits: Producers, John Whitney, Philip Waddilove; director, Robert Ellis Miller; screenplay by Peter Draper; music composed by Richard Rodney Bennett; conducted by Marcus Dods; director of photography, Douglas Slocombe; editor, Thelma Connell.

Cast: Hywel Bennett, Leigh Taylor-Young, Jane Asher, Sven-Bertil Taube, Clive Revill.

© Columbia British Productions, Ltd.; 1Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP38785.

BUY RIGHT (Filmstrip) S. S. Kresge Co. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Teletape Detroit Corp. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 26Apr71; JU12841.

C
CBS REPORTS. Columbia Broadcasting System. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

Generations apart, pt. 1: A question of values. Telecast: May 20, 1969. Credits: Producers, Ernest Leiser & Bernard Birnbaum; reporter, John Laurence. © 19May69; MP21501.

Generations apart, pt. 2: A profile of dissent. Telecast: May 27, 1969. Credits: Producers, Ernest Leiser & Bernard Birnbaum; reporter, John Laurence. © 26May69; MP21502.

Generations apart, pt. 3: The youth international. Telecast: June 3; 1969. Credits: Producer, Philip Scheffler; reporter, Walter Cronkite. © 2Jun69; MP21503.

CABBAGES TO KINGS AND VARIOUS THINGS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

THE CABLE CAR STORY. Cantrell Illustrations. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, words & music, L. Ann Cantrell.

© Cantrell Illustrations, solely owned by L. Ann Cantrell; 1Apr70; MP21269.

CADDISFLIES. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21477.

CAGE. See

GUNSMOKE.

CALIBRATING A THERMOMETER (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 26 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 3Mar71; JP13073.

CAMERA AND SHOT. Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany. Art & Nature, distributor. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Film thru film) © Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany; 21Sep70; MP21161.

CAN HEIRONYMUS MERKIN EVER FORGET MERCY HUMPPE AND FIND TRUE HAPPINESS? Taralex Corp. Released by Regional Film Distributors. 104 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Pictures, Ltd.

Credits: Producer, director & music, Anthony Newley; writers, Herman Raucher, Anthony Newley; musical director, Philip Martell; musical arrangements by Peter Knight, Harry Robinson, David Lindup; director of photography, Otto Heller; editor, Bernard Gribble.

Cast: Anthony Newley, Joan Collins, Milton Berle, George Jessel, Connie Kreski.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 7Jun69; LP38884.

CANALETTO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12928.

CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY (SOLID TUMORS) American Cancer Society. Made by Aegis Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 8Oct69; LP39038.

CANCER OF THE URINARY SYSTEM. American Cancer Society. Made by Sturgis-Grant Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 21Aug70; LP38876.

CAPER OF THE GOLDEN ROE. See

MAYA.

CARAVAGGIO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides: 1Dec67; JP13036.

CARBON DUPLICATION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 38 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Planned & written by Anne E. Schatz.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13081.

THE CARD PUNCH. John Wiley & Sons. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Punched card data processing series)

Credits: Producer, Edward H. Rategan.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 5Apr71; MP21580.

CARDBOARD BOXES. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 10.

THE CARE AND HEEDING OF A V.I.P. (Filmstrip) Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn., Marketing Dept., in cooperation with Personnel Administration, Training & Development. 91 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Created by Lizardi & Witte.

© Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.; 30Sep70; JP12920.

CARE OF CHILDREN’S TEETH. Teaching Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Prevention and control of dental disease) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 8Mar71; MU8296.

CARE OF PROPERTY. See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

CAREERS: COMMUNICATIONS. Sunburst Films. Released by Doubleday Multimedia. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, a division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21446.

CAREERS: EDUCATION. Sunburst Films. Released by Doubleday Multimedia. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, a division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 18Nov70; MP21447.

CAREERS: TECHNICIANS. Doubleday Multimedia. Made by Sunburst Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, a division of Doubleday & Co., Inc. (in notice: Doubleday Multimedia); 10Nov70; MP21166.

CARL ROGERS CONDUCTS AN ENCOUNTER GROUP. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 65 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The distinguished contributors to counseling series)

Credits: Narrator, Carl R. Rogers.

© American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21380.

CARL ROGERS: ON FACILITATING A GROUP. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Oct70; MP21262.

CARLO CRIVELLI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12941.

CARMILLA. See

THE VAMPIRE LOVERS.

CARPENTERS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

CARPET, A PRACTICAL BUILDING MATERIAL (Filmstrip) E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. 83 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Teletape Detroit Corp.

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.; 1Jun71; JU12880.

CARS–A CUT ABOVE! (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12793.

CASE. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE CASE OF THE RELUCTANT TRADER (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 30Mar71; JP13064.

CASE STUDIES. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

CASE STUDY 2.1. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21519.

CASE STUDY 2.2. American Management Assn. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21520.

CASE STUDY 3.1. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21521.

CASE STUDY 3.2. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21522.

CASE STUDY 4.1. American Management Assn. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21523.

CASE STUDY 4.2. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color. 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21524.

CASE STUDY 5.1. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21525.

CASE STUDY 5.2. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21526.

CASE STUDY 7.1. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21527.

CASE STUDY 7.2. American Management Assn. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21528.

CASEY AT THE BAT. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

CASH OFFICE RECORDS CLERK. See

THE OFFICE CASHIER.

CASTRATING AND TAIL CLIPPING. AS-9. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 30Dec70; MP21168.

CATALASE. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Enzyme action) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21403.

CATALINA BROUGHAM AND BONNEVILLE: THE NEW MARKET-MAKERS (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 26 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 18Feb71; JU12810.

CATCH THE JOY. MacGillivray-Freeman Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 13 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Pyramid Film Producers. © MacGillivray-Freeman Films; 24Sep70; LP38974.

CATCHING THE LONG PASS. See

THERE’S A CATCH TO IT.

CATCHING THE SHORT PASS. See

THERE’S A CATCH TO IT.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCOUTING (Filmstrip) Catholic Committee on Scouting. 132 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec70; JP12996.

CATTLEMEN. See

COLORADO: THE CATTLEMEN.

CAVE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 143.

CAVE ECOLOGY. Centron Educational Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21468.

CELIA. See

GUNSMOKE.

CELLULAR RESPIRATION: ASPECTS OF ENERGY RELEASE. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

CEMENTING AND LAMINATING. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Acrylics, no. 708) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21302.

CENTRAL PARK. Comco Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Industries. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Ann Shanks; theme music composer, Bill Beray; musical score composer, Leonard Popkin; film editor, Bernard Stone.

© Comco Productions, Inc.; 1Jul70 (in notice: 1969); MP21135.

THE CENTURIES OF DECLINE (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 15Sep70; A210759.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 1 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 82 fr.–Section B. 94 fr.–Section C. 106 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12770-12772.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 2 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 84 fr.–Section B. 83 fr.–Section C. 86 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12773-12775.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 3 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 99 fr.–Section B. 75 fr.–Section C. 83 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12776-12778.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 4 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 87 fr.–Section B. 88 fr.–Section C. 99 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12779-12781.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 5. Section C (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 88 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12782.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 6 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 92 fr.–Section B. 69 fr.–Section C. 70 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12783-12785.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 7 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 95 fr.–Section B. 72 fr.–Section C. 71 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12786-12788.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 8 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 96 fr.–Section B. 97 fr.–Section C. 87 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12789-12791.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 9 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 61 fr.–Section B. 91 fr.–Section C. 54 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12792-12794.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 10 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 88 fr.–Section B. 93 fr.–Section C. 84 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12795-12797.

CESSNA INTEGRATED FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEM, FLIGHT PREP 11 (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Section A. 65 fr.–Section B. 87 fr.–Section C. 65 fr. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12798-12800.

CHAINS OF COMMAND. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

CHAMA TO CUMBRES PASS. See

DOUBLING THE STEEP SIDE.

CHANCE TO LIVE. See

LASSIE.

CHANGES. Hall Bartlett, Inc. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer & director, Hall Bartlett; writers, Bill E. Kelly & Hall Bartlett; art director, Jack Poplin; songs, Tim Buckley; photography, Richard Moore.

Cast: Kent Lane, Manuela Thiess, Michele Carey, Marcia Strassman, Jack Albertson.

© Hall Bartlett & Hall Bartlett, Inc.; 11Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38512.

CHANGING FACE OF EASTERN EUROPE. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST, v. 12, issue 2.

CHANGING PRODUCT SIZE ON THE FRANK-A-MATIC. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept, of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21149.

CHARGE AND TRANSFER METHODS. See

BUSINESS FILING.

CHARGE IT, PLEASE (Filmstrip) S. S. Kresge Co. Made by Jam Handy Productions, div. of T.T.P. Corp. 35 fr., color, 35 mm. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 8Feb71; JU12783.

CHARGERS WIN AGAIN. See

THE COMPARE CHART.

CHARLES AND HIS FRIENDS. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Chas. Pfizer & Co. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc. a.k.a. Pfizer, Inc. (in notice: Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc.)

Ben-Gay tube. © 17Dec69; MP21035.

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Hai Karate Pfizer. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Hai Karate Pfizer, Inc., a.k.a. Pfizer, Inc.

Attorney/hospital. Rev. © 16Nov70; MP21263.

Elevator/construction. Rev. © 16Nov70; MP21265.

Golf/frogman. © 21Dec70; MP21185.

Jockey/mileage test. © 26Nov70; MP21190.

Orchestra/bank robber. Rev. © 16Nov70; MP21264.

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Pfizer, Inc. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Pfizer, Inc.

Couch. © 8Nov70; MP21181.

Kon-ichikawa. © 27Nov70; MP21184.

Secret. © 20Oct70; MP21182.

Two babies. © 15Jun70; MP21180.

Umbrella. © 2Nov70; MP21183.

CHARLIE CHANSTEIN MEETS THE WILD BUNCH: JOHN & MARY & BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE. John G. Baron. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Charlie Chanstein) © John G. Baron; 15Mar71; LP38922.

CHARLIE NOON. See

GUNSMOKE.

CHARLIE’S CAMPOUT. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators: Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jun69; LP38550.

CHASE. See

LASSIE.

CHECKPOINT. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

CHEMICAL REGULATION AND HORMONES. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

CHEVROLET SALESMEN’S REPORT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8306.

CHEVROLET TRUCK COMPARISON SEGMENTS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8305.

CHEVROLET’S CHALLENGE OF CHAMPIONS, GRAND TOUR HOLIDAY! (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12797.

CHICAGO PRE-DELIVERY CENTER STORY. See

P-DQ.

CHICAGO: TRANSPORTATION COMMUNITY. See

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES.

CHILD STEALER. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 134.

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES. Series 1 (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: FS11-FS16: Henny Penny. 39 fr.–The three little pigs. 39 fr.–The ugly duckling. 43 fr.–Peter Rabbit. 40 fr.–Little Red Riding Hood. 31 fr.–The little red hen. 40 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay; director, Austin Green.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 1Sep70; JP13125-13130.

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES. Series 2 (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: FS21-FS26: Alice in Wonderland. 44 fr.–Jack and the beanstalk. 40 fr.–Hansel and Gretel. 43 fr.–Aladdin and the magic lamp. 46 fr.–Pinocchio. 40 fr.–Peter Pan. 43 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay; director, Austin Green.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 1Sep70; JP13131-13136.

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES. Series 3 (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: FS31-FS36: Paul Bunyan. 42 fr.–Johnny Appleseed. 42 fr.–Casey at the bat. 44 fr.–John Henry. 42 fr.–Pecos Bill. 46 fr.–The legend of Sleepy Hollow. 47 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay; director, Austin Green.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 1Sep70; JP13143-13148.

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES. Series 4 (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: FS41–FS46: The nightingale. 45 fr.–Drakestail. 50 fr.–The half-chick. 46 fr.–The one who wasn’t afraid. 46 fr.–The enchanted mule. 46 fr.–Why monkeys live in trees. 40 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 2Nov70; JP13137-13142.

CHILDREN’S SONGS. Pt. 1-2 (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 24 fr.; pt. 2, 23 fr.), color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 17 p. Appl. authors: Lucille Wood & Beth Clure. NM: compilation & illus. © Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 27Jan71; A212916.

CHILLER DILLERS. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler & Bob Johnson.

© Universal Pictures; 1Dec67; LP38539.

CHILLY AND THE LOONEY GOONEY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Ju169; LP38552.

CHILLY AND THE WOODCHOPPER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Sid Marcus; animators, Al Coe, Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Mar67; LP38898.

CHIP, CHIP, CHIP. See

THE STATUE.

CHOOSING AND NARROWING A TOPIC. See

RESEARCH SKILLS: CHOOSING AND NARROWING A TOPIC.

CHORDATA (Filmstrip) Visual Sciences. Made by Gerrit C. Zwart & Chester F. Protheroe. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. (Fundamentals of biology, roll B-105) Rev. & edited by Ellsworth R. Johnson; drawings & lettering by Helen Smith Zwart. © Gerrit C. Zwart; 2Jan70; A210028.

LES CHOSES DE LA VIE (The things of life) Lira Films [Paris] Distributed by Comptoir Francais du Film, Sirius Films & Pathe Consortium Cinema. Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. English subtitles. From the novel by Paul Guimard. Produced in association with Sonocam.

Credits: Producers, Roland Girard, Jean Bolvary; director, Claude Sautet; scenario by Paul Guimard, Jean-Loup Dabadie & Claude Sautet; music composer, Philippe Sarde; orchestration, Jean-Michel Defaye; photography, Jean Boffety; editor, Jacqueline Thiedat.

Cast: Michel Piccoli, Romy Schneider.

© Lira Films; 10May70; LF72.

CHRISTMAS CAROL. See

SCROOGE.

CHUCKA. See

LASSIE.

CHUKA. See

LASSIE.

CIGARETTE BUTT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

CIRCLES OF GROWTH. International Minerals & Chemical Corp. Made by Walter Rothschild Enterprises. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © International Minerals & Chemical Corp.; 17Sep70; MP21171.

CIRCUS ANIMALS. See

DO YOU KNOW.

CIRCUS PEOPLE. See

DO YOU KNOW.

CISSY’S APARTMENT. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THE CITY: A PORTRAIT IN CONTRASTS (Filmstrip) Scholastic Magazines. 38 fr., color, 35 mm. (Art & man) Published under the direction of the National Gallery of Art. © Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 1Apr71; JP13070.

CITY BOY OF THE IVORY COAST. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Visual Education Centre. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The African scene) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 11Sep70; MP21144.

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

CIVILIZED MEN. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

CLASSIC ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

CLAUDE LORRAIN (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12948.

CLEAN UP YOUR LANGUAGE. Edutronics Systems International & ATD. 9 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © ATD, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21449.

CLIFF. See

LASSIE.

THE CLIMB TO RUTLAND, NOVEMBER 1970. Sunday River Productions. 9 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions; 20Jan71; MP21230.

CLOSED MOLD CASTING. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Polyester resins, no. 713) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21298.

CLOTHING: CLOTHES ARE FRIENDS, TREAT THEM WELL (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Learning to learn series)

Credits: Produced in collaboration with Ted Lowry.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 30Dec69 (in notice: 1968); JP12492.

CLUM’S CONSTABULARY. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE COCKEYED COWBOYS OF CALICO COUNTY. Universal City Studios. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & writer, Ranald MacDougall; director, Tony Leader; music, Lyn Murray; photography, Richard L. Rawlings; film editor, Richard G. Wray.

Cast: Dan Blocker, Nanette Fabray, Jim Backus, Wally Cox, Noah Beery.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 22Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38970.

COLD TURKEY. Tandem-DFI Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Norman Lear; screenplay, Norman Lear; screen story, Norman Lear & William Price Fox, Jr.; music, Randy Newman; director of photography, Charles F. Wheeler; film editor, John C. Horger.

Cast: Dick Van Dyke, Pippa Scott, Tom Poston, Edward Everett Horton, Bob & Ray.

© Tandem-DFI Co.; 30Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP38933.

THE COLOR OF JUSTICE. New York Times Co. & Arno Press. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © New York Times Co.; 4Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP38762.

COLORADO: PREHISTORIC MAN. State Historical Society of Colorado. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. A Barbre production. © State Historical Society of Colorado; 12Dec67; MP21625.

COLORADO: THE CATTLEMEN. State Historical Society of Colorado. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. A Barbre production. © State Historical Society of Colorado; 10Dec68; MP21623.

COLORADO: THE INDIANS. State Historical Society of Colorado. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. A Barbre production. © State Historical Society of Colorado; 17Nov69; MP21624.

COLORED CHALK. Davidson Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21371.

COLOSSUS: THE FORBIN PROJECT. Universal Pictures. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on a novel Colossus, by D. F. Jones.

Credits: Producer, Stanley Chase; director, Joseph Sargent; music, Michel Colombier; screenplay, James Bridge; director of photography, Gene Polito; film editor, Folmar Blangsted.

Cast: Eric Braeden, Susan Clark, Gordon Pinsent, William Schallert, Leonid Rostoff.

© Universal Pictures; 8Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP39190.

COMING THROUGH IN STATION WAGONS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 61 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 2Dec70; JP12892.

COMMISSIONER. See

MADIGAN.

THE COMMUTATIVE PRINCIPLES. Macmillan Co. Made by Davidson Films. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Macmillan school mathematics program) © Macmillan Co.; 7Sep70; MP21058.

COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF ADDITION. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

COMPANY OF KILLERS. Universal Pictures. 87 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, E. Jack Neuman & Jerry Thorpe; director, Jerry Thorpe; writer, E. Jack Neuman; music, Richard Hazard; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor, John Elias.

Cast: Van Johnson, Ray Milland, Brian Kelly, Fritz Weaver, Clu Gulager.

© Universal Pictures; 29Jul70; LP39191.

THE COMPARE CHART; or, Chargers win again; or, Did you expect less? (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 11Mar71; JP13019.

COMPARING RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21075.

A COMPARISON: JAPAN AND NORTH AMERICA (Filmstrip) Association of American Geographers. 15 fr., color, 35 mm. © Association of American Geographers; 5Oct70; JP12961.

COMPARISON SHOPPING (Polara Custom, Chevrolet Impala, Ford Galaxie 500) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12882.

COMPUTERS AND IMAGINATION. Edutronics Systems International. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Tools, lesson 221) Loop film. © Edutronics Systems International, Inc.; 6Dec69; MP21345.

CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT. American Management Assn. 35 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21504.

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT. American College of Cardiology & E. R. Squibb & Sons. Made by Sturgis-Grant Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © E. R. Squibb & Sons, Inc.; 2Apr71; MP21394.

CONQUEST OF A CONTINENT. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 8.

CONSERVATION. See

PIAGET’S DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY: CONSERVATION.

CONSTRUCTION SITE. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

THE CONTRACT. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

CONTROLLING ENGINE TEMPERATURE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 82 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 11Dec70; JP12894.

COOKING. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

COOKING A STEW. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21234.

COOL IT, CHARLIE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Oct69; LP38554.

COOL LIGHT FROM ELECTRICITY. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

COREYVILLE. See

GUNSMOKE.

COSIMO TURA (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12946.

THE COST OF SCOUTING (Filmstrip) Boy Scouts of America. 90 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec70; JP12847.

COUCH. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

COUNT TO TEN. Roundtable Productions. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Roundtable Productions, Inc.; 8Mar71; LP39017.

COUNTRIES AND RESOURCES. See

SEEING EASTERN EUROPE.

COUNTY FAIR, U.S.A. Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society (in notice: Cuyahoga Agricultural Society); 3May71; MP21498.

COURTROOM. See

ADAM-12. Log. no. 123.

COW CLIPPING. AS-1. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 30Dec70; MP21169.

THE COW WHO FELL IN THE CANAL. Weston Woods Studios. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the book by Phyllis Krasilovsky.

Credits: Producer, Morton Schindel; director, Cynthia Freitag; writer, Phyllis Krasilovsky; narrator, Owen Jordan; illustrator, Peter Spier; original music, Howard Rovics.

© Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 20Nov70; LP38558.

CRABBY PARK. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

CRASH. See

LAND OF THE GIANTS.

CRASH AVOIDANCE. Aetna Life & Casualty. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Drivavision. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 30Apr71; MP21610.

CRAYONS. Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21370.

CREATING A SALABLE LISTING. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

CREATION-SCIENCE SERIES. See

FOSSILS, STRATA AND EVOLUTION.

CREDIT COUNSELOR. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

CREEK. See

MAN AND HIS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: THE CREEK.

CRICKET (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 69 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. ti.: 1971 Cricket features. © Chrysler Corp.; 21Dec70; JP12886.

CRISIS IN THE MINISTRY. Cathedral Films. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 25Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21208.

CROSSROADS. Dun & Bradstreet. Made by Audio Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Economics and the individual) © Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21195.

THE CRUSADES, 1095-1272. See

WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND.

CRY OF THE BANSHEE. American International Productions. 87 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © American International Productions; 29Jul70; LP38510.

CUB CAR DERBY. Ranger Assn. of New York. 31 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Horace L. Johns, Jr. © Ranger Assn. & Horace L. Johns, Jr.; 18Feb71; MU8285.

THE CUB SCOUT ROUNDTABLE (Filmstrip) Boy Scouts of America. 82 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 23Jun70; JP12979.

CUB SCOUT UNIFORM MAKES YOUR PACK GO (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Service, Boy Scouts of America. 70 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec70; JP12997.

CULTURAL CHANGE. See

GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE.

CURE THE CAUSE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 7Jun71; JP13224.

CUSTOMER COMMUNICATION. American Management Assn. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Ed Winner.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21512.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION IN OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS (Filmstrip) Training Dept., Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. © Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.; 18Aug70; JP12954.

CUSTOMER RELATIONS. American Management Assn. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Del Prescher.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21518.

CUT BACK WOODS BORDER. Ranger Assn. of New York. 55 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Horace L. Johns, Jr. © Ranger Assn. & Horace L. Johns, Jr.; 18Feb71; MU8284.

CUTTING. See

METALWORKING.

CUTTING AND FINISHING SERIES. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Acrylics, no. 706) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21300.

CYCLES SOUTH. Donald K. Marshall. 96 min., b&w. © Donald K. Marshall; 18Jan71; LU3603.

D
D.H.Q. See

DRAGNET 1970.

DNA AND CELL REPRODUCTION. See

DNA COMPOSITION.

EXTRACTING DNA.

FERTILIZATION.

FRUIT FLY CHROMATOGRAPHY.

GIANT CHROMOSOMES OF DROSOPHILA.

DNA: BLUEPRINT OF LIFE. John Wiley & Sons. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Mallory Pearce; narrator, Dennis King, Jr.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 1Apr68; MP21575.

DNA COMPOSITION. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (DNA and cell reproduction) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21419.

DAILY CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION UNIT. Comprenetics. 15 min., sd., color, 8 mm. (Housekeeping series) Loop film. © Comprenetics, Inc.; 13Oct70; MP21462.

DAILY LIFE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD. See

DAILY LIFE IN THE TIGRIS-EUPHRATES VALLEY.

DAILY LIFE IN THE TIGRIS-EUPHRATES VALLEY. Pt. 1-2 (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 45 fr.–pt. 2, 46 fr.), color, 35 mm. (Daily life in the ancient world)

Credits: Author-illustrator, Art Maynor.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Mar71; JP12994-12995.

DAIRY PRODUCTS. See

FOODS WE EAT.

DAKTARI. Ivan Tors Films. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with CBS-TV Network. © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. & Ivan Tors Films, Inc.

Goodby, Wameru. Credits: Producer, Leonard B. Kaufman; writer, Malvin Wald. © 26Sep67; LP38976.

DANCES OF INDIA. Indance Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Wayne W. Brown.

Appl. author: Roy Bhaskar.

© Indance Films; 14May68; MP21164.

DANNY. See

GUNSMOKE.

DARKNESS, DARKNESS. Nolan, Wilton & Wootten. Made by Veriation Films. 37 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in collaboration with Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic.

Credits: Directors, Phil De Guere, John Norris; music, The Youngbloods.

© Nolan, Wilton & Wootten, Inc.; 9Oct70; LP38828.

DATA PROCESSING AND MICROFILMING. See

BUSINESS FILING.

THE DAWN OF HISTORY AND THE BEGINNINGS OF ISRAEL. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

A DAY IN THE SUN. Fred Meader. 78 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. as The wilderness, a way of life, 28Jul69, MU8062. NM: additions. © Frederick P. Meader & Elaine A. Meader; 5Apr71; MU8332.

DAY OF THE WOLF. See

LASSIE.

DEADLY GAME. See

LASSIE.

THE DEADLY QUEST AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW. Claude Productions. Approx. 58 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. Produced in association with Greg Garrison Productions. © Claude Productions, Inc.

1969-70, no.

121. © 18Sep69; MP21119.

122. © 25Sep69; MP21120.

123. © 2Oct69; MP21121.

124. © 9Oct69; MP21122.

125. © 16Oct69; MP21123.

126. © 23Oct69; MP21124.

127. © 30Oct69; MP21125.

128. Guests: Bing Crosby, Eva Gabor, Dom de Luise, Jack Gilford. © 6Nov69; MP21382.

129. © 13Nov69; MP21126.

130. © 20Nov69; MP21127.

131. © 27Nov69; MP21128.

132. © 4Dec69; MP21130.

133. © 11Dec69; MP21129.

134. © 18Dec69; MP21131.

136. © 8Jan70; MP21109.

137. © 15Jan70; MP21110.

138. © 22Jan70; MP21111.

139. © 29Jan70; MP21112.

140. © 5Feb70; MP21113.

141. © 12Feb70; MP21114.

142. Guests: The Clingers, Lee J. Cobb, Buddy Ebsen, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jackie Vernon. © 19Feb70; MP21383.

143. © 26Feb70; MP21115.

144. © 5Mar70; MP21116.

145. Guests: Shirley Booth, Vikki Carr, Paul Lynde. © 12Mar70; MP21387.

146. Guests: Elke Sommer, Frank Sinatra, Jr. © 19Mar70; MP21386.

147. Guests: Albert Brooks, Dom de Luise. © 26Mar70; MP21385.

148. © 2Apr70; MP21117.

149. Guests: Phil Harris, Arte Johnson, Nancy Kwan, Lou Rawls. © 9Apr70; MP21384.

150. © 16Apr70; MP21118.

DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER. Universal Pictures. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel of the same title by Lewis B. Patten.

Credits: Producer, Richard E. Lyons; director, Dan Farrow; music supervision, Stanley Wilson; director of photography, Andrew Jackson; film editor, Robert F. Shugrue.

Cast: Richard Widmark, Lena Horne, Carroll O’Connor, David Opatoshu, Kent Smith.

© Universal Pictures; 14Jun70 (in notice: 1969); LP38888.

DEATH VALLEY DAYS. United States Borax & Chemical Corp. Made by Madison Productions. 1 reel each, sd., color, 16 mm. © United States Borax & Chemical Corp.

Amos and the black bull. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writers, Art Reeves & Barbara Randall. Cast: Anthony Costello, Heidi Vauhn, Richard Bull, Steve Cory, Valetin DeVargas. © 28Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38948.

The biggest little post office in the world. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Dale Robertson, Walter Brooks, Maria Desti, Patrick O’Moore, William Fawcett. © 7Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38949.

Biscuits and Billy, the kid. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Ben Cooper, Emily Banks, Erin Moran, Ken Mayer, Valentin DeVargas. © 10Oct69; LP38947.

Clum’s constabulary. From a story by Colin Mackenzie & S. H. Barnett. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Lamar Caselli; writer, Willard Davis, Jr. Cast: Sam Melville, Tris Coffin, William Gwinn, Jean Seay, John Considine. © 9Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38961.

The contract. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writer, William P. Canning. Cast: William Smith, Richard Bull, Arlene McQuade, Don Megowan, Joe Perry. © 18Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38957.

The dragon of Gold Hill. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Ann Udell. Cast: Momo Yashina, Soon-taik Oh, Bill Smith, Mark Jenkins, Frontis Chandler. © 24Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38963.

The duke of Tombstone. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack Hively; writers, Willard Davis & Sloan Nibley. Cast: Robert Colbert, Victoria Shaw, Bill Gwinn, Tris Coffin, Tom Peters. © 21Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38962.

Early candle lighten. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Mary Terri Taylor. Cast: John McLiam, George Paulsin, Ted Gehring, Raymond Guth. © 24Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38951.

A gift from Father Tapis. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Ned Romero, David McLean, Joaquin Martinez, Ruben Moreno. © 7Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38950.

The great pinto bean gold hunt. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively. Cast: Don Haggerty, Eddie Firestone, Paul Sorensen, Clyde Howdy, Michael Keep. © 16Nov69; LP38944.

The king of Uvalde Road. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director & writer, Stephen Lord. Cast: Dale Robertson, Robert Yuro, Brenda Benet, Pepe Callahan. © 1Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38955.

The lady doctor. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Stephen Lord. Cast: Maura McGiveney, John Carter, Frank de Kova, Michael Keep. © 27Oct69; LP38940.

The man who planted gold in California. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Robert Hardy Andrews. Cast: Richard Angarola, George Neise, Anna-Lisa, Gregg Barton. © 16Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38964.

The mezcla man. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writer, Herb Purdom. Cast: Jess Pearson, Royal Dano, Karen Carlson, Roy Engel, Marshall Reed. © 2Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38958.

Old Stape. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively. Cast: Don Haggerty, Eddie Firestone, Peggy Rea, John Pickard, Lew Brown. © 4Oct69; LP38941.

Pioneer pluck. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Willard Davis, Jr. Cast: Irene Tedrow, Karen Carlson, Robert Zukert, Roger Ewing. © 3Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38952.

A saint of travellers. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writer, Virginia Rooks. Cast: David McLean, Scott Graham, Jan Wilson, Ned Romero, Robert Ellenstein. © 14Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38959.

A simple question of justice. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough; writer, Willard Davis, Jr. Cast: Lane Bradford, Michael Margotta, Royal Dano, Murray McLeod, Veronica Cartwright. © 12Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38954.

The solid gold pie. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writer, Herb Purdom. Cast: John McLiam, June Dayton, Raymond Guth, Ted Gehring, George Neise. © 1Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38956.

Son of thunder. From a story by Harold Schindler. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director & writer, Stephen Lord. Cast: Gregg Palmer, Bing Russell, Ivalou Redd, Paul Sorensen, Clyde Howdy. © 11Oct69; LP38946.

Talk to me, Charley. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively; writer, Herb Purdom. Cast: Hal Baylor, Sean McClory, Susan Brown, Lane Bradford, Phil Chambers. © 15Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38960.

The taming of Trudy Bell. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively. Cast: Valerie DeCamp, Buck Taylor, Lew Brown, Bob Anderson, John Fox. © 2Oct69; LP38943.

The tenderfoot. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Kevin Burchett, Mitch Vogel, Erin Moran, Chubby Johnson, Ken Mayer. © 9Oct69; LP38942.

Tracy’s triumph. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Dale Robertson, Lisa Gaye, Richard Simmons, Roy Engel, Marshal Reed. © 4Oct69; LP38939.

The visitor. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director, Jack B. Hively. Cast: Ivalou Redd, Eddie Little Sky, Kevin Burchett, Mark Tapscott, Jana Redd. © 17Nov69; LP38945.

The wizard of Aberdeen. Credits: Producer, Robert Stabler; director & writer, Stephen Lord. Cast: Conlan Carter, Beverlee McKinsey, William Zukert, Robert Sorrells, Jennifer Edwards. © 17Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38953.

DEATHWATCH. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW. Filmways TV Productions & Raymax Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with NBC-TV Network. © Filmways TV Productions, Inc. & Raymax Productions, Inc.

The bodyguard. Credits: By David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. © 21Oct69; LP38919.

How to succeed in the stock market without really trying. Credits: By Martin A. Ragaway. © 24Feb70; LP38914.

In the soup. Credits: By Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller. © 30Sep69; LP38918.

It’s a bird. Credits: By Stanley Ralph Ross & Gene Thompson. © 23Sep69; LP38916.

Married we can always get. Credits: Story, Gene Thompson & Stanley Ross; teleplay, Gene Thompson & Joel Kane. © 7Oct69; LP38917.

Nothing but the truth. Credits: By Jim McGinn & Pat McCormick. © 3Feb70; LP38913.

The producer. Credits: By David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. © 24Mar70; LP38915.

That’s Debbie. Credits: By Jess Oppenheimer. © 16Sep69; LP38920.

To and from Russia with love, pt. 2. Credits: By Joe Bonaduce & Ann Marcus. © 11Nov69; LP38921.

Where there’s a will, there’s no way. Credits: By Barbara Avedon & Lionel Burt. © 31Mar70; LP38912.

DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS FOR FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21086.

DECIMAL NAMES FOR RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21085.

DECIMALS. See

MATHEMATICS.

DECIMALS: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co, a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21068.

THE DECISION IS YOURS. Aetna Life & Casualty. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Drivavision. Aetna Life & Casualty; 30Apr71; MP21608.

DECODER MACHINE OPERATORS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

DECORATING A CAKE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21251.

DECORATIVE FOLIAGE. See

MAN AND THE FOREST: SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS.

DEEP BACK AND SPINAL CORD. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 26Feb71; MU8293.

DEEP SIX AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

DEFINITION OF SETS. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

DEMON OF KALANEMI. See

MAYA.

DEMON’S WORTH MORE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.: 29Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP12881.

DENTAL CARE: TEETH ARE FRIENDS, TREAT THEM WELL (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. (Learning to learn series)

Credits: Produced in collaboration with Ted Lowry.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 30Dec69; JP12493.

DENVER & RIO GRANDE: NARROW GAUGE OVER CUMBRES. See

DOUBLING THE STEEP SIDE.

SUMMER ALONG THE SAN JUAN.

DESIRED EXPERIENCES FOR FOURS AND FIVES (Filmstrip) Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 30 fr., color, 35 mm. (Preschool vacation Bible school mission, series 71-73) © Sunday School Board of the S.B.C.; 5Mar71; JP13007.

DETROIT: MANUFACTURING COMMUNITY. See

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES.

DEVELOPING A PLAN FOR CHURCH ADVANCE (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 4Jan71; A211945.

DEVELOPING RESPONSIBILITY. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. 2d ed. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21049.

DEVELOPMENTAL DESIGN SERIES, PT. 1. See

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN.

DEVIL’S OUTPOST. See

GUNSMOKE.

DIAGNOSIS. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

DIAGNOSTIC TEST OF SPEECH READING. Grune & Stratton. 7 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. author: Helmer R. Myklebust. © Grune & Stratton, Inc.; 12Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21441.

DIALYSIS. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Osmosis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21418.

DICTATING AND TRANSCRIBING MACHINES. See

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES.

DID YOU EXPECT LESS. See

THE COMPARE CHART.

DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE TRAVELING SALESLADY? Universal Pictures. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Producer, Si Rose; director, Don Weis; screenplay, John Fenton Murry; story, Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum; music, Vic Mizzy; director of photography, Bud Thackery; film editor, Edward Haire.

Cast: Phyllis Diller, Bob Denver, Joe Flynn, Eileen Wesson, Jeanette Nolan.

© Universal Pictures; 23Mar67; LP38594.

DIFFERENT IDEAS ABOUT CATTLE. See

GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE.

DIFFERENT KINDS. See

TREES.

DIFFERENT THING. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 83.

DIGESTION. See

ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS.

DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING. Deere & Co. 60 min., sd., b&w, Videotape. Appl. author: E. R. Friesth. © Deere & Co.; 5Apr71; MU8326.

DINOSAURS, THE TERRIBLE LIZARDS. Wah Chang. Released by Charles Cahill & Associates. Distributed by Aims Instructional Media Services. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wah Chang; 30Sep70; MP21266.

DIP CASTING. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Plastisol, no. 718) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21292.

DIRECT PRINTING. Davidson Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21376.

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. Made by Graphic Educational Systems Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Instructor’s handbook, A direction for tomorrow; written & created by Otis L. Bratton & Robert A. Tomlinson, 32 p.

Contents: Cabbages to kings and various things. 39 fr.–Retail store department head. 29 fr.–Sales associate. 29 fr.–Specialty retail sales. 28 fr.–Retail food store clerk. 25 fr.–Credit counselor. 26 fr.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 15Dec70; A224995.

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. Made by Graphic Educational Systems Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Instructor’s handbook, A direction for tomorrow; written & created by Otis L. Bratton & Robert A. Tomlinson, 32 p.

Contents: Equipment rental assistant. 29 fr.–Food service assistants. 27 fr.–Park and recreation assistants. 28 fr.–Electronic engineering assistants. 27 fr.–Real estate management trainees. 30 fr.–Jobs for the now generation. 35 fr.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 15Dec70; A224993.

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. Made by Graphic Educational Systems Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Instructor’s handbook, A direction for tomorrow; written & created by Otis L. Bratton & Robert A. Tomlinson, 32 p.

Contents: The money tree. 36 fr.–The real estate appraiser. 30 fr.–Investment account executives. 32 fr.–New accounts clerk. 24 fr.–Bank tellers. 27 fr.–Decoder machine operators. 24 fr.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 11Dec70; A224994.

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: The nation’s builders. 38 fr.–Heavy equipment operators. 32 fr.-Carpenters. 37 fr.–Electricians. 28 fr.-Civil engineering technician. 37 fr.–Architectural draftsman. 26 fr.

Credits: Written & photographed by Graphic Educational Systems Co.

Appl. authors: Otis L. Bratton & Robert A. Tomlinson.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 7Dec70; A209370.

DISARMAMENT: THE QUEST FOR PEACE (Filmstrip) New York Times Co. 71 fr., b&w, 35 mm. (Filmstrip on current affairs, Mar. 1971) With kit. © New York Times Co.; 9Mar71; A221163

DISASSEMBLY. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

DISCHARGE CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION ROOM. Comprenetics. 12 min., sd., color, 8 mm. (Housekeeping series) Loop film. © Comprenetics, Inc.; 16Dec70; MP21460.

DISCIPLINING CHILDREN CAN BE A PROBLEM (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 55 fr.; pt. 2, 45 fr.), color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family)

Credits: Planner & writer, Beverlie Burgard.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13097, 13092.

DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Kinds of rocks. 54 fr.–Kinds of minerals. 51 fr.–How we identify them. 51 fr.–Their value to us. 51 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Donald G. Decker.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 19Oct70; JP12902.

DISCOVERY. Min-On of America. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Bob Safir; editors, Bob Safir & Nettie Pena.

© Min-On of America; 28Jan71; MU8273.

DISCOVERY 1: TO SEE (Filmstrip) Media Plus. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 9 p.

Credits: Words & pictures, Ann Grifalconi.

© Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; A212133.

DISINFECTING BY SPRAYING AND FOGGING TECHNIQUES. Comprenetics. 12 min., sd., color, 8 mm. (Housekeeping series) Loop film. © Comprenetics, Inc.; 7Dec70; MP21461.

DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTORS TO COUNSELING SERIES. See

CARL ROGERS CONDUCTS AN ENCOUNTER GROUP.

CARL ROGERS: ON FACILITATING A GROUP.

THE DISTURBANCE CALL: GENERAL. Woroner Films. 25 min., sd., color. (Officer training) © Woroner Films, Inc.; 12May71; MU8320.

THE DIVIDED CITY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Jan68; LP38532.

DIVIDING WITH DECIMALS, General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21088.

DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: MISSING FACTOR METHOD. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21082.

DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: RECIPROCAL METHOD. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21083.

DIVISION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21067.

DO YOU KNOW? (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide, 1 v.

Contents: The big city circus. 27 fr.–Circus people. 29 fr.–Circus animals. 29 fr.–People who do tricks. 29 fr.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 15Nov69; A216916.

DO YOU KNOW? (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide, 1 v.

Contents: What people do. 29 fr.–What are these things? 28 fr.–Animal names–zoo. 29 fr.–Animal names–pets and farm. 29 fr.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 15Nov69; A216918.

DO YOU WANT TO BE A GOOD PARENT? (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 48 fr.; pt. 2, 64 fr.), color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family)

Credits: Planner & writer, Beverlie Burgard.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13094, 13082.

DOCTOR HERMAN SCHULTZ, M.D. See

GUNSMOKE.

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. Gregstan Enterprises. Released by Sterling Television. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Silents please)

Credits: Author of new material, Paul Killiam.

Cast: John Barrymore, Nita Naldi.

Appl, states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 18Aug20, L14921. NM: revision, abridgement, effects, score & narration.

© Gregstan Enterprises, Inc.; 18Aug60 (in notice: 1959); LP39033.

DOCTORS’ WIVES. Frankovich Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by Frank G. Slaughter.

Credits: Producer, M. J. Frankovich; director, George Schaefer; screenplay, Daniel Taradash; music, Elmer Bernstein; director of photography, Charles B. Lang; film editor, Carl Kress.

Cast: Dyan Cannon, Richard Crenna, Gene Hackman, Carroll O’Connor, Rachel Roberts.

© Frankovitch [sic] Productions, Inc.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP58733.

A DODGE TRUCK COMPARADRAMA (1971 Dodge vs. Ford light-duty trucks) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec70; JP12877.

DOGNAPPER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

DOMICILE CONJUGAL (Bed and board) Films du Carrosse, Valoria Films & Fida Cinematografica. [France] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm. English subtitles.

Credits: Executive producer, Marcel Berbert; director, Francois Truffaut; script, Francois Truffaut, Claude de Givray & Bernard Revon; music, Antoine Duhamel; photography, Nestor Almendros; editor, Agnes Guillemot.

Cast: Jean-Pierre Leaud, Claude Jade, Mlle. Hiroko, Barbara Laage, Daniele Girard.

© Films de [sic] Carrosse, S.A.; 25Aug70; LF73.

DON’T HUSTLE AN ANT WITH MUSCLE. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 27Dec70; LP39173.

DON’T JUST STAND THERE. Universal Pictures. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Based on Charles Williams’ novel The Wrong Venus.

Credits: Producer, Stan Margulies; director, Ron Winston; screenplay, Charles Williams; music, Nick Perito; director of photography, Milton Krasner; film editor, Richard Bracken.

Cast: Robert Wagner, Mary Tyler Moore, Glynis Johns, Harvey Korman, Barbara Rhoades.

© Universal Pictures; 4May68; LP38826.

DORA. See

IRONSIDE.

DOUBLING THE STEEP SIDE. Pt. 2; Chama to Cumbres Pass. Sunday River Productions. 31 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Denver & Rio Grande: Narrow gauge over Cumbres) Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 19Sep70; MP21198.

DOWN ON THE FARM. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST, v. 12, issue 4.

DOWN THE STREET PAST THE TELEPHONE POLE (Filmstrip) Graded Press. Made by Division of Curriculum Resources, General Board of Education, United Methodist Church. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. With Leader’s guide, by Lois McDonnell, & Reading script, 14 p. Produced through Trafco.

Credits: Director, C. B. Anderson; writer, Mrs. Lee Parkison; photographer, Wayne Smith; music, Sam Routh.

© Graded Press; 3May71; A245408.

DOWNTOWN. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

THE DOWNTOWN SWAMI’S CHILDREN. Alpha Films. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Alpha Films; 15Dec70; MP21032.

DRACULA. Gregstan Enterprises. Released by Sterling Television. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Silents please) From the German original Nosferatu.

Credits: Director, F. W. Murnau; author of new material, Paul Killiam.

Appl. states prev. pub. 1929. NM: revision, abridgement, effects, score & narration.

© Gregstan Enterprises, Inc.; 28Sep61 (in notice: 1959); LP39034.

DRAGNET 1970. Mark VII. Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Television. © Dragnet Productions.

A.I.D.–the weekend. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Richard Neil Morgan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Jack Sheldon, Herb Ellis, Rhoda Williams. © 12Feb70; LP39075.

Auto Theft–Dognapper. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Art Gilmore, Tim Donnelly, James Minotto. © 26Feb70; LP39077.

Bunco–$9,000. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Don Kilburn. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Dave Willock, Nydia Westman, Buddy Lester. © 11Dec69; LP39096.

Burglary–auto courtroom. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Jack Banet. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Lew Brown, Stacy Harris, Alan Soule. © 20Nov69; LP39093.

Burglary auto–juvenile genius. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Michael Tanner, Buddy Goster, David Gruner. © 4Dec69; LP39095.

Burglary–baseball. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Robert C. Dennis. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Virginia Gregg, Jill Donohue, Stuart Nisbett. © 9Apr70; LP39083.

Burglary–helpful woman. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Nydia Westman, Julie Bennett, Ralph Moody. © 22Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP39060.

Burglary–mister. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Burt Prelutsky. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, John Hudson, Angie Strickland, Virginia Vincent. © 16Oct69; LP39089.

Burglary–the son. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Robert C. Dennis. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Robert Brubaker, Dorothy Morris, John Gilgreen. © 5Feb70; LP39074.

D.H.Q,.–medical. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Robert C. Dennis. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Del Moore, King Moody, Cyril Delevanti. © 9Oct69; LP39088.

D.H.Q.–missing persons. C redits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Alf Harris. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Jill Banner, Dee Carroll, Joy Ellison. © 13Nov69; LP39092.

D.H.Q.–night school. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Richard Neil Morgan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, J. C. Curtiss, Harry Bartell, Shannon Farnon. © 19Mar70; LP39080.

D.H.Q.–the victims. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Ralph Moody, Art Balinger, Charles Brewer. © 16Apr70; LP39084.

Forgery–the ranger. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Don Kilburn. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Stacy Harris, Judy McConnell, Ed Deemer. © 12Mar70; LP39079.

Homicide–Cigarette butt. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Alf Harris. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Vic Perrin, Henery Corden, Than Wyenn. © 30Oct69; LP39091.

Homicide–the student. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Jack Smith. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Virginia Gregg, Peggy Webber, Jill Banner. © 25Sep69; LP39086.

Homicide–who killed who [sic]. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Jim B. Smith, Herb Vigram, Marshall Rod. © 29Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP39062.

I.A.D.–the receipt. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Art Balinger, Don Ross, Marco Antonio. © 26Mar70; LP39081.

Internal affairs–parolee. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Clark Howat, Alice Backes, John Dennis. © 27Nov69; LP39094.

Juvenile–the little pusher. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, James Doherty. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, James McEachin, Don Dubbins, Eve McVeagh. © 23Oct69; LP39090.

Missing persons–the body. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Robert C. Dennis. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Luana Patten, Virginia Gregg, Howard Culver. © 5Mar70; LP39078.

Narco–missing hype. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Len Wayland, Virginia Vincent, Kelley Sebring. © 8Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP39061.

Narco–pillmaker. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Alf Harris. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Maudie Prickett, Stacy Harris, Sam Edwards, Appl. ti: Narcotics–pillmaker. © 19Feb70; LP39076.

Personnel–the shooting. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Virginia Gregg, Harry Bartell, William Boyett. © 18Sep69; LP39085.

Robbery–the harassing wife. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Alf Harris. Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Sid Clute, Julie Bennett, Art Gilmore. © 2Apr70; .

S.I.U.–the ring. Credits: Producer & director, Jack Webb; writer, Robert C. Dennis, Cast: Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, Louise Lorimer, Stephanie Shayne, Larry Levine. © 2Oct69; LP59087.

THE DRAGON OF GOLD HILL. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

DRAGONFLY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21476.

DRAKESTAIL. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

DRILL PRESSES & LATHES. See

SHOP SAFETY.

DRILLING COMPRESSED CUBE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Acrylics, no. 710) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21304.

DRILLING, TAPPING AND THREADING. See

METALWORKING.

DRIVING–OR DRIVEN? Aetna Life & Casualty. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 5Mar71; MP21402.

DROSOPHILA GENETICS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

DRUG ABUSE: WHO NEEDS IT? (Filmstrip) Marsh Film Enterprises. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. With Suggestions and guides for teaching, 1 v. Appl. states claim extends to 43 original photos; copyright not claimed on 8 photos of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. © Marsh Film Enterprises; 6Apr70; JP15053.

DRUGS: FRIEND OR FOE? (Filmstrip) Marsh Film Enterprises. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. © Marsh Film Enterprises; 6Apr70; JP12977.

DRUM LATHE OPERATION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, F-5A) Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott. © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 15Dec69; JP12821.

DUKE OF TOMBSTONE. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

DUPLICATING AND COPYING MACHINES. See

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES.

E
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED MAN ON THE MOON. (Filmstrip) Science & Technology Education Center. 110 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Director, Frank M. Taylor; Writers, Wernher Von Braun & Frederick I. Ordway, III; narrator, Wernher Von Braun; artist, Richard McKenna.

© Science & Technology Education Center; 5Jun70; JP12837.

EAGLE’S DYNASTY. See

LASSIE.

EAR NOTCHING AND CLIPPING TEETH. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (A.S. 8) Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 30Dec70; MP21213.

EARLY CANDLE LIGHTEN. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

EARLY ROMANTIC ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

EARTH SCIENCE SERIES. See

GROUND WATER: THE HIDDEN RESERVOIR.

EASTERN EUROPE. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

THE EASY EIGHT WAY TO INCREASE DRYER SALES. Westinghouse Electric Corp. Made by Jam Handy Productions, division of T.T.P. Corp. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8308.

EASY READER. Livingston Free Public Library Board of Trustees. 18 min., sd., color.

Credits: Production manager, Carol A. Zbuska; directed, filmed & screenplay by Roger Mocenigo; contributing editors, Carol A. Zbuska, John Mocenigo, Bill Hamlin.

© Free Public Library; 19Mar71; MU8315.

ECHO OF A NIGHTMARE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS (Filmstrip) QED Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With study guide and scripts, and cassettes.

Contents: Filmstrip: 1. Population statistics. 59 fr.–2. Population trends. 53 fr.–3. Some ecological considerations. 59 fr.–4-. Evolution and extinction. 62 fr.–5. Pesticides. 68 fr.–6. Pollution. 58 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Edward D. Eagle; director, Jack L. Tyler; writer, Richard Felger; graphic art & photography, Vaccaro Associates.

© Cathedral Films, Inc.; 31Mar71; JP13207.

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual. Contents: An upland forest. 40 fr.–A lowland forest. 41 fr.–A marsh. Appl. ti.: Marshes. 38 fr.–A grassland. Appl. ti.: Grasslands. 34 fr.–A stream. Appl. ti.: Streams and ponds. 40 fr.–A seashore. Appl. ti.: Tidal zone. 41 fr. © Educational Direction, Inc.; 17Sep70; JP12811-12816.

ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

ECOLOGY PROBE–PLANET EARTH. Fordham Equipment Co., Fordham Pub. Co., & Kiva Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Fordham Equipment Co., Inc.; 1Jun70; MP21605.

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FAMILY LIVING (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, lesson 10)

Credits: By G. H. Grotey.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13086.

ECONOMIC DECISIONS: WHAT, HOW & FOR WHOM. Doubleday Multimedia. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, a division of Doubleday & Co., Inc. (in notice: Doubleday Multimedia); 1Dec70; MP21167.

ECONOMICS AND THE INDIVIDUAL. See

BIG DAY TOMORROW.

CROSSROADS.

OF DOLLARS AND SENSE.

SOMETHING FOR A RAINY DAY.

WHICH COMES FIRST.

THE ECONOMY AND GOVERNMENT OF ISRAEL. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

EDEN IS THE PLACE WE LEAVE. See

IRONSIDE.

EDITORIAL ART & PRODUCTION. See

HOW A BOOK IS MADE.

EDUCATION IN ISRAEL. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

EDWARD FIELD MINI-LESSON. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

EFFECT OF LIGHT INTENSITY. Thorne Films. 5 min. si., color. Super 8 mm. (Photosynthesis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21408.

EFFECT OF pH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Enzyme action) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21405.

THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FORCES ON FAMILY LIFE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey, lesson 17) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13098.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Enzyme action) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21406.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON YEAST METABOLISM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Respiration) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21412.

EFFECT OF WAVELENGTH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Photosynthesis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21409.

EFFECT ON CELL MEMBRANES. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Osmosis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21417.

EGO REINFORCEMENT IN LABOR. Daniel D. Friedman. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Daniel D. Friedman; 1Apr70; MP21212.

8444 ON SHERMAN HILL. Sunday River Productions. 33 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 17Sep70; MP21196.

80 YEARS See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

EISENHOWER INTERVENES IN LITTLE ROCK. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

ELECTRIC SAFETY FROM A TO ZAP. Consumers Power Co. Made by Portafilms. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Consumers Power Co.; 28Oct70; MP21465.

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 27 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, M2-C)

Credits: Planner & writer, John Schuster.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13090.

ELECTRICAL ENERGY. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

ELECTRICIANS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

ELECTRICITY AT WORK (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 6 v.

Contents: A417-1–417-6: Light and heat from electricity. 56 fr.–Cool light from electricity. 58 fr.–Magnetism from electricity. 57 fr.–The telegraph and telephone. 59 fr.–Induction and transformers. 61 fr.–Electrolysis and electroplating. 63 fr.

Credits: Writer & producer, Marc Ellis.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 18Sep70; A236148.

ELECTRICITY MEASURER AS AN AMMETER (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 1May71; JP13163.

ELECTROLYSIS AND ELECTROPLATING. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

ELECTRON THEORY (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, unit M-2A)

Credits: Planner & writer, John Schuster.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13100.

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. See

ADDING WITH FRACTIONS.

ADDITION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.

ADDITION WITH MIXED NUMERALS.

BETWEEN RATIONAL NUMBERS.

BETWEEN THE WHOLE NUMBERS.

BEYOND THE WHOLE NUMBERS.

THE BIGGEST RECTANGLE.

COMPARING RATIONAL NUMBERS.

DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS FOR FRACTIONS.

DECIMAL NAMES FOR RATIONAL NUMBERS.

DECIMALS: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.

DIVIDING WITH DECIMALS.

DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: MISSING FACTOR METHOD.

DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: RECIPROCAL METHOD.

DIVISION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS.

EXPLOITATION OF ERRORS.

FRACTIONS AND RATIONAL NUMBERS. GAMES.

GRAPHING.

GRAPHING INEQUALITIES.

HIDDEN TREASURE.

MAC’S FACTORY, OR SHORTCUTS IN MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS.

MEASUREMENT.

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION WITH DECIMALS.

MULTIPLICATION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.

MULTIPLYING WITH DECIMALS.

MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS.

MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS: DISTRIBUTIVITY.

NEGATIVE RATIONALS.

OPERATIONS EXTENDED TO NEGATIVE RATIONALS.

PROBABILITY.

PRODUCT OF TWO NEGATIVE NUMBERS.

RATIO.

RECIPROCALS–MULTIPLICATIVE INVERSES.

THE REMAINDER IN DIVISION.

ROUNDING.

SOLVING PAIRS OF EQUATIONS.

SUBTRACTING WITH FRACTIONS.

SUBTRACTING WITH MIXED NUMERALS.

SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.

USING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS TO COMPUTE SUMS.

ELEMENTARY MUSIC (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. (Teaching transparencies for overhead projection) © United Transparencies, Inc.; 3Aug67; A227021.

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS. Set A (Filmstrip) Macmillan Co. Made by Instructional Media Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 55 p. Contents: Sun, moon, and earth. 44 fr.–Our changing earth. 44 fr.–Living on land. 51 fr.–Living in water. 37 fr.–Your body’s needs. 38 fr.–Heat. 47 fr. Script by Tintern Research & Educational Enterprises. © Macmillan Co.; 5Oct70; A207071.

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS. Set C (Filmstrip) Macmillan Co. Made by Instructional Media Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 54 p. Contents: Patterns of growth. 40 fr.–Physical properties of matter. 53 fr.–Chemical properties of matter. 37 fr.–Investigating the atmosphere. 44 fr.–Flight into space. 48 fr.–Exploring the oceans. 43 fr. Script by Tintern Research & Educational Enterprises. © Macmillan Co.; 12Oct70; A207070.

ELEMENTS OF MANAGING FOR RADIOLOGISTS. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. Made by Audio Productions under supervision of the Dupont Co. Photo Products Dept. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.; 7Jun71; MP21622.

ELEVATOR/CONSTRUCTION. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS)

ELVIS, THAT’S THE WAY IT IS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 108 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Director, Denis Sanders; director of photography, Lucien Ballard; film editor, Henry Berman.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 30Oct70; LP38519.

THE EMBATTLED METROPOLIS (Filmstrip) New York Times Co. 67 fr., b&w, 35 mm. (Filmstrip on current affairs, Dec. 1970) With kit. © New York Times Co.; 1Dec70; A242711.

EMBEDDING. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Polyester resins) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21474.

EMISSARY. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ENCHANTED MULE. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

THE END OF RAINBOWS. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

END PRODUCTS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Photosynthesis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21407.

L’ENFANT SAUVAGE (The wild child) Films du Carrosse & Productions Artistes Associes [France] Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm. English subtitles. D’apres Memoire et rapport sur Victor de l’Aveyron, par Jean Itard.

Credits: Executive producer, Marcel Berbert; director, Francois Truffaut; screenplay, Francois Truffaut & Jean Gruault; director of photography, Nestor Almendros; film editor, Agnes Guillemot.

Cast: Jean-Pierre Cargol, Jean Daste, Francois Truffaut, Francoise Seigner, Paul Ville.

© Films du Carrosse; 26Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LF80.

ENGLAND’S LAKE COUNTRY (Filmstrip) Perfection Form Co. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. © Perfection Form Co.; 30Sep70; JP12850.

ENGLISH. See

THE LIBRARY CARD CATALOG SYSTEM.

LIBRARY: INDEXES.

LIBRARY: INTRODUCTION.

RESEARCH SKILLS: CHOOSING AND NARROWING A TOPIC.

RESEARCH SKILLS: PLANNING THE PAPER.

ENGLISH SUPPLEMENT. See

1967 ENGLISH SUPPLEMENT.

ENVIRONMENT IN CRISIS. See

PROBLEMS OF CONSERVATION: WILDLIFE.

ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Digestion) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21439.

ENZYME ACTION. See

CATALASE.

EFFECT OF pH.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE.

PTYALIN.

EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES. See

MATHEMATICS.

EQUIPMENT RENTAL ASSISTANT. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

EQUIVALENT AND NON-EQUIVALENT SETS. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21074.

ERIK SATIE AND THE KING OF THE BEANS. King Screen Productions. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 2Oct70; MP20945.

ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS OF A NEGOTIATIONS AGREEMENT (Filmstrip) Educational Service Bureau. Made by Aids to Motivation. 100 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Service Bureau, Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13066.

ESTIMATION. See

MATHEMATICS.

THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE OF SUCCESS (Filmstrip) B. F. Goodrich Co. Made by Jam Handy Productions. 99 fr., color, 35 mm. © B. F. Goodrich Co.; 12Mar71; JU12864.

ETUDE EN 21 POINTS. Office National du Film du Canada. Released by Columbia Pictures Industries. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm.

Credits: Director of production, Clement Perron; director, Jacques Bobet; editor, Yves Leduc.

Cast: Denis Neale & Jaroslav Stanek.

© Office National du Film du Canada; 1Apr70 (in notice: 1968); MP21040.

EUROPE WAS OUR CLASSROOM. Herbert Wood Ockerman. 183 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Herbert W. Ockerman; 24Dec70, MU8264.

EVALUATING TEACHER DEMANDS (Filmstrip) Educational Service Bureau. Made by Aids to Motivation. 101 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Service Bureau, Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13068.

THE EVERLASTING BIRTHDAY PARTY. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

EVERYONE LOVES A BRIDE. Welcome Wagon International. Made by Vision Associates. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Mel London. © Welcome Wagon International; 1Oct70; MP21103.

EVOLUTION AND EXTINCTION. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

EVOLUTION OF A YOGI. Hartley Productions. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Elda Hartley. © Hartley Productions, Inc.; 23Sep70; MP21138.

EVOLUTION OF THE CLEANER AIR SYSTEM (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 85 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Ross Roy, Inc. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jun71; JP13222.

EXACTLY ONE HUNDRED MILES. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 15.

EXPANDING WESTERN CIVILIZATION. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

EXPLOITATION OF ERRORS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21093.

EXPLORING THE OCEANS. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

EXTRACTING DNA. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (DNA and cell reproduction) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21420.

EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES. See

ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE.

EYE AND CAMERA. Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany. Art & Nature, distributor. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Film thru film) © Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany; 21Sep70; MP21160.

EYE OF THE CAT. Joseph M. Schenck Enterprises. Released by Universal Pictures. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, Bernard Schwartz, Phillip Hazelton; director, David Lowell Rich; writer, Joseph Stefano; music, Lalo Schifrin; directors of photography, Russell Metty, Ellsworth Fredericks; film editor, J. Terry Williams.

Cast: Michael Sarrazin, Gayle Hunnicutt, Eleanor Parker, Tim Henry, Laurence Naismith.

© Universal Pictures; 2Aug70 (in notice: 1969); LP38883.

F
THE FACE OF THE DRAGON. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

FACE TO FACE. A. P. Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Executive producer, Thomas A. Pyle.

© A. P. Productions, Inc.; 4Mar71; MP21288.

THE FACELESS MAN. Hovue Productions. 53 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Stanley Chase; director, Stuart Rosenberg; writer, Harry Kleiner.

Cast: Jack Lord, Shirley Knight.

© Hovue Productions; 4May66; LP38561.

FACTORS AND PRIMES. See

MATHEMATICS.

FAIRY, CLAM AND TADPOLE SHRIMP. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21335.

FALL OF BABYLON. Gregstan Enterprises. Released by Sterling Television. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Silents please) Adapted from Intolerance.

Credits: Director, D. W. Griffith; cameraman, Billy Bitzer; author of new material, Paul Killiam.

Cast: Elmo Lincoln, Constance Talmadge, Seena Owen.

Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 5Sep16, L9934. NM: revision, abridgement, effects, score & narration.

© Gregstan Enterprises, Inc.; 5Oct61 (in notice: 1959); LP59035.

FALLING WATER. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21548.

FAMILIES ARE DIFFERENT AND ALIKE. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Frank J. Estvan.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21350.

FAMILY AFFAIR. Family Affair Co. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. A Don Fedderson production. © Family Affair Co.

Angel in the family. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 12Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38698.

The birthday boy. Credits: Writer. Blanche Hanalis. © 13Nov69; LP38708.

The boys against the girls. Credits: Writers, Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs. © 26Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38696.

Cissy’s apartment. Credits: Writer, Si Rose. © 16Oct69; LP38704.

Family in paradise, pt. 1. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 26Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38699.

Family in paradise, pt. 2. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 2Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38700.

The girl graduate. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 1Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38688.

Goodbye, Harold. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 25Dec69; LP38713.

Grandpa, sir. Credits: Writer, Brad Radnitz. © 8Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38689.

The inheritance. Credits: Writer, Elroy Schwartz. © 5Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38693.

The Jody affair. Credits: Writer, Roland Wolpert. © 23Oct69; LP38705.

The language of love. Credits: Writers, Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson. © 29Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38692.

Marooned. Credits: Writers, Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson. © 15Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP3869O.

Maudie. Credits: Writers, Henry Garson. Edmund Beloin. © 18Dec69; LP38712.

Mr. Osaki’s tree. Credits: Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 22Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38691.

No uncle is an island. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 25Sep69; LP38701.

Number one boy. Credits: Writer, William H. Wright. © 4Dec69; LP38710.

The old cowhand. Credits: Writer, Walter Black. © 5Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38697.

The stowaway. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 20Nov69; LP38709.

A tale of two travels. Credits: Writer, Rocci Chatfield. © 11Dec69; LP38711.

There goes New York. Credits: Writer, Burt Styler. © 12Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38694.

Uncle Prince Charming. Credits: Writer, Rita Lakin. © 9Oct69; LP38703.

What’s funny about a broken leg? Credits; Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 6Nov69; LP38707.

The wings of an angel. Credits: Writer, Roswell Rogers. © 2Oct69; LP38702.

With this ring. Credits: Writers, Henry Garson, Edmund Beloin. © 30Oct69; LP38706.

Wouldn’t it be lov-er-ly. Credits: Writer, Robert Pirosh. © 19Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38695.

FAMILY IN PARADISE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THE FAMILY IN TIME OF TROUBLE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey, lesson 11) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13104.

FAMILY MAN. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

THE FAMILY TOGETHER. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

FARMS AROUND THE WORLD. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21053.

FASCINATING BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA (Filmstrip) Marsh Film Enterprises. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 47 fr.), color, 35 mm. With Suggestions and guides for teaching, 1 v. Appl. states claim extends to 36 original photos. © Marsh Film Enterprises; 6Apr70; JP13054

FASCINATING SNAKES OF NORTH AMERICA (Filmstrip) Marsh Film Enterprises. 48 fr.; color, 35 mm.

Credits: Consultant photographer, Harry L. Gregory.

© Marsh Film Enterprises; 6Apr70; JP12978.

FAT IN THE SADDLE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Al Coe & Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voice, Dal McKennon; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jun68; LP38544.

FATHER AND SON. See

LASSIE.

FATHER AT WORK. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

FATHER’S CHOICE. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

THE FEMINIST AND THE FUZZ. Henerson & Guzman Productions. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Jerry Paris; writer, Jim Henerson; music, Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson; director of photography, Emil Oster; film editor, Bud Molin.

Cast: Barbara Eden, David Hartman, Harry Morgan, Roger Perry, Jo Anne Worley.

© Henerson & Guzman Productions, Inc.; 26Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP38560.

FERMENTATION. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Respiration) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21413.

FERTILIZATION. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (DNA and cell reproduction) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21423.

FEUDIN, FIGHTIN-N-FUSSIN. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Al Coe & Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voice, Dal McKennon.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jun68; LP38546.

FIBER GLASS. See

FLAT LAMINATION.

LAMINATION USING MATCHED MOLDS.

A FIELD BECOMES A TOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 27Oct70; MP21024.

FIELD DOG. See

[WAYNE DOG FOOD TELEVISION COMMERCIAL]

FIELD SOCIAL STUDIES PROGRAM (Filmstrip) Field Educational Publications. 93 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 27 p.

Credits: Directors, Richard E. Gross, John U. Michaelis.

© Field Educational Publications, Inc.; 30Oct70; A216466.

THE FIERY ANGEL AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

50,000 PLUS. Wise Owl Club of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Made by Harvest Films. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Leo Trachtenberg. © Harvest Films, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21186.

THE FIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS. Fight of the Champions. Made by William Greaves Productions. From Cinerama Releasing Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. © Fight of the Champions, a joint venture consisting of Perenchio, Inc. & California Sports, Inc.; 9Mar71; MP21379.

FIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS. Fight of the Champions. Made by William Greaves Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 min., si., color, 8 mm. Appl. states prev. pub. & prev. reg. MP21379. NM: abridgment. © Fight of the Champions, a joint venture consisting of Perenchio, Inc. & California Sports, Inc.; 15Apr71; MP21592.

FIGURE AND PORTRAIT. See

WATERCOLOR.

FILIPPINO LIPPI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12949.

FILM THRU FILM. See

CAMERA AND SHOT.

EYE AND CAMERA.

FRAGMENTING THE SCENE.

SHOT AND SCENE.

FILMSTRIP ON CURRENT AFFAIRS. See

DISARMAMENT: THE QUEST FOR PEACE.

THE EMBATTLED METROPOLIS.

MASS MEDIA: THEIR ROLE IN A DEMOCRACY.

YOUR TAX DOLLAR.

FIND ME A NEEDLE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 153.

FINGER WAVING TECHNIQUES. International Institute of Coiffure Designers. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Allan Keith Productions, Inc.; 16Oct68 (in notice: 1965); MP21282.

FIRST AID FOR BOOKS. Grace M. Phillipson. 22 min., b&w. © Grace M. Phillipson; 22Feb71; MU8292.

FIRST ANNUAL DEEPFREEZE. Ranger Assn. of New York. 18 min., si., color, Super 8 mm.

Credits: Filmed by Horace L. Johns, Jr.

© Ranger Assn.; 18Feb71; MU8286.

FIRST DEGREE EQUATIONS (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. (Math)

Credits: Planned & written by Victor Burgard.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13080.

THE FIRST 1000 DAYS. De Wolfe Photography. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Dan E. Wolfe d.b.a. de Wolfe Photography. © De Wolfe Photography; 13May71; MU8324.

FIRST PROJECT S.O.A.R. Ranger Assn. of New York. 30 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Horace L. Johns, Jr. © Ranger Assn.; 18Feb71; MU8287.

FIRST THINGS: SOUND FILMSTRIPS FOR PRIMARY YEARS. See

MAKING SENSE OF SETS.

THE FIRST THREE MINUTES (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12786.

FIRST TRAIN ON CUMBRES. Sunday River Productions. 17 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions; 25Nov70; MP21099.

FISH. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21260.

FISH AND SEAFOOD. See

FOODS WE EAT.

FIVE FACES OF EVE (Filmstrip) Sears, Roebuck & Co. Made by Teletape Detroit Corp. 75 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 1Jun71; JU12881.

FLASH OF DARKNESS. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

FLAT LAMINATION. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Fiber glass, no. 715) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21295.

FLAT WINE, STALE BREAD. Lutheran Film Associates. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Robert E. Miller III; 23Mar70 (in notice: 1969); MP21452.

FLEXIBLE 3-D MOLD CASTING. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Polyester resins, no. 714) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21299.

FLIGHT INTO SPACE. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

FLIGHT OF THE DOVES. Rainbow Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by Walter Macken.

Credits: Producer & director, Ralph Nelson; screenplay, Frank Gabrielson & Ralph Nelson; music composer, arranger & conductor, Roy Budd; director of photography, Harry Waxman; film editor, John Jympson.

Cast: Ron Moody, Jack Wild, Dorothy McGuire, Stanley Holloway, Helen Raye.

© Rainbow Productions, Inc.; 1Apr71; LP38924.

FLOW INSTABILITIES. National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films. Made by Education Development Center. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Education Development Center, Inc.; 7Sep68; MP21172.

FLOWER FORMS. Pt. 5: Hardwood flowers and found objects (Filmstrip) Pap Films. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. (Small wood assemblage) From the motion picture Sticks and scraps. Appl. author: Warren D. Pressler. © Pap Films; 15Jun70; JP13041.

FLOWER FORMS. Pt. 6: Painting, decorating and arranging (Filmstrip) Pap Films. 66 fr., color, 35 mm. (Small wood assemblage) From the motion picture Sticks and scraps. Appl. author: Warren D. Pressler. © Pap Films; 15Jun70; JP13040.

FLOWER STORY: FLOWERS ALONG THE WAY OF LIFE. Costello Productions. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Costello Productions & Lothar Spree; 21May71; MU8334.

FLOWER TRICKS AND DESIGNS. See

HOW FLOWERS TRANSFER POLLEN.

FLOWERS AND THEIR POLLINATION. See

HOW FLOWERS TRANSFER POLLEN.

FLOWERS, FRUITS AND SEEDS. See

TREES.

THE FLUTTERBYE. Ron Phillips Associates. Released by ACI Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Ronald L. Phillips. © Ron Phillips Associates; 16Sep70; MP21369.

FLYING SORCERER. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

FOCUS ON LAOS. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 9.

FOCUS ON MOVEMENT. Dorothy Jacobs. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Dorothy Jacobs; narrator, Carl Woods; music, Robert Kinn; camera & editing, Dorothy Jacobs.

© Dorothy Jacobs; 12Apr71; MP21606.

FOLLOW ME. Petersen Productions. Released by Cinerama. 79 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Gene McCabe; writer, Stanley Ralph Ross; music composer & director, Stu Phillips; cinematographers, Mike Margulies, Jim Freeman, Greg MacGillivray; editorial supervision, Igo Kanter.

Cast: Claude Codgen, Mary Lou McGinnis, Bob Purvey, Bonnie Hill, Andrea Kermot.

© Cinerama, Inc.; 30Apr69; LP38513.

FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANTS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

FOODS WE EAT (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Filmstrip guide, 1 v.

Contents: Vegetables. 49 fr.–Grains. 53 fr.–Fruits. 50 fr.–Dairy products. 49 fr.–Meat and poultry. 51 fr.–Fish and seafood. 50 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Myrtle M. Imhoff; photographer, Harry Rogers; production, M. George Jennings.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 12Mar71; JP13209.

FOOTBALL. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Foote, Cone & Belding. © Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; 11Oct70; MP21056.

FOR THE WAGON PEOPLE, CORONET! (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 77 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 11Mar71; JP13021.

FORCE MEASURER (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 39 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 1May71; JP13162.

FORGERY–THE RANGER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

FOSSILS, STRATA AND EVOLUTION (Filmstrip) Creation-Science Research Center. 86 fr., color, 35 mm. (Creation-science series) With manual, 1 v.

Credits: Narrator, John G. Read.

© John G. Read; 24Oct70; A221645.

FOURIER SERIES. John Wiley & Sons. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer, Russell K. Hobbie.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21400.

FRACTIONS. See

MATHEMATICS.

FRACTIONS AND RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21063.

FRAGMENTING THE SCENE. Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany. Art & Nature, distributor. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Film thru film) © Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany; 21Sep70; MP21163.

FRAME DAMAGE ANALYSIS AND CORRECTION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, M-1)

Credits: Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott & Paul Wells.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13089.

FRAMED. See

LAND OF THE GIANTS.

FRANCESCO GUARDI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Feb67; JP12933.

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT FIGHTS THE DEPRESSION. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

THE FRED STEINMARK STORY. American Cancer Society. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 16Dec70; LP38874.

FREE GROWTH. Alan Gorg. 37 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Alan Gorg; 4Dec70; MP21271.

FRESHWATER BIOLOGY: ORGANISMS AND HABITATS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

FRESH WATER BRYOZOAN. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21334.

A FRIEND FOR PENNY. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

FRIENDS. Behrens Co. Approx. 3 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Behrens Co., Inc.

Episode no.

1. Peru, Vermont. © 15Sep70; LP39161.

2. Frog City, Florida. © 15Sep70; LP39162.

3. Baltimore, Maryland. © 15Sep70; LP39163.

6. New Orleans, Louisiana. © 15Sep70; LP39164.

7. Lafayette, Louisiana. © 15Sep70; LP39165.

9. San Antonio, Texas. © 15Sep70; LP39166.

10. Alpine, Texas. © 15Sep70; LP39167.

FROG ANATOMY. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21438.

FROG–CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21436.

FROG CITY, FLORIDA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 2.

FROG: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21472.

FROG–EXTERNAL ANATOMY AND ORAL CAVITY. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21433.

FROG–GENERAL DISSECTION TECHNIQUE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21432.

FROG JUMP. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 13.

FROG: MUSCULAR SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21479.

FROG–NERVOUS SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21437.

FROG–PITHING TECHNIQUE. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21431.

FROG–RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21434.

FROG: SKELETAL SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21478.

FROG–UROGENITAL SYSTEM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21435.

FROM BAR KOCHBA’S DEFEAT (A.D. 135) TO THE TURKISH CONQUEST (1517) See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

FROM BED TO WORSE. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 16May71; LP39169.

FROM ENEMY TO ALLY. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 5.

FROM KITTY HAWK TO JUMBO JET. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 12, issue 7.

FROM THE CRUSADERS (A.D. 1099) UNTIL THE END OF TURKISH RULE (1917) See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

FROM THE END OF WORLD WAR I TO THE PRESENT TIME. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

FROM THE SETTLEMENT OF CANAAN (1250-1200 B.C.) TO THE CAPTURE OF JERUSALEM BY THE CRUSADERS (A.D. 1099) See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

FROSTING A CAKE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21249.

THE FROZE NOSE KNOWS. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 18Nov70; LP39172.

FRUIT FLY CHROMATOGRAPHY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (DNA and cell reproduction) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21422.

FRUITS. See

FOODS WE EAT.

FUELS, LUBRICANTS & FLUIDS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 93 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 71-5) © Chrysler Corp.; 12Feb71; JP12990.

FULL FATHOM FIVE. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

THE FULL SWING: WOODS AND IRONS. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation, Inc.; 15Mar71; MP21486.

FULLY AUTOMATIC SAUSAGE LINKING, TOWNSEND DB-2A. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21147.

FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS IN GOLF. See

THE FULL SWING: WORDS AND IRONS.

THE GRIP: THE ADDRESS ROUTINE.

THE PUTT.

THE SAND EXPLOSION SHOT.

THE SHORT APPROACH: PITCH AND RUN SHOT, PITCH SHOT.

UNEVEN LIES: UPHILL, DOWNHILL, SIDEHILL.

FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY. See

CHORDATA.

FUNDAMENTALS OF MECHANICAL CLOTHES DRYING SYSTEMS (Filmstrip) Sears, Roebuck & Co. Made by Jam Handy Productions, div. of T.T.P. Corp. 30 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 8Feb71; JU12790.

FURY VS. FORD. See

THE LONG & SHORT OF IT.

G
G. C. ODEN, MINI-LESSON. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

GADDIS RATHEL, STOREKEEPER. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

A GALLERY OF WATERCOLORS (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin. NM: compilation. © Visual Aids Studio, sole owner, Gene Smith Geeslin; 15Jan71; JP12831.

GAMES. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21094.

GARDEN. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

GATITA QUE DESOBEDECIO. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

GELATIN MOLD. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21248.

THE GENERAL. Jay Ward Productions. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35 mm.

Credits: Executive producer, Jay Ward Productions, Inc.; producer, Raymond Rohauer; directors, Buster Keaton & Clyde Bruckman; adapters, Al Boasberg & Charles Smith; photographers, J. D. Jennings & Bert Haines.

Cast: Buster Keaton, Glen Cavender, Jim Farley, Frederick Vroom, Marton Mack.

NM: new titles, editing & other revisions.

© Jay Ward Productions, Inc. & Leopold Friedman, Trustee (in notice: Leopold Friedman-Jay Ward Productions, Inc.); 1Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38511.

GENERAL SHOP HAZARDS. See

SHOP SAFETY.

GENERATIONS APART, PT. 1: A QUESTION OF VALUES. See

CBS REPORTS.

GENERATIONS APART, PT. 2: A PROFILE OF DISSENT. See

CBS REPORTS.

GENERATIONS APART, PT. 3: THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL. See

CBS REPORTS.

GENTILE DA FABRIANO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12926.

GEOGRAPHY. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE. Unit 3: Cultural geography (Filmstrip) Collier-Macmillan-Canada Films. Made by Association of American Geographers. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Different ideas about cattle. 27 fr.–Cultural change: A trend toward uniformity. 19 fr.

NM: 3 transparency masters.

© Association of American Geographers; 16Mar70; A227568.

GEOMETRY. See

MATHEMATICS.

GEORGE BRUNO, HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

GEORGE HANDEL AND HIS SPINET. See

MUSICAL ADVENTURES.

GESTURE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. (Speech, 1-A)

Credits: Planner & writer, Clifford Sumrall.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o.

Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13096.

GET CARTER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 111 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel Jack’s return home, by Ted Lewis.

Credits: Producer, Michael Klinger; director & screenplay, Mike Hodges; music composed & played by Jack Fishman; director of photography, Wolfgang Suschitzky; film editor, John Trumper.

Cast: Michael Caine, Ian Hendry, John Osborne, Britt Ekland, George Sewell.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 21Jan71; LP38523.

GHOST TOWN. See

LAND OF THE GIANTS.

GIANT CHROMOSOMES OF DROSOPHILA. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (DNA and cell reproduction) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21421.

GIFT. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

GIFT FROM FATHER TAPIS. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE GIFT OF THE MAGI (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) Adapted from the short story by O. Henry, pseud. With Teacher’s guide and reading script, 1 v.

Credits: Illustrator, Charles McBarron.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 18Sep70; A236141.

THE GINGERBREAD BOY. See

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

GIORGIONE (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12929.

GIOVANNI BELLINI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12939.

GIOVANNI DI PAOLO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jul67; JP12937.

GIRL. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE GIRL GRADUATE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

GIVE UNTIL IT HURTS. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

GLACIER CANYON. See

LASSIE.

GLASS WORKING TECHNIQUES. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21426.

THE GLEN CAMPBELL GOODTIME HOUR. Glenco Productions. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color. Videotape (2 in.) © Glenco Productions, Inc.

Guests: Andy Griffith, Paul Lynde, Cher. Telecast: Dec. 21, 1969. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 16Dec69; LP38811.

Guests: Catarina Valente, Roger Miller, Henry Gibson. Telecast: Jan. 11, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 6Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38819.

Guests: Dionne Warwick, Fifth Dimension, Ruth Buzzi, John Byner. Telecast: Feb. 22, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 17Feb70; LP38817.

Guests: Dionne Warwick, Roy Clark, Gaylord & Holiday. Telecast: Oct. 22, 1969. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Cecil Tuck; director, Jack Shea. © 17Oct69; LP38810.

Guests: Fess Parker, Sammy Shore, Willie Nelson, Lily Tomlin. Telecast: Mar. 29, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 24Mar70; LP38815.

Guests: Peggy Lee, Wally Cox, Neil Diamond, Patchett & Tarses. Telecast: Jan. 18, 1969. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 13Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38818.

Guests: Ray Charles, George Gobel, Gloria Loring. Telecast: Jan. 25, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 20Jan70; LP38814.

Guests: Shecky Greene, Bobbie Gentry, B. J. Thomas, Skiles & Henderson. Telecast: Feb. 15, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 10Feb70; LP38816.

Guests: Tom Jones, Totie Fields, Jackie DeShannon. Telecast: Oct. 8, 1969. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Cecil Tuck; director, Jack Shea. © 3Oct69; LP38813.

Guests: Walter Brennan, Joey Heatherton, Norm Crosby. Telecast: Jan. 4, 1970. Credits: Producers, Jack Shea, Rich Eustis, Al Rogers; director, Jack Shea. © 30Dec69; LP38812.

THE GLEN CAMPBELL GOODTIME HOUR. Smo-Bro Productions. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color. Videotape (2 in.) Produced in association with Roger Gimbel Enterprises. © Smo-Bro Productions, Inc.

Guests: Buffy Sainte-Marie, The Union Gap, John Byner. Telecast: Feb. 26, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 21Feb69; LP38796.

Guests: George Lindsey, Bill Medley, Merrilee Rush. Telecast: May 14, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 9May69; LP38800.

Guests: Jim Nabors, Bobbie Gentry. Telecast: Mar. 19, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 14Mar69; LP38793.

Guests: Joey Bishop, Judy Carne, Bobby Goldsboro. Telecast: Mar. 5, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford, Joe South. © 1Mar69; LP38791.

Guests: Johnny Cash, Vikki Carr, Bob Newhart. Telecast: Apr. 23, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: John Hartford. © 18Apr69; LP38799.

Guests: Jose Feliciano, The Clingers, Burns & Schreiber. Telecast: Feb. 12, 1969. Credits: Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 7Feb69; LP38803.

Guests: Ken Berry, Leslie Uggams, Merle Haggard. Telecast: Mar. 12, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 7Mar69; LP38792.

Guests: Liza Minelli, Waylon Jennings, Righteous Brothers. Telecast: Apr. 30, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 25Apr69; LP38802.

Guests: The Monkees, Jeannie C. Riley. Telecast: Feb. 5, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, Jack Burns. © 1Feb69; LP38795.

Guests: Nancy Sinatra, Tim Conway, Al Martino. Telecast: Apr. 16, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: John Hartford. © 11Apr69; LP38797.

Guests: Ray Charles, Lynn Kellogg, Burns & Schreiber. Telecast: Apr. 9, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 4Apr69; LP38804.

Guests: Roger Miller, Stevie Wonder. Telecast: Feb. 19, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 14Feb69; LP38794.

Guests: Roy Clark, Goldie Hawn, The Association. Telecast: May 7, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 2May69; LP38801.

Guests: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Flip Wilson, The Vogues. Telecast: Apr. 2, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Jack Shea. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford. © 28Mar69; LP38798.

Guests: Smothers Brothers, Bobbie Gentry. Telecast: Jan. 29, 1969. Credits: Producer, Roger Gimbel; director, Marty Pasetta. Cast: Pat Paulsen, John Hartford, Jack Burns. © 24Jan69; LP38790.

GLOBAL CIRCULATION MODEL II. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21551.

GO FOR CROAK. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 25Dec69; LP39023.

GO, SOBER AND SAFE. Highway Safety Foundation. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Highway Safety Foundation; 20Feb71; MP21536.

GO WEST, YOUNG MANFRED. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

GOLDILOCKS. See

[SHAKEY’S, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GOLF/FROGMAN. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GOOD COP: HANDLE WITH CARE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 52.

THE GOOD LIFE. Screen Gems. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (NBC world premiere movie) A Humble/Lorimar production. Based on the book of the same title by Douglass Wallop.

Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hy Averback; writers Lawrence J. Cohen & Fred Freeman.

Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, David Wayne, Kate Reid, Danny Goldman.

© Screen Gems, division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 22Mar71; LP38931.

GOOD WILL TOUR. See

IRONSIDE.

GOODBY, WAMERU. See

DAKTARI.

GOODBYE, AUNT HARRIET. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

GOODBYE, FAT LARRY. Mushroom Productions. 100 min., sd., color.

Credits: Producer & director, Jon Pownall; musical score, Wilderness Road; cameraman, Nick Kolias; film editor, M. J. Smith.

© Mushroom Productions, Ltd.; 22Apr71; MU8321.

GOODBYE GEMINI. Cinerama. [England] Released in the U.S. by Cinerama International Releasing Organization. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel Ask Agamemnon, by Jenni Hall.

Credits: Producer, Peter Snell; director, Alan Gibson; screenplay, Edmund Ward; photographer, Geoffrey Unsworth; editor, Ernest Hosler.

Cast: Judy Geeson, Martin Potter, Michael Redgrave, Alexis Kanner, Mike Pratt.

© Cinerama, Inc.; 6Aug70; LP38515.

GOODBYE, HAROLD. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

GOODBYE HARRY. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

GOPHER BROKE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Apr69; LP38542.

A GORILLA IS A GORILLA. See

ADVENTURES WITH ALPHIE.

GOWN FOR ALISON. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Grain Belt Breweries. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Grain Belt Breweries, Inc.

Beef. XGMR0639. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 17Mar71; MP21630.

A case. XGMR0139. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 15Mar71; MP21627.

Knowledge. XGMR0519. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 17Mar71; MP21629.

Pizza. XGMR0339. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 17Mar71; MP21628.

Style. XGMR0019. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 15Mar71; MP21626.

Warm heart. XGMR0219. Appl. author: Knox Reeves Advertising. © 15Mar71; MP21631.

GRAINS. See

FOODS WE EAT.

GRAMMAR IN WORDS: FORM WORDS. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

GRAMMAR IN WORDS: STRUCTURE WORDS. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

GRAND CANYON, A SIMULATED FIELD TRIP (Filmstrip) Western Minerals. 2 filmstrips in 1 roll, color, 16 mm.

Credits: By Carleton Moore & Chester F. Royse, Jr.

© Western Minerals, Inc.; 29Dec70 (in notice: 1969); JP12921.

GRAND VILLE AND GRAND PRIX, 2 GRAND WAYS TO LUXURY (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 49 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 18Feb71; JU12811.

GRANDPA, SIR. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

GRANDSTAND PLAY. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

GRAPHING. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made

by Davidson Films. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21072.

GRAPHING. See

MATHEMATICS.

GRAPHING INEQUALITIES. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21096.

GRASS YARD. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

THE GRASSHOPPER MAN STORIES. Series 2 (Filmstrip) Pathescope Educational Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: The story of Rufus. 47 fr.–The story of Mr. Milkpopple. 45 fr.–Jimmy and the circus. 44 fr.–How to hide an elephant. 41 fr.

Credits: Creator & illustrator, Erwin Scharf.

© Pathescope Educational Films, Inc.; 22Feb71; A228830.

GRASSLAND. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

GRASSLANDS. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

GRAVLEE JET WASHER FOR ENDOMETRIAL ANALYSIS. Upjohn Co. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Upjohn Co.; 13May71; LP38971.

THE GREAT CONTINENTAL OVERLAND CROSSCOUNTRY RACE. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 23May71; LP39171.

THE GREAT MOJAVE DESERT. National Geographic Society & Metromedia Producers Corp. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © National Geographic Society; 4Feb71; MP21267.

THE GREAT PINTO BEAN GOLD HUNT. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

GREAT STORIES–BIBLE STORIES. American Lutheran Church, Dept. of TV/Radio/Films. Made by Cameo Productions. 65 reels (5 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. Released in cooperation with Broadcasting & Film Commission of National Council of Churches. © American Lutheran Church; 1Sep69; LP38775.

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES (Filmstrip) Pathescope Educational Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 100 p.

Contents: Washington Irving. 59 fr.–Ralph Waldo Emerson. 58 fr.–Henry David Thoreau. 58 fr.–Nathaniel Hawthorne. 58 fr.–Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 59 fr.–Herman Melville. 58 fr.

Credits: Script & photography, Warren Murray.

© Pathescope Educational Films, Inc.; 12Feb71; A220736.

GREEN. Jill Caroff. 6 min., sd., b&w & color, 16 mm. © Jill Caroff; 24Feb71; MU8295.

GREEN LEAF. See

A NEW LEAF.

THE GREEN PLANTS. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

GRINDERS, ROUTERS, POWER SAWS & JOINTERS. See

SHOP SAFETY.

THE GRIP: THE ADDRESS ROUTINE. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation, Inc.; 15Mar71; MP21485.

GROUND WATER: THE HIDDEN RESERVOIR. John Wiley & Sons. Made by Audio Productions. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Earth science series) © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 2Jan71; MP21174.

THE GROWTH OF THE EARLY CHURCH (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 45 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 4Jan71; A210738.

GUESTS.

For titles beginning with Guests See THE GLEN CAMPBELL GOODTIME HOUR.

GUIDE TO A SUMMER THEATRE. Flat Rock Playhouse. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Pisgah production.

Credits: Writer & director, Mack Travis; camera, Jimmy Reed.

© Mack A. Travis & James W. Reed, Jr. d.b.a. Travis/Reed Associates; 25Jan71; MP21442.

GUIDES TO DISSECTION. See

THE BACK: THE SHOULDER REGION.

THE BACK: THE SUBOCCIPITAL REGION.

DEEP BACK AND SPINAL CORD.

HEAD AND NECK: THE DEEP FACE.

HEAD AND NECK: THE FRONT OF THE SKULL AND THE FACE.

HEAD AND NECK: VESSELS AND NERVES OF THE SUPERFICIAL FACE.

THE LOWER EXTREMITY: POSTERIOR ASPECT OF THE THIGH.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: FEMALE PELVIS.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: FEMALE PERINEUM.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: MALE PERINEUM.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: THE MALE PELVIS.

PLANTAR ASPECT OF THE FOOT.

THE SUPERFICIAL BACK.

GUINESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS. See

THE RECORD MAKERS.

GUNSMOKE. Columbia Broadcasting System. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

Albert. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Jim Byrnes. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 2Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38737.

The badge. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Jim Brynes. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 26Jan70; LP38746.

The cage. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Calvin Clements. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 16Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38740.

Celia. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Harry Kronman. Cast James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 16Feb70; LP38743.

Charlie Noon. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Jim Byrnes. Cast: James Arness. © 27Oct69; LP38760.

Coreyville. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Herman Groves. Cast: James Arness. © 29Sep69; LP38761.

Danny. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Preston Wood. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Glenn Strange. © 6Oct69; LP38752.

The devil’s outpost. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Jim Byrnes; teleplay, Jim Brynes & Bob Barbash; story, Bob Barbash. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Buck Taylor. © 15Sep69; LP38751.

Doctor Herman Schultz, M.D. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; teleplay, Calvin Clements; story, Benny Rubin. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 19Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38739.

Hackett. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, William Kelley. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 9Mar70; LP38747.

The hawk. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writers, Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis. © 13Oct69; LP38756.

The innocent. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Walter Black. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Ken Curtis. © 17Nov69; LP38755.

Jake MacGraw. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writers, Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 1Dec69; LP38759.

The Judas gun. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Harry Kronman. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Glenn Strange. © 12Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38741.

Kiowa. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Ron Bishop. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 9Feb70; LP38742.

A man called Smith. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Calvin Clements. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor, Ted Jordan. © 20Oct69; LP38750.

A matter of honor. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Joy Dexter. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Glenn Strange. © 10Nov69; LP38748.

Morgan. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writers, Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 23Feb70; LP38745.

The pack rat. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writers, Jim Byrnes, Arthur Browne, Jr. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 4Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38738.

Ring of darkness. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Arthur Dales. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 24Nov69; LP38749.

Roots of fear. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Arthur Browne, Jr. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Ted Jordan. © 8Dec69; LP38758.

The sisters. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, William Kelley. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis. © 22Dec69; LP38754.

The still. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Calvin Clements. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 3Nov69; LP38757.

Stryker. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Herman Groves. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 22Sep69; LP38825.

The thieves. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, Thomas Thompson. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Glenn Strange. © 2Mar70; LP38744.

The war priest. Credits: Producer, Joseph Dackow; writer, William Kelley. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Glenn Strange. © 29Dec69; LP38753.

THE GURNIUS AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

GYNECOCRACY: FEMININE RULE. Kounis Productions. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & editor, Thomas Kounis; director, Takis Hatjopoulos; narrator, Ron Wright; music, Athan Karras; directors of photography, Stamatis Tripos & George Panousopoulos; cameramen, Kostas Eliopoulos & Vengelis Eliopoulos; background music, Athan Karras.

Cast: The people of Monoklisia.

© Kounis Productions; 31Dec70; MU8265.

H
HACKETT. See

GUNSMOKE.

HAIKU: A PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION (Filmstrip) Lyceum Productions. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. Based on the book, The moods of earth, by Ann Atwood.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ann Atwood; narrator, Michael Rye; sound engineer, Harlan Harker.

© Lyceum Productions, Inc.; 19May71; JP13168.

HAIL, HERO! Cinema Center Films. Released by National General Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Halcyon production. Based on a novel by John Weston.

Credits: Producer, Harold D. Cohen; director, David Miller; screenplay, David Manber; music, Jerome Moross; cinematographer, Robert Hauser; film editor, Jack McSweeney.

Cast: Michael Douglas, Arthur Kennedy, Teresa Wright, John Larch, Charles Drake.

© Halcyon Productions, Inc.; 26Sep69; LP38735.

HALF-CHICK. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

HALFWAY BACK FROM HELL. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

HAM SHANK AND PICNIC SKINNING, TOWNSEND NO. 400. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21154.

HAMBURGERS. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21257.

HAND SAWS, CHISELS & FILES. See

SHOP SAFETY.

HANDLING GRIEVANCES. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

HANSEL AND GRETEL. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

HARASSING WIFE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

HARBOR. King Screen Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 4Mar71; MP21313.

HARD CASE OF THE BLUES. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

HARDWOOD FLOWERS AND FOUND OBJECTS. See

FLOWER FORMS.

HARP THAT ONCE. See

THE RECKONING.

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Moreland-Latchford Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Moreland-Latchford Productions, Ltd.; 13Apr71; MP21565.

HAVE GUN, CAN’T TRAVEL. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Al Coe, Les Kline; music, Clarence Wheeler; voice, Dal McKennon.

© Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Feb66; LP38893.

HAWAII CONVENTION. Min-On of America. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Guy McCloskey; director, Mike Elsey; narrator, Joe Landis.

© Min-On of America; 28Jan71; MU8271.

HAWAII FIVE-O. Leonard Freeman Productions. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

Along came Joey. Credits: Teleplay, Jerry Ludwig, Mel Goldberg; story, Jerry Ludwig. © 5Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38717.

And they painted daisies on his coffin. Credits: Writer, John D. F. Black. © 30Oct68; LP38726.

The box. Credits: Teleplay, John D. F. Black; story, Leonard Freeman, John D. F. Black. © 22Jan69 (in notice: 1968); LP38714.

Deathwatch. Credits: Writer, Shirl Hendryx. © 18Dec68; LP38727.

The face of the dragon. Credits: Writer, Robert C. Dennis. © 15Jan69 (in notice: 1968); LP38720.

Full fathom five. Credits: Writer, Ken Kolb. © 19Sep68; LP38728.

The grandstand play, pt. 1. Credits: Writer, Adrian Spies. © 24Feb71; LP38780.

The grandstand play, pt. 2. Credits: Teleplay, Adrian Spies, Eric Bercovici & Jerry Ludwig; story, Adrian Spies. © 3Mar71; LP38781.

No blue skies. Credits: Teleplay, Herman Groves, Mel Goldberg; story, Herman Groves. © 28Nov68; LP38723.

Not that much different. Credits: Writer, Mark Rodgers. © 28Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38719.

Once upon a time, pt. 1 © 12Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38715.

Once upon a time, pt. 2. © 19Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38716.

One for the money. Credits: Teleplay, Palmer Thompson; story, Robert Stambler. © 28Jan69 (in notice: 1968); LP38721.

Pray love remember, pray love remember. Credits: Story, Leonard Freeman; teleplay, John D. F. Black. © 24Dec68; LP38724.

Samurai. Credits: Story, Jerome Coopersmith; teleplay, Jerome Coopersmith, Mel Goldberg. © 10Oct68; LP38729.

Six kilos. © 5Mar69 (in notice: 1968); LP38778.

Twenty-four karat kill. Credits: Writer, David P. Harmon. © 7Nov68; LP38725.

Up tight. Credits: Teleplay, Mel Goldberg; story, David Harmon. © 8Jan69 (in notice: 1968); LP38718.

The ways of love. Credits: Writer, Laurence Heath. © 14Nov68; LP38722.

Yesterday died and tomorrow won’t be born. Credits: Writer, John D. F. Black. © 12Dec68; LP38730.

HAWK. See

GUNSMOKE.

HEAD AND NECK: THE DEEP FACE. Teaching Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 7May71; MU8328.

HEAD AND NECK: THE FRONT OF THE SKULL AND THE FACE. Teaching Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 7May71; MU8330.

HEAD AND NECK: VESSELS AND NERVES OF THE SUPERFICIAL FACE. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 7May71; MU8329.

HEALTH SCIENCE. See

REACTION TO STRESS.

HEART. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

HEAT. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

HEAT FOR BEGINNERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Clifford G. McCollum.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov70; MP21358.

HEAT FORMING SERIES. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Acrylics, no. 707) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21301.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

HELLO, AUNT HARRIET. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

HELLO–GOODBYE. Twentieth Century-Fox Productions. 107 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Productions, Ltd.; 12Jul70; LP38927.

HELP FOR MARK. Oregon Assn. for Retarded Children & Teaching Research, division of Oregon State System of Higher Education. Distributed by Appleton-Century-Crofts. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced with the cooperation of Haven School, Fairview Hospital Training Center & Mental Health Division of the State of Oregon. © Teaching Research; 3Aug70; MP21178.

HELPFUL WOMAN. See

DRAGNET 1970.

HEMORRHAGE. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

HENNY PENNY. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

HENRY DAVID THOREAU. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

HENRY’S SIMPLE MACHINE. King Screen Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 13Jan71; MP21176.

HERE COMES CRICKET; AN INTRODUCTION TO DODGE COLT (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 2 filmstrips (45 fr. each) on 1 roll, color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 7May71; JP13149.

HERMAN MELVILLE. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

HERO. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 114.

HIDDEN TREASURE. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21091.

HIDING PLACES. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

HIGH CARD. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

HIGH-SPEED PEELING OF CELLULOSE SAUSAGE CASINGS, RANGER APOLLO, IX-C. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21145.

HIGHWAY HECKLERS. Universal Pictures. 6 min., sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Sep68; LP38525.

A HIKE IN THE FOREST. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

THE HILLS RUN RED. Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica. [Germany] Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 94 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Producers, Ermanno Donati, Luigi Carpentieri; director, Lee W. Beaver; story & screenplay, Dean Craig.

Cast: Thomas Hunter, Henry Silva, Nando Gazzolo, Dan Duryea, Nicoletta Machiavelli.

© Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica, S.P.A.; 10Feb67 (in notice: 1966); LF75.

HIS MAJESTY, THE SCARECROW OF OZ. Sterling Educational Films, division of the Walter Reade Organization. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (The Movies–our modern art)

Credits: Writer & director, Frank L. Baum.

Appl. author: James L. Limbacher. Appl. states prev. pub. 1914. NM: additions & revisions.

© Spectra Pictures Corp.; 20May70; LP38508.

HIS WIFE’S HABIT. Joy-Oke Productions. Released by Howco International. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Adapted from a story by Joy N. Houck & J. J. Milane. © Joy-Oke Productions, Inc.; 15Jul70; LP38788.

HISTORY AS THE NEWS CAMERA SAW IT (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, b&w, 35 mm.

Contents: 611-1–611-4: 1950-1955. 46 fr.–1955-1960. 50 fr.–1960-1965. 47 fr.–1965-1970. 50 fr.

Credits: Author, Wm. F. Keefe; photos, United Press International.

NM: compilation.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Apr71; JP13213-13216.

HOLDS FOR UNCOLLECTED FUNDS (Filmstrip) Training Dept., Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. ti.: Loss prevention–placing holds. © Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.; 28Jan71; JP13123.

HOLIDAYS YOUR NEIGHBORS CELEBRATE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Frank J. Estvan.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21348.

HOLOCAUST. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

HOLOCAUST, PT. 2. See

LASSIE.

HOLY SMOKE. Billy Budd Films. 8 min., color & b&w, 16 mm. © Billy Budd Films, Inc.; 1Jan71; MP21139.

HOME TO CHEYENNE. Sunday River Productions. 11 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 17Sep70; MP21199.

HOME TO METHUSELAH. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

HOMICIDE–CIGARETTE BUTT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

HOMICIDE–THE STUDENT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

HOMICIDE–WHO KILLED WHO. See

DRAGNET 1970.

HONDO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Presented in association with Batjac Productions & Fenady Associates. © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

Hondo and the Apache Kid. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Frank L. Moss. © 13Oct67; LP38983.

Hondo and the comancheros. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Frank Paris. © 10Nov67; LP38987.

Hondo and the death drive. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Peter B. Germano. © 1Dec67; LP38990.

Hondo and the eagle claw. Credits: Producer & writer, Andrew J. Fenady. © 8Sep67; LP38978.

Hondo and the ghost of Ed Dow. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writers, George F. Slavin & Stanley Adams. © 24Nov67; LP38989.

Hondo and the hanging town. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writers, Stanley Adams & George Slavin. © 8Dec67; LP38991.

Hondo and the Judas. Credits: Producer & story, Andrew J. Fenady; teleplay, Frank Chase. © 3Nov67; LP38986.

Hondo and the mad dog. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Nathaniel Tanchuck. © 27Oct67; LP38985.

Hondo and the savage. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Frank Chase. © 6Oct67; LP38982.

Hondo and the singing wire. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, George Schenck. © 22Sep67; LP38980.

Hondo and the sudden town. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Palmer Thompson. © 11Nov67; LP38988.

Hondo and the superstition massacre. Credits: Producer & writer, Andrew J. Fenady. © 29Sep67; LP38981.

Hondo and the war cry. Credits: Producer & writer, Andrew J. Fenady. © 15Sep67; LP38979.

Hondo and the war hawks. Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Fenady; writer, Donn Mullally. © 20Oct67; LP38984.

HOOK, LINE AND STINKER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Mar68; LP38541.

HOP BUYING. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

HOP LOADING. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

HOPE AND DESPAIR. See

MOODS FROM NATURE: HOPE AND DESPAIR.

HORIZONS OF HOPE. National Broadcasting Co. 57 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with National Council of Churches.

Credits: Producer, Doris Ann; director & photographer, Joseph Vadala; narrator, Norman Rose; writer, Philip Scharper; editor, John F. Teeple.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 1Feb71; MP21541.

HORSE CLAM. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21321.

HORSE RACE. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

HORSES. FilmFair Communications & Trend Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 10Mar71; MP21454.

HOSTAGE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 43.

HOT DOG. Lee Mendelson-Frank Buxton Joint Film Productions. Approx. 28 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Lee Mendelson-Frank Buxton Joint Film Productions.

Series no.

7. Toothbrushes. © 24Oct70; MP21217.

8. Skis. © 7Nov70; MP21215.

9. Baseball bats. © 14Nov70; MP21216.

10. Cardboard boxes. © 21Nov70; MP21214.

12. Plywood. © 12Dec70; MP21218.

13. Frog jump. © 17Oct70; MP21219.

HOT TIME ON ICE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director: Paul J. Smith; story, Sid Marcus; animators, Al Coe, Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Mar67; LP38894.

HOUSE OF CARDS. Westward Productions. Released by Universal Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. From the novel by Stanley Ellin.

Credits: Producer, Dick Berg; director, John Guillermin; screenplay, James P. Bonner; music, Francis Lai; director of photography, Piero Portalupi; film editor, J. Terry Williams.

Cast: George Peppard, Inger Stevens, Orson Welles, Keith Michell, Ralph Michael.

© Westward Productions; 9Nov68; LP38907.

THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD. Amicus Productions. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, Max J. Rosenberg & Milton Subotsky; director, Peter Duffell; screenplay, Robert Block; director of photography, Ray Parslow; editor, Peter Tanner.

Cast: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Nyree Dawn Porter, Denholm Elliott, Jon Pertwee.

© Cinerama, Inc.; 10Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP39019.

THE HOUSE THAT MARK BUILT. Rophel Associates. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © David Gerstein, Philip Mikan & Paul E. Smith d.b.a. Rophel Associates; 16Apr71; MP21593.

HOUSEKEEPING SERIES. See

DAILY CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION UNIT.

DISCHARGE CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION ROOM.

DISINFECTING BY SPRAYING AND FOGGING TECHNIQUES.

ISOLATION LINEN AND WASTE DISPOSAL.

PROCEDURES FOR ENTERING AND LEAVING THE ISOLATION UNIT.

HOUSING. See

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

HOUSING CRISIS. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

HOW A BOOK IS MADE (Filmstrip) Media Plus. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Pt. 1-3: Editorial art & production. 66 fr.–Printing. 52 fr.–Binding. 47 fr.

Credits: Commentary & pictures, Ann Grifalconi.

Appl. states book & bookmarks prev. pub.

© Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; A212134.

HOW ANIMALS MOVE. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

HOW BIRDS FIND FOOD. See

THE PLACE OF BIRDS IN NATURE.

HOW BIRDS RAISE THEIR YOUNG. See

THE PLACE OF BIRDS IN NATURE.

HOW FLOWERS TRANSFER POLLEN (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: 446-1–446-5: Flowers and their pollination. 40 fr.–Insect pollination, pt. 1. 42 fr.–Insect pollination, pt. 2. 38 fr.–Wind pollination. 39 fr.–Flower tricks and designs. 40 fr.

Credits: Author-photographer, Ross E. Hutchins.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 21Dec70; JP12823-JP12827.

HOW IS IT THAT AN ENGLISHMAN SPEAKS ENGLISH. See

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

HOW LEVERS HELP US. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Clarence R. Trexler.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov70; MP21360.

HOW LIVING THINGS CHANGE. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

HOW RAMPS HELP US. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Clarence R. Trexler.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov70; MP21359.

HOW THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON GOT HIS NAME (SHARING) See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

HOW THEY GROW. See

TREES.

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS (Filmstrip) Title Insurance & Trust Co. Made by Rocket Pictures. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Creating a salable listing. 102 fr.–What will you do for me? 104 fr.–Keeping them happy. 100 fr.–Make it worthwhile. 105 fr.–What’s the difference? 97 fr.–Your prospects for success. 96 fr.

© Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 7Jul69; JP13038.

HOW TO FRAME A FIGG. Universal Pictures. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, Alan Rafkin; screenplay, George Tibbles; music, Vic Mizzy; director of photography, William Margulies; film editor, Sam E. Waxman.

Cast: Don Knotts, Elaine Joyce, Joe Flynn, Edward Andrews, Yvonne Craig.

© Universal Pictures; 10Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP39188.

HOW TO HIDE AN ELEPHANT. See

THE GRASSHOPPER MAN STORIES.

HOW TO IMPROVE INDIVIDUAL MANAGER PERFORMANCE. See

CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT.

MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS.

ORGANIZATION.

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL.

STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE.

HOW TO READ NEWSPAPERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. 2d ed. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21044.

HOW TO STITCH. See

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE.

HOW TO SUCCEED IN THE STOCK MARKET WITHOUT REALLY TRYING. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

HOW TO TAKE NOTES. See

STUDY WITH NO SWEAT.

HOW TO THREAD. See

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE.

HOW TO USE A DISTRIBUTOR MACHINE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, M50-A)

Credits: Writer, John Schuster.

Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec70; JP13014.

HOW TO USE DIAL-TYPE BALANCES. Ohaus Scale Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ohaus Scale Corp.; 22Jan71; MU8267.

HOW TO USE THE CENT-O-GRAM BALANCE. Ohaus Scale Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ohaus Scale Corp.; 22Jan71; MU8269.

HOW TO USE THE HARVARD TRIP BALANCE. Ohaus Scale Corp. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ohaus Scale Corp.; 22Jan71; MU8268.

HOW WE IDENTIFY THEM. See

DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS.

HOW WEDGES HELP US. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Clarence R. Trexler.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Dec70; MP21356.

HULA DOLL AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT (Filmstrip) Silver Burdett Co. 9 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Map filmstrip program) With Map-filmstrip correlation guide, 8 p.

Contents: Background of Western civilization. 34 fr.–Western civilization, pt. 1. 31 fr.–Western civilization, pt. 2. 41 fr.–Eastern Europe. 25 fr.–Expanding Western civilization. 28 fr.–The Islamic world. 25 fr.–Africa south of the Sahara. 32 fr.–India and Southeast Asia. 37 fr.–East Asia. 23 fr.

Appls. state prev. reg. 12Jan70, A123018. NM: additions.

© General Learning Corp.; 31Dec70; JP13180-13188.

HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT, 10. See

THE WORLD SINCE 1939.

HUMANITIES. See

SPIRIT OF THE RENAISSANCE.

HUSBANDS. Faces Music. Released by Columbia Pictures. 141 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Al Ruban; associate producer, Sam Shaw; director & writer, John Cassavetes; music directors, Stanley Wilson, Jack Ackerman; director of photography, Victor Kemper; camera operators, Rich Mingalone, Mike Chapman, Jeff Glover; supervising editor, Peter Tanner.

Cast: Ben Gazzara, Peter Falk, John Cassavetes, Jenny Runacre, Jenny Lee Wright.

© Faces Music, Inc.; 1Dec70; LP38732.

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

I
I.A.D.–THE RECEIPT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

I AM ALSO A YOU. Wonderful Films/Bruce Kerner. Released by United Artists Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book by Jay Thompson. © Wonderful Films/Bruce Kerner; 4Nov70; LP39175.

I AM FREEDOM’S CHILD. FilmFair Communications. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Trend film. Based on the book by Bill Martin, Jr. © FilmFair, Inc.; 10Mar71; MP21457.

I AM THINKING OF MY DARLING. See

WHAT’S SO BAD ABOUT FEELING GOOD?

I BELIEVE. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

I LOVE MY WIFE. Universal Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Elliott Gould, Brenda Vaccaro, Leonard Stone, Andy Stuart, Joanna Cameron.

© Universal Pictures; 21Dec70; LP38969.

I REACH TO THE MORNING. See

REACH OUT.

I THINK. Wombat Productions. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wombat Productions, Inc.; 31Jan71; MP21344.

I.V. THERAPY. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

IDENTIFICATION OF FRESH WATER ORGANISMS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21333.

IDENTIFICATION OF MARINE ORGANISMS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21481.

IDENTIFY, PREDICT, DECIDE, EXECUTE. Aetna Life & Casualty. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Drivavizion. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 30Apr71; MP21609.

I’LL BUY THAT. American Cancer Society. Made by Mazin-Wyckoff Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 21Aug70; LP38881.

I’M TAKIN’ THE TIME. Marathon International Productions. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marathon International Productions, Inc.; 30Dec70; MP21305.

IMPERSONATION. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 54.

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEREDITY AND EUGENICS IN FAMILY LIFE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey, lesson 6) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13102.

IMPRESSIONISTIC ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

IMPRESSIONS. FilmFair Communications. Made by Trend Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 25May71; MP21532.

IN A CLOCK STORE. Christopher Leggo. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Jaxon-Bauer; 21Dec70; MP21602.

IN THE BLUE RIDGE. Sunday River Productions. 34 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions; 25Nov70; MP21100.

IN THE SOUP. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

INDIA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

INDIAN HERITAGE: THE TREASURE. King Screen Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 13Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21175.

INDIANS. See

COLORADO: THE INDIANS.

INDIRECT PRINTING. Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21375.

INDUCTION AND JOB INSTRUCTION. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

INDUCTION AND TRANSFORMERS. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

INDUSTRIAL NATION AT WORK, PT. 1-3. See

JAPAN.

INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE. See

SEEING EASTERN EUROPE.

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.

INDUSTRY WEEK FILM REPORT. See

THE MANAGER: HEARTBEAT OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY.

THE INHERITANCE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

INHERITING YOUR PHYSICAL TRAITS. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Sep70; MP21048.

INNER-CITY SIMULATION LABORATORY (Filmstrip) Science Research Associates. Made by Cinemedia. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Orientation to Edison School. 59 fr.–Orientation to the urban public schools. 64 fr.

Credits: By Donald R. Cruickshank.

© Science Research Associates, Inc.; 1Aug69; A230554.

INNOCENT. See

GUNSMOKE.

INSECT POLLINATION. See

HOW FLOWERS TRANSFER POLLEN.

INSIDE O.U.T. Screen Gems. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (NBC world premiere movie) A Humble Productions, Inc. picture.

Credits: Producers & writers, Lawrence C. Cohen & Fred Freeman; director, Reza Badiyi.

Cast: Bill Daily, Alan Oppenheimer, Farrah Fawcett, Mike Henry.

© Screen Gems, division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 22Mar71; LP38930.

INTERNAL AFFAIRS–PAROLEE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

INTERNAL CARVING. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Acrylics, no. 709) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21303.

INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS. King Screen Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. ti.: International systems of units. © King Broadcasting Co.; 2Dec70; MP21493.

INTERPRETING COMPANY POLICIES. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

INTOLERANCE. See

FALL OF BABYLON.

INTRODUCING (Filmstrip) Allyn Distributing Co. 91 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Robert Peters. © Allyn Distributing Co.; 15Oct70; JP12832.

INTRODUCTION. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS (Filmstrip) John Wiley & Sons. Made by Visual Science Productions. 12 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 12 Film guides, 1 sheet each.

Contents: Cellular respiration: aspects of energy release. 44 fr.–Modes and examples of asexual reproduction. 43 fr.–World biomes. 50 fr.–A survey of variations in the sexual process. 44 fr.–Aspects of cell ultrastructure. 46 fr.–Chemical regulation and hormones. 46 fr.–Drosophila genetics. 48 fr.–Biochemistry of DNA. 46 fr.–Freshwater biology: organisms and habitats. 48 fr.–Nerves and nervous systems. 49 fr.–The light and dark reactions of photosynthesis. 44 fr.–Marine biology: coral atoll origin and development. 44 fr.

Credits: Director, Richard A. Boolootian; illustrator, Margaret Schmidt.

Appl. ti.: Boolootian: biology filmstrips.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 1Jul70 (in notices: 1969); JP13029.

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 4 v.

Contents: A613-1–613-4: Typewriters. 65 fr.–Dictating and transcribing machines. 57 fr.–Adding and calculating machines. 64 fr.–Duplicating and copying machines. 72 fr.

Credits: Producer, Marc F. Ellis; consultant, John L. Adams.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 11Feb71; A226003.

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN (Filmstrip) Educational Filmstrips. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. (Developmental design series, pt. 1) With Teacher’s guide, 1 v.

Credits: Script & editing, William J. Breitenbach; art, James L. Humphries.

© Educational Filmstrips; 1Dec70; JP13106.

INTRODUCTION TO DODGE COLT. See

HERE COMES CRICKET; AN INTRODUCTION TO DODGE COLT.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual. Contents: An upland forest. 39 fr.–A lowland forest. 36 fr.–A marsh. Appl. ti.: Marshes. 39 fr.–A grassland. Appl. ti.: Grasslands. 37 fr.–A stream. Appl. ti.: Streams and ponds. 33 fr.–A seashore. Appl. ti.: Tidal zone. 38 fr. © Educational Direction, Inc.; 17Sep70; JP12805-12810.

INTRODUCTION TO MUSEUMS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. Planned & written by C. Rohr. © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 15Dec69; JP12819.

INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 1Apr69; A244038.

INTRODUCTION TO THE CATHODE-RAY OSCILLOSCOPE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 5Nov70; MP21029.

INVESTIGATING THE ATMOSPHERE. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

IRONSIDE. Harbour-UTV. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Harbour-UTV.

Beware the wiles of the stranger. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; director, Don Weis; script, Robert Earl. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Tina Louise. © 19Jan70; LP39177.

Dora. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, John Florea; writer, Frank Chase. Cast: Raymond Burr, Don Mitchell, Don Galloway, Barbara Anderson, Ann Doran. © 5Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP39186.

Eden is the place we leave. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Daniel Petrie; writer, John Kneubuhl. Cast: Raymond Burr, Don Mitchell, Don Galloway, Barbara Anderson, Patrick Adiarte. © 26Jan70; LP39178.

Good will tour. Credits: Director, Robert Day; writers, Norman Katkov, Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Bradford Dillman. © 23Mar70; LP39184.

One hour to kill. Credits: Director, Dick Benedict; writer, Sandy Stern. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Robert Lipton. © 23Feb70; LP39182.

Ransom. Credits: Director, Abner Biberman; writer, Arthur Weingarten. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. Carla Borelli. © 16Feb70; LP39181.

Return to Fiji. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Don Weis; writer, Sy Salkowitz. Cast: Raymond Burr, Don Mitchell, Don Galloway, Barbara Anderson, Ann Collings. © 9Feb70; LP39180.

Tom Dayton is loose among us. Credits: Director, Don McDougall; writers, Francine Carroll, Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Bill Bixby. © 6Apr70; LP39185.

Warrior’s return. Credits: Director, Don Weis; by Irv Pearlberg. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Ned Romero. © 2Mar70; LP39183.

The wrong time, the wrong place. Credits: Producer, Albert Aley; director, John Florea; writers, Norman Borisoff, Sy Salkowitz & Albert Aley. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Tiffany Bowling. © 2Feb70; LP39179.

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? Screen Gems. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (NBC world premiere movie) A Thornhill Productions, Inc. picture.

Credits: Director, E. W. Swackhamer; writer, Bernard Slade.

Cast: William Windom, Rosemary Forsyth, Margaret Hamilton.

© Screen Gems, division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 22Mar71; LP38929.

ISADORA. Universal Pictures. 136 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on My life, by Isadora Duncan & Isadora Duncan, an intimate portrait, by Sewell Stokes.

Credits: Producers, Robert & Raymond Hakim; director, Karel Reisz; screenplay by Melvyn Bragg, Clive Exton; film music, Maurice Jarre; dance music composed, arranged & conducted by Anthony Bowles; director of photography, Larry Pizer; editor, Tom Priestley.

Cast: Vanessa Redgrave, James Fox, Ivan Tchenko, John Fraser, Jason Robards.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 27Sep68; LP38910.

ISADORA DUNCAN, AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT. See

ISADORA.

THE ISLAMIC WORLD. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

ISLAND HOPPIN’. Foster Films. Released by Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Harry Foster; writer, Sid Theil.

© Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Jan67; LP38806.

ISLAND OF GOLD AND PRECIOUS STONES. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ISOLATION LINEN AND WASTE DISPOSAL. Comprenetics. 11 min., sd., color, 8 mm. (Housekeeping series) Loop film. © Comprenetics, Inc.; 13Oct70; MP21463.

ISOTOPE FEENEY’S FOOLISH FOG. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

ISRAEL, 3000 YEARS OF HISTORY. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

ITALIAN MANNERISTS (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 16 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jul67; JP12945.

THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE, 15TH AND 16TH CENTURIES. See

WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND.

IT’S A BIRD. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

IT’S BABY TIME. Welcome Wagon International. Made by Vision Associates. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Mel London. © Welcome Wagon International; 1Oct70; MP21102.

IT’S EASY IF YOU KNOW HOW. Producers Associates. Distributed by Walt Disney Educational Materials Co. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Trend release. Appl. author: Jack Spear. © Jack Spear, Producers Associates; 21Oct70; LP38661.

J
THE J FOR JUDAS AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

JACK JOHNSON. Big Fights. 90 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: William D. Cayton. © Big Fights, Inc.; 4Jun70; MP21233.

JACK’S RETURN HOME, See

GET CARTER.

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Jackson Brewing Co. Approx. 60 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm.

© Jackson Brewing Co.

Boxing. JBBJ0461. © 8Feb71; MP21570.

Checkpoint. JBCF2061. © 20Apr71; MP21572.

80 years. © 8Feb71; MP21287.

Hop buying. JBHF1961. © 20Apr71; MP21574.

Hop loading. JPLF2161. © 20Apr71; MP21571.

Horse race. © 8Feb71; MP21284.

Oil. © 8Feb71; MP21285.

Rathskeller. JBRF1861. © 5Apr71; MP21573.

Rough riders. © 8Feb71; MP21286.

JACKSON DEFEATS THE BANK. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

JAKE MACGRAW. See

GUNSMOKE.

JAPAN (Filmstrip) Academy Films. 12 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: The urban life of its people, pt. 1-3: 42 fr.–40 fr.–41 fr.–The rural life of its people, pt. 1-3: 44 fr.–43 fr.–42 fr.–Japan’s varied geography and land uses, pt. 1-3: 42 fr.–42 fr.–55 fr.–An industrial nation at work, pt. 1-3: 50 fr.–47 fr.–42 fr.

Credits: Photographer, Ralph Larsen.

Appl. ti.: Japan series, the land and its people.

© Academy Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; JP12845.

JEAN BAPTISTE COROT (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12951.

JEAN PIAGET: MEMORY AND INTELLIGENCE. Davidson Films. 45 min., sd., color, 16 mm. French, with English subtitles. © Davidson Films; 12May71; MP21598.

JEFFERSON BUYS LOUISIANA. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

JENNY WILDE IS DROWNING. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

JERKY TURKEY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

Appl. ti.: Jerkey Turkey.

© Universal Pictures; 1Apr67; LP38538.

JERRY’S FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

JERUSALEM, CENTER OF MANY WORLDS. Atlantis Productions. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, J. Michael Hagopian.

© Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 2Jan69 (in notice: 1968); MP21544.

JESSAMYN WEST–MY HAND, MY PEN. Davidson Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21374.

JIMMY AND THE CIRCUS. See

THE GRASSHOPPER MAN STORIES.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES NOW. Group 1 (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 6 v.

Contents: A612-1–612-6: Requirements in the world of jobs. 74 fr.–Achieving success in the world of jobs. 51 fr.–Job opportunities in a restaurant. 64 fr.–Job opportunities in a hospital. 67 fr.–Job opportunities in a department store. 64 fr.–Job opportunities in a supermarket. 60 fr.

Credits: Collaborator, Lester A. Spielman.

Appl. author: Woodbury Conkling.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 6Oct70; A236144.

JOBS FOR THE WOW GENERATION. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

JOBS IN THE CITY: DISTRIBUTION. Centron Educational Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Mar71; MP21469.

JOCKEY/MILEAGE TEST. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

JOCKO GOES TO THE HOSPITAL. Pace Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Mrs. R. A. Krause. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 8Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21312.

JODY AFFAIR. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

JOE COCKER: MAD DOGS & ENGLISHMEN. A & M Films. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 118 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Creative Film Associates.

Credits: Producers, Pierre Adidge, Harry Marks & Robert Abel; director, Pierre Adidge; co-director & film editor, Sidney Levin; music mixer, Glyn Johns; photographer, David Myers.

Cast: Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, Chris Stainton, Jim Price, Bobby Keys.

© A&M Films; 19Mar71; LP39151.

JOHN CLAIBORNE, BUTCHER. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

JOHN HENRY. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

JOHNNY APPLESEED. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

JONATHAN LANIER, STUDENT. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

JOURNEY TO A STAR: A SCIENCE FANTASY. Coronet Instructional Films. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21050.

JOURNEY TO SCATHELOCK. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

JOURNEY TO SHILOH. Universal Pictures. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Based on the novel by Will Henry.

Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, William Hale; screenplay by Gene Coon; music, David Gates; director of photography, Enzo A. Martinelli; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

Cast: James Caan, Michael Sarrazin, Brenda Scott, Don Stroud, Noah Beery.

© Universal Pictures; 6Jul67; LP38820.

JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN. Universal Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the story by Gerry & Sylvia Anderson.

Credits: Producers, Gerry & Sylvia Anderson; director, Robert Parrish; screenplay, Donald James, Gerry & Sylvia Anderson; photography, John Read; film editor, Len Walter.

Cast: Ian Hendry, Roy Thinnes, Patrick Wymark, Lynn Loring, Loni Von Friedl.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 1Nov69; LP39049.

JOURNEY TO THE HIGH ARCTIC. National Geographic Society & Metromedia Producers Corp. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Bud Wiser; music composer & conductor, Walter Scharf; director of photography, Jeri Sopanen; editors, Paul Schremp & Hyman Kaufman.

© National Geographic Society; 6Apr71; MP21500.

JUDAISM CONFRONTS HELLENISM. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

JUDAS GUN. See

GUNSMOKE.

JUMP WITH MR. JUMP AND DANCE. William Stanton, Edward Roll & Herbert Michaels. 50 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) (With Tri-dimensional living mirror) © William Stanton, Edward Roll & Herbert Michaels; 15Apr71; LU3609.

JUVENILE GENIUS. See

DRAGNET 1970.

JUVENILE–THE LITTLE PUSHER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

K
K-12 (Filmstrip) Allstate Insurance Co. 76 fr., color, 35 mm. With kit. © Allstate Insurance Co.; 15Sep70; JP13044.

KALEIDOSCOPIC TEXTILE DESIGNS. Paul E. Stephens. 18 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Paul E. Stephens; 19Apr71; MP21601.

KEEP A GOOD THING GOING (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 26Feb71; JP13024.

KEEPING THEM HAPPY. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

KENMORE FABRIC MASTER WITH SOFT HEAT WRINKLE GUARD (Filmstrip) Sears, Roebuck & Co. Made by Jam Handy Productions. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 28Sep70; JU12609.

KENNEDY CONFRONTS THE SOVIET UNION. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

KES. Woodfall Films [England] Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 109 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Kestrel Films production. From the book A kestrel for a knave, by Barry Hines.

Credits: Producer, Tony Garnett; director, Kenneth Loach; music composer & conductor, John Cameron; photographer, Chris Menges; editor, Roy Watts.

Cast: David Bradley, Colin Welland, Lynne Perrie, Freddie Fletcher, Brian Glover.

© Woodfall Films, Ltd.; 25Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LF77.

KESTREL FOR A KNAVE. See

KES.

KETALAR ANESTHESIA IN OBSTETRICS. Parke, Davis & Co. Made by Impact Production Associates, 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Parke, Davis & Co.; 5Feb71; MU8270.

THE KEY TO SUCCESS (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Service, Boy Scouts of America. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 8Jan71; JP12846.

KHANDUR UPRISING. See

MAYA.

KIBBUTZ–VENTURE IN UTOPIA. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

KINDERGARTEN: TWIGS FROM A CITY TREE. Coronet Instructional Films. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 18Nov70; MP21354.

KINDNESS TO ANIMALS. See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

KINDS OF MINERALS. See

DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS.

KINDS OF ROCKS. See

DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS.

KING OF DENMARK. See.

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

KING OF UVALDE ROAD. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

A KING’S RANSOM. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

KIOWA. See

GUNSMOKE.

KNEADING AND CUTTING DOUGH. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21247.

KNOWLEDGE. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

KON-ICHIKAWA. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIAL]

L
L.A. 53. Gilbert Altschul Productions. Released by Journal Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Gilbert Altschul Productions, Inc.; 29Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21596.

A LAD IN BAGDAD. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Aug68; LP38547.

LADY DOCTOR. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN. Lira Films & Columbia Films. Released by Columbia Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the novel by Sebastien Japrisot.

Credits: Producers, Raymond Dannon & Anatole Litvak; director, Anatole Litvak; screenplay, Richard Harris & Eleanor Perry; music composer & conductor, Michel Legrand; director of photography, Claude Renoir; editor, Peter Thornton.

Cast: Samantha Eggar, Oliver Reed, John McEnery, Stephane Audran, Billy Dixon.

© Columbia Films, S.A. & Lira Films, S.A.; 1Dec70; LP39042.

LADY ON THE ROCKS. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

LADYBIRD BEETLE: LIFE CYCLE. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21339.

LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 7.

LAMINATION USING MATCHED MOLDS. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Fiber glass, no. 716) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21296.

LAND AND CLIMATE. See

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.

THE LAND OF ISRAEL (Filmstrip) Pathescope Educational Films, 18 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 3 kits.

Contents: Set 1-3; Lesson 1-18: The dawn of history and the beginnings of Israel. 57 fr.–From the settlement of Canaan (1250-1200 B.C.) to the capture of Jerusalem by the crusaders (A.D. 1099) 52 fr.–From the crusaders (A.D. 1099) until the end of Turkish rule (1917) 52 fr.–From the end of World War I to the present time. 63 fr.–Geography. 49 fr.– The economy and government of Israel. 57 fr.–Archaeology I. 48 fr.–Archaeology II. 47 fr.–The people of Israel. 55 fr.–Religions and culture of Israel. 59 fr.–Education in Israel. 48 fr.–Kibbutz–venture in Utopia. 52 fr.–The settlement of Israel (13th to 11th centuries B.C.) 44 fr.–The rise and fall of sovereign Israel (1000 to 586 B.C.) 51 fr.–Judaism confronts Hellenism. 48 fr.–Rome and Jerusalem. 57 fr.–From Bar Kochba’s defeat (A.D. 135) to the Turkish conquest (1517) 49 fr.–Israel, 3000 years of history. 57 fr.

Credits; Script, Shlomo Tadmor.

© Pathescope Educational Films, Inc.; 4Feb71 (in notice: 1970); A220735.

LAND OF THE GIANTS. Giants Co. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Kent Productions & Twentieth Century-Fox Television. © Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. & Kent Productions, Inc.

The crash. Based on original story by Irwin Allen. Credits: Producer, Irwin Allen; teleplay, Anthony Wilson. © 23Jan68; LP39028.

Framed. Credits: By Mann Rubin. © 7Jun68; LP39029.

Ghost town. Credits: Teleplay, Gil Ralston & William Welch; story, Anthony Wilson. © 15Jul68; LP39030.

LANDSCAPE. See

WATERCOLOR.

LANGUAGE AND ITS MYSTERIES. See

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH (Filmstrip) Centron Educational Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Language and its mysteries. 72 fr.–Languages are born, sometimes they die. 59 fr.–How is it that an Englishman speaks English? 78 fr.–What age has done to English. 69 fr.–The American language; or, When the King’s English came to America. 67 fr. © Centron Corp. Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13060.

LANGUAGES ARE BORN, SOMETIMES THEY DIE. See

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

LASERS: AN INTRODUCTION. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21047.

LASSIE. Wrather Corp. Approx. 25 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. © Wrather Corp.

The blessing. © 21Dec69; LP38863.

A chance to live. © 26Jan69; LP38855.

The chase. © 14Dec69; LP38861.

Chuka. Appl. ti.: Chucka. © 8Mar70; LP38846.

The cliff. © 8Feb70; LP38845.

Day of the wolf. © 10Nov68; LP38834.

The deadly game. © 5Jan69; LP38850.

Eagle’s dynasty. © 3Nov68; LP38833.

Father and son. © 2Nov69; LP38864.

Glacier Canyon. © 17Nov68; LP38835.

The holocaust, pt. 2. © 20Oct68; LP38837.

Lassie and the flying squirrels. © 6Apr69; LP38860.

Lassie and the water bottle. © 26Oct69; LP38866.

A last chance. © 28Sep69; LP38867.

The last frontier. © 27Oct68; LP38832.

The moonshiners. © 13Apr69; LP38853.

More than meets the eye. © 30Nov69; LP38869.

A new horizon. © 8Dec68; LP38838.

Night of the ghost. © 23Mar69; LP38858.

No greater love. © 23Nov69; LP38871.

No margin for error. © 19Oct69 (in notice: 1970); LP38830.

Out of the frying pan. © 15Dec68; LP38836.

Patsy. © 12Oct69; LP38868.

Price of wisdom. © 16Mar69; LP38857.

The return home. © 2Feb69 (in notice: 1968); LP38831.

The road back, pt. 1. © 4Jan70; LP38840.

The road back, pt. 2. © 11Jan70; LP38841.

The road back, pt. 3. © 18Jan70; LP38842.

The road back, pt. 4. © 25Jan70; LP38843.

The sky is falling. © 16Nov69; LP38870.

The stalker. © 9Mar69; LP38856.

Superstition Canyon. © 28Dec69; LP38865.

Survival. © 2Nov69; LP38862.

The tempest, pt. 1. © 9Feb69; LP38848.

The tempest, pt. 2. © 16Feb69; LP38849.

Time of crisis. © 30Mar69; LP38859.

To catch a crow. © 23Feb69; LP38854.

Walden. © 2Mar68 (in notice: 1969); LP38829.

Warm heart, cold nose. © 8Mar70; LP38844.

What price valor, pt. 1. © 12Jan69; LP38851.

What price valor, pt. 2. © 19Jan69; LP38852.

Whitewater fury. © 1Mar70; LP38839.

Winged rescue. © 1Feb70; LP38847.

LASSIE AND THE FLYING SQUIRRELS. See

LASSIE.

LASSIE AND THE WATER BOTTLE. See

LASSIE.

LAST CHANCE. See

LASSIE.

LAST FRONTIER. See

LASSIE.

LAST TRAIN OVER CUMBRES, DECEMBER 1968. Sunday River Productions. 25 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 25Sep70; MP21141.

LAURIE MARIE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE LAWYERS. Universal-Public Arts Productions. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal-Public Arts Productions.

Point of honor. Cast: Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, Roger Davis, Veronica Cartwright, Maria Grimm. © 20Jan70; LP38530.

The shattered image. Cast: Burl Ives, James Farentino, Will Geer, Tod Andrews, Karen Houston. © 10Feb70; LP38531.

LAYOUT AND MEASUREMENT. See

METALWORKING.

LEARNING ABOUT ART IN MUSEUMS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

LEARNING ABOUT [ENGLISH] See

MACMILLAN ENGLISH FILMSTRIPS.

LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME: THE ACADEMIC CLUB METHOD. Kingsbury Center. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Sally L. Smith & Kingsbury Center, Inc.; 23Apr71; MP21497.

LEARNING GEOGRAPHY IN MUSEUMS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

LEARNING HISTORY IN MUSEUMS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

LEARNING SCIENCE IN MUSEUMS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

LEARNING TO GUIDE FABRIC. See

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE.

LEARNING TO LEARN SERIES. See

CLOTHING: CLOTHES ARE FRIENDS, TREAT THEM WELL.

DENTAL CARE: TEETH ARE FRIENDS, TREAT THEM WELL.

LEARNING TO TRANSCRIBE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 24 fr., color, 35 mm. (Machine transcription, lesson 2) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13083.

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 4 v.

Contents: A622-1–622-4: Basic parts and their functions. 52 fr.–Learning to guide fabric. 62 fr.–How to thread. 70 fr.–How to stitch. 69 fr.

Credits: Author, Jessie Hutton.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 31Jan71 (in notices: on filmstrips: 1970, on guides: 1971); A236555.

LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

THE LEGEND OF THE MAGIC KNIVES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 21Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21278.

LEGS: A SYSTEM OF INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION FOR NURSING EDUCATION. John Wiley & Sons. Made by Alderman Studios. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Authors, Anne Roe & Mary Sherwood.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 30Oct70; MP21443.

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Lehn & Fink Products, division of Sterling Drug. Approx. 10 sec. each, sd., color. © Lehn & Fink Products, division of Sterling Drug, Inc.

Bed. © 12Mar71; MU83OO.

Cooking. © 12Mar71; MU8299.

Hiding places. © 12Mar71; MU8302.

I believe. 30 sec. © 23Apr71; MU8323.

Locked-in smells. © 12Mar71; MU8303.

Odor collectors. 30 sec. © 23Apr71; MU8322.

Ten-shun. © 12Mar71; MU8301.

LEMANS AND FIREBIRD, THE ECONOMICAL WAY UP TO SPORTINESS (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 18Feb71; JU12809.

LEMON PIE FILLING. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21237.

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films, 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Filmstrip guide.

Contents: Downtown, 51 fr.–An office building. 50 fr.–A manufacturing area. 46 fr.–A warehouse area. 49 fr.–The waterfront. 52 fr.–A shopping center. 45 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Ralph C. Preston; photographer, Burton L. Rudman.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Mar71; JP13210.

THE LIBRARY CARD CATALOG SYSTEM (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. (English)

Credits: Planned & written by Blair Ceniceros.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Mar71; JP13079.

LIBRARY: INDEXES (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 27 fr., color, 35 mm. (English)

Credits: Planner & writer, Jerry La Mattery.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District; 15Feb70; JP12904.

LIBRARY: INTRODUCTION (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 30 fr., color, 35 mm. (English)

Credits: Planner & writer, Jerry La Mattery.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District; 15Feb70; JP12903.

LIFE IN A POND. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Rev. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 13Apr50, MP306. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Sep70; MP21179.

LIGHT AND DARK REACTIONS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

LIGHT AND HEAT FROM ELECTRICITY. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

LIGHT AND LASERS. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

LIGHT DUTY. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 74.

LINCOLN EMANCIPATES THE SLAVES. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

LIQUID FLOW ON FRACTIONATION TRAYS. Fractionation Research. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Filmline Productions. © Fractionation Research, Inc.; 3Mar71; MP21616.

LIQUID SAMPLING. See

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY.

THE LITTLE BLUEBIRD’S VALLEY. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21349.

THE LITTLE DOG’S ADVENTURES (A STORY TO FINISH) Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 4Jan71; MP21353.

LITTLE MURDERS. Brodsky/Gould Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 108 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the play.

Credits: Producer, Jack Brodsky; director, Alan Arkin; writer, Jules Feiffer; music, Fred Kaz; director of photography, Gordon Willis; film editor, Howard Kuperman.

Cast: Elliott Gould, Marcia Rodd, Donald Sutherland, Lou Jacobi, Alan Arkin.

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. & Brodsky-Gould Productions; 9Feb71; LP39046.

LITTLE PREGNANCY GOES A LONG WAY. See

THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW.

THE LITTLE PUSHER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

LITTLE RED HEN. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

LITTLE SKEETER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Apr69; LP38543.

LITTLE THINGS, LITTLE THINGS (Filmstrip) Marketing Dept., Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn. 90 fr., color, 35 mm. Produced in cooperation with Training Dept., Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.

Credits: Created, Lizardi & Witte, Inc.

© Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.; 20Sep70; JP12955.

THE LIVERWORTS (Filmstrip) Carolina Biological Supply Co. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Carolina Biological Supply Co.; 5Apr71; JP13026.

LIVING IN WATER. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

LIVING ON LAND. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

LOCKED-IN SMELLS. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

LONESOME COWBOYS. Andy Warhol Films. Released by Sherpix. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Director, script, photography, Andy Warhol.

Cast: Viva, Taylor Mead, Eric Emerson, Tom Hompertz, Joe D’Alessandro.

© Lonesome Cowboys, Inc.; 20Dec68; LP39041.

THE LONG & SHORT OF IT (Fury vs. Ford) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 59 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec70; JP12884.

LONG RIDE HOME. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

THE LONG ROAD HOME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

LOOK AT ALL THREE! (1971 Duster, Pinto, Vega) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 2Dec70; JP12891.

LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE (1971 Demon vs. Vega) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12878.

LOOKING AT ANIMALS (Filmstrip) Education Development Center. 30 fr., color, 35 mm. © Education Development Center, Inc.; 11Jul67; JP12651.

LORENZO LOTTO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Feb67; JP12934.

LOSS PREVENTION–PLACING HOLDS. See

HOLDS FOR UNCOLLECTED FUNDS.

LOST SALE ANALYSIS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 58 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 23Dec70; JP12888.

LOTSA LUCK. Universal Pictures. 6 min., sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story. Cal Howard; animators, Al Coe, Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voices. Dal McKennon, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1May67; LP38529.

LOVE AT HOME. Brigham Young University, Motion Picture Dept. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 1Jan70 (in notice: 1971); LP38786.

THE LOVE GOD. Universal Pictures. 107 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; writer & director, Nat Hiken; music, Vic Muzzy; director of photography, William Margulies; film editor, Sam E. Waxman.

Cast: Don Knotts, Anne Francis, Edmond O’Brien, James Gregory, Maureen Arthur.

© Universal Pictures; 26Jul70 (in notice: 1969); LP38805.

LOVE THY NEIGHBOR, IF YOU CAN’T GET HIM TO MOVE. See

THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW. No. 34.

A LOVE TO REMEMBER, See

THE VIRGINIAN.

THE LOWER EXTREMITY: POSTERIOR ASPECT OF THE THIGH. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 17Dec70; MU8280.

LOWLAND FOREST. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

LUBRICATING BALL BEARINGS. Marshall Maintenance. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marshall Maintenance; 15May71; MP21589.

M
MCDONALD’S, WHERE IT’S HAPPENING! (Filmstrip) McDonald’s Systems. Made by Jam Handy Productions. 115 fr., color, 35 mm. © McDonald’s Corp.; 16Nov70; JU12612.

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. See

LEARNING TO TRANSCRIBE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE.

TRANSCRIPTION FROM MACHINES THAT USE RECORDS AND TAPES.

TRANSCRIPTION MACHINES THAT USE A BELT.

THE MCKENZIE BREAK. Brighton Pictures. Released by United Artists Corp. 107 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Levy-Gardner-Laven production. From a novel by Sidney Shelley.

Credits: Producers, Arthur Gardner, Jules Levy; director, Lamont Johnson; screenplay, William Norton; music, Riz Ortolani; director of photography, Michael Reed; film editor, Tom Rolf.

Cast: Brian Keith, Helmut Griem, Ian Hendry, Jack Watson, Patrick O’Connell.

© Brighton Pictures, Inc.; 28Oct70; LP38901.

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS. Set D (Filmstrip) Macmillan Co. Made by Instructional Media Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 59 p. Contents: Molecules in motion. 48 fr.–Planets. 45 fr.–Light and lasers. 45 fr.–Ecological systems. 47 fr.–Animal behavior. 46 fr.–How living things change. 48 fr. Script by Tintern Research & Educational Enterprises. © Macmillan Co.; 5Oct70; A208503.

MACMILLAN ENGLISH FILMSTRIPS (Filmstrip) Macmillan Co. Made by University Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual to accompany the Macmillan elementary English filmstrips, 127 p.

Contents: Learning about language. 42 fr.–Learning about nouns. 45 fr.–Learning about verbs. 42 fr.–Learning about adjectives and adverbs. 42 fr.–Learning about sentences. 45 fr.–Learning about changes in our language. 47 fr.

Credits: Script & production supervisor, Walter E. Schaap.

© Macmillan Co.; 9Mar70 (in notices on filmstrips: 1969); A153661.

MACMILLAN SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROGRAM. See

ADDITION OF FRACTIONAL NUMBERS.

THE COMMUTATIVE PRINCIPLES.

SUBTRACTION.

USING A PROTRACTOR.

MAC’S FACTORY, OR SHORTCUTS IN MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21224.

MADIGAN. Universal Pictures. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Based on the novel The commissioner, by Richard Dougherty.

Credits: Producer, Frank P. Rosenberg; director, Donald Siegel; screenplay, Henri Simoun, Abraham Polonsky; music, Don Costa; director of photography, Russell Metty; film editor, Milton Shifman.

Cast: Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Inger Stevens, Harry Guardino, James Whitmore.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jun68; LP38827.

THE MAGIC OF COLOR AND SHAPE (Filmstrip) United Transparencies, 37 fr., color, 35 mm. (United transparencies for overhead projection)

Credits: By Ann C. Perry.

© United Transparencies, Inc.; 21Apr69; A244902.

MAGIC TRAILS. Texaco. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Film Counselors. © Texaco, Inc.; 1Jun71 (in notice: 1970); MP21632.

MAGNETISM FROM ELECTRICITY. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

THE MAGNIFICENT OUTDOORS. Kikkoman International. Made by Nye Communications Enterprises. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Dorothy Hooker Nye. © Kikkoman International, Inc.; 25Jul70; MP21188.

MAINTAINING DISCIPLINE. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

MAKE IT WORTHWHILE. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

MAKE-UP (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Pt. 1. 55 fr.–Pt. 2. 50 fr.–Pt. 3. 54 fr.–Pt. 4. 48 fr. Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin. © Visual Aids Studio, sole owner E. Gene S. Geeslin; 29Jan71; JP12842.

MAKING A BATTERY (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 3Mar71; JP13071.

MAKING A PIE SHELL. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21238.

MAKING IT. Alfran Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 10 reels, sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel What can you do?

Credits: Producer, Albert S. Ruddy; director, John Erman; screenplay, Peter Bart; music, Charles Fox; director of photography, Richard C. Glouner; editor, Allan Jacobs.

Cast: Kristoffer Tabori, Marlyn Mason, Bob Balaban, Lawrence Pressman, Louise Latham.

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Mar71; LP39040.

MAKING SENSE OF SETS (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 49 fr.), color, 35 mm. (First things: sound filmstrips for primary years. Mathematics) With Teacher’s guide, 33 p.

Credits: Producer, Michele Murdock; writer, Jeffrey Marlin; director of photography, William Hubbell; photographer, John Groothoff; editor, Jere Kupecky.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 23Mar71; A224792.

MAN AND HIS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: THE CREEK. Theodore Hamm Co. Made by the Film Co. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Leif Erickson.

© Theodore Hamm Co.; 18Mar71; MP21615.

MAN AND THE FOREST: SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS. Pt. 3: Decorative foliage. Martin Moyer Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

Credits: Collaborator, Bernard S. Douglass; narrator, Richard L. Hawk.

Appl. author: Martin Moyer.

© Martin Moyer Productions; 28May71; MP21534.

A MAN CALLED GANNON. Universal Pictures, 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Based on the novel Man without a star, by Dee Linford.

Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, James Goldstone; screenplay by Gene Kearney, Borden Chase, D. D. Beauchamp; music, Dave Grusin; director of photography, William Margulies; film editors, Gene Palmer, Richard M. Sprague.

Cast: Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin, Judi West, Susan Oliver, John Anderson.

© Universal Pictures; 8Mar68; LP38880.

MAN CALLED SMITH. See

GUNSMOKE.

THE MAN FROM THRUSH AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. Arena Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

The deadly quest affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Robert E. Thompson. © 30Oct67; LP39010.

The deep six affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Leonard Stadd. © 25Dec67; LP39016.

The fiery angel affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, John W. Bloch. © 6Nov67; LP39011.

The Gurnius affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Milton S. Gelman. © 27Nov67; LP39013.

The hula doll affair. Credits: Producer, Boris Ingster; story, Sydney Field; teleplay, Stanford Sherman. © 17Feb67; LP38977.

The J for Judas affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Norman Hudis. © 25Sep67; LP39005.

The man from Thrush affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Robert I. Holt. © 4Dec67; LP39014.

The master’s touch affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Boris Sobelman. © 16Oct67; LP39008.

The maze affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Leonard Stadd. © 18Dec67; LP39015.

The Prince of Darkness affair, pt. 1. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Dean Hargrove. © 2Oct67; LP39006.

The Prince of Darkness affair, pt. 2. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Dean Hargrove. © 9Oct67; LP39007.

The summit-5 affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Robert E. Thompson. © 11Sep67; LP39003.

The survival school affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; story, Don Brinkley; teleplay, Don Brinkley & Jack Turley. © 20Nov67; LP39012.

The test tube killer affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Jack Turley. © 18Sep67; LP39004.

The Thrush roulette affair. Credits: Producer, Anthony Spinner; writer, Arthur Weingarten. © 23Oct67; LP39009.

MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. Coca-Cola Co. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coca-Cola Co.; 15Sep70; MP21582.

MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. See

A QUECHUA VILLAGE IN PERU.

A SHIPIBO VILLAGE ON THE UPPER AMAZON.

MAN IS MORE THAN AN ANIMAL. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

MAN OF THE PEOPLE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE MAN WHO PLANTED GOLD IN CALIFORNIA. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

MAN WITHOUT A STAR. See

A MAN CALLED GANNON.

MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS. American Management Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69: MP21509.

THE MANAGER: HEARTBEAT OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY. Fox & Associates. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industry week film report) Appl. author: Aaron S. Fox. © Fox & Associates, Inc.; 27Jan71; MP21482.

MAN’S THUMB ON NATURE’S BALANCE. National Broadcasting Co. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by NBC News.

Credits: Producer & director, Robert Northshield; writers. Jack Perkins, Robert Northshield; researcher, Marion L. Swaybill; reporter, Jack Perkins; film by Henry Kokojan, Si Avnet; film editor, Russell T. Moore.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 21Jan71; MP21440.

MANUFACTURING AREA. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

MAP FILMSTRIP PROGRAM. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

THE MARGUERITE PIAZZA STORY. American Cancer Society. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Trio production. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 5Feb71; MP21274.

MARINE BIOLOGY: CORAL ATOLL ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

MARITAL FULFILLMENT. Scorpio Productions. Released by All-Film Enterprises. 65 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Beverly Ann Cawthorne Sebastian. © Scorpio Productions; 24Mar70; LP38965.

MAROONED. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY. See

DISCIPLINING CHILDREN CAN BE A PROBLEM.

DO YOU WANT TO BE A GOOD PARENT.

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FAMILY LIVING.

THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FORCES ON FAMILY LIFE.

THE FAMILY IN TIME OF TROUBLE.

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEREDITY AND EUGENICS IN FAMILY LIFE.

SELF-UNDERSTANDING.

STRENGTHENING AND IMPROVING MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE.

UNDERSTANDING THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE.

MARRIED WE CAN ALWAYS GET. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

MARSH. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

MARSHES. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

MARVIN’S MANHOLE. See

TELL ME A STORY.

MASACCIO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12953.

MASOLINO DA PANICALE (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 13 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Feb67; JP12925.

MASS MEDIA: THEIR ROLE IN A DEMOCRACY (Filmstrip) New York Times Co. 72 fr., b&w, 35 mm. (Filmstrip on current affairs, Jan. 1971) With Discussion manual, 1 v. © New York Times Co.; 4Jan71; A205526.

MASS SPECTROMETRY. John Wiley & Sons. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Communications Group West production. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21578.

MASTER CYLINDER SERVICE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 30 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, F-4A) Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott. © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 15Dec69; JP12818.

MASTER TECHNICIANS SERVICE CONFERENCE, SESSION. See

FUELS, LUBRICANTS & FLUIDS.

SAFETY’S NO ACCIDENT.

MASTER’S TOUCH AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

MATH. See

FIRST DEGREE EQUATIONS.

MATHEMATICS. Level V (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 12 Filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: 748-759. Numeration. 50 fr.–Operations and their properties. 46 fr.–Estimation. 43 fr.–Factors and primes. 45 fr.–Geometry I. 45 fr.–Equations and inequalities. 42 fr.–Graphing. 45 fr.–Geometry II. 42.–Fractions. 50 fr.–Rational numbers. 46 fr.–Addition and subtraction of rational numbers. 45 fr.–Decimals. 44 fr. By Donovan R. Lichtenberg & Charles W. Engel. Appl. ti.: Modern math, level V. © Educational Projections Corp.; 1Oct69; JP12768.

MATHEMATICS. See

MAKING SENSE OF SETS.

MATTER AND THE MOLECULAR THEORY. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21045.

A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE. QED Productions. Made by Cathedral Films. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 30Oct70; MP21101.

MATTER OF HONOR. See

GUNSMOKE.

A MATTER OF INNOCENCE. Universal Pictures. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. From the story by Noel Coward.

Credits: Producers, George W. George, Frank Granat; director, Guy Green; screenplay, Keith Waterhouse, Willis Hall; music composer & conductor, Michael Legrand; director of photography, Arthur Ibbetson; editor, Frank Clark.

Cast: Hayley Mills, Trevor Howard, Shashi Kapoor, Brenda de Banzie, Dick Patterson.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 2Mar67; LP38774.

MAUDIE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

MAY SWENSON, MINI-LESSON. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

MAYA. King Bros. Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

The Allapur conspiracy. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Mort R. Lewis. © 23Sep67; LP38993.

Blood of the tiger. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Stirling Silliphant. © 16Sep67; LP38992.

A bus for Ramabad. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Howard Merrill. © 25Nov67; LP39000.

Caper of the golden roe. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Stirling Silliphant. © 14Oct67; LP38995.

The demon of Kalanemi. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Edwin Blum. © 4Nov67; LP38998.

The Khandur uprising. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writers, Norman Katkov & Paul Franklin; rewriter, Rik Vollaerts. © 18Nov67; LP38999.

Natira. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Kay Lenard. © 23Dec67; LP39002.

The root of evil. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Paul Franklin. © 2Dec67; LP39001.

Tiger boy. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; teleplay, Maxwell Shane; story, Edwin Blum & Mel Levy. © 7Oct67; LP38994.

Twilight of empire. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Richard Collins. © 21Oct67; LP38996.

Will the real prince please get lost. Credits: Producers, Frank & Maurice King; writer, Peter Berneis. © 28Oct67; LP38997.

MAYFLIES. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21338.

MAZE AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

ME, NATALIE. Nob Hill Productions & Cinema Center Films. Released by National General Pictures. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From a story by Stanley Shapiro.

Credits: Producer, Stanley Shapiro; director, Fred Cow; screenplay, A. Martin Zweiback; original music, Henry Mancini; lyrics, Rod McKuen; director of photography, Arthur J. Ornitz; film editor, Sheila Bakerman.

Cast: Patty Duke, James Farentino, Martin Balsam, Elsa Lanchester, Salome Jens.

© Cinema Center Films; 6Jun69; LP39149.

MEASUREMENT. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21069.

MEASURING TECHNIQUES. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21245.

MEASURING TECHNIQUES. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21424.

MEAT AND POULTRY. See

FOODS WE EAT.

MECHANICAL … HAM SKINNING AND DEFATTING, TOWNSEND NO. 412. See

MECHANICAL SKINNING OF PORK PRIMAL CUTS.

MECHANICAL MEMBRANE REMOVAL, TOWNSEND NO. 66A. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21159.

MECHANICAL SKINNING OF PORK PRIMAL CUTS. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 3 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. Appl. ti.: Mechanical … ham skinning and defatting, Townsend no. 412. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21153.

THE MECHANICS OF USER PROCESSING OF BLACK AND WHITE REVERSAL FILM. Jaxon-Bauer. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: Christopher Leggo. © Jaxon-Bauer; 16Nov70; MP21365.

MEDICAL. See

DRAGNET 1970.

MEDICAL POTENTIAL OF LASERS. Upjohn Co. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Upjohn vanguard of Medicine) © Upjohn Co.; 16Feb71; LP38787.

MEDIEVAL MOOD. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21550.

THE MEDIUM DUTY UNISTRUT CABLE TRAY SYSTEMS (Filmstrip) Cable Tray Division, Unistrut Corp. Made by Jam Handy Productions, div. of T.T.P. Corp. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. © Unistrut Corp., Cable Tray Division; 8Feb71; JU12796.

MEET SMOKEY BEAR. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

MEMOIRE ET RAPPORT SUR VICTOR DE L’AVEYRON. See

L’ENFANT SAUVAGE.

MESSAGES FROM FIRST CENTURY CHRISTIANS (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. © Broadman Films; 1Jun71; JP13205.

METALWORKING (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 4 v. Produced in cooperation with Instructional Dynamics.

Contents: A639-1–639-4: Layout and measurement. 70 fr.–Shaping and fastening. 66 fr.–Drilling, tapping and threading. 50 fr.–Cutting. 67 fr.

Credits: Coordinator, Phillip Lewis.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 30Dec70; A236145.

MEXICO, A CHANGING LAND. Alfred Higgins Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Alfred Higgins Productions; 13Nov70; MP21211.

MEXICO, 12000 YEARS OF HISTORY. Fred Ward Productions. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Fred Ward. © Fred Ward Productions, Inc.; 23Dec70; MP21210.

MEXICO: 12,000 YEARS OF HISTORY (Filmstrip) National Endowment for the Humanities. Made by Educational Systems Corp. 159 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Fred Ward.

© Fred Ward Productions, Inc.; 22Feb71 (in notice: 1970); JP12999.

MEZCLA MAN. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

MICROELECTRODES IN MUSCLE. John Wiley & Sons. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Transcription Centre production. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (in notice: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.); 23Dec70; MP21577.

THE MIDWEST. David A. Hanson. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © David Hanson; 31Dec70; MP21207.

THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCK. Walt Disney Productions. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a story by Ted Key.

Credits: Producer, Bill Anderson; director, Vincent McEveety; screenplay, Roswell Rogers; music, Buddy Baker; director of photography, William Snyder; film editor, Lloyd L. Richardson.

© Walt Disney Productions; 13May71; LP39039.

MILLION MANFRED MYSTERY. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

MIME OVER MATTER. Sim Productions. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Morton Schindel. © Sim Productions, Inc.; 28Dec70; LP38777.

MINIBIKES (Filmstrip) Bowmar Pub. Corp. 32 fr.; color, 35 mm. With guide, 32 p.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar Pub. Corp., solely owned by Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71 (in notices: on booklet: 1970, on filmstrip: 1971); A224992.

MINIBIKES (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 32 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71; JP12873.

MIRACLE OF SURVIVAL, AGAINST ALL ODDS. East Coast Productions. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Larry Frisch; presented by Joseph Josephson; narrator, Steven Hill.

Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: compilation, revision & addition.

© East Coast Productions, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21268.

MISSING HYPE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

MISSING MAIL MYSTERY. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

MISSING PERSONS. See

DRAGNET 1970.

MISSISSIPPI MERMAID. Films du Carrosse, Productions Artistes Associes & Produzioni Associate Delplios. Released by Lopert Pictures Corp. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Dyaliscope. Based on a novel by William Irish.

Credits: Director & screenplay, Francois Truffaut; music, Antoine Duhamel; director of photography, Denys Clerval; film editor, Agnes Guillemot.

Cast: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Catherine Deneuve, Michel Bouquet, Nelly Borgeaud.

© Films du Carrosse; 10Apr70 (in notice: 1969); LP38882.

MISTER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

MR. OSAKI’S TREE. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

MRS. POLLIFAX, SPY. United Artists Corp. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon the book The unexpected Mrs. Pollifax, by Dorothy Gilman.

Credits: Producer, Frederick Brisson; director, Leslie Martinson; screenplay, C. A. McKnight; music composer & conductor, Lalo Schifrin; cameraman, Joe Biroc; film editor, Stefan Arnsten.

Cast: Rosalind Russell, Darren McGavin, Nehemiah Persoff, Harold Gould, Albert Paulsen.

© Meteor Films, Inc.; 9Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP39152.

MODALES SON IMPORTANTES. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

MODERN FOIL TECHNIQUES SERIES. Bill Snyder Films. 50 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. © Bill Snyder Films; 30Nov70; MP21106.

MODERN MATH, LEVEL V. See

MATHEMATICS.

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2 (Filmstrip) Educational Concepts. 10 filmstrips on 1 roll, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Program 1-A–1-B, 2-A–2-B, 3-A–3-B, 4-A–4-B, 5-A–5-B: Definition of sets. 52 fr.–Equivalent and non-equivalent sets. 31 fr.–Number property of sets. 28 fr.–Union of sets. 30 fr.–The number line for addition. 30 fr.–Taking sets apart. 30 fr.–Number system, equalities and inequalities. 32 fr.–Open sentence and place holders. 30 fr.–Commutative property of addition. 29 fr.–Associative property of addition. 32 fr.

© Educational Concepts, Inc.; 30Dec70; JP13211.

MODERN OBSTETRICS: POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE. Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp. Made by Wexler Film Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp.; 20Apr70; MP21368.

MODES AND EXAMPLES OF ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

MOLD MAKING. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm, Loop film. (Silicone rubber, no. 717) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21294.

MOLDING. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Polystyrene beads, no. 720) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21291.

MOLDING. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Polyurethane foam, no. 721) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21290.

MOLECULES IN MOTION. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

MONEY TREE. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

THE MONKEY AND THE ORGAN GRINDER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 19Feb71; MP21564.

MOODS FROM NATURE: HOPE AND DESPAIR. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21547.

MOODS FROM NATURE: TRANQUILITY. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21546.

MOODS OF EARTH. See

HAIKU: A PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION.

MOON OVER MANFRED. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

MOONSHINERS. See

LASSIE.

MORE MONEY–LESS TIME (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Service, Boy Scouts of America. 34 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec70; JP12848.

MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE. See

LASSIE.

A MORE THAN PRIVATE AFFAIR. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

MORGAN. See

GUNSMOKE.

MOSQUITO: LIFE CYCLE. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21337.

MOTHER GOOSE SONGS. Pt. 1-2 (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 2 filmstrips (22 fr. each), color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 17 p. Appl. authors: Lucille Wood & Beth Clure. NM: compilation & illus. © Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 27Jan71; A212917.

MOTHER WORKS HARD, TOO. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

MOTHERS AND TODDLERS: HUMANIZING THE GROWTH EXPERIENCE. Journal Films. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: David Altschul. © Journal Films, Inc.; 6Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21594.

THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW. Desi Arnaz Productions. [Canada] Released by United Artists Television. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Desi Arnaz Productions, Inc.

No.

34. Love thy neighbor, if you can’t get him to move. Credits: Producer & director, Elliott Lewis; writers, Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs. Cast: Eve Arden, Kaye Ballard, Herbert Rudley, Richard Deacon, Jerry Fogel. © 2Oct68; LP38973.

35. A little pregnancy goes a long way. Credits: Producer & director, Elliott Lewis; writers, Madelyn David & Bob Carroll, Jr. Cast: Eve Arden, Kaye Ballard, Herbert Rudley, Richard Deacon, Jerry Fogel. © 25Sep68; LP38972.

MOTORCYCLE RACING (Filmstrip) Bowmar Pub. Corp. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 32 p.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar Pub. Corp., solely owned by Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71 (in notices: on booklet: 1970, on filmstrip: 1971); A224989.

MOTORCYCLE RACING (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 32 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71; JP12870.

MOUSE IN THE HOUSE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary Family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford, Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Apr67; LP38897.

MOVEMENT OF WATER. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Osmosis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21416.

MOVIES–OUR MODERN ART. See

HIS MAJESTY, THE SCARECROW OF OZ.

THE MUD FLAT ENVIRONMENT. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21319.

MUD SQUAD. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 28Apr71; LP39170.

MUFFINS, McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21243.

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION WITH DECIMALS. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 36 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21222.

MULTIPLICATION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21066.

MULTIPLYING WITH DECIMALS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21087.

MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21223.

MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS: DISTRIBUTIVITY. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21225.

MUMSY, NANNY, SONNY & GIRLY. Brigitte Films. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Fitzroy-Francis Films production. Based on the play by Masie Mosco.

Credits: Producer, Ronald J. Kahn; director, Freddie Francis; screenplay, Brian Comport; music composer, arranger & conductor, Bernard Ebbinghouse; director of photography, David Muir; camera operator, Moray Grant; editor, Tristam Cones.

Cast: Vanessa Howard, Michael Bryant, Ursula Howells, Pat Heywood, Howard Trevor.

© Brigitte Films, Ltd.; 12Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38514.

MUSCLE SPINDLE. John Wiley & Sons. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Transcription Centre production. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (in notice: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.); 23Dec70; MP21576.

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide, 1 v.

Contents: Introduction to museums. 51 fr.–Learning science in museums. 57 fr.–Learning about art in museums. 52 fr.–Learning history in museums. 52 fr.–Learning geography in museums. 52 fr.–Small museums and restorations. 58 fr.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 15Nov69; A216917.

THE MUSIC LOVERS. Russfilms. Released by United Artists Corp. 122 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the book Beloved friend, by Catherine Drinker Bowen & Barbara Von Meck.

Credits: Producer & director, Ken Russell; screenplay, Melvyn Bragg; music conductor, Andre Previn; director of photography, Douglas Slocombe; editor, Michael Bradsell.

© Russfilms, Ltd.; 24Jan7l (in notice: 1970); LP39027.

MUSIC OF THE ERA. See

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC.

MUSICAL ADVENTURES (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 4 v.

Contents: A683-1–683-4: Wolfgang Mozart plays for the King and Queen. 55 fr.–George Handel and his spinet. 58 fr.–The old lady who lived in a vinegar bottle. 45 fr.–When Mr. Terrapin went riding in the clouds. 40 fr.

Credits: Author, Adeline McCall; illustrator, Charles McBarron.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 18Sep70; A236149.

MY DAUGHTER, PENNY. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

MY LIFE. See

ISADORA.

MY SECRET LIFE. Tonylyn Productions. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book pub. by Grove Press. Produced in association with New Cinema of Canada.

Credits: Producer, Jack H. Harris; director, Leland R. Thomas; writer, John Hofsess.

Cast: Jack Woods, Cheryl Smith, C. Edd Fenner, Judy Klusmeyer.

© Tonylyn Productions, Inc.; 15Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP38902.

MY THREE SONS. Don Fedderson Productions. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Mac-Fedd Co. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

The baby nurse. Credits: Producer, Edmund Hartmann; director, Fred de Cordova; writer, George Tibbles; music, DeVol; director of photography, Paul Vogel; editor, Richard L. Van Enger, Jr. Cast: Fred MacMurry, William Demarest, Don Grady, Stanley Livingston, Barry Livingston. © 19Oct68; LP38516.

N
NBC WHITE PAPER ON YOUTH AND DRUGS. See

TRIP TO NOWHERE.

NBC WORLD PREMIERE MOVIE. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

INSIDE O.U.T.

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE.

NAIFA. Jymie Productions. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Jymie Productions, Inc. & James M. Mannas, Jr.; 22Jan71; MU8262.

THE NAME OF THE GAME. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV Approx. 80 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with the NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios.

Blind man’s bluff. Credits: Producer, Norman Lloyd; director, James Nielson; writer, Henry Slesar. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Susan Saint James, Jack Klugman, Coleen Gray, Michele Carey. © 29Sep69; LP39136.

Brass ring. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Barry Shear; writer, Barry Oringer. Cast: Robert Stack, Ben Murphy, Lazaro Perez, Van Johnson, Celeste Holm. © 5Jan70; LP39109.

Chains of command. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Robert Day; writer, Carol Sobieski. Cast: Dorothy Lamour, Pernell Roberts, Sidney Blackmer, Robert Stack, Jay C. Flippen. © 13Oct69; LP39138.

The civilized men. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Don McDougal; writer, John Furia, Jr. Cast: Robert Stack, Jill St. John, Jack Kelly, Rod Cameron, Phil Philbrin. © 24Nov69; LP39143.

Echo of a nightmare. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, John Newland; writer, Don Brinkley. Cast: Robert Stack, Ricardo Montalban, Hoagy Carmichael, Tom Drake, Arthur Hill. © 16Mar70; LP39117.

The emissary. Credits: Director, John Moxey; writers, Margaret Arem & Dean Hargrove. Cast: Gene Barry, Susan Saint James, Craig Stevens, Charles Boyer, Natasha Parry. © 6Oct69; LP39137.

The garden. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Seymour Robbie; teleplay, Charles A. McDaniel. Cast: Robert Stack, Richard Kiley, Brenda Scott, Ann Francis, Madeline Sherwood. © 26Jan70; LP39112.

Give till it hurts. Credits: producer, George Eckstein; director, Marc Daniels; writers, William D. Gordon & Walter Brough. Cast: Robert Stack, Ben Murphy, Mark Miller, Phyllis Kirk, Larry Storch. Appl. ti.; Give until it hurts. © 27Oct69; LP39140.

Goodbye Harry. Credits: Producer & writer, Gene Coon; director, Barry Shear. Cast: Gene Barry, Susan Saint James, Darren McGavin; James Whitmore, Dane Clark. © 20Oct69; LP39139.

A hard case of the blues. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Barry Shear; writer, Philip Deguere, Jr. Cast: Robert Stack, Keenan Wynn, Sal Mineo, Sharon Farrell, Michael Anderson, Jr. Appl. ti.: A hard case of blues. © 22Sep69; LP39135.

High card. Credits: producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Sutton Roley; writers, Dean Hargrove, Herman Groves & Mitchell Linderman. Cast: Gene Barry, Gene Raymond, Barry Sullivan, Susan Saint James, Martine Beswick. © 1Dec69; LP39144.

Island of gold and precious stones. Credits: Producer, Norman Lloyd; director, John Newland; writer, Anthony Skene. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Susan St. James, Lee Meriwether, Hazel Court, Yvonne DeCarlo. © 12Jan70; LP39110.

Jenny Wilde is drowning. Credits: Producer & director, Boris Sagal; writer, Henry Slesar & Stanford Whitmore. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Frank Gorshin, Susan Saint James, Pamela Franklin. © 23Mar70; LP39118

King of Denmark. Credits: Producer, Norman Lloyd; director, Leo Penn; writer, Anthony Skene. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Susan Saint James, Joseph Cotten, Margaret Leighton, Noel Harrison. © 16Feb70; LP39114.

Lady on the rocks. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, John Moxey; writers, Robert & Phyllis White. Cast: Gene Barry, Susan Saint James, Janice Rule, Laurence Naismith, Nigel Davenport. © 15Sep69; LP39134.

Laurie Marie. Credits: Producer, Norman Lloyd; director, Harvey Hart; teleplay, Henry Slesar & David P. Harmon, based on a story by Henry Slesar. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Susan St. James, Mark Richman, John Kerr, Antoinette Bower. © 15Dec69; LP39146.

Man of the people. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Jeffrey Hayden; story, Steven & Eleanor Karpf; teleplay, Richard Bluel & Dean Hargrove. Cast: Vera Miles, Fernando Lamas, Gene Barry, Robert Alda, Gary Burghoff. © 2Mar70; LP39116.

One of the girls in research. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; writer, Marion & Dean Hargrove. Cast; Gene Barry, Brenda Vaccaro, Will Geer, George Chandler, Mark Miller. © 30Mar70; LP39119.

The other kind of spy. Credits: producer & director, Boris Sagal; writer, Chester Krumholz. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Leslie Nielsen, Joseph Campanella, Jeanette Nolan, Ed Begley. © 6Apr70; LP39120.

The perfect image. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Sutton Roley; story, Anthony Spinner, teleplay, David Harmon. Cast; Gene Barry, Susan St. James, Diana Hyland, Hal Holbrook, Clu Gulager. © 3Nov69; LP39141.

The power. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Lawrence Dobkin; writer, Arthur Weingarten. Cast: Robert Stack, Ben Murphy, William Conrad, Broderick Crawford, John Ireland. © 8Dec69; LP39145.

The prisoner within. Credits: Producer, Norman Lloyd; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Richard Landau. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Steve Forrest, Ron Hayes, Richard Van Fleet, George Murdock. © 10Nov69; LP39142.

The skin game. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Bill Conrad; writer Barry Oringer. Cast: Robert Stack, Hari Rhodes, Suzanne Pleshette, Rossano Brazzi, Charles Drake. © 23Feb70; LP39115.

The takeover. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Herbert Kenworth; story, John McGreevey, teleplay, John McGreevy & Ernestine Barton. Cast: Gene Barry, Anne Baxter, David Sheiner, H. M. Wynant, Warren Stevens. © 19Jan70; LP39111.

Tarot. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Nicholas Colasanto; writer, Dick Nelson; story, Blake Lund & Phil Hargrove. Cast: Gene Barry, Carol Booth, Jose Ferrer, David Carradine, William Shatner. © 9Feb70; LP39113.

The tradition. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, John Moxey; writers, Dean Hargrove & Tim Kelly. Cast: Gene Barry, Ina Balin, Niko Minardos. © 29Dec70; LP39147.

A NAME’S NOT ENOUGH (1971 Barracuda vs. Mustang) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec70; JP12883.

NARCO–MISSING HYPE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

NARCO–PILLMAKER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

NATIONAL ANTHEM. Jay C. Kaye. 2 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Jay C. Kaye; 14Jan71; MU8266.

THE NATIONAL FLOWER OF BROOKLYN. Xanadu Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with American Film Institute. NM: compilation & additions. © American Film Institute; 15Dec69 (in notice: 1968); MP21275.

NATIONAL RECORD CLUB CONVENTION (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Division. 102 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12782.

THE NATION’S BUILDERS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

NATIRA. See

MAYA.

NATURAL RESOURCES. See

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.

NATURE IN THE CITY. Reinald Werrenrath, Jr. Distributed by Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Reinald Werrenrath, Jr.; 15Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21289.

THE NATURE OF CURRENT ELECTRICITY (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13177.

THE NATURE OF HEAT AND TEMPERATURE (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 34 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13179.

THE NATURE OF LIGHT (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 41 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13175.

THE NATURE OF MAGNETISM (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 34 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13178.

THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: FORMING HYPOTHESES. Coronet Instructional Films. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21046.

THE NATURE OF SOUND (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13174.

THE NATURE OF STATIC ELECTRICITY (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 15Jun70; JP13176.

NAUGHTY NURSE. Hacienda-Tropicana-Madness. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm. © Paul Bartel; 16Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38903.

THE NAUTICAL NUT. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Sid Marcus; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Clarence Wheeler; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Mar67; LP38896.

NEGATIVE RATIONALS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21070.

NEGRO HEROES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY. Atlantis Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: John Simons. © Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 5Jul66; MP21543.

NEGRO KINGDOMS OF AFRICA’S GOLDEN AGE. Atlantis Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, John Simons.

© Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 1Mar68; MP21545.

NEREIS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color. Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21324.

NERVES AND NERVOUS SYSTEMS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

NEVER BUG AN ANT. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 15Jun69; LP39021.

NEW ACCOUNTS CLERK. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

A NEW CONCEPT IN SIGN SUPPORT SYSTEMS (Filmstrip) Telespar Division, Unistrut Corp. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Jam Handy Productions, div. of T.T.P. Corp. © Telespar Division, Unistrut Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12794.

NEW DOG. See

[WAYNE DOG FOOD TELEVISION COMMERCIAL]

NEW HORIZON. See

LASSIE.

A NEW LEAF. Aries Films & Elkins Productions International Corp. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Howard W. Koch-Hillard Elkins production. Based on Jack Ritchie’s short story, The green leaf.

Credits: Producer, Joe Manduke; director & writer, Elaine May; cinematographer, Gayne Rescher; film editor, Ed Beyer.

Cast: Walter Matthau, Elaine May, Jack Weston, George Rose, William Redfield.

© Paramount Pictures Corp., Aries Films, Inc. & Elkins Productions International Corp.; 31Dec70; LP38928.

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 6.

NEW ORLEANS: MARKETING COMMUNITY. See

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES.

A NEW TWIST. Westinghouse Electric Corp. Made by Jam Handy Productions, division of T.T.P. Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8311.

NIAGARA FRONTIER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Mar68; LP38534.

NIGHT DR. LOVELESS DIED. See

THE WILD, WILD WEST.

THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY. Universal Pictures, Ltd. Released by Universal Pictures. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Gina Production. Based on the novel The Snatchers, by Lionel White.

Credits: Producer & director, Hubert Cornfield; screenplay, Hubert Cornfield, Robert Phippeny; music, Stanley Meyers; director of photography, Willi Kurant; film editor, Gordon Pilkington.

Cast: Marlon Brando, Richard Boone, Rita Moreno, Pamela Franklin, Jess Hahn.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 29Mar68; LP38878.

NIGHT OF THE GHOST. See

LASSIE.

NIGHT PEOPLE’S DAY. FilmFair Communications & Trend Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 26Mar71; MP21453.

NIGHT SCHOOL. See

DRAGNET 1970.

NIGHTINGALE. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

NIGHTMARE. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

NIGHTS OF CABIRIA. See

SWEET CHARITY.

$9,000. See

DRAGNET 1970.

THE NINETEEN FRIENDS OF ROBBIE MCKNEE (Filmstrip) Graded Press. Made by Division of Curriculum Resources, General Board of Education, United Methodist Church. 78 fr., color, 35 mm. With Leader’s guide & Reading script, 26 p. Produced through Trafco. Guide by Ellamarie Parkison; written by Herschel Pollard; photography by Wayne Smith. © Graded Press; 31Dec70; A209762.

1950-1955. See

HISTORY AS THE NEWS CAMERA SAW IT.

1955-1960. See

HISTORY AS THE NEWS CAMERA SAW IT.

1960-1965. See

HISTORY AS THE NEWS CAMERA SAW IT.

1965-1970. See

HISTORY AS THE NEWS CAMERA SAW IT.

1967 ENGLISH SUPPLEMENT (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. (United Transparencies for overhead projection)

Credits: By Richard A. Sofranko.

© United Transparencies, Inc.; 30Dec67; A244903.

1970 PORSCHE DOES IT! Porsche Audi, a division of Volkswagen of America. Released by Marathon International Productions. 37 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Porsche Audi, a division of Volkswagen of America; 25Apr71; MP21530.

1971 BARRACUDA VS. MUSTANG. See

A NAME’S NOT ENOUGH.

1971 CHARGER VS. TORINO 500 AND CHEVELLE MALIBU (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71: JP12876.

1971 CHRYSLER COMING THROUGH FOR YOU VS BUICK & OLDSMOBILE. See

THE WINNING HAND.

[1971 CORONET VS. MALIBU & TORINO BROUGHAM] (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 72 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 11Mar71; JP13022.

1971 CRICKET FEATURES. See

CRICKET.

[1971 DART SWINGER VS. NOVA] (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 11Mar71; JP13020.

1971 DEMON VS. VEGA. See

LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE.

1971 DODGE & CHEVROLET LIGHT-DUTY TRUCKS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 82 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Ross Roy, Inc. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12880.

1971 DODGE VS. FORD LIGHT-DUTY TRUCKS. See

A DODGE TRUCK COMPARADRAMA.

1971 DUSTER, PINTO, VEGA. See

LOOK AT ALL THREE.

1971 DUSTER VS. MAVERICK, WHAT FITS YOU BEST (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec70; JP12887.

[1971 DUSTER VS. NOVA] (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12959.

1971 FURY VS. CHEVROLET. See

THE VALUE LEADER.

1971 SATELLITE VS. TORINO (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 62 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 2Dec70; JP12890.

NO BLADE OF GRASS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. From the novel by John Christopher.

Credits: Producer & director, Cornel Wilde; screenplay, Sean Forestal, Jefferson Pascal; music arranger & conductor, Burnell Whibley; director of photography, H. A. R. Thomson; camera operator, Walter Byatt; editors, Frank Clarke, Eric Boyd-Perkins.

Cast: Nigel Davenport, Jean Wallace, Anthony May, Wendy Richard, John Hamill.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 14Dec70; LP38521.

NO BLUE SKIES. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN. Consumers Power Co. Made by Portafilms. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Consumers Power Co.; 25Feb71; MP21466.

NO GREATER LOVE. See

LASSIE.

NO MARGIN FOR ERROR. See

LASSIE.

NO MIRACLE BUT LOVE. National Broadcasting Co. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Doris Ann; director & photographer, Joseph Vadala; writer, Philip Scharper; narrator, Norman Rose; music supervisor, Robert Geissinger; editor, John Teeple.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 6Jan71; MP21539.

NO UNCLE IS AN ISLAND. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

NO WAR FOR THE WARRIOR. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

NORMAN THE DOORMAN, Weston Woods Studios. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the book by Don Freeman.

Credits: Producer, Morton Schindel; director, Cynthia Freitag; music composer, Josef Ceremuga; narrator, Owen Jordan.

© Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 15Apr71; LP39037.

NORTH AMERICA CLOUD PATTERNS I-II. Thorne Films. 2 motion pictures (5 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21554-21555.

NORTHERN HEMISPHERE CLOUD PATTERNS I-II. Thorne Films. 2 motion pictures (5 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21552-21553.

NOSFERATU. See

DRACULA.

NOT THAT MUCH DIFFERENT. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

NOTHING LIKE A DANE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. Appl. ti.: Nothing like a dame. © Universal Pictures; 1Mar68; LP38537.

NOTRE DAME DU HAUT AT RONCHAMP. Electric Reality Co. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Carl Floyd III; 1May71; MP21538.

NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE. Dept. of Chemistry, University of California. Released by John Wiley & Sons. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Motion Picture Division, Dept. of Theater Arts, University of California.

Credits: Writers, R. L. Pecsok & J. L. Sudmeier; editor, Leslie S. Ettre.

© Regents of University of California; 1Apr68; MP21581.

NUDIBRANCHS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21322.

NUMBER LINE FOR ADDITION. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

NUMBER ONE BOY. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

NUMBER PROPERTY OF SETS. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

NUMBER SYSTEM, EQUALITIES AND INEQUALITIES See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

NUMERATION. See

MATHEMATICS.

NURSING MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER. American Cancer Society. Made by McCleod Film Productions. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 25Sep70; LP38873.

O
OBELIA. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21320.

OBJECTIVES–A MANAGEMENT TOOL. Schleh Associates. 35 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) © Schleh Associates, Inc.; 5Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21364.

OBSERVATION. Betty Jean Deming Pearson. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Betty Jean Deming Pearson; 12Mar71; MU8298.

THE OBSERVER. Betty Jean Deming Pearson. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Film maker, Betty Pearson; narrator, Donald Bartholomew.

Cast: Barbara Huth, Edward Pearson.

© Betty Jean Deming Pearson; 12Mar71; MU8297.

OBSERVING CLASSROOM TEACHING. Eastern Regional Institute for Education. 35 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Strategies for teacher-consultant cooperation) © ERIE a.a.d.o. Eastern Regional Institute for Education; 15Nov70; MP21272.

OCTOBERFEST. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Feb68; LP38568.

ODOR COLLECTORS. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

OF DOLLARS AND SENSE. Dun & Bradstreet. Made by Audio Productions. 16 min., sd., color. 16 mm. (Economics and the individual) © Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21193.

OFFICE BUILDING. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

THE OFFICE CASHIER; THE CASH OFFICE RECORDS CLERK (Filmstrip) S. S. Kresge Co. Made by Jam Handy Productions. 2 filmstrips on 1 roll (49 fr., 31 fr.); color, 35 mm. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 14May71; JU12866.

OFFICER TRAINING. See

THE DISTURBANCE CALL: GENERAL.

SHOOT–DON’T SHOOT.

THE OHMMETER (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 25 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology)

Credits: Planned & written by John Schuster.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13084.

OIL. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

OLAF IS LATE. See

TELL ME A STORY.

OLAF READS. See

TELL ME A STORY.

OLD BLACK WITCH. See

WINTER OF THE WITCH.

THE OLD COWHAND. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

OLD LADY WHO LIVED IN A VINEGAR BOTTLE. See

MUSICAL ADVENTURES.

OLD STAPE. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

OMELET. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21242.

ON FACILITATING A GROUP. See

CARL ROGERS: ON FACILITATING A GROUP.

ON THE BRIDGE, MAY 1970. Sunday River Productions. 8 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions; 20Jan71; MP21229.

ON THE WESTERN MARYLAND. See

ACROSS THE POTOMAC.

OVER THE RIDGE.

ON YOUR MARKS. Communications Group West, 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer, Richard Armour; voice, Herschel Bernardi.

© Communications Group West; 8Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21343.

ONCE UPON A TIME. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

ONE A JUNKIE. See.

ADAM-12. Log no. 93.

ONE COIN IN THE FOUNTAIN. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

ONE FOR THE MONEY. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

ONE HORSE TOWN. Universal Pictures. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Oct68; LP38527.

ONE HOUR TO KILL. See

IRONSIDE.

ONE MORE TRAIN TO ROB. Universal Pictures. 108 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Robert Arthur; director, Andrew V. McLaglen; screenplay, Don Tait & Dick Nelson; music, David Shire; director of photography, Alric Edens; film editor, Robert Simpson.

Cast: George Peppard, Diana Muldaur, John Vernon, France Nuyen, Steve Sandor.

© Universal Pictures; 30Apr71 (in notice: 1970); LP39054.

ONE NATION UNDER GOD. Crivello & Associates Film Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Anthony P. Uebelher. © Crivello & Associates Film Productions, Inc.; 23Jan71; MP21346.

ONE OF THE GIRLS IN RESEARCH. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ONE SPRING DAY. H/K Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Warren Pierce. © H/K Films; 15Nov70; MP21140.

ONE WHO WASN’T AFRAID. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

OPEN MOLD CASTING. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Polyester resins, no. 711) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21297.

OPEN SENTENCE AND PLACE HOLDERS. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

OPERATION BLIND DOCTOR. See

WALLY: HIS WORK AND HIS LOVES.

OPERATION CONTROL. Cockrell Corp. Made by Dale Anderson Productions. 42 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Cockrell Corp.; 26Aug70; MP21098.

OPERATION SHANGHAI. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Sid Marcus; story, Homer Brightman; animator, Les Kline; music, Walter Greene; voice, Ray Huffine.

© Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Jan66; LP38892.

OPERATIONS AND THEIR PROPERTIES. See

MATHEMATICS.

OPERATIONS EXTENDED TO NEGATIVE RATIONALS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21071.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: GROUP PROBLEM SOLVING. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in collaboration with Joshua Tree Productions. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 17Sep69 (in notice: 1968); MP21391.

ORBIT See

ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE.

ORCHESTRA/BANK ROBBER. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

ORGANIZATION. Case study no. 2. American Management Assn. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21506.

ORIENTATION TO EDISON SCHOOL. See

INNER-CITY SIMULATION LABORATORY.

ORIENTATION TO THE URBAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. See

INNER-CITY SIMULATION LABORATORY.

OSCAR’S MOVING DAY. Terrytoons. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.; 21Jul65 (in notice: 1964); LP38559.

OSMOSIS. See

DIALYSIS.

EFFECT ON CELL MEMBRANES.

MOVEMENT OF WATER.

PHYSICAL CHANGES IN PLANT TISSUE.

OTHER FILING SYSTEMS. See

BUSINESS FILING.

THE OTHER GUY. Pt. 1-2. National Assn. of Blue Shield Plans. Made by Herb Skoble Associates. 2 reels (30 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. © National Assn. of Blue Shield Plans; 31Dec70; LP38911.

OTHER KIND OF SPY. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

OUR CHANGING EARTH. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: The family together. 51 fr.–Father at work. 49 fr.–Mother works hard, too. 51 fr.–Jerry’s first day at school. 49 fr.–Rose is sixteen. 50 fr.–Charles and his friends. 51 fr.

Credits: Special consultants, Saunders Redding, Ernest I. White.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Sep70; JP12899.

OUR FLAG TODAY (Filmstrip) Knowledge Aid. 26 fr., color, 35 mm. With kit.

Credits: Author, James E. Pickering; illustrator, Georgia Liska.

Appl. ti.: So proudly we hailed.

© Knowledge Aid, whose full name is Knowledge Aid, div. MJE Corp.; 26Mar71; A237304.

OUR FRIEND, GINO. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

OUR SUN AND ITS PLANETS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Katherine E. Hill.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov70; MP21355.

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN. See

LASSIE.

OVER THE RIDGE. Sunday River Productions. 11 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (On the Western Maryland, pt. 1) Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 20Jan71; MP21389.

OVERHAUL PROCEDURES. TORQUEFLITE TRANSMISSION MODELS 904 AND 727. See

TRAMCO PRESENTS OVERHAUL PROCEDURES, TORQUEFLITE TRANSMISSION MODELS 904 AND 727.

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT. Les Kaluza. 2 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Les Kaluza; 8Jun71; LP39159.

P
P-DQ (The Chicago pre-delivery center story) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 24Feb71; JP13023.

P.J. Universal Pictures. 109 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, John Guillermin; screenplay, Philip Reisman, Jr.; story, Philip Reisman, Jr. & Edward J. Montagne; music, Neal Hefti; director of photography, Loyal Griggs; film editor, Sam E. Waxman.

Cast: George Peppard, Raymond Burr, Gayle Hunnicutt, Brock Peters, Wilfrid Hyde-White.

© Universal Pictures; 23Mar67; LP38593.

PACK RAT. See

GUNSMOKE.

PADDLES AND SADDLES. Ranger Assn. of New York. 80 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Horace L. Johns, Jr. © Ranger Assn.; 18Feb71; LU3606.

PAINTING, DECORATING AND ARRANGING. See

FLOWER FORMS.

PAINTING WITH TEMPERA. Davidson Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21372.

A PAIR OF GREENBACKS. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 16Dec69; LP39020.

A PALAZZO IS NOT A HOME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

PANCAKES. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21244.

PAOLO UCCELLO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 17 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jul67; JP12944.

PAOLO VERONESE (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jul67; JP12947.

PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21473.

PARADE OF HAPPINESS. Min-On of America. 50 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Guy McCloskey; director, Mike Elsey.

© Min-On of America; 28Jan71; MU8272.

PARASITIC ISOPOD. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21325.

PARK. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

PARK AND RECREATION ASSISTANTS. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

PARK POND. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

PAROLEE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

PASTE MAKES WASTE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jul68; LP38545.

PAT EXPLORES HIS CITY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 17Mar71; MP21569.

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: The Baroque Era, pt. 1-2: The arts and humanities of the era, 45 fr.; The music of the era, 50 fr.–The Classic Era, pt. 1-2: The arts and humanities of the era, 44 fr.; The music of the era, 48 fr.–Early Romantic Era, pt. 1-2: The arts and humanities of the era, 62 fr.; The music of the era, 67 fr.–Impressionistic Era, pt. 1-2: The arts and humanities of the era, 59 fr.; The music of the era, 59 fr.

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notices: A Keyboard publication); 4Dec69, JP13164-13165; 29Dec69, JP13166-13167.

PATSY. See

LASSIE.

PATTERNS OF GROWTH. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

PAUL BUNYAN. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

PAVED SCHOOL YARD. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

A PECK OF TROUBLE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Al Coe & Les Kline; voices, Dal McKennon & Grace Stafford; music, Walter Greene.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jul68; LP38567.

PECOS BILL. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

PEG’S BATIKS. Elizabeth Bond. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Myles P. Breen & Elizabeth Bond; 25Sep70; MP21034.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: FEMALE PELVIS. Teaching Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 17Dec70; MU8285.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: FEMALE PERINEUM. Teaching Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 17Dec70; MU8282.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: MALE PERINEUM. Teaching Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 13Jan71; MU8277.

PELVIS AND PERINEUM: THE MALE PELVIS. Teaching Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 13Jan71; MU8274.

A PENGUIN IS A PENGUIN. See

ADVENTURES WITH ALPHIE.

PEOPLE AND HISTORY. See

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.

PEOPLE: BRINGING LIFE TO THE CITY. Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: David Altschul. © Gilbert Altschul Productions, Inc.; 15May71; MP21595.

THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

PEOPLE WHO CARE. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

PEOPLE WHO DO TRICKS. See

DO YOU KNOW.

PEOPLES AND CULTURES. See

SEEING EASTERN EUROPE.

PERFECT IMAGE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL. Case study no. 4. American Management Assn. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21507.

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL. Case study no. 4. American Management Assn. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21510.

PERMANENT WAVE. International Institute of Coiffure Designers. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Allan Keith Productions, Inc.; 18Oct68 (in notice: 1965); MP21283.

PERSONNEL–THE SHOOTING. See

DRAGNET 1970.

PERU, VERMONT. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 1.

PESTICIDES. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

PETER PAN. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

PETER RABBIT. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

pH: HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION. Thorne Films, 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21429.

pH: INDICATORS AND BUFFERS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21430.

THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 89 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book by Norton Juster.

Credits: Co-producers, Abe Levitow, Les Goldman; directors, Chuck Jones, Abe Levitow; screenplay, Chuck Jones, Sam Rosen; supervising animators, Ben Washam, Hal Ambro, George Nicholas; music score, Dean Elliott; director of photography, Lester Shorr; film editor, Jim Faris.

Cast: Butch Patrick; voices, Mel Blanc, Daws Butler, Candy Candido, Hans Conried.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 31Dec69; LP38522.

PHONEY PONY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Dalton Sandifer; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Dal McKennon; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Nov69; LP38555.

PHOTOSYNTHESIS. See

ABSORPTION OF LIGHT BY CHLOROPHYLL.

EFFECT OF LIGHT INTENSITY.

EFFECT OF WAVELENGTH.

END PRODUCTS.

PIGMENTS.

PHYSICAL CHANGES IN PLANT TISSUE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Osmosis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21415.

PHYSICAL HANDICAPS AND LEARNING (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 50 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Planned & written by Hilding E. Nelson.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Mar71; JP13076.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

PIAGET’S DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY: CONSERVATION. Davidson Films. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Davidson Films; 1Feb67 (in notice: 1966); MP21542.

A PICNIC IN THE FOREST. See

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.

A PIECE OF THE ACTION (Filmstrip) United Church Press. 15 fr., color, 35 mm. With Script.

Credits: Illustrator, Jerry Pinkney.

© United Church Press; 15Dec70; JP13173.

PIECES OF DREAMS. RFB Enterprises. Released by United Artists Corp. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel The wine and the music, by William E. Barrett.

Credits: Producer, Robert F. Blumofe; director, Daniel Haller; screenplay, Roger O. Hirson; music composed & conducted by Michel Legrand; director of photography, Charles F. Wheeler; film editor, William Chulack.

Cast: Robert Forster, Lauren Hutton, Will Geer, Ivor Francis, Richard O’Brien.

© RFB Enterprises, Inc.; 26Aug70; LP38967.

THE PIED-PIPER OF ROME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12935.

PIERO DI COSIMO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Mar67; JP12942.

PIETRO LONGHI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jun67; JP12952.

PIG IS A THREE LETTER WORD. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 23.

PIGMENTS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Photosynthesis) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21411.

PILLMAKER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

PIN CURLING TECHNIQUES. International Institute of Coiffure Designers. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Allan Keith Productions, Inc.; 16Oct68 (in notice: 1965); MP21281.

PINE LIFE CYCLE (Filmstrip) Carolina Biological Supply Co. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Carolina Biological Supply Co.; 16Dec70; JP12769.

PINOCCHIO. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

PINWHEEL SANDWICHES. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films. Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21240.

PIONEER PLUCK. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

PIONEER WEEKEND. Ranger Assn. of New York. 15 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Horace L. Johns, Jr. © Ranger Assn.; 18Feb71; LU3605.

PIPEFITTING–CALCULATING PIPE LENGTHS. Marshall Maintenance. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marshall Maintenance; 18Mar71; MP21315.

PIPEVINE SWALLOWTAIL: LIFE CYCLE. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21340.

PITCH, STRESS AND JUNCTURE. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

PIZZA. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE PLACE OF BIRDS IN NATURE (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 423-1–423-2: How birds find food. 40 fr.–How birds raise their young. 40 fr.

Credits: Author-photographer, Jay Shuler.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 3Feb71; JP12922-12923.

PLANETS. See

MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

THE PLANNED SALES CALL. American Management Assn. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: Howard A. “Hap” Berrian.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21517.

PLANNING AND CONDUCTING A VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 1Dec70; A220474.

PLANTAR ASPECT OF THE FOOT. Teaching Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 13Jan71; MU8278.

PLANTS CHANGE. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

PLASTER MOLD MAKING. Pt. 1. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Polyurethane foam) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21397.

PLASTISOL. See

DIP CASTING.

ROTATIONAL MOLDING.

PLATING EXPERIMENT (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 3Mar71; JP13072.

PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH. Frank Bresee Productions. 7 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Production: John G. Marshall Co.

Credits: Producer, Frank Bresee; music, The Dillards.

© Frank Bresee Productions, Inc.; 20Aug70; LP38824.

PLYWOOD. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 12.

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA (Filmstrip) Media Plus. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With filmstrip guide, 24 p.

Contents: Unit: 1. The poetry of May Swenson. 80 fr. May Swenson, mini-lesson. 52 fr.–2. The poetry of Edward Field. 81 fr. Edward Field, mini-lesson. 39 fr.–3. The poetry of G. C. Oden. 63 fr. G. C. Oden, mini-lesson. 42 fr.

Credits: Photography editor, A. Grifalconi.

Appl. states 4 poems prev. pub.

© Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; A212132.

POETRY IS ALIVE & WELL & LIVING IN AMERICA. See

THE POETRY OF EDWARD FIELD.

THE POETRY OF G. C. ODEN.

THE POETRY OF MAY SWENSON.

THE POETRY OF EDWARD FIELD. Media Plus. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Poetry is alive & well & living in America) © Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; MP21307.

POETRY OF EDWARD FIELD. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

THE POETRY OF G. C. ODEN. Media Plus. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Poetry is alive & well & living in America) © Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; MP21308.

POETRY OF G. C. ODEN. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

THE POETRY OF MAY SWENSON. Media Plus. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Poetry is alive & well & living in America) © Media Plus, Inc.; 25Nov69; MP21306.

POETRY OF MAY SWENSON. See

POETRY IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN AMERICA.

POINT OF HONOR. See

THE LAWYERS.

POLARA CUSTOM, CHEVROLET IMPALA, FORD GALAXIE 500. See

COMPARISON SHOPPING.

POLK EXPANDS THE NATION. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

POLLUTION. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

POLYESTER RESINS. See

CLOSED MOLD CASTING.

EMBEDDING.

FLEXIBLE 3-D MOLD CASTING.

OPEN MOLD CASTING.

POLYSTYRENE BEADS. See

MOLDING.

POLYURETHANE FOAM. See

MOLDING.

PLASTER MOLD MAKING.

USING PLASTER MOLD.

THE POND ENVIRONMENT. I-IV. Thorne Films. 4 motion pictures (4 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21326-21329.

POPULATION STATISTICS. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

POPULATION TRENDS. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

POSITION FROM VELOCITY. Pt. 1. John Wiley & Sons. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer, Russell K. Hobbie.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21398.

POSITION FROM VELOCITY. Pt. 2. John Wiley & Sons. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer, Russell K. Hobbie.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21396.

POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12787.

POST OFFICE. King Screen Productions. 4 min., sd.; color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 4Dec70; MP21033.

THE POST-OBSERVATIONAL CONFERENCE. Eastern Regional Institute for Education. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Strategies for teacher-consultant cooperation) © ERIE a.a.d.o. Eastern Regional Institute for Education; 15Nov70; MP21273.

POST-SURGICAL CARE (Filmstrip) Decision Media. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Respiration. 129 fr.–Protecting the patient. 133 fr.–Shock. 104 fr.–Hemorrhage. 112 fr.–The heart. 106 fr.–Case studies. 137 fr.–Anesthesia. 109 fr.–I.V. therapy. 138 fr.

© Decision Media, Inc.; 17Feb71; JP13196-13203.

POWER. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE POWER SEEKERS. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

THE PRADO. National Broadcasting Co. 57 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Southern Baptist hour) Produced in association with Southern Baptist Convention’s Radio & Television Commission.

Credits: Producer, Doris Ann; director & photographer, Joseph Vadala; writer, Aline Saarinen; editor, John Teeple.

Cast: Sydney Walker, Ira Lewis, Harold Gould, Norman Rose.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21540.

PRAY LOVE REMEMBER, PRAY LOVE REMEMBER. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

PRE-CALL PLANNING. American Management Assn. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Howard A. “Hap” Berrian.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21511.

PREHISTORIC MAN. See

COLORADO: PREHISTORIC MAN.

PREHISTORIC SUPER SALESMAN. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; voices, Daws Butler & Grace Stafford; music, Walter Greene.

© Universal Pictures; 1Sep69; LP38564.

PREPARING A CUSTARD. See

PREPARING CUSTARD.

PREPARING A STEW. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21261.

PREPARING CAKE BATTER. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21235.

PREPARING CUSTARD. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. Appl. ti.: Preparing a custard. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21255.

PREPARING DOUGH. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21246.

PREPARING TO DECORATE A CAKE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21250.

PRESCHOOL VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL MISSION. See

DESIRED EXPERIENCES FOR FOURS AND FIVES.

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY. Set I: 1789-1865 (Filmstrip) Avi Associates. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Washington refuses a crown. 54 fr.–Jefferson buys Louisiana. 54 fr.–Jackson defeats the bank. 53 fr.–Polk expands the nation. 56 fr.–Lincoln emancipates the slaves. 53 fr. Produced in cooperation with Insight!, Inc. © Avi Associates, Inc.; 28Sep70; JP12802.

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY. Set II: 20th century (Filmstrip) Avi Associates. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Theodore Roosevelt builds a canal. 56 fr.–Franklin Roosevelt fights the depression. 57 fr.–Truman acts in Korea. 52 fr.–Eisenhower intervenes in Little Rock. 53 fr.–Kennedy confronts the Soviet Union. 52 fr. Produced in cooperation with Insight!, Inc. © Avi Associates, Inc.; 28Sep70; JP12801.

THE PRETTY LITTLE GIRL. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Francis Pollini.

Credits: Producer & screenplay, Gene Roddenberry; director, Roger Vadim; music, Lalo Schifrin; director of photography, Charles Rosher; film editor, Bill Brame.

Cast: Rock Hudson, Angie Dickinson, Telly Savalas, Roddy McDowall, Keenan Wynn.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 23Mar71; LP38904.

PRETTY STRONG STUFF FOR FIVE-YEAR-OLDS? (Filmstrip) Field Educational Publications. 109 fr., color, 35 mm. (Schools, families, neighborhoods) Appl. authors: John U. Michaelis & Ruth H. Grossman. © Field Educational Publications, Inc.; 21Nov69; A216465.

PREVENTING CHRONIC HEART DISEASE, AMERICA’S NO. 1 KILLER (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 72 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer, V. Joyce Lim.

Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Jan71; JP13013.

PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DENTAL DISEASE. See

CARE OF CHILDREN’S TEETH.

TRIGGER FOODS.

USE OF WATER IRRIGATORS.

PRICE OF WISDOM. See

LASSIE.

THE PRINCE FROG. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

PRINCE OF DARKNESS AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMATIC SAUSAGE LINKING. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21146.

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 85 fr., color, 35 mm. (Teaching transparencies for overhead projection) © United Transparencies, Inc.; 20Nov69; A227019.

PRINCIPLES OF CLUTCHES AND BANDS. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

PRINCIPLES OF PLANETARY GEARS. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

PRINCIPLES OF PROFESSIONAL SALESMANSHIP. See

CASE STUDY.

CUSTOMER COMMUNICATION.

CUSTOMER RELATIONS.

THE PLANNED SALES CALL.

PRE-CALL PLANNING.

THE PROBLEM-SOLVING SALESMAN.

SELLING WITH VISUALS.

TIME AND TERRITORY MANAGEMENT.

USING PSYCHOLOGY IN SELLING.

PRINTING. See

HOW A BOOK IS MADE.

PRISONER WITHIN. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Mirisch Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 125 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Phalanx production. Panavision. Based on the characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Produced in association with Sir Nigel Films.

Credits: Producer-director, Billy Wilder; screenplay, Billy Wilder, I. A. L. Diamond; music score, Miklos Rozsa; director of photography, Christopher Challis; film editor, Ernest Walter.

Cast: Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, Irene Handl, Stanley Holloway, Christopher Lee.

© Phalanx Productions, Inc. & Mirisch Productions, Inc.; 29Oct70; LP38886.

PROBABILITY. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davison Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21097.

THE PROBLEM-SOLVING SALESMAN. American Management Assn. 50 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Mack Hanan.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21513.

PROBLEMS OF CONSERVATION: WILDLIFE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Environment in crisis) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Nov70; MP21279.

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With manual, 18 l.

Contents: Introduction. 54 fr.–Housing. 54 fr.–Pollution. 53 fr.–Urban renewal. 51 fr.–Transportation problems. 53 fr.–Social problems. 53 fr.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Edward Dubrowsky.

Appl. ti.: Problem of our cities.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 15Nov69; A216915.

PROCEDURES FOR ENTERING AND LEAVING THE ISOLATION UNIT. Comprenetics. 14 min., sd., color, 8 mm. (Housekeeping series) Loop film. © Comprenetics, Inc.; 5Oct70; MP21464.

PRODUCER. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

PRODUCT AND PROGRAM POWER FOR ’71 (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Parts & Accessories Dept. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 1Jun71; JU12879.

PRODUCT OF TWO NEGATIVE NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21092.

PROFILE OF A RACE DRIVER. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. Released by Universal Pictures. 2 reels, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, William N. Burch.

Cast: Billy Vukovich, Mario Andretti, Joe Leonard, Rufus Parnelli Jones.

© Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.; 1Jan68; LP38563.

PROFILE OF DISSENT. See

CBS REPORTS.

PROJECT REJECT. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1May69; LP38548.

PROMOTING COOPERATION. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

PROTECTING THE PATIENT. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

PROTEIN. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

PTYALIN. Thorne Films, 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Enzyme action) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21404.

PUERTO RICO AND THE PUERTO RICANS (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Content guide for teachers, 22 l.

Contents: Pt. 1-2: The Puerto Ricans. 54 fr.–Puerto Rico. 59 fr.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 15Nov69; A216914.

PUFNSTUF. Sid & Marty Krofft Productions. Released by Universal Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Jack Wild, Billie Hayes, Roberto Gamonet, Sharon Baird, Johnny Silver.

© Universal Pictures & Sid & Marty Krofft Productions, Inc.; 4Jun70; LP38935.

PULSE OF LIFE. Health Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, David Myron Young; director of photography, Elwyn Spaulding; script supervisor, Ruth Heitman.

Cast: Mervyn G. Hardinge.

© Health Productions; 26Apr71; MU8316.

PUNCHED CARD DATA PROCESSING SERIES. See

THE ACCOUNTING MACHINE.

THE CARD PUNCH.

PURE PONTIACS–CATALINA AND BONNEVILLE (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12791.

THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. Columbia Pictures. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book by Thomas Rogers.

Credits: Producer, David Susskind; director, Robert Mulligan; screenplay, by Jon Boothe, George L. Sherman; music, Dave Grusin; director of photography, Dick Kratina; film editor, Folmar Blangsted.

Cast: Michael Sarrazin, Barbara Hershey, Arthur Hill, Ruth White, E. G. Marshall.

© T.A. Films-Norton Simon, Inc.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP38783.

THE PUTT. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation; 15Mar71; MP21488.

Q
QUADRATIC EQUATIONS. R. A. Hermens. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © R. A. Hermens; 17Nov70; MP21105.

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Quality Bakers of America Cooperative. Approx. 60 sec. each unless otherwise indicated, sd., color, 16 mm. © Quality Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc. Girl. 30 sec. © 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21361.

Protein. 30 sec. © 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21362.

Silhouettes. © 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21363.

QUE DEBO HACER. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

A QUECHUA VILLAGE: IN PERU (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Man in his environment, 520-1)

Credits: Author-photographer, Jay Shuler.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Dec70; JP12843.

QUESTION OF VALUES. See

CBS REPORTS.

R
RADIATION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CANCER. American Cancer Society. Made by Campus Film Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 2Sep70; LP38872.

RAID ON ROMMEL. Universal Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Richard Burton, Carl Otto Alberty, Clinton Greyn, John Colicos, Danielle de Metz.

© Universal Pictures; 19Feb71; LP39051.

RALPH WALDO EMERSON. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

RANGER. See

DRAGNET 1970.

RANSOM. See

IRONSIDE.

RAPHAEL (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 17 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Ju167; JP12931.

RARE OCCASION. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 24.

RATHSKELLER. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RATIO. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21077.

RATIONAL NUMBERS. See

MATHEMATICS.

LA RAZA: THE STORY OF MEXICAN-AMERICANS. Fred Ward Productions. 39 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Fred Ward. © Fred Ward Productions, Inc.; 22Feb71; MP21226.

REACH OUT. FilmFair Communications. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Trend film. Based on the book I reach to the morning. © FilmFair, Inc.; 10Mar71; MP21456.

REACTION TO STRESS (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. (Health science) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13085.

READING SKILLS. See

VOWELS AND THEIR SOUNDS.

REAL ESTATE APPRAISER. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT TRAINEES. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

THE REBEL PRIEST. Filmvideo Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & writer, Maurice Zouary; medieval footage director, Hans Kyser; music director, Arthur Lief; medieval footage photographers, S. Wangoe & O. Ewald.

Cast: Eugene Kloepfer, Elsa Wagner, Karl Elzer & Jacob Tiedke.

© Filmvideo Corp. & Maurice H. Zouary; 15Feb70 (in notice: 1969); MP21031.

RECEIPT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

RECIPROCALS–MULTIPLICATIVE INVERSES. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21081.

THE RECKONING. Columbia (British) Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 108 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel The harp that once, by Patrick Hall.

Credits: Producer, Ronald Sheldo; director, Jack Gold; screenplay, John McGrath; music composer & conductor, Arnold Malcolm; photographer, Geoffrey Unsworth; editor, Peter Weatherley.

Cast: Nicol Williamson, Rachel Roberts, Paul Rogers, Zena Walker, Ann Bell.

© Columbia (British) Productions, Ltd.; 1Nov70 (in notice: 1969); LP38926.

THE RECORD MAKERS. Lee Mendelson Film Productions. 60 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Based on the Guiness book of world records.

Credits: Director, Sheldon Fay, Jr.; writers, Lee Mendelson & Flip Wilson; narrator, Flip Wilson.

NM: compilation & additions.

© Lee Mendelson Film Productions, Inc.; 2Apr71; LP39036.

RECOVERY AFTER MASTECTOMY. American Cancer Society. Made by Campus Film Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 19Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP38877.

RED CARPET FAST TELLER SERVICE (Filmstrip) Training Dept., Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn. 99 fr., color, 35 mm. © Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn.; 30Jul70; JP12956.

RED SKY AT MORNING. Universal Pictures. 113 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon the novel by Richard Bradford.

Cast: Richard Crenna, Claire Bloom, Richard Thomas, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Cathy Burns.

© Universal Pictures; 13May71 (in notice: 1970); LP39055.

REFLECTIONS IN A POND. Journal Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. 25Apr65 & prev. pub. 15Dec64, MP15113. NM: revision & additions. © Reinald Werrenrath, Jr.; 15Jan71; MP21450.

REFLECTIONS ON TIME. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 2Sep69; MP21026.

REGINALD MARSH’S PRINTS: A VISUAL STUDY. Norman Sasowsky. 6 min., sd., b&w, 8 mm. © Norman Sasowsky; 12Oct70; MU8263.

RELIGION, MONTESSORI AND THE HOME (Filmstrip) Benziger, Inc. 83 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 19 p. Appl. author: Jeannine Schmid. © Benziger, Inc.; 10Jun70; A227233.

RELIGIONS AND CULTURE OF ISRAEL. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

THE REMAINDER IN DIVISION. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21084.

REPLAY. Concepts Unlimited. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Concepts Unlimited, Inc.; 11Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21388.

A REPRESENTATIVE HOG CARCASS BREAKDOWN. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21152.

REQUIREMENTS IN THE WORLD OF JOBS. See

JOB OPPORTUNITIES NOW.

RESEARCH SKILLS: CHOOSING AND NARROWING A TOPIC (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 29 fr., color, 35 mm. (English)

Credits: Planner & writer, Blair Ceniceros.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District; 15Feb70; JP12906.

RESEARCH SKILLS: PLANNING THE PAPER (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (English)

Credits: Planner & writer, Jerry La Mattery.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District; 15Feb70; JP12905.

RESOLVIENDO PROBLEMAS PERSONALES. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

RESPIRATION. See

AEROBIC RESPIRATION.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON YEAST METABOLISM.

FERMENTATION.

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

RETAIL FOOD STORE CLERK. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

RETAIL STORE DEPARTMENT HEAD. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

RETURN HOME. See

LASSIE.

RETURN TO FIJI. See

IRONSIDE.

REVOLUTION? John Wiley & Sons. Made by Filmfair Communications. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 3Oct69; MP21448.

RHYTHMIC BALL SKILLS FOR PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR DEVELOPMENT. Martin Moyer Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Richard L. Hawk; collaborators, Paul Smith, Dennis D. Meyer.

Appl. author: Martin Moyer.

© Martin Moyer Productions; 25Jan71; MP21177.

RIBBON AND CHECKERBOARD SANDWICHES. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films. Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21241.

RICH MAN, POOR MAN. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

RING. See

DRAGNET 1970.

RING OF DARKNESS. See

GUNSMOKE.

RIO LOBO. Malabar Productions. Released by Cinema Center Films. 114 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A National General Picture release.

Credits: Producer & director, Howard Hawks; screenplay, Burton Wohl & Leigh Brackett; music, Jerry Goldsmith.

Cast: John Wayne, Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O’Neil, Jack Elam, Victor French.

© Malabar Productions, Inc.; 6Nov70; LP39047.

THE RISE AND FALL OF SOVEREIGN ISRAEL (1000 TO 586 B.C.) See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

ROAD BACK. See

LASSIE.

ROBBERY–THE HARASSING WIFE. See

DRAGNET 1970.

ROBERTO ROSSELLINI’S SICILY: PORTRAIT OF AN ISLAND. National Broadcasting Co. 59 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © National Broadcasting Co., Inc; 22Oct68; MP21104.

ROBINSNEST CRUSOE. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

ROCK AND ROLL WITH THE SAFETY PATROL. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety; 6May71; LP39160.

THE ROCKY COAST ENVIRONMENT. I-III. Thorne Films. 3 motion pictures (4 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21316-21318.

ROD RUDSTROM’S VARIATIONS ON THE WESTERMAN TECHNIQUE. R. C. Westerman. 12 min., si., color, 16 mm. © R. C. Westerman; 22Nov70; MP21455.

ROLAND AND RATFINK. See

TRICK OR RETREAT.

ROMAN FROM IOWA. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

ROME AND JERUSALEM. See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

RONCO SPLATTER SCREEN. Ronco Teleproducts. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ronco Teleproducts, Inc.; 14Oct70; MP21232.

THE ROOT OF EVIL. See

MAYA.

ROOTS OF FEAR. See

GUNSMOKE.

ROOTS OF OUR URBAN PROBLEMS. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

ROSE IS SIXTEEN. See

OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.

ROSIE’S WALK. Weston Woods Studios. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the book written & illustrated by Pat Hutchins. Appl. author: Morton Schindel. © Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 20Dec70; LP38776.

ROTATIONAL MOLDING. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Plastisol, no. 719) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21293.

ROUGH BRUNCH. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 3Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP39176.

ROUGH RIDERS. See

[JACKSON BREWING CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

ROUNDING. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21089.

THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN. Cinema Center Films. Released by National General Pictures. 120 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Royal Films production. Based upon the play by Peter Shaffer. Produced with Benmar Productions.

Credits: Producers, Eugene Frenke, Philip Yordan; director, Irving Lerner; screenplay, Philip Yordan; editor, Peter Parasheles; costume designer, Anthony Powell.

Cast: Robert Shaw, Christopher Plummer, Nigel Davenport, Michael Craig, Leonard Whiting.

© Security Pictures, Inc.; 2Oct69; LP38736.

RUBBISH, GARBAGE AND OTHER TRASH. Costello Productions. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Lothar Spree & Recha Jungmann. © Costello Productions, division of J. C. Vending Machines, Inc. & Lothar Spree; 8Mar71; MU8312.

RUNAWAY. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

RUNNING. Philip Kearney. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Philip Kearney; 18Nov70; MP21531.

RURAL LIFE OF ITS PEOPLE, PT. 1-3. See

JAPAN.

S
S.I.U.–THE RING. See

DRAGNET 1970.

S.W.A.T. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 14.

SAFETY’S NO ACCIDENT (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 112 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 71-6) © Chrysler Corp.; 19Mar71; JP13065.

A SAINT OF TRAVELLERS. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

SALES & MARKETING (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 75 fr., color, 35 mm. (Teaching transparencies for overhead projection) © United Transparencies, Inc.; 20Jan70 (in notice: 1969): A231220.

SALES ASSOCIATE. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

SALUD EN LA ESCUELA Y TU. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

A SALUTE TO VOLUNTEERS. American Cancer Society. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 16Dec70; LP38875.

SAMURAI. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 9.

SAN FRANCISCO: FINANCIAL COMMUNITY. See

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES.

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDS. Soundings. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Clair & Barbara Calhoon. © Soundings; 15Dec70; MP21134.

THE SAND EXPLOSION SHOT. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation, Inc.; 15Mar71; MP21489.

SANDRO BOTTICELLI (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 17 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12938.

THE SANDY BEACH ENVIRONMENT. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21480.

SANITATION OF AUTOMATIC SAUSAGE LINKERS. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 2 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21151.

SANITATION OF SKINNING MACHINES. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 2 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 7Oct70; MP21158.

SAY HELLO TO YESTERDAY. Cinerama. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From an original story by Alvin Rakoff & Ray Mathew.

Credits: Producer, Josef Shaftel; director, Alvin Rakoff; screenplay by Alvin Rakoff, Peter King; music composer, Riz Ortolani; editor, Ralph Sheldon.

Cast: Jean Simmons, Leonard Whiting, Evelyn Laye, John Lee, Jack Woolgar.

© Cinerama, Inc.; 31Jan71 (in notice 1970); LP38975.

SCAG. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Concept Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Concept Films, Inc.; 21Sep70; MP21025.

SCAG. Peter Wathen-Dunn. 1 reel, si., b&w and color, 16 mm.

Cast: Thomas Febonio, Tamara Curwin, Roger Carmody.

© Peter Wathen-Dunn; 4Mar71; LU3608.

THE SCALPHUNTERS. Norlan Productions & Bristol Pictures. Released by United Artists Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Cast: Burt Lancaster, Armando Silvestre, Ossie Davis, Shelly Winters, Telly Savalas.

© Norlan Productions, Inc. & Bristol Pictures, Inc.; 2Apr68; LP38906.

SCHOOL. Gould Pictures Corp. Made by Communications Group West. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Arthur Gould. © Gould Pictures Corp.; 10Nov70; LP38789.

SCHOOLS, FAMILIES, NEIGHBORHOODS. See

PRETTY STRONG STUFF FOR FIVE-YEAR-OLDS.

SCIENCE AND ART OF WINE MAKING. Wine Institute. Made by Roy Grandey Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Roy Grandey. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr68, MP18092. NM: revision. © Wine Institute; 26Sep68; MP21038.

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: FS101-FS106: Animals of every kind. 43 fr.–How animals move. 43 fr.–Plants change. 40 fr.–All about seeds. 40 fr.–What’s living there? 40 fr.–What is air? 39 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 4Jan71; JP13000-13005.

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD (Filmstrip) Milliken Pub. Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: FS 201. The weather. 50 fr.–FS 202. The green plants.

49 fr.–FS 203. The vertebrate animals. 48 fr.–FS 204. The solar system. 45 fr.–FS 205 The story of rocks. 48 fr.–FS 206. Electrical energy. 48 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Cameron McKay; curriculum consultant, Ann Wilson; science consultant, Edward Ortleb.

© Milliken Pub. Co.; 4Jan71; JP13189-13194.

SCOTLAND YARD: THE GOLDEN THREAD. National Broadcasting Co. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Lucy Jarvis; director, Frank Cvitanovich; writer, Sidney Carroll; director of photography, James Allen; film editors, Kenneth Shea, Darold Murray.

Cast: David Niven.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 20Mar71; MP21459.

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. Hearst Metrotone News. Approx. 15 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Hearst Metrotone News, Inc.

v. 12, issue

1. A walk on the moon. Color. © 11Sep69; MP21201.

2. The changing face of Eastern Europe. © 24Sep69; MP21202.

3. The bear, the dragon: Who is number one? © 20Oct69; MP21203.

4. Down on the farm. © 12Nov69; MP21366.

5. From enemy to ally. © 8Dec69; MP21367.

6. America–1970. Color. © 5Jan70; MP21200.

7. From Kitty Hawk to jumbo jet. © 2Feb70; MP21204.

8. Conquest of a continent. © 2Mar70; MP21206.

9. Focus on Laos. © 6Apr70; MP21205.

SCREWDRIVERS, WRENCHES, SHEET METAL & WELDING. See

SHOP SAFETY.

SCROOGE. Waterbury Films & Cinema Center Films. Released by National General Pictures. 113 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on A Christmas carol, by Charles Dickens.

Credits: Producer, Robert H. Solo; director, Ronald Neame; screenplay, music & lyrics by Leslie Bricusse; music conductor & supervisor, Ian Fraser; director of photography, Oswald Morris; film editor, Peter Weatherley.

Cast: Albert Finney, Alec Guinness, Edith Evans, Kenneth More, Laurence Naismith.

© Cinema Center Films, Inc.; 24Oct70; LP39148.

SEA HARE. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21323.

SEASHORE. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

SECRET. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SECRET AGENT WOODY WOODPECKER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1May67; LP38899.

THE SECRET DAY. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

THE SECRET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG. Universal Pictures. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Producer, Hal E. Chester; director, Jack Smight; music composer, Carlo Rustichelli; screenplay, Peter Stone & Frank Tarloff; director of photography, Russell Metty; film editor, J. Terry Williams.

Cast: Paul Newman, Sylva Koscina, Andrew Duggan, Tom Bosley, John Williams.

© Universal Pictures & Albion Film Corp.; 27Apr67; LP39024.

SEEING EASTERN EUROPE (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Countries and resources. 54 fr.–Agriculture. 55 fr.–Industry and commerce. 57 fr.–Peoples and cultures. 55 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, George W. Hoffman.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Oct70; JP12900.

SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Land and climate. 51 fr.–Natural resources. 52 fr.–Agriculture and fishing. 55 fr.–Industry. 52 fr.–Shipping and commerce. 54 fr.–People and history. 52 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Robert Warren Durrenberger.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 11Dec70; JP12896.

SELF-UNDERSTANDING (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey, lesson 2) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13103.

THE SELFISH GIANT. Reiner Films. Released by Weston Woods Studios. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. From the fairy tale by Oscar Wilde.

Credits: Narrator, Charles Cioffi; illustrators, Gertraud & Walter Reiner; music composer, Karl Feilitzch.

© Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 20May71; LP39031.

SELLING WITH VISUALS. American Management Assn. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Porter Henry.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21515.

SEMI-AUTOMATIC SAUSAGE LINKING, TOWNSEND DB-4A. Iowa State University. Made by Film Production Unit & Dept. of Animal Science. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented by Townsend Engineering Co. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 9Oct70; MP21148.

A SENSE OF OWNERSHIP (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 67 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 21Apr71; JP13150.

SEPARATING AND COMPROMISING RISKS. Aetna Life & Casualty. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Drivavision. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 30Apr71; MP21607.

SERAFINO. R.P.A., Rizzoli Film & Francoriz; English version produced by Titan Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 94 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Angelo Rizzoli; director, Pietro Germi; screenplay, Leo Benvenuti & others; music, Carlo Rustichelli, conductor, Bruno Nicolai; director of photography, Aiace Parolin; editor, Sergio Montanari.

Cast: Adriano Celentano, Ottavia Piccolo, Benjamin Lev, Nazareno Natale, Ciosue Ippolito.

Appl. states prev. pub. abroad, 5Jan69. NM: revisions & English subtitles.

© Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 4May70 (in notice: 1959); LP39044.

SERGEANT RYKER. Roncom Films. Released by Universal Pictures. 85 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Frank Telford; director, Buzz Kulik; screenplay, Seeleg Lester & William D. Gordon; story, Seeleg Lester; music, Johnny Williams; director of photography, Walter Strenge; film editor, Robert B. Warwick.

Cast: Lee Marvin, Bradford Dillman, Peter Graves, Vera Miles, Lloyd Nolan.

© Roncom Films, Inc.; 2Mar68 (in notice: 1963); LP38592.

SERVICING THE BENDIX DUO-SERVO BRAKE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 38 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, F-2A) Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott. © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 15Dec69; JP12822.

THE SETTLEMENT OF ISRAEL (13TH TO 11TH CENTURIES B.C.) See

THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

A SEVERED HEAD. Winkast Film Productions [England] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Iris Murdoch & the play by Iris Murdoch & J. B. Priestley.

Credits: Producer, Alan Ladd, Jr.; director, Dick Clement; screenplay, Frederic Raphael; music, Stanley Myers; photographer, Austin Dempster; film editor, Peter Weatherley.

Cast: Lee Remick, Richard Attenborough, Ian Holm, Claire Bloom, Jennie Linden.

© Winkast Film Productions, Ltd.; 21Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LF79.

THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

SHAKESPEARE’S STRATFORD (Filmstrip) Perfection Form Co. 37 fr., color 35 mm. © Perfection Form Co.; 30Sep70; JP12851.

[SHAKEY’S, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Shakey’s. Made by Petersen Co. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Foote, Cone & Belding Advertising, Inc. © Shakey’s, Inc., subsidiary of Great Western United Corp.

Goldilocks. XGPS0170. © 26Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP38923.

THE SHAKIEST GUN IN THE WEST. Universal Pictures. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Based on the screenplay by Edmund Hartmann & Frank Tashlin.

Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, Alan Rafkin; screenplay by Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum; music, Vic Mizzy; director of photography, Andrew Jackson; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

Cast: Don Knotts, Barbara Rhoades, Jackie Coogan, Donald Barry, Ruth McDevitt.

© Universal Pictures; 11May67; LP58822.

SHAPING AND FASTENING. See

METALWORKING.

SHAPING YEAST ROLLS. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21252.

THE SHATTERED IMAGE. See

THE LAWYERS.

SHELVIN HALL, MINISTER. See

BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.

THE SHERIFF. Screen Gems. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Marvin Worth Productions.

Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, David Lowell Rich; writer, Arnold Perl; cameraman, Emil Oster.

Cast: Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Kaz Garas, Lynda Day, Kyle Johnson.

© Screen Gems, division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 30Mar71; LP38905.

THE SHIELD. National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Made by Harvest Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Leo Trachtenberg Appl. states prev. reg. 14May70, prev. pub. 12May70, MP20454. NM: revision & addition, © Harvest Films, Inc.; 27Mar71; MP21381.

SHIFT QUALITY AND LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 82 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 16Nov70; JP12889.

SHIP A’HOY WOODY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Dal McKennon; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Aug69; LP38553.

A SHIPIBO VILLAGE ON THE UPPER AMAZON (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 45 fr., color, 35 mm. (Man in his environment, 520-2)

Credits: Author-photographer, Jay Shuler.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Dec70; JP12844.

SHIPPING AND COMMERCE. See-SEEING

THE PACIFIC STATES.

SHIPS NORTH TO PRUDHOE BAY. Pal Productions. Distributed by King Screen Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 14May71; MP21603.

SHOCK. See

POST-SURGICAL CARE.

SHOOT–DON’T SHOOT. Woroner Films. 25 min., sd., color. (Officer training) © Woroner Films, Inc.; 12May71; MU8319.

SHOOTING. See

DRAGNET 1970.

SHOP SAFETY (Filmstrip) Moreland-Latchford Productions. [Canada] Made by Coronet Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Filmstrip guide, 11 p.

Contents: Think safety. 46 fr.–General shop hazards. 52 fr.–Hand saws, chisels fr files. 49 fr.–Screwdrivers, wrenches, sheet metal & welding, 40 fr.–Grinders, routers, power saws & jointers. 49 fr.–Drill presses & lathes. 47 fr.

© Moreland-Latchford Productions, Ltd.; 16Sep70; JF1.

SHOPLIFT. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 175.

SHOPPING CENTER. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

THE SHORT APPROACH: PITCH AND RUN SHOT, PITCH SHOT. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation, Inc.; 15Mar71; MP21487.

SHOT AND SCENE. Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany. Art & Nature, distributor. 7 min., sd.; color, 16 mm. (Film thru film) © Gerald F. Noxon & Peter J. Chvany; 21Sep70; MP21162.

SHOTPUT AND DISCUS. Coca-Cola Co. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. A Dick Borden production. © Coca-Cola Co.; 1Jun70; MP21491.

SIERRA LEONE. Carrickford Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Industries. 10 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Sheila Carrickford; narrator, Carl Conway; photographer, George Noble; editor, Michael Dunk.

© Carrickford Productions, Ltd.; 1Oct70 (in notice: 1969); MP21137.

SILENT NIGHT: A CHRISTMAS LEGEND (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) Based on Unsere Volkstuemliche Lieder, by August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben. With Teacher’s guide and reading script, 1 v.

Credits: Illustrator, Eugene Almquist.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 18Sep70; A236142.

SILENTS PLEASE. See

BLOOD AND SAND.

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE.

DRACULA.

FALL OF BABYLON.

SILHOUETTES. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SILICONE RUBBER. See

MOLD MAKING.

THE SILLY SANDMAN. See

TOM TERRIFIC.

A SIMPLE QUESTION OF JUSTICE. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

SINGER EDUCATION & TRAINING PRODUCTS. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

THE GIFT OF THE MAGI.

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES NOW.

LEARNING TO USE A SEWING MACHINE.

METALWORKING.

MUSICAL ADVENTURES.

SILENT NIGHT: A CHRISTMAS LEGEND.

THE THANKSGIVING STORY.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

THE VIRGINIAN.

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES.

SISTERS. See

GUNSMOKE.

SIX KILOS. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

6218 IN WINTER. Sunday River Productions. 20 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 25May71; MP21614.

6218 TO LINDSAY, APRIL 1970. Sunday River Productions. 17 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions; 20Jan71; MP21228.

SKI FOR TWO. Foster Films. Released by Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Feb67; LP38524.

SKIN GAME. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SKIS. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 8.

SKULLDUGGERY. Universal Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Saul David; director, Martin Fink; screenplay, Nelson Gidding; music, Oliver Nelson; director of photography, Robert Moreno; film editor, John Woodcock.

Cast: Burt Reynolds, Susan Clark, Roger C. Camel, Paul Hubschmid, Chips Rafferty.

© Universal Pictures; 11Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38937.

SKY IS FALLING. See

LASSIE.

THE SLAVE EXPERIENCE. Doubleday Multimedia. 10 min., sd., 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, a division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21444.

SLEEPY TIME BEAR. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1Dec69; LP38556.

SLIPPER. See

[WAYNE DOG FOOD TELEVISION COMMERCIAL]

SMALL MUSEUMS AND RESTORATIONS. See

A MUSEUM IS A PLACE TO LEARN.

SMALL WOOD ASSEMBLAGE. See

FLOWER FORMS.

SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY (Filmstrip) Cathedral Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 1-6: Meet Smokey Bear. 67 fr.–Animals in the forest. 62 fr.–A picnic in the forest. 60 fr.–A hike in the forest. 60 fr.–Being careful with fire. 50 fr.–All things bright and beautiful. 58 fr.

Credits: Director, Jack L. Tyler; graphic art, Vaccaro Associates; voices, Marcy Tigner, Jackson Weaver.

© Cathedral Films, Inc.; 30Sep70; JP12924.

SNATCHERS. See

THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY.

SNOWMOBILES (Filmstrip) Bowmar Pub. Corp. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 32 p.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar Pub. Corp. solely owned by Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71 (in notices: on booklet: 1970, on filmstrip: 1971); A224990.

SNOWMOBILES (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 32 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71; JP12872.

SO PROUDLY WE HAILED. See

OUR FLAG TODAY.

SOCIAL PROBLEMS. See

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

SOFTBALL. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Foote, Cone & Belding. © Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; 10Oct70; MP21057.

THE SOLAR SYSTEM. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

SOLDER REPAIR (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, J-2A)

Credits: Planner & writer, Paul Wells.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13093.

SOLID GOLD PIE. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

SOLID SAMPLING. See

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY.

SOLID WASTE, A NEW POLLUTANT. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

SOLVING IMPASSES IN EDUCATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS. Negotiations Management Service, division of Educational Service Bureau. Made by Astrafilms. 35 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Service Bureau, Inc.; 7Jan70; MP21189.

SOLVING PAIRS OF EQUATIONS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21095.

SOME ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS. See

THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.

SOMETHING FOR A RAINY DAY. Dun & Bradstreet. Made by Audio Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Economics and the individual) © Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21192.

SON. See

DRAGNET 1970.

SON OF THUNDER. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21351.

SORRY SIGNORINA! Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Feb68; LP38528.

SOUND LIKE THUNDER. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 103.

THE SOUND OF POETRY. DLG Productions & Corke Snyder Associates. Presented by Doubleday Multimedia. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © DLG Productions & Corke Synder [i.e., Snyder] Associates; 15Dec69; MP21445.

SOUTH PACIFIC CLOUD PATTERNS I. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21560.

SOUTHERN BAPTIST HOUR. See

THE PRADO.

SPACE SCIENCE: THE SUN AS A STAR. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21042.

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT I] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: S-134. ¿Que debo hacer? 31 fr.–S-137. Vamos a mirar por nuestra salud. 28 fr.–S-138. La salud en la escuela y tu. 27 fr.–S-145. La gatita que desobedecio. 31 fr.–S-156. Los modales son importantes. 31 fr.–S-189. Resolviendo problemas personales. Traducido del ingles por Carlos Rivera. 31 fr.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 1Nov68; JP12909.

SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS. See

MAN AND THE FOREST: SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS.

SPECIALTY RETAIL SALES. See

A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.

SPEECH, 1-A. See

GESTURE.

SPINIGIG (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 35 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 1May71; JP13160.

SPIRIT OF THE RENAISSANCE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Humanities) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 28Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21566.

SPIROGYRA: STRUCTURE AND LIFE FUNCTIONS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep70; MP21043.

SPRING COMES TO THE POND. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21051.

SPRING VACATION. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

STALKER. See

LASSIE.

STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE. Case study no. 3. American Management Assn. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21505.

STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE. Case study no. 3. American Management Assn. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (How to improve individual manager performance) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 6Aug69; MP21508.

THE STARS THROUGH THE SEASONS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Oct70; MP21052.

THE STATUE. Cinerama. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 86 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the play Chip, chip, chip, by Alec Coppel.

Credits: Producer, Anis Nohra; director, Rod Amateau; screenplay by Alec Coppel & Denis Norden; music composer & conductor, Riz Ortolani; director of photography, Piero Portalupi; editor, Ernest Hosler.

Cast: David Niven, Virna Lisi, Robert Vaughn, Ann Bell, Mircha Carven.

© Cinerama, Inc.; 31Dec70; LP39026.

STEAM-A-WAY. Castle Advertising Agency. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Castle Advertising, Inc., a.k.a. Castle Advertising Agency, Inc.; 2Apr70; MP21467.

STICKS AND SCRAPS. See

FLOWER FORMS.

STILL. See

GUNSMOKE.

STILL LIFE. See

WATERCOLOR.

STORIES FOR JOINING IN (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Henny Penny. 45 fr.–The three little pigs. 48 fr.–The gingerbread boy. 42 fr.–The little red hen 46 fr.–The three Billy Goats Gruff. 42 fr.–The three bears. 42 fr.

Credits: Script, Richard P. Creyke.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Dec70; JP12898.

STORM DEVELOPMENT. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21561.

THE STORY BEHIND THE FEATURES. Westinghouse Electric Corp. Made by Jam Handy Productions, division of T.T.P. Corp. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8310.

STORY OF A WOMAN. Westward Productions. Released by Universal Pictures. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, director, writer, Leonardo Bercovici; music score, John Williams; director of photography, Piero Portalupi; film editor, Milton Shifman.

Cast: Robert Stack, James Farentino, Bibi Anderson, Annie Giradot, Didi Perego.

© Westward Productions, Inc.; 11Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38936.

THE STORY OF CAESAR RODNEY. Andrew N. Wyeth. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Andrew N. Wyeth; 21Dec70; LU3604.

STORY OF MR. MILKPOPPLE. See

THE GRASSHOPPER MAN STORIES.

THE STORY OF ROCKS. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

STORY OF RUFUS. See

THE GRASSHOPPER MAN STORIES.

THE STORY OF TALLAHASSEE BEFORE 1860 (Filmstrip) Junior League of Tallahassee. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. © Junior League of Tallahassee, Inc,; 23Mar71; JP13028.

THE STORY OF WILLIAM’S TELL. Pt. 1-2 (Filmstrip) Graded Press. Made by Division of Curriculum Resources, General Board of Education, United Methodist Church. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 23 fr.; pt. 2, 37 fr.) in 1 roll, color, 35 mm. With Leader’s guide & Reading script, 1 v. Produced through Trafco. © Graded Press; 1Jul69; A205084.

STOWAWAY. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

STRATEGIES FOR TEACHER-CONSULTANT COOPERATION. See

OBSERVING CLASSROOM TEACHING.

THE POST-OBSERVATIONAL CONFERENCE.

STUDY LESSON FOR CLASSROOM OBSERVATION.

STREAM. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

THE STREAM ENVIRONMENT. I-III. Thorne Films. 3 motion pictures (4 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21330-21332.

STREAMS AND PONDS. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

STRENGTHENING AND IMPROVING MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey, lesson 18) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13091.

THE STRONGER. Doubleday Multimedia, Doubleday & Co. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the play by August Strindberg.

Credits: Director, Jeffrey Young; photographer, James Rieser.

Cast: Viveca Lindfors.

© Jeffrey Young; 15Oct70 (in notice: 1969); MP21483.

STRYKER. See

GUNSMOKE.

STUDENT. See

DRAGNET 1970.

STUDY LESSON FOR CLASSROOM OBSERVATION. Eastern Regional Institute for Education. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Strategies for teacher-consultant cooperation) © ERIE a.a.d.o. Eastern Regional Institute for Education; 15Nov70; MP21280.

STUDY WITH NO SWEAT. Pt. 1: How to take notes (Filmstrip) Laia Hanau. Made by Matt Farrell Productions. 146 fr., color, 35 mm. © Laia Hanau; 12Jan71; JU12744.

STUFFING AND TRUSSING A CHICKEN. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21259.

STYLE. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

A STYLE ALL YOUR OWN. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

THE SUBSTITUTE. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

SUBTRACTING WITH FRACTIONS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21079.

SUBTRACTING WITH MIXED NUMERALS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21080.

SUBTRACTION. Macmillan Co. Made by Davidson Films. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Macmillan school mathematics program) © Macmillan Co.; 31Dec69; MP21059.

SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS. General Learning Corp. Distributed by Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Appl. author: General Learning Corp., employer for hire. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21065.

SUCCEEDING AT WORK (Filmstrip) United Transparencies. 110 fr., color, 35 mm. (Teaching transparencies for overhead projection) © United Transparencies, Inc.; 22Jul69; A227018.

SUMMER ALONG THE SAN JUAN. Sunday River Productions. 32 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Denver & Rio Grande: Narrow gauge over Cumbres) Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 17Sep70; MP21197.

THE SUMMIT-5 AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

SUN, MOON, AND EARTH. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

THE SUPERFICIAL BACK. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Guides to dissection) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 26Feb71; MU8294.

SUPERSTITION CANYON. See

LASSIE.

THE SUPERVISOR AS A REPRESENTATIVE. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS (Filmstrip) Better Management Methods. Made by AuViCation. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Interpreting company policies. 110 fr.–Maintaining discipline. 102 fr.–The supervisor’s job. 99 fr.–Handling grievances. 99 fr.–Induction and job instruction. 111 fr.–The supervisor as a representative. 102 fr.–Transfer, promotion and training for responsibility. 102 fr.–Promoting cooperation. 97 fr.

© Better Management Methods a.a.d.o. Rocket Pictures, Inc. (in notice: Rocket Pictures, Inc.); 2Nov70; JP12965.

THE SUPERVISOR’S JOB. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

SUPERVISORY TECHNIQUES. Brigham Young University, Motion Picture Dept. 32 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 1Jan71; LP39018.

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER. Cherokee Productions & Brigade Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Bill Finnegan; director, Burt Kennedy; screenplay, James Edward Grant; director of photography, Harry Stradling; film editor, Bill Gulick.

Cast: James Garner, Suzanne Pleshette, Harry Morgan, Joan Blondell, Jack Elam.

© Cherokee Productions & Brigade Productions, Inc.; 26May71; LP39155.

SURESAFE RETRACTABLE LADDERS. East-West Films. 1 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © East-West Films; 10Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21270.

SURVEY OF VARIATIONS IN THE SEXUAL PROCESS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

SURVIVAL. See

LASSIE.

THE SURVIVAL SCHOOL AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE SURVIVORS. Universal Television & Harold Robbins Co. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. © Harold Robbins Co. & Universal Television.

Chap.

1. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; director, Walter Doniger; teleplay, John Wilder & Michael Gleason. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Diana Muldaur. © 27Sep69; LP39048.

2. Credits: Director, Harvey Hart. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Louis Hayward. © 4Oct69; LP39097.

3. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; directors, Curtis Harrington & George Fenady; teleplay, Walter Michaeljohn; story, Richard Caffey. Cast: George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Lana Turner, Rossano Brazzi. © 11Oct69; LP39098.

4. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; directors, Don Weis & Walter Doninger; teleplay, Harry Kronman & Walter Michaeljohn; story, Walter Doniger. Cast: George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Lana Turner, Rossano Brazzi. © 18Oct69; LP39099.

5. Credits: Director, George Fenady. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Rossano Brazzi. © 25Oct69; LP39100.

6. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; director, Don Weis; teleplay, William Robert Yates; story, Michael Gleason. Cast: George Hamilton, Ralph Bellamy, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi, Lana Turner. © 8Nov69; LP39101.

7. Credits: Director, Marc Daniels. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Rossano Brazzi. © 15Nov69; LP39102.

8. Credits: Director, John Newland. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Rossano Brazzi. © 22Nov69; LP39103.

9. Credits: Director, Lee Philips. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Ralph Bellamy, Rossano Brazzi. © 29Nov69; LP39104.

10. Credits: Director, Lewis Allen. Cast: Lana Turner, George Hamilton, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi, Ralph Bellamy. © 6Dec69; LP39105.

11. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; director, Paul Henreid; teleplay, Norman Katkov; story, Walter Doniger. Cast: George Hamilton, Ralph Bellamy Lana Turner, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi. © 13Dec69; LP39106.

12. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; director, Lewis Allen; teleplay, Yale M. Udoff; story, John Wilder. Cast: George Hamilton, Ralph Bellamy, Lana Turner, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi. © 20Dec69; LP39107.

13. Credits: Producer, Richard Caffey; director, Lewis Allen; teleplay, Ellis Kadison; story, Michael Gleason. Cast: George Hamilton, Lana Turner, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi. © 27Dec69; LP39108.

14. Credits: Producer, Michael Gleason; director, Michael Caffey; teleplay, Norman Katkov; story, Walter Doniger. Cast: George Hamilton, Ralph Bellamy, Lana Turner, Kevin McCarthy, Rossano Brazzi. © 5Jan70; LP39056.

15. Credits: Producer, Harry Tatelman; director, Josef Leytes; teleplay, Richard Bluel. Cast: George Hamilton, Lana Turner, Ralph Bellamy, Diana Muldaur, Michael Bell. © 3Jan70; LP39057.

SWEDE ‘N LOVELY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Mar68; LP38536.

SWEET CHARITY. Universal Pictures. 151 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. From the New York stage production book by Neil Simons. Based on the screenplay Nights of Cabiria, by Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli & Ennio Flaiano.

Credits: Producers, Fryer, Carr, Harris; director, Bob Fosse; screenplay, Peter Stone; music, Cy Coleman; director of photography, Robert Surtees; film editor, Stuart Gilmore.

Cast: Shirley Maclaine, John McMartin, Chita Rivera, Ricardo Montalban, Sammy Davis, Jr.

© Universal Pictures; 5Apr68; LP38879.

T
TAKE IT FROM CHARLIE (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Service, Boy Scouts of America. 59 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec70; JP12849.

TAKE TIME! (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 18Jun71; JP13223.

TAKEOVER. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

TAKING SETS APART. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

TAKING TURNS. See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

A TALE OF TWO TRAVELS. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

TALK TO ME, CHARLEY. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE TAMING OF TRUDY BELL. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

TAMMY AND THE MILLIONAIRE. Uni-Bet Productions. Released by Universal Pictures Co. 80 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novels Tammy out of time & Tammy tell me true, by Cid Ricketts Sumner.

Credits: Producer, Dick Wesson; directors, Sidney Miller, Ezra Stone & Leslie Goodwins.

© Uni-Bet Productions & Universal Pictures; 22Ju167; LP38808.

TAMMY OUT OF TIME. See

TAMMY AND THE MILLIONAIRE.

TAMMY TELL ME TRUE. See

TAMMY AND THE MILLIONAIRE.

THE TAPESTRY OF THE EARTH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21549.

TAROT. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

TEACHER’S MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY THE MACMILLAN ELEMENTARY ENGLISH FILMSTRIPS. See

MACMILLAN ENGLISH FILMSTRIPS.

TEACHING TRANSPARENCIES FOR OVERHEAD PROJECTION. See

BUSINESS LAW.

ELEMENTARY MUSIC.

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS.

SALES & MARKETING.

SUCCEEDING AT WORK.

TECHNOLOGY, PHOOEY. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 25Jun69; LP39022.

THE TEDDY BEAR’S BALLOON TRIP. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jan71; MP21352.

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE. See

ELECTRICITY AT WORK.

TELEPHONE. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

TELL ME A STORY (Filmstrip) Taylor Associates. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: TA-21–TA-24: Olaf is late 32 fr.–Olaf reads. 47 fr.–Marvin’s manhole. 30 fr.–All the lassies. 32 fr.

Appl. author: Stanford E. Taylor. NM: revisions.

© Taylor Associates; 25Jan71; A221870.

TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE. Universal Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the book Willie boy, by Harry Lawton.

Credits: Producer, Philip A. Waxman; director & writer, Abraham Polonsky; music, Dave Grusin; photography, Conrad Hall; film editor, Melvin Shapiro.

Cast: Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, Robert Blake, Susan Clark, Barry Sullivan.

© Universal Pictures; 18Dec69; LP39050.

TELLING GOOD NEWS IN AFRICA (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Produced with Foreign Mission Board. © Broadman Films; 1Apr71; A248890.

TEMPEST, See

LASSIE.

10 RILLINGTON PLACE. Genesis Productions [England] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 109 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book by Ludovic Kennedy.

Credits: Producers, Leslie Linder & Martin Ransohoff; director, Richard Fleischer; screenplay, Olive Exton; music composer & conductor, John Dankworth; director of photography, Denys Coop; film editor, Ernest Walter.

Cast: Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, John Hurt, Pat Heywood, Isobel Black.

© Genesis Productions, Ltd.; 28Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LF78.

TEN-SHUN. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE TENDERFOOT. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

THE TEST TUBE KILLER AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

THE THANKSGIVING STORY (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading script, 1 v.

Credits: Illustrator, Robert Boehmer.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 18Sep70; A236143.

THAT EXTRA SOMETHING (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 25Jan71; JP12885.

THAT’S DEBBIE. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

THEIR IMPORTANCE. See

TREES.

THEIR PRODUCTS. See

TREES.

THEIR STRUCTURE. See

TREES.

THEIR VALUE TO US. See

DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT BUILDS A CANAL. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

THERE GOES NEW YORK. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW! American Retail Federation. Made by Betzer Productions. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Presented in cooperation with National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. © American Retail Federation; 1Sep70; MP21395.

THERE’S A CATCH TO IT. Raymond Berry Associates. 3 motion pictures (10 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. Contents: Catching the short pass.–Catching the short pass–specialty drills.–Catching the long pass. Appl. author: Raymond Berry. © Raymond Berry Associates; 25Jun70; MP21231.

THERE’S A GIRL IN MY SOUP. Ascot Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on Terence Frisby’s stage play.

Credits: Producers, M. J. Frankovich, John Boulting; director, Ray Boulting; screenplay, Terence Frisby; music composed & sung by Mike D’Abo; director of photography, Harry Waxman; camera operator, Gerry Anstiss; editor, Martin Charles.

Cast: Peter Sellers, Goldie Hawn, Tony Britton, Nicky Henson, Diana Dors.

© Ascot Productions, Inc.; 1Dec70; LP38734.

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS. Newman-Foreman Co. Released by Universal Pictures. 86 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon the play by James Goldman.

Credits: Producer, John Foreman; director, Anthony Harvey; screenplay, James Goldman, music composer & supervisor, John Barry; music arranger & conductor, Kenneth Thorne; director of photography, Victor J. Kemper; film editor, Gerald Greenberg.

Cast: George C. Scott, Joanne Woodward, Jack Gilford, Lester Rawlins, Al Lewis.

© Universal Pictures & Newman-Foreman Co., Inc.; 10Mar71; LP39187.

THIEVES. See

GUNSMOKE.

THINGS OF LIFE. See

LES CHOSES DE LA VIE.

THINK SAFETY. See

SHOP SAFETY.

THE THINKING ??? MACHINES. Film Unit, Bell Telephone Laboratories. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.; 10Nov68; MP21311.

THOSE ANIMALS ON THE FARM. Clark Bell Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Clarkson A. Bell. © Clark Bell Films; 15Nov70; MP21173.

THE THREE BEARS. See

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

THE THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF. See

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

THREE INTO TWO WON’T GO. Universal Pictures. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a novel by Andres Newman.

Credits: Producer, Julian Blaustein; director, Peter Hall; screenplay, Edna O’Brien; music composer, Francis Lai; photography, Walter Lassally; film editor, Alan Osbiston.

Cast: Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom, Judy Geeson, Peggy Ashcroft, Paul Rogers.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 6Oct69 (in notice: 1968); LP39053.

THREE LITTLE PIGS. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

STORIES FOR JOINING IN.

THROUGH DIFFERENT EYES. Peach Enterprises. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Merlin Peck; 1Sep70; MP21132.

THRUSH ROULETTE AFFAIR. See

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

TIDAL ZONE. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

TIGER BOY. See

MAYA.

THE TIM CONWAY COMEDY HOUR. Timkel Enterprises & Jocar. 60 min., sd., color. Videotape (2 in.) Produced in association with CBS-TV Network.

Credits: Producer, Joe Hamilton; director, Dave Powers; head writer, Arnie Rosen; musical director, Harry Zimmerman.

Cast: Carol Burnett, Danny Thomas, Joe Flynn, Harvey Korman.

© Timkel Enterprises, Inc. & Jocar, Inc.; 12Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38809.

TIME AND TERRITORY MANAGEMENT. American Management Assn. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By Porter Henry.

© American Management Assn., Inc,; 26Nov68; MP21514.

TIME OF CRISIS. See

LASSIE.

A TIME OF TERROR. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

TINTORETTO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Jul67; JP12943.

TITIAN (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 15 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Dec67; JP12950.

TO AND FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE, PT. 2. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

TO CATCH A CROW. See

LASSIE.

TO GO HOME AGAIN. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

TO KEEP GREEN FIELDS FROM BEING SUBDIVIDED. Population Dynamics. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Population Dynamics; 10Sep70; MP21030.

TO ROME WITH LOVE. Rome Co. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. © Rome Co.

Affair of honor. Credits: Writer, Phil Davis. © 14Dec69; LP38686.

And one more spring. Credits: Writers, Hannibal Coons, Charles Marion. © 28Dec69; LP30687.

Anything can happen in Rome. Credits: Writer, Robert Pirosh. © 4Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38668.

The beautiful people. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 1Mar70 (in notice: 1969); LP38674.

Birds, bees, and Romans. Credits: Writer, Joan O’Brien. © 8Mar70; LP38662.

Father’s choice. Credits: Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 29Mar70; LP38664.

A friend for Penny. Credits: Story, Burt Styler; teleplay, Burt Styler, Joan O’Brien. © 5Apr70; LP38665.

Goodbye, Aunt Harriet. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 19Oct69; LP38680.

A gown for Alison. Credits: Writer, Elick Moll. © 11Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38669.

Hello, Aunt Harriet. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 5Oct69; LP38678.

The long road home. Credits: Writer, Robert Pirosh. © 23Nov69; LP38684.

My daughter, Penny. Credits: Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 8Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38673.

One coin in the fountain. Credits: Writer, Phil Rapp. © 18Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP38670.

Our friend, Gino. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 10May70 (in notice: 1969); LP38675.

A palazzo is not a home. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 16Nov69; LP38683.

The Pied-Piper of Rome. Credits: Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 1Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38672.

The pretty little girl. Credits: Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 15Mar70; LP38663.

The Roman from Iowa. Credits: Writer, George Tibbles. © 12Oct69; LP38679.

The secret day. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 30Nov69; LP38685.

Spring vacation. Credits: Writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. © 26Apr70; LP38666.

The telephone. Credits: Writers, Edmund Beloin. Henry Garson. © 2Nov69; LP38681.

To go home again. Credits: Writer, John McGreevey. © 25Jan70 (in notice: 1969) LP38671.

To Rome with love. Credits: Teleplay, Edmund Hartmann. © 28Sep69; LP38677.

We remember mama. Credits: Story, Elroy Schwartz; teleplay, Elroy Schwartz, Joan O’Brien. © 17May70 (in notice: 1969); LP38676.

We want to go home. Credits; Writers, Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson. © 9Nov69; LP38682.

West of Rome. Credits: Writer, Cynthia Lindsay. © 3May70; LP38667.

TO SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT: CONSERVATION. Gilbert Altschul Productions. Released by Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Leonard Slaton. © Gilbert Altschul Productions, Inc.; 29Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP21597.

TOGETHER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF NON-VIOLENCE. Robert Silverthorne Productions. 40 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Robert Silverthorne; 19Mar71; MP21499.

TOGETHER FOR LIFE (Filmstrip) Alpha Corp. of America, Educational Division. 73 fr., color, 35 mm. With kit.

Credits: Director, D. J. D’Angelo; writer, Joseph M. Champlin; dramatizer, Harriet Carlson; photographer, Stephen Deutch.

© Alpha Corp. of America; 5Oct70; A220606.

TOM DAYTON IS LOOSE AMONG US. See

IRONSIDE.

TOM TERRIFIC. Terrytoons. Approx. 4 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television Film Sales, Inc.

Big dog show-off. Episode no. 1-5. © 27Oct58; LP38656-38660.

Crabby Park. Episode no. 1-5. © 6Oct58; LP38641-38645.

The end of rainbows. Episode no. 1-5. © 10Nov58; LP38631-38635.

The everlasting birthday party. Episode no. 1-5. © 3Nov58; LP38621-38625.

The flying sorcerer. Episode no. 1-5. © 13Oct58; LP38651-38655.

Go West, young Manfred. Episode no. 1-5. © 15Sep58; LP38611-38615.

Isotope Feeney’s foolish fog. Episode no. 1-5. © 8Sep58; LP38601-38605.

The million Manfred mystery. Episode no. 1-5. © 22Sep58; LP38646-38650.

The missing mail mystery. Episode no. 1-5. © 25Aug58; LP38606-38610.

Moon over Manfred. Episode no. 1-5. © 1Sep58; LP38616-38620.

The prince frog. Episode no. 1-5. © 29Sep58; LP38626-38630.

Robinsnest Crusoe. Episode no. 1-5. © 17Nov58; LP38596-38600.

The silly sandman. Episode no. 1-5. © 20Oct58; LP38636-38640.

TOMORROW’S CHILDREN. Henry Mayer. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Henry Mayer; 5May71; MP21537.

TONDO–A ROUND ABOUT ROUND. King Screen Productions. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 4Mar71; MP21314.

TOOLS. See

COMPUTERS AND IMAGINATION.

TOOLS FOR TEACHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS (Filmstrip) Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 26 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sunday School Board of the S.B.C.; 5Mar71; JP13008.

TOOTHBRUSHES. See

HOT DOG. Series no. 7.

TOPAZ. Universal Pictures. 126 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by Leon Uris.

Credits: Producer & director, Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay, Samuel Taylor; music composer & conductor, Maurice Jarre; photography, Jack Hildyard; film editor, William H. Ziegler.

Cast: John Forsythe, Frederick Stafford, Dany Robin, Per-Axel Arosenius, Sonja Kolthoff.

© Universal Pictures; 19Dec69; LP39052.

TORNADO. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21563.

TORNADO SITUATION. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21562.

TORQUE CONVERTER. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

TORQUEFLITE DIAGNOSIS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 21Apr71; JP13152.

TOTALLY TOUGHER CHEVROLET TRUCKS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; MU8309.

TOUCH OF HANDS. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

TRACY’S TRIUMPH. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

TRADITION. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS. King Screen Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Based on the article by Garrett Hardin. © King Broadcasting Co.; 1May71; MP21533.

TRAIN OF DARKNESS. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

TRAMCO PRESENTS OVERHAUL PROCEDURES, TORQUEFLITE TRANSMISSION MODELS 904 AND 727 (Filmstrip) Tramco Industries. 125 fr., color, 35 mm. © Tramco Industries; 1Nov70; JP12964.

TRANQUILITY. See

MOODS FROM NATURE: TRANQUILITY.

TRANSCRIPTION FROM MACHINES THAT USE RECORDS AND TAPES. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. (Machine transcription, lesson 3) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13095.

TRANSCRIPTION MACHINES THAT USE A BELT (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Machine transcription, lesson 1)

Credits: Planned & written by Anne E. Schatz.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec69; JP13077.

TRANSFER, PROMOTION AND TRAINING FOR RESPONSIBILITY. See

SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.

TRANSMISSION COOLING AND LUBRICATION. See

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.

TRANSPORTATION CRISIS. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS. See

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

TRASH. Score Movies. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Score Movies, Ltd.; 5Oct70; LP39043.

THE TRAVELING EXECUTIONER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer & director, Jack Smight; writer, Garrie Bateson; music, Jerry Goldsmith; director of photography, Philip Lathrop; film editor, Neil Travis.

Cast: Stacy Keach, Mariana Hill, Bud Cort, Graham Jarvis, James J. Sloyan.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 16Oct70; LP38520.

TREES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: The different kinds. 49 fr.–Their structure. 45 fr.–Flowers, fruits and seeds. 46 fr.–How they grow. 45 fr.–Their products. 49 fr.–Their importance. 47 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborators, George W. Donaldson, Louise E. Donaldson.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Oct70; JP12901.

A TREND TOWARD UNIFORMITY. See

GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE.

TRICK OR RETREAT. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. (Roland and Ratfink) © Mirisch-D.F.; 3Mar71; LP39174.

TRI-DIMENSIONAL LIVING MIRROR. William Stanton, Edward Roll & Herbert Michaels. 30 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) (With Jump with Mr. Jump and Dance) © William Stantor, Edward Roll & Herbert Michaels; 15Apr71; MU8314.

TRIGGER FOODS. Teaching Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Prevention and control of dental disease) © Teaching Films, Inc.; division of A-V Corp.; 15Jan71; MU8279.

TRIP TO NOWHERE. National Broadcasting Co. 59 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (NBC white paper on youth and drugs)

Credits: Producer, Lucy Jarvis; director, Joseph Vadala; writers, Rafael Abramovitz, JoAnn Goldberg, Lucy Jarvis; narrator, Edwin Newman; cameramen, Joseph Vadala, Dexter Alley; film editors, Katharine Field, Kenneth Shea.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 20Aug70; MP21309.

TROJAN WOMEN. See

AN ACTOR WORKS (A SCENE FROM THE TROJAN WOMEN)

TROOP MEETING TONIGHT (Filmstrip) Boy Scouts of America. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 23Jun70; JP12980.

TROPICAL ATLANTIC CLOUD PATTERNS I-II. Thorne Films. 2 motion pictures (5 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21558-21559.

TROPICAL PACIFIC CLOUD PATTERNS I-II. Thorne Films. 2 motion pictures (5 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21556-21557.

TRUE LUXURY–PURE PONTIACS (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12792.

TRUMAN ACTS IN KOREA. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

TUMBLE WEED GREED. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Dal McKennon; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jun69; LP38551.

TURKEY AU GO-GO. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Norman Gluck; director, Arthur Cohen; writer, William E. O’Connell; editor, Ed Bartsch.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jan66; LP38890.

TWENTY-FOUR KARAT KILL. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

TWILIGHT OF EMPIRE. See

MAYA.

TWO BABIES. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

TWO BOYS OF ETHIOPIA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Visual Education Centre. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The African scene) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 30Nov70; MP21028.

TWO CRUST PIE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21239.

THE TWO FACES OF KENYA. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Norman Gluck; writer, William E. O’Connell; narrator, Jim Branch; editor, Ed Bartsch.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jan66; LP38889.

TWO JUMPS AND A CHUMP. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 28Mar71; LP39168.

TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA. Universal Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Produced in association with Sanen Productions.

Credits: Producer, Martin Rackin & Carroll Case; director, Don Siegel; screenplay, Albert Maltz; story, Budd Boetticher; music, Ennio Morricone; photography, Gabriel Figueroa; film editor, Robert F. Shugrue.

Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Clint Eastwood, Manolo Fabregas, Alberto Morin, Armando Silvestre.

© Universal Pictures; 29May70 (in notice: 1969); LP38934.

TYPES OF EQUIPMENT. See

BUSINESS FILING.

TYPEWRITERS. See

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MACHINES.

U
UGLY DUCKLING. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

UMBRELLA. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE UNBELIEVABLE BUGS OF MALACAPALACAPOO. Illumination Films. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Andrew Sugerman. © Illumination Films; 15Feb71; LP38900.

UNCLE PRINCE CHARMING. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

UNDER SEA DOGS. Universal Pictures. 6 min., sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler.

© Universal Pictures; 1May67; LP38526.

UNDERSTANDING THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (Marriage and family, by G. H. Grotey) © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Dec68; JP13101.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE. Group 1 (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 6 v.

Contents: A-132-1–132-6: Word order. 46 fr.–Pitch, stress and juncture. 57 fr.–Word building. 51 fr.–Grammar in words: Form words. 58 fr.–Grammar in words: Structure words. 45 fr.–Basic sentence ingredients. 56 fr.

Credits: Authors, Harold Shane, June Shane; with Ted DeVries; illustrator, Michael A. Norman.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 22Jul70; A236146.

UNEVEN LIES: UPHILL, DOWNHILL, SIDEHILL. National Golf Foundation. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Fundamental skills in golf) Loop film. © National Golf Foundation, Inc.; 15Mar71; MP21490.

UNEXPECTED MRS. POLLIFAX. See

MRS. POLLIFAX, SPY.

UNION OF SETS. See

MODERN MATHEMATICS 1 & 2.

UNITED TRANSPARENCIES FOR OVERHEAD PROJECTION. See

THE MAGIC OF COLOR AND SHAPE.

1967 ENGLISH SUPPLEMENT.

UNSERE VOLKSTUEMLICHE LIEDER. See

SILENT NIGHT: A CHRISTMAS LEGEND.

UP TIGHT. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

UPJOHN VANGUARD OF MEDICINE. See

MEDICAL POTENTIAL OF LASERS.

UPLAND FOREST. See

ECOLOGICAL IMBALANCE: SIX SYSTEMS DISTURBED.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY: SIX BASIC SYSTEMS.

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: A paved school yard. 38 fr.–A vacant lot. 37 fr.–A park. 37 fr.–A park pond. 40 fr.–A grass yard. 44 fr.–A construction site. 39 fr.

Credits: General editor, E. Dan Cappel.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 17Sep70; JP13115-13120.

URBAN LIFE OF ITS PEOPLE, PT. 1-3. See

JAPAN.

URBAN RENEWAL. See

PROBLEMS OF OUR CITIES.

USE OF WATER IRRIGATORS. Teaching Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Prevention and control of dental disease) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 17Dec70; MU8281.

USING A PROTRACTOR. Macmillan Co. Made by Davidson Films. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. (Macmillan school mathematics program) © Macmillan Co.; 31Dec69; MP21060.

USING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS TO COMPUTE SUMS. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Elementary mathematics for teachers and students) Released in cooperation with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. © General Learning Corp.; 5Aug70; MP21220.

USING PLASTER MOLD. Pt. 2. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Polyurethane foam) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21475.

USING PSYCHOLOGY IN SELLING. American Management Assn. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Principles of professional salesmanship)

Credits: By James Cribbin.

© American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP21516.

V
VW BUGS (Filmstrip) Bowmar Pub. Corp. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 32 p.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar Pub. Corp., solely owned by Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71 (in notices: on booklet: 1970, on filmstrip: 1971); A224991.

VW BUGS (Filmstrip) Bowmar Records. 32 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer & photographer, Ed Radlauer.

© Bowmar a.a.d.o. Bowmar Records, Inc.; 18Jan71; JP12871.

VACANT LOT. See

URBAN ECOLOGY: SIX MICROSYSTEMS.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. See

BIBLE LEARNERS.

BIBLE SEARCHERS.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL JOINT SERVICE 1971 (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. NM: revisions & additions. © Broadman Films; 1Dec70; JP12962.

THE VALUE LEADER (1971 Fury vs. Chevrolet) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12960.

THE VALUE LEADER RIDES AGAIN (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 18Feb71; JU12808.

VAMOS A MIRAR POR NUESTRA SALUD. See

[SPANISH PROGRAM, UNIT 1]

THE VAMPIRE LOVERS. American International Productions. Released by American International Pictures. 89 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Adapted from J. Sheridan Le Fanu’s story Carmilla. An American International-Hammer Films production.

Cast: Douglas Wilmer, Ingrid Pitt, Dawn Addams, Peter Cushing & Pippa Steele.

© American International Productions; 28Oct70; LP38557.

VEGETABLES. See

FOODS WE EAT.

VELOCITY FROM POSITION. John Wiley & Sons. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer, Russell K. Hobbie.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP21399.

THE VELVET TOUCH (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12788.

VENGENCE. See

ADAM-12. Log no. 94.

THE VERTEBRATE ANIMALS. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

VICTIMS. See

DRAGNET 1970.

VIEWS OF LONDON (Filmstrip) Perfection Form Co. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. © Perfection Form Co.; 30Sep70; JP12852.

THE VIRGINIAN. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 80 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

Black Jade. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Herb Meadow. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty, James Watson. © 31Dec69; LP38589.

The bugler. Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, Tony Leader; writers, Jeb Rosebrook, Gerry Day. Cast: James Drury, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Harper Flaherty, Michael Burns. © 19Nov69; LP38580.

The family man. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Arthur Heinemann. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty, Darleen Carr. © 15Oct69; LP38591.

A flash of darkness. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, John McIntire, Harper Flaherty, Tim Matheson. © 24Sep69; LP38581.

The gift. Credits: Producer, James McAdams; director, Seymour Robbie; writer, Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: Tab Hunter, Julie Gregg, Frank Marth, Walter Burke, Doug McClure. © 18Mar70; LP38571.

Halfway back from hell. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Michael Caffey; writer, Alvin Sapinsley. Cast: Doug McClure, William Windom, Del Monroe, Murray MacLeod, Chuck Courtney. © 1Oct69; LP38579.

Holocaust. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Jeannot Szwarc; writers, McAdams & Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: Tony Franciosa, John McIntire, Harold J. Stone, Sean McClory, John Hoyt. © 28Feb70; LP38573.

Home to Methuselah. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Abner Biberman; writer, Jack Miller. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Sara Lane, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty. © 26Nov69; LP38586.

Journey to Scathelock. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Seymour Robbie; writer, Alvin Sapinsley. Cast: James Drury, Tim Matheson, Ann Helm, Burr DeBenning. © 10Dec69; LP38583.

A king’s ransom. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, John D. F. Black. Cast: John McIntire, Patrick MacNee, Jackie De Shannon, Don Knight, Michael Pate. © 25Feb70; LP38575.

Long ride home. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Charles Dubin; writer, Richard Fielder. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Sara Land. © 17Sep69; LP38590.

A love to remember. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Sara Lane. © 29Oct69; LP38584.

Nightmare. Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, Robert Gist; writers, Gerry Day & Bethel Leslie. Cast: Joan Crawford, Michael Conrad, Steve Sandor, Warren Kemmerling, James Drury. © 21Jan70; LP38572.

No war for the warrior. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Don McDougall; writers, Alvin Sapinsley, Robert Earll. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty, Charles Robinson. © 18Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38566.

The power seekers. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, Seymour Robbie; writer, Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, John McIntire, Jeannette Nolan, Andrew Prine. © 8Oct69; LP38578.

Rich man, poor man. Credits: Producer, John Choy; director, Tony Leader; writer, Arthur Heinemann. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Sara Lane, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty. © 11Mar70; LP38576.

The runaway. Credits: Producer, Norman MacDonnell; director, Anthony Leader; writer, Gerald Sanford. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Jeanette Nolan, John McIntire, Sara Lane. © 22Oct69; LP38588.

The sins of the fathers. Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, Walter Doniger; writer, David P. Harmon. Cast: John McIntire, Robert Lipton, Tim McIntire, James Drury, William Lucking. © 4Mar70; LP38570.

The substitute. Credits: Producer, Norman MacDonnell; director, Tony Leader; writer, Gerald Sanford. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, Tim Matheson, Harper Flaherty, Ken Lynch. © 5Nov69; LF38585.

A time of terror. Credits: Producer, Paul Freeman; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: John McIntire, Jeannette Nolan, Sara Lane, Tim Matheson, Joseph Lotten. © 11Feb70; LP38577.

A touch of hands. Credits: Producer, Norman MacDonnell; director, Tony Leader; writer, John Dunkel. Cast: James Drury, Doug McClure, John McIntire, Jeannette Nolan, Sara Lane. © 3Dec69; LP38582.

Train of darkness. Credits: Producer, James Duff McAdams; director, James Sheldon; writer, Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: Dennis Weaver, Charlotte Stewart, Gerald O’Loughlin, John Larch, Barbara Werle. © 4Feb70; LP38574.

A woman of stone. Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, Abner Biberman; writer, Gerry Day. Cast: James Drury, Tim Matheson, Sara Lane, Bethel Leslie, Jane Actman. © 17Dec69; LP38587.

You can lead a horse to water. Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; director, James Neilson; writer, Lois Hire. Cast: Doug McClure, Strother Martin, Elizabeth Hubbard, Noah Beery, Anthony Eisley. © 7Feb70 (in notice: 1969); LP38565.

VISITOR. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

VITTORE CARPACCIO (Filmstrip) Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides. 14 fr., color, 35 min.

Credits: Arrangement & text, Carol A. Peterson.

© Herbert E. Budek Films & Slides; 1Feb67; JP12936.

VOLUMETER. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21427.

VON RICHTHOFEN AND BROWN. Corman Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Gene Corman, director, Roger Corman; screenplay, John Corrington; music, Hugo Friedhofer; director of photography, Michael Reed; special effects supervisor, Peter Dawson; editors, George van Noy & Alan Collins.

Cast: John Phillip Law, Don Stroud, Barry Primus, Karen Huston, Corin Redgrave.

© Corman Co., Inc.; 26May71; LP39156.

VOWELS AND THEIR SOUNDS. Journal Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Reinald Werrenrath, Jr.; 20Nov70; MP21165.

W
WALDEN. See

LASSIE.

WALK ON THE MOON. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST, v. 12, issue 1.

WALKING. National Film Board of Canada. Released by Columbia Pictures Industries. 5 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Conceived & animated by Ryan Larkin; music, David Fraser, Pat Patterson & Christopher Nutter; animation photographer, William Wiggins & Raymond Dumas.

© National Film Board of Canada; 1Dec69 (in notice: 1968); MP21136.

WALLY: HIS WORK AND HIS LOVES (Operation blind doctor) George B. Wally. 54 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, George B. Wally.

© George B. Wally; 1Feb71; MU8288.

WALTER LANTZ BEARY FAMILY CARTUNE. See

BUGGED IN A RUG.

CHARLIE’S CAMPOUT.

COOL IT, CHARLIE.

GOPHER BROKE.

JERKY TURKEY.

MOUSE IN THE HOUSE.

PASTE MAKES WASTE.

WINDOW PAINS.

WALTER LANTZ CHILLY WILLY CARTUNE. See

CHILLER DILLERS.

CHILLY AND THE LOONEY GOONEY.

CHILLY AND THE WOODCHOPPER.

HOT TIME ON ICE.

OPERATION SHANGHAI.

PROJECT REJECT.

SLEEPY TIME BEAR.

UNDER SEA DOGS.

WALTER LANTZ WOODY WOODPECKER CARTUNE. See

FAT IN THE SADDLE.

FEUDIN, FIGHTIN-N-FUSSIN.

HAVE GUN, CAN’T TRAVEL.

HIGHWAY HECKLERS.

HOOK, LINE AND STINKER.

A LAD IN BAGDAD.

LITTLE SKEETER.

LOTSA LUCK.

THE NAUTICAL NUT.

ONE HORSE TOWN.

A PECK OF TROUBLE.

PHONEY PONY.

PREHISTORIC SUPER SALESMAN.

SECRET AGENT WOODY WOODPECKER.

SHIP A’HOY WOODY.

TUMBLE WEED GREED.

WOODY THE FREELOADER.

WOODY’S KNIGHT MARE.

WAR PRIEST. See

GUNSMOKE.

WAREHOUSE AREA. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

WARKILL. A Balut Production. Released by Universal Pictures Co. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer, producer & director, Ferde Grofe, Jr.

Cast: George Montgomery, Tom Drake, Conrad Parham, Eddie Infante & Henry Duval.

© A Balut Production; 1Jun67; LP38807.

WARM HEART. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

WARM HEART, COLD NOSE. See

LASSIE.

WARRIOR’S RETURN. See

IRONSIDE.

WASHINGTON IRVING. See

GREAT WRITERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

WASHINGTON REFUSES A CROWN. See

THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.

WATER CLOCK CART (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 38 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 1May71; JP13161.

WATER POLLUTION, A COMPLEX PROBLEM. See

AMERICA’S URBAN CRISIS.

WATER TIGER BEETLE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21336.

WATERCOLOR (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Contents: Landscape. 51 fr.–Still life. 54 fr.–Figure and portrait. 50 fr. Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin. © Visual Aids Studio, sole owner. Gene S. Geeslin; 15Jan71; JP12828.

WATERCOLOR: HANDLING THE MEDIUM (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin. © Visual Aids Studio, sole owner. Gene Smith Geeslin; 15Jan71; JP12830.

WATERCOLOR: MATERIALS (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin. © Visual Aids Studio, sole owner, Gene S. Geeslin; 15Jan71; JP12829.

WATERCOLORS. Davidson Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arts and crafts for children) © Davidson Films; 1Oct70; MP21373.

WATERFRONT. See

LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.

WATERLOO. Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica. [England] Released in the U.S. by Paramount Pictures. 123 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Dino De Laurentiis; director, Sergei Bondarchuk; screenplay, H. A. L. Craig, Sergei Bondarchuk, Vittorio Bonicelli; music, N. S. Ovchinnikov, Wilfred Josephs; director of photography, Armando Nannuzio; film editors, Michael Shah Dayan, E. V. Michajlova.

Cast: Rod Steiger, Christopher Plummer, Virginia McKenna, Orson Wells, Dan O’Herlihy.

© Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica, S.P.A.; 27Oct70; LF74.

THE WAY OF THE CROSS FOR CHILDREN TODAY (Filmstrip) Alpha Corp of America, Educational Division. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide & reading script, 6 p. Adapted from the booklet The way of the cross today for children, by Charles E. Jones.

Credits: Director, D. J. D’Angelo.

NM: all new except paintings & some photographs.

© Alpha Corp. of America; 19Feb71; A223206.

[WAYNE DOG FOOD TELEVISION COMMERCIAL] Allied Mills. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Allied Mills, Inc.

Field dog. © 16Nov70; MP21495.

New dog. © 16Nov70; MP21494.

Slipper. © 16Nov70; MP21496.

THE WAYS OF LOVE. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

WE AND THE LAW. Audio Visual Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Executive producer & director, Salvatore T. Covino; photographer & editor, George F. Knoll; writers, George F. Knoll & Salvatore T. Covino.

© Salvatore T. Covino; 6Jul71; LU3610.

WE REMEMBER MAMA. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

WE WANT TO GO HOME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

THE WEATHER. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

WEED. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Concept Films. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Concept Films; Inc.; 3Mar71; MP21567.

WEEKEND. See

DRAGNET 1970.

WEIGHING TECHNIQUES: TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP21425.

WEST OF ROME. See

TO ROME WITH LOVE.

WESTERN CIVILIZATION. See

THE HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT.

THE WHALES THAT FLEW. New York Zoological Society. 5000 ft., b&w. © New York Zoological Society; 7Apr71; MU8313.

WHAT AGE HAS DONE TO ENGLISH. See

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

WHAT ARE THESE THINGS. See

DO YOU KNOW.

WHAT BAPTISTS BELIEVE ABOUT GOD (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 15Jun71; A250377.

WHAT BAPTISTS BELIEVE ABOUT THE ORDINANCES (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 15Jun71; A250376.

WHAT CAN YOU DO. See

MAKING IT.

WHAT IS AIR. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

WHAT MAKES A TRUCK A TRUCK? (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12795.

WHAT PEOPLE DO. See

DO YOU KNOW.

WHAT PRICE VALOR. See

LASSIE.

WHAT WILL YOU DO FOR ME. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

WHAT’S FUNNY ABOUT A BROKEN LEG. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

WHAT’S LIVING THERE. See

SCIENCE IN YOUR WORLD.

WHAT’S SO BAD ABOUT FEELING GOOD? Universal Pictures. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. Suggested by the novel I am thinking of my darling, by Vincent McHugh.

Credits: Producer & director, George Seaton; screen story & screenplay by George Seaton, Robert Pirosh; music supervision, Joseph Gershenson; lyrics & music, Jerry Keller, Dave Blume; director of photography, Ernesto Caparros; film editor, Alma Macrorie.

Cast: George Peppard, Mary Tyler Moore, Dom De Luise, John McMartin, Susan Saint James.

© Universal Pictures; 6Jul68; LP38821.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? Filmways & Raymax Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, George Edwards; director, Curtis Harrington; screenplay, Henry Farrell; music, David Raksin; director of photography, Lucien Ballard; film editor, William H. Reynolds.

Cast: Debbie Reynolds, Shelley Winters, Dennis Weaver, Agnes Moorehead, Michael MacLiammoir.

© Filmways, Inc., Raymax Productions, Inc., Raven Productions, Inc. & Virgo International Pictures, Inc.; 9Jun71; LP39157.

WHEEL CYLINDER SERVICE (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 27 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, F-3A) Planned & written by Sheldon Abbott. © Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 15Dec69; JP12820.

WHEN MR. TERRAPIN WENT RIDING IN THE CLOUDS. See

MUSICAL ADVENTURES.

WHEN THE KING’S ENGLISH CAME TO AMERICA. See

LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.

WHEN THE LEAVES FALL. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. © Universal Pictures; 1Feb68; LP38535.

WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 684-1–684-4; Where do we get our lumber? 49 fr.–Where do we get our milk? 49 fr.–Where do we get our paper? 50 fr.–Where do we get our bread? 48 fr.

Credits: Author-photographer, Hal F. Riehle.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Apr71; JP13111-13114.

WHERE HAS THE WARRIOR GONE? Centron Educational Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Apr71; MP21471.

WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S NO WAY. See

THE DEBBIE REYNOLDS SHOW.

WHERE’S POPPA? Where’s Poppa Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 84 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Robert Klane.

Credits: Producers, Jerry Tokofsky & Marvin Worth; director, Carl Reiner; screenplay, Robert Klane; music, Jack Elliott; film editors, Bud Molin & Chick Ciccolini.

Cast: George Segal, Ruth Gordon, Ron Leibman, Tris Van Devere, Barnard Hughes.

© Where’s Poppa Co.; 10Nov70; LP38932.

WHICH COMES FIRST? Dun & Bradstreet. Made by Audio Productions. 12 min., sd., color. 16 mm. (Economics and the individual) © Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; 4Feb71; MP21191.

WHITE SAUCE. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21258.

WHITEWATER. American National Red Cross. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American National Red Cross; 26Jan71; MP21187.

WHITEWATER FURY. See

LASSIE.

WHO IN THE WORLD? (Filmstrip) Graded Press. Made by Division of Curriculum Resources, General Board of Education, United Methodist Church. 69 fr., color, 35 mm. With Leader’s guide & Reading script, 18 p. Produced through Trafco. Written by Pauline Palmer Meek; illustrated by Richard Davis. © Graded Press; 1Sep70; A209764.

WHO IS THIS GUY? (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12784.

WHO KILLED WHO. See

DRAGNET 1970.

WHO PAYS THE FIDDLER. Centron Educational Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Apr71; MP21590.

WHY MONKEYS LIVE IN TREES. See

CHILDREN’S FOLK TALES.

WHY PEOPLE BUY AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 25May71; JP13151.

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE? (Filmstrip) Cathedral Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With study guides and scripts, and cassettes. Based on the book by Evelyn Millis Duvall.

Contents: Filmstrip: 1. The sexual revolution. 49 fr.–2. Man is more than an animal. 48 fr.–3. A more than private affair. 47 fr.–4. A style all your own. 57 fr.–5. People who care. 48 fr.–6. Wilt thou love? 42 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Edward D. Eagle; director, Jack L. Tyler; writer, Don Hall; graphic arts, Vaccaro Associates.

© Cathedral Films, Inc.; 26Mar71; JP13195.

WILD CHILD. See

L’ENFANT SAUVAGE.

THE WILD, WILD WEST. Columbia Broadcasting System. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Garrison Productions, Inc. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

The night Dr. Loveless died. Credits: Producer, Bruce Lansbury; writer, Henry Sharp. Cast: Robert Conrad, Ross Martin. © 22Sep67; LP38517.

WILDERNESS, A WAY OF LIFE. See

A DAY IN THE SUN.

WILL THE REAL PRINCE PLEASE GET LOST. See

MAYA.

WILLIE BOY. See

TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE.

WILT THOU LOVE. See

WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.

WIND POLLINATION. See

HOW FLOWERS TRANSFER POLLEN.

WINDING THE MOTOR (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 40 fr., color, 35 mm. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 3Mar71; JP13074.

WINDOW ON THE EAST. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Norman E. Gluck; director, Arthur Cohen; narration, Robert Cochran; narrator, Phil Tonkin; photographer, Josef Tejchman; editor, Ed Bartsch.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jan66; LP38908.

WINDOW PAINS. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary Family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline, Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford, Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Jan66; LP38891.

WINE AND THE MUSIC. See

PIECES OF DREAMS.

THE WINE IN YOUR LIFE. Wine Institute. Made by Roy Grandey Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Roy Grandey. Appl. states prev. reg. 13Apr68, MP18092. NM: revision. © Wine Institute; 26Sep68; MP21039.

WINE IS FUN. Wine Institute. Made by Roy Grandey Productions. 3 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Roy Grandey. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr68, MP18092. NM: revision. © Wine Institute; 26Sep68; MP21036.

WINE LAND OF AMERICA. Wine Institute. Made by Roy Grandey Productions. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Roy Grandey. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr68, MP18092. NM: revision. © Wine Institute; 26Sep68; MP21037.

WINGED RESCUE. See

LASSIE.

WINGS OF AN ANGEL. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THE WINNING HAND (1971 Chrysler coming through for you vs. Buick & Oldsmobile) (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Jan71; JP12958.

WINTER OF THE WITCH. Parents’ Magazine Films. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Based on Old black witch, by Wende & Harry Devlin. © Parents’ Magazine Films, Inc., a Subsidiary of Parents’ Magazine Enterprises, Inc.; 1May70 (in notice: 1969); LP38595.

WITCHCRAFT ’70. Trans American Films. 82 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A P. A. C. Caravel production. © Trans-American Films; 28Aug70; LP38506.

WITH SIX YOU GET EGG ROLL. Cinema Center Films & Arwin Productions. Released by National General Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Martin Melcher; director, Howard Morris; screenplay, Gwen Bagni & others; directors of photography, Ellsworth Fredricks & Harry Stradling, Jr.; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

Cast: Doris Day, Brian Keith, Pat Carroll, Barbara Hershey, George Carlin.

© Cinema Center Films; 26Jul68; LP39150.

WITH THIS RING. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

THE WIZARD OF ABERDEEN. See

DEATH VALLEY DAYS.

WOLFGANG MOZART PLAYS FOR THE KING AND QUEEN. See

MUSICAL ADVENTURES.

WOMAN OF STONE. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

WONDERFUL WHIRLYBIRDS. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Norman Gluck; director, Arthur Cohen; writer, William E. O’Connell; narrator, Ed Herlihy.

© Universal Pictures; 1Feb68; LP38533.

WOOD SONG. Bal-Pan Productions. 10 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Albert Nathan Eisenberg a.k.a. Albert Nathan. © Bal-Pan Productions, Inc.; 23Dec70; MP21209.

WOODY THE FREELOADER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Homer Brightman; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; voices, Dal McKennon & Grace Stafford; music, Walter Greene.

© Universal Pictures; 1Apr68; LP38569.

WOODY’S KNIGHT MARE. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voice, Daws Butler; Woody’s voice, Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1May69; LP38549.

WORD BUILDING. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

WORD ORDER. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR LANGUAGE.

WORKING IN U.S. COMMUNITIES. Group 2 (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Singer education & training products) With Teacher’s guide and reading scripts, 4 v.

Contents: A201-5–201-8: New Orleans: Marketing community. 56 fr.–San Francisco: Financial community. 52 fr.–Detroit: Manufacturing community. 54 fr.–Chicago: Transportation community. 59 fr.

Credits: Author, Paul Meyer.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc.; 24Jul70; A236147.

WORKING TOGETHER. See

THE ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

WORKING WITH EGG WHITES. McGraw-Hill Text-Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Raybar Technical Films. © Raybar Technical Films, Inc.; 1Aug70 (in notice: 1969); MP21253.

WORLD BIOMES. See

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS.

WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND (Filmstrip) Centron Educational Films. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: The Crusades, 1095-1272. 66 fr.–The Italian Renaissance, 15th and 16th centuries. 79 fr.–The age of expansion. 78 fr.

© Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13061.

THE WORLD OF ENRICO FERMI. Project Physics. 46 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Project Physics, Inc.; 5Jan70; LP38731.

THE WORLD SINCE 1939 (Filmstrip) Silver Burdett Co. 29 fr., color, 35 mm. (The Human achievement, by Michael Petrovich & Philip D. Curtin, 10) Appl. states prev. pub, 2Jan70, A123018. NM: additions. © General Learning Corp.; 31Dec70; JP13221.

WORLD STREETS AND AVENUES. Computer Image Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: John Rugg. Appl. states prev. reg. 29Dec69, MU8152. © Computer Image Corp.; 15May70; MP21143.

WOULDN’T IT BE LOV-ER-LY. See

FAMILY AFFAIR.

WRAP, TIE & STITCH A LITTLE. Renie B. & Leland H. Conley. 6 min., sd., b&w, Super 8 mm. © Renie B. & Leland H. Conley; 25Feb71; MU8289.

WRITE IT UP! (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 27Nov70; JP12893.

WRONG TIME, THE WRONG PLACE. See

IRONSIDE.

WRONG VENUS. See

DON’T JUST STAND THERE.

Y
YESTERDAY DIED AND TOMORROW WON’T BE BORN. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

YOU CAN COMPOSE A DANCE. Pt. 1-2. Shirley Jean Winters. 2 motion pictures (10 min. each), si., b&w, 16 mm. © Shirley Jean Winters; 10Feb71; MU8290-8291.

YOU CAN LEAD A HORSE TO WATER. See

THE VIRGINIAN.

YOU CAN WIN MORE (Filmstrip) Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 20 fr., color, 35 mm. © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; JU12789.

YOU CAN’T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT. Gaylynn Villines. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Gaylynn Villines; 27May71; MU8331.

YOU DISCOVER SAUDI ARABIA (Filmstrip) You Discover, Inc. 41 fr., color, 35 mm. © You Discover, Inc.; 19Apr71; JP13170.

YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE. Brigham Young University, Motion Picture Dept. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 14Oct70 (in notice: 1971); LP38505.

YOU MAY BE THE ONLY ONE (Filmstrip) Syntex Family Planning Educational Service. Made by Glenn Educational Films. 145 fr., color, 35 mm. © Glenn Educational Films, Inc.; 1Feb69; JP13037.

YOUR BODY’S NEEDS. See

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FILMSTRIPS.

YOUR FOOD–CHANCE OR CHOICE? (Filmstrip) National Dairy Council. Made by Reid H. Ray Film Industries. 107 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: James Grant. © National Dairy Council; 15Apr69; JP13169.

YOUR GROWTH INTO GREATNESS. Bestline Products. Made by M/M Film Productions. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, William E. Bailey.

© M/M Film Productions, Inc.; 22Jan71; MP21401.

YOUR PROSPECTS FOR SUCCESS. See

HOW TO CREATE SALABLE LISTINGS.

YOUR TAX DOLLAR (Filmstrip) New York Times Co. 69 fr., b&w, 35 mm. (Filmstrip on current affairs, Apr. 1971) With kit. © New York Times Co.; 1Apr71; A229670.

YOUTH INTERNATIONAL. See

CBS REPORTS.

Z
ZOO WORLD OF ART. Young Horizons. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Charlotte Hackin.

© Young Horizons, Inc.; 18Feb71; MU8304.

These entries alone may not reflect the complete Copyright Office record pertaining to a particular work. Contact the U.S. Copyright Office for information about any additional records that may exist.
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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS
A list, arranged by title, of motion pictures for which renewal registrations were made during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled.

A
ACTION IN ARABIA, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 16Feb44; L12591. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506034.

ACTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 12Jun43; L12095. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498966.

AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON BLACKIE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 18Mar43; L12227. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500619.

A HUNTING WE WON’T GO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 23Aug43; L12203. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507442.

AIR FORCE, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 20Mar43; L11920. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498955.

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES, a photoplay in 10 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12432. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500422.

THE ALL AMERICAN BANDS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 22May43; M13599. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498987.

ALONG THE CACTUS TRAIL, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 2Apr44; M14902. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 5Apr71; R503768.

AMAZING METROPOLIS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; M14364. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500426.

THE AMAZON AWAKENS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 11Apr44; M15379. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 5May71; R505401.

AMPHIBIOUS FIGHTERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 2Jul43; M13734. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503004.

AND THE ANGELS SING, a photoplay in 10 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 20Apr44; L12680. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 23Apr71; R505090.

ANDY HARDY’S BLONDE TROUBLE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 3Apr44; L171. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 5Apr71; R503766.

ANIMAL TRICKS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Feb44; M14559. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503228.

APPOINTMENT IN BERLIN, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15Jul43; L12149. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506405.

AQUA THRILLS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (World of sports) © 28May43; M13747. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504416.

THE ARISTO CAT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 25Jun43; M13698. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506492.

ARMY SHOW, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 28Sep43; L12283. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506508.

AROUND THE WORLD, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 24Nov43; L12443. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499985.

AT THE CAGE DOOR CANTEEN, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. (Speaking of animals) © 25Jun43; L12123. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R502998.

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BACK FROM THE FRONT, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 30Mar43; L11943. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500613.

BACKGROUND TO DANGER, a photoplay in 9 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 25Jun43; L12116. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498967.

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. & Walter Lantz Productions. © 31Mar44; M14708. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions (PWH); 10May71; R505602.

THE BAREFOOT JUDGE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Feb44; M14558. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503227.

BATHING BEAUTY; a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 29May44; L12696. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 1Jun71; R506848.

BATMAN, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each. © Columbia pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Episode no.

1. The electrical brain. © 16Jul43; L12638. 27May71; R506411.

2. The bat’s cave. © 23Jul43; L12530. 27May71; R506409.

3. The mark of the zombies. © 30Jul43; L12531. 27May71; R506410.

4. Slaves of the rising sun. © 6Aug43; L12538. 17Jun71; R507445.

5. The living corpse. © 13Aug43; L12539. 17Jun71; R507446.

6. Poison peril. © 20Aug43; L12540. 17Jun71; R507447.

7. The phoney doctor. © 27Aug43; L12552. 17Jun71; R507448.

THE BAT’S CAVE. See

BATMAN. Episode no. 2.

BATTY BASEBALL, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 13Apr44; M14919. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 14Apr71; R504484.

BEHIND THE BIG TOP, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 7Dec43; L12387. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506510.

BIRDS ON THE WING; a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 24Aug43; M13877. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507452.

BLAZING GUNS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 27Aug43; L12275. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498973.

BLONDE AND GROOM, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 30Mar43; L11944. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R5006l4.

BOOBS IN THE NIGHT, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4May43; L12026. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504410.

THE BOY FROM STALINGRAD, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 30Apr43; L12014. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502850.

BROADWAY RHYTHM, a photoplay in 12 reels by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12542. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498554.

THE BUTCHER OF SEVILLE, a photoplay.in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 7Jan44; L12919. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 18Feb71; R500602.

C
CALIFORNIA JOE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 16Dec43; L12409. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503513.

CALLING DR. DEATH, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 10Dec43; L12419. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500417.

CAMPUS RHYTHM, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 8Oct43; L12335. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498976.

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST, a photoplay in 9 reels by Loew’s. © 29May44; L176. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 1Jun71; R506846.

CANYON CITY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions, Inc. © 9Nov43; L12370. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503511.

CAPTAIN AMERICA, CHAP. 1-3, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 31Dec43; L12461. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503520.

CARTOONS AIN’T HUMAN, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 27Aug43; L12572. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506491.

CASANOVA IN BURLESQUE, a photoplay in 8 reels by Republic Productions. © 21Dec43; L12410. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503514.

THE CHAMPION OF JUSTICE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 17Mar44; M14673. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 24Mar71; R503181.

CHAMPIONS TRAINING CHAMPIONS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 2Aug43; L12159. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506501.

CHARLIE CHAN IN THE SECRET SERVICE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 8Jan44; L12543. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503820.

CHILDHOOD DAYS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 10Jul43; M13723. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506512.

CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK, a photoplay in 9 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 10Mar44; L12600. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505620.

COBRA WOMAN, a photoplay in 8 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12433. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500423.

COLORFUL COLORADO, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 2May44; M14843. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505584.

COMMANDO DUCK, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 17Apr44; L13107. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 5May71; R505402.

COMMUNITY SING, a series of motion pictures by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Series 7, no.

7. © 18Feb43; M13461. 20Jan71; R499246.

10. © 8Jun43; M13645. 21May71; R506238.

Series 8, no.

1. © 29Jul43; M13811. 27May71; R506413.

2. © 27Aug43; M13983. 17Jun71; R507453.

7. © 26Mar43; M13409. 19Feb71; R500620.

Series 9, no.

7. © 29Apr43; M13522. 19Mar71; R502852.

CONSTANT NYMPH, a photoplay in 11 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 24Jul43; L12196. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498971.

CONTRARY CONDOR, a photoplay in 1 reel Walt Disney Productions. © 13Mar44; L12631. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 31Mar71; R503667.

COWBOY COMMANDOS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 30Apr43; L12015. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 29Apr71; R505342.

CRIME DOCTOR, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 21Jun43; L12100. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506233.

CRIME DOES NOT PAY SUBJECT. See

PATROLLING THE ETHER.

CRY HAVOC, a photoplay in 10 reels by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12519. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498550.

THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 17Feb44; L12595. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506035.

D
DANCING ROMEO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 3May44; L178. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505579.

DANGER ON DOME ROCK. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 13.

A DAY IN DEATH VALLEY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 18Jan44; M14612. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 21Jan71; R498859.

A DAY IN JUNE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 3Mar44; L12941. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 24Mar71; R503180.

DAYS OF GLORY, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 19Apr44; L12786. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506040.

DEATH STRIKES AT SEVEN. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 10.

DEATH VALLEY RANGERS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 29Oct43; L12339. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498978.

DEERSLAYER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 28Oct43; L12371. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503512.

DESERT SONG, a photoplay in 10 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 30Nov43; L12464. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498983.

THE DESPERADOES, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 12Feb43; L11859. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499233.

DESTINATION TOKYO, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 1Jan44; L12406. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498982.

DIVING DAREDEVILS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (World of sports) © 26Feb43; M13423. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499245.

DIZZY DETECTIVES, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 5Feb43; L11960. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499240.

DIZZY NEWSREEL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 13Aug43; L12229. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507443.

DONALD DUCK AND THE GORILLA, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 11Feb44; L12702. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 11Mar71; R502195.

THE DOOR THAT HAS NO KEY. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 14.

DRUMS OF FU MANCHU, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 12Oct43; L12327. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503507.

DUDE RANCH BUCKAROOS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 16Sep43; M13939. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506514.

DUTY AND THE BEAST, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 13May43; L12048. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504412.

E
EAGLE VERSUS DRAGON, a photoplay in 2 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12596. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500424.

EASY LIFE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 24May44; L91. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506459.

EDGE OF DARKNESS, a photoplay in 13 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 24Apr43; L11994. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498959.

THE ELECTRICAL BRAIN. See

BATMAN. Episode no. 1.

F
THE FALCON AND THE CO-EDS, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 11Nov43; L12450. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499988.

THE FALCON OUT WEST, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 17Mar44; L12706. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506036.

FANNIE HURST AND HER PETS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 12Nov43; M14153. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500436.

FARMER FOR A DAY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 13Aug43; L12185. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507438.

FELLOW ON A FURLOUGH, a photoplay in 2 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 13Mar44; L12599. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505619.

THE FIGHTING BUCKAROO, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Feb43; L11926. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499238.

FIND THE BLACKMAILER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Nov43; L12359. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498979.

FIRST COMES COURAGE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 29Jul43; L12150. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May7l; R506406.

THE FLY IN THE OINTMENT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 23Jul43; L12404. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506408.

FOLLOW THE BOYS, a photoplay in 13 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Mar44; L12601. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505621.

FREDDIE FISHER AND HIS BAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 15Jan44; M14416. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506524.

THE FROG AND THE PRINCESS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 7Apr44; M14814. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 15Apr71; R504409.

FRONTIER FURY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15May43; L12053. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504413.

G
THE GANG’S ALL HERE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 24Dec43; L12471. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 22Jan71; R499497.

GANGWAY FOR TOMORROW, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 17Nov43; L12452. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499990.

GASLIGHT, a photoplay in 12 reels by Loew’s. © 5May44; L170. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505578.

THE GHOST RIDER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 2Apr43; L11989. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 31Mar71; R504017.

THE GHOST SHIP, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 10Dec43; L12442. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499984.

GOING MY WAY, a photoplay in 14 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 25Feb44; L13471. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 1Mar71; R502741.

GOOD LUCK, MR. YATES, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 21Jun43; L12101. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506234.

GOVERNMENT GIRL, a photoplay in 94 min. by RKO Radio Pictures. © 18Nov43; L12445. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499986.

GRAND CANYON, PRIDE OF CREATION, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 18Jan44; M14421. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 21Jan71; R498858.

A GREAT DAY’S COMING, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 13Apr44; L166. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 14Apr71; R504481.

THE GREAT MOMENT, a photoplay in 8 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 6Jun44; L12836. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507506.

THE GREATEST MAN IN SIAM, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. & Walter Lantz Productions. © 7Feb44; M14557. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions (PWH); 30Mar71; R503226.

GREETINGS BAIT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 22May43; M13602. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500665.

GREY WHITE AND BLUE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 25Jun43; M13697. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500667.

GROOVIE MOVIE, a photoplay in 848 ft. by Loew’s. © 6Apr44; L191. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 12Apr71; R504135.

GUN TO GUN, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 17Jan44; L12446. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506511.

A GUY NAMED JOE, a photoplay in 12 reels by Loew’s. © 18Jan44; L12564. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 21Jan71; R498857.

H
HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO, a photoplay in 11 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 5Jun44; L12808. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507505.

HAIL TO THE RANGERS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Jul43; L12139. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506401.

HAPPY BIRTHDAZE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 16Jul43; L12190. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498970.

HAPPY-GO-NUTTY, a photoplay in 668 ft. by Loew’s. © 22Jun44; L229. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 28Jun71; R508043.

HAPPY TIMES & JOLLY MOMENTS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 27Jul43; L12145. United Artist Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506500.

THE HARD WAY, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 26Jun43; L12117. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498968.

HAT CHECK HONEY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 10Mar44; L12576. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505612.

HE CAN’T MAKE IT STICK, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 20Jul43; L12141. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506403.

THE HEAVENLY BODY, a photoplay in 5 reels by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12526. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498552.

THE HELICOPTER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 21Jan44; M14829. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 18Feb71; R500603.

HENRY ALDRICH, BOY SCOUT; a photoplay in 7 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 4Feb44; L12489. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 1Mar71; R502738.

HENRY ALDRICH HAUNTS A HOUSE, a photoplay by Paramount Pictures. © 11Dec43; L12393. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 8Feb71; R499500.

HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS CUPID, a photoplay in 6 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 9Jun44; L12712. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507502.

HENRY ALDRICH’S LITTLE SECRET, a photoplay in 8 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 7Jun44; L12773. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507504.

HER HONOR THE MARE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 26Nov43; L12413. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506489.

HER PRIMITIVE MAN, a photoplay in 9 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 17Mar44; L12578. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505614.

HERE COMES ELMER, a photoplay in 8 reels by Republic Productions. © 5Oct43; L12328. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503508.

HERE COMES KELLY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 30Jul43; L1216l. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503811.

HERE COMES MR. ZERK, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 20Jul43; L12140. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506402.

HI GOOD-LOOKIN’, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 17Mar44; L12577. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505613.

HIGHER AND HIGHER, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 22Dec43; L12451. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499989.

HIGHER THAN A KITE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 27Jul43; L12144. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506404.

HIS GIRL’S WORST FRIEND, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 13Apr43; L11971. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502845.

HISS AND MAKE UP, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 31Oct49 (in notice: 1943); M4647. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506499.

HIT PARADE OF THE GAY NINETIES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29Nov43; M14241. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506521.

HITLER GANG, a photoplay in 11 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Jun44; L12715. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507503.

HOME MAID, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 15Feb44; L190. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24Feb71; R501295.

THE HOPEFUL DONKEY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 17Dec43; L12935. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498431.

HOTEL RESERVE, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 31Dec43; L334. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Mar71; R500896.

HOUR BEFORE THE DAWN, a photoplay in 7 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 24Mar44; L12645. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 23Apr71; R505089.

HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 19Feb44; L13103. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 11Mar71; R502196.

HOW TO PLAY GOLF, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 14Jan44; L12676. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 4Feb71; R499804.

THE HUNGRY GOAT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 25Jun43; L12122. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498969.

HUNTING THE DEVIL CAT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 10Jan44; M14392. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506523.

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I CAN HARDLY WAIT, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 13Aug43; L12186. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507439.

I ESCAPED FROM THE GESTAPO, a photoplay in 9 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 23Apr43; L11991. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504691.

I LOVE A SOLDIER, a photoplay in 11 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 14Jun44; L13191. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Jun71; R507507.

I SPIED FOR YOU, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 27Apr43; L11998. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502848.

THE IMMORTAL BLACKSMITH, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 17May44; L245. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17May71; R506296.

IMPORTANT BUSINESS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 27Apr44; L228. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505580.

THE IMPOSTOR, a photoplay in 10 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 7Feb44; L12504. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503220.

IN CURRENT EVENTS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. (Speaking of animals) © 7May43; L12050. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503000.

IN OLD OKLAHOMA, a photoplay in 11 reels by Republic Productions. © 13Oct43; L12329. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503509.

INNERTUBE ANTICS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 18Jan44; L222. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 21Jan71; R498856.

INTO THE CLOUDS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 31Jan44; M14443. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506526.

THE IRON MAJOR, a photoplay in 11 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 27Oct43; L12435. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499983.

J
JACK WABBIT & BEANSTALK, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 7Jul43; M13718. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506493.

JASPER’S MUSIC LESSON, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 31May43; L12068. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R502999.

JOHNNY COME LATELY, a photoplay in 10 reels by Cagney Productions. © 3Sep43; L12377. Richard Feiner & Co., Inc. (PWH); 22Jun71; R507612.

A JOLLY GOOD FURLOUGH, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 23Apr43; L12039. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498961.

JUMP, FISH, JUMP, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports, no. 89. © 25Jun43; M14314. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506240.

K
THE KID IN UPPER 4, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12541. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498553.

KINDLY SCRAM, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 5Mar43; L11956. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500615.

KING OF THE ARCHERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 9Oct43; M14021. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506517.

KINGS OF BASKETBALL; a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 17Aug43; M13848. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507450.

KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, a photoplay in 9 reels by Producers Corp. of America. © 17Mar44; L12615. Film Archives Trading Co. (PWH); 15Apr71; R504044.

KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, a photoplay in 9 reels by Producers Corp, of America. © 17Mar44; L12615. Principal Film Exchange, Inc. (PWH); 29Apr71; R505331.

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LADIES COURAGEOUS, a photoplay in 9 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 10Mar44; L12580. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505616.

LADY IN THE DARK; a photoplay in 10 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 9Feb44; L12686. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 1Mar71; R502740.

LAW OF THE NORTHWEST, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Mar43; L11921. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500611.

LAW RIDES AGAIN, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 18Jun43; L12103. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503810.

LET’S HAVE FUN, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 16Feb43; L11884. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499235.

LITTLE ISLES OF FREEDOM, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Feb43; L11837. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498951.

LITTLE RED RIDING RABBIT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 17Jan44; M14415. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506495.

LIVING CORPSE. See

BATMAN. Episode 5.

LOWELL THOMAS’ MAGIC CARPET OF MOVIETONE. See

A VOLCANO IS BORN.

M
MACKINAC ISLAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 15Feb44; M421. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24Feb71; R501297.

MAGAZINE MODEL, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Feb44; M14556. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503225.

A MAID MADE MAD, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Mar43; L11972. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500616.

MAIN STREET TODAY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 30Mar44; L258. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503764.

THE MAN KILLERS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29May43; L12069. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498964.

THE MARK OF THE ZOMBIES. See

BATMAN. Episode no. 5.

MARRY-GO-ROUND, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 31Dec43; L12431. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506490.

THE MASKED MARVEL, CHAP. 1-12, a photoplay in 25 reels by Republic Productions. © 6Nov43; L12459. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503518.

MASS MOUSE MEETING, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 8Jun43; L12092. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506232.

MEATLESS FLYDAY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 30Dec43; M14465. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506497.

MEET THE PEOPLE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Loew’s. © 23Mar44; L175. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24Mar71; R503205.

MELODY GARDEN, a photoplay in 2 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 15Mar44; L12597. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505617.

MELODY PARADE, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 15Jul43; L12207. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503812.

MEN WORKING TOGETHER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Jul43; M14315. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506414.

MERCHANT CONVOY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Jun43; M13682. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506239.

MIGHTY MOUSE MEETS JEKYLL AND HYDE CAT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 28Apr44; L12694. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 7May71; R505535.

THE MILLION DOLLAR CAT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 20Apr44; L12683. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22Apr71; R504858.

MINE OF MISSING MEN. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 12.

MISSION TO MOSCOW, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 22May43; L12064. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498963.

MRS. LOWELL THOMAS–FUR FARMER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Feb44; M14560. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503229.

MOON OVER LAS VEGAS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Mar44; L12579. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505615.

MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 15Dec43; L12422. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500420.

THE MORE THE MERRIER, a photoplay in 12 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15Apr43; L11979. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502846.

MOUNTAIN FIGHTERS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 21Sep43; L12264. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506503.

THE MUMMY’S GHOST, a photoplay in 6 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12421. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500419.

MURDER IN TIMES SQUARE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Mar43; L11918. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500609.

MURDER ON THE WATERFRONT, a photoplay in 6 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 25Sep43; L12284. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498974.

MY BOY JOHNNY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 12May44; M14905. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506399.

MY BOY JOHNNY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 12May44; L12693. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506398.

MY WIFE’S AN ANGEL, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Jun43; L12105. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506235.

THE MYSTERIOUS DOCTOR, a photoplay in 6 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Mar43; L11898. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498954.

MYSTERY BROADCAST, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions, Inc. © 7Oct43; L12326. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503506.

MYSTERY OF THE 13TH GUEST, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 24Sep43; L12388. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503815.

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A NATION DANCES, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 25Sep43; L12282. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506507.

NEARLY EIGHTEEN, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 1Oct43; L12289. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503814.

NEWS OF THE DAY, a series of newsreels by Hearst Metrotone News. 1 reel each. © Hearst Metrotone News, Inc. (PWH)

v. 15, issue no.

206. © 1Oct43; M14092. 20Jan71; R499118.

207. © 6Oct43; M14112. 20Jan71; R499119.

208. © 8Oct43; M14113. 20Jan71; R499120.

209. © 13Oct43; M14121. 20Jan71; R499121.

210. © 15Oct43; M14122. 20Jan71; R499122.

211. © 19Oct43; M14141. 20Jan71; R499123.

212. © 22Oct43; M14142. 20Jan71; R499124.

213. © 27Oct43; M14182. 20Jan71; R499125.

214. © 29Oct43; M14183. 20Jan71; R499126.

215. © 3Nov43; M14242. 20Jan71; R499127.

216. © 5Nov43; M14243. 20Jan71; R499128.

217. © 10Nov43; M14262. 20Jan71; R499129.

218. © 12Nov43; M14263. 20Jan71; R499130.

219. © 17Nov43; M14285. 20Jan71; R499131.

220. © 19Nov43; M14286. 20Jan71; R499132.

221. © 24Nov43; M14299. 20Jan71; R499133.

222. © 26Nov43; M14300. 20Jan71; R499134.

223. © 1Dec43; M14351. 20Jan71; R499137.

224. © 3Dec43; M14352. 20Jan71; R499138.

225. © 8Dec43; M14345. 20Jan71; R499135.

226. © 10Dec43; M14346. 20Jan71; R499136.

227. © 15Dec43; M14393. 20Jan71; R499139.

228. © 17Dec43; M14394. 20Jan71; R499140.

229. © 22Dec43; M14418. 20Jan71; R499141.

230. © 24Dec43; M14419. 20Jan71; R499142.

231. © 29Dec43; M14426. 20Jan71; R499143.

232. © 31Dec43; M14427. 20Jan71; R499144.

233. © 5Jan44; M14450. 15Apr71; R504539.

234. © 7Jan44; M14451. 15Apr71; R504540.

235. © 12Jan44; M14466. 15Apr71; R504541.

236. © 14Jan44; M14467. 15Apr71; R504542.

237. © 19Jan44; M14481. 15Apr71; R504543.

238. © 21Jan44; M14482. 15Apr71; R504544.

239. © 26Jan44; M14494. 15Apr71; R504545.

240. © 28Jan44; M14495. 15Apr71; R504546.

241. © 2Feb44; M14541. 15Apr71; R504547.

242. © 4Feb44; M14542. 15Apr71; R504548.

243. © 9Feb44; M14572. 15Apr71; R504549.

244. © 11Feb44; M14573. 15Apr71; R504550.

245. © 16Feb44; M14585. 15Apr71; R504551.

246. © 18Feb44; M14586. 15Apr71; R504552.

247. © 23Feb44; M14613. 15Apr71; R504553.

248. © 25Feb44; M14614. 15Apr71; R504554.

249. © 1Mar44; M14657. 15Apr71; R504555.

250. © 3Mar44; M14658. 15Apr71; R504556.

251. © 8Mar44; M14682. 15Apr71; R504557.

252. © 10Mar44; M14683. 15Apr71; R504558.

253. © 15Mar44; M14698. 15Apr71; R504559.

254. © 17Mar44; M14699. 15Apr71; R504560.

255. © 22Mar44; M14739. 15Apr71; R504562.

256. © 24Mar44; M14724. 15Apr71; R504561.

257. © 29Mar44; M14782. 15Apr71; R504563.

258. © 31Mar44; M14783. 15Apr71; R504564.

NO PLACE FOR A LADY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Feb43; L11860. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499234.

NORTHERN PURSUIT, a photoplay in 11 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 13Nov43; L12363. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498980.

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O, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 15Nov43; L12545. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503521.

OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 4Sep43; L12238. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506502.

OKLAHOMA RAIDERS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12424. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500421.

OLD ACQUAINTANCE, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 27Nov43; L12401. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498981.

ON THE ROAD TO MONTERREY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 31Mar44; M534. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503765.

OUR AFRICAN FRONTIER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 28Sep43; L12281. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506506.

OUR ALASKAN FRONTIER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 15Jan44; M14417. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506525.

OUR GANG. See

RADIO BUGS.

OVERLAND MAIL ROBBERY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions, Inc. © 20Oct43; L12369. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503510.

OZZIE NELSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 27Mar43; M13405. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500664.

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PASSPORT TO DESTINY, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 25Feb44; L12586. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506033.

PASSPORT TO SUEZ, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 12Aug43; L12386. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507444.

PATROLLING THE ETHER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. (A crime does not pay subject) © 13Apr44; L212. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 14Apr71; R504483.

PETE SMITH SPECIALTY. See

SPORTSMAN’S MEMORIES.

PHANTOM LADY, a photoplay in 9 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 7Feb44; L12505. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503221.

PHONEY DOCTOR. See

BATMAN. Episode 7.

PISTOL PACKIN’ MAMA, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 15Dec43; L12457. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503517.

PLENTY BELOW ZERO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 23Apr43; L12049. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502851.

POISON PERIL. See

BATMAN. Episode 6.

POWER OF THE PRESS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 13Aug43; L12188. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507440.

THE PRACTICAL JOKER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 7Jan44; L12518. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498549.

PRIDE OF THE PLAINS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 17Dec43; L12411. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503515.

PRINCESS O’ROURKE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Oct43; L12336. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498977.

PROF. SMALL AND MR. TALL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 26Mar43; L11977. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500617.

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QUACK SERVICE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp, © 3Aug43; L12202. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507441.

R
RADIO BUGS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. (Our gang) © 19Mar44; L235. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502934.

RAIDERS OF SUNSET PASS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 20Dec43; L12460. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503519.

RATION FER THE DURATION, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 28May43; L12076. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498965.

RATIONED RHYTHM, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 4Jun43; M13657. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503003.

RATIONING, a photoplay in 9 reels by Loew’s. © 22Jan44; L12503. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 26Jan71; R499441.

REAR GUNNER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 17Apr43; L11981. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498958.

REDHEAD FROM MANHATTAN, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 30Apr43; L12013. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502849.

REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4Feb43; L11858. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499232.

REVENGE OF THE ZOMBIES, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 6Aug43; L12266. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503813.

RIDERS OF THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15Feb43; L11927. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499239.

ROBIN HOOD OF THE RANGE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 29Jul43; L12403. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506407.

ROD AND REEL ON ANTICOSTI ISLAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 15May43; M13573. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498986.

ROOKIES IN BURMA, a photoplay in 6 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 10Dec43; L12449. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499987.

ROVERS RANGERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29May43; M13616. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500666.

RULES OF THE NAUTICAL ROAD, a motion picture in 2 reels by Walt Disney Productions. © 25Jan44; M14434. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 4Feb71; R499805.

S
SADDLES AND SAGEBRUSH, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 23Mar43; L11928. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500612.

SARONG GIRL, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 30Apr43; L12038. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498960.

SATAN IN THE SADDLE. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 11.

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS, a series of motion pictures by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Series 22, 1942/43.

7. © 26Feb43; M13511. 20Jan71; R499247.

8. © 31Mar43; M13523. 19Feb71; R500622.

9. © 4May43; M13529. 19Apr71; R504415.

10. © 8Jun43; M13644. 21May71; R506237.

Series 23, 1943/44.

1. © 15Aug43; M14039. 17Jun71; R507454.

2. © 23Aug43; M13876. 17Jun71; R507451.

SCREWBALL SQUIRREL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 2Apr44; L189. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 5Apr71; R503767.

SEE HERE, PRIVATE HARGROVE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Loew’s. © 14Feb44; L174. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24Feb71; R501294.

SEEIN RED, WHITE ‘N BLUE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 13Feb43; L11880. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498952.

SEVEN DAYS ASHORE, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 25Apr44; L12707. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506037.

SHE HAS WHAT IT TAKES, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Mar43; L11919. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500610.

A SHIP IS BORN, a photoplay in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 28Sep43; L12280. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506505.

SHOE SHINE BOY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12517. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498548.

SHOT IN THE ESCAPE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 6Aug43; L12771. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jun71; R507449.

SHOW BUSINESS, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 10May44; L12709. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506039.

SILVER SKATES, a photoplay in 9 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 29Jan43; L11951. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498957.

SING A JINGLE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 15Dec43; L12418. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500416.

SKI SOLDIERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (World of sports) © 26Mar43; M13483. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500621.

SLAVES OF THE RISING SUN. See

BATMAN. Episode 4.

SLIGHTLY TERRIFIC, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Mar44; L12626. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505622.

SMART GUY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 5Nov43; L12389. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503816.

SNOW SPORTS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 27Jul43; M13788. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506513.

SOCKS APPEAL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Feb43; L11999. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499242.

SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT, a photoplay in 10 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4Feb43; L11885. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499236.

SOMEWHERE, U.S.A., a photoplay in 916 ft. by Loew’s. © 21Jun44; L211. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 28Jun71; R508042.

THE SONG OF BERNADETTE, a photoplay in 17 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 25Dec43; L12692. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 22Jan71; R499498.

SONG OF RUSSIA, a photoplay in 12 reels by Loew’s. © 4Jan44; L12520. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498551.

SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD, a photoplay in 10 reels by Charles R. Rogers Talking Pictures Corp. © 2Jun44; L12729. Film Archives Trading Co. (PWH); 7Jun71; R507035.

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS. See

AT THE CAGE DOOR CANTEEN.

IN CURRENT EVENTS.

SPOOK LOUDER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Apr43; L11984. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502847.

SPORTSMAN’S MEMORIES, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. (A Pete Smith specialty) © 13Apr44; L259. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 3May71; R505076.

SPRINGTIME FOR PLUTO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 20May44; L13102. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 7Jun71; R506986.

SPY TRAIN, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 28May43; L12089. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503809.

STANDING ROOM ONLY, a photoplay by Paramount Pictures. © 7Jan44; L12546. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 8Feb71; R499501.

STARS AND VIOLINS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 16Mar44; L12598. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505618.

STARS ON HORSEBACK, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 4Oct43; M14006. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506516.

STORY OF DR. WASSELL, a photoplay in 15 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 1Apr44; L13472. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 23Apr71; R505091.

THE STRANGER FROM PECOS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 10May43; L12056. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 5May71; R505627.

THE SULTAN’S DAUGHTER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 12Jan44; L12610. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503821.

SUPER RABBIT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 19Jul43; M13761. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500668.

SWEENEY STEPS OUT, a motion picture in 10 min. by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 28Sep43; M13986. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506515.

SWEEPING OARS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (World of sports) © 29Jul43; M13810. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506412.

SWEET SWING, a photoplay in 2 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 7Feb44; L12508. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503223.

SWEETHEART SERENADE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 4Nov43; M14105. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506518.

SWEETHEART SERENADE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 7Dec43; M14261. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506522.

SWEETHEARTS OF THE U.S.A., a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 6Jan44; L12465. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503818.

SWINGTIME JOHNNY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; L12420. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500418.

T
TALE OF A DOG, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 13Apr44; L221. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 14Apr71; R504482.

TARZAN TRIUMPHS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Principal Artists Productions. © 12Jan43; L11970. NGC Television, Inc., former name Banner Productions, Inc. (PWH); 28Dec70; R498517.

TENDER COMRADE, a photoplay in 11 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 19Dec43; L12590. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 1Feb71; R499991.

THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 9Oct43; L12303. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498975.

THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT A SOLDIER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 26Feb43; L12002. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499243.

THIS IS YOUR ENEMY, a motion picture in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 1Feb43; M13224. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498984.

THREE CHEERS FOR THE GIRLS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 12May43; L12052. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498962.

THREE LITTLE TWIRPS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4May43; L12027. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504411.

THREE MEN IN WHITE, a photoplay in 9 reels by Loew’s. © 26Apr44; L12671. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505582.

TIN PAN ALLEY CATS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 26Jul43; M13787. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506494.

TOM TURK & DAFFY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 14Feb44; M14480. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506498.

TOO WEAK TO WORK, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 26Mar43; L11938. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498956.

TORTOISE WINS BY A HARE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 23Feb43; L11874. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498953.

TRAITOR’S SHROUD. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 9.

TREE FOR TWO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 21Jun43; L12166. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 21May71; R506236.

THE TREE SURGEON, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 17May44; L226. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17May71; R506295.

TROMBONE TROUBLE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 4Jan44; L12636. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 4Feb71; R499803.

TROPICAL SPORTLAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Nov43; M14120. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506520.

TRUCK BUSTERS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Feb43; L11845. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498950.

TUMBLE BUGS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 14May43; M13606. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503002.

TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR, a photoplay in 7 reels by Loew’s. © 5May44; L12649. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505581.

TWO SAPLINGS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 5Mar43; L12104. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Feb71; R500618.

TWO SENORITAS FROM CHICAGO, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 27May43; L12067. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Apr71; R504414.

U
THE UNBEARABLE BEAR, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 1May43; M13528. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498988.

THE UNINVITED, a photoplay by Paramount Pictures. © 6Jan44; L12566. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 8Feb71; R499502.

UNITED STATES ARMY BAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 13May43; M13566. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498985.

UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL, by Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel each. © Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH)

v. 16.

246. © 2Dec43; M14370. 7Jan71; R500427.

247. © 7Dec43; M14371. 7Jan71; R500428.

248. © 9Dec43; M14372. 7Jan71; R500429.

249. © 14Dec43; M14373. 7Jan71; R500430.

250. © 16Dec43; M14374. 7Jan71; R500431.

251. © 21Dec43; M14505. 7Jan71; R500432.

252. © 23Dec43; M14506. 7Jan71; R500433.

253. © 28Dec43; M14507. 7Jan71; R500434.

254. © 30Dec43; M14508. 7Jan71; R500435.

255. © 4Jan44; M14509. 16Feb71; R500298.

v. 17.

256. © 6Jan44; M14510. 16Feb71; R500299.

257. © 11Jan44; M14511. 16Feb71; R500300.

258. © 13Jan44; M14512. 16Feb71; R500301.

259. © 18Jan44; M14513. 16Feb71; R500302.

260. © 20Jan44; M14514. 16Feb71; R500303.

261. © 25Jan44; M14619. 16Feb71; R500304.

262. © 27Jan44; M14620. 16Feb71; R500305.

263. © 1Feb44; M14621. 30Mar71; R503230.

264. © 3Feb44; M14622. 30Mar71; R503231.

265. © 8Feb44; M14623. 30Mar71; R503232.

266. © 10Feb44; M14624. 30Mar71; R503233.

267. © 15Feb44; M14625. 30Mar71; R503234.

268. © 17Feb44; M14626. 30Mar71; R503235.

269. © 22Feb44; M14627. 30Mar71; R503236.

270. © 24Feb44; M14628. 30Mar71; R503237.

271. © 29Feb44; M14629. 30Mar71; R503238.

272. © 2Mar44; M14630. 10May71; R505601.

273. © 7Mar44; M14709. 10May71; R505603.

274. © 9Mar44; M14710. 10May71; R505604.

275. © 13Mar44; M14713. 10May71; R505607.

276. © 16Mar44; M14714. 10May71; R505608.

277. © 21Mar44; M14715. 10May71; R505609.

278. © 23Mar44; M14716. 10May71; R505610.

279. © 28Mar44; M14711. 10May71; R505605.

280. © 30Mar44; M14712. 10May71; R505606.

UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS L2-4, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 30Apr43; M13524. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503001.

UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS L2-5, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 9Jul43; M13740. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar71; R503005.

UP IN ARMS, a photoplay in 105 min. by Avalon Productions. © 2Mar44; L12594. Samuel Goldwyn Productions (PWH & PCW); 16Apr71; R504565-504566.

V
THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Chapter

8. When the devil drives. © 5Feb43; L11855. 20Jan71; R499229.

9. The traitor’s shroud. © 12Feb43; L11856. 20Jan71; R499230.

10. Death strikes at seven. © 12Feb43; L11857. 20Jan71; R499231.

11. Satan in the saddle. © 26Feb43; L11902. 20Jan71; R499237.

12. The mine of missing men. © 5Mar43; L11903. 19Feb71; R500605.

13. Danger on Dome Rock. © 8Mar43; L11904. 19Feb71; R500606.

14. The door that has no key. © 10Mar43; L11905. 19Feb71; R500607.

15. © 12Mar43; L11906. 19Feb71; R500608.

VAUDEVILLE DAYS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. © 28Sep43; L12279. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506504.

VISITING ST. LOUIS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 18Jan44; M14935. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 21Jan71; R498860.

THE VITAMIN G-MAN, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 5Feb43; L11975. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499241.

VOICE THAT THRILLED THE WORLD, a motion picture in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 4Nov43; M14106. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506519.

A VOLCANO IS BORN, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Lowell Thomas’ magic carpet of movietone) © 24Dec43; M14787. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 22Jan71; R499499.

W
WAGON WHEELS WEST, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Nov43; L12360. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506509.

WATCH ON THE RHINE, a photoplay in 114 min. by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 4Sep43; L12239. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R498972.

WEEK-END PASS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 7Feb44; L12506. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503222.

WEIRD WOMAN, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 10Mar44; L12575. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 10May71; R505611.

WESTWARD BOUND, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 3Dec43; L12402. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503817.

WHAT A MAN, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 3Jan44; L12488. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503819.

WHAT’S BUZZIN’, COUSIN? A photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 8Jul43; L12132. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 27May71; R506400.

WHAT’S COOKIN’ DOC? A motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 27Jan44; M14442. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506496.

WHEN THE DEVIL DRIVES. See

THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. Chapter 8.

WHISPERING FOOTSTEPS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 30Nov43; L12412. Repix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R503516.

THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER, a photoplay in 13 reels by Loew’s. © 25Apr44; L12695. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6May71; R505583.

WHY DADDY? A photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 17May44; L12682. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17May71; R506297.

WILD HORSE STAMPEDE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 16Apr43; L11990. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503807.

WILLOUGHBY’S MAGIC HAT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 2Apr43; L11959. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19Mar71; R502844.

WINGS IN RECORD TIME, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 31Dec43; M14363. Universal Pictures, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan71; R500425.

WINGS OVER THE PACIFIC, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 21May43; L12066. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 1Apr71; R503808.

WOLF IN THIEF’S CLOTHING, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 12Feb43; L12118. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Jan71; R499244.

WOMEN IN SPORTS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Feb43; M13288. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 22Jan71; R500663.

WOOD PECKIN’, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 6Aug43; L12189. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 24May71; R506488.

WORLD OF SPORTS. See

AQUA THRILLS.

DIVING DAREDEVILS.

JUMP, FISH, JUMP.

KINGS OF BASKETBALL.

SKI SOLDIERS.

SWEEPING OARS.

WORLD’S YOUNGEST AVIATOR, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Feb44; M14555. Universal Pictures, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 30Mar71; R503224.

THE WRECK OF THE HESPERUS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 11Feb44; M14844. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 18Feb71; R500604.

Y
YELLOW CANARY, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio British Productions. © 13Apr44; L12708. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 14May71; R506038.

YOKEL DUCK MAKES GOOD, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 26Nov43; L12920. CBS Enterprises, Inc. (PWH); 8Jan71; R498430.

YOU CAN’T RATION LOVE; a photoplay in 8 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 24Feb44; L12637. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 1Mar71; R502739.

Z
THE ZOOT CAT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 15Feb44; L220. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 24Feb71; R501296.

These entries alone may not reflect the complete Copyright Office record pertaining to a particular work. Contact the U.S. Copyright Office for information about any additional records that may exist.
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NAME INDEX
An index to the names of claimants, producing and releasing companies, sponsors, and authors given in the main entries. Below each name are the titles under which the main entries are to be found. Renewal registrations are identified by the symbol (R).

A
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
ROCK AND ROLL WITH THE SAFETY PATROL.
A & M Films.
JOE COCKER: MAD DOGS & ENGLISHMEN.
ABC Sports, Inc.
THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN.
ABT Associates, Inc.
AFRO-CITY: ABEOKUTA, NIGERIA.
ACI Films, Inc.
THE FLUTTERBYE.
A. P. Productions, Inc.
FACE TO FACE.
ATD, Inc.
CLEAN UP YOUR LANGUAGE.
A-V Corp. Teaching Films, Inc.
SEE Teaching Films, Inc.
Abbott, Sheldon.
DRUM LATHE OPERATION.
MASTER CYLINDER SERVICE.
SERVICING THE BENDIX DUO-SERVO BRAKE.
WHEEL CYLINDER SERVICE.
Academy Films, Inc.
JAPAN.
Adam-12 Productions.
ADAM-12.
Aegis Productions.
CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY (SOLID TUMORS)
Aetna Life & Casualty.
CRASH AVOIDANCE.
THE DECISION IS YOURS.
DRIVING–OR DRIVEN.
IDENTIFY, PREDICT, DECIDE, EXECUTE.
SEPARATING AND COMPROMISING RISKS.
Aids to Motivation.
BOARD PROPOSALS AND COUNTER PROPOSALS.
ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS OF A NEGOTIATIONS AGREEMENT.
EVALUATING TEACHER DEMANDS.
Aims Instructional Media Services, Inc.
DINOSAURS, THE TERRIBLE LIZARDS.
Albion Film Corp.
THE SECRET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG.
Alderman Studios, Inc.
LEGS: A SYSTEM OF INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION FOR NURSING EDUCATION.
Alfran Productions, Inc.
MAKING IT.
All-Film Enterprises, Inc.
MARITAL FULFILLMENT.
Allen, Irwin.
LAND OF THE GIANTS.
Allied Artists Pictures Corp.
COWBOY COMMANDOS. (R)
THE GHOST RIDER. (R)
I ESCAPED FROM THE GESTAPO. (R)
THE STRANGER FROM PECOS. (R)
Allied Mills, Inc.
[WAYNE DOG FOOD TELEVISION COMMERCIAL]
Allstate Insurance Co.
K-12.
Allyn Distributing Co.
INTRODUCING.
Alpha Corp. of America.
BLOOD OF THE LAMB.
TOGETHER FOR LIFE.
THE WAY OF THE CROSS FOR CHILDREN TODAY.
Alpha Corp. of America. Educational Division.
BLOOD OF THE LAMB.
THE WAY OF THE CROSS FOR CHILDREN TODAY.
Alpha Films.
THE DOWNTOWN SWAMI’S CHILDREN.
Altschul (Gilbert) Productions, Inc.
L.A. 53.
PEOPLE: BRINGING LIFE TO THE CITY.
TO SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT: CONSERVATION.
American Cancer Society, Inc.
CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY (SOLID TUMORS)
CANCER OF THE URINARY SYSTEM.
THE FRED STEINMARK STORY.
I’LL BUY THAT.
THE MARGUERITE PIAZZA STORY.
NURSING MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER.
RADIATION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CANCER.
RECOVERY AFTER MASTECTOMY.
A SALUTE TO VOLUNTEERS.
American College of Cardiology.
CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT.
American Film Institute.
THE NATIONAL FLOWER OF BROOKLYN.
American International Pictures.
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS.
American International Pictures, Inc.
A BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY.
American International Productions.
ANGEL UNCHAINED.
CRY OF THE BANSHEE.
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS.
American Lutheran Church.
GREAT STORIES–BIBLE STORIES.
American Lutheran Church. Dept. of TV/Radio/Films.
GREAT STORIES–BIBLE STORIES.
American Management Assn., Inc.
CASE STUDY.
CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT.
CUSTOMER COMMUNICATION.
CUSTOMER RELATIONS.
MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS.
ORGANIZATION.
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL.
THE PLANNED SALES CALL.
PRE-CALL PLANNING.
THE PROBLEM-SOLVING SALESMAN.
SELLING WITH VISUALS.
STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE.
TIME AND TERRITORY MANAGEMENT.
USING PSYCHOLOGY IN SELLING.
American National Red Cross.
WHITEWATER.
American Personnel & Guidance Assn.
CARL ROGERS CONDUCTS AN ENCOUNTER GROUP.
CARL ROGERS: ON FACILITATING A GROUP.
American Retail Federation.
THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW.
Amicus Productions, Ltd.
THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD.
Anderson (Dale) Productions.
OPERATION CONTROL.
Anderson, Gerry.
JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN.
Anderson, Maxwell.
ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS.
Anderson, Sylvia.
JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN.
Appleton-Century-Crofts.
HELP FOR MARK.
Appleton-Century Crofts, Inc.
BORN TO SUCCEED: BEHAVIORAL PROCEDURES FOR EDUCATION.
Arena Productions, Inc.
THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.
Aries Films, Inc.
A NEW LEAF.
Arlorio, Giorgio.
BURN.
Arnaz (Desi) Productions, Inc.
THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW.
Arno Press.
THE COLOR OF JUSTICE.
Art & Nature.
CAMERA AND SHOT.
EYE AND CAMERA.
FRAGMENTING THE SCENE.
SHOT AND SCENE.
Arwin Productions.
WITH SIX YOU GET EGG ROLL.
Ascot Productions, Inc.
THERE’S A GIRL IN MY SOUP.
Association of American Geographers.
A COMPARISON: JAPAN AND NORTH AMERICA.
GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE.
Astrafilms, Inc.
SOLVING IMPASSES IN EDUCATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS.
Atlantis Productions, Inc.
JERUSALEM, CENTER OF MANY WORLDS.
NEGRO HEROES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY.
NEGRO KINGDOMS OF AFRICA’S GOLDEN AGE.
Atwood, Ann.
HAIKU: A PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION.
Audio Productions.
BIG DAY TOMORROW.
CROSSROADS.
ELEMENTS OF MANAGING FOR RADIOLOGISTS.
GROUND WATER: THE HIDDEN RESERVOIR.
OF DOLLARS AND SENSE.
SOMETHING FOR A RAINY DAY.
WHICH COMES FIRST.
Audio Visual productions.
WE AND THE LAW.
Audiovisual Service, Boy Scouts of America. SEE Boy Scouts of America. Audiovisual Service.
AuViCation, Inc.
SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.
Avalon Productions, Inc.
UP IN ARMS. (R)
Avi Associates, Inc.
THE PRESIDENCY: DECISIONS OF DESTINY.
B
Bal-Pan Productions, Inc.
WOOD SONG.
A Balut Production.
WARKILL.
Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn., San Francisco.
THE CARE AND HEEDING OF A V.I.P.
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION IN OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS.
HOLDS FOR UNCOLLECTED FUNDS.
LITTLE THINGS, LITTLE THINGS.
RED CARPET FAST TELLER SERVICE.
Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn., San Francisco. Marketing Dept.
THE CARE AND HEEDING OF A V.I.P.
LITTLE THINGS, LITTLE THINGS.
Bank of America National Trust & Savings Assn., San Francisco. Training Dept.
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION IN OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS.
HOLDS FOR UNCOLLECTED FUNDS.
RED CARPET FAST TELLER SERVICE.
Banner Productions, Inc.
SEE NGC Television, Inc.
Barnett, S. H.
DEATH VALLEY DAYS.
Baron, John G.
CHARLIE CHANSTEIN MEETS THE WILD BUNCH: JOHN & MARY & BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE.
Barr, Richard.
THE BOYS IN THE BAND.
Barrett, William E.
PIECES OF DREAMS.
Bartel, Paul.
NAUGHTY NURSE.
Bartlett, Hall.
CHANGES.
Bartlett (Hall) Inc.
CHANGES.
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Tex.
ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE.
Beast of Blood Co.
BEAST OF BLOOD.
Behrens Co., Inc.
FRIENDS.
Bell (Clark) Films.
THOSE ANIMALS ON THE FARM.
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.
THE THINKING ??? MACHINES.
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Film Unit.
THE THINKING ??? MACHINES.
Beneficial Corp.
[BENEFICIAL CORP. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]
Benziger, Inc.
RELIGION, MONTESSORI AND THE HOME.
Berry (Raymond) Associates.
THERE’S A CATCH TO IT.
Bestline Products, Inc.
YOUR GROWTH INTO GREATNESS.
Better Management Methods.
SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HUMAN RELATIONS.
Betzer Productions, Inc.
THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW.
Big Fights, Inc.
JACK JOHNSON.
Board of Trustees, Livingston Free Public Library.
SEE Livingston Free Public Library (N.J.) Board of Trustees.
Bond, Elizabeth.
PEG’S BATIKS.
Bowen, Catherine Drinker.
THE MUSIC LOVERS.
Bowmar Pub. Corp.
MINIBIKES.
MOTORCYCLE RACING.
SNOWMOBILES.
VW BUGS.
Bowmar Records, Inc.
CHILDREN’S SONGS.
A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.
MINIBIKES.
MOTHER GOOSE SONGS.
MOTORCYCLE RACING.
SNOWMOBILES.
VW BUGS.
Bowmar Records, Inc.
SEE Bowmar Pub. Corp.
Boy Scouts of America.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCOUTING.
THE COST OF SCOUTING.
THE CUB SCOUT ROUNDTABLE.
CUB SCOUT UNIFORM MAKES YOUR PACK GO.
THE KEY TO SUCCESS.
MORE MONEY–LESS TIME.
TAKE IT FROM CHARLIE.
TROOP MEETING TONIGHT.
Boy Scouts of America. Audiovisual Service.
CUB SCOUT UNIFORM MAKES YOUR PACK GO.
THE KEY TO SUCCESS.
MORE MONEY–LESS TIME.
TAKE IT FROM CHARLIE.
Bradford, Richard.
RED SKY AT MORNING.
Bratton, Otis L.
A DIRECTION FOR TOMORROW.
Breen, Myles P.
PEG’S BATIKS.
Breitenbach, William J.
INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN.
Bresee, Frank.
PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH.
Bresee (Frank) Productions, Inc.
PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH.
Brigade Productions, Inc.
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER.
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
BATON TECHNIQUES FOR CHURCH CHORAL CONDUCTORS.
LOVE AT HOME.
SUPERVISORY TECHNIQUES.
YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Motion Picture Dept.
BATON TECHNIQUES FOR CHURCH CHORAL CONDUCTORS.
LOVE AT HOME.
SUPERVISORY TECHNIQUES.
YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
Brighton Pictures, Inc.
THE MCKENZIE BREAK.
Brigitte Films, Ltd.
MUMSY, NANNY, SONNY & GIRLY.
Bristol Pictures, Inc.
THE SCALPHUNTERS.
Broadman Films.
AFRICAN WITNESS.
THE CENTURIES OF DECLINE.
DEVELOPING A PLAN FOR CHURCH ADVANCE.
THE GROWTH OF THE EARLY CHURCH.
INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE.
MESSAGES FROM FIRST CENTURY CHRISTIANS.
PLANNING AND CONDUCTING A VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL.
TELLING GOOD NEWS IN AFRICA.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL JOINT SERVICE.
WHAT BAPTISTS BELIEVE ABOUT GOD.
WHAT BAPTISTS BELIEVE ABOUT THE ORDINANCES.
Brodsky-Gould Productions.
LITTLE MURDERS.
Budd (Billy) Films, Inc.
HOLY SMOKE.
Budek (Herbert E.) Films & Slides.
ANDREA DEL SARTO.
ANDREA MANTEGNA.
ANTONELLO DA MESSINA.
BENOZZO GOZZOLI.
CANALETTO.
CARAVAGGIO.
CARLO CRIVELLI.
CLAUDE LORRAIN.
COSIMO TURA.
FILIPPINO LIPPI.
FRANCESCO GUARDI.
GENTILE DA FABRIANO.
GIORGIONE.
GIOVANNI BELLINI.
GIOVANNI DI PAOLO.
ITALIAN MANNERISTS.
JEAN BAPTISTE COROT.
LORENZO LOTTO.
MASACCIO.
MASOLINO DA PANICALE.
PAOLO UCCELLO.
PAOLO VERONESE.
PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA.
PIERO DI COSIMO.
PIETRO LONGHI.
RAPHAEL.
SANDRO BOTTICELLI.
TINTORETTO.
TITIAN.
VITTORE CARPACCIO.
Buena Vista Distribution Co., Inc.
THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE.
Burkhardt, Harold D.
AND YOU GAVE ME.
C
CBS Enterprises, Inc.
THE BUTCHER OF SEVILLE. (R)
THE CHAMPION OF JUSTICE. (R)
A DAY IN JUNE. (R)
THE FROG AND THE PRINCESS. (R)
THE HELICOPTER. (R)
THE HOPEFUL DONKEY. (R)
MIGHTY MOUSE MEETS JEKYLL AND HYDE CAT. (R)
MY BOY JOHNNY. (R)
THE WRECK OF THE HESPERUS. (R)
YOKEL DUCK MAKES GOOD. (R)
CBS Films, Inc. Terrytoons.
SEE Terrytoons.
CBS Television Sales, Inc. Terrytoons.
SEE Terrytoons.
Cable Tray Division, Unistrut Corp.
SEE Unistrut Corp. Cable Tray Division.
Cabrera, Patricia Heffernan-.
SEE Heffernan-Cabrera, Patricia.
Cagney Productions, Inc.
JOHNNY COME LATELY. (R)
Cahill (Charles) & Associates.
DINOSAURS, THE TERRIBLE LIZARDS.
California Sports, Inc.
SEE Fight of the Champions.
Cameo Productions.
GREAT STORIES – BIBLE STORIES.
Campanile Productions, Inc.
BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID.
Campus Film Productions, Inc.
RADIATION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CANCER.
RECOVERY AFTER MASTECTOMY.
Cantrell Illustrations.
THE CABLE CAR STORY.
Cantrell, Lea Ann.
THE CABLE CAR STORY.
Caroff, Jill.
GREEN.
Carolina Biological Supply Co.
THE LIVERWORTS.
PINE LIFE CYCLE.
Carrickford Productions, Ltd.
SIERRA LEONE.
Castle Advertising Agency, Inc.
STEAM-A-WAY.
Cathedral Films, Inc.
CRISIS IN THE MINISTRY.
THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.
A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE.
SMOKEY BEAR AND LITTLE MARCY.
WHY WAIT TILL MARRIAGE.
Catholic Committee on Scouting.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCOUTING.
Centron Corp., Inc.
AGE OF EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION.
CAVE ECOLOGY.
JOBS IN THE CITY.
LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.
WHERE HAS THE WARRIOR GONE.
WHO PAYS THE FIDDLER.
WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND.
Centron Educational Films.
AGE OF EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION.
CAVE ECOLOGY.
JOBS IN THE CITY: DISTRIBUTION.
LANGUAGE: THE MIRROR OF MAN’S GROWTH.
WHERE HAS THE WARRIOR GONE.
WHO PAYS THE FIDDLER.
WORLD HISTORY: THREE GREAT ERAS OF MANKIND.
Chang, Wah.
DINOSAURS, THE TERRIBLE LIZARDS.
Cherokee Productions.
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER.
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
SEE General Motors Corp. Chevrolet Motor Division.
Christopher, John.
NO BLADE OF GRASS.
Chrysler Corp.
AUTO TEMP II.
COMING THROUGH IN STATION WAGONS.
THE COMPARE CHART.
COMPARISON SHOPPING.
CONTROLLING ENGINE TEMPERATURE.
CRICKET.
CURE THE CAUSE.
DEMON’S WORTH MORE.
A DODGE TRUCK COMPARADRAMA.
EVOLUTION OF THE CLEANER AIR SYSTEM.
FOR THE WAGON PEOPLE, CORONET.
FUELS, LUBRICANTS & FLUIDS.
HERE COMES CRICKET; AN INTRODUCTION TO DODGE COLT.
KEEP A GOOD THING GOING.
THE LONG & SHORT OF IT.
LOOK AT ALL THREE.
LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE.
LOST SALE ANALYSIS.
A NAME’S NOT ENOUGH.
1971 CHARGER VS. TORINO 500 AND CHEVELLE MALIBU.
[1971 CORONET VS. MALIBU & TORINO BROUGHAM]
[1971 DART SWINGER VS. NOVA]
1971 DODGE & CHEVROLET LIGHT-DUTY TRUCKS.
1971 DUSTER VS. MAVERICK, WHAT FITS YOU BEST.
[1971 DUSTER VS. NOVA]
1971 SATELLITE VS. TORINO.
P-DQ.
SAFETY’S NO ACCIDENT.
A SENSE OF OWNERSHIP.
SHIFT QUALITY AND LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT.
TAKE TIME.
THAT EXTRA SOMETHING.
TORQUEFLITE DIAGNOSIS.
THE VALUE LEADER.
WHY PEOPLE BUY AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT.
THE WINNING HAND.
WRITE IT UP.
Chrysler Corp. Chrysler Institute. Marketing Training Dept.
THE CASE OF THE RELUCTANT TRADER.
KEEP A GOOD THING GOING.
LOST SALE ANALYSIS.
A SENSE OF OWNERSHIP.
TAKE TIME.
THAT EXTRA SOMETHING.
WHY PEOPLE BUY AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT.
WRITE IT UP.
Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept.
SEE Chrysler Corp. Chrysler Institute. Marketing Training Dept.
Chvany, Peter J.
CAMERA AND SHOT.
EYE AND CAMERA.
FRAGMENTING THE SCENE.
SHOT AND SCENE.
Cine Mark, division of Krebs Productions, Inc.
SEE Krebs Productions, Inc. Cine Mark.
Cinema Center Films.
HAIL, HERO.
ME, NATALIE.
RIO LOBO.
THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN.
WITH SIX YOU GET EGG ROLL.
Cinema Center Films, Inc.
SCROOGE.
Cinemedia, Inc.
INNER-CITY SIMULATION LABORATORY.
Cinerama, Inc.
FOLLOW ME.
GOODBYE GEMINI.
THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD.
SAY HELLO TO YESTERDAY.
THE STATUE.
Cinerama International Releasing Organization.
GOODBYE GEMINI.
Cinerama Releasing Corp.
CHANGES
THE FIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS.
THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD.
MUMSY, NANNY, SONNY & GIRLY.
SAY HELLO TO YESTERDAY.
THE STATUE.
Claude Productions, Inc.
THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW.
Coca-Cola Co.
ALL EYES ON YOU.
MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT.
SHOTPUT AND DISCUS.
Cockrell Corp.
OPERATION CONTROL.
Collier-Macmillan-Canada Films.
GEOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN AGE.
Columbia British Productions, Ltd.
THE BUTTERCUP CHAIN.
THE RECKONING.
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
CBS REPORTS.
GUNSMOKE.
HAWAII FIVE-O.
MY THREE SONS.
THE WILD, WILD WEST.
Columbia Films, S.A.
THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN.
Columbia Pictures.
THE ANDERSON TAPES.
BROTHER JOHN.
THE BROTHERHOOD OF SATAN.
THE BUTTERCUP CHAIN.
LES CHOSES DE LA VIE.
DOCTORS’ WIVES.
DOMICILE CONJUGAL.
FLIGHT OF THE DOVES.
HUSBANDS.
THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN.
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS.
THE RECKONING.
SERAFINO.
THERE’S A GIRL IN MY SOUP.
Columbia Pictures Corp.
AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON BLACKIE. (R)
APPOINTMENT IN BERLIN. (R)
AQUA THRILLS. (R)
BACK FROM THE FRONT. (R)
BATMAN. (R)
BIRDS ON THE WING. (R)
BLONDE AND GROOM. (R)
BOOBS IN THE NIGHT. (R)
THE BOY FROM STALINGRAD. (R)
COMMUNITY SING. (R)
CRIME DOCTOR. (R)
THE DESPERADOES. (R)
DIVING DAREDEVILS. (R)
DIZZY DETECTIVES. (R)
FARMER FOR A DAY. (R)
FIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS.
THE FIGHTING BUCKAROO. (R)
FIRST COMES COURAGE. (R)
FRONTIER FURY. (R)
GOOD LUCK, MR. YATES. (R)
HAIL TO THE RANGERS. (R)
HERE COMES MR. ZERK. (R)
HIGHER THAN A KITE. (R)
HIS GIRL’S WORST FRIEND. (R)
I CAN HARDLY WAIT. (R)
I SPIED FOR YOU. (R)
JUMP, FISH, JUMP. (R)
KINGS OF BASKETBALL.
LAW OF THE NORTHWEST. (R)
LET’S HAVE FUN. (R)
A MAID MADE MAD. (R)
MEN WORKING TOGETHER. (R)
MERCHANT CONVOY. (R)
THE MORE THE MERRIER. (R)
MURDER IN TIMES SQUARE. (R)
MY WIFE’S AN ANGEL. (R)
NO PLACE FOR A LADY. (R)
PASSPORT TO SUEZ. (R)
QUACK SERVICE. (R)
REDHEAD FROM MANHATTAN. (R)
REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY. (R)
RIDERS OF THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED. (R)
ROBIN HOOD OF THE RANGE. (R)
SADDLES AND SAGEBRUSH. (R)
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. (R)
A SEVERED HEAD.
SHE HAS WHAT IT TAKES. (R)
SHOT IN THE ESCAPE. (R)
SKI SOLDIERS. (R)
SOCKS APPEAL. (R)
SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT. (R)
SPOOK LOUDER. (R)
SWEEPING OARS. (R)
10 RILLINGTON PLACE.
THREE LITTLE TWIRPS. (R)
TWO SAPLINGS. (R)
TWO SENORITAS FROM CHICAGO. (R)
THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. (R)
WHAT’S BUZZIN’, COUSIN. (R)
WOLF IN THIEF’S CLOTHING. (R)
Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON
BLACKIE. (R)
A HUNTING WE WON’T GO. (R)
APPOINTMENT IN BERLIN. (R)
AQUA THRILLS. (R)
BACK FROM THE FRONT. (R)
BATMAN. (R)
BIRDS ON THE WING.
BLONDE AND GROOM. (R)
BOOBS IN THE NIGHT. (R)
THE BOY FROM STALINGRAD. (R)
BROTHER JOHN.
CENTRAL PARK.
COMMUNITY SING. (R)
CRIME DOCTOR. (R)
THE DESPERADOES. (R)
DIVING DAREDEVILS. (R)
DIZZY DETECTIVES. (R)
DIZZY NEWSREEL. (R)
DUTY AND THE BEAST. (R)
ETUDE EN 21 POINTS.
FARMER FOR A DAY. (R)
THE FIGHTING BUCKAROO. (R)
FIRST COMES COURAGE. (R)
THE FLY IN THE OINTMENT. (R)
FRONTIER FURY. (R)
GOOD LUCK, MR. YATES. (R)
HAIL TO THE RANGERS. (R)
HE CAN’T MAKE IT STICK. (R)
HERE COMES MR. ZERK. (R)
HIGHER THAN A KITE. (R)
HIS GIRL’S WORST FRIEND. (R)
I CAN HARDLY WAIT. (R)
I SPIED FOR YOU. (R)
JUMP, FISH, JUMP. (R)
KINDLY SCRAM. (R)
KINGS OF BASKETBALL.
LAW OF THE NORTHWEST. (R)
LET’S HAVE FUN. (R)
A MAID MADE MAD. (R)
MASS MOUSE MEETING. (R)
MEN WORKING TOGETHER. (R)
MERCHANT CONVOY. (R)
THE MORE THE MERRIER. (R)
MURDER IN TIMES SQUARE. (R)
MY WIFE’S AN ANGEL. (R)
NO PLACE FOR A LADY. (R)
PASSPORT TO SUEZ. (R)
PLENTY BELOW ZERO. (R)
POWER OF THE PRESS. (R)
PROF. SMALL AND MR. TALL. (R)
QUACK SERVICE. (R)
REDHEAD FROM MANHATTAN. (R)
REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY. (R)
RIDERS OF THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED. (R)
ROBIN HOOD OF THE RANGE. (R)
SADDLES AND SAGEBRUSH. (R)
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. (R)
SERAFINO.
SHE HAS WHAT IT TAKES. (R)
SHOT IN THE ESCAPE. (R)
SKI SOLDIERS. (R)
SOCKS APPEAL. (R)
SPOOK LOUDER. (R)
SWEEPING OARS. (R)
THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT A SOLDIER. (R)
THREE LITTLE TWIRPS. (R)
TREE FOR TWO. (R)
TWO SAPLINGS. (R)
TWO SENORITAS FROM CHICAGO. (R)
THE VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN. (R)
THE VITAMIN G-MAN. (R)
WALKING.
WHAT’S BUZZIN’, COUSIN. (R)
WILLOUGHBY’S MAGIC HAT. (R)
WOLF IN THIEF’S CLOTHING. (R)
Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Screen Gems.
SEE Screen Gems.
Comco Productions, Inc.
CENTRAL PARK.
Communication Skills Corp.
BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY.
Communications Group West.
ON YOUR MARKS.
SCHOOL.
Comprenetics, Inc.
DAILY CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION UNIT.
DISCHARGE CLEANING OF THE ISOLATION ROOM.
DISINFECTING BY SPRAYING AND FOGGING TECHNIQUES.
ISOLATION LINEN AND WASTE DISPOSAL.
PROCEDURES FOR ENTERING AND LEAVING THE ISOLATION UNIT.
Comptoir Francais du Film.
LES CHOSES DE LA VIE.
Computer Image Corp.
ACCENT ON THE ACCENT.
WORLD STREETS AND AVENUES.
Concept Films, Inc.
SCAG.
WEED.
Concepts Unlimited, Inc.
REPLAY.
Conley, Leland H.
WRAP, TIE & STITCH A LITTLE.
Conley, Renie B.
WRAP, TIE & STITCH A LITTLE.
Consumers Power Co.
ELECTRIC SAFETY FROM A TO ZAP.
NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN.
Coppel, Alec.
THE STATUE.
Corke Snyder Associates.
THE SOUND OF POETRY.
Corman Co., Inc.
VON RICHTHOFEN AND BROWN.
Cornell University. Laboratory of Ornithology.
THE AMERICAN BALD EAGLE.
Coronet Films.
SHOP SAFETY.
Coronet Instructional Films.
AM I DEPENDABLE.
THE AMERICAN BALD EAGLE.
ANIMALS HATCHED FROM EGGS.
ANIMALS THAT LIVE IN WATER.
BLACK AMERICANS AT WORK.
BUSINESS FILING.
DEVELOPING RESPONSIBILITY.
DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS.
FAMILIES ARE DIFFERENT AND ALIKE.
FARMS AROUND THE WORLD.
FOODS WE EAT.
HEAT FOR BEGINNERS.
HOLIDAYS YOUR NEIGHBORS CELEBRATE.
HOW LEVERS HELP US.
HOW RAMPS HELP US.
HOW TO READ NEWSPAPERS.
HOW WEDGES HELP US.
INHERITING YOUR PHYSICAL TRAITS.
JOURNEY TO A STAR: A SCIENCE FANTASY.
KINDERGARTEN: TWIGS FROM A CITY TREE.
LASERS: AN INTRODUCTION.
LET’S EXPLORE THE CITY.
LIFE IN A POND.
THE LITTLE BLUEBIRD’S VALLEY.
THE LITTLE DOG’S ADVENTURES (A STORY TO FINISH)
MATTER AND THE MOLECULAR THEORY.
THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: FORMING HYPOTHESES.
OUR FAMILY IS BLACK.
OUR SUN AND ITS PLANETS.
SEEING EASTERN EUROPE.
SEEING THE PACIFIC STATES.
THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE.
SPACE SCIENCE: THE SUN AS A STAR.
SPIROGYRA: STRUCTURE AND LIFE FUNCTIONS.
SPRING COMES TO THE POND.
THE STARS THROUGH THE SEASONS.
STORIES FOR JOINING IN.
THE TEDDY BEAR’S BALLOON TRIP.
TREES.
Costello Productions.
FLOWER STORY: FLOWERS ALONG THE WAY OF LIFE.
RUBBISH, GARBAGE AND OTHER TRASH.
Covino, Salvatore T.
WE AND THE LAW.
Coward, Noel.
A MATTER OF INNOCENCE.
Creation-Science Research Center.
FOSSILS, STRATA AND EVOLUTION.
Crivello & Associates Film Productions, Inc.
ONE NATION UNDER GOD.
Cruickshank, Donald R.
INNER-CITY SIMULATION LABORATORY.
Cullinan, Thomas.
THE BEGUILED.
Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society (Ohio)
COUNTY FAIR, U.S.A.
D
DLG Productions.
THE SOUND OF POETRY.
Davidson Films.
ADDING WITH FRACTIONS.
ADDITION OF FRACTIONAL NUMBERS.
ADDITION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.
ADDITION WITH MIXED NUMERALS.
BETWEEN RATIONAL NUMBERS.
BETWEEN THE WHOLE NUMBERS.
BEYOND THE WHOLE NUMBERS.
THE BIGGEST RECTANGLE.
COLORED CHALK.
THE COMMUTATIVE PRINCIPLES.
COMPARING RATIONAL NUMBERS.
CRAYONS.
DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS FOR FRACTIONS.
DECIMAL NAMES FOR RATIONAL NUMBERS.
DECIMALS: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.
DIRECT PRINTING.
DIVIDING WITH DECIMALS.
DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: MISSING FACTOR METHOD.
DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS: RECIPROCAL METHOD.
DIVISION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.
EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS.
EXPLOITATION OF ERRORS.
FRACTIONS AND RATIONAL NUMBERS.
GAMES.
GRAPHING.
GRAPHING INEQUALITIES.
HIDDEN TREASURE.
INDIRECT PRINTING.
JEAN PIAGET: MEMORY AND INTELLIGENCE.
JESSAMYN WEST–MY HAND, MY PEN.
MAC’S FACTORY, OR SHORTCUTS IN MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS.
MEASUREMENT.
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION WITH DECIMALS.
MULTIPLICATION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.
MULTIPLYING WITH DECIMALS.
MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS.
MULTIPLYING WITH FRACTIONS: DISTRIBUTIVITY.
NEGATIVE RATIONALS.
OPERATIONS EXTENDED TO NEGATIVE RATIONALS.
PAINTING WITH TEMPERA.
PIAGET’S DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY: CONSERVATION.
PROBABILITY.
PRODUCT OF TWO NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
RATIO.
RECIPROCALS–MULTIPLICATIVE INVERSES.
THE REMAINDER IN DIVISION.
ROUNDING.
SOLVING PAIRS OF EQUATIONS.
SUBTRACTING WITH FRACTIONS.
SUBTRACTING WITH MIXED NUMERALS.
SUBTRACTION.
SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS.
USING A PROTRACTOR.
USING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS TO COMPUTE SUMS.