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Title: Motion pictures and filmstrips, January-June 1972

Catalog of copyright entries, third series, volume 26, parts 12-13, number 1

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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Language: English

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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series
Volume 26, Parts 12–13, Number 1

Motion Pictures and Filmstrips

January-June
1972

☆THE☆LIBRARY☆OF☆CONGRESS☆
COPYRIGHT OFFICE · THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
WASHINGTON: 1972
L.C. card 6–-35347

This number identifies the Library of Congress printed card for the complete series of the Catalog of Copyright Entries.

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.

Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Orders may be placed for individual issues, as subscriptions for one or more parts, or for the complete Catalog at $50 a year, for periods of one, two, or three years. All orders should state clearly the title and the inclusive dates of the part wanted. Checks or money orders should be made payable to the Superintendent of Documents.

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)
  Price per semiannual issue
Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (In 2 sections) $7.50
A Books  
BB Contributions to periodicals  
R Renewal registrations  
Part 2 Periodicals (Annual issue) 5.00
B Periodicals  
R Renewal registrations  
Parts 3–4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery 2.50
C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery  
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works  
R Renewal registrations  
Part 5 Music (In 2 sections) 7.50
E Musical compositions  
R Renewal registrations  
Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2.50
F Maps  
R Renewal registrations  
Parts 7–11A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illustrations 2.50
G Works of art and models or designs for works of art  
H Reproductions of works of art  
I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific or technical character  
J Photographs  
K Prints and pictorial illustrations  
R Renewal registrations  
Part 11B Commercial Prints and Labels (Annual issue) 5.00
KK Commercial prints and labels  
R Renewal registrations  
Parts 12–13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 2.50
L Motion-picture photoplays  
M Motion pictures other than photoplays  
R Renewal registrations  

Subscription price: Complete Catalog for the year $50.00; $12.50 additional for foreign mailing. Orders, accompanied by remittances, should be addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.

Table of Contents

Page
Current Registrations 1
Renewal Registrations 65
Name Index 77

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.; 19Jan72 (in notice: 1971), LP40400.

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 1972

Class L-- Domestic published motion-picture photoplays 650
  Foreign published motion-picture photoplays 5
  Unpublished motion-picture photoplays 14
Class M-- Domestic published motion pictures other than photoplays 802
  Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays 76
Filmstrips registered in class A 54
Filmstrips registered in class J 519
   
Total 2,120
Renewals: Classes L and M 630

These figures represent the number of registrations for motion pictures and filmstrips for January-June 1972, 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
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 IS FOR ALPHABET. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 22Sep71; MP22142.

A LA MOZART. Marian I. Siegel. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Marian I. Siegel; 19May72; LU3631.

[ABDU’L-BAHA: GLIMPSES OF PERFECTION] (Filmstrip) National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. 80 fr., b&w, 35 mm. Appl. author: Baha’i Pub. Committee. © National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States; 8Nov71; JP13667.

ABDULLAH. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 91.

ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR. CRM Productions. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22371.

ABOVE GROUND IRON MINE. King Screen Productions. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 23May72; MP22852.

ABRAHAM, FATHER OF BELIEVERS (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Episode 1–2: The call of Abraham. 42 fr.--The sacrifice of Abraham. 29 fr.

Credits: Director, Jack L. Tyler; script, Sister M. Johnice, I.H.M. & Sister M. Elizabeth, I.H.M.; narrator, Michael Rye; illus., Philippe Joudiou; music, Tommy Sheridan.

Appl. author: Andrew Mathe.

© Roa’s Films; 31Aug65; JP14054.

AN ABSENCE OF LONELINESS. See

THE BOLD ONES.

ABUELITO MIO. San Antonio Independent School District. 9 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sutherland Learning Associates. Appl. authors: Dan & Elaine Weisburd. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; LP40804.

ACCIDENT. See

IRONSIDE.

ACCOUNTING CYCLE. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

ACHIEVING RELEVANCE WITHIN THE CURRICULUM. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc,; 1Mar71; MP22509.

ACID-BASE BALANCE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 37.

ACTION & REACTION. Insurance Information Institute. 30 min., sd. © Insurance Information Institute; 29Jun72; MU8462.

ACTION OF STOMATA. No. 634. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, B. L. Ruffner.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22668.

ADAPTATION & ILLUSION. See

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION.

ADDING A VISUAL DIMENSION TO COUNSELING. Counseling Films. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Written & directed by Josiah Dilley, James L. Lee & Don L. Sorenson.

© Counseling Films, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22477.

ADDING TO OUR RESOURCES. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION RELATIONSHIPS, SUMS OF 12. Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22362.

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION RELATIONSHIPS, SUMS OF 13 & 14. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22355.

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION RELATIONSHIPS, SUMS OF 15, 16 & 17. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22356.

ADDITION FACTS, SUMS OF 11. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22600.

ADDITION FACTS, SUMS OF 14 AND 15. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22601.

ADDITION FACTS, SUMS OF 16, 17, AND 18. Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep7l; MP22602.

ADDITIONAL RATING CONSIDERATIONS. See

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING.

ADDITIVE COLOR. See

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION.

ADJECTIVES. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE. See

REFLECTIONS OF MYSELF: THE ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE.

ADVENTURES OF TROGMOFFY, FILM 1. See

TIMMY AND MARGARET MEET THE ORANGE CREATURE.

ADVENTURES OF TROGMOFFY, FILM 2. See

RESCUE ON A STRANGE PLANET.

ADVERBS. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

AFRICA: HISTORICAL HERITAGE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 5Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22299.

AFRICA SPEAKS. SERIES 2 (Filmstrip) Doubleday Multimedia. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Geography and development in tropical Africa. 85 fr.--Introduction to Ethiopia. 68 fr.--A day in the Congo. 51 fr.--Economics in modern Africa. 120 fr.

Credits: Writer & director, Ron Atwood; educational consultant, Clarence Fielstra; photography, Ron Atwood & Jim Wells.

© Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 24Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14102–14105.

AFRICAN FOLK TALES, 926–3. See

THE GREEDY MAN AND THE STRANGER.

AFRICAN FOLK TALES, 926–4. See

THE UNBENDING KING & THE MAN WITH TWO WIVES.

AFTER THE FOX. Delegate Productions & Nancy Enterprises. Released by United Artists Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, John Bryan, director, Vittorio De Sica; writer, Neil Simon; music, Burt Bacharach; photographer, Leonida Barboni.

Cast: Peter Sellers, Victor Mature, Britt Ekland, Martin Balsam, Akim Tamiroff.

© Compagnia Cinematografica Montoro & Nancy Enterprises, Inc.; 15Dec66; LP40473.

AGAVE. Marajean Graham. 60 min., sd., color. © Marajean Graham; 7Jul72; LU3633.

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS. American Broadcasting Companies. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now)

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Aram Boyajian; narrator, John Rolfson.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 3Apr70; MP22473.

AGGRESSIVE DISPLAY IN THE SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH. No. 649. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, Bruce J. Russell.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22664.

AGRICULTURAL WORKER IN THE COMMUNE. Ohio State University, Dept. of Photography & Cinema. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Life in China)

Credits: Producer & editor, Richard A. Sanderson.

© Richard A. Sanderson; 17Dec71; MP22363.

AGRICULTURE AND FISHING. See

SEEING FRANCE.

SEEING JAPAN.

THE AIR AND SPACE AGE (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 75 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13614.

AIRBORNE WEATHER RADAR. United Air Lines. Made by Barbre Productions, a division of Mullins Broadcasting Co. 20 sec., sd., color, 16 mm. © United Air Lines, Inc.; 8Jun71; MP22103.

AIRLINE PERFORMANCE (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 103 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13613.

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. See

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS: THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.

ALASKA: END OF THE LAST FRONTIER. American Broadcasting Companies. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now) A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producers, Pierre & Peggy Streit.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 11Jun70; MP22393.

ALASKAN SAFARI. Alaskan Shows. 6 reels, sd., color, 35 mm. © Alaska Shows (in notice: Alaskan Shows); 2Jan68 (in notice: 1967); LP40400.

ALBERT ELLIS, A DEMONSTRATION: A YOUNG DIVORCED WOMAN. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22710.

ALBERT ELLIS, A DEMONSTRATION: AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AGE CHILD. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22711.

ALBERT ELLIS: RATIONAL EMOTIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22712.

ALBERT ELLIS: RATIONAL EMOTIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY APPLIED TO GROUPS. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22713.

ALBERT GETS RICH. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

ALCOHOL: THE SOCIAL DRUG/THE SOCIAL PROBLEM (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 60 fr.; pt. 2, 75 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 35 p.

Credits: Writer, Richard Worth; photographer, Wasyl Szkodzinsky; editor, James Relyea.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 16Feb72; A319149.

ALCOHOLISM: OUT OF THE SHADOWS. American Broadcasting Companies. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producer & writer, James Benjamin; director, David Tapper.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 21Apr71; MP22387.

ALGERNON, THE AMBULANCE (Filmstrip) International Education & Training. Made by Instructional Systems. 58 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Wayne Croft; writer, William Langan; photographers, Phill Niblock & Martin Bough; art director, Louis Pappas; artist, Fredi White.

© Scope; 1Nov71; JP13785.

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. See

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS: THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.

ALIAS SMITH AND JONES. Universal City Studios. Released by MCA-TV. 80 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Glen A. Larson; teleplay, Glen A. Larson & Matthew Howard.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 5Jan71; LP40826.

ALL ALONE WITH DADDY. Videorecord Corp. of America. 8 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.) Visuals adapted from illus. by Dorothy Lake Gregory.

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22553.

ALL IN THE FAMILY. Tandem Productions. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. Based on Till death us do part, created by Johnny Speight. © Tandem Productions, Inc.

Archie & Edith alone. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Lee Kalcheim, Michael Ross, Bernie West; story, Tina & Lee Pine. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Connie Sawyer. © 2Feb72; LP40395.

Archie and the F.B.I. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Michael Ross, Bernie West, Susan Harris. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 12Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40383.

Archie gives blood. Credits: Producer & writer, Norman Lear, director, John Rich; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 29Jan71; LP40448.

Archie in the lock-up. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Paul Wayne, Mickey Ross, Bernie West. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 29Sep71; LP40454.

Archie is jealous. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Rod Parker. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Brendan Dillon. © 1Mar72; LP40559.

Archie is worried about his job. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Norman Lear, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Holly Irving. © 12Mar71; LP40449.

Archie sees a mugging. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Philip Mishkin & Don Nicholl; story, Henry Garson. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Val Bisoglio. © 26Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40382.

The blockbuster. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Michael Ross, Bernie West, Austin & Irma Kalish; story, Austin & Irma Kalish. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 10Nov71; LP40388.

Christmas Day at the Bunkers. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Don Nicholl. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 15Dec71; LP40393.

Cousin Maude’s visit. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Philip Mishkin, Michael Ross, Bernie West. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Beatrice Arthur. © 8Dec71; LP40392.

Edith has jury duty. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Susan Harris, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph; story, Susan Harris; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Doris Singleton. © 5Mar71; LP40387.

Edith gets a mink. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, David Pollock, Elias Davis & Don Nicholl. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Isabel Sanford. © 9Feb72; LP40556.

Edith, the judge. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Lee Kalcheim. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Jack Weston. © 23Feb72; LP40558.

Edith writes a song. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Lee Kalcheim. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 6Oct71; LP40564.

Edith’s accident. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Michael Ross, Bernie West, Tom & Helen August. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 3Nov71; LP40456.

Edith’s problem. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Burt Styler. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Jeanie Linero. © 5Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40384.

Election story. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Michael Ross, Bernie West. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 27Oct71; LP40455.

The elevator story. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Alan J. Levitt. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Roscoe Lee Browne. © 29Dec71; LP40394.

The first and last supper. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Jerry Mayer; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 2Apr71; LP40452.

Flashback: Mike meets Archie. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Philip Mishkin & Rob Reiner. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers. © 13Oct71; LP40565.

Gloria discovers women’s lib. Credits: Producer & writer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 19Mar7l; LP40450.

Gloria poses in the nude. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Michael Ross, Bernie West, Norman Lear. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 22Sep71; LP40453.

Gloria’s pregnancy. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Mike Evans. © 12Feb71; LP40386.

The insurance is cancelled. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Lee Kalcheim, Michael Ross, Bernie West; story, Lee Kalcheim. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Philip Proctor. © 24Nov71; LP40390.

Judging books by covers. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Burt Styler. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Tony Geary. © 5Feb71; LP40560.

Lionel moves into the neighborhood. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Don Nicholl & Bryan Joseph; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Vincent Gardenia. © 26Feb71; LP40562.

The man in the street. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Don Nicholl, Paul Harrison, Lennie Weinrib; story, Paul Harrison & Lennie Weinrib. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evans. © 1Dec71; LP40391.

Maude. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Rod Parker. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Beatrice Arthur. © 8Mar72; LP40555.

Meet the Bunkers. Credits: Producer & writer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Michael Evan. © 8Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40446.

Mike’s hippie friends come to visit. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Philip Mishkin & others; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Jack Bender. © 19Feb71; LP40561.

Mike’s mysterious son. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Warren Murray. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Marcia Rodd. © 19Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40445.

Mike’s problem. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Alan J. Levitt & Philip Mishkin; story, Alan J. Levitt. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Brendan Dillon. © 17Nov7l; LP40389.

Oh, my aching back. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Stanley Ralph Ross; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Salem Ludwig. © 22Jan71; LP40447.

The saga of Cousin Oscar. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Jack Grimes. © 15Sep71; LP40563.

Sammy’s visit. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writer, Bill Dana. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Sammy Davis, Jr. © 16Feb72; LP40557.

Success story. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; writers, Burt Styler, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast; Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, William Windom. © 26Mar71; LP40451.

Writing the President. Credits: Producer, Norman Lear; director, John Rich; teleplay, Paul Harrison, Lennie Weinrib & Norman Lear; story, Lee Erwin, Fred Freiberger; music, Roger Kellaway. Cast: Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Bob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Helen Page Camp. © 15Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40385.

ALL THE FAMILIAR FACES. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ALL THE GOLDEN DANDELIONS ARE GONE. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

ALL THOSE HELPERS OUT THERE. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 10.

ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES: READING BLOOD PRESSURE. Videorecord Corp. of America. 9 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer & programmer, Nettie Hutchins.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22692.

ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES: VENIPUNCTURE. Videorecord Corp. of America. 10 min., sd., color. Videotape (1/2 in.)

Credits: Producer, Nettie Hutchins.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22539.

ALLIED INVASION OF SICILY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 377) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct7l; MP22831.

ALMOST ELECTION OF MAYOR WITCHIEPOO. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

ALWAYS ON SUNDAY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 32.

AMANA, IOWA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 38.

AMERICA: A SINGING NATION (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 59 fr.; pt. 2, 58 fr.), color, 35 mm. (The American scene)

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 26Oct70; JP14142.

AMERICA: ITS HISTORY THROUGH MUSIC (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 57 fr.), color, 35 mm. (The American scene)

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 26Oct70; JP14145.

AMERICA: THE CRADLE OF JAZZ (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. (The American scene)

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 18Dec70; JP14143.

AMERICA: THE MECCA OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. (The American scene)

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 18Dec70; JP14146.

AMERICA! THE POETRY OF A NATION (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 106 fr.; pt. 2, 134 fr.) color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 74 p.

Credits: Writer, Peter Ketchum; photographer, Jeffrey Foxx.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Peter J. Ketchum & Robert Maucher (discussion guide)

NM: all new except quoted material.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 11May72; A341703.

THE AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 101946–101949: The economy and you. 87 fr.--Comparative economic systems. 66 fr.--How to manage your income. 74 fr.--Personal economic security. 55 fr.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notices: 1971); JP14032, 14034, 14029, 14031.

AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES. See

BUSINESS CYCLES.

CAPITAL: FOUNDATION OF THE ECONOMY.

PRICES: BALANCE WHEEL OF THE ECONOMY.

PRODUCTIVITY: THE KEY TO BETTER LIVING.

PROFITS: FUEL OF THE ECONOMY.

THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE.

WAGES IN A MARKET ECONOMY.

THE AMERICAN FLAG (THE STORY OF OLD GLORY) Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Rev. ed. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 11Dec59. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 25Mar70 (in notice: 1969); MP22340.

AMERICAN GOTHIC: HAWTHORNE/MELVILLE (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 75 fr.; pt. 2, 68 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 53 p.

Credits: Writer, Wendell S. Johnson; artist, Ben F. Stahl; editor, Karen Jacobson; photographer, Ron Tunison.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Aline Benjamin (discussion guide) & Wendell Stacy Johnson.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 17Apr72; A335921.

AMERICAN HERITAGE SOUND FILMSTRIPS. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

COLONIAL AMERICA.

THE REVOLUTION.

AMERICAN MELTING POT. See

COLONIAL AMERICA.

AMERICAN REPTILES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color. 35 mm.

Contents: 435–1–-435–2: The place of reptiles in nature. 44 fr.--Snakes are mighty hunters. 46 fr.

Credits: Author & photographer, Jay Shuler.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 7Apr69; JP14075–14076.

AMERICAN SCENE. See

AMERICA: A SINGING NATION.

AMERICA: ITS HISTORY THROUGH MUSIC.

AMERICA: THE CRADLE OF JAZZ.

AMERICA: THE MECCA OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

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

1972 show no. 2. © 17Dec71; MP22619.

3. 25 min. © 27Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22620.

4. © 6Jan72; MP22621.

5. © 14Jan72; MP22622.

6. © 25Jan72; MP22623.

7. 25 min. Appl. states prev. pub. 15Jan71, MP21587. © 16Feb72; MP22624.

8. 25 min. Appl. states prev. pub. 6Jan71, MP21586. © 17Feb72; MP22625.

9. 25 min. Appl. states prev. pub. 6Jan71, MP21586. © 24Feb72; MP22626.

THE AMERICAN WOODLANDERS (Filmstrip) Edith Thomson. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edith Thomson; 1Sep71; JP14016.

THE AMERICANIZATION OF JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 8.

AMOS, PROPHET OF JUDGMENT. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

AMPHIBIANS. See

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

ANALOGIES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–E)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13713.

THE ANATOMICAL BASIS OF BRAIN FUNCTION. See

INTRODUCTION TO THE BRAIN.

MOVEMENTS OF THE EYES AND TONGUE:

SOMATIC MOTOR SYSTEM.

SIGHT: THE VISUAL SYSTEM.

ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EYE. See

THE VISUAL SYSTEM: THE GLOBE.

ANATOMY OF YOUTH. American Broadcasting Companies. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now) A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producer, director, writer, Art Alpert.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 8Sep70; MP22392.

ANCIENT AMERICAN INDIAN CIVILIZATIONS. See

ANCIENT AZTEC INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA.

ANCIENT MAYA INDIANS OF CENTRAL AMERICA.

ANCIENT AZTEC INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, Ancient American Indian civilizations. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP22860.

ANCIENT CRETE (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 6Oct69; A196105.

ANCIENT LAND, TROUBLED LAND. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 8.

ANCIENT MAYA INDIANS OF CENTRAL AMERICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, Ancient American Indian civilizations. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 4May72 (in notice: 1971); MP22859.

AND ANYBODY ELSE WHO’S LISTENING. Probe Associates. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Arthur G. Miller & Maynard Clark. © Probe Associates, Inc.; 23Dec71; MU8391.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. Kettledrum Lownes Productions, [England] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Python Productions film.

Credits: Producer, Patricia Casey; director, Ian MacNaughton; screenplay by Graham Chapman & others; animations, Terry Gilliam; director of photography, David Muir; film editor, Thom Noble.

Cast: Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin.

© Kettledrum Lownes Productions, Ltd.; 28Sep71; LF96.

THE ANDES. McGraw-Hill Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Herbert Millington.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc. (in notice: McGraw-Hill Films, Inc.); 9Aug71; MP22310.

ANGUS KILLER. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

ANIMAL. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

ANIMALS. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

ANIMALS IN THE BIBLE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 63 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Artist, J. DeVelasco.

© Concordia Pub. House; 28Apr72; JP14014.

ANOTHER BUCKLE FOR WESLEY HILL. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

ANTARCTIC MARINE ANIMALS SERIES (Filmstrip) Stephen Vale Shabica. 19 fr., color, 35 mm. © Stephen Vale Shabica; 24Apr72; JU13048.

ANTARCTICA NATURE STUDY: WEDDELL SEAL. Earl Francis Griffith. 4 min., si., b&w, 8 mm. Loop film. © Earl Francis Griffith; 2Feb72; MU8393.

ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATIONS IN THE 1920’S. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 348) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22421.

ANYBODY HERE SEEN JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 7.

ANYTHING YOU CAN DO I CAN DO BETTER (Filmstrip) Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America. 12 fr., color, 35 mm. For use with Weekend conference program, The climate of change.

Credits: Photographer, Richard N. Clapper.

© Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America; 1Dec71; JP13757.

APHIDS. Thorne Films. 2 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Terrestrial organisms, no. 586) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22104.

APOLLO II: LAUNCH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship) © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22228.

APOLLO II: MOON WALK. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22229.

APOLLO II: RETURN TO EARTH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22230.

APOLLO X. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Lunar geology) Loop film. Produced in collaboration with National Aeronautics & Space Administration. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc,; 1Dec70; MP22269.

APPOINTMENT IN PALERMO. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

APPROACHES TO INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc,; 15Jan71; MP22510.

APPROACHES TO LARGE GROUP INSTRUCTION. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc,; 15Mar71; MP22508.

THE AQUARIANS. Universal City Studios. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. An Ivan Tors Films production.

Cast: Ricardo Montalban, Kate Woodville, Lawrence Casey, Leslie Neilsen, Jose Ferrer.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 24Oct70; LP40576.

AQUARIUS DESCENDING. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ARABELLA. Universal Pictures. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Cram film.

Credits: Producer, Maleno Malenotti; director, Mauro Bolognini; screenplay, Adriano Baracco; music, Ennio Morricone; director of photography, Ennio Guarnieri; editor, Eraldo da Roma.

Cast: Virni Lisi, James Fox, Margaret Rutherford, Giancarlo Giannini, Antonio Casagrande.

© Universal Pictures; 27Sep69 (in notice: 1968); LP40550.

ARCHIE.

For titles beginning with Archie See ALL IN THE FAMILY.

ARE THERE JUST AS MANY? (Filmstrip) Mathematics Dept. of the Educational Research Council of America. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 1Feb72; A309991.

ARNOLD MAKES SOME FRIENDS. See

SWIMMING POOL BACTERIA.

AROUND THE MOON IN 80 BLINKS. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 110.

[ART] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: SS–830–-SS–835: Let’s look at art. 50 fr.--Design in art. 55 fr.--Color in art. 58 fr.--Perspective in art. 50 fr.--Light and shade in art. 46 fr.--Art materials. 55 fr.

Credits: Art consultant, Kenneth D. Stanton.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 1Jun71; JP13621.

ART: HOW TO DRAW -- A PRIMER. Videorecord Corp. of America. 14 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Stewart Kranz.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22546.

ART: INTRODUCTION TO “WET” WATERCOLOR. Videorecord Corp. of America. 14 min. sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Stewart Kranz.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22545.

ART MATERIALS. See

[ART]

ART: REALISTIC STILL LIFE. Videorecord Corp. of America. 14 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Stewart Kranz.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22544.

ARTERIAL PUNCTURE. American College of Physicians. Made by Medex International. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Medical skills library) Loop film.

Credits: Executive producer & editor, Bernard V. Dryer; director & cinematographer, Sy Wexler; medical artist, Gerald Nevius.

© American College of Physicians; 16Apr72; MP22823.

ARTERIOSCLEROSIS OBLITERANS, PT. 1. See

CUTANEOUS CLUES.

ARTERIOSCLEROSIS OBLITERANS, PT. 2. See

SIMPLE OFFICE PROCEDURES.

ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

ARTISTS IN AMERICA. See

HOWARD JONES.

JULES FEIFFER.

ROBERTA FLACK.

RUDY POZZATTI.

AS THE FAMILY GROWS. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

ASK ME AN ANSWER. Duval County School Board. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Duval County School Board; 13Apr72; MU8431.

ASPECTS OF BEHAVIOR. CRM Productions. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22364.

ASSASSINATION OF JOHN F. KENNEDY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 389) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22433.

ASSASSINATION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22231.

ASSASSINATION OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 314) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22417.

ASSAULT ON SAN SABA. See

BEARCATS.

ASSESSING MANAGEMENT POTENTIAL. Bureau of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22311.

ASSESSMENT OF LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 71.

AN ASTRONAUT IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 136.

AT YOUR AGE. FilmFair Communications. Distributed by Trend Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 28Feb72; MP22350.

AT YOUR FINGERTIPS. See

BOXES.

CYLINDERS.

FLOATS.

PLAY CLAY.

AUDIOVISUAL SEMINARS IN PEDIATRICS. See

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY: A MORPHOLOGIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS.

AURA TO A NEW TOMORROW. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 39.

AUTOMOBILE, HENRY FORD. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

THE AUTOMOBILE IN AMERICA. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 9.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, M–6A. See

VOLTMETERS AND AMMETERS.

AUTUMN. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

AUTUMN IDYLL. Lancer Productions. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Lancer Productions; 3Dec71; MP22096.

AVALANCHE OF TRASH. See

POLLUTION.

AVATAR MEHER BABA AT NASIK AND RAHURI, 1937. Adi K. Irani. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Adi K. Irani; 4Apr71; MP22204.

AVIATION HISTORY (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 78 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13609.

THE AW SOUND. See

WORDS AND SOUNDS.

AWARE. Franciscan Communications Center. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Jan72; MP22512.

AWARENESS IN FOREST & FIELD. See

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

AWARENESS IN THE CITY. See

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

AZTECS. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

B

BAB. See

LAND OF RESPLENDENT GLORY.

BACKFIRE. See

IRONSIDE.

BACOVA, VIRGINIA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 28.

BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES. Thorne Films. 3 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Laboratory techniques, no. 633) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22105.

A BAG FOR ALL SEASONS (Filmstrip) Boy Scouts of America. 75 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 31Dec71; JP13736.

THE BAGEL REPORT. Hugh H. Wilson. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Hugh H. Wilson; 7Jun72; LU3632.

BAHA’IS AND THE HOLY LAND (Filmstrip) National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. 88 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Baha’is Pub. Committee. © National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States; 6Dec71; JP13607.

BAHA’U’LLAH. See

LAND OF RESPLENDENT GLORY.

BANDAGING. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

[BANKING] (Filmstrip) Metro American Productions. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 4 l.

Contents: What is banking? 33 fr.--Savings account. 37 fr.--Check stub. 39 fr.--Checking account 1. 31 fr.--Checking account 2. 32 fr.

© Metro American Productions; 15Jun71; A342963.

BARBARA WEISBERGER. ETS Program Service. Made by WHYY. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Art Wolff.

© ETS Program Service; 8Mar72; MU8419.

BARNYARD SERIES. See

BIRTH OF A COLT.

DAIRY COWS.

DAIRY GOATS.

SHEEP.

BASIC CONCEPTS FOR CATALOGING NON-BOOK MATERIALS (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University. 76 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Presented, Irene Scheider; director, Joel A. Benedict; editors, Susan Hessney, Vivian Jones & Joyce Tessler.

© Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University; 15Dec71; JP13595.

BASIC CONCEPTS OF BODY FLUIDS AND THE EFFECT OF MAJOR IONS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 34.

BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE PROCESS OF SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 23.

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X220–A--X220–F: Laboratory apparatus. 50 fr.--Linear measurement. 40 fr.--Measuring volume. 40 fr.--The triple beam balance. 41 fr.--The laboratory balance. 47 fr.--The Bunsen burner. 44 fr.

Credits: General editor, Robert Zwilling.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13926, 13899, 13930, 13945, 13939, 13881.

BASIC LESSON. See

TEACHING THE READ SYSTEM, A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS.

BASIC MAP AND GLOBE SKILLS. Leonard Peck Productions. 35 min., si., 16 mm. Appl. author: Leonard Peck. © Leonard Peck Productions; 1Oct71; MP22223.

BASIC PROCESS INVOLVED IN POSTOPERATIVE CARE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 47.

BASIC PROCESS INVOLVED IN PREOPERATIVE CARE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 46.

BASIC SIGNS. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

BASIC SYMBOLS AND CONVENTIONAL DRAWINGS (Filmstrip) Advance Schools. 46 fr., color, 35 mm. (Electrical service and appliance repair) With script (20 l.) and record. © Advance Schools, Inc.; 1Dec71; A308289.

THE BASKETMAKERS (Filmstrip) Colonial Williamsburg. 46 fr., color, 35 mm. © Colonial Williamsburg; 30Jun71; JP13659.

THE BATTLE AT GANNON’S BRIDGE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

BATTLE OF WAIKIKI. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 76.

BEARCATS! Filmways TV Productions & Rodlor. Approx. 59 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Filmways TV Productions, Inc. & Rodlor, Inc.

Assault on San Saba. Credits: Writers, Joe Ruby & Ken Spears. © 11Nov71; LP40539.

The big gun. Credits: Writers, James L. Henderson & Sam Roeca. © 2Dec71; LP40542.

Bitter Flats. Credits: Teleplay, Christopher Trumbo & Michael Philip

Butler. © 18Nov71; LP40540.

Blood knot. Credits: Writer, Stephen Kandel. © 4Nov71; LP40538.

Conqueror’s gold. Credits: Writer, Richard Landau. © 28Oct71; LP40537.

The devil wears armor. Credits: Writer, Herman Groves. © 16Sep71; LP40532.

Dos gringos. Credits: Writers, Sam Roeca & James L. Henderson. © 30Sep71; LP40534.

The feathered serpent. Credits: Writer, Gene L. Coon. © 7Oct71; LP40535.

Ground loop at Spanish Wells. Credits: Writer, Edward J. Lakso. © 23Sep71; LP40533.

Hostages. Credits: Writer, Jim Byrnes. © 14Oct71; LP40536.

Man in a cage. Credits: Writer, Jim Byrnes. © 30Dec71; LP40544.

The return of Estaban. Credits: Writer, Edward J. Lakso. © 23Dec71; LP40543.

Tiger! Tiger! Credits: Story, Robert Hamner; teleplay, Stephen Kandel. © 25Nov71; LP40541.

BEETLES -- FRIENDS OR FOES? (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 1Dec69; A196136.

BEFORE HELP ARRIVES. 501 Films. Made by R. W. Sigman, Inc. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Paul A. Litecky; photographer, Harry Cannon.

© 501 Films, Inc.; 16May72; MP22835.

BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND. Motion Picture Dept., Brigham Young University. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 30Nov71; LP40403.

THE BEGINNING OF LIFE, HOW A BABY DEVELOPS BEFORE BIRTH (Filmstrip) Vitamin Information Bureau. Made by Audio-Visual School Service. 45 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v.

Credits: Text, Margaret Markham; art, Bob Ulm; consultant, Howard Jacobson.

© Vitamin Information Bureau, Inc.; 20Oct71; A300896.

BEGINNINGS. Ideation. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ideation, Inc.; 9May71; MP22220.

BEGINNINGS IN GALATIA. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 95.

BEING ALIKE AND BEING DIFFERENT. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

BEING SAFE (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X239–A--X239–F: Think safe, act safe. 57 fr.--Cars, bikes and people. 57 fr.--Delicious or deadly? 62 fr.--Watch where you go. 58 fr.--Fun or fearful? 60 fr.--Helpful or harmful? 60 fr.

Credits: General editor, Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13914, 13946, 13824, 13942, 13852, 13884.

BENJAMIN BANNEKER: MAN OF SCIENCE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 21Dec71; MP22339.

BERKSHIRE AT ITS BEST. Sunday River Productions. 9 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 20Aug71; MP22225.

BERLIN AFFAIR. Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Darren McGavin, Fritz Weaver, Brian Kelly, Pascale Petit, Christian Roberts.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 27Oct70; LP40572.

BERLIN AIRLIFT. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 379) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22430.

BERLIN WALL. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 388) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22266.

BEST MAN. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

THE BEST VALUE IS THE BEST DEAL! (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 28Mar72; JP13975.

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES (Filmstrip) Zapel Studios Co. 9 filmstrips, color, 16 mm.

Contents: 1–9: General: business telephone reception. 102 fr.--General: good public relations. 72 fr.--Gaining new customers. 89 fr.--Reselling old accounts by phone. 77 fr.--Overcoming sales resistance by phone. 114 fr.--Making telephone appointments. 94 fr.--Collecting past due accounts by phone. 35 fr.--Handling complaints by phone. 77 fr.--Taking telephone orders. 74 fr.

Appl. author: Owen A. Zapel.

© Owen A. Zapel d.b.a. Zapel Studios Co. a.a.d.o. Z.S.C.; 30Mar71; JP14067.

A BETTER WAY THAN FIGHTING (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 11 fr., color, 35 mm. © Concordia Pub. House; 25Jan72; JP14097.

BEWARE MY BRETHREN. World Arts Media (U.K.) Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © World Arts Media (U.K.), Ltd.; 8Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP40747.

BEWARE OF THE WATCHDOG. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

BEWARE! THE BLOB. Jack H. Harris Enterprises. 87 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Godfrey Cambridge, Marlene Clark, Gwynne Gilford, Robert Walker, Richard Stahl.

© Jack H. Harris Enterprises, Inc.; 4Dec71; LP40433.

THE BIG EASTER EGG HUNT. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

BIG FISH, LITTLE FISH AND PERSONNEL PROBLEMS. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 2.

BIG GUN. See

BEARCATS.

BIG IS LOTS OF THINGS. King Screen Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Kingdom of Kite) © King Broadcasting Co.; 18Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22402.

THE BIG MOVE UP (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 13Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13771.

BIGGER THAN A BREAD BOX AND BETTER THAN A GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 25.

BIGGEST STAR IN HOLLYWOOD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 106.

BIKINI ATOMIC BOMB TEST. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 321) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22418.

BILGE RATS TO BILGE EXAMINERS. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 11.

BIOGRAPHY. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X221–A--X221–F: The microscope, pt. 1. 41 fr.--The microscope, pt. 2. 43 fr.--The microscope, pt. 3. 42 fr.--Dissection. 48 fr.--Preparing microscope slides I. 43 fr.--Preparing microscope slides II. 43 fr.

Credits: General editor, Robert Zwilling.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13906, 13876, 13916, 13878, 13885, 13815.

BIOLOGY PROGRAM. See

THE GALAPAGOS: DARWIN’S WORLD WITHIN ITSELF.

BIRDS. See

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

THE BIRDS AND THE BEES BIT. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 59.

BIRDS OF SHORE AND MARSH: THEIR ENVIRONMENT AND FEEDING HABITS. W. L. B. Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, photographer & editor, Wayne Brown; script, Dennis Puleston; narrator, Ray Morgan.

Appl. author: W. L. B. Productions, sole owner, Wayne W. Brown.

© W. L. B. Productions; 30Dec71; MP22732.

BIRTH OF A COLT. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Barnyard series, no. 430) Loop film. Filmed in cooperation with Van Vleet Arabian Stud Farm, Boulder, Colorado. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 15May72; MP22660.

BIRTH OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC. See

ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

BIRTH OF JAZZ. See

FROM JAZZ TO ROCK.

BIRTHDAY PARTY. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

BITTER FLATS. See

BEARCATS.

THE BLACK MASS. Frederick W. Chandler. 15 min., sd., color and b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Martin Mauer; director, writer & editor, Frederick W. Chandler; music composer & conductor, Philip Orlando; camera, Jack Conover.

Cast: Phillip Kellman, Robert Hills, Ray Evans, Bernard Miller, Jonathan Miller.

© Frederick W. Chandler; 27Dec71; LU3621.

BLACK NOON. Fenady Associates. Released by Screen Gems. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & writer, Andrew J. Fenady; director, Bernard L. Kowalski; music, George Duning; director of photography, Keith Smith; film editor, Dann Cahn.

Cast: Roy Thinnes, Yvette Mimieux, Ray Milland, Gloria Grahame, Lyn Loring.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (in notice: Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures, Inc.); 5Nov71; LP40396.

BLACK PEOPLE IN THE SLAVE SOUTH, 1850. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Dec71; MP22397.

BLACKMAIL ORDER BRIDE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 113.

BLACKOUT. See

IRONSIDE.

BLEEDING, WOUNDS AND SPECIAL EMERGENCIES. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

BLOCKBUSTER. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

BLOCKING OSCILLATOR--TRANSISTORIZED. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22107.

BLOCKING OSCILLATOR--TRIODE. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22111.

BLOCKS TO COMMUNICATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 19.

BLONDE OR BRUNETTE. VimFim. 10 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © VimFim; 22Dec71; LP40398.

BLOOD KNOT. See

BEARCATS.

BLOOD OF A JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 120.

BLOOD PRESSURE: THEORY AND PROCESS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 10.

BOBBY JO AND THE BIG APPLE GOOD TIME BAND. Screen Gems. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Thornhill production.

Credits: Producer, Paul Junger Witt.

Cast: Forrest Tucker, Season Hubley, John Bennett Perry, Ed Begley, Jr., Robert Walden.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 31Mar72; LP40750.

BODINE MODEL 64 MACHINE VIDEO MANUAL. Bodine Corp. 60 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Videotape (1/2 in.) © Bodine Corp.; 20Jul71; MP22120.

THE BODY. Kestrel Films. 111 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Suggested by Anthony Smith’s book.

Credits: Producer, Tony Garnett; director, Roy Battersby; music, Ron Geesin & Roger Waters; photographer, Tony Imi; editor, Alan J. Cumner-Price.

Cast: Arthur Armitage, Danny Daniels, Beryl Briggs, Roberta Dougall, Johnny Claydon.

© Kestrel Films, Ltd.; 2Aug71 (in notice: 1970); LP40813.

BODY. See

I SEE YOU AND ME.

BODY MECHANICS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 2.

THE BOLD ONES. Harbour-UTV. [Canada] Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. (The New doctors) © Universal City Studios, Inc.

An absence of loneliness. From a story by Rogosin. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; writer, Michael Blankfort. Cast: E. G. Marshall, Edward Binns, Coleen Grey, Julie Adams, Brad David. © 18Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40800.

First: No harm to the patient. Credits: Director, Jeffrey Hayden; writers, Howard Browne & Sy Salkowitz. Cast: John Saxon, James Broderick, Lonny Chapman, Richard Dreyfuss, Katherine Crawford. © 9Nov70; LP40797.

Giants never kneel. From a story by Tanchuck. Credits: Director, Daryl Duke; writers, Nathaniel Tanchuck & Sy Salkowitz. Cast: Arthur Hill, Carol Lynley, Roger Perry, DeForest Kelley, E. G. Marshall. © 19Oct70; LP40796.

In dreams they run. From a story by Tait. Credits: Director, Jerry Lewis; writers, Don Tait & Sandy Stern. Cast: Joanne Linville, Arch Johnson, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Ella Edwards, Jason Karpf. © 13Dec70; LP40798.

Killer on the loose. Credits: Director, Abner Biberman; writer, Reuben Bercovitch. Cast: Tom Drake, Della Reese, Myron Healy, Virginia Gregg, Robert Hooks. © 11Oct70; LP40795.

A matter of priorities. Credits: director, Leslie H. Martinson; writer, Irv Pearlberg. Cast: Kim Hunter, Harold J. Stone, Pernell Roberts, John Saxon, E. G. Marshall. © 3Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40799.

Tender predator. Credits: Director, Richard Benedict; writers, Don Ingalls & Joel Rogosin. Cast: Karen Valentine, E. G. Marshall, David Hartman, John Saxon, Stephen Young. © 8Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40801.

This will really kill you. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; director, Jeffrey Hayden; writers, Phyllis & Robert White & Joel Rogosin. Cast: David Hartman, John Saxon, E. G. Marshall, Tisha Sterling, Michael Anderson, Jr. © 14Sep70; LP40794.

THE BOLD ONES. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. (The Senator) Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

A continual roar of musketry, pt. 1. Credits: Director, Robert Day; writer, David W. Rintels. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Edward Binns, Bernie Hamilton, Paul Stewart, John Randolph. © 16Nov70; LP40786.

A continual roar of musketry, pt. 2. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Paul Stewart, Randolph Mantooth, Jess Vint, Pamela McMyler. © 23Nov70; LP40787.

The day the lion died. Credits: Director, Daryl Duke; writer, Leon Tokatyan. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Will Geer, Ann Doran, Frank Maxwell, Kevin Hagen. © 28Sep70; LP40784.

George Washington told a lie. From a story by Bontche Schweig. Credits: Director, Daryl Duke; writer, Joel Oliansky. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Reni Santoni, Louise Sorel, Malcolm Atterbury, George Mitchell. © 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40782.

Power play. Credits: Director, Jerrold Freeman; writer, Ernest Kinoy. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Burgess Meredith, Anna Lee, Arthur Space, Michael Tolan. © 26Oct70; LP40785.

A single blow of a sword. Credits: Director, John M. Badham; writer, Jerrold Freedman. Cast: Hal Holbrook, David Sheiner, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Logan Ramsey, Michael Tolan. © 22Feb71; LP40780.

Someday they’ll elect a president. Credits: Director, John M. Badham; writer, Leon Tokatyan. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Murray Hamilton, Michael Tolan, Dana Elcar, Kermit Murdock. © 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40781.

To taste of death but once. From a story by Preston Wood. Credits: Producer, David Levinson; director, Daryl Duke; writer, Joel Oliansky. Cast: Hal Holbrook, Sharon Acker, Michael Tolan, Cindy Eilbacher, Gerald S. O’Loughlin. © 13Sep70; LP40783.

THE BOLD ONES. Universal-Public Arts Productions. [Canada] Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. (The Lawyers) © Universal-Public Arts Productions.

The Hyland confession. From a story by John Thomas James. Credits: Director, Daniel Petrie; writer, Frank Fenton. Cast: Tisha Sterling, Clifford David, Joseph Campanella, Burl Ives, Barbara Clarke-Chisholm. © 25Jan71; LP40802.

The loneliness racket. Credits: Director, Richard Bennett; writer, Gloryette Clark. Cast: Burl Ives, James Farentino, Joseph Campanella, Phyllis Love, Alan Oppenheimer. © 14Dec70; LP40792.

Panther in a cage. Credits: Director, Nicholas Colasanto; writer, Stephen Kandel. Cast: Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, James Farentino, Georg Stanford Brown, Charles Lampkin. © 12Oct70; LP40789.

The people against Doctor Chapman. Credits: Director, Jeannot Szwarc; writer, Jerry Bredouw. Cast: Joseph Campanella, Monte Markham, Burl Ives, Ramon Bieri, Jon Lormer. © 30Nov70: LP40791.

The price of justice. Credits: Director, Alex Singer; writer, Jack Sowards. Cast: Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, Cal Bellini, Julie Gregg, John Rivera. © 15Feb71; LP40803.

The search for Leslie Grey. From a story by Matthew Howard. Credits: Director, Richard Benedict; writer, Howard Browne. Cast: James Farentino, Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, Charles Aidman, Rodolfo Acosta. © 4Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40793.

Trial of a PFC. From a story by Gloryette Clark. Credits: Director, Alex Singer; writer, Frank Fenton. Cast: Pete Duel, Jane Elliott, Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, Jared Martin. © 2Nov70; LP40790.

The verdict. Credits: Producer, Jo Swerling, Jr.; director, Alex Singer; writer, John Thomas James. Cast: James Farentino, Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, John Kerr, Will Geer. © 11Sep70; LP40788.

BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 341) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22243.

BOMBS I. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., b&w. © Woroner Films, Inc.; 4Nov71; MU8425.

BOMBS II. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., b&w. © Woroner Films, Inc.: 4Nov71; MU8426.

BOMBS III. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., b&w. © Woroner Films, Inc.; 4Nov71; MU8427.

BONANZA. National Broadcasting Co. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © National Broadcasting Co., Inc.

A deck of aces. Cast: Lorne Greene. © 19Jan71; LP40330.

The desperado. © 18Dec70; LP40353.

An earthquake called Callahan. © 19Mar71; LP40337.

For a young lady. © 25Nov70; LP40350.

Gideon the good. © 28Aug70; LP40339.

The gold-plated rifle. © 4Jan71; LP40327.

Honest John. © 4Dec70; LP40351.

The impostors. © 19Nov70; LP40349.

El jefe. © 30Oct70; LP40347.

Kingdom of fear. © 12Sep68; LP40326.

Love child. © 16Oct70; LP40345.

The luck of Pepper Shannon. © 6Nov70; LP40348.

A matter of faith. © 4Sep70; LP40341.

The night Virginia City died. © 4Sep70; LP40340.

The power of life and death. © 30Sep70; LP40344.

The reluctant American. © 14Jan71; LP40329.

Shadow of a hero. © 2Feb71; LP40331.

The silent killer. © 11Feb71; LP40332.

A single pilgrim. © 9Dec70; LP40352.

The stillness within.© 26Feb71; LP40333.

Terror at 2:00. © 1Mar71; LP40334.

Thornton’s account. © 26Oct70; LP40346.

A time to die. © 10Mar71; LP40335.

Top hand. © 8Jan71; LP40328.

The trouble with trouble. © 24Sep70; LP40343.

The wagon, © 10Sep70; LP40342.

The Weary Willies. © 27Aug70; LP40338.

Winter kill. © 17Mar71; LP40336.

BONE MARROW DISORDERS. See

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY: A MORPHOLOGIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS.

BONGOS (Filmstrip) Robil. 7 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Robert E. Illes. © Robil, Inc.; 14Mar72; JP13790.

BONUS ARMY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 368) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22256.

BOOG POWELL PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

BOOKS AND WHAT THEY ARE. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

THE BOOMERANG RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

BOSTON POLICE STRIKE. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 345) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22245.

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, War for independence. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP22864.

BOX KITE KAPER. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

BOXES. ACI Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (At your fingertips)

Credits: By Peter & Mary Anna Winkler.

© ACI Films, Inc.; 19Dec69 (in notice: 1970); MP22564.

THE BOY FRIEND. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 109 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. An MGM-EMI presentation. Based on a musical play by Sandy Wilson.

Credits: Producer, director & screenplay, Ken Russell; music arranger & conductor, Peter Maxwell Davies; choreography, Christopher Gable, Gillian Gregory & Terry Gilbert; director of photography, David Watkin; editor, Michael Bradsell.

Cast: Twiggy, Christopher Gable, Max Adrian, Bryan Pringle, Moyra Fraser.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 16Dec71; LP40546.

BOY WHO DREW CATS. See

JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.

BOY WHO RAN AWAY. See

LIFE IN GOD--START SMILING.

BOY WITH A PROBLEM. Videorecord Corp. of America. 8 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent; music, John Gilbert; illus. by Stewart Kranz.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22689.

BOYLE’S LAW. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

BRAVE ON A MOUNTAINTOP. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

BREAD (Filmstrip) Lutheran Church Press. 73 fr., color, 35 mm. (Vacation church school series, grades 5 & 6) Adapted from a BFC production, Bread is for laughter.

Credits: Producer, Richard N. Clapper; script, Marianna Norris; photographers, Bruce Harding & Don Kurtz; editor, John A. Jorgenson.

NM: One third of filmstrip.

© Lutheran Church Press; 3Jan72; JP13802.

BREAD IS FOR LAUGHTER. See

BREAD.

BREAKING THE BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION. Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply Co. Made by Imagination Unlimited. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Leadership training series)

Credits: Writers, Allen E. Roberts & Conrad Hahn.

Cast: Robert Hamilton, Audrey Bordonie, Allen E. Roberts, Conrad Hahn.

© Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply Co., Inc.; 5Oct71; MP22128.

BREAKOUT. Universal Television. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: James Drury, Woody Strode, Kathryn Hays, Red Buttons, Sean Garrison.

© Universal Television, a division of Universal City Studios, Inc.; 4Dec70 (in notice: 1967); LP40574.

BREWMASTER. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE BRIDGE RECTIFIER. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22172.

BRIDGE RECTIFIER, USING SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES: L-FILTER. See

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY.

THE BROKEN PUZZLE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

BRONZEVILLE BOYS AND GIRLS (Filmstrip) Harper & Row, Publishers. 88 fr., color, 35 mm. (The Creative reading program)

Credits: Illustrator, Ronni Solbert; photographer, P. C. Peri.

Appl. author: Circle Productions, Inc.

© P. C. Peri; 3Jan72; JU12988. Inc.

BRUSHING (Filmstrip) Management Forms. Color, Super 8 mm. (PBP Patient education films, item no. LB–17) Loop film. With tape. © Management Forms, Inc.; 27Dec71; JP14130.

BUCKETS AND BUDGETS. Beverly Hills Unified School District, 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Beverly Hills Unified School District; 27Aug71; MP22127.

BUDDHISM. See

JUDAISM, ISLAM, HINDUISM, BUDDHISM.

BUDGET--TODAY AND TOMORROW. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

BUDGETS AND REALITY. See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

BUFFALO: AN ECOLOGICAL SUCCESS STORY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 4May72; MP22867.

BUILD A SENDER/RECEIVER. See

WHAT IS COMMUNICATION.

BUILDING CUSTOMER CONFIDENCE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 26Jan72; JP13772.

BUILDING ON THE ROCK. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

BUNNY O’HARE. American International Productions. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine, Reva Rose, John Astin, Jack Cassidy.

© American International Productions; 30Jun71; LP40369.

BUNSEN BURNER. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

BURDEN OF PROOF. See

VILLAIN.

BURGLAR ALARM. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

BURST OF FREEDOM. See

LASSIE.

THE BUS IS COMING. K-Calb Productions. Released by William Thompson International. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with William Thompson Productions.

Credits: Producer & screenplay, Horace Jackson; director, Wendell James Franklin; musical score, Tom McIntosh; director of photography, Mike Rhodes; film editor, Donald R. Rode.

Cast: Mike Sims, Stephanie Faulkner, Burl Bullock, Tony Sweeting, Jack Stillman.

© K-Calb Productions, Inc.; 29Sep71; LP40430.

BUSINESS CYCLES (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 86 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14040.

BUSY-NESS MAKES BUSINESS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 57 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 25Feb72; JF13781.

BUTTE, MONTANA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 43.

BUTTERFIELD ATE. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE. Frankovich Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon Leonard Gershe’s play.

Credits: Producer, M. J. Frankovich; director, Milton Katselas; screenplay, Leonard Gershe; music, Bob Alcivar; director of photography, Charles B. Lang; film editor, David Blewitt.

Cast: Goldie Hawn, Edward Albert, Eileen Heckart, Michael Glaser, Mike Warren.

© Frankovich Productions, Inc.; 6Jul72; LP40882.

BUYER BEWARE. See

CONSUMER STUDIES.

BYRD’S NORTH POLAR EXPEDITION. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 361) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22424.

C

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

Under surveillance. Telecast: Dec. 23, 1971. Credits: Producer, Robert Chandler; reporter, David Schoumacher. © 23Dec71; MP22437.

CABARET. ABC Pictures Corp. Released by ABC Pictures Corp. & Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 123 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the musical play Cabaret, book by John Masteroff; based on the play by John Van Druten & stories by Christopher Isherwood.

Cast: Joel Grey, Michael York, Liza Minnelli, Marisa Berenson, Helmut Griem.

© ABC Pictures Corp. & Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 14Jan72; LP40475.

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. See

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE.

CALF CASTRATION. A.S.10. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Apr71; MP22682.

CALF IDENTIFICATION. A.S.3. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); MP22678.

CALIPERS AND DIVIDERS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

CALL HER MOM. Douglas S. Cramer Co. Released by Screen Gems. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Herb Wallerstein; director, Jerry Paris; writers, Kenny Solms & Gail Parent; director of photography, Emil Oster; film editors, Jim Faris & Bob Moore.

Cast: Connie Stevens, Van Johnson, Charles Nelson Reilly, Thelma Carpenter, Jim Hutton.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 15Feb72; LP40753.

CALL ME LEE. See

PARIS 7000.

THE CALL OF ABRAHAM. See

ABRAHAM. FATHER OF BELIEVERS.

CAN YOU BELIEVE ADVERTISING? (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–B) © Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13733.

A CANADA GOOSE ADVENTURE. Borden Productions. Distributed by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Borden Productions, Inc.; 30Nov71; MP22212.

CANARIES AND CREDIT CARDS. See

EDEN IN PERIL.

CANARY THAT WOULDN’T SING. See

TALES FOR YOUNG IMAGINATIONS.

CAPE FLORIDA. Pt.2. Dade County School Board. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 15Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22383.

CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 30.

CAPITAL: FOUNDATION OF THE ECONOMY (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14033.

A CAPITOL AFFAIR. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

CARE OF A PATIENT WITH A TRACHEOSTOMY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 64.

CARE OF A PATIENT WITH CLOSED CHEST DRAINAGE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 65.

CARE OF A PATIENT WITH PERITONEAL DIALYSIS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 70.

CARE OF HOUSE PLANTS. See

THE HOME GARDENER: CARE OF HOUSE PLANTS.

CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH AN INDWELLING CATHETER. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 30.

CAREERS IN AVIATION AND SPACE (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 86 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13612.

CAREERS: MAKING A CHOICE. Doubleday Multimedia. Made by Sunburst Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 9Mar70; MP22615.

THE CAREY TREATMENT. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based upon the novel A case of need, by Jeffery Hudson.

Credits: Producer, William Belasco; director, Blake Edwards; screenplay, James P. Bonner; music, Roy Budd; director of photography, Frank Stanley; film editor, Ralph E. Winters.

Cast: James Coburn, Jennifer O’Neill, Pat Hingle, Skye Aubrey, Elizabeth Allen.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 29Mar72; LP40548.

CARS, BIKES AND PEOPLE. See

BEING SAFE.

CASE OF MY VANISHING MASTER, PT. 1. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 101.

CASE OF MY VANISHING MASTER, PT. 2. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 101.

CASE OF NEED. See

THE CAREY TREATMENT.

CASE OF THE PORCELAIN PUPPY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 107.

CASE STUDY (Filmstrip) Decision Media. 132 fr., color, 35 mm. (Neurological care series) © Decision Media, Inc.; 20Mar72; JP14004.

CASH AND CREDIT. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

CASPER, WYOMING. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 53.

THE CATCHER. H.B.L. Productions. Released by Screen Gems. 120 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © H.B.L. Productions, Inc.; 2Jun72 (in notice: 1971); LP40865.

CATCHING AND RUNNING. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 7.

CATEGORIES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–F)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13707.

CATERPILLARS GROW AND CHANGE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Jun71; MP22155.

CATHERINE DRINKER BOWEN: OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES. Silver Burdett. Made by Davidson Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Writers on writing) © General Learning Corp.; 1Dec71; MP22147.

CATHETERIZATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 29.

CATLOW. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the novel by Louis L’Amour.

Credits: Producer, Euan Lloyd; director, Sam Wanamaker; screenplay, Scot Finch & J. J. Griffith; music, Roy Budd; director of photography, Ted Scaife; film editor, Alan Killick.

Cast: Yul Brynner, Richard Crenna, Leonard Nimoy, Daliah Lavi, Jo Ann Pflug.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 8Nov71; LP40748.

CAUTIONARY CARTOONS (Filmstrip) Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America. 12 fr., color, 35 mm. For use with Weekend conference program, The climate of change.

Credits: All cartoons: Blasts from The Ram’s horn.

© Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America; 1Dec71; JP13758.

CAVE LIFE. McGraw-Hill Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 14Apr72 (in notice: 1968); MP22635.

CENTRAL SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS AND NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 56.

CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE MEASUREMENT. American College of Physicians. Made by Medex International. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Medical skills library) Loop film.

Credits: Executive producer & editor, Bernard V. Dryer; director & cinematographer, Sy Wexler; medical artist, Gerald Nevius.

© American College of Physicians; 16Apr72; MP22825.

CENTREVILLE, MARYLAND. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 29.

CERTAIN SHADOWS ON THE WALL. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

THE CHALLENGE OF DEVELOPMENT. Central Bank of the Philippines [Republic of the Philippines] Made by Multimedia. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Executive producer, Ernesto A. De Pedro; director, Henry Montealegre; music, Restie Umali; cinematographer, Felizardo Bailen.

© Multimedia; 27Dec71; MP22737.

THE CHAMPION (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 66 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Doug Weathers; writer, Susi Fechter; photographer, Alan Breslaw; artist, Pamela Pencraft.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13743.

CHANDLER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 86 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Michael S. Laughlin; director & writer, Paul Magwood; screenplay, John Sacret Young; music, George Romanis; photographer, Alan Stensvold; film editors, Richard Harris & William B. Gulick.

Cast: Warren Oates, Leslie Caron, Alex Dreier, Mitchell Ryan, Gordon Pinsent.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 6Dec71; LP40457.

THE CHANGE MAKERS. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

CHANGING TIMES LIFE. Kiplinger Washington Editors. 60 sec., sd., color, 16 mm. © Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc.; 17Feb72; MU8420.

CHARACTER OF CAESAR. See

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE.

CHARISMATIC RENEWAL. Franciscan Communications Center. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A TeleKetics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Nov71; MP22202.

CHARLES BIEDERMAN. ETS Program Service. Made by KTCA. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Joseph T. McDermott.

© ETS Program Service; 8Mar72; MU8417.

CHARLES DE GAULLE-–1890–1970. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST, v. 13, issue 4.

CHARLES’ LAW. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

CHATO’S LAND. Scimitar Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Michael Winner; writer, Gerald Wilson; music, Jerry Fielding; camera operator, Tony Troke; supervising editor, Freddie Wilson.

Cast: Charles Bronson, Jack Palance, Richard Basehart, James Whitmore, Simon Oakland.

© Michael Winner, Ltd.; 5May72 (in notice: 1971); LP40901.

CHAVIN TO INCA. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

CHECK, MATE: AND MURDER, PT. 1. See

IRONSIDE.

CHECK, MATE: AND MURDER, PT. 2, See

IRONSIDE.

CHECK STUB. See

[BANKING]

CHECKING ACCOUNT 1. See

[BANKING]

CHECKING ACCOUNT 2. See

[BANKING]

THE CHESAPEAKE AT BAY, AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY. See

MARYLAND, ITS HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY.

CHESS GAME. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

CHICAGO EXPOSITION (1933–1934) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 369) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22257.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, NO. 1. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 24.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, NO. 2. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 25.

CHILDREN AND REALITY. See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

A CHILD’S GARDEN OF VERSES. Wil Berg. Released by Sterling Educational Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wil Berg; 1Nov67 (in notice: 1966); LP40545.

THE CHILI KING. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 139.

CHIN-CHIN KOBAKAMA. See

JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.

CHINA. See

CITIES IN TRANSITION.

THE EAST IS RED.

LIFE ON THE LAND.

MODERNIZATION THROUGH HUMAN POWER.

CHIROPRACTIC, THE MASTER KEY TO HEALTH (Filmstrip) Public Education Publications. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Richard L. Kuxhaus. © Richard L. Kuxhaus d.b.a. Public Education Publications; 19Jan71; JP14063.

CHISUM. Batjac Productions. Released by Warner Bros. 111 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: John Wayne, Ben Johnson, Pamela McMyler, Geoffrey Deuel, Glenn Corbett.

© Batjac Productions, Inc. & Warner Bros., Inc.; 25Jun70; LP40896.

THE CHRISTIAN LICORICE STORE. Michael Laughlin Enterprises & Floyd Mutrux Productions. Released by Cinema Center Films. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A National General release.

Credits: Producer, Michael S. Laughlin; director, James Frawley; screenplay, Floyd Mutrux.

© Cinema Center Films, Michael Laughlin Enterprises, Inc. & Floyd Mutrux Productions; 23Aug71; LP40887.

CHRISTMAS DAY AT THE BUNKERS. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

CHRYSLER VS. BUICK & OLDSMOBILE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 58 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec71, JP13760.

THE CIRCLE OF HONOR (Filmstrip) United Parcel Service of America. 151 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. 4Jan67, A896693. NM: addition. © United Parcel Service of America, Inc.; 1Aug71; JP13652.

CIRCUIT TRACING (Filmstrip) Advance Schools. 49 fr., color, 35 mm. With script, 25 l. © Advance Schools, Inc.; 1Dec71; A313958.

CIRCUS: SERRINA BECOMES AN ACROBAT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 2Feb72; MP22467.

CITIES IN TRANSITION. International Communication Films. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (China) Appl. author: Doubleday Multimedia, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc. © International Communication Films, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 3Mar69; MP22618.

CITIES OF THE WEB. Macmillan Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. (Social studies/focus on active learning) © Macmillan Co.; 22Nov71; MP22207.

CITIZENSHIP. See

VALUES.

THE CITY (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 61 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–A)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13725.

THE CITY. Universal City Studios. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Frank Price; director, Daniel Petrie; writer, Howard Rodman; director of photography, Jack Marta; film editors, Robert Watts & Larry Lester.

Cast: Anthony Quinn, E. G. Marshall, Robert Reed, Pat Hingle, John Larch.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 17May71; LP40825.

CITY ON CAJON. Sunday River Productions. 13 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 28Dec71; MP22480.

LA CIUDAD. Population Reference Bureau. Distributed by Audio Visual Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Population Reference Bureau, Inc.; 3Jan72; MP22609.

THE CIVIL WAR (Filmstrip) American Heritage Pub. Co. Distributed by McGraw-Hill Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (American Heritage sound filmstrips) With Teachers guide, 24 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–5: A nation divided. 47 fr.--The clash of amateur armies. 46 fr.--The iron vise is forged. 44 fr.--Gettysburg. 46 fr.--An ending and a beginning. 49 fr.

Credits: Narrator, Bruce Catton; Frederick Fennell, conductor, audiovisual production, Westport Communications Group, Inc.

Appl. author: American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc., employer for hire.

© American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc.; 1Feb71; JP13588.

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: The Olmecs. 48 fr.--Teotihuacan to Toltec. 55 fr.--The Mayas. 54 fr.--The Aztecs. 56 fr.--Chavin to Inca. 52 fr.--The Incas. 49 fr.

Credits: Producer, M. George Jennings; script, Audrey J. Geis.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Dec71; JP13657.

CLASH OF AMATEUR ARMIES. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

CLASSIFYING (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Science processes series, set 3)

Contents: Sets and subsets. 44 fr.--Color, shape and size. 45 fr.--Properties of leaves. 43 fr.--Properties of animals. 47 fr.--Ways that animals grow up. 41 fr.--Solids and liquids. 40 fr.

Produced in collaboration with Telemated Motion Pictures.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 9Feb72 (in notices: 1970); JP13687.

CLASSROOM GAMES. See

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION]

CLAY PIGEON. Tracom Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Tom Stern; directors, Tom Stern & Lane Slate; screenplay, Ronald Buck, Buddy Ruskin & Jack Gross, Jr.; director of photography, Alan Stensvold; film editor, Danford Greene.

Cast: Telly Savalas, Robert Vaughn, John Marley, Burgess Meredith, Ivan Dixon.

© Tracom Productions; 29Jul71; LP40889.

CLEAN KILLS AND OTHER TROPHIES. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

THE CLEAN LIGHT. William Ditzel Productions. 30 sec., sd., color, 16 mm. © William Ditzel Productions; 1Apr71; MP22288.

CLEANSING ENEMA. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 28.

A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER. Universal City Studios. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Hal Holbrook, E. G. Marshall, Jack Albertson, Sharon Acker, Joe Campanella.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 21Mar70; LP40579.

CLEARWATER: A DREAM FOR A RIVER (Filmstrip) Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Times-Mirror. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 108 fr.; pt. 2, 121 fr.), color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide, 31 p.

Credits: Producer, Joan Troy; script, Jack Hope; narrator, Pete Seeger, photographers, Ashley James, Julie Snow, Jack Hope & others; editor, Kathryn McNeil.

© Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Inc., solely owned by Times-Mirror Co.; 5Jul71; A328559.

CLICKS AND MORE CLOCKS (Filmstrip) Weston Woods Studios. 28 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Based on the book of the same title by Pat Hutchins. NM: selection & compilation. © on filmstrip; Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 1Nov71; A299315.

CLIMATE OF JUSTICE. See

MEN AT LAW.

A CLOSE LOOK AT BOOK 1. See

STARTER 101 TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM.

A CLOSE LOOK AT BOOKS 2 THROUGH 10, TESTING AND CHARTS. See

STARTER 101 TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM.

COACH. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 44.

COLLAGE. ACI Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Rediscovery: art media) © ACI Productions, Inc.; 21Jun66; MP22562.

THE COLLATOR. John Wiley & Sons. 31 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Edward H. Rategan.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 5Apr71; MP22092.

COLLECTING PAST DUE ACCOUNTS BY PHONE. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

COLONIAL AMERICA (Filmstrip) American Heritage Pub. Co. Distributed by McGraw-Hill Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (American Heritage sound filmstrips) With Teacher’s guide, 24 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–5: England stakes a claim. 49 fr.--Religious havens. 43 fr.--The American melting pot. 46 fr.--Expansion and conflict. 41 fr.--War for empire. 47 fr.

Credits: Narrator, Whitfield Connor; Frederick Fennell, conductor; audiovisual production, Westport Communications Group, Inc.

Appl. author: American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc., employer for hire.

© American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc.; 14May71; JP13589.

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Instructional Systems. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–3: Additive color (The color of light) 25 fr.--Subtractive color (The color of things) 28 fr.--Adaptation & illusion. 25 fr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Oct71; JP13656.

COLOR IN ART. See

[ART]

COLOR OF LIGHT. See

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION.

COLOR OF THINGS. See

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION.

COLOR, SHAPE AND SIZE. See

CLASSIFYING.

THE COLORADO CENTRAL AND THE SOUTH PARK LINE. Sunday River Productions. 7 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Albert G. Hale. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 20Sep71; MP22226.

COLORS IN NATURE. See

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

COLPITTS OSCILLATOR--COMMON BASE. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22108.

COLPITTS OSCILLATOR--COMMON EMITTER. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22109.

COLTS BOUNCE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

COLUMBUS DAY. See

HOLIDAYS.

COMA. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

COME ALONG WITH ME TO BETHLEHEM (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 62 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Fred Nohl, compiler. NM: compilation. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13753.

COMMODORE COMETH. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

COMMUNICATION IN PRACTICE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 22.

COMMUNIST CHINESE REVOLUTION. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 381) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22261.

COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS. See

THE AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES (FILMSTRIP)

COMPARATIVE PATHOGENIC BACTERIOLOGY (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 60 fr.; pt. 2, 52 fr.), color, 35 mm. With manual, 13 p.

Credits: By Theodore T. Kramer.

© W. B. Saunders Co.; 27Jun72; A347852.

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY. Pt. 1: Halfwave rectifier; capacitor filter. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22175.

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY. Pt. 2: Fullwave vacuum tube rectifier; π filter. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22173.

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY. Pt. 3: Bridge rectifier, using semiconductor diodes; L-filter. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22174.

THE COMPLETE SILVERTON. Sunday River Productions. 26 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 28Dec71; MP22514.

COMPLEX SOUNDS. See

SOUND.

COMPREHENSION. See

TEACHING THE READ SYSTEM, A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS.

COMPUTAGRAM MODELS 3700, 3710, 3720 (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 80 fr., color, 16 mm. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13044.

THE COMPUTER AND YOU. Pt. 2 (Filmstrip) Educational Activities & Kimbo Educational Records. 52 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Writer & creator, Joseph J. DiCerto.

© K.B.H. Productions, Inc.; 24Jun71 (in notice: 1970); JP13664.

COMPUTERIZED FLUID DYNAMICS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22280.

COMPUTERIZED HIGHWAY DESIGN. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S. Dept. of Transportation. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22285.

COMRADE SOLDIER. American Broadcasting Companies. 53 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Desmond Smith; associate producer & film editor, Pat Cook; narrator, George Watson; photographers, Ralph Mayher & Boris Yurtchenko.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 7May69 (in notice: 1968); MP22475.

THE CONCEPT OF OPEN LABORATORY. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc.; 15Feb71; MP22505.

CONCRETE CORRAL. See

MCCLOUD.

CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22170.

CONFLICT RESOLUTION, ANATOMY OF A DISPUTE (Filmstrip) Consulting Engineers Council, U.S.A. Made by Risk Analysis & Research Corp. 62 fr., color, 16 mm. © Consulting Engineers Council, U.S.A.; 24Sep71; JP13672.

CONFRONTATION ON NOB HILL (Filmstrip) Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 83 fr.; pt. 2, 86 fr.), color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Joan Troy; moderator, William H. Grier; editor, Eleanor Townshend; photography, Clarence Towers & others.

© Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Inc., solely owned by Times Mirror Co.; 5Jan70; JP13779.

CONFRONTING CONFLICT. Bureau of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22316.

CONQUEROR’S GOLD. See

BEARCATS.

CONSERVATION OF MATTER. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

CONSONANT SOUNDS. See

WORDS AND SOUNDS.

CONSTRUCTION. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

CONSUMER STUDIES (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 discussion guides.

Contents: Money well spent. 71 fr.--The price of credit. 58 fr.--Buyer beware! 55 fr.--Making ends meet. 55 fr.

Credits: Writer, Howard Turner; editor, Alison Weigel; photographers, Wasyl Szkodzinsky & Ron Gabel.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Howard Turner.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 13Apr72; A335919, 346000–346002.

CONSUMERS AND CONSUMING. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

CONTACT PRINTING 35MM SLIDES. Audiovisual Service, Arizona State University. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Photography darkroom series) Appl. author: Joel A. Benedict. © Audiovisual Services (in notice: Audiovisual Service); 15Dec71; MP22659.

A CONTINUAL ROAR OF MUSKETRY, PT. 1. See

THE BOLD ONES.

CONTINUAL ROAR OF MUSKETRY, PT. 2. See

THE BOLD ONES.

A CONTINUUM OF NURSING CARE: HOSPITAL TO COMMUNITY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 94.

CONTRACT. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT THEOBALD. Regents of the University of Wisconsin. Made by Instructional Media Laboratory. 29 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.)

Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli.

Cast: Robert Theobald, Gary Gappert.

© Regents of the University of Wisconsin; 1Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22685.

COOL BREEZE. Penelope Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From a novel by W. R. Burnett.

Credits: Producer, Gene Corman; director & screenplay, Barry Pollack; music, Solomon Burke; director of photography, Andrew Davis; film editor, Morton Tubor.

Cast: Thalmus Rasulala, Jim Watkins, Judy Pace, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Sam Laws.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 22Mar72; LP40547.

THE COOPER (Filmstrip) Colonial Williamsburg. 41 fr., color, 35 mm. © Colonial Williamsburg; 8Jun71; JP13660.

COORDINATED STRUCTURAL FIRE ATTACK. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8437.

CORKY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 89 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Bruce Geller; writer, Eugene Price; music score, Jerry Styner & John Parker; director of photography, David M. Walsh; film editors, Hugh S. Fowler & Albert P. Wilson.

Cast: Robert Blake, Charlotte Rampling, Patrick O’Neal, Christopher Connelly, Pamela Payton-Wright.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 7Mar72; LP40416.

CORN HUSK DOLLS. Bill Snyder Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: W. D. Snyder. © Bill Snyder Films, Inc.; 1Oct71; MP22101.

CORONATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 384) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22432.

CORTISONE AND ADRENOCORTICOSTEROIDS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 57.

COSMETOLOGY SERIES.

FACIAL TREATMENT.

FROSTING.

HAIR BLEACHING.

HAIR CUTTING.

HAIR STYLING.

HAIR TINTING.

IRON CURLING.

MANICURING.

PERMANENT WAVE.

SCALP TREATMENT.

SHAMPOO.

COTTON GIN, WHITNEY. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

COUGAR COUNTRY. American National Enterprises. 6 reels, sd., color, 35 mm. © American National Enterprises, Inc.; 7Jan70; LP40399.

THE COUNTRY (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–C)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13834.

COUNTRY VET. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 13Apr72; MP22673.

COUNTRYSIDE. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

COURTMARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 359) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22252.

COUSIN MAUDE’S VISIT. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

COW WHO WANTED TO SEE A FARM. See

GUESS WHERE WE WENT TODAY.

THE CRANE’S MAGIC GIFT. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

CRAWFORDSVILLE, INDIANA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 34.

CRAWLING BABY. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

CRAYON. ACI Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Rediscovery: art media) © ACI Productions, Inc.; 5Oct64; MP22559.

CREATE A NEW LIFE IN ME (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. authors: Bill Carr & Larry Winbowg. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13572.

CREATING A REALISTIC OIL PORTRAIT. See

WATCHING ARTISTS AT WORK.

CREATING AN ABSTRACT WATER COLOR. See

WATCHING ARTISTS AT WORK.

CREATIVE HANDS. FilmFair Communications Distributed by Trend Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 1Jan72; MP22203.

CRISIS IN EDUCATION. See

PLANTATION REVOLUTION OF THE 1950’S: PLANTERS, MACHINES AND NEGROES.

CRISIS ON RUNWAY 26. See

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

THE CRITIC (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 60 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Doug Weathers; writer, Henry F. Scarpelli; photographer, Alan Breslaw.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13742.

CROOKED CORNER. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT. CB Communicators. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: Charles J. Bailey. © CB Communicators; 9Mar72; MP22641.

CRUNCH CRUNCH. United Artists Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © United Artists Corp.; 11Sep70; LP40742.

CUE BALL. Media Artists. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Media Artists, Inc.; 6Dec71; LP40325.

CULTURAL EVOLUTION. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

CURRENT. See

PARALLEL CIRCUITS.

SERIES CIRCUITS.

CURRENT FLOW AND MEASUREMENT. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22184.

CURRENT MODE LOGIC. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22113.

CUTANEOUS CLUES. Institute for Dermatologic Communication & Education. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arteriosclerosis obliterans, pt. 1) Appl. authors: Marion B. Sulzberger & Roberta Z. Sulzberger. © Institute for Dermatologic Communication & Education; 7Oct71 (in notice: 1970); MP22149.

CYLINDERS. ACI Films. 10 min., sd. color, 16 mm. (At your fingertips)

Credits: By Peter & Mary Anna Winkler.

© ACI Films, Inc.; 6Nov69 (in notice: 1970); MP22558.

CYNTHIA. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

CYNTHIA IS ALIVE AND LIVING IN AVALON. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

CYTOPLASMIC STREAMING AND MOTION IN CYTOPLASTS OF THE GREEN ALGAE NITELLA AND CHARA. Yolande M. Kersey. 900′, color, 16 mm. © Yolande M. Kersey; 3Jan72; MU8392.

D

DNA, RNA AND MUTATION. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

DAGMAR’S HOT PANTS, INC. Trans-American Films & Unicorn Enterprises. 94 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Trans-American Films; 20Oct71; LP40321.

DAILY LIFE. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

DAIRY COWS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Barnyard series, no. 432) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 15May72; MP22662.

DAIRY GOATS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Barnyard series, no. 433) Loop film. Filmed in cooperation with Capricorn Goat Dairy, Berthoud, Colorado. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 15May72; MP22663.

DAISY IN THE SHADOWS. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

THE DAMNED (GOETTERDAEMMERUNG) Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. [Belgium] 155 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Helmut Berger, Ingrid Thulin, Dirk Bogarde, Renaud Verley, Helmut Griem.

© Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.; 3Oct69; LP40890.

DANCE COMPOSITION. See

THE PRINCIPLES OF MODERN DANCE.

DANCE PERFORMANCE. See

THE PRINCIPLES OF MODERN DANCE.

DANCING II. See

[EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE DARE DEVIL RESCUE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE DARERS GO FIRST RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DARK WORLD OF HARRY ANDERS. See

MEN AT LAW.

DARKEST RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DARWIN AND EVOLUTIONARY THOUGHT. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

DAVENPORT, IOWA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 37.

THE DAVID AND GOLIATH RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DAVID, KING OF ISRAEL. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

DAVID, SHEPHERD OF JUDAH. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

DAWSON/KAPP PROMISE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

DAWSON/KAPP SWEARS. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

A DAY IN THE CONGO. See

AFRICA SPEAKS.

DAY THE LION DIED. See

THE BOLD ONES.

DEAD MAN. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

DEATH DO US PART RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DECEMBER 6, 1971: A DAY IN THE PRESIDENCY. National Broadcasting Co. 59 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Stuart Schulberg; correspondent, John Chancellor.

© National Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 16Dec71; MP22464.

DECIDING FOR MYSELF. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

DECISIONS, DECISIONS (Filmstrip) Plymouth Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 61 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 13Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13766.

DECK OF ACES. See

BONANZA.

THE DECOY RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DEFEAT AND INEFFECTUALITY. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

DEFENSIVE DRIVING II. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Woroner Films, Inc.; 4Nov71; MU8424.

DEFENSIVE DRIVING III. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Woroner Films, Inc.; 8May72; MU8454.

DEFENSIVE TACTICS II--SHORT BATON. Woroner Films. 20 min., si., color, 16 mm. (Officer training) © Woroner Films, Inc.; 17Feb72; MU8399.

DEFINITE COMPOSITION. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

DEHORNING. A.S.4. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Apr71; MP22681.

DELANO GRAPE STRIKE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 319) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22832.

DELICIOUS OR DEADLY. See

BEING SAFE.

DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, CHICAGO, 1968. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22234.

DENTAL ASSISTANT. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

DESCRIPTIVE WORDS AND FIGURES OF SPEECH. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

DESIGN IN ART. See

[ART]

DESPERADO. See

BONANZA.

DESTINY OF A SPY. Universal Pictures, Ltd. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by John Blackburn.

Cast: Lorne Greene, Anthony Quayle, James Donald, Victor Beaumont, Rachel Roberts.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 25Oct69; LF95.

DEVELOPING A PERFORMANCE CURRICULUM. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc.; 1Feb71; MP22511.

DEVELOPING ROLL FILM (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. (Photography darkroom series)

Credits: Director, Joel A. Benedict.

© Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University; 15Dec71; JP13594.

DEVELOPMENT. CRM Productions. 34 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22367.

DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC. See

ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

DEVIL WEARS ARMOR. See

BEARCATS.

DIAGNOSING THE STARTING SYSTEM (Filmstrip) Vol. 72–S3–L2, course 10004. Ford Marketing Corp., Ford Customer Service Division. 141 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 21 p. © Ford Marketing Corp.; 15Oct71; A347639.

DIAL HOT LINE. Universal City Studios. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, William Sackheim; director, Jerry Thorpe; screenplay, Carol Sobieski; music, Oliver Nelson; director of photography, Jack Marta; film editor, Edward M. Abroms.

Cast: Vince Edwards, Chelsea Brown, Michael Larrain, June Harding, Kim Hunter.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 8Mar70; LP40822.

DIAL INDICATORS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

DIAL M FOR MERGER. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER. Danjaq. Released by United Artists Corp. 119 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producers, Albert R. Broccoli & Harry Saltzman; director, Guy Hamilton; screenplay, Richard Maibaum & Tom Mankiewicz; music, John Barry; director of photography, Ted Moore; editors, Bert Bates & John W. Holmes.

Cast: Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean.

© Danjaq, S.A.; 17Dec71; LP40567.

THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW. Calvada Productions. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Calvada Productions.

I’d rather be bald than have no head at all. © 29Apr64; LP30085.

DICTIONARY FOR BEGINNERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Jun71; MP22158.

DIE. See

WHY DO WE.

DIET THERAPY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 78.

THE DIFFERENT FORMS OF BUSINESS. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS IN ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22133.

DINNER FOR TWO, PLEASE ORSON. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

DIODE CLAMPING. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22118.

DIODE CLIPPING. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22119.

DIODE LOGIC. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22106.

DIODE TRANSISTOR LOGIC. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22117.

THE DIODES. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22166.

DIRECT COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC--PARALLEL. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22115.

DIRECT COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC--SERIES. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22116.

DIRECTIONS. See

WILLIAM BLAKE.

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Appleton-Century-Crofts, educational division, Meredith Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16 mm. Presented in cooperation with Wayne State University College of Nursing. © Meredith Corp.

Lesson

1. Medical asepsis. © 28Mar72; MP22739.

2. Body mechanics. © 28Mar72; MP22738.

3. Making an unoccupied bed. © 28Mar72; MP22740.

4. Morning care. © 28Mar72; MP22741.

5. Making an occupied bed. © 28Mar72: MP22742.

6. Giving a bed bath, Pt. 1. © 28Mar72; MP22743.

8. Temperature, pulse and respiration: theory. © 28Mar72; MP22744.

9. Process of taking temperature, pulse and respiration. © 28Mar72; MP22745.

10. Blood pressure: theory and process. © 28Mar72; MP22746.

11. Prevention of complications of bed rest. © 28Mar72; MP22747.

12. Positioning. © 28Mar72; MP22748.

13. Transfer and ambulation. © 28Mar72; MP22749.

14. Nursing aids for normal elimination. © 28Mar72; MP22750.

15. Surgical asepsis. © 28Mar72; MP22751.

16. Principles of administration of medications. © 28Mar72; MP22752.

18. Introduction to the process of interaction. © 28Mar72; MP22753.

19. Blocks to communication. © 28Mar72; MP22754.

20. Skills of communication utilized to send a message. © 28Mar72; MP22755.

21. Skills of communication utilized to receive a message. © 11Apr72; MP22756.

22. Communication in practice. © 11Apr72; MP22757.

23. Basic concepts of the process of scientific observation. © 11Apr72; MP22758.

24. Scientific observation. © 11Apr72; MP22759.

26. Observation plus communication provide for optimum nursing intervention. © 11Apr72; MP22760.

28. Cleansing enema. © 11Apr72; MP22761.

29. Catheterization. © 19Apr72; MP22762.

30. Care of the patient with an indwelling catheter. © 11Apr72; MP22763.

34. Basic concepts of body fluids and the effect of major ions. © 19Apr72; MP22764.

35. Osmosis and fluid compartments. © 19Apr72; MP22765.

36. Dynamics of fluid exchange. © 19Apr72; MP22766.

37. Acid-base balance. © 19Apr72; MP22767.

38. Equipment used in intravenous therapy. © 19Apr72; MP22768.

39. Nursing responsibilities related to the starting and discontinuance of intravenous therapy. © 19Apr72; MP22769.

40. Nursing observation and nursing care during intravenous therapy. © 19Apr72; MP22770.

42. Nursing responsibilities in care of patient having gastric or intestinal decompression therapy. © 19Apr72; MP22771.

44. Nursing responsibilities in the care of patients with arterial peripheral vascular disease. © 19Apr72; MP22772.

45. Nursing responsibilities in the care of patients with venous peripheral vascular disease. © 19Apr72; MP22773.

46. Basic process involved in preoperative care. © 19Apr72; MP22774.

47. Basic process involved in postoperative care. © 11May72; MP22775.

48–49. Nursing responsibilities in the care of the patient in a cast, pt. 1–2. © 11May72; MP22776–22777.

50–51. Nursing responsibilities in the care of the patient in traction, pt. 1–2. © 11May72; MP22778–22779.

52. Nursing responsibilities in the care of the patient on a circoelectric bed. © 11May72; MP22780.

53. Nursing responsibilities in the use of a mechanical device in the transfer of patients. © 16May72; MP22781.

54. Diuretics. © 16May72; MP22782.

55. Insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents. © 16May72; MP22783.

56. Central skeletal muscle relaxants and neuromuscular blocking agents. © 16May72; MP22784.

57. Cortisone and adrenocorticosteroids. © 16May72; MP22785.

58–59. Drugs used in cardiovascular disease, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22786–22787.

60–61. Drugs affecting the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22788–22789.

62. Nursing responsibilities in the use of rotating tourniquets. © 16May72; MP22790.

63. Nursing responsibilities in the evaluation of central venous pressure. © 16May72; MP22791.

64. Care of a patient with a tracheostomy. © 16May72; MP22792.

65. Care of a patient with closed chest drainage. © 16May72; MP22793.

66. Eye care. © 16May72; MP22794.

67. Nursing responsibilities: nasal suctioning, oral suctioning, and mouth care. © 16May72; MP22795.

69. Nursing responsibilities: sterile dressings. © 16May72; MP22796.

70. Care of a patient with peritoneal dialysis. © 16May72; MP22797.

71. Assessment of levels of consciousness. © 16May72; MP22798.

72–73. Nursing responsibilities in radiotherapy, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22799–22800.

74. Nutrition: psychosocial and physiologic basis. © 16May72; MP22801.

75–76. Nutrition: energy, carbohydrates, fats and proteins, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22802–22803.

77. Nutrition: minerals and vitamins. © 16May72; MP22804.

78. Diet therapy. © 16May72; MP22805.

79–80. The philosophy of rehabilitation and its application, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22806–22807.

81. Rehabilitation: an inside view. © 16May72; MP22808.

82. A profile of an aging person. © 16May72; MP22809.

83. Dynamics of safety and security for older persons. © 16May72; MP22810.

84–85. Interacting with older people, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22811–22812.

86. Drug problem: people problem. © 16May72; MP22813.

87. Mind-altering drugs. © 16May72; MP22814.

88. Dynamics of patient care. © 16May72; MP22815.

89–90. Implications for nursing practice, pt. 1–2. © 16May72; MP22816–22817.

91. Management of the drug dependent person: heroin. © 16May72; MP22818.

92. Emergency management. © 16May72: MP22819.

93. Nursing care plans. © 16May72: MP22820.

94. A continuum of nursing care: hospital to community. © 16May72; MP22821.

95. Behavioral objectives. © 16May72: MP22822.

DISC BRAKE SERVICE ROUNDUP (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 92 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–4) © Chrysler Corp.; 21Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13770.

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Steeg Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: Your eyes are for seeing.

49 fr.--Your ears are for hearing.

53 fr.--Your skin is for feeling.

47 fr.--Your tongue is for tasting.

46 fr.--Your nose is for smelling.

47 fr.--Your senses work together.

51 fr.

Credits: Writer-director-producer, Bill Boal; educational collaborator, James L. Hymes, Jr.; photographer, James W. Strongin.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 8Jun71; JP13626.

DISCOVERY. See

TO ALL THE WORLD’S CHILDREN.

DISPOSAL CRISIS. See

POLLUTION.

DISSECTION. See

BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

DISSECTION OF A FROG. Pt. 2 (Filmstrip) Library Filmstrip Center. 46 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Technical director, C. Raymond Goble; script, Cecelia Wiens; photography & graphics, Chas. G. Casey.

Appl. author: Violet Priestley.

© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library Filmstrip Center; 10May71; JP13591.

DISTANT LANDS. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTORS TO COUNSELING SERIES. See

ALBERT ELLIS, A DEMONSTRATION: A YOUNG DIVORCED WOMAN.

ALBERT ELLIS, A DEMONSTRATION: AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AGE CHILD.

ALBERT ELLIS: RATIONAL EMOTIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY.

ALBERT ELLIS: RATIONAL EMOTIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY APPLIED TO GROUPS.

DIURETICS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 54.

DIVERGENCE IN A SPECIES OF MARINE SNAIL, LITTORINA LITTOREA. Pike Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Pike Productions, Inc.; 22Nov71; MP22097.

DIVIDING WORK. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

DIVORCE, GENIE STYLE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 83.

DJINN & WATER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 10.

DJINN DJINN, GO HOME. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 93.

DJINN, DJINN, THE PIED PIPER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 155.

THE DO RE MI RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

DO YOU TAKE THIS STRANGER? Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jo Swerling, Jr.; director, Richard Heffron; writer, Matthew Howard; music, Peter Rugolo; director of photography, Lionel Lindon; film editor, John Dumas.

Cast: Gene Barry, Lloyd Bridges, Diane Baker, Joseph Cotten, Sidney Blackmer.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 16Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40570.

THE DOCTOR. San Antonio Independent School District. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sutherland Learning Associates. Appl. authors: Dan & Elaine Weisburd. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; LP40808.

DR. BELLOWS GOES SANE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 98.

DODGE MONACO, SOMETHING DIFFERENT (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 30Dec71; JP13764.

DODGE VERSUS CHEVROLET AND FORD. See

SIGHTING IN ON WAGONS.

DOLL. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

$. Frankovich Productions & Pax Enterprises. Released by Columbia Pictures.

Credits: Producer, M. J. Frankovich; director & writer, Richard Brooks; music, Quincy Jones; photographer, Petrus Schloemp; film editor, George Grenville.

Cast: Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn, Gert Frobe, Robert Webber, Scott Brady.

© Frankovich Productions, Inc. & Pax Enterprises, Inc.; 15Dec71; LP40477.

DON CARTER DROPS. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

DON CARTER PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

DON’T KID A KIDDER. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

DON’T WORRY DEAR. Videorecord Corp. of America. 7 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent; illustrator, Stewart Kranz; music, John Gilbert.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22556.

THE DOOR. Campbell Silver Cosby Corp. Released by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Ken Mundie; music, Clark (Mumbles) Terry; animation photographer, Ken Moore.

© Campbell Silver Cosby Corp.; 31Dec67; LP40874.

DOS GRINGOS. See

BEARCATS.

DOWN ON SAUNA STREET. Genco Productions. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producers, Charles Bornstein & Gene Pressman; director, Gene Pressman; screenplay, Bruce Apar & Roy Dornfeld.

Cast: William Hunter, Jon Seavers, Rodney Littles.

© Genco Productions, Inc.; 27May72; LP40878.

DRAMATIC PLAY: AN INTEGRATIVE PROCESS FOR LEARNING. Campus Film Productions. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Queens College. Appl. author: Steve Campus. © Campus Film Productions, Inc.; 2Nov71; MP22165.

THE DREAM MAKERS. Gillian Cummings. [W. Germany] 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Gillian Cummings; 5Nov71; MP22206.

DREAMBOAT TIME. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 6.

DRIVER AND SPEED. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION] (Filmstrip) Metro American Productions. 9 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 5 l.

Contents: What is driver’s ed? 25 fr.--Basic signs. 54 fr.--Pedestrian and driver. 21 fr.--Traffic signals. 34 fr.--Prohibitive parking. 26 fr.--Driver and speed. 37 fr.--Pavement markings. 29 fr.--Traffic laws 1. 30 fr.--Traffic laws 2. 37 fr.

NM: new material.

© Metro American Productions; 15Jun71; A342964.

DRUG PROBLEM: PEOPLE PROBLEM. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 86.

DRUGS AFFECTING THE SYMPATHETIC AND PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEMS, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 60–61.

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD (Filmstrip) Cathedral Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Uppers and downers: what killed Billy Lawton? 61 fr.--Psychedelics: a way to travel? 63 fr.--Opiates: what are narcotics? 68 fr.--Why drugs? 62 fr.--Life takes living. 59 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Edward D. Eagle; directors, Jack L. Tyler & Michael Halperin; photographers & graphic artists, Vaccaro Associates/Paul Gruwell.

© Cathedral Films, Inc.; 30Nov71; JP14066.

DRUGS USED IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 58–59.

DUTTON’S RETIREMENT. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

DYNAMICS OF FLUID EXCHANGE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 36.

DYNAMICS OF PATIENT CARE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 88.

DYNAMICS OF SAFETY AND SECURITY FOR OLDER PERSONS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 83.

E

THE /ə/ SOUND (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13955.

ESC SYSTEM. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

EARLY FRENCH AVIATION (1901–1913) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 331) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22235.

EARS AND HEARING. See

SOUND.

EARTHQUAKE CALLED CALLAHAN. See

BONANZA.

EARTHWORMS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

EAST AFRICA: KENYA, UGANDA, TANZANIA (Filmstrip) BK Teaching Aides. 40 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Authors, Frances Budesa & Lawrence Kaley; art & photos, Lawrence Kaley.

© BK Teaching Aides; 1Feb72; JP14101.

THE EAST IS RED. Doubleday Multimedia. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (China) © Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 22Mar71; MP22613.

ECONOMIC LIFE. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

ECONOMICS IN MODERN AFRICA. See

AFRICA SPEAKS.

THE ECONOMY AND YOU. See

THE AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES (FILMSTRIP)

EDEN IN PERIL. (Filmstrip) Cathedral Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 3 records & 6 study guides.

Contents: Man and the earth. 63 fr.--Mathematics and starvation. 47 fr.--Canaries and credit cards. 52 fr.--The quality of life. 54 fr.--Therefore choose life. 55 fr.

Credits: Producer & director, Edward D. Eagle; writer, Don Hall; art direction & photography by Vaccaro Associates; artists, George Wheeler, Ron Dias & Kay Leary; photographers, Paul Gruwell & others.

© Cathedral Films, Inc.; 30Dec71; JP14096.

EDITH/EDITH’S.

For titles beginning with Edith or Edith’s See ALL IN THE FAMILY.

EDUCATION. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

EDUCATIONAL DATA. See

[JOB INTERVIEW]

THE EFFECTIVE HANDS (Filmstrip) Public Education Publications. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Richard L. Kuxhaus. © Public Education Publications; 18Jul68; JP13670.

EGG AND AHHHH. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

8 MM. DOCUMENTS PROJECT. See

ALLIED INVASION OF SICILY.

ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATIONS IN THE 1920’S.

APOLLO II: LAUNCH.

APOLLO II: MOON WALK.

APOLLO II: RETURN TO EARTH.

ASSASSINATION OF JOHN F. KENNEDY.

ASSASSINATION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

ASSASSINATION OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY.

BERLIN AIRLIFT.

BERLIN WALL.

BIKINI ATOMIC BOMB TEST.

BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION.

BONUS ARMY.

BOSTON POLICE STRIKE.

BYRD’S NORTH POLAR EXPEDITION.

CHICAGO EXPOSITION (1933–1934)

COMMUNIST CHINESE REVOLUTION.

CORONATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH.

COURTMARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL.

DELANO GRAPE STRIKE.

DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, CHICAGO, 1968.

EARLY FRENCH AVIATION (1901–1913)

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: HELICOPTERS.

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: ORNITHOPTERS.

FIRST HYDROGEN BOMB EXPLOSION.

GANDHI.

GERMAN U-BOMBS (V–1 AND V–2)

HUNGARIAN REVOLT (1956)

IRISH REBELLION (1920–1922)

ISRAELI INDEPENDENCE.

JOSEPH MCCARTHY: ARMY HEARINGS.

KOREAN WAR: ARMISTICE NEGOTIATIONS.

KOREAN WAR: U.S. COMBAT OPERATIONS.

KU KLUX KLAN IN THE 1920’S.

LENIN.

LINDBERGH’S TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT.

NEWARK RIOT (1967)

PEASANTS IN SAMARA, U.S.S.R.: 1921.

POOR PEOPLES’ CAMPAIGN.

THE PORTSMOUTH CONFERENCE.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1924.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1928.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1932.

PROHIBITION: ILLEGAL LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

THE RED SCARE: ARRESTS AND DEPORTATIONS (1917–1920)

REPUBLIC STEEL STRIKE POLICE RIOT (MEMORIAL DAY MASSACRE)

ROBERT GODDARD: ADVANCED ROCKET EXPERIMENTS, NEW MEXICO.

ROBERT GODDARD: EARLY ROCKET EXPERIMENTS, MASSACHUSETTS.

SCOPES TRIAL.

SELMA CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH.

SUEZ CRISIS.

TRIAL OF REVOLUTIONARY SOCIALISTS, MOSCOW, 1922.

U.S. HOME FRONT IN WORLD WAR II.

U.S. INTERVENTION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC CRISIS (1965)

U.S. INTERVENTION IN THE NICARAGUAN CIVIL WAR (1927)

U.S. OCCUPATION OF GERMANY.

U.S. OCCUPATION OF JAPAN.

U.S. PUNITIVE EXPEDITION INTO MEXICO.

UNITED AUTO WORKERS STRIKE (1937)

URBAN RUSSIA: 1921.

VETERAN REHABILITATION: 1920.

WARREN HARDING: PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.

WARSAW PACK INTERVENTION IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA.

WASHINGTON CONFERENCE (1921–1922)

WILL ROGERS.

WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT.

WORLD WAR I: RUSSO-TURKISH NAVAL BATTLE.

WORLD WAR I: U.S. HOME FRONT.

WORLD WAR I: U.S. HOME FRONT CARTOONS.

WRIGHT BROTHERS.

ELECTION STORY. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

ELECTRIC KID. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND APPLIANCE REPAIR. See

BASIC SYMBOLS AND CONVENTIONAL DRAWINGS.

FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY.

ELECTRICITY, EDISON. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY CHEMICAL ACTION. Pt. 1. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22188.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY CHEMICAL ACTION. Pt. 2. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22187.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY FRICTION. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22167.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY MAGNETISM. Pt. 2. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22185.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY MAGNETISM. Pt. 2. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22186.

ELECTRICITY PRODUCED BY PRESSURE, HEAT AND LIGHT. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22168.

ELECTROMAGNETISM. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22169.

ELECTRONIC MUSIC (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Pathways to music)

Contents: Pt. 1–2: The birth of electronic music. 62 fr.--The development of electronic music. 67 fr.

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 13May71; JP14147.

ELEGY FOR A MAD DOG. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

THE ELEVATOR STORY. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

11:59–-LAST MINUTE TO CHOOSE. Brentano Foundation. Distributed by Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brentano Foundation; 8Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP22627.

ELIJAH AND THE PROPHETS OF BAAL. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 27.

EMANCIPATION OF BESSIE GRAY. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

EMERGENCY ALERT. See

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 92.

EMITTER FOLLOWER LOGIC. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22114.

THE END OF THE TRAIL. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

ENDING AND A BEGINNING. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

ENDOSSEOUS BLADE IMPLANTS AS ABUTMENTS FOR FIXED MANDIBULAR FULL-ARCH PROSTHESIS. Anthony J. Viscido. 17 min., sd., color and b&w, 16 mm. © Anthony J. Viscido; 28Jan72; MU8409.

THE ENEMY BEFORE US. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

ENERGY AND LIVING THINGS. Centron Educational Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 14Feb72; MP22346.

ENERGY AND STATE RELATIONSHIPS. See

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER.

ENGLAND STAKES A CLAIM. See

COLONIAL AMERICA.

ENJOYING OURSELVES. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

ENLARGING (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Photography darkroom series)

Contents: Pt. 1. 79 fr.--Pt. 2. 53 fr.--Pt. 3. 39 fr.

Credits: Director, Joel A. Benedict.

© Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University; 15Dec71; JP13592, 13596, 13593.

ENRICHING THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc.; 15Apr71; MP22506.

ENVIRONMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (Filmstrip) Consumers Power Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 91 fr.; pt. 2, 89 fr.), color, 35 mm. © Consumers Power Co.; 3Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13755.

THE ENVIRONMENT: EVERYTHING AROUND US. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23May72; MP22866.

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS (Filmstrip) Centron Educational Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With cassettes & guide, 1 v.

Contents: Colors in nature. 84 fr.--Patterns in nature. 84 fr.--Textures in nature. 64 fr.--Awareness in forest & field. 74 fr.--Awareness in the city. 66 fr.

Credits: Producers, Robert O. Joslin & Larry West.

© Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13647.

ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT, THE DENVER STORY. Ex-Cell-O Corp. Made by Video Films. 7 min., si., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Joseph E. Barrett. © Ex-Cell-O Corp.; 8Mar72; MU8422.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT - WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT! Centron Educational Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 28Apr72; MP22607.

ENZYME ACTION: PEPSIN. No. 638. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, B. L. Ruffner.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22670.

EPIDEMIC. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

EQUIPMENT USED IN INTRAVENOUS THERAPY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 38.

[EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Made by Foote, Cone & Belding. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States.

Dancing II. EL–72–357. © 2Jan72; MP22702.

Greetings. EL–72–358. © 1Jan72; MP22700.

Greetings II. EL–72–363. NM: revision & addition. © 4Feb72; MP22701.

ESCAPE. See

IRONSIDE.

ESPANOL: A SENTIRLO (Filmstrip) Webster Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Learning Spanish the modern way. 3d ed.)

Contents: Lecciones 1–2. 42 fr.--Lecciones 3–5. 42 fr.--Lecciones 6–8. 45 fr.--Lecciones 9–10. 30 fr.--Lecciones 11–12. 30 fr.--Lecciones 13–14. 33 fr.

Credits: By Protase E. Woodford, Randall G. Marshall & Conrad J. Schmitt; illustrator, George Guzzi.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 28Mar72; JP13984.

ESSENCE. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X213–A--X213–F: Why we keep records. 37 fr.--The books and what they are. 53 fr.--Recording transactions: how. 41 fr.--Recording transactions: where. 51 fr.--Using these records. 49 fr.--The accounting cycle. 41 fr.

Credits: General editor, Sidney A. Eisenberg.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13811, 13905, 13831, 13886, 13847, 13862.

ESTABLISHING THE BASELINE. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

ETERNALLY YOURS, JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 135.

ETHAN FROME (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 1Sep69; A196157.

EUGENE. Marian I. Siegel. 24 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm. © Marian I. Siegel; 19May72; LU363O.

EVE OF REVOLT. See

THE REVOLUTION.

THE EVENTS AT GARABANDAL. Richard K. Everson. 45 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Richard Everson; 1Sep71; MP22095.

EVERY LITTLE CROOK AND NANNY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Evan Hunter.

Cast: Lynn Redgrave, Victor Mature, Paul Sand, Maggie Blye, Austin Pendleton.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 5Jun72; LP40888.

EVERYBODY’S A MOVIE STAR. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 68.

EVERYTHING IS NOT WHAT IT APPEARS TO BE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 46 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–A) © Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13698.

EVOLUTION OF MAN. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

EXCRETORY SYSTEMS IN ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22134.

EXERCISES FOR HOME AND SCHOOL. See

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION]

EXFOLIATIVE CYTOLOGY OF THE FEMALE GENITAL TRACT (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 4 filmstrips (pt. 1, 51 fr.; pt. 2. 51 fr.; pt. 3, 50 fr.; pt. 4, 67 fr.), color, 35 mm. With manual, 32 p.

Credits: By Marvin W. Stafford.

© W. B. Saunders Co.; 8Mar72; A329821.

EXPANSION AND CONFLICT. See

COLONIAL AMERICA.

EXPERIMENT AT NEW LIFE. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: HELICOPTERS (1921–1940) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 305) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22254.

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: ORNITHOPTERS. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 360) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22829.

EXPRESSIONS. See

I SEE YOU AND ME.

EXPRESSIVE MALE. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

EX-SGT. RANDELL FILE, U.S.A. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

EXTRA APPEAL IN CHARGER ’72 (Filmstrip) Dodge Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 18Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13767.

EYE CARE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 66.

THE EYE OF THE STORM. American Broadcasting Companies. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now) A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producer, director, writer, William Peters.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 10Apr70; MP22390.

EZEKIEL, PROPHET OF HOPE. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

F

FACE YOURSELF. Aetna Life & Casualty. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 27Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22640.

FACES. See

I SEE YOU AND ME.

FACIAL TREATMENT. Pt. 1. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 773) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22726.

FACIAL TREATMENT. Pt. 2. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 774) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22727.

FAIRNESS AND FREEDOM. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

FAIRY TALES. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

FAITH AND SCIENCE, TWO TRUE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 13 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Daryl Hunter. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13673.

FALSE SPRING. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

FAMILY. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

FAMILY AND ITS LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

FAMILY AND ITS LEGAL RIGHTS. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

THE FAMILY AND SOCIETY. See

THE FUTURE OF THE FAMILY.

FAMILY LIVING SET (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by McGraw-Hill Films & University Films. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Family series)

Contents: Meeting our needs. 38 fr.--Consumers and consuming. 38 fr.--Producers and producing. 40 fr.--Dividing work. 45 fr.--Making decisions. 38 fr.--Protecting ourselves. 40 fr.--Enjoying ourselves. 36 fr.--Making rules and plans. 43 fr.

Credits: Educational consultants, John R. Lee & Clyde F. Kohn.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 11Jan71 (in notice: 1970); JP13977, 13976, 13978, 13982, 13980, 13979, 13981, 13983.

FAMILY SERIES. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

FANTASY. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

FARALLON LIGHT. Charles E. Peterson. Distributed by Altair Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Made with the cooperation of Twelfth Coast Guard District & Point Reyes Bird Observatory.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Charles E. Peterson; original songs, Betty Reid.

Appl. states prev. reg. 9Jul71, MU8340.

© Charles E. Peterson; 23Dec71; MP22323.

FARMER’S DAUGHTER. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

FARMING AND RANCHING. See

SEEING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

FASTER, BIGGER AND SMARTER. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

FASTEST GUN IN THE EAST. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 37.

THE FATAL REUNION RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE FATHER’S LOVE. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

THE FAWN, THE BEAR. See

STORIES OF ANIMALS WHICH SHARE AN ENVIRONMENT.

FEAST OF JOY (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 34 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Art, Communico; script, Earl H. Gaulke & Lavern Franzen.

© Concordia Pub. House; 25Jan72; JP14100.

FEATHERED SERPENT. See

BEARCATS.

FEBRUARY SNOW. Gregory M. Zalar. 33 min., sd., color and b&w, 16 mm. © Gregory M. Zalar; 14Feb72; LU3623.

FEEL. See

WHY DO WE.

FEELING GOOD. San Antonio Independent School District. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sutherland Learning Associates. Appl. authors: Dan & Elaine Weisburd. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; LP40805.

FENCES ARE FOR PAINTING. Arden Films. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Mark Marquisee & Jerry Millstein. © Arden Films; 1Sep70; MP22121.

FESTIVAL TIME. Hanover Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Hanover Productions, Inc.; 16Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40900.

A FEW MILES FROM FRANCE. Columbia Pictures. Made by Anthony Gilkison Associates. 16 min., sd., color, 35 mm. An Arrow Production.

Credits: Producer & editor, Philip Shaw; director, Antony Thomas; music, Jeff Wayne; photographer, Peter Jackson.

© Anthony Gilkison Associates, Ltd.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1969); MP22408.

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Mirisch Productions & Cartier Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 180 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the stageplay adapted from Sholem Aleichem stories.

Cast: Topol, Norma Crane, Molly Picon, Rosalind Harris, Leonard Frey.

© Mirisch Productions, Inc. & Cartier Productions, Inc.; 3Nov71; LP40902.

THE FIELD OF DEATH RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE FIFTH WHEEL RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

FIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS. Fight of the Champions. 90 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. NM: full length version of Joe Frazier--Muhammad Ali fight. © Fight of the Champions, a joint venture consisting of Perenchio, Inc. & California Sports, Inc.; 9Mar71; MP22407.

THE FIGHTERS. Petersen/Chartwell Attractions. Made by William Greaves Productions. 116 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Music composer, David Matthews.

Cast: Joe Frazier, Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay)

© Guts; 10May72 (in notice: 1971); MP22873.

FIGURE-GROUND (Filmstrip) B. J. Hogg. 3 filmstrips (72 fr. each), b&w, 35 mm. (Skill--Bees child-tested skill builders, SKB–100A--SKB–100C) © B. J. Hogg; 11Feb72 (in notices: 1971); JP13788.

FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE. Cinecrest Films [England] Released in the U.S. by Cinema Center Films. 108 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. From the novel of Barry England. © Cinema Center Films & Cinecrest Films, Inc.; 4Aug70; LP40828.

FILMSTRIPS FOR MODERN PORTUGUESE. See

MODERN PORTUGUESE.

FILTER CIRCUITS. Pt. 1. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22176.

FILTER CIRCUITS. Pt. 2. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22177.

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X219–A--X219–F: Institutions we deal with. 61 fr.--The different forms of business. 48 fr.--Going into business. 59 fr.--What is the stock market? 49 fr.--How does the stock market work? 52 fr.--What it means to you. 43 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13947, 13868, 13845, 13889, 13861, 13894.

FINDING OBJECTS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–D)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13730.

FINDING TRUE FREEDOM. Christian Science Board of Directors. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Christian Science Board of Directors; 21Jan72; MU8390.

THE FINE LINE. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

FIRE & CASUALTY INSURANCE RATING, COURSE 1. See

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING.

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X228–A--X228–F: Procedures at the scene of an accident. 52 fr.--Bleeding, wounds and special emergencies. 45 fr.--Artificial respiration. 65 fr.--Poisoning, burns and injuries to bones. 64 fr.--Bandaging. 67 fr.--Transportation of an injured person. 67 fr.

Credits: General editors, Frederick Moore & Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13844, 13898, 13896, 13893, 13838, 13892.

FIRST AND LAST SUPPER. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

THE FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE. Coronet Instructional Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Sep71; MP22141.

FIRST HYDROGEN BOMB EXPLOSION. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 320) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22833.

FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PSORIASIS. Schering Corp. 36 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Lawren production. © Schering Corp.; 5Dec71; MP22493.

FIRST: NO HARM TO THE PATIENT. See

THE BOLD ONES.

FIRST THINGS: THAT’S NO FAIR! (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 51 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 59 p.

Credits: Writer, Thomas Glynn; artist, Roy Schlemme; editor, Jere Kupecky.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Thomas Glynn & Robert Selman (discussion guide)

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 11May72; A335923.

FIRST THINGS: THE TROUBLE WITH TRUTH (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 59 fr.; pt. 2, 43 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 54 p.

Credits: Writer, Thomas Glynn; editor, Jere Kupecky; photographer, Ron Tunison.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Thomas Glynn & Robert Selman (discussion guide)

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 11May72; A335925.

FIRST THINGS: YOU PROMISED! (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 52 fr.; pt. 2, 57 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 59 p.

Credits: Writer, Thomas Glynn; photographers, William Hubbell, Jeffrey Foxx; editor, Jere Kupecky.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Thomas Glynn & Robert Selman. (discussion guide)

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 11May72; A337109.

FISH. See

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

FIVE DECADES OF CHANGE. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

FLAME IN THE WIND. Unusual Films. 122 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Katherine Stenholm; writer & editor, Tim Rogers; music, Dwight Gustafson; cinematographer, Wade Ramsey.

Cast: David Hewson, Bob Jones, Bob Jones III, Richard Rupp, Edward Panosian.

© Bob Jones University; 28May71; LP40401.

FLAMING FRONTIER. Rialto Film Preben Philipsen & Jadran Film. Released by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Ultrascope. Based on a novel by Karl May.

Credits: Producer, Horst Wendlandt; director, Alfred Vohrer; screenplay, Fred Denger; music composer, Martin Boettcher; director of photography, Karl Loeb; editor, Hermann Haller.

Cast: Stewart Granger, Pierre Brice, Letitia Roman, Larry Pennell, Mario Girotti.

© Rialto Film Preben Philipsen; 1Feb68 (in notice: 1965); LP40877.

FLASHBACK: MIKE MEETS ARCHIE. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

FLIGHT FROM MEMORY. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

FLOATS. ACI Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (At your fingertips)

Credits: By Peter & Mary Anna Winkler.

© ACI Films, Inc.; 22Dec69 (in notice: 1970); MP22563.

FLOSSING (Filmstrip) Management Forms. Color, Super 8 mm. (PBP Patient education films, item no. LB–18) Loop film. With tape. © Management Forms, Inc.; 27Dec71; JP14129.

FLUTE, BOOK AND CANDLE. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

FLY ME TO THE MOON. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 62.

FOCUS ON THE MIDDLE EAST. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 3.

FOCUS ON THE UNITED NATIONS. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 2.

FOG. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 24Sep71; MP22216.

FOLLOW THE LEADER. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

FOOD--FROM FARM TO YOU. Indiana Farm Bureau. Made by On Scene Cine Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc.; 18Apr72; MP22589.

[THE FOOL] Nunzio Pizzulli. 5 min., si., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. ti.: None. © Nunzio Pizzulli; 13Mar72; MU8411.

FOOTNOTES, BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND EXHIBITS. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

FOR A YOUNG LADY. See

BONANZA.

FOR GOD’S SAKE. Franciscan Communications Center. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Jan71; MP22515.

THE FOREST FLOOR ENVIRONMENT. No. 650. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, Bruce J. Russell.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22667.

THE FORGIVEN DISCIPLE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 37 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Art, Don L. Kueker & Associates; script, Jane Graver.

© Concordia Pub. House; 25Jan72; JP14099.

FORM AND HARMONY IN MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

FORM CLASS WORDS (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Peshak Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: What they are. 52 fr.--Nouns. 46 fr.--Verbs. 45 fr.--Adjectives. 40 fr.--Adverbs. 51 fr.--Recognizing them. 46 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Shadie Simon.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Jul71; JP13629.

A FORTNIGHT AT NINE FATHOMS. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 5.

FOSSILS: FROM SITE TO MUSEUM. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 3May71; MP22159.

FOUR-IN-ONE. See

MCCLOUD.

NIGHT GALLERY.

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

FOURTH OF JULY. See

HOLIDAYS.

FRACTIONS: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4. Review Educational Films. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Third level series) Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22296.

FRACTURED TURTLE. See

TALES FOR YOUNG IMAGINATIONS.

FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY IN THE WORLD OF WORK. McGraw-Hill Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in collaboration with Vision Associates. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 1Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP22441.

FRANK GALLO. ETS Program Service. Made by WILL-TV. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with University of Illinois Motion Picture Production Center.

Credits: Filmmaker, Ward Johnson.

© ETS Program Service; 18Jun71; MP22654.

[FRANKLIN LIFE PRESIDENTS PLAN] (Filmstrip) Robert E. Averill. 66 fr., color, 16 mm. © Robert E. Averill; 17Nov71 (in notice: 1972); JP13968.

FREDERICK DOUGLASS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22398.

FREE TIME IS NOT SO FREE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 53 fr. color, 35 mm. (Leisure time, X–216–C)

Credits: Senior photographer, Vincent A. Greco.

© Educational Direction. Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13724.

FREEDOM IN FLIGHT. Moody Institute of Science Educational Film Division. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 17Feb72; MP22469.

FREEZE BRANDING. A.S.5. Pace Productions. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Apr71; MP22683.

THE FRENCH CONNECTION. D’Antoni Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 104 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the book by Robin Moore. Produced in association with Schine-Moore Productions.

Credits: Producer, Philip D’Antoni; director, William Friedkin; screenplay, Ernest Tidyman; music, Don Ellis; director of photography, Owen Roizman; film editor, Jerry Greenberg.

Cast: Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey, Roy Scheider, Tony Lo Bianco, Marcel Bozzuffi.

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Oct71; LP40443.

A FRESH BREEZE DOWNEAST. Pt. 1–2. Maine Public Broadcasting Network. 2 motion pictures (30 min. each), sd., b&w. Videotape. Produced in association with the Bar Harbor Festival.

Cast: Gordon Bok, Marshall Dodge.

© Maine Public Broadcasting Network; 11May72; MU8447–8448.

FRIENDS. Behrens Co. Approx. 3 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Behrens Co., Inc.

Episode no.

12. Whiteriver, Arizona. © 15Sep70; LP40323.

14. San Diego, California. © 15Sep70; LP40324.

16. Los Angeles, California. © 15Sep70; LP40843.

18. Honolulu, Hawaii. © 15Sep70; LP40844.

23. Houghton, Michigan. © 15Sep70; LP40405.

24. Chicago, Illinois, no. 1. © 15Sep70; LP40845.

25. Chicago, Illinois, no. 2. © 15Sep70; LP40406.

26. Lexington, Kentucky. © 15Sep70; LP40407.

27. Elkins, West Virginia, © 15Sep70; LP40408.

28. Bacova, Virginia. © 15Sep70; LP40409.

29. Centreville, Maryland. © 15Sep70; LP40846.

30. Cape May, New Jersey. © 15Sep70; LP40847.

31. Nashville, Tennessee. © 15Sep70; LP40410.

32. Louisville, Kentucky. © 15Sep70; LP40411.

33. Indianapolis, Indiana. © 15Sep70; LP40412.

34. Crawfordsville, Indiana. © 15Sep70; LP40413.

35. Nauvoo, Illinois. © 15Sep70; LP40848.

36. St. Louis, Missouri. © 15Sep70; LP40414.

37. Davenport, Iowa. © 15Sep70; LP40849.

38. Amana, Iowa. © 15Sep70; LP40850.

39. Austin, Minnesota. © 15Sep70; LP40851.

41. Milbank, South Dakota. © 15Sep70; LP40852.

43. Butte, Montana. © 15Sep70; LP40853.

44. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. © 15Sep70; LP40854.

45. Orondo, Washington. © 15Sep70; LP40855.

46. Sitka, Alaska, © 15Sep70; LP40856.

48. Seattle, Washington. © 15Sep70; LP40857.

49. Portland, Oregon. © 15Sep70; LP40858.

50. Medford, Oregon. © 15Sep70; LF40859.

51. Sacramento, California, © 15Sep70; LP40860.

52. San Francisco, California. © 15Sep70; LP40861.

53. Casper, Wyoming. © 15Sep70; LP40862.

FROG. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

FROGS AND TOADS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

FROM HRUSKA, WITH LOVE. See

IRONSIDE.

FROM JAZZ TO ROCK (Filmstrip) Keyboard Publications. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Pathways to music)

Contents: Pt. 1–2: The birth of jazz. 60 fr.--The golden age of jazz. 72 fr.

Credits: Producer & writer, Nick Rossi.

© Keyboard Publications (in notice: a Keyboard Publication); 12Dec70; JP14144.

FROM YELLOWSTONE TO TOMORROW. Lee Mendelson Film Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Sheldon Fay Productions.

Credits: Producers, Lee Mendelson & Sheldon Fay, Jr.; director, Sheldon Fay, Jr.; writer, Lee Mendelson; music scoring, Ed Bogas & Sheldon Fay, Jr.; photographers, Chuch Barbee & Dezsoe Nagy; editor, Dezsoe Nagy.

Cast; George C. Scott, The 5th Dimension, Jonathan Winters, Becky Reardon.

© Lee Mendelson Film Productions, Inc.; 11Apr72; LP40810.

FRONTIERS AFLAME. See

THE REVOLUTION.

FROSTING. Pt. 1. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 769) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22722.

FROSTING. Pt. 2, Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 770) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22723.

FUEL PRESSURE FIRES. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8435.

THE FULL-WAVE RECTIFIER. Pt. 1 (Using vacuum tube) ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22180.

THE FULL-WAVE RECTIFIER. Pt. 2 (Using semiconductor) ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71: MP22178.

FULL-WAVE VACUUM TUBE RECTIFIER; FILTER. See

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY.

FUN OR FEARFUL. See

BEING SAFE.

FUNDAMENTALS. See

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: FUNDAMENTALS.

FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) Advance Schools. 45 fr., color, 35 mm. (Electrical service and appliance repair) With record & script (15 l.) © Advance Schools, Inc.; 1Dec71; A309113.

FUSION. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE FUTURE OF THE FAMILY (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, by L. A. Morrow, 42 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: The family and society. 71 fr.--New directions. 67 fr.

Credits: Writer, Richard Worth; editor, James Relyer; photographer, Jerry Spearman.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Richard Worth & L. A. Morrow.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 25May72; A341702.

FUZZ. Filmways. Released by United Artists Corp. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Filmways-Javelin picture. Based on the novel by Ed McBain.

Credits: Producer, Jack Farren; director, Richard A. Colla; writer, Evan Hunter; music, Dave Crusin; director of photography, Jacques Marquette; editor, Robert Kimble.

Cast: Burt Reynolds, Jack Weston, Tom Skerritt, Raquel Welch, Yul Brynner.

© United Artists Corp.; 24May72; LP40903.

G

G.I. JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 5.

GAGE BLOCKS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

GAINING NEW CUSTOMERS. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

THE GALAPAGOS: DARWIN’S WORLD WITHIN ITSELF. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Biology program) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Nov71; MP22211.

GAMES FOR RAINY DAYS. See

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION]

GAMES FOR RECESS. See

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION]

GANDHI. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 373) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22427.

GARDENERS. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

GELLERMAN EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATION FILM SERIES. See

ASSESSING MANAGEMENT POTENTIAL.

CONFRONTING CONFLICT.

MAKING HUMAN RESOURCES PRODUCTIVE.

MANAGEMENT BY PARTICIPATION.

PAY FOR PERFORMANCE.

TEAM BUILDING.

GENERAL: BUSINESS TELEPHONE RECEPTION. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

GENERAL: GOOD PUBLIC RELATIONS. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

GENIE, GENIE, WHO’S GOT THE GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 77–80.

GEOGRAPHY AND DEVELOPMENT IN TROPICAL AFRICA. See

AFRICA SPEAKS.

GEOMETRY, LIKENESSES & DIFFERENCES. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22599.

GEORGE WASHINGTON TOLD A LIE. See

THE BOLD ONES.

GEORGIA, GEORGIA. Kelly-Jordan Enterprises. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jack Jordan; director, Stig Bjorknan; screenplay & songs, Maya Angelou; background music, Sven Olaf Waldorf; cinematographer, Andreas Bellis; film editor, Sten-Goran Camitz.

Cast: Diana Sands, Mini Gentry, Dirk Benedict, Roger Furman, Terry Whitmore.

© Jorkel, Inc.; 10Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP40863.

GERANIUMS--PROPAGATING FROM CUTTINGS See

THE HOME GARDENER: GERANIUMS--PROPAGATING FROM CUTTINGS.

GERMAN U-BOMBS (V–1 AND V–2) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 375) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71: MP22428.

GET ME TO MECCA ON TIME. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 16.

GETTING IT THERE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–F)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13704.

GETTING THE MESSAGE. See

MESSAGE FROM GOD.

GETTYSBURG. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

GHOST STORY. Screen Gems. 60 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, William Castle.

Cast: Sebastian Cabot.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 17Mar72; LP40751.

GIANT RAZOR. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GIANTS NEVER KNEEL. See

THE BOLD ONES.

GIDEON THE GOOD. See

BONANZA.

GIDGET GETS MARRIED. Screen Gems. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Based on characters created by Frederick Kolmer.

Credits: Producer-director, E. W. Swackhamer; writer, John McGreevey; music, Mike Post & Pete Carpenter; director of photography, Joseph Biroc; film editor, Hugh Chaloupka.

Cast: Monie Ellis, Michael Burns, Don Ameche, Joan Bennett, Corinne Camacho.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries. Inc.; 5Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40362.

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Gillette Co. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., b&w. © Gillette Co.

Construction. GSRD–1056. © 30May72; MU8458.

Construction. GSRD–1154. © 30May72; MU8459.

Fusion. GSRD–1173. © 30May72; MU8461.

Giant razor. Hysteresis version. GSRD–1563. © 30May72; MU8455.

Giant razor. Two-bladed version. GSRD–1483. © 30May72; MU8456.

Silhouette. GSRD–1163. © 30May72; MU8460.

Two good reasons. GSRD–1453. © 30May72; MU8457.

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Gillette Co. 1 reel each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Gillette Co.

Boog Powell promises. 0053. NM: revision & addition. © 7Sep70; MP22521.

Colts bounce. 1303. NM: revision & addition. © 11Sep71; MP22532.

Dawson/Kapp promise. 0063. NM: revision & addition. © 13Sep70; MP22525.

Dawson/Kapp swears. 0103. NM: revision & addition. © 11Oct70; MP22526.

Don Carter drops. 0183. NM: revision & addition. © 30Jan71; MP22530.

Don Carter promises. 0213. NM: revision & addition. © 20Feb71; MP22529.

Hank Aaron swears. 0023. NM: revision & addition. © 22Aug70; MP22520.

John Brodie promises. 0143. NM: revision & addition. © 20Sep70; MP22522.

Johnny Bench alternate. 0203. NM: revision & addition. © 20Sep70; MP22523.

Johnny Bench promises. 0083. NM: revision & addition. © 11Oct70; MP22524.

Johnny Bench promises. 1023. Rev. © 8Apr71; MP22536.

Oscar Robertson promises. 0153. NM: revision & addition. © 31Jan71; MP22531.

Perry Brothers promise. 1063. NM: revision & addition. © 10Apr71; MP22537.

Phil Esposito promises. 0123. NM: revision & addition. © 8Nov70; MP22519.

Rico Carty offer. 1053. NM: revision & addition. © 22May71; MP22533.

Rico rides again. 1043. NM: revision & addition. © 10Apr71; MP22535.

Tom Seaver. 1013. Rev. © 17Apr71; MP22528.

Tom Seaver swears. 70–0639–30. NM: revision & addition. © 14Jul70; MP22527.

Van Arsdale twins promise. 0173. NM: revision & addition. © 1Feb71; MP22534.

GIRL FROM RAINBOW BEACH. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

THE GIRL WHO NEVER HAD A BIRTHDAY, PT. 1. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 40.

THE GIRL WHO NEVER HAD A BIRTHDAY, PT. 2. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 41.

GIVING A BED BATH, PT. 1. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 6.

GLAUCOMA, A SILENT THREAT TO SIGHT. Wills Eye Hospital. Distributed by National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jonathan D. Trobe.

© City of Philadelphia, Trustee u/w James Wills, dec’d., acting by the Board of Directors of City Trusts as Trustees of Wills Eye Hospital; 17Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22706.

GLOBE. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

GLORIA DISCOVERS WOMEN’S LIB. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

GLORIA POSES IN THE NUDE. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

GLORIA’S PREGNANCY. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

GLORY BOY. Philip Waxman/Jerome Minskoff Productions. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon the novel The old man’s place, by John Sanford.

Cast: Michael Moriarty, Arthur Kennedy, Mitchell Ryan, William Devane, Topo Swope.

© Philip Waxman/Jerome Minskoff Productions, Inc. & Cinerama, Inc.; 29Jun71; LP40373.

THE GLORY OF GOD IN PEOPLE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 2 filmstrips on 1 roll, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: The glory of God in space exploration. 11 fr.--The glory of God in inventors. 12 fr.

Appl. author: Don Wangerin.

NM: artwork.

© Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13752.

GLORY SHOUTER. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

“GO AND TEACH.” Donald J. Cole & Alan F. Travers. 42 min., si., b&w, 8 mm. © Donald J. Cole & Alan F. Travers; 13Apr72; LU3628.

GO MY SON. Motion Picture Dept., Brigham Young University. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brigham Young University; 19Jan72; LP40444.

GOD AND I (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 10 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. authors: Al Johns, Frederic C. Houle, Bill O’Malley & others. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13675.

GOD GAVE ME A FAMILY (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 20 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Al Stine. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71: JP13571.

GOD IN SPACE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 9 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. states copyright not claimed on material from U.S. Government sources. NM: compilation. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13952.

GOD SPEAKS AGAIN (Filmstrip) National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. 71 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Baha’i Pub. Committee. © National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States; 8Nov71; JP13666.

THE GODFATHER. Alfran Productions. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 175 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on Mario Puzo’s novel.

Credits: Producer, Albert S. Ruddy; director, Francis Ford Coppola; screenplay, Mario Puzo & Francis Ford Coppola; music composer, Nino Rota; music conductor, Carlo Savina; director of photography, Gordon Willis; editors, William Reynolds & Peter Zinner.

Cast: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Richard Castellano, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton.

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 23Feb72; LP40553.

GOD’S CHILDREN AROUND THE WORLD (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 12 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Iwao Yamanaka. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13674.

GOD’S DEAR CHILD (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 21 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Deryl Whisker. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13575.

GOD’S RULES FOR ME. Daughters of St. Paul. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Daughters of St. Paul; 30Jun71; LP40368.

GOETTERDAEMMERUNG. See

THE DAMNED (GOETTERDAEMMERUNG)

GOING HOME. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Herbert B. Leonard; writer, Lawrence B. Marcus; director of photography, Fred Jackman; film editor, Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.

Cast: Robert Mitchum, Brenda Vaccaro, Jason Bernard, Jan-Michael Vincent, Sally Kirkland.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 24Nov71; LP40417.

GOING INTO BUSINESS. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

GOLD-PLATED RIFLE. See

BONANZA.

GOLD WATCH. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GOLDEN AGE OF JAZZ. See

FROM JAZZ TO ROCK.

GOLDEN KEY. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

GONE ARE THE DAYS. Hammer Film Corp. 97 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Based on Ossie Davis’s play, Purlie Victorious.

Credits: Producer-director, Nicholas Webster; Screenplay, Ossie Davis; music, Henry Cowen; photographer, Boris Kaufman; film editor, Ralph Rosenblum.

Cast: Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Sorrell Booke, Godfrey Cambridge, Hilda Haynes.

© Hammer Film Corp.; 9Aug63; LP40397.

THE GOOD EMPLOYER. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

GOOD ENOUGH, GOOD ENOUGH. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

THE GOOD LIFE. Screen Gems. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Humble/Lorimar production. Based on the novel by Douglass Wallop. © Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures.

Albert gets rich. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Joseph Goodson; writer, Susan Harris. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 18Dec71; LP40470.

The burglar alarm. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Jay Sandrich; writer, Ron Friedman. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 30Oct71; LP40464.

Butterfield ate. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writers, Lloyd Turner & Gordon Mitchell. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 11Dec71; LP40469.

The chess game. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Susan Harris. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 2Oct71; LP40460.

The Commodore cometh. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Larry Hagman; writer, Ron Friedman. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, A’Leshia Lee. © 23Oct71; LP40463.

Dial M for merger. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Larry Hagman; writers, Lloyd Turner & Gordon Mitchell. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, Gary Dubin. © 8Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40472.

Dutton’s retirement. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Bruce Bilson; writer, Bernie Kahn. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 6Nov71; LP40465.

The gardeners. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writers, Fred Freeman & Lawrence J. Cohen. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, Ben Frank. © 25Dec71; LP40471.

Jane’s double life. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Ron Winston; writer, Albert Lewin. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 25Sep71; LP40459.

Mansion for sale. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writers, Art Baer & Ben Joelson. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 27Nov71; LP40467.

One of our rolls is missing. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Bruce Bilson; writers, William Raynor & Miles Wilder. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 18Sep71; LP40458.

Speedometer strain. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writers, Lloyd Turner & Gordon Mitchell. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 13Nov71; LP40466.

A tremendous sense of loyalty. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Charles Rondeau; writer, Bernie Kahn. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, Al Checco. © 4Dec71; LP40468.

The vacation. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Susan Harris. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman. David Wayne. © 16Oct7l; LP40462.

Wrecked butler. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Ron Winston; writer, William S. Bickley. Cast: Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, Hermione Baddeley, Danny Goldman, David Wayne. © 9Oct71; LP40461.

GOOD MILKING PROCEDURE. A.S.2. Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); MP22680.

GOOD NEWS TO ALL NATIONS. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

THE GOOD SAMARITAN. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

GOVERNMENT AND ONE HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Grain Belt Breweries. Made by Knox Reeves Advertising. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Grain Belt Breweries, Inc.

Brewmaster. XGMR1939. © 28Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22489.

The egg and ahhhh. XGMR1529. © 28Feb72; MP22486.

Lox, stock, and bagel. XGMR1019. © 28Feb72; MP22483.

Mug you can trust. XGMR1219. © 28Feb72; MP22484.

Piano player. XGMR2039. © 28Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22487.

Pitcher rated Geeee. XGMR1719. © 28Feb72; MP22485.

Rain. XGMR1839. © 28Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22488.

The schooner the better. XGMR1629. © 28Feb72; MP22482.

GRANDMOTHER’S HOUSE. See

IRONSIDE.

THE GREAT LAKES: NORTH AMERICA’S INLAND SEAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 5Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22303.

THE GREAT SUPPER. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

GREAT SURPRISE. See

LIFE IN GOD--START SMILING.

GREATER THAN, LESS THAN. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22598.

THE GREATEST CON ARTIST IN THE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 64.

THE GREATEST ENTERTAINER IN THE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 53.

GREATEST INVENTION IN THE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 47.

THE GREATEST LOVER IN THE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 44.

THE GREEDY MAN AND THE STRANGER (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 33 fr., color, 35 mm. (African folk tales, 926–3)

Credits: Illustrator, S. D. Kaicher.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 3Feb71 (in notice: 1970); JP13606.

GREEN ACRES. Filmways TV Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Filmways TV Productions, Inc.

Oh, promise me. Credits: Writers, Jay Sommers & Dick Chevillat. Cast: Eddie Albert, Eva Gabor, Pat Buttram, Tom Lester, Alvy Moore. © 5Mar69; LP40354.

GREEN FOR IRELAND. Columbia Pictures Corp. Made by Anthony Gilkison Associates. 20 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Director & photographer, Arthur Wooster; music, Edwin Astley; editor, Terence Twigg.

© Anthony Gilkison Associates, Ltd. 1Dec70 (in notice: 1967); MP22410.

GREETINGS. See

[EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GREETINGS II. See

[EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GROUND LOOP AT SPANISH WELLS. See

BEARCATS.

GROUND SPILL PETROLEUM FIRES. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8440.

GROUP IA ELEMENTS: CHEMICAL PROPERTIES. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22499.

GROUP IA ELEMENTS: FORMATION BY ELECTROLYSIS. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22501.

GROUP IA ELEMENTS: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. Pt. 1–2. Kalmia Co. 2 motion pictures (3 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22496–22497.

GROUP IA ELEMENTS: THE SOLVATED ELECTRON Na IN NH3. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22502.

GROUP IB ELEMENTS: COPPER. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22500.

GROUP IIA ELEMENTS: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22498.

GROW. See

WHY DO WE.

GROWING THE LEADER. Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply Co. Made by Imagination Unlimited. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (A Leadership training film for Freemasonry) © Macoy Pub. & Masonic Supply Co., Inc.; 2Dec70; MP22129.

GROWING UP. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

GUESS WHAT HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE MOON. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 3.

GUESS WHERE WE WENT TODAY! (Filmstrip) Pathescope Educational Films. Made by Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With teacher’s manual, 49 p.

Contents: Story 1–4: The cow who wanted to see a farm. 38 fr.--Raining sunshine. 45 fr.--The mustard man. 42 fr.--The helicopter that hid. 44 fr.

Credits: Writing & collaboration, Craig Street; painting & art, Cathy Nelson; story consultant, Joan M. Goldberg.

© Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions 10Apr72; A342636.

GUESS WHO’S GOING TO BE A BRIDE, PT. 1. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 116.

GUESS WHO’S GOING TO BE A BRIDE, PT. 2. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 117.

GUINEA COAST. See

THE SCULPTURE OF BLACK AFRICA.

GUITAR MAGIC (Filmstrip) Educational Productions. 32 filmstrips in 1 roll, color, 35 mm. © Educational Productions, Inc.; 28Sep71; JP13950.

GUMSHOE. Memorial Enterprises. Released by Columbia Pictures. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Michael Medwin; director, Stephen Frears; writer, Neville Smith; music, Andrew Lloyd Webber; photographer, Chris Menges; editor, Charles Rees.

Cast: Albert Finney, Billie Whitelaw, Frank Finley, Janice Rule, Carolyn Seymour.

© Memorial Enterprises, Ltd.; 9Dec71; LP40481.

GUN QUEST. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

THE GUNSMITH (Filmstrip) Colonial Williamsburg. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. © Colonial Williamsburg; 4Jun71; JP13661.

GUNSMOKE. Columbia Broadcasting System. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

Time of the jackals. Credits: Producer, John Mantley; writers, Richard Fielder & Paul Savage. Cast: James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis, Buck Taylor. © 6Jan69 (in notice: 1968); LP40361.

H

[H & R BLOCK TV COMMERCIALS] H & R Block. Made by Della Femina, Travisano & Partners. 10 motion pictures (approx. 30 sec. each), sd., color, 16 mm. © H & R Block, Inc.; 3Jan72; MP22568.

H. R. PUFNSTUF. Sid & Marty Krofft Television Productions. Approx. 23 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Sid & Marty Krofft Television Productions, Inc.

The almost election of Mayor Witchie-poo. © 28Nov69; LP40523.

The birthday party. © 26Sep69; LP40514.

Box kite kaper. © 12Sep69; LP40512.

Dinner for two, please Orson. © 24Oct69; LP40518.

Flute, book and candle. © 17Oct69; LP40517.

The golden key. © 19Sep69; LP40513.

The horse with the golden throat. © 3Oct69; LP40515.

Jimmy who? © 5Dec69; LP40524.

The mechanical boy. © 29Aug69: LP40510.

Show biz witch. © 5Sep69; LP40511.

The stand-in. © 10Oct69; LP40516.

A tooth for a tooth. © 7Nov69; LP40520.

The visiting witch. © 21Nov69; LP40522.

Whaddya mean, the horse gets the girl? © 14Nov69; LP40521.

The wheely-bird. © 22Aug69; LP40509.

You can’t have your cake. © 31Oct69: LP40519.

HAIKU. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

HAIR BLEACHING. Pt. 1. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 767) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22720.

HAIR BLEACHING. Pt. 2. Kenalex Corp, Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 768) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22721.

HAIR CUTTING. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 762) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22716.

HAIR STYLING. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 761) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22715.

HAIR TINTING. Pt. 1. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 765) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22718.

HAIR TINTING. Pt. 2. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 766) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22719.

THE HALF-WAVE RECTIFIER. Pt. 1 (Using vacuum tube) ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22181.

THE HALF-WAVE RECTIFIER. Pt. 2 (Using semiconductor) ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22179.

HALF-WAVE RECTIFIER; CAPACITOR FILTER. See

THE COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY.

HALLOWEEN. See

HOLIDAYS.

HALOGRAPHY. See

HOLOGRAPHY.

HAMLET (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 6Oct69; A196156.

HANDLING COMPLAINTS BY PHONE. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

HANDS. Karen Johnson. 2 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Karen Johnson; 16Sep71; MP22126.

HANDS AND ARMS. See

I SEE YOU AND ME.

HANK AARON SWEARS. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

HANNAH. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

HAPPY. San Antonio Independent School District. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sutherland Learning Associates. Appl. authors: Dan & Elaine Weisburd. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; LP40807.

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 31.

HAPPY DREAMS OF HOLLOW MEN. See

IRONSIDE.

THE HAPPY TUESDAY RECYCLING JUG BAND TRUCK. King Screen Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 11Apr72; MP22604.

HARD TO FEEL YOU’RE SOMEBODY: DOPE IN THE CITY (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 85 fr.; pt. 2, 85 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 62 p.

Credits: Writers, Robert & Adele Maucker; editor, Peter J. Ketchum; photographers, Ron Benvenisti & Jerry Spearman.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Robert Maucker (discussion guide) & Adele Maucker.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 18Apr72; A335920.

HARLEM IN THE TWENTIES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 1970. NM: additions & revisions. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Jan72 (in notice: 1971), MP22341.

HARMONY. See

THE KALIMBA: HARMONY.

HARTLEY OSCILLATOR--PNP AND NPN. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22110.

HAUSER’S MEMORY. Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Helmut Kautner, Leslie Nielsen, David McCallum, Susan Strasberg, Robert Webber.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 21Nov70; LP40569.

HAVE HOMES. See

WHY DO WE.

HAVE RULES. See

WHY DO WE.

HAVE YOU EVER HAD A GENIE HATE YOU. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 85.

HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE ABOUT THE USED CAR SALESMAN. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 92.

HAVE YOU TRIED? (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 41 fr., color, 35 mm. (Leisure time, X–216–E)

Credits: Senior photographer, Vincent A. Greco.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13709.

HAVEN’T I SEEN ME SOMEPLACE BEFORE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 87.

HAVEN’T WE MET SOMEWHERE. Christian Science Board of Directors. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Directors, Ron & Gary Krisel; music composed & played by Larry Groce.

Appl. author: Christian Science Board of Directors, employer for hire.

© Christian Science Board of Directors; 11Feb72; MU8401.

THE HAVES AND HAVE NOTS. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

HAWAII FIVE-O. Leonard Freeman Productions. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

Just lucky, I guess. Credits: Teleplay, Jerome Coopersmith & Mel Goldbert; story, Jerome Coopersmith. © 8Oct69; LP40355.

Three dead cows at Makapu, pt. 1–2. Credits: Story, Leonard Freeman; writer, Anthony Lawrence. © 18Feb70, LP40371; 25Feb70, LP40372.

HAWAII: THE POSSIBLE DREAM. Cate & McGlone Films. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Cate & McGlone Films; 14Jan72; MP22495.

HEAD INJURY. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

HEALTH: EYE-CARE FANTASY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 3Mar72; MP22857.

HEALTH: GERMS AND THE SPACE VISITORS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 27Oct71; MP22217.

HEALTH INSURANCE (Filmstrip) Public Education Publications. 45 fr., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Richard L. Kuxhaus. © Richard L. Kuxhaus d.b.a. Public Education Publications: 20Sep71; JP14062.

HEALTH: THE DIRT-WITCH CLEANS UP. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Nov71; MP22213.

HEALTH: TOOTHACHE OF THE CLOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 24Jan72; MP22466.

THE HEART OF AMERICA. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 6.

HEAT AND TEMPERATURE RELATIONSHIPS. See

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER.

THE HEAVENS DECLARE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 11 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. states copyright not claimed on material from U.S. Government sources. NM: compilation. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13953.

HEIR. See

JENNIFER ON MY MIND.

HELICOPTER THAT HID. See

GUESS WHERE WE WENT TODAY.

HELL ON EARTH. See

NO MAN’S LAND (HELL ON EARTH)

HELLO, I NEED TO TELL YOU SOMETHING. American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Made by Cinegraphique. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Lew Sayre Schwartz. © A.T. & T. a.a.d.o. American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; 29Dec71; LP40868.

HELP, HELP, A SHARK. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 134.

HELP THE FIRST-TIME BUYERS TO BUY (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp., Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 58 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 25May72; JP14140.

HELP! THIS IS AN EMERGENCY. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

HELPFUL OR HARMFUL. See

BEING SAFE.

HEMATOPHATOLOGY, A MORPHOLOGIC STUDY (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 4 filmstrips (pt. 1–4, 51 fr. each), color, 35 mm. With manual, 108 p.

Credits: By Bong Hak Hyun & John K. Ashton.

© W. B. Saunders Co.: 13Mar72: A327470.

HEMIPLEGIA. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

HERE COMES BOOTSIE NIGHTINGALE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 71.

THE HERMAPHRODITIC MATINGS OF SNAILS AND SLUGS. No. 651. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, Bruce J. Russell.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22665.

THE HICKORY, DICKORY DOCK RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE HIDE AND GO SEEK RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

HIDE AND SEEK FOG (Filmstrip) Weston Woods Studios. 31 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Based on the book of the same title by Alvin Tresselt & illustrated by Roger Duvoisin. NM: selection & compilation. © on filmstrip; Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 1Nov71; A299317.

HIGH ALTITUDE LAKES. McGraw-Hill Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 14Apr72 (in notice: 1968); MP22634.

THE HIGH COST OF NIGHTMARES. See

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

HIM, HER AND THEM. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

HINDU VILLAGE BOY. Atlantis Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Rev. ed. of Mooti, child of new India. © Atlantis a.a.d.o. Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 15Jan70; MP22491.

HINDUISM. See

JUDAISM, ISLAM, HINDUISM, BUDDHISM.

HIROSHIMA, THE REBUILDING OF JAPAN’S CITIES. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT. See

SEEING FRANCE.

HISTORY AND PEOPLE. See

SEEING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

HISTORY AND TREASURE, FOG AND FIRE. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 8.

HISTORY OF ROCKETRY (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 88 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13608.

HOLDING THEM SPELLBOUND. Centron Educational Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 4May72; MP22652.

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

Contents: L106–7–-L106–12. Lollipop Dragon helps Santa. 55 fr.--Thanksgiving in tumtum. 63 fr.--The big Easter egg hunt. 60 fr.--Lollipop Dragon’s first Halloween. 44 fr.--Lollipop Dragon’s Valentine party. 50 fr.--Mother’s Day surprise. 48 fr.

Appl. authors: Roger J. Himmel & Luther J. Peters.

© Lollipop Dragon Productions, Inc.; 4Aug71; JP14088–14089, 14093–14092, 14090–14091.

HOLIDAY IN GREECE (Mother goes Greek) Cheverny 1971 Film Fund. 5 reels, sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Ernest Reid. © Cheverny 1971 Film Fund; 8Mar72; LU3624.

[HOLIDAYS] (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 records.

Contents: Filmstrip no. 225–A-–225–H: The spirit of Christmas. 61 fr.--Halloween. 64 fr.-Fourth of July. 81 fr.--Washington’s birthday. 67 fr.--Memorial Day. 100 fr.--Valentine’s Day. 88 fr.--Columbus Day. 103 fr.--Thanksgiving. 77 fr.

Credits: Narration & music, Barbara Kruger Peterson; photography & sound, Glen Peterson.

© Glenarby Productions; 1Sep71; JP13750.

HOLOGRAPHY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Bell Telephone Laboratories. Appl. ti.: Halography. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22286.

THE HOME (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 63 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–D)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.: 1Sep71; JP13705.

HOME ECONOMICS BULLETIN BOARDS (Filmstrip) LaNece P. Lomonte. 2 filmstrips (25 fr. each), color, 35 mm. © LaNece P. Lomonte; 26Jan72; JP13800–13799.

THE HOME GARDENER: CARE OF HOUSE PLANTS. Pt. A. Videorecord Corp. of America. 8 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Patricia Latimer.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22554.

THE HOME GARDENER: CARE OF HOUSE PLANTS. Pt. B. Videorecord Corp. of America. 9 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Patricia Latimer.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22555.

THE HOME GARDENER: GERANIUMS--PROPAGATING FROM CUTTINGS. Videorecord Corp. of America. 10 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Patricia Latimer.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22551.

THE HOME GARDENER: REPOTTING PLANTS. Videorecord Corp. of America. 10 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Patricia Latimer.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22552.

HONEST JOHN. See

BONANZA.

THE HONKERS. United Artists Corp. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, Arthur Gardner & Jules Levy; director, Steve Ihnat; writers, Steve Ihnat & Stephen Lodge; music, Jimmie Haskell; director of photography, James Crabe; film editor, Tom Rolf.

Cast: James Coburn, Lois Nettleton, Slim Pickens, Anne Archer, Richard Anderson.

© United Artists Corp.; 25Feb72 (in notice: 1971); LP40549.

HONOLULU, HAWAII. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 18.

HOPPY BIRTHDAY. Karl Baptiste Lohmann, Jr. 3 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Karl Baptiste Lohmann, Jr.; 5Nov71; LP40508.

HORSE STEALING ON FIFTH AVENUE. See

MCCLOUD.

HORSE WITH THE GOLDEN THROAT. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

HORSEHAIR TRUNK. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

HOSEA, PROPHET OF LOVE. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

THE HOSPITAL. Simcha Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 103 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Producer, Howard Gottfried; director, Arthur Hiller; writer, Paddy Chayefsky; director of photography, Victor Kemper; film editor, Eric Albertson.

Cast: George C. Scott, Dianna Rigg, Barnard Hughes, Nancy Marchand, Stephen Elliott.

© Simcha Productions, Inc.; 14Dec71; LP40744.

HOSTAGE. See

MEN AT LAW.

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

HOSTAGES. See

BEARCATS.

THE HOT CANARY. Ray Pointer. 2 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Ray Pointer; 5May72; LP40842.

HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 23.

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN READING PROGRAM, 1. See

THE OVERVIEW.

THE HOUSE. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

HOUSE OF ALQUIST. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

THE HOUSE THAT WASN’T THERE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Canada. Made by Moreland-Latchford Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Moreland-Latchford Productions, Ltd.; 4Jan72; MP22399.

HOUSEKEEPER. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

HOW BEAVER STOLE FIRE. Communico. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Communico, Inc.; 1Feb72; MP22336.

HOW DO YOU BEAT SUPERMAN. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 42.

HOW DOES THE STOCK MARKET WORK. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

HOW HOT IS A DRAGON? King Screen Productions. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Kingdom of Kite) © King Broadcasting Co.; 2Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP22445.

HOW LUCKY CAN YOU GET. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 22.

HOW NATIONS WORK TOGETHER. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Jul71; MP22145.

HOW NOT TO GET LOST (AND WHAT TO DO IF YOU DO) (Filmstrip) Boy Scouts of America. 20 fr., color, 35 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 30Nov71; JP13668.

HOW THEY MAKE WORK EASIER. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

HOW TO BE A GENIE IN 10 EASY LESSONS. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 38.

HOW TO DRAW--A PRIMER. See

ART: HOW TO DRAW--A PRIMER.

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR INCOME. See

THE AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES (FILMSTRIP)

HOW TO MARRY AN ASTRONAUT. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 97.

HOW TO PLAN FILMSTRIP-TAPE MULTIMEDIA LESSONS (Filmstrip) Mt. San Jacinto College. 50 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Planner & writer, Milo P. Johnson.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Nov71 (in notice: 1969); JP13581.

HOW TO READ A -- (Filmstrip) Educational direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X–218–A--X–218–F: How to read a difficult book. 53 fr.--How to read a history text. 60 fr.--How to read a science text. 64 fr.--How to read a newspaper and a magazine. 62 fr.--How to read a novel. 58 fr.--How to read a reference book and directions. 48 fr.

Credits: General ed., Donald J. Reiss.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13734, 13722, 13715, 13717, 13708, 13714.

HOW TO SHOP. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X234–A--X234–F: A report that reports. 48 fr.--Writing a paper. 47 fr.--Writing a book report. 37 fr.--Sources and resources. 55 fr.--Footnotes, bibliographies and exhibits. 54 fr.--Writing, presenting information and data. 41 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13836, 13888, 13832, 13814, 13818, 13877.

HOW WE STUDY [OCEANOGRAPHY] See

OCEANOGRAPHY.

HOWARD JONES. ETS Program Service. Made by KETC. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Artists in America) © ETS Program Service; 18Jun71; MP22324.

HUDSON RIVER, CAUSES & RESULTS OF POLLUTION. See

POLLUTION.

HUDSON RIVER, HISTORY AND ECOLOGY. See

POLLUTION.

HUMANITIES SERIES. See

MUSIC TO LIVE BY.

OPERA: MAN, MUSIC AND DRAMA.

THE PERFORMING ARTS.

THE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE.

SCULPTURE: THE FORMS OF LIFE.

HUMANITY AND THE NEED FOR CHANGE. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

HUMOR. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

HUMOR IN MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

HUMOROUS VERSE. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

HUNGARIAN REVOLT (1956) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 386) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22264.

HURRICANE JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 137.

HYLAND CONFESSION. See

THE BOLD ONES.

HYPERTENSION. Merck, Sharp & Dohme. Made by Medcom. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Medcom, Inc.; 1Nov71 (in notice: 1970); MP22490.

I

I AM. Wombat Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wombat Productions, Inc.; 7Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22224.

I AM RISEN AND WITH YOU. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

I AM ROUND. Abracadabra Enterprises Corp. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Abracadabra Enterprises Corp.; 23Jun71; MP22826.

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. Sidney Sheldon Productions. Released by Screen Gems. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Sidney Sheldon Productions, Inc.

1. The lady in the bottle. Pilot. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Karen Sharpe, Hayden Rorke, Philip Ober. © 18Sep65; LP40687.

2. My hero? Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director: Gene Nelson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Richard Kiel, Henry Corden. © 25Sep65; LP40688.

3. Guess what happened on the way to the moon? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Alan Rafkin, writers, Tom Waldman & Frank Waldman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 2Oct65; LP40689.

4. Jeannie and the marriage caper. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Alan Rafkin; writers, Tom Waldman & Frank Waldman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Karen Sharpe. © 9Oct65; LP40690.

5. G.I. Jeannie. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Alan Rafkin; writer, William Davenport. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Edmond Ryan, Jane Dulo. © 16Oct65; LP40691.

6. The yacht murder case. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writers, David Braverman & Bob Marcus. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Lindsay Workman. © 23Oct65; LP40692.

7. Anybody here seen Jeannie? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writer, Arnold Horwitt. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Dabney Coleman. © 30Oct65; LP40693.

8. The Americanization of Jeannie. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writer, Arnold Horwitt. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 6Nov65; LP40694.

9. The moving finger. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writers, Harry Essex & Jerry Seelen. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Nancy Kovack, David McLean. © 13Nov65; LP40695.

10. Djinn & water. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writer, Mary C. McCall, Jr. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, J. Carrol Naish. © 20Nov65; LP40696.

11. Whatever became of baby Custer? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Gene Nelson; writers, Austin & Irma Kalish. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Herbert Voland, Grace Albertson. © 27Nov65; LP40697.

12. Where’d you go-go? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, E. W. Swackhamer; writers, Bob Fisher & Arthur Alsberg. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Don Mitchell. © 4Dec65; LP40698.

13. Russian roulette. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, E. W. Swackhamer; writers, Bob Fisher & Arthur Alsberg. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Richard Gilden. © 11Dec65; LP40699.

14. What house across the street? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Theodore J. Flicker; writers, Arthur Alsberg & Bob Fisher. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Lurene Tutle. © 18Dec65; LP40700.

15. Too many Tonys. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, E. W. Swackhamer; writer, Arnold Horwitt. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 25Dec65; LP40701.

16. Get me to Mecca on time. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, E. W. Swackhamer; writers, James Allardice & Tom Adair. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Jamie Farr. © 9Jan66 (in notice: 1965); LP40702.

17. The richest astronaut in the whole wide world. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, E. W. Swackhamer; writer, William Davenport. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 15Jan66 (in notice: 1965); LP40703.

18. Is there an extra Jeannie in the house? Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Charles Tannen. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Bernard Fox. © 22Jan66 (in notice: 1965); LP40704.

19. Never try to outsmart a genie. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Herb Wallerstein; writer, Martin A. Ragaway. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Peter Brocco. © 22Jan66 (in notice: 1965); LP40705.

20. My master the doctor. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 5Feb66 (in notice: 1965); LP40706.

21. Jeannie and the kidnap caper. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 12Feb66 (in notice: 1965); LP40707.

22. How lucky can you get? Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Ted De Corsia. © 19Feb66 (in notice: 1965); LP40708.

23. Watch the birdie. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 26Feb66 (in notice: 1965); LP40709.

24. The permanent house guest. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 5Mar66 (in notice: 1965); LP40710.

25. Bigger than a bread box and better than a genie. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 12Mar66 (in notice: 1965); LP40711.

26. My master, the great Rembrandt. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 19Mar66 (in notice: 1965); LP40712.

27. My master, the thief. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman; story, Sidney Sheldon & Robert Kaufman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 2Apr66 (in notice: 1965); LP40713.

28. This is murder. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon, director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 9Apr66 (in notice: 1965); LP40714.

29. My master, the magician. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 23Apr66 (in notice: 1965); LP40715.

30. I’ll never forget what’s her name. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Barton MacLane. © 7May66 (in notice: 1965); LP40716.

31. Happy Anniversary. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 12Sep66; LP40671.

32. Always on Sunday. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 19Sep66; LP40672.

33. My master, the rich tycoon. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Paul Lynde. © 26Sep66; LP40673.

34. My master, the rainmaker. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 3Oct66; LP40674.

35. My wild-eyed master. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 10Oct66; LP40675.

36. What’s new, poodle dog. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Dick Wilson. © 17Oct66; LP40676.

37. Fastest gun in the East. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Whit Bissell, Eddie Firestone, Fred Krone. © 24Oct66; LP40677.

38. How to be a genie in 10 easy lessons. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 31Oct66; LP40678.

39. Who needs a green-eyed genie? Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Ted DeCorsia. © 7Nov66; LP40679.

40. The girl who never had a birthday, pt. 1. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 14Nov66; LP40680.

41. The girl who never had a birthday, pt. 2. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 21Nov66; LP40681.

42. How do you beat superman? Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 28Nov66; LP40682.

43. My Master, the great Caruso. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 5Dec66; LP40683.

44. The greatest lover in the world. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 12Dec66; LP40684.

45. Jeannie breaks the bank. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 19Dec66; LP40685.

46. My master, the author. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Dick Goode. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 26Dec66; LP40686.

47. The greatest invention in the world. Credits: Producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 9Jan67 (in notice: 1966); LP40644.

48. My master, the spy. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 16Jan67 (in notice: 1966); LP40645.

49. You can’t arrest me, I don’t have a driver’s license. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Herb Vigran. © 23Jan67 (in notice: 1966); LP40646.

50. One of our bottles is missing. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Frank Puglia. © 30Jan67 (in notice: 1966); LP40647.

51. My poor master, the civilian. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 6Feb67 (in notice: 1966); LP40648.

52. There goes the best genie I ever had. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Virginia Ann Ford, Willy Kooperman. © 20Feb67 (in notice: 1966); LP40649.

53. The greatest entertainer in the world. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 27Feb67 (in notice: 1966); LP40650.

54. My incredible shrinking master. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 6Mar67 (in notice: 1966); LP40651.

55. My master, the pirate. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Joseph Perry, Elaine Devry, Digby Wolfe. © 13Mar67 (in notice: 1966); LP40652.

56. A secretary is not a toy. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 20Mar67 (in notice: 1966); LP40653.

57. There goes the bride. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Larry Hagman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Abraham Sofaer, Jack Bailey. © 27Mar67 (in notice: 1966); LP40654.

58. My master, Napoleon’s buddy. Credits: Producer & writer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Danielle Demetz, Booth Colman. © 3Apr67 (in notice: 1966); LP40655.

59. The birds and the bees bit. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Larry Hagman; writer, Allan Devon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Lorette Strome. © 10Apr67 (in notice: 1966); LP40656.

60. My master, the swinging bachelor. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 17Apr67 (in notice: 1966); LP40657.

61. The mod party. Credits: Producer, William Froug; director, William Asher; writer, Ed Jurist. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Dabney Coleman. © 24Apr67; (in notice: 1966); LP40658.

62. Fly me to the moon. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Robert Marcus. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Parley Baer. © 12Sep67 (in notice: 1966); LP40659.

63. Jeannie or the tiger. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 19Sep67 (in notice: 1966); LP40660.

64. The greatest con artist in the world. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Allan Devon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hal Cooper, James Daris, Yankee Chang. © 26Sep67 (in notice: 1966); LP40661.

65. My turned on master. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Dennis Whitcomb. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 3Oct67 (in notice: 1966); LP40662.

66. My master, the weakling. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Ron Friedman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, David Soul. © 10Oct67 (in notice: 1966); LP40818.

67. Jeannie, the hip hippie. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 17Oct67 (in notice: 1966); LP40663.

68. Everybody’s a movie star. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Mark Rowane. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Larry Vincent. © 31Oct67 (in notice: 1966); LP40664.

69. Who are you calling a genie? Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Marty Roth. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Corinne Camacho. © 7Nov67 (in notice: 1966); LP40665.

70. Meet my master’s mother. Credits: Producer, director & writer, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Spring Byington. © 14Nov67 (in notice: 1966); LP40666.

71. Here comes Bootsie Nightingale. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Paul West. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Carol Wayne. © 21Nov67 (in notice: 1966); LP40667.

72. Tony’s wife. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 28Nov67 (in notice: 1966); LP40668.

73. Jeannie & the great bank robbery. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Larry Hagman; writers, Seaman Jacobs, Fred Fox & James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Vince Howard, Allen Davis. © 5Dec67 (in notice: 1966); LP40669.

74. My son, the genie. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Bill Richard. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Sheldon Allman. © 12Dec67 (in notice: 1966); LP40819.

75. Jeannie goes to Honolulu. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Mark Rowane. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Lee Saltonstall. © 26Dec67 (in notice: 1966); LP40670.

76. The battle of Waikiki. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Marty Roth. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Theodore Nobriga. © 2Jan68 (in notice: 1966); LP40624.

77. Genie, genie, who’s got the genie, pt. 1. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Dennis Cooney. © 16Jan68 (in notice: 1966); LP40625.

78. Genie, genie who’s got the genie, pt. 2. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Reta Shaw. © 23Jan68 (in notice: 1966); LP40626.

79. Genie, genie, who’s got the genie, pt. 3. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Al Dennis. © 30Jan68 (in notice: 1966); LP40627.

80. Genie, genie, who’s got the genie, pt. 4. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Benny Rubin. © 6Feb68 (in notice: 1966); LP40628.

81. Please don’t feed the astronauts. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Ron Friedman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Hazel Shermet. © 13Feb68 (in notice: 1966); LP40629.

82. My master, the ghost breaker. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Ronald Long, Leslie Randall. © 20Feb68 (in notice: 1966); LP40630.

83. Divorce, genie style. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Woodrow Parfrey. © 27Feb68 (in notice: 1966); LP40631.

84. My double-crossing master. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Mark Rowane. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke. © 5Mar68 (in notice: 1966); LP40632.

85. Have you ever had a genie hate you? Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Carole Williams, © 12Mar68 (in notice: 1966); LP40814.

86. Operation: First couple on the moon. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Arthur Julian. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Kay Reynolds. © 19Mar68 (in notice: 1966); LP40815.

87. Haven’t I seen me someplace before. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Marty Roth. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 26Mar68 (in notice: 1966); LP40816.

88. U.F. Ohhh! Jeannie. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Marty Roth. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, J. Pat O’Malley. © 16Sep68 (in notice: 1966); LP40633.

89. Jeannie and the wild pipchicks. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Reta Shaw. © 23Sep68 (in notice: 1966); LP40634.

90. Tomorrow is not another day. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; creator, Sidney Sheldon; writer, Bruce Howard. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 7Oct68 (in notice: 1966); LP40635.

91. Abdullah. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Marty Roth. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Jack Riley. © 14Oct68 (in notice: 1966); LP40636.

92. Have you heard the one about the used car salesman? Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke. Bill Daily, Henry Beckman. © 4Nov68 (in notice: 1966); LP40637.

93. Djinn Djinn, go home. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Terri Messina. © 11Nov68 (in notice: 1966); LP40638.

94. The strongest man in the world. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Ray Singer. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Jerry Quarry. © 18Nov68 (in notice: 1966); LP40639.

95. The indispensable Jeannie. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 25Nov68 (in notice: 1966); LP40640.

96. Jeannie and the top secret secret. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Searle Kramer. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Sabrina Scharf. © 2Dec68 (in notice: 1966); LP40641.

97. How to marry an astronaut. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 9Dec68 (in notice: 1966); LP40642.

98. Dr. Bellows goes sane. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Richard Kinon; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 16Dec68 (in notice: 1966); LP40817.

99. Jeannie the guru. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Michael Margotta. © 30Dec68 (in notice: 1966); LP40643.

100. The case of my vanishing master, pt. 1. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Joe La Grasso. © 6Jan69 (in notice: 1966); LP40596.

101. The case of my vanishing master, pt. 2. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Joe La Grasso. © 13Jan69 (in notice: 1966); LP40597.

102. Ride ’em, astronaut. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Mark Miller. © 27Jan69 (in notice: 1966); LP40598.

103. Invisible house for sale. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Harold Gould. © 3Feb69 (in notice: 1966); LP40599.

104. Jeannie, the governor’s wife. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Jack Smith. © 10Feb69 (in notice: 1966); LP40600.

105. Is there a doctor in the house? Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Barton MacLane. © 17Feb69 (in notice: 1966); LP40601.

106. Biggest star in Hollywood. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Judy Carne. © 24Feb69 (in notice: 1966); LP40602.

107. The case of the porcelain puppy. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 3Mar69 (in notice: 1966); LP40603.

108. Jeannie for the defense. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Bruce Howard. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Kay E. Kuter. © 10Mar69 (in notice: 1966); LP40604.

109. Nobody loves a fat astronaut. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, Christopher Golato. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Vinton Hayworth. © 17Mar69 (in notice: 1966); LP40605.

110. Around the moon in 80 blinks. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Richard Mulligan. © 24Mar69 (in notice: 1966); LP40606.

111. Jeannie-go-round. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Emmaline Henry. © 7Apr69 (in notice: 1966); LP40607.

112. Jeannie and the secret weapon. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Leo Garen; writer, Larry Markes. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Ron Masak. © 14Apr69 (in notice: 1966); LP40608.

113. Blackmail order bride. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, George Furth, Barbara Bostock. © 12May69 (in notice: 1966); LP40609.

114. Jeannie at the piano. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Vinton Hayworth, George Spell. © 16Sep69 (in notice: 1966); LP40610.

115. Djinn, Djinn, the pied piper. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Vinton Hayworth. © 23Sep69 (in notice: 1966); LP40611.

116. Guess who’s going to be a bride, pt. 1. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Jackie Coogan. © 30Sep69 (in notice: 1966); LP40612.

117. Guess who’s going to be a bride, pt. 2. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Jackie Coogan. © 7Oct69 (in notice: 1966); LP40613.

118. Jeannie’s beauty cream. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writer, Joanna Lee. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Harold Gould. © 14Oct69 (in notice: 1966); LP40614.

119. Jeannie and the bachelor party. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Hal Cooper; writers, Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 21Oct69 (in notice: 1966); LP40615.

120. The blood of a Jeannie. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writer, John L. Greene. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Ned Glass. © 28Oct69 (in notice: 1966); LP40616.

121. I’ll see you in C-U-B-A. Credits: Director, Hal Cooper; writer, John McGreevy. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 4Nov69 (in notice: 1966); LP40617.

122. Jeannie & the mad home wrecker. Credits: Director, Hal Cooper; writer, Howard Ostroff. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 11Nov69 (in notice: 1966); LP40618.

123. Uncle a-go-go. Credits: Director, Russ Mayberry; writer, Ron Friedman. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Vinton Hayworth. © 25Nov69 (in notice: 1966); LP40619.

124. The wedding. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 2Dec69 (in notice: 1966); LP40620.

125. My sister, the homewrecker. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Michael Ansara, Emmaline Henry. © 9Dec69 (in notice: 1966); LP40621.

126. Jeannie, the matchmaker. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writers, Don Richman & Bill Daily. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry, Vinton Hayworth. © 16Dec69 (in notice: 1966); LP40622.

127. Never put a genie on a budget. Credits: Director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Sidney Sheldon. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Noam Pitlik. © 30Dec69 (in notice: 1966); LP40623.

128. Please don’t give my Jeannie no more wine. Credits: Director, Jon Andersen; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Alan Oppenheimer. © 6Jan70 (in notice: 1966); LP40584.

129. One of our hotels is growing. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, Robert Rodgers. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 13Jan70 (in notice: 1966); LP40585.

130. The solid gold Jeannie. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, Joanna Lee. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 20Jan70 (in notice: 1966); LP40586.

131. Mrs. Djinn Djinn. Credits: Director, Russ Mayberry; writers, Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 3Feb70 (in notice: 1966); LP40587.

132. Jeannie and the curious kid. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writers, Perry Grant & Dick Bensfield. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 10Feb70 (in notice: 1966); LP40588.

133. Jeannie the recording secretary. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 24Feb70 (in notice: 1966); LP40589.

134. Help, help, a shark. Credits: Director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Jim Backus. © 3Mar70 (in notice: 1966); LP40590.

135. Eternally yours, Jeannie. Credits: Director, Joseph Goodson; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Damian Bodie. © 17Mar70 (in notice: 1966); LP40591.

136. An astronaut in sheep’s clothing. Credits: Director, Bruce Kessler; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke, Emmaline Henry. © 24Mar70 (in notice: 1966); LP40592.

137. Hurricane Jeannie. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. © 28Apr70 (in notice: 1966); LP40593.

138. One Jeannie beats four of a kind. Credits: Producer, Claudio Guzman; director, Michael Ansara; writers, Perry Grant & Dick Bensfield. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Herbert Rudley. © 19May70 (in notice: 1966); LP40594.

139. The Chili King. Credits: Producer & director, Claudio Guzman; writer, James Henerson. Cast: Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily, Gabriel Dell. © 26May70 (in notice: 1966); LP40595.

I HATE YOU. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

I LOVE YOU, BILLY BAKER, PT. 1–2. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

IMCO SYSTEM. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

I SEE YOU AND ME (Filmstrip) Scott Education. Made by Jam Handy. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 records & Teacher’s guide, 20 p.

Contents: Faces. 41 fr.--Hands and arms. 38 fr.--The body. 41 fr.--Expressions. 35 fr.

Credits: General editor, Robert W. Halapin.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec70; JP13679–13682.

I WANT WHAT I WANT. Marayan Productions. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Adapted from the novel by Geoff Brown.

Credits: Producer, Raymond Stross; director, John Dexter; screenplay, Gillian Freeman; music composer & conductor, Johnny Harris; director of photography, Gerry Turpin; editor, Peter Thornton.

Cast: Ann Heywood, Harry Andrews, Jill Bennett, Paul Rogers, Michael Coles.

© Cinerama, Inc. & Marayan Productions, S.A. (in notice: Marayan Productions, Ltd. & Cinerama, Inc.); 25Feb72 (in notice: 1971); LP40812.

I’D RATHER BE BALD THAN HAVE NO HEAD AT ALL. See

THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW.

ILL FARES THE LAND. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

I’LL NEVER FORGET WHAT’S HER NAME. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 30.

I’LL SEE YOU IN C-U-B-A. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 121.

I’LL SUE. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

THE ILLEGAL. Colorado Migrant Council, Colorado Rural Legal Services & Salud y Justicia. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Colorado Rural Legal Services, Colorado Migrant Council & Melvin Damski; 3Feb72; MP22731.

IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 89–90.

IMPORTANT INVENTORS (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: R–339–-R–344: The steamboat, Fulton. 42 fr.--The cotton gin, Whitney. 46 fr.--The sewing machine, Singer. 44 fr.--The automobile, Henry Ford. 46 fr.--The printing press, Gutenberg. 43 fr.--Electricity, Edison. 42 fr.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 15Mar72; JP14125.

IMPOSTORS. See

BONANZA.

IMPROVE YOUR KALIMBA PLAYING. Videorecord Corp. of America. 8 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Edward L. Simmons; host & programmer, Paul Tracey.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22549.

IN DEATH’S OTHER KINGDOM. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

IN DREAMS THEY RUN. See

THE BOLD ONES.

IN PROCESS TANK FIRES. Teaching Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8441.

INCAS. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

INCLINED PLANE FAMILY. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

INCONSISTENCIES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 61 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–A)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13720.

INDEPENDENCE WON. See

THE REVOLUTION.

INDIAN BOY IN TODAY’S WORLD. Coronet Instructional Films. Made by New Document Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Sep71; MP22136.

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 33.

THE INDISPENSABLE JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 95.

THE INDIVIDUAL AND EDUCATION. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

INDUSTRIAL FIRE HOSE AND NOZZLES. Teaching Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8434.

INDUSTRIAL FIRE PROTECTION AND CONTROL. See

COORDINATED STRUCTURAL FIRE ATTACK.

FUEL PRESSURE FIRES.

GROUND SPILL PETROLEUM FIRES.

IN PROCESS TANK FIRES.

INDUSTRIAL FIRE HOSE AND NOZZLES.

LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS FIRES.

LOADING TERMINAL FIRES.

OVERHEAD PIPE RACK FIRES.

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

PROCESS UNIT: TOWER, FLANGES AND PUMP PACKING FIRES.

INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE. See

SEEING FRANCE.

SEEING JAPAN.

INFORMATION PROCESSING. CRM Productions. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films)

Credits: Commentators, Donald Norman & David Steinberg.

NM: compilation & additions.

© Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22369.

THE INN OF THE SPARROWS. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

INNER CITY DWELLER: HEALTH CARE. Indiana University Audio-Visual Center. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 15Dec71; MP22347.

INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE. See

WILLIAM BLAKE.

INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

INSTALLING CONDUIT AND CABLE. Marshall Maintenance. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marshall Maintenance; 20Apr72; MP22606.

INSTITUTE OF SIMPLIFIED MATHEMATICS (Filmstrip) Heinz-Guenther Pink. 390 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Multimedia director, Carl Pace Worthy; mathematics & script, Heinz-Guenther Pink.

© Heinz-Guenther Pink; 1Dec71; JP13662.

INSTITUTIONS WE DEAL WITH. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Indiana University, Audio-Visual Center. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Laboratory for Educational Development, School of Education, Indiana University. © Indiana University; 8Dec71; MP22321.

INSULIN AND ORAL HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 55.

INSURANCE IS CANCELLED. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

INTERACTING WITH OLDER PEOPLE, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 84–85.

INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT. See

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT: THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT.

INTRODUCTION, FUEL EVAPORATIVE AND CRANKCASE EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. See

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING.

INTRODUCTION TO ETHIOPIA. See

AFRICA SPEAKS.

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X232–A--X232–F: What is evolution? 43 fr.--Darwin and evolutionary thought. 49 fr.--Natural selection. 51 fr.--Mutation and isolation. 49 fr.--Evolution of man. 55 fr.--Cultural evolution. 43 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13887, 13849, 13903, 13910, 13913, 13837.

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X236–A--X236–F: What is genetics? 51 fr.--Mitosis and meiosis. 42 fr.--Mendelian genetics. 55 fr.--DNA, RNA and mutation. 49 fr.--Sex determination, linkage and influences. 42 fr.--Population genetics. 55 fr.

Credits: General editor, Frank Rice.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13855, 13859, 13932, 13935, 13927, 13823.

INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE. See

THE PRINCIPLES OF MODERN DANCE.

INTRODUCTION TO STARTER 101 PROGRAM. See

STARTER 101 TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM.

INTRODUCTION TO THE BRAIN. Teaching Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The anatomical basis of brain function) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 15May72; MU8451.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEUROSCIENCES (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 63 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 9 p.

Credits: By Brian A. Curtis, Stanley Jacobson & Elliott M. Marcus.

© W. B. Saunders Co.; 10Mar72; A327471.

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROCESS OF INTERACTION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 18.

INTRODUCTION TO “WET” WATERCOLOR. See

ART: INTRODUCTION TO “WET” WATERCOLOR.

THE INTRUDERS. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Distributed by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a story by William Lansford.

Cast: Edmond O’Brien, Don Murray, Anne Francis, John Saxon, Edward Andrews.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 7Nov70 (in notice: 1967); LP40575.

INVERSE SQUARE LAW. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER (Filmstrip) Joseph Mealey & Associates. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 Teacher’s guides.

Contents: Heat and temperature relationships. 60 fr.--Energy and state relationships. 59 fr.--Weight and mass relationships. 70 fr.--Mass and volume relationships. Appl. ti.: Volume and mass relationships. 59 fr.

Credits: Project director, Dudley G. Davis; graphics, Edward A. De Ville.

© Joseph Mealey & Associates, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP14083.

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: What they do. 55 fr.--Kinds of levers. 47 fr.--Using levers. 48 fr.--Wheel-and-axle pulley. 49 fr.--Inclined plane family. 51 fr.--How they make work easier. 45 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborators, Gilbert L. Twiest & Kenneth R. Mechling.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Jul71; JP13628.

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 11 p.

Contents: What they are. 54 fr.--Fish. 50 fr.--Amphibians. 50 fr.--Reptiles. 53 fr.--Birds. 53 fr.--Mammals. 56 fr.

Credits: Production, M. George Jennings; script, Audrey J. Geis; educational collaborator, T. R. Porter; photography, Gilbert L. Twiest.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 23Aug71; JP13630.

INVISIBLE HOUSE FOR SALE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 103.

INVOLVEMENT. Franciscan Communications Center. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Jan72; MP22513.

IRISH REBELLION (1920–1922) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 344) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22244.

IRON CURLING. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 775) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22728.

IRON VISE IS FORGED. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

IRONSIDE. Harbour-UTV. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Harbour-UTV.

Accident. Credits: Producer, Doug Benton; director, Don McDougall; writers, William Douglas Lansford & Irv Pearlberg. Cast: Raymond Burr, Juanita Moore, Don Mitchell, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway. © 8Mar71; LP40776.

Backfire. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, John Florea; writer, Frank Telford. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, James Wainwright. © 30Nov70; LP40765.

Blackout. Credits: Director, Don MacDougall. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Jack Albertson. © 28Dec70; LP40768.

Escape. Credits: Director, John Florea; writer, Adrian Spies. Cast: Raymond Burr, Nico Mindardos, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 8Feb71; LP40772.

From Hruska, with love. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Alf Kjellin; writer, Richard Shapiro. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Diana Hyland. © 18Jan71; LP40769.

Grandmother’s house. Credits: Writers, Preston Wood & Albert Aley. Cast: Raymond Burr, Jessie Royce Landis, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 29Mar71; LP40778.

The happy dreams of hollow men. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, Don Weis; writers, Sy Salkowitz, Carol Salkowitz & Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Joseph Campanella, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 28Sep70; LP40757.

A killing at the track. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Don McDougall. Cast: Raymond Burr, Joel Grey, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 1Feb71; LP40771.

A killing will occur. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; director, Don Weis; writer, Alvin Sapinsley. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Dane Clark. © 14Sep70; LP40755.

The laying on of hands. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, Don McDougall. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, David Barton. © 7Dec70; LP40766.

Lesson in terror. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, James Neilson; writers, Donn Mullally & Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Simon Oakland, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 15Mar71; LP40777.

The lonely way to go. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, Richard Benedict; writers, Donn Mullally & Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Carl Betz, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 19Oct70; LP40760.

Love, peace, brotherhood and murder. Credits: Director, Don Weis; writers, Robert Earll, Sy Salkowitz, Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Sally Struthers. © 15Feb71; LP40773.

The man on the inside. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, Don McDougall; writers, Brad Radnitz, Sy Salkowitz, Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 16Nov70; LP40764.

No game for amateurs. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, John Flores; writers, Sy Salkowitz & Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Martin Sheen. © 21Sep70; LP40756.

Noel’s gonna fly. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, Don Weis; writers, Sy Salkowitz, Winston Miller & Albert Aley. Cast: Raymond Burr, Richard Basehart, Barbara Anderson, Don Mitchell, Don Galloway. © 12Oct70; LP40759.

The people against Judge McIntyre. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Abner Biberman; writers, Liam O’Brien, Mark Kedgers, Albert Day. Cast: Raymond Burr, James Daly, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 5Oct70; LP40758.

The quincunx. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Don Weis; writer, Max Hodge. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, David Carradine. © 6Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40754.

The riddle in room six. Credits: Director, John Florea; writers, Stephen J. Cannell & Albert Aley. Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Andrew Duggan. © 22Feb71; LP40774.

The summer soldier. Credits: Director, Don Weis; writer, James Brewer. Cast: Raymond Burr, Theodore Bikel, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 1Mar71; LP40775.

The target. Credits: Director, Don Weis. Cast: Raymond Burr, Earl Holliman, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 27Jan71; LP40770.

This could blow your mind. Credits: Producer, Winston Miller; director, James Neilson; writers, Stephen J. Cannell, Winston Miller, Sy Salkowitz. Cast: Raymond Burr, Bradford Dillman, George Grizzard. © 14Dec70; LP40767.

Too many victims. Credits: Producer, Douglas Benton; director, Corey Allen. Cast: Raymond Burr, Kathy Lloyd, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 2Nov70; LP40762.

Walls are waiting. Credits: Writers, Sy Salkowitz & Winston Miller. Cast: Raymond Burr, William Shatner, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 12Apr71; LP40779.

IRONSIDE. Harbour-UTV. Released by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Harbour-UTV.

Check, mate: and murder, pt. 1. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; director, David Lowell Rich. Cast: Raymond Burr, Karin Dor, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 29Oct70; LP40761.

Check, mate: and murder, pt. 2. Credits: Producer, Joel Rogosin; director, David Lowell Rich. Cast: Raymond Burr, Karin Dor, Barbara Anderson, Don Galloway, Don Mitchell. © 5Nov70; LP40763.

IS IT SAFE? (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–F) © Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13706.

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 105.

IS THERE AN EXTRA JEANNIE IN THE HOUSE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 18.

ISAIAH, HERALD OF FAITH, PT. 1. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

ISLAM. See

JUDAISM, ISLAM, HINDUISM, BUDDHISM.

ISOGRAMS. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

ISRAEL NOW. Columbia Pictures. Made by Anthony Gilkison Associates. 18 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Director & photographer, Arthur Wooster; writer, Anthony Gilkison; music, Edwin Astley; editor, Terence Twigg.

© Anthony Gilkison Associates, Ltd.; 1Jan71 (in notice: 1969); MP22409.

ISRAELI INDEPENDENCE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 378) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22260.

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X–209–A--X–209–F: It’s a free country. 52 fr.--Too much government? 49 fr.--The fine line. 46 fr.--The haves and have nots. 55 fr.--Fairness and freedom. 48 fr.--Good enough, good enough? 36 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13703, 13732, 13728–13729, 13712, 13701.

IT HAPPENS TO US. Anomaly Films. Distributed by New Day Films. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Amalie R. Rothschild.

© Amalie R. Rothschild; 18Jan72; MP22878.

THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE: ITS MIND AND ITS SOUL. Centron Educational Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 31Dec71; MP22291.

IT’S A FREE COUNTRY. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

ITS CULTURE. See

SEEING FRANCE.

SEEING JAPAN.

IT’S FURY ALL THE WAY (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec71; JP13759.

ITS HISTORY. See

SEEING JAPAN.

ITS PEOPLE. See

SEEING FRANCE.

SEEING JAPAN.

IT’S UP TO YOU (Filmstrip) Professional Education & Research. 59 fr., color, 35 mm. © Professional Education & Research, a division of Patrick Productions, Inc.; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13796.

IVORY TOWER. Michael Jeck. 51 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm. © Michael Jeck; 23Feb72; LU3625.

J

J. W. COOP. Robertson & Associates & Columbia Pictures Industries. 113 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Cliff Robertson; writers, Cliff Robertson, Gary Cartwright & Edwin Shrake; music, Don Randi & Louie Shelton; director of photography, Frank Stanley; film editor, Alex Beaton.

Cast: Cliff Robertson, Geraldine Page, Cristina Ferrare, R. G. Armstrong, R. L. Armstrong.

© Robertson & Associates & Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 1Dec71; LP40480.

JACKSON POLLOCK (Filmstrip) Earl Rowland Foundation. 137 fr., color, 35 mm. © Earl Rowland Foundation; 13Dec71; JU12992.

JAMES DAUGHERTY. Weston Woods Studios. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Cynthia Freitag.

Appl. author: Morton Schindel.

© Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 1Mar72; LP40530.

JANE’S DOUBLE LIFE. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X227–A--X227–H: Hiroshima, the rebuilding of Japan’s cities. 41 fr.--Religion. 47 fr.--Daily life. 43 fr.--Economic life. 46 fr.--Recreation. 41 fr.--Education. 43 fr.--Old Japan. 36 fr.--The countryside. 32 fr.

Credits: General editor, Morris Gall.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13908, 13931, 13856, 13948, 13911, 13848, 13813, 13869.

JAPANESE FAIRY TALES (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Based on the book of the same title.

Contents: 925–1–-925–4: Urashima Taro. 40 fr.--The boy who drew cats. 39 fr.--Chin-Chin Kobakama. 37 fr.--The mother in the mirror. 33 fr.

Credits: Illustrator, Peggy Vawter.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 8Apr71 (in notices: 1970); JP13603, 13601, 13604, 13602.

JEANNIE/JEANNIE’S.

For titles beginning with Jeannie or Jeannie’s See I DREAM OF JEANNIE.

JEFE. See

BONANZA.

JENNIFER ON MY MIND. Joseph M. Schenck Enterprises. Released by United Artists Corp. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel Heir, by Roger L. Simon.

Credits: Producer, Bernard Schwartz; director, Noel Black; screenplay, Erich Segal; music, Stephen J. Lawrence; cameraman, Andy Laszlo; editor, Jack Wheeler.

Cast: Michael Brandon, Tippy Walker, Lou Gilbert, Steve Vinovich, Peter Bonerz.

© Joseph M. Schenck Enterprises, Inc.; 29Sep71; LP40486.

JENNY. See

THE MAN FROM SHILOH.

JEREMIAH, THE RELUCTANT PROPHET. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

JERUSALEM AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONS. Atlantis Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Atlantis a.a.d.o. Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 15Jan70; MP22492.

THE JERUSALEM FILE. Sparts Films. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Made in association with Leisure Media.

Credits: Producer, Ram Ben Efraim; director, John Flynn; screenplay, Troy Kennedy Martin; music, John Scott; director of photography, Raoul Coutard; editor, Norman Wanstall.

Cast: Bruce Davison, Nicol Williamson, Daria Halprin, Donald Pleasence, Ian Hendry.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 31Dec71; LP40528.

JESSE FROM MISSISSIPPI. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Nov71; MP22215.

JIMMY WHO. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

[JOB INTERVIEW] (Filmstrip) Metro American Productions. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 4 l.

Contents: What is a job? 25 fr.--Educational data. 23 fr.--Personal appearance. 28 fr.--Job interview. 23 fr.--Personnel director. 38 fr.

© Metro American Productions; 15Jun71; A338794.

A JOB MODERN TECHNOLOGY CAN’T MAKE OBSOLETE--THE PRECINCT WORKER. Public Affairs Dept., National Assn. of Manufacturers. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Parthenon picture. © National Assn. of Manufacturers; 23Dec71; MP22227.

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Graphic Educational Systems. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With handbook, 1 v.

Contents: Nurse’s aide. 37 fr.--Medical laboratory assistant. 32 fr.--Optometric assistant. 27 fr.--Optical technician. 34 fr.--Dental assistant. 37 fr.--Dental laboratory technician. 38 fr.--Medical photographer. 35 fr.--Radiology technician. 32 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Miles H. Anderson.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 25May71; JP13627.

JOBS IN THE CITY: MANUFACTURING. Centron Educational Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 26Jan72; MP22305.

JOBS IN THE CITY: SERVICES. Centron Educational Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 26Jan72; MP22306.

JOBS IN THE CITY: WOMEN AT WORK. Centron Educational Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 7Feb72; MP22348.

JOHN BRODIE PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

JOHNNY BENCH ALTERNATE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

JOHNNY BENCH PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

JOHNNY HAS ONE! (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–C) © Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13721.

JOHN’S TRAIN. Centron Educational Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 2Jun72; MP22849.

JONAH AND THE NINEVITES. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

JOSEPH MCCARTHY: ARMY HEARINGS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 385) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22263.

JOULE’S LAW. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

THE JOURNAL OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU: THE SEASONS (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 956–1–-956–2: Thoreau’s spring. 64 fr.--Thoreau’s summer. 65 fr.

Credits: Editor & photographer, Dorothy Orians.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 4Apr72; JP14115–14116.

JOURNEY TO NOWHERE. See

PARIS 7000.

JOURNEY TO THE AUCAS (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 36 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Cay Leary. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13576.

JOY OF GROWING. See

HEALTH: THE DIRT-WITCH CLEANS UP.

HEALTH: EYE-CARE FANTASY.

HEALTH: GERMS AND THE SPACE VISITORS.

HEALTH: TOOTHACHE OF THE CLOWN.

SAFETY: PLAYGROUND SPIRITS.

SAFETY: THE HELPFUL BURGLARS.

SAFETY: THE TRAFFIC JUNGLE.

THE JOY OF HEALING. Christian Science Board of Directors. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Christian Science Board of Directors; 24Jan72; MU8421.

JUDAISM, ISLAM, HINDUISM, BUDDHISM (Filmstrip) Family Films. 4 filmstrips in 1 roll, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Judaism. 23 fr.--Islam. 21 fr.--Hinduism. 20 fr.--Buddhism. 25 fr.

© Family Films, a division of Concordia Pub. House; 25Jan72; JP14098.

JUDGING BOOKS BY COVERS. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

JULES FEIFFER. ETS Program Service. Made by KRMA. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Artists in America) © ETS Program Service; 6Mar72; MU8412.

JUMP-UP. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

JUST LUCKY, I GUESS. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

JUST SIGN HERE. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

K

THE KALIMBA. Videorecord Corp. of America. 9 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Edward L. Simmons; host & programmer, Paul Tracey.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22540.

THE KALIMBA: HARMONY. Videorecord Corp. of America. 11 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Edward L. Simmons; host & programmer, Paul Tracey.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22550.

KEEPING FIT. See

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION]

THE KILL AT KOORLEA RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

KILLER ON THE LOOSE. See

THE BOLD ONES.

KILLING AT THE TRACK. See

IRONSIDE.

KILLING TIME AND YOURSELF (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. (Leisure time, X–216–B)

Credits: Senior photographer, Vincent A. Greco.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13727.

KILLING WILL OCCUR. See

IRONSIDE.

KINDERGARTEN, AN EXCITING DAY FOR A TEACHER’S AID (Filmstrip) Ted D. Dawson. 82 fr., color, 35 mm. Produced in cooperation with Maxine Kamonitsa. © Ted D. Dawson; 15Nov71; JP13777.

KINDNESS. See

VALUES.

KINDS OF LEVERS. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

KINGDOM COME RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

KINGDOM OF FEAR. See

BONANZA.

KINGDOM OF KITE. See

BIG IS LOTS OF THINGS.

HOW HOT IS A DRAGON.

ONE, TWO, PLOP.

KINGS AND PROPHETS. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: David, shepherd of Judah. 53 fr.--David, King of Israel. 53 fr.--Solomon and the temple. 56 fr.--Elijah and the prophets of Baal. 59 fr.--Amos, prophet of judgment. 53 fr.

Credits: Director, Jack L. Tyler; script, Sister M. Johnice Cohan & Sister M. Elizabeth Fowkes; narrator, Michael Rye; artist, David Hanan; composer, Tommy Sheridan; conductor, Robert Mitchell.

© Roa’s Films; 3Mar69; JP14055.

KINGS AND PROPHETS. Pt. 2 (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 5 teacher’s guides.

Contents: Episode 6–10: Hosea, prophet of love. 55 fr.--Isaiah, herald of faith, pt: 1. 34 fr.; 2. 25 fr.--Jonah and the Ninevites. 56 fr.--Jeremiah, the reluctant prophet. 60 fr.--Ezekiel, prophet of hope. 54 fr.

Credits: Research, script & teaching guides, Sister M. Johnice Cohan, I.H.M., & Sister M. Elizabeth Fowkes, I.H.M.; director, Jack L. Tyler; artist, David Hanan.

© Roa’s Films; 4Apr70; JP14060.

KOREAN WAR: ARMISTICE NEGOTIATIONS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 383) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22262.

KOREAN WAR: U.S. COMBAT OPERATIONS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 382) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22431.

KREE FINDS THE WAY. Episode 1–20 (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 20 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 20 teacher’s guides. Adaptation of Andrew Mathe’s Yap.

Credits: Research, script & teacher notes, Sister M. Elizabeth, I.H.M. & Sister M. Johnice, I.H.M.; consultant, Reverend Bernard Cooke; illustrations, Phillippe Joudiou.

Appl. author: Reverend Andrew Mathe.

© Roa’s Films; 1Feb65 (in notice: 1964); JP14059.

KU KLUX KLAN IN THE 1920’S. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 347) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22420.

L

LA 2017. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

LABORATORY APPARATUS. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

LABORATORY BALANCE. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

LABORATORY TECHNIQUES, NO. 633. See

BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES.

LABYRINTH. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

LADY AT THE BAR. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

THE LADY IN THE BOTTLE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 1.

LAMB NAMED ANGEL. See

TALES FOR YOUNG IMAGINATIONS.

LAME MAN WHO WALKED AGAIN. See

LIFE IN GOD--START SMILING.

LAND AND CLIMATE. See

SEEING JAPAN.

SEEING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

LAND AND RESOURCES. See

SEEING FRANCE.

LAND OF RESPLENDENT GLORY (Filmstrip) National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. 3 filmstrips, b&w, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–3: The Bab. 116 fr.--Letters of the living. 46 fr.--Baha’u’llah. 99 fr.

Appl. author: Guy Murchie.

© National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States; 8Nov71; JP13616–13618.

LAND OF THE BRAVE. Franciscan Communications Center. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Sep70; MP22518.

LAND OF THE FRIENDLY ANIMALS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 4May72; MP22865.

LANGUAGE STRUCTURES, Edutronics Systems International. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Edutronics Systems International, Inc.; 15Jun71; MP22570.

LASER. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Bell Telephone Laboratories. Appl. ti.: Lasar. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films. Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22287.

LASSIE. Wrather Corp. Approx. 25 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. © Wrather Corp.

Burst of freedom. © 6Oct68; LP40432.

Race for life. © 29Sep68; LP40431.

THE LAST HARBOR RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE LAST LAUREL. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

LAST OF THE COMANCHEROS. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Adapted from Neil Simon’s Broadway play.

Credits: Producer, Howard W. Koch; director, Gene Saks; screenplay, Neil Simon; music, Neal Hefti; director of photography, Victor J. Kemper; film editor, Maury Winetrobe.

Cast: Alan Arkin, Sally Kellerman, Paula Prentiss, Renee Taylor, Bella Bruck.

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22Feb72; LP40884.

THE LAST OF THE WILD MUSTANGS. Philip Morris, Inc. Made by FilmFair. Released by United Artists Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Philip Morris, Inc.; 9Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP40820.

THE LAST TRIBES OF MINDANAO. National Geographic Society. Made by Wolper Productions. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © National Geographic Society; 10Dec71; MP22221.

THE LAST VIKINGS. National Geographic Society & Wolper Productions. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, George A. Vicas; narrator, Leslie Nielsen; music, Ernest Gold; photographer, Andre Gunn; editors, Georges Klotz & Hyman Kaufman.

© National Geographic Society; 24Mar72; MP22538.

LAWS OF SCIENCE (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 10 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X200–A--X200–J: Boyle’s law. 54 fr.--Charles’ law. 48 fr.--Definite composition. 48 fr.--Conservation of matter. 47 fr.--Inverse square law. 51 fr.--Newton’s second law of motion. 58 fr.--Newton’s third law of motion. 48 fr.--Ohm’s law. 55 fr.--Joule’s law. 54 fr.--Reflection. 50 fr.

Credits: General editor, Bertram M. Siegel.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13817, 13828, 13816, 13891, 13833, 13865, 13873, 13936, 13895, 13904.

LAWYERS. See

THE BOLD ONES.

LAYING CONCRETE BLOCK. Marshall Maintenance. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marshall Maintenance; 17Dec71; MP22290.

LAYING ON OF HANDS. See

IRONSIDE.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING FILM FOR FREEMASONRY. See

GROWING THE LEADER.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING SERIES. See

BREAKING THE BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION.

LEARNING. CRM Productions. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22370.

LEARNING FROM MAPS & GLOBES. See

[MAP READING]

LEARNING SPANISH THE MODERN WAY. See

ESPANOL: A SENTIRLO.

LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

LEGACIES OF THE ICE AGE. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22132.

THE LEGACY OF SPENCER FLATS. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Lehn & Fink Products, division of Sterling Drug. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color. © Lehn & Fink Products, division of Sterling Drug, Inc.

Family. © 9Feb72; MU8406.

Locked in odors. © 9Feb72; MU8408.

Remember this. © 9Feb72; MU8405.

Smoke. Rev. © 9Feb72; MU8407.

LEISURE TIME. See

FREE TIME IS NOT SO FREE.

HAVE YOU TRIED.

KILLING TIME AND YOURSELF.

TIME TO BE YOURSELF.

LENGTH. See

MEASURING.

LENIN. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 342) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22848.

LESSON IN TERROR. See

IRONSIDE.

LET THE BUYER BEWARE. See

CAN YOU BELIEVE ADVERTISING.

EVERYTHING IS NOT WHAT IT APPEARS TO BE.

IS IT SAFE.

JOHNNY HAS ONE.

MEASURES, VALUES AND BARGAINS.

USE, QUALITY AND SERVICE.

LET THE DIER BEWARE. See

MEN AT LAW.

LET’S LOOK AT ART. See

[ART]

LET’S MAKE MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

LETTERS OF THE LIVING. See

LAND OF RESPLENDENT GLORY.

[LEVEL 2 PROGRAM: GROUP 1] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 16 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. © Educational Projections Corp.; 1Dec69; JP13619.

[LEVEL 2 PROGRAM: GROUP 2] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 68 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. © Educational Projections Corp.; 1May70; JP13624.

[LEVEL 2 PROGRAM: GROUP 3] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 16 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. © Educational Projections Corp.; 1Jun71; JP13620.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 26.

THE LIFE FOR A LIFE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

LIFE IN CHINA. See

AGRICULTURAL WORKER IN THE COMMUNE.

LIFE IN GOD--START SMILING! (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 3 filmstrips in 1 roll, color, 35 mm. Art & narration adapted from Arch books.

Contents: The boy who ran away. 39 fr.--The lame man who walked again. 16 fr.--The great surprise. 15 fr.

Appl. author: Betty Wind. NM: compilation.

© Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71: JP13574.

THE LIFE OF TEMPORARY POOLS. No. 648. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, Bruce J. Russell.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22666.

LIFE ON THE LAND. International Communication Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (China) Appl. author: Doubleday Multimedia, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc. © International Communication Films, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 15Dec69; MP22616.

LIFE TAKES LIVING. See

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD.

LIGHT AND SHADE IN ART. See

[ART]

THE LIGHTHOUSE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

LINDBERGH’S TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 362) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22830.

LINEAR MEASUREMENT. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

LIONEL MOVES INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS FIRES. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8436.

LISTEN. FilmFair Communications. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 30Apr72; MP22729.

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION (Filmstrip) Pied Piper. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Haiku. 64 fr.--Humorous verse. 62 fr.--Sounds of poetry. 52 fr.--Descriptive words and figures of speech. 52 fr.

Appl. author: Robert H. Waterman. © Pied Piper; 10Feb72; JP13754.

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION (Filmstrip) Pied Piper. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. A Waterman production.

Contents: Story of a book. 67 fr.--Fantasy. 58 fr.--Tall tales. 56 fr.--Biography. 58 fr.--Humor. 55 fr.--Distant lands. 55 fr.--Fairy tales. 59 fr.--Animals. 67 fr.

Appl. author: Robert H. Waterman.

Appl. states copyright not claimed on photographic material from books.

NM: compilation of approx. 400 photos.

© Pied Piper; 26Dec70; JP13780.

THE LITTLE ARK. Robert B. Radnitz Productions. Released by Cinema Center Films. 100 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the Jan de Hartog novel.

Credits: Producer, Robert B. Radnitz; director, James B. Clark; screenplay, Joanna Crawford; music, Fred Karlin; directors of photography, Austin Dempster & Denys Coop; film editor, Fred A. Chulack.

Cast: Theodore Bikel, Philip Frame, Genevieve Ambas, Max Croiset, Johan de Slaa.

© Cinema Center Films; 3Dec71; LP40886.

LITTLE BEAR DIED RUNNING. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

LITTLE BLACK BAG. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

LIVIN’ ON THE MUD. King Screen Productions. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 23May72; MP22855.

LIVING FREE. Open Road Films. [England] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures Industries. 92 min., sd., color, 16 mm. An Open Road--Highroad presentation. Based on the book by Joy Adamson.

Credits: Producer, Paul Radin; director, Jack Couffer; screenplay, Millard Kaufman; music composer & conductor, Sol Kaplan; director of photography, Wolfgang Suchitsky; editor, Don Deacon.

Cast: Nigel Davenport, Susan Hampshire, Geoffrey Keen, Edward Judd, Peter Lukoye.

© Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 4Jan71 (in notice: 1972); LP40478. (See also Living free; 4Jan72; LP40746)

LIVING FREE. Open Road Films [England] Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures Industries. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. An Open Road--Highroad presentation. Based on the book by Joy Adamson.

Credits: Producer, Paul Radin; director, Jack Couffer; screenplay, Millard Kaufman; music composer & conductor, Sol Kaplan; director of photography, Wolfgang Suschitsky; editor, Don Deacon.

Cast: Nigel Davenport, Susan Hampshire, Geoffrey Keen, Edward Judd, Peter Lukoye.

© Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 4Jan72; LP40746. (See also Living free; 4Jan71 (in notice: 1972); LP40478.

LIVING TOGETHER. See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

LIVING WITH OTHERS. See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Heathertel Enterprises. Distributed by CPM Programs. Approx. 23 min. each, sd., color. Videotape (2 in.) Produced in association with U.S. Coast Guard & U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. © Heathertel Enterprises, Inc.

Show no.

1. Now and then. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges & Beau Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22836.

2. Big fish, little fish and personnel problems. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges & Dorothy Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22837.

3. The rage to win. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22838.

4. The river and the ocean. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22839.

5. Under and over the water. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP28840.

6. Dreamboat time. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allan; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22841.

7. Catching and running. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22842.

8. History and treasure, fog and fire. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Beau Bridges, Jeff Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22843.

9. Old and new, fast and slow. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22844.

10. All those helpers out there. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22845.

11. Bilge rats to bilge examiners. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22846.

12. Two different sides of boating. Credits: Producer, Lawrence Jacobson; director, James A. Love; writers, Norman Weissman & Dick Kirkpatrick; music, Robert Allen; director of photography, Victor Valenzio. Cast: Lloyd Bridges. © 29Jan72; MP22847.

LOAD OF DIFFERENCE (1972 Dodge and Chevrolet light duty trucks) (Filmstrip) Dodge Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 60 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 30Dec71; JP13762.

LOADING FILM WINDERS. Audiovisual Service, Arizona State University. 3 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Photography darkroom series) Appl. author: Joel A. Benedict. © Audiovisual Services (in notice: Audiovisual Service); 15Dec71; MP22656.

LOADING STAINLESS STEEL REELS. Audiovisual Service, Arizona State University. 2 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Photography darkroom series) Appl. author: Joel A. Benedict. © Audiovisual Services (in notice: Audiovisual Service); 15Dec71; MP22657.

LOADING TERMINAL FIRES. Teaching Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8439.

LOADING 35MM FILM MAGAZINES. Audiovisual Service, Arizona State University. 2 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Photography darkroom series) Appl. author: Joel A. Benedict. © Audiovisual Services (in notice: Audiovisual Service); 15Dec71; MP22658.

LOCKED IN ODORS. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

LOLLIPOP DRAGON HELPS SANTA. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

LOLLIPOP DRAGON’S FIRST HALLOWEEN. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

LOLLIPOP DRAGON’S VALENTINE PARTY. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

LONE SURVIVOR. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

LONELINESS RACKET. See

THE BOLD ONES.

THE LONELY PROFESSION. Universal-Public Arts Productions. [Canada] Released by Universal Pictures. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Ina Balin, Harry Guardino, Fernando Lamas, Joseph Cotten, Barbara McNair.

© Universal-Public Arts Productions; 18Oct69; LP40487.

LONELY WAY TO GO. See

IRONSIDE.

THE LONGER TRAIL. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

LOOK AT BORROWING. See

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: A LOOK AT BORROWING.

LOOK AT BUDGETING. See

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: A LOOK AT BUDGETING.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 16.

THE LOST SHEEP. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 32.

LOVE CHILD. See

BONANZA.

LOVE, PEACE, BROTHERHOOD AND MURDER. See

IRONSIDE.

THE LOVE THINE ENEMY RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

A LOVE TO REMEMBER. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE LOVE VINE. Dade County School Board. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 26Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22382.

LOX, STOCK AND BAGEL. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION]

LUCK OF PEPPER SHANNON. See

BONANZA.

LUMBAR PUNCTURE. American College of Physicians. Made by Medex International. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Medical skills library) Loop film.

Credits: Executive producer & editor, Bernard V. Dryer; director & cinematographer, Sy Wexler; medical artist, Gerald Nevius.

© American College of Physicians; 16Apr72; MP22824.

LUNAR GEOLOGY. See

APOLLO X.

M

MACBETH. Playboy Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Industries. 140 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Todd-AO 35.

Credits: Producer, Andrew Braunsberg; director, Roman Polanski; screenplay, Roman Polanski & Kenneth Tynan; music, The Third Ear Band; director of photography, Gil Taylor; editor, Alastair McIntyre.

Cast: Jon Finch, Francesca Annis, Martin Shaw, John Stride, Nicholas Selby.

© Playboy Productions & Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 19Dec71; LP40479.

MCCLOUD. Universal City Studios. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Dennis Weaver, Shelly Novack, Mark Richman, Diana Muldaur, Terry Carter.

Appl. ti.: McCloud: who killed Miss U.S.A.?

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 17Feb70; LP40580.

MCCLOUD. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. (Four-in-one) Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

The concrete corral. Credits: Producer, Glen Larson; director, Nicholas Colasanto; writers, Warren Douglas & David P. Harmon. Cast: Dennis Weaver, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Burr DeBenning, James Wainwright. © 30Sep70; LP40832.

Horse stealing on Fifth Avenue. Credits: Producer & writer, Glen A. Larson; director, Bruce Kessler. Cast: Dennis Weaver, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Diana Muldaur, Leo Gordon. © 23Sep70; LP40831.

Our man in Paris. Credits: Producer, Glen Larson; director, Russ Mayberry; writer, Leslie Stevens. Cast: Dennis Weaver, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Susan Strasberg, Alfred Ryder. © 21Oct70; LP40835.

The stage is all the world. Credits: Producer, Glen Larson; director, Russell Mayberry; writer, Norman Hudis. Cast: Dennis Weaver, Richard Dawson, Christina Sinatra, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter. © 7Oct70; LP40833.

Walk in the dark. Credits: Writer, Leslie Stevens. Cast: Dennis Weaver, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Susan Saint James, Ann Prentiss. © 14Oct70; LP40834.

Who says you can’t make friends in New York City. Credits: Producer, Glen Larson; director & writer, Douglas Heyes. Cast: Dennis Weaver, J. D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Diana Muldaur, Marj Dusay. © 16Sep70; LP40830.

MACRAME (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt.: 1. 47 fr.-–2. 45 fr.-–3. 45 fr.-–4. 47 fr.

Appl. author: Gene S. Geeslin.

© Visual Aids Studio, sole owner Gene S. Geeslin; 3Jan72; JP13584.

THE MAD BAKER. Maxwell, Petok, Petrovich Productions. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Maxwell, Petok, Petrovich Productions; 22Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40404.

THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT. Commonwealth United Corp. Released by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 145 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon a play written by Jean Giraudoux; adapted by Maurice Valency.

Cast: Katharine Hepburn, Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer, Richard Chamberlin, Nanette Newman.

© Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.; 13Oct69; LP40895.

MAGIC WORDS. King Screen Productions. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. An Ergo/Pooka film production. © King Broadcasting Co.; 23May72 (in notice: 1971); MP22851.

MAINTAINING INSTRUMENTS OF THE VIOLIN FAMILY (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. (Maintaining your musical instrument, 350–1)

Credits: Author-photographer, William Zajkowski.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 31Mar71; JP13600.

MAINTAINING THE BOWS OF THE VIOLIN FAMILY (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. (Maintaining your musical instrument, 350–2)

Credits: Author-photographer, William Zajkowski.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 31Mar71; JP13599.

MAINTENANCE. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

MAKE A GOOD LAST IMPRESSION (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 22Dec71; JP13763.

MAKE A WISH. American Broadcasting Companies. Distributed by ABC Films. Approx. 23 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

Show no.

1. © 20Aug71; MP22447.

2. © 9Sep71; MP22448.

3. © 9Sep71; MP22449.

4. © 23Sep71; MP22450.

5. © 24Sep71; MP22451.

6. © 7Oct71; MP22452.

7. © 13Oct71; MP22453.

8. © 21Oct71; MP22454.

9. © 27Oct71; MP22455.

10. © 3Nov71; MP22456.

11. © 11Nov71; MP22457.

12. © 17Nov71; MP22458.

13. © 24Nov71; MP22459.

14. © 2Dec71; MP22460.

15. © 8Dec71; MP22461.

16. © 16Dec71; MP22462.

MAKE ME LAUGH. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

MAKING A CONTACT SHEET (Filmstrip) Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University. 80 fr., color, 35 mm. (Photography darkroom series)

Credits: Director, Joel A. Benedict.

© Audiovisual Services, Arizona State University; 15Dec71; JP13597.

MAKING A GRAPH. See

MEASURING.

MAKING AN OCCUPIED BED. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 5.

MAKING AN UNOCCUPIED BED. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 3.

MAKING DECISIONS. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

MAKING ENDS MEET. See

CONSUMER STUDIES.

MAKING HAIKU. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Larry Klingman.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Feb72; MP22675.

MAKING HUMAN RESOURCES PRODUCTIVE. Bureau of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22314.

MAKING IT IN THE WORLD OF WORK. FilmFair Communications. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 30Apr72; MP22703.

MAKING RULES AND PLANS. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

MAKING TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

MAMMALS. See

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

MAN: A CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACH (Filmstrip) Educational Resources. 16 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Credits: By Herbert & Judith Klinger.

© Educational Resources, Inc.; 1Feb70 (in notice: 1969); JP13598.

MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT (Filmstrip) Consumers Power Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 109 fr.; pt. 2, 98 fr.), color, 35 mm. © Consumers Power Co.; 9Nov71; JP13663.

MAN AND THE EARTH. See

EDEN IN PERIL.

MAN AND THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

MAN IN A CAGE. See

BEARCATS.

MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2 (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 652–1–-652–2: Village life on a Pacific atoll, pt. 1. 56 fr.--Village life on a Pacific atoll, pt. 2. 51 fr.

Credits: Photographer, Robert W. Stack.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 1Feb72; JP14122–14121.

MAN IN THE STREET. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

A MAN NAMED LOMBARDI. Simon & Flynn. 60 min., sd., color, 16 mm. NM: compilation & additions. © Simon & Flynn, Inc.; 17Jan71; LP40880.

THE MAN OF THE HOUSE. Videorecord Corp. of America. 6 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.) Visuals adapted from illus. by Peter Landa.

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22691.

MAN OF THE SERENGETI. National Geographic Society & Wolper Productions. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jack Kaufman; narrator, Leslie Nielsen.

© National Geographic Society; 17Feb72; MP22436.

MAN ON A STRING. Douglas S. Cramer Co. Released by Screen Gems. 90 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Douglas S. Cramer; director, Joseph Sargent; writer, Ben Maddow; director of photography, Ed Rosson; film editor, Asa Clark.

Cast: Christopher George, William Schallert, Kitty Winn, Paul Hampton, Jack Warden.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 18Feb72; LP40829.

MAN ON THE INSIDE. See

IRONSIDE.

MAN WHO KILLED A GHOST. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

THE MAN WHO MADE TREES BLOSSOM. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

MAN WITH TWO WIVES. See

THE UNBENDING KING & THE MAN WITH TWO WIVES.

MANAGEMENT BY PARTICIPATION. Bureau Of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22312.

MANAGEMENT OF THE DRUG DEPENDENT PERSON: HEROIN. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 91.

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 12 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X203–A--X203–L: Learning to live together. 47 fr.--The new home. 44 fr.--The budget--today and tomorrow. 43 fr.--Cash and credit. 51 fr.--How to shop. 44 fr.--Just sign here. 39 fr.--As the family grows. 41 fr.--The family and its legal rights. 50 fr.--The family and its legal responsibilities. 45 fr.--Protecting what the family has. 58 fr.--The family and community. 43 fr.--Help! This is an emergency. 59 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13924, 13890, 13879, 13940, 13922, 13897, 13944, 13864, 13901, 13915, 13882, 13920.

MANICURING. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 771) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22724.

MAN’S CASTLE. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

MANSION FOR SALE. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

[MAP READING] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: SS–820–-SS–825: Reading a road map. 44 fr.--Learning from maps & globes. 44 fr.--Using an atlas. 42 fr.--Weather maps. 46 fr.--Special maps I. 41 fr.--Special maps II. 44 fr.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 1Jun71; JP13622.

MAP SKILLS: UNDERSTANDING LATITUDE. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, L. Lloyd Haring.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Dec71; MP22375.

MAP SKILLS: UNDERSTANDING LONGITUDE. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, L. Lloyd Haring.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Dec71; MP22376.

MAP SKILLS: USING SCALE. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, L. Lloyd Haring.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Dec71; MP22377.

MARATHON. See

MEN AT LAW.

MARCUS WELBY, M.D. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

All the golden dandelions are gone. Credits: Director, Leo Penn; writer, Max Hodge. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Richard Thomas, Belinda Montgomery. © 13Dec70; LP40942.

Another buckle for Wesley Hill. Credits: Director & writer, Robert Collins. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Glenn Corbett, Chill Wills. © 3Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40921.

Aura to a new tomorrow. Credits: Director, Jeannot Szwarc; writers, John Considine & Jeanne A. Taylor. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, John Considine. © 22Dec70; LP40944.

Brave on a mountaintop. Credits: Director, Chris Christenberry; writer, Jerome Ross. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, James Farentino. © 20Dec70; LP40943.

The contract. Credits: Director, Chris Christenberry; teleplay, Margaret & Paul Schneider. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Geraldine Brooks, Pat Harrington. © 14Mar71; LP40929.

Cynthia. Credits: Director, Herschel Daugherty; teleplay, David Moessinger. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Diana Hyland, William Lundigan. © 21Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40924.

Daisy in the shadows. Credits: Writers, Paul & Margaret Schneider. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Suzanne Pleshette, David Hartman. © 25Oct70; LP40937.

Don’t kid a kidder. Credits: Director, Daniel Petrie; teleplay, Adrian Spies. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Kay Medford, Robert Pratt. © 28Feb71; LP40927.

Elegy for a mad dog. Credits: Director, Russ Mayberry; teleplay, Ken Trevey. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Christina Crawford, Brad David. © 7Mar71; LP40928.

Epidemic. Credits: Director, Daniel Petrie; writer, Jerome Ross. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Michele Lee, Hope Summers. © 11Oct70; LP40935.

False spring. Credits: Director, Russ Mayberry; teleplay, Joseph Stefano. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Dana Wynter, Robert Lansing. © 17Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40922.

The girl from Rainbow Beach. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin. © 15Nov70; LP40939.

The house of Alquist. Credits: Director, Robert Collins; teleplay, Ian Chevron & David Moessinger. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Alexander Scourby, Jessica Walter. © 28Mar71; LP40931.

Labyrinth. Credits: Director, Josef Leytes; writers, Paul & Margaret Schneider. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Ricardo Montalban, Jan Shepard. © 8Nov70: LP40938.

A passing of torches. Credits: Director, Jeannot Szwarc; story, Ken Trevey & Martin Donaldson; teleplay, Ken Trevey. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Walter Pidgeon, Pete Duel. © 24Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40923.

Sounding brass. Credits: Director, Marc Daniels; writer, John Vlahos. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Michael Larrain, Pamela McMyler. © 29Nov70; LP40940.

A Spanish saying I made. Credits: Director, Jeannot Szwarc; teleplay, Theodore Apstein. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Joseph Campanella, Richard Yniguez. © 14Feb71; LP40926.

To carry the sun in a golden cup. Credits: Director, Philip Leacock; writer, Don Ingalls. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Jo Ann Pflug, Mariette Hartley. © 6Dec70; LP40941.

To get through the night. Cast: Larry Hagman & Barbara Anderson. © 18Oct7O; LP40936.

A very special sailfish. Credits: Producer, David J. O’Connell; director, Leo Penn; writer, Jerry McNeely. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Lee Purcell, Cloris Leachman. © 20Sep70; LP40932.

Warn the world about Mike. Credits: Director, Herschel Daugherty; writer, Jerry McNeely. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Barry Brown, Rhoda Williams. © 4Oct70; LP40934.

The windfall. Credits: Director, Herschel Daugherty; teleplay, Margaret & Paul Schneider. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Laurie Prange, Alexis Smith. © 21Mar71; LP40930.

A woman’s place. Credits: Director, Leo Penn; teleplay, Charles A. McDaniel. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Rachel Roberts. © 31Jan71; LP40925.

The worth of a man. Credits: Director, Leo Penn; writer, Don Ingalls. Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Elena Verdugo, Gary Merrill, Beth Brickell. © 27Sep70; LP40933.

MARCUS WELBY, M.D. Universal City Studios. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Music, Leonard Rosenman; director of photography, Russell L. Metty; film editor, Gene Palmer.

Cast: Robert Young, James Brolin, Anne Baxter, Susan Strasberg, Lew Ayres.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 26Mar69; LP40824.

MARINE VEGETATION, PT. 1. See

THE UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2.

MARINE VEGETATION, PT. 2. See

THE UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2.

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X204–A--X204–F: Marriage: Why? Whom? When? How? 51 fr.--Living with others. 47 fr.--Living together. 52 fr.--Budgets and reality. 49 fr.--Children and reality. 55 fr.--Success and divorce. 47 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13907, 13949, 13883, 13928, 13827, 13933.

THE MARRIAGE OF A YOUNG STOCKBROKER. Lawrence Turman Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Charles Webb.

Credits: Producer & director, Lawrence Turman; screenplay, Lorenzo Semple, Jr.; music, Fred Karlin, director of photography, Laszlo Kovacs; film editor & associate producer, Fredric Steinkamp.

Cast: Richard Benjamin, Joanna Shimkus, Elizabeth Ashley, Adam West, Patricia Barry.

© Lawrence Turman Films, Inc. & Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Aug71; LP40483.

MARRIAGE: WHY? WHOM? WHEN? HOW? See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22337.

MARYLAND, ITS HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY (Filmstrip) Joseph Mealey & Associates. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 2 records & 4 teachers’ guides.

Contents: Maryland during the Civil War. 67 fr.--Maryland state and local government. 82 fr.--The Chesapeake at bay, an ecological study. (Pt. 1, 68 fr.; pt. 2, 70 fr.)

© Joseph Mealy & Associates, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP14081.

MASS AND VOLUME RELATIONSHIPS. See

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER.

MASTER TECHNICIANS SERVICE CONFERENCE. See

DISC BRAKE SERVICE ROUNDUP.

1972 SEAT BELT WARNING SYSTEM.

ROADABILITY AND HANDLING.

SOLD ON SAFETY.

MASTERS/SLAVES: THE MEANING OF POWER. Educational Media Corp. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Don Sorenson; 1Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22405.

MATCHING TRIANGLES (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 41 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 6Oct69; A196078.

MATHEMATICS AND STARVATION. See

EDEN IN PERIL.

MATTER OF FAITH. See

BONANZA.

MATTER OF PRIORITIES. See

THE BOLD ONES.

MAUDE. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

MAYAS. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

MAYFLOWERS. Gary Anderson. 29 min., sd.

Credits: Script, Gail Kelley; music, The Spectras; filmed & edited by Gary Anderson.

© Gary Anderson; 30May72; MU8449.

ME, YOU AND US. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

MEANINGS AND STUFF. See

WHAT IS COMMUNICATION.

MEASURES, VALUES AND BARGAINS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–D) © Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13870.

MEASURING (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films/University Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Science processes series, set 2)

Contents: Length. 41 fr.--Volume. 43 fr.--Weight. 42 fr.--Temperature. 43 fr.--Making a graph. 45 fr.--Ordering events by time. 42 fr.

Credits: Producer, Jack Phillips; writer/producer, Claire Trazenfeld.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 3Jan72 (in notices: 1971); JP13744–13749.

MEASURING VOLUME. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

MEASURING VOLUME OF A GAS. Kalmia Co. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: John T. Fitch & Robert M. Fitch. © Kalmia Co.; 11Nov71; MP22503.

MECHANICAL BOY. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

MEDFORD, OREGON. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 50.

MEDICAL ASEPSIS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 1.

MEDICAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHER. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

MEDICAL SKILLS LIBRARY. See

ARTERIAL PUNCTURE.

CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

LUMBAR PUNCTURE.

MEDIEVAL ART FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS (Filmstrip) Earl Rowland Foundation. 159 fr., color, 35 mm. © Earl Rowland Foundation; 17May72; JU13079.

MEDIUM SPEED HEAD-ON CRASH TESTS. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 18 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; 16Nov71; MP22122.

MEET MY MASTER’S MOTHER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 70.

MEET THE BUNKERS. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

MEETING OUR NEEDS. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

A MEETING WITH THE SEA. McGraw-Hill Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 18Apr72 (in notice: 1968); MP22636.

MELODY IN MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

MEMORANDUM FOR A SPY. Pt. 1. Hovue Productions. 53 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Dick Berg; director, Stuart Rosenberg; writer, Robert L. Joseph.

Cast: Robert Stack, Felecia Farr.

© Hovue Productions; 2Apr65; LP40920.

MEMORANDUM FOR A SPY. Pt. 2. Hovue Productions. 53 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Dick Berg; director, Stuart Rosenberg; writer, Robert L. Joseph.

Cast: Robert Stack, Felecia Farr.

© Hovue Productions; 2Apr65; LP40919.

MEMORIAL DAY. See

HOLIDAYS.

MEMORIAL DAY MASSACRE. See

REPUBLIC STEEL STRIKE POLICE RIOT (MEMORIAL DAY MASSACRE)

MEN AT LAW. Leonard Freeman Enterprises. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with National General Corp. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

The climate of justice. Telecast: Feb. 3, 1971. Credits: Producer, Harold Gast; director, Charles Dubin, writers, Bill Stratton & Stanley Roberts. Cast: Robert Foxworth, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Sheila Larken, David Arkin, Rick Kelman. © 28Jan71; LP40370.

The dark world of Harry Anders. Credits: Teleplay, Robert & Phyllis White & Stephen Kandel; story by Robert & Phyllis White. © 10Feb71; LP40356.

The hostage. Credits: By Harold Gast. © 17Feb71; LP40357.

Let the dier beware. Credits: By Alvin Sapinsley. © 10Mar71; LP40419.

Marathon. © 3Feb71; LP40864.

One American. Credits: Writer, Stephen Kandel. © 7Apr71; LP40423.

This money kills dreams. Telecast: Apr. 7, 1971. Credits: Producer, Harold Gast; director, Charles S. Dubin; writer, George Bellak. Cast: Robert Foxworth, Sheila Larken, David Arkin, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Fritz Weaver. © 31Mar71; LP40422.

The truth, the whole truth, and anything else that works. Credits: Writer, E. Arthur Kean. © 24Feb71; LP40418.

The view from the top. Telecast: Mar. 24, 1971. Credits: Producer, Harold Gast; director, Leo Penn; writer, John W. Bloch. Cast: Robert Foxworth, Sheila Larken, David Arkin, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Steve Forrest. © 17Mar71; LP40420.

Yesterday is but a dream. Telecast: Mar. 31, 1971. Credits: Producer, Harold Gast; director, Jerry Thorpe; writer, Tony Lawrence. Cast: Robert Foxworth, Gerald O’Loughlin, Lee Grant, John Vernon, Ivor Francis. © 24Mar71; LP40421.

THE MEN FROM SHILOH. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 80 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

The Angus killer. Credits: Producer, John Choy; director, Jeff Hayden; writers, Edward DeBlasio & Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: Van Johnson, Dina Merrill, Ruth Roman, Chill Wills, James Drury. © 10Feb71; LP40491.

The animal. Credits: Producer, John Choy; director, Don McDougall; writer, James Nenzies. Cast: Rudy Ramos, Lee Majors, Chuck Connors, Katherine Crawford, Andy Devine. © 20Jan71; LP40490.

The best man. Credits: Producer, Glen Larson; director, Russ Mayberry; writer, Leslie Stevens. Cast: Doug McClure, Desi Arnaz, James Farentino, Katy Jurado, Mario Alcalde. © 23Sep70; LP40496.

Crooked corner. Credits: Director, Herbert Hirschman; writer, Harry Kronman. Cast: Susan Strasberg, Kurt Kasznar, Stewart Granger, Lee Majors, Brock Peters. © 28Oct70; LP40500.

Experiment at New Life. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Jeannot Szwarc; writer, Lois Hire. Cast: Vera Miles, Sue Lyon, Ralph Meeker, James Drury, Chris Robinson. © 18Nov70; LP40504.

Flight from memory. Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, Holly Morse; writers, Jean Holloway & Gene L. Coon. Cast: Burgess Meredith, Tisha Sterling, Stewart Granger, Robert Fuller. © 17Feb71; LP40489.

Follow the leader. Credits: Producer & writer, Leslie Stevens; director, Richard Benedict. Cast: Tony Franciosa, Doug McClure, Stewart Granger, Harry Carey, Jr., Frank Gorshin. © 2Dec70; LP40505.

Gun quest. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Harry Harris; writer, Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: James Drury, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead, Anne Francis, Brandon de Wilde. © 21Oct70; LP40499.

Hannah. Credits: Producer, Glen A. Larson; director, Jack Arnold; writer, True Boarman. Cast: Lisa Gerritsen, Doug McClure, J. D. Cannon, Susan Oliver, Peter Breck. © 30Dec70; LP40507.

Jenny. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Harry Harris; writer, Arthur Heineman. Cast: Janet Leigh, James Drury, John Ireland, Charles Drake, Joanne Harris. © 30Sep70; LP40497.

Jump-up. Credits: Writer, Ron Bishop. Cast: John McGiver, Lee Majors, Jan Sterling, John Astin, Madlyn Rhue. © 24Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP40378.

Lady at the bar. Credits: Producer & writer, Leslie Stevens; director, Russ Mayberry. Cast: Greer Garson, Doug McClure, E. G. Marshall, James Whitmore, Ken Tobey. © 4Nov70; LP40501.

Last of the Comancheros. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Michael Caffey; writer, Don Tait. Cast: Stewart Granger, Ricardo Montalban, James Gregory, Beth Brickell, Carlos Romero. © 9Dec70; LP40506.

The legacy of Spencer Flats. Credits: Producer, Glen A. Larson; director, Russ Mayberry; script, B. W. Sandefur. Cast: Ann Sothern, Edgar Buchanan, Brad Dillman, Carolyn Jones, Doug McClure. © 27Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40376.

The mysterious Mr. Tate. Credits: Producer, Herbert Hirschman; director, Abner Biberman; writer, Jean Holloway. Cast: Lee Majors, Stewart Granger, Robert Webber, Dane Clark, Annette O’Toole. © 14Oct70; LP40498.

Nan Allen. Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, Jeff Hayden; writer, Dick Nelson. Cast: Stewart Granger, Diane Baker, E. G. Marshall, Tom Skeritt, Arch Johnson. © 6Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40374.

The politician. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Michael Caffey; writer, Robert Van Scoyk. Cast: James Drury, William Windom, Diana Muldaur, John Ericson, Jean Hale. © 13Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40375.

The price of the hanging. Credits: Producer, Herbert Hirschman; director, Mark Daniels; writer, Frank Chase. Cast: Lee Majors, Lew Ayres, Jane Wyatt, Tom Tryon, Stewart Granger. © 11Nov70; LP40503.

The regimental line. Credits: Producer, Edward J. Montagne; director, Hollingsworth Morse; writer, Gene L. Coon. Cast: Stewart Granger, John Saxon, Eric Christmas, Bert Freed, Eddie Little Sky. © 3Mar71; LP40493.

Tate: ramrod. Credits: Producer, John Choy; director, Marc Daniels; writer, Arthur Browne, Jr. Cast: Lee Majors, Michael Burns, Craig Stevens, Alan Hale, Jr., Joan Harris. © 24Feb71; LP40492.

The town killer. Credits: Producer, Norman Macdonnell; director, Harry Harris; writer, Elroy Schwartz. Cast: Peter Lawford, James Drury, Brenda Benet, Howard Duff, Lloyd Bocher. © 10Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP40377.

The West vs. Colonel MacKenzie. Credits: Producer, Herbert Hirschman; directors, Murray Golden & Herbert Hirschman; writer, Jean Holloway. Cast: Stewart Granger, James Drury, Doug McClure, Lee Majors, John McLiam. © 16Sep70; LP40495.

With love, bullets & valentines. Credits: Producer & writer, Glen Larson; director, Philip Leacock. Cast: Art Carney, Tom Ewell, Deborah Walley, Jack Albertson, Doug McClure. © 7Nov70; LP40502.

Wolf track. Credits: Producer, Herbert Hirschman; director, Abner Biberman; writer, Arthur Browne, Jr. Cast: Stewart Granger, Julie Harris, Clint Howard, Pernell Roberts, Arthur O’Connell. © 17Mar71; LP40494.

MENDELIAN GENETICS. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

MERCHANT AND THE JINNI. See

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS: THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.

MESSAGE FROM GOD (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 2 filmstrips on 1 roll, color, 35 mm. A Communico production.

Contents: Getting the message. 16 fr.--Will someone plant my flowers fair? 27 fr.

Credits: Words, Ronald J. Schlegel; music, Anne Griller; photographer, Bob Bell/Communico; artist, Randy Heidepriem/Communico; optical effects, Rich Eskew.

© Concordia Pub. House; 28Apr72; JP14013.

METRIC SYSTEM: DECIMAL CALCULATING. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22881.

METRIC SYSTEM: ENGLISH & METRIC LENGTHS. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22882.

METRIC SYSTEM: ENGLISH & METRIC WEIGHT & VOLUME. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22883.

METRIC SYSTEM: HISTORY OF MEASUREMENT. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22879.

METRIC SYSTEM: ITS ADVANTAGES. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22880.

METRIC SYSTEM: LONG LENGTHS. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22885.

METRIC SYSTEM: REVIEW & TEST: GENERAL USE. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22890.

METRIC SYSTEM: REVIEW & TEST: PREFIXES. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22889.

METRIC SYSTEM: REVIEW & TEST: UNITS & READINGS. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22888.

METRIC SYSTEM: SHORT LENGTHS. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22884.

METRIC SYSTEM: VOLUME. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22887.

METRIC SYSTEM: WEIGHT. Stanley Works, Stanley Tools Educational Dept. Made by Visual Instruction Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22886.

METROMATIC. Peach Enterprises. 4 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: Merlin Peck. © Peach Enterprises, Inc.; 1Oct71; MP22300.

MICROMETERS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

MICROSCOPE. See

BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Midland Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Approx. 60 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Midland Federal Savings & Loan Assn.

Autumn. © 15Dec71; LP40440.

Gold watch. © 1Dec71; LP40441.

The retireds. © 1Dec71; LP40442.

Spring. © 15Dec71; LP40436.

Summer. © 15Dec71; LP40435.

Sunshine life. © 1Dec71; LP40437.

Winter. © 15Dec71; LP40438.

Young marrieds. © 1Dec71; LP40439.

MIDNIGHT SNACK. Genco Productions. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Gene Pressman.

Cast: Glenn Candee, Gene Pressman, Andrew Wank, Jon Pizzarello, Lena Velarde.

© Genco Productions, Inc.; 27May72; LP40879.

MIKE’S HIPPIE FRIENDS COME TO VISIT. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

MIKE’S MYSTERIOUS SON. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

MIKE’S PROBLEM. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

MILBANK, SOUTH DAKOTA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 41.

MIND-ALTERING DRUGS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 87.

MINER’S RIDGE. Sierra Club. Made by Dawson Productions. Distributed by Sierra Club Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Script, Rolf Russell; narrator, Marvin Miller; music, Jerome Neff; photographer, Glen Denny; editor, Sheri Espar.

© Sierra Club; 21Jun71 (in notice: 1970); MP22443.

MINING AND INDUSTRY. See

SEEING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X214–A-X214–F: Me, you and us. 60 fr.--Him, her and them. 69 fr.--Them and us. 59 fr.--Being alike and being different. 56 fr.--Faster, bigger and smarter. 58 fr.--I hate you! 52 fr.

Credits: General editor, Garry H. Meyers; senior photographer, John H. Hopkins.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13819, 13853, 13839, 13937, 13872, 13846.

MINSTER STAMPING CENTER. Minster Machine Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Minster Machine Co.; 7May71; MP22100.

MISSION TO EUROPE. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

THE MISSOURI RIVER: BACKGROUND FOR SOCIAL STUDIES. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Thomas Frank Barton.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Dec71; MP22379.

[MR. POINTER SERIES] (Filmstrip) Richard P. Toister. 3 filmstrips (17 fr. each), color, 16 mm. A Programmed Learning Systems production. © Richard P. Toister; 6Jun72; JU13097.

MRS. DJINN DJINN. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 131.

MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

THE MIXED ECONOMY OF THE UNITED STATES. Doubleday Multimedia. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Doubleday Multimedia, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 9Dec71; MP22614.

THE MOD PARTY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 61.

MODEL 1070 (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 175 fr., color, 16 mm. (Sight/sound training) © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13046.

MODEL 3111 FAN SCALE (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 61 fr., color, 16 mm. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13045.

MODEL 3180 (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 80 fr., color, 16 mm. (Sight/sound training) Appl. ti. Model 3180 fan scale. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13047.

MODEL 3400 DOUBLE RATIO COUNTING SCALE, LESSON NO. 8. See

SIGHT SOUND TRAINING: TOLEDO SCALE.

MODELS FOR SMALL GROUP INSTRUCTION. Educational Coordinates. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc.; 1Jan71; MP22507.

MODERN PORTUGUESE (Filmstrip) Modern Language Assn. 20 filmstrips on 4 rolls. Appl. ti.: Filmstrips for modern Portuguese. © Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.; 5Oct71; JP13686.

MODERNIZATION THROUGH HUMAN POWER. International Communication Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (China) Appl. author: Doubleday Multimedia, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc. © International Communication Films, division of Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 8Jul69; MP22617.

MONEY AND BANKING (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 69 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14039.

MONEY: HOW IT FUNCTIONS. Coronet Instructional Films. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. 2d ed. of What is money? © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 16Jul71; MP22144.

MONEY: HOW ITS VALUE CHANGES. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Jul71; MP22143.

THE MONEY SUPPLY AND FEDERAL RESERVE CONTROLS. Coe College. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coe College; 9Mar72; MU8423.

MONEY WELL SPENT. See

CONSUMER STUDIES.

THE MONKEY AND THE CRAB. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

THE MOONBEAM PRINCESS. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

MOOTI, CHILD OF NEW INDIA. See

HINDU VILLAGE BOY.

MORE THAN COFFEE AND DONUTS. American National Red Cross. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Lorne Greene.

© American National Red Cross; 19Nov71; MP22205.

MORNING CARE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 4.

MORNING ZOO. Filmfair Communications. Distributed by Trend Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 28Feb72; MP22349.

MOTEL MANAGERS TRAINING SCHOOL. Diversified Management Systems Corp. Approx. 1 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Diversified Management Systems Corp.

69–1–-69–2. © 18Feb72; MU8394–8395.

70–1–-70–3. © 18Feb72; MU8396–8398.

MOTHER. Beverly Yurtis. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Beverly Yurtis; 22Oct71; LP40367.

MOTHER GOES GREEK. See

HOLIDAY IN GREECE.

A MOTHER GOOSE MEDLEY. Kayfetz-Edutec Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Kayfetz-Edutec; 23Sep71; MP22102.

MOTHER IN THE MIRROR. See

JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.

MOTHER’S DAY SURPRISE. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION--BASIC LIGHTING. Eastman Kodak Co. 1 reel, sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 2Dec70; MP22151.

MOTION PICTURE SCRAPBOOK. See

THOSE WERE THE DAYS.

THE MOUTH I LIVE IN, THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A TOOTH (Filmstrip) Colgate-Palmolive Co. 56 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. states prev. reg., JP11921. NM: revision. © Colgate-Palmolive Co.; 10Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13697.

MOVEMENTS OF THE EYES AND TONGUE: SOMATIC MOTOR SYSTEM. Teaching Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The anatomical basis of brain function) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 15May72; MU8452.

THE MOVIE MURDERER. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Arthur Kennedy, Robert Webber, Tom Selleck, Warren Oates, Norma Crane.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 31Jan70; LP40581.

MOVIN’ ON. Douglas S. Cramer Co. & Edling Productions. 60 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Screen Gems.

Credits: Producer, Jerome Courtland.

Cast: Patrick Wayne, Geoffrey Duel.

© Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.; 17Mar72; LP40752.

THE MOVING FINGER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 9.

MUG YOU CAN TRUST. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Indiana State Library. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Calvin production. © Indiana State Library; 10Apr72; MP22567.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 2. Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22357.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 3. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22358.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 6. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22359.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 7. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22360.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 8. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22361.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 9. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Third level series) Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22293.

MULTIVIBRATORS, ASTABLE. Thomas M. Adams. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thomas M. Adams; 1Oct71; MP22112.

THE MURDER OF FRED HAMPTON. MGA. 83 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. NM: compilation & additions. © MGA, Inc.; 28Apr71; LP40379.

MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE. American International Productions (England) 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe.

Cast: Christine Kaufmann, Jason Robards, Adolfo Celi, Maria Perschy, Herbert Lom.

© American International Productions (England) Ltd.; 14Jul71; LP40319.

MURPH COLLINS VERSUS TOMORROW. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: SS–840–-SS–847: Symbols in music. 50 fr.--Rhythm in music. 46 fr.--Melody in music. 42 fr.--Form and harmony in music. 47 fr.--Musical instruments, strings/woodwinds. 43 fr.--Musical instruments, brass/percussion. 47 fr.--Let’s make music. 49 fr.--Humor in music. 45 fr.

Credits: Author, Harriet G. Mertz.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 1Aug71; JP14008.

MUSIC TO LIVE BY. McGraw-Hill Films. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The humanities series) Produced in collaboration with Cinemakers. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 12Oct71; MP22876.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, BRASS/PERCUSSION. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS/WOODWINDS. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

MUSTARD MAN. See

GUESS WHERE WE WENT TODAY.

THE MUSTARD SEED AND THE LEAVEN. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

MUTATION AND ISOLATION. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

MY DOUBLE-CROSSING MASTER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 84.

MY EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT. See

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT.

MY FRIENDS AND FOLLOWERS. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

MY GRANDPA DIED TODAY. Videorecord Corp. of America. 8 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent; music, John Gilbert; illus. by Stewart Kranz.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22688.

MY GREATEST WORK. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

MY HERO. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 2.

MY INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MASTER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 54.

MY LAND AND MY PEOPLE. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

MY MASTER. For titles beginning with My Master See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE.

MY NAME IS JESUS (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 10 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 10 teacher’s guides.

Contents: Episode no. 1–10: My land and my people. 34 fr.--Shepherds and wise men. 34 fr.--Growing up. 37 fr.--Deciding for myself. 35 fr.--My friends and followers. 35 fr.--Signs and wonders. 35 fr.--Building on the rock. 35 fr.--Turning toward Jerusalem. 35 fr.--My greatest work. 35 fr.--I am risen and with you. 34 fr.

Credits: Research, script & teacher’s guide, Helen G. Cohan & Elizabeth M. Fowkes; illustrations, Phillippe Joudiou.

Appl. author: Maison de la Bonne Presse.

© Roa’s Films; 31Mar72; JP14058.

MY POOR MASTER, THE CIVILIAN. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 51.

MY SISTER, THE HOMEWRECKER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 125.

MY SON, THE GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 74.

MY SWEET CHARLIE. Universal City Studios. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel & play by David Westheimer. Produced in association with Bob Banner Associates.

Cast: Patty Duke, Al Freeman, Jr., Ford Rainey.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 20Jan70 (in notice: 1969); LP40568.

MY TURNED ON MASTER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 65.

MY WILD-EYED MASTER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 35.

MY WORLD; MY LUCK (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 57 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Doug Weathers; writer, Henry F. Scarpelli; photographer, Alan Breslaw.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13741.

THE MYSTERIOUS DOCTOR X. Frederick A. Lentin. 33 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. © Frederick A. Lentin; 27Apr72; MU8446.

MYSTERIOUS MR. TATE. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

N

NBC WHITE PAPER. National Broadcasting Co. Approx. 51 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © National Broadcasting Co., Inc.

Suffer the little children. Telecast: Jan. 11, 1972. Credits: Producer & reporter, Robert Northshield; director, Fred Flamenhaft; music, The Flying Column & Finbar & Eddie Furey; filmed by Chris Callery; film editors, John Teeple & Jean Venable. © 5Jan72; MP22318.

NEA CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS, 1971 (Filmstrip) National Education Assn. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. With script (1 v.) and phonotape: 1 reel.

Credits: Narrator, Walt Teas; script, Jane Power; photographer, Joe DiDio.

© National Education Assn.; 4Aug71; A292475.

THE NAME OF THE GAME. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 80 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with the NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

All the familiar faces. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Seymour Robbie; writer, Phil Hargrove. Cast: Gene Barry; Michael Constantine, Burgess Meredith, Anne Baxter, Stephen McNally. © 13Nov70; LP40963.

Appointment in Palermo. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Ben Gazzara. Cast: Gene Barry, Brenda Vaccaro, Harry Guardino, Joe DeSantis, Gabe Dell. © 26Feb71; LP40951.

Aquarius descending. From a story by Dick Nelson & Barry Oringer. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove, director, Nick Colasanto; writer, Dick Nelson. Cast: Gene Barry, Arthur Hill, Michael Callan, Brenda Scott, Hermione Gingold. © 11Dec70; LP40967.

The battle at Gannon’s bridge. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Robert Day; writer, Herb Meadow. Cast: Darren McGavin, Keenan Wynn, Joan Blondell, Percy Rodrigues, Robert Stack. © 9Oct70; LP40958.

Beware of the watchdog. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Marvin Chomsky; writer, Jack Turley. Cast: Robert Stack, Richard Kiley, Nancy Olson, Pernell Roberts, Diana Muldaur. © 5Mar71; LP40952.

The broken puzzle. From the story by Barry Oringer. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Alvin Ganzer; writer, Pat Fielder. Cast: Gene Barry, Chuck Connors, Pat Crowley, Charles Aidman, Alex Dreier. © 12Mar71; LP40953.

A capitol affair. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Marvin Chomsky; writer, Richard DeRoy. Cast: Gene Barry, Mercedes McCambridge, Suzanne Pleshette, Larry Hagman, Monte Markham. © 12Feb71; LP40949.

Cynthia is alive and living in Avalon. Credits: Producer & director, Gene Levitt; writer, Ben Masselink. Cast: Robert Culp, Barbara Feldon, Gene Barry, Mickey Rooney, Susan Saint James. © 2Oct70; LP40957.

The enemy before us. Credits: Producer & director, Barry Shear; writer, Joseph Calvelli. Cast: Orson Welles, Martin Balsam, Katina Paxinou, Richard Conte, Tony Franciosa. © 16Oct70; LP40959.

Glory shouter. From a story by Harry Kronman. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Joseph Pevney; writer, Edward DeBlasio. Cast: Robert Stack, William Shatner, Dina Merill, Howard Duff, Jackie Coogan. © 18Dec70; LP40968.

I love you, Billy Baker, pt. 1–2. Credits: Producer & director, Billy Shear; writer, Richard DeRoy. Cast: Sammy Davis, Jr., Tony Franciosa, Janet MacLachlan, Bernie Hamilton, Susan Saint James. © 20Nov70, LP40964; 27Nov70, LP40965.

LA 2017. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Steven Spielberg; writer, Philip Wylie. Cast: Gene Barry, Barry Sullivan, Edmund O’Brien, Sharon Farrell, Severn Darden. © 15Jan71; LP40946.

Little Bear died running. Credits: Producer & director, Gene Levitt; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Robert Culp, Susan Saint James, Dean Jagger, Simon Oakland, Steve Forrest. © 6Nov70; LP40962.

A love to remember. From a story by Richard Bluel. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Nick Colasanto; writer, Dick Nelson. Cast: Ray Milland, Gene Barry, Lee Grant, Tom Bosley, Joanna Moore. © 25Sep70; LP40956.

The man who killed a ghost. Credits: Producer, Alan Armer; director, Barry Shear; writer, Ken Trevey. Cast: Robert Wagner, Janet Leigh, Kim Stanley, Lex Barker, Lurene Tuttle. © 29Jan71; LP40947.

The savage eye. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Leo Penn; writer, Leon Tokatyan. Cast: Robert Stack, Susan Saint James, Peter Duel, Jim Hutton, Marianne Hill. © 19Feb71; LP40950.

Seek and destroy. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Robert Day; writer, Richard Landau. Cast: Robert Stack, Leif Erickson, Forrest Tucker, Susan Oliver, John McGiver. © 5Feb71; LP40948.

The showdown. From a story by Robert Sabaroff. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Dan Petrie; writer, Dick Nelson. Cast: Gene Barry, Jessica Walter, Warren Oates, Albert Salmi, Jack Albertson. © 19Mar71; LP40954.

A Sister from Napoli. Credits: Producer & director, Barry Shear; writers, Allan Fields, Stanley Adams, George F. Slavin. Cast: Peter Falk, Geraldine Page, David Wayne, Angel Tompkins, Tom Ewell. © 8Jan71; LP40945.

So long baby, and amen. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Marvin Chomsky; writer, Steven Bochco. Cast: Robert Stack, Robert Finch, Julie Harris, Sal Mineo, Laurie Prange. © 18Sep70; LP40955.

The time is now. Credits: Producer, Dean Hargrove; director, Nick Colasanto; writer, Wanda Coleman. Cast: Yaphet Kotto, Gene Barry, Rosco Lee Browne, Jack Klugman, William Windom. © 23Oct70; LP40960.

The war merchants. Credits: Producer, George Eckstein; director, Boris Sagal; writer, William Gordon. Cast: Robert Wagner, Scott Brady, Robert Stack, Rosemary Forsyth, Frank Aletter. © 30Oct70; LP40961.

Why I blew up Dakota. Producer, George Eckstein; director, John Newland, writer, Ken Trevey. Cast: Robert Stack, Jose Ferrer, Clu Gulager, Roddy McDowall, Carolyn Jones. © 4Dec70; LP40966.

NAN ALLEN. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 31.

NATION DIVIDED. See

THE CIVIL WAR.

NATMUS. Gerald Hagner. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Gerald Hagner; 6May71; MP22479.

NATURAL SELECTION. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

THE NATURE OF SPACE (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 89 fr., color, 35 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13610.

NATURE OF THE ENEMY. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

NATURE’S CURES. Dade County School Board. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 21Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22384.

NAUVOO, ILLINOIS. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 35.

THE NEIGHBORLY THING TO DO (Filmstrip) American Cancer Society. Made by Admaster. 116 fr., color, 35 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 16Dec70; JP13654.

THE NEON CEILING. Universal City Studios. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, William Sackheim; director, Frank Pierson; writers, Carol Sobieski & Henri Simoun; music, William Goldenberg; director of photography, Edward Rosson; film editor, Robert F. Shugrue.

Cast: Gig Young, Lee Grant, Denise Nickerson, Herb Edelman, William Smithers.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 6Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40827.

NERVOUS SYSTEMS IN ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22135.

THE NETHERLANDS: BLUEPRINT FOR AN URBAN SOCIETY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. 2d ed. of People of the Netherlands. Produced with the assistance of Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 11Sep57, MP8696. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 21Oct71; MP22208.

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES (Filmstrip) Decision Media. 7 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 14001–14007: Establishing the baseline. 110 fr.--Coma. 97 fr.--Seizure. 99 fr.--Head injury. 92 fr.--Hemiplegia. 81 fr.--Spinal cord injury. 133 fr.--Post-craniotomy. 127 fr.

© Decision Media, Inc.; 20Mar72; JP13807–13808, 13805–13804, 13806, 13809, 13803.

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES. See

CASE STUDY.

NEVER PUT A GENIE ON A BUDGET. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 127.

THE NEVER SAY DIE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

NEVER TRY TO OUTSMART A GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 19.

THE NEW DEAL. McGraw-Hill Films & Project 7. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. NM: compilation & addition. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22655.

NEW DIRECTIONS. See

THE FUTURE OF THE FAMILY.

NEW DOCTORS. See

THE BOLD ONES.

NEW HARMONY: AN EXAMPLE AND A BEACON. Indiana University Audio-Visual Center. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, writer, editor, Ledford C. Carter; location cameraman, Philip Stockton; animation cameraman, Walter Niekamp; graphic artist, Lynda Silver.

© Indiana University; 8Dec71; MP22292.

NEW HOME. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

THE NEW MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM (Filmstrip) M. Robert Dortch. 73 fr., color, 35 mm. © M. Robert Dortch; 1May72; JP14133.

NEW WORTH. See

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: NET WORTH.

NEWARK RIOT (1967) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 311) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22416.

NEWTON’S SECOND LAW OF MOTION. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

NEWTON’S THIRD LAW OF MOTION. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA. Horizon Pictures. England. Released by Columbia Pictures. 187 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the book by Robert K. Massie.

Credits: Producer, Sam Spiegel; director, Franklin J. Schaffner; screenplay, James Goldman; music, Richard Rodney Bennett; director of photography, Freddie Young; film editor, Ernest Walter.

Cast: Michael Jayston, Janet Suzman, Harry Andrews, Tom Baker, Michael Bryant.

© Horizon Pictures, Inc.; 29Nov71; LP40525.

NIGHT GALLERY. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. (Four-in-one) Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

The dead man; The housekeeper. Credits: Series producer, Jack Laird. The dead man; directed & adapted by Douglas Heyes from the short story by Fritz Lieber. The housekeeper; director, John Meredyth Lucas; writer, Matthew Howard. Cast: Carl Betz, Jeff Corey, Louise Sorel, Larry Hagman, Suzy Parker. © 16Dec70; LP40836.

The house; Certain shadows on the wall. Credits: Producer, Jack Laird. The house; based on story by Andre Maurois; director, John Astin. Certain shadows on the wall; based on story by Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman; director, Jeff Corey. Cast: Joanna Pettet, Steve Franken, Louise Hayward, Agnes Moorehead, Grayson Hall. © 30Dec70; LP40838.

The last laurel; They’re tearing down Tim Riley’s bar. Credits: The last laurel; director, Daryl Duke; writer, Rod Serling, based on the short story The horsehair trunk, by Davis Grubb. They’re tearing down Tim Riley’s bar; director, Don Taylor; writer, Rod Serling. Cast: Jack Cassidy, Martine Beswick, William Windom, Diane Baker, Bert Convy. © 20Jan71; LP40841.

Make me laugh; Clean kills and other trophies. Credits: Series producer, Jack Laird. Make me laugh; director, Steven Spielberg. Clean kills and other trophies; director, Walter Doniger. Cast: Godfrey Cambridge, Tom Bosley, Jackie Vernon, Raymond Massey, Barry Brown. © 6Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40839.

Pamela’s voice; Lone survivor; The doll. Credits: Series producer, Jack Laird. Pamela’s voice; director, Richard Benedict. Lone survivor; director, Gene Levitt. The doll; writer, Rod Serling, based on the short story by Algernon Blackwood. Cast: Phyllis Diller, John Astin, John Colicos, John Williams, Shani Wallis. © 13Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40840.

Room with a view; The little black bag; The nature of the enemy. Credits: Series producer, Jack Laird. Room with a view; director, Jerry Freedman; story & teleplay, Hal Dresner. The little black bag; director, Jeannot Szwarc; from a teleplay by Rod Serling based on a story by K. M. Kornbluth. The nature of the enemy; director, Alan Reisner; writer, Rod Serling. Cast: Joseph Wiseman, Burgess Meredith, Chill Wills, Joseph Campanella, Richard Van Vleet. © 23Dec70; LP40837.

NIGHT VIRGINIA CITY DIED. See

BONANZA.

THE NIGHTCOMERS. Scimitar Productions. Released by Avco Embassy Pictures Corp. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Kastner Ladd Kanter Scimitar production. From The turn of the screw, by Henry James.

Credits: Producer & director, Michael Winner; writer, Michael Hastings; music composer & conductor, Jerry Fielding; director of photography, Robert Paynter; film editor, Frederick Wilson.

Cast: Marlon Brando, Stephanie Beacham, Thora Hird, Harry Andrews, Verna Harvey.

Appl. author: Belgravia Productions, Inc.

© Avco Embassy Pictures Corp.; 15Feb72; LP40881.

1972 CARS: LOW SPEED CRASH COSTS. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 26 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; 19Nov71; MP22123.

1972 DODGE AND CHEVROLET LIGHT DUTY TRUCKS. See

LOAD OF DIFFERENCE.

1972 SEAT BELT WARNING SYSTEM (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 81 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–5) © Chrysler Corp.; 21Feb72; JP13782.

NO GAME FOR AMATEURS. See

IRONSIDE.

NO MAN’S LAND (HELL ON EARTH) Maurice H. Zouary. Released by Filmvideo Releasing Corp. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35 mm.

Credits: director, Victor Trivas; story, Leonhard Frank & Victor Trivas; music, Hanns Eisler; main titles designed, Maurice H. Zouary.

Cast: Vladimir Sokoloff, Ernst Busch, Louis Douglas, George Paclet, Hugh Douglas.

NM: additions & revision.

© Maurice H. Zouary/Filmvideo Releasing Corp.; 20Oct71; MP22125.

NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority. Made by Studio Four. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority; 24May72; MP22892.

NOBODY LOVES A FAT ASTRONAUT. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 109.

NOEL’S GONNA FLY. See

IRONSIDE.

NONE. See

[THE FOOL]

NORMAN GESKE. ETS Program Service. Made by KUON. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Ron Nicodemus; music, Robert Beadell; photographer, Denny Hardt.

© ETS Program Service; 8Feb72; MU8413.

NORTH AMERICA: ITS COASTLINES. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Hibberd V. B. Kline, Jr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 20Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22633.

NORTH AMERICA: ITS MOUNTAINS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Hibberd V. B. Kline, Jr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Jan72; MP22630.

NORTH AMERICA: ITS PLAINS AND PLATEAUS. Coronet Instructional Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Hibberd V. B. Kline, Jr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 20Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22632.

NORTH AMERICA: ITS RIVERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Hibberd V. B. Kline, Jr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 3Jan72; MP22631.

THE NORTH END. Patricia Lee. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Patricia Lee; 2Dec71; MU8387.

NORTHEAST OF SEOUL. RHR. 100 min., sd., color and b&w, 35 mm. Appl. author: Paul C. Ross. © RHR, Ltd.; 31Jan72; LU3622.

NOTES AND INTERVALS. See

SOUND.

NOUNS. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

NOW. See

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS.

ALASKA: END OF THE LAST FRONTIER.

ANATOMY OF YOUTH.

THE EYE OF THE STORM.

THE PRECIOUS YEARS.

WOMEN’S LIBERATION.

NOW AND THEN. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 1.

THE NOW EMPLOYEE. Gulf Pub. Co. & Multimedia Co. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, David Nadler.

© Gulf Pub. Co.; 16Nov71; MP22733.

NURSE’S AIDE. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

NURSING AIDS FOR NORMAL ELIMINATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 14.

NURSING CARE PLANS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 93.

NURSING OBSERVATION AND NURSING CARE DURING INTRAVENOUS THERAPY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 40.

NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES.

For titles beginning with Nursing responsibilities See DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY.

NUTRITION: ENERGY, CARBOHYDRATES, FATS AND PROTEINS, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 75–76.

NUTRITION: MINERALS AND VITAMINS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 77.

NUTRITION: PSYCHOSOCIAL AND PHYSIOLOGIC BASIS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 74.

O

’07 TO THE 70’S: THE STORY OF UPS (Filmstrip) United Parcel Service of America. 115 fr., color, 35 mm. © United Parcel Service of America, Inc.; 1Oct71; JP13987.

OBJECTIVES--A MANAGEMENT TOOL. Schleh Associates. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. © Schleh Associates, Inc.; 1Nov71; MP22148.

OBJECTS AND ENVIRONMENTS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 55 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–B)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13711.

OBJECTS AND FUNCTIONS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 67 fr., color, 35 mm. (Thinking clearly, X–212–C)

Credits: Illustrator, Kenneth W. Mitchell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13843.

OBSERVATION PLUS COMMUNICATION PROVIDE FOR OPTIMUM NURSING INTERVENTION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 26.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22591.

OCEANOGRAPHY (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 11 p.

Contents: How we study waves. 53 fr.--How we study tides. 56 fr.--How we study ocean currents. 55 fr.--How we study the ocean floor. 53 fr.--How we study marine sediments. 47 fr.--How we study marine life.

Credits: Production & script, James C. Clark; educational collaborator, John V. Byrne; photographer, Carl Chamberlin.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 20Jul71; JP13633.

OFFICER TRAINING. See

DEFENSIVE TACTICS II--SHORT BATON.

OH, MY ACHING BACK. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

OH, PROMISE ME. See

GREEN ACRES.

O’HARA, UNITED STATES TREASURY. Mark VII. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Universal Television.

Credits: Producer, Leonard Kaufman; director, Jack Webb; writer, James E. Moser; music composer, William Lava; director of photography, Alric Edens; film editor, Warren H. Adams.

Cast: David Janssen, Lana Wood, Jerome Thor, Gary Crosby, William Conrad.

© Mark VII, Ltd. & Universal City Studios, Inc.; 2Apr71; LP40823.

OHM’S LAW. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

OHM’S LAW FORMULA: E = I X R. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22189.

OHM’S LAW FORMULA: I = E/R. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22191.

OHM’S LAW FORMULA: R = E/I. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22190.

OHM’S LAW THEORY. Pt. 1. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22193.

OHM’S LAW THEORY. Pt. 2. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 1 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22192.

OIL! SPOIL! PATTERNS IN POLLUTION. Sierra Club. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Grant Rohloff; sound, The Dragons.

© Sierra Club; 15Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22637.

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY (Filmstrip) Joseph Mealey & Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 6 records & teachers’ guides.

Contents: The past puzzle. 62 fr.--The trail of tears. 61 fr.--The end of the trail. 71 fr.--The change makers. 69 fr.--Shaping the law. 57 fr.--Five decades of change. 80 fr.

Credits: Writer, Harolyn Westhoff Enis.

Appl. ti.: The Oklahoma story.

© Joseph Mealey & Associates, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP14082.

OLD AND NEW, FAST AND SLOW. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 9.

OLD JAPAN. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

OLD MAN’S PLACE. See

GLORY BOY.

OLMECS. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

ON BEING BLACK (Filmstrip) Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 98 fr.; pt. 2, 96 fr.), color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Joan Troy; script & narration, William H. Grier; project editor, Rosemary Tierney; photography, Ashley James & others.

© Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Inc., solely owned by Times Mirror Co.; 5Jan70; JP13778.

ONCE THERE WERE BLUEBIRDS. FilmFair Communications. Distributed by Trend Films. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 31Dec71; MP22309.

ONCE YOU KISS A STRANGER. Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Suggested by a novel by Patricia Highsmith.

Credits: Producer, Harold A. Goldstein; director, Robert Sparr; screenplay by Frank Norman & Tarloff Katkov; music composer & conductor, Jimmie Fagas; director of photography, Jacques Marquette; film editor, Marjorie Fowler.

Cast: Paul Burke, Carol Lynley, Martha Hyer, Peter Lind Hayes, Philip Carey.

© Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.; 1Dec69; LP40875.

ONE AMERICAN. See

MEN AT LAW.

ONE DAY AT BEAR CUT. Dade County School Board. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 26Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22642.

ONE IS A LONELY NUMBER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A David L. Wolper production. Based upon a story written by Rebecca Morris.

Credits: Producer, Stan Margulies; director, Mel Stuart; screenplay, David Seltzer; music, Michel Legrand; director of photography, Michel Hugo; film editor, David Saxon.

Cast: Trish Van Devere, Monte Markham, Janet Leigh, Melvin Douglas, Jane Elliot.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 23Mar72; LP40527.

ONE JEANNIE BEATS FOUR OF A KIND. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 138.

ONE LITTLE GIRL. Videorecord Corp. of America. 6 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.) Visuals adapted from illus. by Jane Smyth.

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; writer, Joan Fassler; narrator, Myra Brent.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22687.

ONE OF OUR BOTTLES IS MISSING. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 50.

ONE OF OUR HOTELS IS GROWING. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 129.

ONE OF OUR ROLLS IS MISSING. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

ONE, TWO, PLOP! King Screen Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Kingdom of Kite) © King Broadcasting Co.; 2Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP22446.

OPERA: MAN, MUSIC AND DRAMA. McGraw-Hill Films. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Humanities series) Produced in collaboration with Cinemakers. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22440.

OPERATION: FIRST COUPLE ON THE MOON. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 86.

OPIATES: WHAT ARE NARCOTICS. See

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD.

OPTICAL ILLUSIONS. Pt. 2 (Filmstrip) Visual Sciences. 34 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Gerrit C. Zwart. © Gerrit C. Zwart d.b.a. Visual Sciences (in notice: Gerrit C. Zwart); 27May66; JP13678.

OPTICAL TECHNICIAN. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

OPTOMETRIC ASSISTANT. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

ORDERING EVENTS BY TIME. See

MEASURING.

THE ORGANIZATION. Mirisch Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 107 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the character created by John Ball.

Credits: Producer, Walter Mirisch; director, Don Medford; screenplay, James R. Webb; music, Gil Melle; director of photography, Joseph Biroc; film editor, Ferris Webster.

Cast: Sidney Poitier, Barbara McNair, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Sheree North, Fred Beir.

© Mirisch Productions, Inc.; 20Oct71; LP40484.

ORIENTATION TO REHABILITATION. See

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY.

ORTHOTICS.

PHYSICAL THERAPY.

PROSTHETICS.

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY.

SOCIAL SERVICE.

SPEECH SERVICES.

THE ORIGIN OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM (Filmstrip) Creation-Science Research Center. 136 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 1 v.

Credits: Narrator, John G. Read.

© John G. Read; 21Dec71; A306411.

ORONDO, WASHINGTON. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 45.

ORTHO/GRAPHICS (Filmstrip) Perfection Form Co. 4 filmstrips (23 fr. each), color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s manual, 1 v. © Perfection Form Co.; 15Mar71; JP13582.

ORTHOTICS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22594.

OSCAR ROBERTSON PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

OSMOSIS AND FLUID COMPARTMENTS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 35.

THE OSPREY, THE TROUT. See

STORIES OF ANIMALS WHICH SHARE AN ENVIRONMENT.

THE OTHER IS ME (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 53 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Doug Weathers; writer, Henry F. Scarpelli; photographer, Alan Breslaw.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13740.

THE OTHER MAN. Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a novel by Margaret Lynn.

Cast: Roy Thinnes, Arthur Hill, Joan Hackett, Tammy Grimes, Rudolfo Hoyos.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 16Oct70 (in notice: 1969); LP40578.

OUR FILMSTRIP (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 11 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Don Shigaki. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13676.

OUR HUMAN RESOURCES. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

OUR MAN IN PARIS. See

MCCLOUD.

OUR ROUND EARTH: HOW IT CHANGES. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Nov71; MP22140.

OUR ROUND EARTH: ITS ATMOSPHERE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 24Sep71; MP22139.

OUR ROUND EARTH: ITS LAND. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 27Sep71; MP22138.

OUR ROUND EARTH: ITS WATERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 20Oct71; MP22152.

OUR ROUND EARTH: WHAT IT’S LIKE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 22Sep71; MP22137.

OUR TOTEM IS THE RAVEN. King Screen Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 16Feb72; MP22401.

OUT OF HANDS. King Screen Productions. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 23May72; MP22853.

OVERCOMING SALES RESISTANCE BY PHONE. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

OVERHEAD PIPE RACK FIRES. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8442.

THE OVERVIEW. Educational Division of Houghton Mifflin Co. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Houghton Mifflin reading program, 1) © Houghton Mifflin Co.; 20Jan72; MP22438.

AN OVERVIEW. See

TEACHING THE READ SYSTEM, A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS.

THE OWL AND THE PUSSY-CAT. Weston Woods Studios. 3 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the poem by Edward Lear. Appl. author: Morton Schindel. © Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 31Dec71; LP40380.

OYSTERS, CLAMS AND MUSSELS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

P

PBP PATIENT EDUCATION FILMS, ITEM NO. LB–17. See

BRUSHING.

PBP PATIENT EDUCATION FILMS, ITEM NO. LB–18. See

FLOSSING.

PAMELA’S VOICE. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

PAMPER. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

PANTHER IN A CAGE. See

THE BOLD ONES.

PAOLO SOLERI. ETS Program Service. Made by KAET. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Dorrit Cox; music, Grant Fletcher; cinematographer-editor, Jim Welch.

© ETS Program Service; 11Feb72; MU8416.

PAPER CONSTRUCTION. ACI Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Rediscovery: art media) © ACI Productions, Inc.; 11Jun67; MP22565.

PAPER MACHE. ACI Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Rediscovery: art media) © ACI Productions, Inc.; 30Apr67; MP22560.

PAR FOR THE COURSE. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 11 teacher’s guides.

Contents: Episode: 1. The sower. 34 fr.-–2. The father’s love. 44 fr.-–3. Pt. 1: The lost sheep. 19 fr.; pt. 2: The good employer. 28 fr.-–4. Pt. 1: The wheat and the weeds. 23 fr.; pt. 2: The mustard seed and the leaven. 19 fr.-–5. The great supper. 35 fr.-–6. The ten maidens. 35 fr.-–7. The talents. 32 fr.-–8. The good Samaritan. 37 fr.

Credits: Research, script & teaching guides, Sister M. Johnice, I.H.M. & Sister M. Elizabeth, I.H.M.; illus. by Phillippe Joudiou & Frans Van Lamsweerde.

Appl. author: La Maison de la Bonne Presse.

© Roa’s Films; 15May66; JP14056.

PARALLEL CIRCUITS. Pt. 1: Current. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22196.

PARALLEL CIRCUITS. Pt. 2: Voltage. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22195.

PARALLEL CIRCUITS. Pt. 3: Resistance. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.: 30Sep71; MP22194.

PARIS 7000. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

Call me Lee. Credits: Director, Jeannot Szwarc; teleplay, Guerdon Trueblood & John Wilder. Cast: George Hamilton, Barbara Anderson, Brenda Benet, Jacques Aubuchon, Gene Raymond. © 5Feb70; LP40364.

Journey to nowhere. Credits: Director, Michael Caffey; teleplay, Paul Playdon & Michael Gleason. Cast: George Hamilton, Diane Baker, Steve Ihnat, John Van Dreelen, William Wintersole. © 12Feb70; LP40365.

To cage a lion. Credits: Director, James Neilson; teleplay, Gene L. Coon & John Wilder. Cast: George Hamilton, Leif Erickson, Gene Raymond, Jacques Aubuchon, Keye Luke. © 19Feb70; LP40366.

A PASSING OF TORCHES. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

PASSION OF JESUS. See

THE PASSION TO EASTER STORY OF JESUS.

THE PASSION TO EASTER STORY OF JESUS (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 2 filmstrips in 1 roll, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: The Passion of Jesus. 24 fr.--The Resurrection of Jesus. 26 fr.

Appl. authors: George Pierson, Bill Burnett & Jim Fields. NM: compilation of art owned by Visual Data Corp.

© Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13573.

THE PAST PUZZLE. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

PASTURES OF HELL, See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

PATHOLOGY OF THE CERVIX (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 68 fr.; pt. 2, 60 fr.), color, 35 mm. With manual, 38 p.

Credits: By Ancel U. Blaustein, Frederick Gorstein & Rita Demopoulis.

© W. B. Saunders Co.; 25Apr72; A327736.

PATHWAYS TO MUSIC. See

ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

FROM JAZZ TO ROCK.

PATTERNS IN NATURE. See

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH (Filmstrip) Roa’s Films. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 9 teacher’s guides.

Contents: Episode 1–8: Witnesses in Jerusalem. 50 fr.--Stephen, the first Christian martyr. 42 fr.--The road to Damascus. 41 fr.--Good news to all nations. 44 fr.--Beginnings in Galatia. 43 fr.-Mission to Europe. 54 fr.--Paul turns toward Jerusalem. 49 fr.--Witness in Rome. 57 fr.

Credits: Director, Jack L. Tyler; research, script & teaching guides, Sister M. Johnice, I.H.M. & Sister M. Elizabeth, I.H.M.; artists, David Hanan & Venetia Epler.

© Roa’s Films; 7Feb64; JP14057.

PAUL ENGLE. ETS Program Service. Made by Iowa Educational Broadcasting Network. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Nelson Arrietti.

© ETS Program Service; 8Mar72; MU8415.

PAUL REVERE’S RIDE. See

THE WORD AND THE ECHO.

PAUL TURNS TOWARD JERUSALEM. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

PAUL WEISS, A PHILOSOPHER IN PROCESS. Eric Sherman. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Eric Sherman; 1May72; MP22638.

PAVEMENT MARKINGS. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

PAY FOR PERFORMANCE. Bureau of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22313.

PEASANTS IN SAMARA, U.S.S.R.: 1921. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 367) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22255.

PEDESTRIAN AND DRIVER. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY: A MORPHOLOGIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Audiovisual seminars in pediatrics) With guide, 53 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–3: Red cell series. 40 fr.--White cell series. 28 fr.--Bone marrow disorders. 29 fr.

Credits: By J. Lawrence Naiman.

Appl. states 1st ed.

© W. B. Saunders Co.; 12May72; A336347.

PEOPLE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–E)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13718.

PEOPLE AGAINST DOCTOR CHAPMAN. See

THE BOLD ONES.

PEOPLE AGAINST JUDGE MCINTYRE. See

IRONSIDE.

PEOPLE: DO NOT SPINDLE, FOLD, OR MUTILATE (Filmstrip) Barrett/Yehle Communications. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Session: 1. 130 fr.-–2. 154 fr.-–3. 164 fr.-–4. 165 fr.-–6. 154 fr.-–7. 149 fr.

Appl. author: Dwight H. Barrett.

© Barrett/Yehle Advertising & Public Relations, Inc. d.b.a. Barrett/Yehle Communications; 7May71; JP14073, 14071, 14069, 14072, 14074, 14070.

PEOPLE: DO NOT SPINDLE, FOLD OR MUTILATE. Session 5 (Filmstrip) B/Y Communications. 173 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Dwight H. Barrett. © Barrett/Yehle Advertising & Public Relations, Inc. d.b.a. B/Y Communications a.a.d.o. Barrett/Yehle Communications; 7May71; JP14141.

PEOPLE OF THE NETHERLANDS. See

THE NETHERLANDS: BLUEPRINT FOR AN URBAN SOCIETY.

PERFORMANCE. Goodtimes Enterprises. Released by Warner Bros. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: James Fox, Mick Jagger, Anita Pallenberg, Michele Breton, Johnny Shannon.

© Warner Bros., Inc.; 3Aug70; LP40892.

THE PERFORMING ARTS. McGraw-Hill Films. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Humanities series) Produced in collaboration with Cinemakers. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 23Sep71; MP22439.

PERFORMING THE LUMBAR PUNCTURE. Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons; 5Apr72; MP22605.

THE PERMANENT HOUSE GUEST. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 24.

PERMANENT WAVE. Pt. 1. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The cosmetology series, no. 763) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22871.

PERMANENT WAVE. Pt. 2. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 764) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22717.

PERRY BROTHERS PROMISE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

PERSONAL APPEARANCE. See

[JOB INTERVIEW]

PERSONAL ECONOMIC SECURITY. See

THE AMERICAN ECONOMY SERIES (FILMSTRIP)

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: A LOOK AT BORROWING. Videorecord Corp. of America. 5 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, George Beker.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22543.

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: A LOOK AT BUDGETING. Videorecord Corp. of America. 5 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, George Beker.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22548.

PERSONAL FINANCE, WHAT’S IT WORTH TO YOU: NET WORTH. Videorecord Corp. of America. 5 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, George Beker.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22690.

PERSONALITY. CRM Productions. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) © Communications Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22365.

PERSONNEL DIRECTOR. SEE

[JOB INTERVIEW]

PERSPECTIVE IN ART. See

[ART]

PETER RABBIT & TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER. E.M.I. Films Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 89 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Richard Goodwin; director, Reginald Mills; screen adaptation, Richard Goodwin & Christine Edzard; music, John Lanchbery; choreography, Frederick Ashton.

Cast: Frederick Ashton, Alexander Grant, Ann Howard, Julie Wood, Keith Martin.

© E.M.I. Films Productions, Ltd.; 16Jul71; LP40566.

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

Coach. © 4Oct71; MP22342.

Crawling baby. © 7Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22372.

Essence. © 27Nov71; MP22330.

Expressive male. © 8Nov71; MP22343.

Farmer’s daughter. © 16Nov71; MP22332.

Frog. © 19Oct71; MP22344.

Pamper. © 11Nov71; MP22327.

Polar lab rev. © 26Jul71; MP22331.

Service station. © 28May71; MP22345.

Slow motion. © 6Jul71; MP22333.

PHIL ESPOSITO PROMISES. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE PHILOSOPHY OF REHABILITATION AND ITS APPLICATION, PT. 1–2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 79–80.

PHOTOGRAPHY DARKROOM SERIES. See

CONTACT PRINTING 35MM SLIDES.

DEVELOPING ROLL FILM.

ENLARGING.

LOADING FILM WINDERS.

LOADING STAINLESS STEEL REELS.

LOADING 35MM FILM MAGAZINES.

[PHYSICAL EDUCATION] (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: SS–810–-SS–814: Keeping fit. 41 fr.--Exercises for home and school. 41 fr.--Games for rainy days. 43 fr.--Classroom games. 43 fr.--Games for recess. 41 fr.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 1Jun71; JP13623.

PHYSICAL THERAPY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22590.

PIANO PLAYER. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

A PICTURE FOR HAROLD’S ROOM (Filmstrip) Weston Woods Studios. 63 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Based on the book of the same title by Crockett Johnson. NM: selection & compilation. © on filmstrip; Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 15Oct71; A299316.

A PIECE OF THE ACTION. Coca-Cola Co., Foods Division. Made by Hal Suit & Associates. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coca-Cola Co.; 29Apr72; MP22672.

THE PIED PIPER. Sagittarius Productions. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Goodtimes Enterprises film.

Credits: Producers, David Puttnam & Sanford Lieberson; director, Jacques Demy; story & screenplay, Andrew Birkin, Jacques Demy & Mark Peploe; music, Donovan; photographer, Peter Suschitzky; editor, John Trumper.

Cast: Donovan, Donald Pleasence, Jack Wild, John Hurt, Cathryn Harrison.

© Sagittarius Productions, Inc.; 4Feb72 (in notice: 1971); LP40871.

PIGS AND PIRATES (Filmstrip) Weston Woods Studios. 47 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Based on the book of the same title by Barbara Walker & illustrated by Harold Berson. NM: selection & compilation. © on filmstrip; Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 15Oct71; A299314.

THE PIPELINE TO DISASTER RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

PITCHER FATED GEEEE. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

PLACE OF REPTILES IN NATURE. See

AMERICAN REPTILES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT.

A PLACE TO PLAY. CCM Films & Environmental Action Coalition. Made by Gordon/Glyn Productions. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Gordon/Glyn Productions, Inc.; 24Aug71; MP22322.

PLANET EARTH. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with National Aeronautics & Space Administration. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22274.

PLANET EARTH: CLOSE-UPS. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with National Aeronautics & Space Administration. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22270.

PLANET MARS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in cooperation with National Aeronautics & Space Administration. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22271.

PLANNING. See

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: PLANNING.

PLANT GROWTH REGIONS. No. 635. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, B. L. Ruffner.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22669.

PLANTATION REVOLUTION OF THE 1950’S: PLANTERS, MACHINES AND NEGROES. Pt. 3: The crisis in education (Filmstrip) Louisiana Audio Visuals. 40 fr., color and b&w, 35 mm.

Credits: By Sue Eakin.

© Louisiana Audio Visuals, division of Southern Audio Visuals Corp.; 15Dec71; JP13665.

PLAY CLAY. ACI Films. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (At your fingertips)

Credits: By Peter & Mary Anna Winkler.

© ACI Films, Inc.; 20Jan70; MP22557.

PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM. Apjac Productions. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 85 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the play by Woody Allen.

Credits: Producer, Arthur P. Jacobs; director, Herbert Ross; screenplay, Woody Allen; music, Billy Goldenberg; director of photography, Owen Roizman; film editor, Marion Rothman.

Cast: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Jerry Lacy, Susan Anspach.

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Mar72; LP40869.

THE PLAYER. International Cinema. 104 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Executive/producer, Gordon C. Ogden; writer/director, Thomas De Martini; music, Shorty Rogers; cinematographer/editor, George Gilbert Daugherty.

Cast: Minnesota Fats, Jerry Como, Rae Phillips, Carey Wilmot, Jack Colavita.

© International Cinema, Inc.; 1Jun71; LP40415.

PLEASE DON’T FEED THE ASTRONAUTS. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 81.

PLEASE DON’T GIVE MY JEANNIE NO MORE WINE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 128.

POISON PLANTS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22297.

POISONING, BURNS AND INJURIES TO BONES. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

POLAR LAB REV. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

POLITENESS. See

VALUES.

POLITICAL AND TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

THE POLITICIAN. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

POLLUTION (Filmstrip) Life Filmstrips. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 4–5: The Hudson River, history and ecology. 73 fr.--The Hudson River, causes & results of pollution. 81 fr.

Credits: Prepared by Nancy Genet; technical production, Time-Life Photo Lab.

NM: compilation.

© Time, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13636–13637.

POLLUTION (Filmstrip) Life Filmstrips. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 6–7: An avalanche of trash. 60 fr.--A disposal crisis. 73 fr.

Credits: Prepared by Nancy Genet; technical production, Time-Life Photo Lab.

NM: compilation.

© Time, Inc.; 1Oct71; JP13638–13639.

POLLUTION. Pt. 8: Reclaiming our waste (Filmstrip) Life Filmstrips. 65 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Technical production, Time-Life Photo Lab.

NM: compilation.

© Time, Inc.; 1Oct71; JP13640.

POOR PEOPLES’ CAMPAIGN. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22232.

POPULATION GENETICS. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

POPULATIONS. Centron Educational Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22307.

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Teaching Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8438.

PORTLAND, OREGON. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 49.

THE PORTSMOUTH CONFERENCE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 332) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22236.

POSITIONING. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 12.

THE POSSESSION OF JOEL DELANEY. Incorporated Television Co. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a novel by Ramona Stewart.

Credits: Director, Waris Hussein; screenplay, Matt Robinson & Grimes Grice; music, Joe Raposo; director of photography, Arthur Ornitz; film editor, John Victor Smith.

Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Perry King, Lisa Kohane, David Elliott, Lovelady Powell.

© ITC, Incorporated Television Co., Ltd.; 31Dec71; LP40883.

POSSUM’S STRANGE NAME. See

TALES FOR YOUNG IMAGINATIONS.

POST CRANIOTOMY. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

POUND. Pound Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Floyd L. Peterson; writer & director, Robert Downey.

Cast: Joe Madden, James Green, Mari-Claire Charba, L. Erroll Jaye, Carolyn Cardwell.

© Pound Films, Ltd.; 17Aug70; LP40363.

POWER AND WHEELS: THE AUTOMOBILE IN MODERN LIFE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 22May72; MP22868.

POWER OF LIFE AND DEATH. See

BONANZA.

THE POWER OF POLITE PERSISTENCE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Institute, Marketing Training Dept. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 26Apr72; JP14020.

POWER PLAY. See

THE BOLD ONES.

THE PRECIOUS YEARS. American Broadcasting Companies. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now) A presentation of ABC News. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 8Jun70; MP22391.

PRELUDE TO MUSIC. See

SOUND.

PREPARING FOR FARROWING. A.S.6, Pace Productions. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc.; 1Feb71 (in notice: 1970); MP22679.

PREPARING FOR VARIABLE MODULAR SCHEDULING. Educational Coordinates. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. © Educational Coordinates, Inc.; 16Oct70; MP22504.

PREPARING MICROSCOPE SLIDES I. See

BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

PREPARING MICROSCOPE SLIDES II. See

BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE TENSE (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13957.

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: TOO MUCH POWER? Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Concept Films. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Commentary, Hubert H. Humphrey.

Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: script & additional cinematography.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Feb72; MP22869.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1924. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 357) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22251.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1928. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 364) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22253.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1932. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 370) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22258.

PREVENTION OF COMPLICATIONS OF BED REST. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 11.

PRICE OF CREDIT. See

CONSUMER STUDIES.

PRICE OF JUSTICE. See

THE BOLD ONES.

PRICE OF THE HANGING. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

PRICES: BALANCE WHEEL OF THE ECONOMY (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 66 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book. Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14038.

PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATIONS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 16.

PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICAL WEIGHING (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 110 fr., color, 35 mm. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13041.

THE PRINCIPLES OF MODERN DANCE (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 334–1–-334–4: Introduction to modern dance. 56 fr.--Techniques of dance movements. 57 fr.--Dance composition. 59 fr.--Dance performance. 49 fr.

Credits: Author, Revell Shaw; photographer, Bill Snyder.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 9Mar72; JP14106, 14109–14107.

PRINTING PRESS, GUTENBERG. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

PRIVACY AND FREEDOM. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING (Filmstrip) Insurance Careers Institute. Made by Automated Training International. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Fire & casualty insurance rating, course 1)

Contents: Lesson 1–4: Introduction to automobile insurance. 52 fr.--Rating principals. 66 fr.--Rating practice. 66 fr.--Additional rating considerations. 61 fr.

© Insurance Careers Institute, Inc. (ICI); 13Apr71; JP13570.

PRIVATE WORLD OF MARTIN DALTON. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

PROBLEMS AND APPROACHES IN SELF-PACED MODULAR PROGRAMS. School Science & Mathematics Assn. 25 min., sd. Videotape (1/2 in.) Produced in cooperation with University of Georgia Educational Media Center.

Credits: Producers, directors & writers, William Capie & Nyles Stauss; narrator, William Capie; video, Nyles Stauss; illustrator, Elaine Benefield.

© School Science & Mathematics Assn., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22872.

PROCEDURES AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

PROCESS OF TAKING TEMPERATURE, PULSE AND RESPIRATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 9.

PROCESS UNIT: TOWER, FLANGES AND PUMP PACKING FIRES. Teaching Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Industrial fire protection and control) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 10Apr72; MU8443.

THE PRODIGAL SON. Ben Hilbert. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Music, Jon Stoll.

Cast: Peggy Thompson, Germaine Kramlinger.

© Ben Hilbert; 29Nov71; LP40402.

PRODUCCION DE PALABRAS. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13962.

PRODUCCION DE PALABRAS. Pt. 6 (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13958.

PRODUCERS AND PRODUCING. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

PRODUCTION OPERATIONS, COURSE 1. See

WELL COMPLETIONS.

PRODUCTIVITY: THE KEY TO BETTER LIVING (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 76 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14035.

PROFESSIONAL SALESMANSHIP. Wohl Shoe Co. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wohl Shoe Co.; 15Dec71; MP22301.

PROFESSOR PERSUADER (Filmstrip) American Cancer Society, Pennsylvania Division. Made by Pan Media. 12 fr., color, 35 mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 17Feb71 (in notice: 1970); JP13653.

A PROFILE OF AN AGING PERSON. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 82.

PROFITS: FUEL OF THE ECONOMY (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14037.

PROGRESS REPORT: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CENTER. Christian Science Board of Directors. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Christian Science Board of Directors; 11Feb72; MU8402.

THE PROGRESSIVE ERA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Reform works in America) NM: compilation & additions. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 19Aug71; MP22210.

PROHIBITION: ILLEGAL LIQUOR TRAFFIC. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 349) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22246.

PROHIBITIVE PARKING. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

PROJECT DUGOUT. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22284.

PROJECT GASBUGGY. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22275.

PROJECT GNOME. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22283.

PROJECT I.M.A.G.E.-I. Devereux Foundation, Greendale Day School. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: George E. DeHaven. © Devereux Foundation; 1Sep71; MP22404.

PROJECT PERSIMMON. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color. Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22282.

PROJECT PLOWSHARE. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22281.

PROJECT SALT VAULT. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22276.

PROJECTIONS. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

PROPERTIES OF ANIMALS. See

CLASSIFYING.

PROPERTIES OF LEAVES. See

CLASSIFYING.

PROPHET. See

WILLIAM BLAKE.

PROSTHETICS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22595.

PROTECTING EACH INDIVIDUAL. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

PROTECTING OURSELVES. See

FAMILY LIVING SET.

PROTECTING WHAT THE FAMILY HAS. See

MANAGING THE FAMILY’S AFFAIRS.

PSYCHEDELICS: A WAY TO TRAVEL. See

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD.

THE PSYCHIATRIST. Arena Productions & Universal Television. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. (Four-in-one) Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc. & Arena Productions, Inc.

Ex-Sgt. Randell file, U.S.A. Credits: Producer, Jerrold Freedman; director, Jeff Corey; writer, James Woodall. Cast: John Rubinstein, Roy Thinnes, Michael Meyers, B. J. Mason, Kiel Martin. © 3Mar71 (in notice: 1970); LP40911.

In death’s other kingdom. Credits: Producer, director & writer, Jerrold Freedman. Cast: Roy Thinnes, Luther Adler, Pete Duel, Jonathan Daly, Melendy Britt. © 3Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40907.

The longer trail. Credits: Producer, Jerrold Freedman; director, Doug Stewart; writer, Charles E. Israel. Cast: Roy Thinnes, Luther Adler, Jill Haworth, Reni Santoni, Jay Silverheels. © 24Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40910.

Par for the course. From a story by Thomas Y. Drake. Credits: Producer, Jerrold Freedman; director, Steven Spielberg; writers, Thomas Y. Drake, Herb Bermann, Jerrold Freedman & Bo May. Cast: Roy Thinnes, Clu Gulager, Luther Adler, David Astor, Joan Darling. © 10Mar71 (In notice: 1970); LP40912.

The private world of Martin Dalton. Credits: Producer, Jerrold Freedman; director, Steven Spielberg; writer, Bo May. Cast: Roy Thinnes, Luther Adler, Stephen Hudis, Jim Hutton, Kate Woodville. © 10Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40908.

Such civil war in my love and hate. Based on a story by Jack Morse. Credits: Producer, Jerrold Freedman; director: Daryl Duke; writers, Jack Morse & Bo May. Cast: Brenda Vaccaro, Roy Thinnes, Luther Adler, Paul Carr, Eddie Rayden. © 17Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP40909.

THE PSYCHIATRIST: GOD BLESS THE CHILDREN. Universal Television & Arena Productions. [Canada] Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Roy Thinnes, Peter Duel, Luther Adler, Katherine Justice, Joy Bang.

© Universal City Studios, Inc. & Arena Productions, Inc.; 12Dec70; LP40577.

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22596.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY FILMS. See

ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR.

ASPECTS OF BEHAVIOR.

DEVELOPMENT.

INFORMATION PROCESSING.

LEARNING.

PERSONALITY.

SENSORY WORLD.

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY.

PUPPETS. ACI Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Rediscovery: art media) © ACI Productions, Inc.; 5May67; MP22561.

PUPPETS YOU CAN MAKE. Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Northern Illinois University Communication Services. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Miles Breen.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 8Jul71; MP22153.

THE PURITAN LEGACY (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, by Aline Benjamin, 45 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: Saints and sinners. 55 fr.--The work ethic. 54 fr.

Credits: Writer, Joseph Alvarez; editor, Alison Weigel; photographer, Ron Tunison.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Joseph Alvarez & Aline Benjamin.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 8May72; A337108.

PURLIE VICTORIOUS. See

GONE ARE THE DAYS.

PUSH. Wombat Productions. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wombat Productions, Inc.; 1Apr72; MP22705.

Q

QUALITY OF LIFE. See

EDEN IN PERIL.

¿QUIEN SOY YO? San Antonio Independent School District. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sutherland Learning Associates. Appl. authors: Dan & Elaine Weisburd. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; LP40806.

QUINCUNX. See

IRONSIDE.

R

THE RABBIT WHO WANTED RED WINGS. Folklore Puppets Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Ann Cohen & Bea Geller. © Folklore Puppets Productions; 28Oct71; LP40434.

RACE FOR LIFE. See

LASSIE.

RADIOLOGY TECHNICIAN. See

JOBS IN HEALTH SERVICE.

THE RAGE TO WIN. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 3.

RAIN. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RAINING SUNSHINE. See

GUESS WHERE WE WENT TODAY.

A RAINY DAY STORY. Centron Educational Films. Made by Phoenix Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Phoenix Productions; 6Mar72; MP22569.

RAPID RUNNING AND THE GRAND CANYON. Henry R. Falany & W. Richard Jantz. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Henry R. Falany & W. Richard Jantz; 7Feb72; MU8404.

THE RAT PATROL. Mirisch-Rich Television Productions. Released by United Artists Television. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Tom Gries, Inc. © Mirisch-Rich Television Productions.

The dare devil rescue raid. Credits: Director, John Peyser; writer, Michael Hoey. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Lawrence Casey, Justin Tarr. © 1Dec66; LP40718.

The darers go first raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Paul Stanley; writer, Mark Weingart. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 20Sep67; LP40734.

The darkest raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Leon Benson; writer, Dean Hargrove. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 24Aug67; LP40741.

The David and Goliath raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Herschel Daugherty; writer, Sheldon Stark. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 15Aug67; LP40739.

The death do us part raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Frank Baur; writer, Anthony Lawrence. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 4Oct67; LP40735.

The decoy raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writer, Robert Sherman. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 5Jan68 (in notice: 1967); LP40732.

The fifth wheel raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Robert Sparr; writer, Richard De Roy. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 24Nov67; LP40736.

The last harbor raid, pt. 2. Credits: Director, John Peyser; teleplay, Richard Landau; story, John Peyser & Richard Landau. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Lawrence Casey, Justin Tarr. © 19Dec66; LP40719.

The last harbor raid, pt. 3. Credits: Director, John Peyser; teleplay, Richard Landau; story, John Peyser & Richard Landau. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Lawrence Casey, Justin Tarr, Claudine Longet. © 27Dec66; LP40720.

The lighthouse raid. Credits: Director, John Peyser; writer, Daniel L. Aubry. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Lawrence Tarr. © 25Nov66; LP40717.

The love thine enemy raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Herschel Daugherty; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 15Aug67; LP40740.

The street urchin raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Leon Benson; writer, Don Brinkley. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 6Dec67; LP40737.

The trial by fire raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writer, Peter Allan Fields. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 7Sep67; LP40733.

The truce at Aburaha raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 24Aug67; LP40738.

THE RAT PATROL. Mirisch T.V. Released by United Artists Television. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Tom Gries, Inc. © Mirisch T.V., Inc.

The boomerang raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Robert Sparr; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 20Dec67; LP40730.

The do re mi raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Robert Sparr; writer, Don Brinkley. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 7Sep67; LP40867.

The fatal reunion raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Herschel Daughtery; writer, Don Brinkley. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 2Jan68 (in notice: 1967); LP40731.

The field of death raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Herschel Daugherty; writer, Richard K. Brockway. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 19Jan68; LP40722.

The hickory, dickory dock raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Frank Baur; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 30Jan68; LP40723.

The hide and go seek raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writer, Mark Weingart. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 6Nov67; LP40727.

The kill at Koorlea raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Eddie Davis; writer, Edward J. Lakso. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 12Feb68; LP40724.

The kingdom come raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Frank Baur; writer, Robert Sherman. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 30Oct67; LP40904.

The life for a life raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writers, Quentin Sparr & Don Brinkley. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 17Nov67; LP40728.

The never say die raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Herschel Daughtery; writer, Dean Hargrove. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 14Feb68; LP40725.

The pipeline to disaster raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Sutton Roley; writers, Al Ramrus & John Shaner. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 12Dec67; LP40906.

The touch and go raid. Credits: Producer, John Epstein; director, Herschel Daugherty; writer, Peter Allan Fields. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 16Jan68; LP40721.

The tug of war raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jack N. Reddish; writer, Mark Weingart. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 16Feb68; LP40726.

The two if by sea raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Robert Sparr; writer, Mark Weingart. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 29Nov67; LP40729.

The violent truce raid. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Eddie Davis; writer, Don Brinkley. Cast: Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Hans Gudegast, Larry Casey, Justin Tarr. © 19Nov67; LP40905.

RATING PRACTICE. See

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING.

RATING PRINCIPALS. See

PRIVATE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES & RATING.

REACHIN’. Christian Science Board of Directors. 4 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Christian Science Board of Directors; 12Jan72; MU8389.

READING A ROAD MAP. See

[MAP READING]

READING SKILLS. See

THE VOWEL “A.”

THE VOWEL “E.”

THE VOWEL “I.”

THE VOWEL “O.”

THE VOWEL “U.”

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X–210–A--X–210–F: Man and the physical environment. 53 fr.--Technology and the individual. 44 fr.--Government and one hundred million people. 47 fr.--Humanity and the need for change. 52 fr.--Defeat and ineffectuality. 61 fr.--The individual and education. 57 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13710, 13716, 13699, 13719, 13723, 13700.

REALISTIC STILL LIFE. See

ART: REALISTIC STILL LIFE.

RECLAIMING OUR WASTE. See

POLLUTION.

RECOGNIZING THEM. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

RECORDING TRANSACTIONS: HOW. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

RECORDING TRANSACTIONS: WHERE. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

RECREATION. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

RED CELL SERIES. See

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY: A MORPHOLOGIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS.

REDISCOVERY: ART MEDIA. See

COLLAGE.

CRAYON.

PAPER CONSTRUCTION.

PAPER MACHE.

PUPPETS.

THE RED SCARE: ARRESTS AND DEPORTATIONS (1917–1920) Thorne Films. 4 min., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 343) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22419.

REFLECTION (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 69 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Wayne Croft; writer, Donald M. Friedman; photographer, Martin Bough.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13738.

REFLECTION. See

LAWS OF SCIENCE.

REFLECTIONS OF MYSELF: THE ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE (Filmstrip). Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 96 fr.; pt. 2, 99 fr.), color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, 68 p.

Credits: Writer, Lauren Harper; photographers, Jeffrey Foxx, Jerry Spearman, Ron Tunison; editor, James Relyea.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Lauren Harper & Samuel Wagonfeld (discussion guide).

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 28Apr72; A335922.

REFORM WORKS IN AMERICA. See

THE PROGRESSIVE ERA.

REGIMENTAL LINE. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

REHABILITATION: AN INSIDE VIEW. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 81.

RELIGION. See

JAPAN: OLD AND NEW.

THE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE. McGraw-Hill Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Humanities series) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 16Dec71; MP22099.

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN AMERICA’S BEGINNINGS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 27Jul71; MP22146.

RELIGIOUS HAVENS. See

COLONIAL AMERICA.

RELUCTANT AMERICAN. See

BONANZA.

REMEMBER THIS. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RENAL FACTORS IN BLOOD-PRESSURE REGULATION. Upjohn Co. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Upjohn Mini-Text series)

Cast: Irvine H. Page.

Appl. states prev. reg. 9Sep65, MU7646. NM: prologue.

© Upjohn Co.; 8Mar71; MP22094.

THE REPEATER. Praxis Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Stacy Keach; narrator, Stefan Gierasch; music, Jonathan Hipps; director of photography, Jack Wright; editor, Hart Perry.

Cast: Stacy Keach & Judy Collins.

© Praxis Productions, Ltd.; 18Jul71; LP40531.

A REPORT THAT REPORTS. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

REPOTTING PLANTS. See

THE HOME GARDENER: REPOTTING PLANTS.

THE REPRODUCER. John Wiley & Sons. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Edward H. Rategan.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 5Apr71; MP22093.

REPTILES. See

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

REPUBLIC STEEL STRIKE POLICE RIOT (MEMORIAL DAY MASSACRE) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 371) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22426.

RESCUE ON A STRANGE PLANET. King Screen Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Adventures of Trogmoffy, film 2) © King Broadcasting Co.; 3Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22329.

RESCUE SQUAD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The world of work) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22304.

RESELLING OLD ACCOUNTS BY PHONE. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

RESISTANCE. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22171.

RESISTANCE. See

PARALLEL CIRCUITS.

SERIES CIRCUITS.

RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT AND COLOR CODE. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22182.

RESPIRATION IN THE HUMAN BODY, SIMPLIFIED (Filmstrip) Health Education Aids. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Leila Louise Cluff. © Leila Louise Cluff d.b.a. Health Education Aids; 21Apr72; JP14128.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS IN ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22130.

RESPONSIBILITY. See

VALUES.

RESULTS MANAGEMENT. Schleh Associates. 3 reels, sd., color, 16 mm. © Schleh Associates, Inc.; 26Nov71; MP22289.

RESURRECTION OF JESUS. See

THE PASSION TO EASTER STORY OF JESUS.

RETIREDS. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RETURN OF ESTABAN. See

BEARCATS.

REVIEWING THE ELEMENTS OF A MAP. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

THE REVOLUTION (Filmstrip) American Heritage Pub. Co. Distributed by McGraw-Hill Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (American Heritage sound filmstrips) With Teachers guide, 24 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–5: Eve of revolt. 43 fr.--Toward independence. 36 fr.--The times that try men’s souls. 46 fr.--Frontiers aflame. 41 fr.--Independence won. 47 fr.

Credits: Narrator, Peter Thomas; Frederick Fennell, conductor; audiovisual production, Westport Communications Group, Inc.

Appl. author: American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc., employer for hire.

© American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc.; 12Apr71; JP13587.

RHYTHM IN MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

THE RICHEST ASTRONAUT IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 17.

RICO CARTY OFFER. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RICO RIDES AGAIN. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

RIDDLE IN ROOM SIX. See

IRONSIDE.

RIDE ’EM, ASTRONAUT. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 102.

RIGHT NOW, IT’S A LOVE TRIP (Filmstrip) Planned Parenthood/World Population. Made by Circle Productions. 140 fr., color, 35 mm. © Circle Productions, Inc.; 3Jan72; JU12989.

THE RIGHT WHALE AT HOME. New York Zoological Society. 17 reels, sd., b&w. © New York Zoological Society; 11Feb72; MU8410.

THE RING. Todd Tuckey. 8 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Todd Tuckey; 13Dec71; LU3620.

THE RINGER. Hearst Metrotone News. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Hearst Metrotone; 15Mar72; MP22608.

RITUAL OF EVIL. Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Anne Baxter, Belinda Montgomery, John McMartin, Louis Jourdan, Diana Hyland.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 20Feb70; LP40573.

THE RIVER AND THE OCEAN. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 4.

THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

ROADABILITY AND HANDLING (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–7) © Chrysler Corp.; 14Apr72; JP13974.

ROBERT GODDARD: ADVANCED ROCKET EXPERIMENTS, NEW MEXICO. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 307) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22828.

ROBERT GODDARD: EARLY ROCKET EXPERIMENTS, MASSACHUSETTS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 306) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22827.

ROBERTA FLACK. ETS Program Service. Made by WETA. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Artists in America) © ETS Program Service; 18Jun71; MP22326.

ROCKETS, SATELLITES, AND SPACECRAFT (Filmstrip) Sanderson Films. 82 fr., color, 55 mm. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13611.

ROCKS AND MINERALS: HOW WE IDENTIFY THEM. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 3May71; MP22162.

THE ROLLING RICE BALL. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

ROOM WITH A VIEW. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

THE ROWDYMAN. Canart Films. Distributed by Crawley Films. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Lawrence Dane; director, Peter Carter; writer, Gordon Pinsent; music, Ben McPeek; director of photography, Edmund Long; editor, M. C. Manne.

Cast: Gordon Pinsent, Frank Converse, Will Geer, Linda Goranson, E. P. “Ted” Henley.

© Agincourt Productions, Ltd. & Film Associates; 24Mar72; LU3626.

RUDY POZZATTI. ETS Program Service. Made by WTIU. 29 min., sd. color, 16 mm. (Artists in America) © ETS Program Service; 18Jun71; MP22325.

RUN A CROOKED MILE. Universal Pictures, Ltd. Released by MCA-TV. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Louis Jourdan, Mary Tyler Moore, Stanley Holloway, Terence Alexander, Laurence Naismith.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 18Nov69; LP40488.

RUSSIAN ROULETTE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 13.

S

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 51.

THE SACRIFICE OF ABRAHAM. See

ABRAHAM, FATHER OF BELIEVERS.

THE SAD LITTLE CLOWN. Mildred Osgood LeVor. 23 min., sd.

Credits: Writer & narrator, Jerry Twedt.

© Mildred Osgood LeVor; 13Apr72; MU8428.

SAFE IN THE WATER. FilmFair Communications. Distributed by Trend Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 31Jan72; MP22403.

A SAFE PLACE. Noonie Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Harold Schneider; director & writer, Henry Jaglom; director of photography, Dick Kratina; film editor, Pieter Bergema.

Cast: Tuesday Weld, Orson Welles, Jack Nicholson, Philip Proctor, Gwen Welles.

© Noonie Productions, Inc.; 15Oct71; LP40872.

SAFETY: PLAYGROUND SPIRITS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 20Mar72; MP22674.

SAFETY: THE HELPFUL BURGLARS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 27Oct71; MP22218.

SAFETY: THE TRAFFIC JUNGLE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 7 min., ed., color, 16 mm. (Joy of growing) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 25Oct71; MP22214.

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 36.

SAINTS AND SINNERS. See

THE PURITAN LEGACY.

SAMMY’S VISIT. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. See

FRIENDS.

SAN FRANCISCO BAY MODEL. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22278.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 52.

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL. Universal City Studios. [Canada] 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Pernell Roberts, Clu Gulager, David Hartman, Van Johnson, Tab Hunter.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 25Sep70; LP40571.

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Universal City Studios. Distributed by MCA-TV. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 35 mm. (Four-in-one) Produced with NBC-TV Network. © Universal City Studios, Inc.

Crisis on runway 26. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, Allen Reisner; writers, Ed Lakso, Richard Levinson, William Link & others. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Barbara Sigel, Dane Clark. © 25Nov70; LP40917.

Emergency alert. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, Boris Sagal; writer, William P. McGivern. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Barbara Sigel, James Olson. © 28Oct70; LP40913.

The high cost of nightmares. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, Dan Petrie; writer, William P. McGivern. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Morgan Jones, Albert Salmi. © 2Dec70; LP40918.

Hostage. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, Boris Sagal; writers, Sy Salkowitz, Richard Landau, Paul Mason. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Barbara Sigel, Scott Brady. © 11Nov70; LP40915.

Supersonic transport. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, Richard Benedict; writers, John Furia, Jr., Leonel E. Siegel, Paul Mason. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Lew Ayres, Phil Pine. © 18Nov70; LP40916.

We once came home to parades. Credits: Producer, Paul Mason; director, James Neilson; writers, William Douglas Lansford, Robert Sabaroff, Paul Mason. Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Clu Gulager, Barbara Werle, Robert Webber, Tim Matheson. © 4Nov70; LP40914.

SANDCASTLE (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 55 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Wayne Croft; writer, Henry F. Scarpelli; photographer, Martin Bough.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13737.

SAVAGE EYE. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: No. X215A-X215F: When the grass was green and the water blue. 60 fr.--Ill fares the land. 61 fr.--What is conservation? 63 fr.--Utilizing our resources. 65 fr.--Adding to our resources. 66 fr.--Our human resources. 65 fr.

Credits: Senior photographer, Vincent A. Greco; general editor, Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13941, 13835, 13909, 13858, 13985, 13822.

SAVINGS ACCOUNT. See

[BANKING]

SCALP TREATMENT. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 772) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22725.

SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS. Advance Schools. Made by Pilot Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. © Advance Schools, Inc.; 10Apr72; LU3627.

SCHOONER THE BETTER. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SCIENCE PROCESSES SERIES, SET 3. See

CLASSIFYING.

SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 24.

SCOPES TRIAL. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 358) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

©Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22423.

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. Hearst Metrotone News. Approx. 15 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Hearst Metrotone News, Inc.

v. 13, issue

1. Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink. Color. © 14Sep70; MP22643.

2. Focus on the United Nations. © 29Sep70; MP22644.

3. Focus on the Middle East. © 28Oct70; MP22645.

4. Charles de Gaulle-–1890–1970. © 2Dec70; MP22646.

5. A fortnight at nine fathoms. Color. © 4Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP22647.

6. The heart of America. © 1Feb71; MP22648.

7. A visit to Fra Mauro. © 3Mar71; MP22649.

8. Ancient land, troubled land. © 31Mar71; MP22650.

9. The automobile in America. © 29Apr71; MP22651.

THE SCULPTURE OF BLACK AFRICA. Pt. 4; The West Sudan (Filmstrip) Life Filmstrips. 75 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Prepared by Susanne Greene; technical production, Time-Life Photo Lab.

NM: compilation.

© Time, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13634.

THE SCULPTURE OF BLACK AFRICA. Pt. 5: The Guinea coast (Filmstrip) Life Filmstrips. 89 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Prepared by Margaretta Barton; technical production, Time-Life Photo Lab.

NM: compilation.

© Time, Inc.; 1Jun71; JP13635.

SCULPTURE: THE FORMS OF LIFE. McGraw-Hill Films. 24 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The humanities series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22877.

SEA GULLS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE (Filmstrip) Creation-Science Research Center. 121 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 1 v.

Credits: Narrator, John G. Read.

© John G. Read; 21Dec71; A306410.

THE SEARCH FOR LESLIE GREY. See

THE BOLD ONES.

THE SEASHORE LIFEGUARD. William F. Phillips. 25 min., si., color, 16 mm. © William F. Phillips; 21Jan72; MU8403.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 48.

A SECRETARY IS NOT A TOY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 56.

SEEDS: HOW THEY GERMINATE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Charles B. Heiser, Jr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 22Dec71; MP22378.

SEEING FRANCE (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Land and resources. 54 fr.--Agriculture and fishing. 55 fr.--Industry and commerce. 54 fr.--History and government. 54 fr.--Its people. 57 fr.--Its culture. 54 fr.

Credits: Production & script, James C. Clark; photographer, James Oliver.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 27Dec71; JP13655.

SEEING JAPAN (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: Land and climate. 57 fr.--Industry and commerce. 52 fr.--Agriculture and fishing. 54 fr.--Its history. 54 fr.--Its people. 54 fr.--Its culture. 53 fr.

Credits: Production, George Bookless; script, Nancy Greene; educational collaborator, Joseph E. Spencer; photographers, Joan & Milton Mann.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 16Sep71; JP13632.

SEEING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 7 p.

Contents: Land and climate. 52 fr.--Farming and ranching. 54 fr.--Mining and industry. 53 fr.--History and people. 55 fr.

Credits: Production, M. George Jennings; script, Audrey J. Geis; educational collaborator, Tim K. Kelley; photographer, Marcel Couturier.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 8Jun71; JP13625.

SEEK AND DESTROY. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SEIZURE. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

SELECTIVE REGRESSION. Everett A. Gladman Memorial Hospital. Made by Medi Comp Co. 40 min., sd., b&w.

Credits: Producer & director, Tod H. Mikuriya; continuity, Jacqui Schiff & Tod Mikuriya; graphics, Chuck Overton; cameramen, Chris Ammen & others; editors, Chris Ammen, Philip Pajalich & Katie Odin.

© Everett A. Gladman Memorial Foundation (in notice: E. A. Gladman Foundation), Medi Comp Co. & Jacqui Schiff (in notice: Jacqui Schiff); 1Feb71; MP22612.

SELLING IS COMMUNICATING. California Real Estate Assn. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © California Real Estate Assn.; 7Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP22891.

SELMA CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 390) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22434.

SENATOR. See

THE BOLD ONES.

SENSORY WORLD. CRM Productions. 34 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22368.

SENTINELS OF SILENCE. Producciones Concord. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Manuel Arango; director & writer, Robert Amram; narrator, Orson Welles; music composer, Mariano Moreno; photographer, James Freeman; editor, Alex Beaton.

Appl. states prev. reg. 23Apr71, MU8342.

© Concord, S.A.; 10Aug71; MP22308.

SEPARATE BUT EQUAL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Dec71; MP22400.

SERIES CIRCUITS. Pt. 1: Current. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22199.

SERIES CIRCUITS. Pt. 2: Voltage. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22198.

SERIES CIRCUITS. Pt. 3: Resistance. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 2 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22197.

SERVICE STATION. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SETS AND SUBSETS. See

CLASSIFYING.

SEWING MACHINE, SINGER. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

SEX DETERMINATION, LINKAGE AND INFLUENCES. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

SHADOW OF A HERO. See

BONANZA.

SHADOWS OF DOUBT. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

SHAMPOO. Kenalex Corp. Made by Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Cosmetology series, no. 760) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22714.

SHAPES (Filmstrip) B. J. Hogg. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. © B. J. Hogg; 3Jan72 (in notice: 1970); JP13787.

SHAPING THE LAW. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE. Pt. 1: The character of Caesar. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, John Barnes; director of photography, Beda Batka; editor, Robert Johnson.

Cast: Richard Kiley, Donald Moffat, Donald Madden, Ernest Graves, Frances Sternhagen.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 27Jun70; MP22734.

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE. Pt. 2: The tragedy of Julius Caesar. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 35 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, John Barnes; director of photography, Beda Batka; editor, Robert Johnson.

Cast: Richard Kiley, Donald Moffat, Donald Madden, Ernest Graves, Barnard Hughes.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 26Aug70; MP22735.

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE. Pt. 3: Caesar and Cleopatra. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 33 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, John Barnes; director of photography, Beda Batka; editor, Robert Johnson.

Cast: Richard Kiley, Suzanne Grossman, Donald Moffat, Stefan Gierasch, James Valentine.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 27Aug70; MP22736.

SHEEP. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (Barnyard series, no. 431) Loop film. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 15May72; MP22661.

SHEEP IN WOOD. S. N. Productions. Released by Artscope. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Slavko Nowtski; music, Marian Kouzan.

© S. N. Productions, solely owned by Slavko Nowtski; 1Jan71 (in notice: 1970); MP22611.

SHEPHERDS AND WISE MEN. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Graphic Educational Systems. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Steel rules and related instruments. 38 fr.--Calipers and dividers. 38 fr.--Micrometers. 43 fr.--Vernier instruments. 40 fr.--Dial indicators. 42 fr.--Gage blocks. 37 fr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 25Aug71; JP13658.

THE SHORT [A,E,I,O,U] SOUND. See

WORDS AND SOUNDS.

THE SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, War for independence. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP22862.

SHOW BIZ WITCH. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

SHOWDOWN. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SIDELIGHTS, NEA ANNUAL MEETING, 1971 (Filmstrip) National Education Assn. Made by NEA Publishing Division. 23 fr., color, 35 mm. With script.

Credits: Director, Gordon H. Felton; writer, Jane Power; photographer, Joe DiDio.

© National Education Assn.; 8Sep71; A327753.

THE SIDEWALK ARTISTS. The Amazing Life Games Co. Released by Houghton Mifflin Co. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Houghton Mifflin Co.; 4Nov71; LP40582.

SIGHT/SOUND TRAINING. See

MODEL 1070.

MODEL 3180.

SIGHT SOUND TRAINING: TOLEDO SCALE (Filmstrip) Reliance Electric Co. 102 fr., color, 16 mm. Appl. ti.: Model 3400 double ratio, counting scale, lesson no. 8. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19May72; JU13077.

SIGHT: THE VISUAL SYSTEM. Teaching Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The anatomical basis of brain function) © Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 15May72; MU8450.

SIGHTING IN ON WAGONS (Dodge versus Chevrolet and Ford) (Filmstrip) Dodge Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 67 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 18Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13773.

SIGNS AND WONDERS. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

SILENT KILLER. See

BONANZA.

SILHOUETTE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SIMPLE EXPLANATIONS OF MICROPHONE, TELEPHONE, RADIO, GRAMOPHONE, TAPE RECORDER, SOUND TRACK OSCILLOSCOPE, SPECTROGRAPH. See

SOUND.

SIMPLE KNOTS AND HITCHES. M.1. Pace Productions. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Pace Productions, Inc,; 1Apr71; MP22684.

SIMPLE OFFICE PROCEDURES. Institute for Dermatologic Communications & Education. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Arteriosclerosis obliterans, pt. 2) Appl. authors: Marion B. Sulzberger & Roberta Z. Sulzberger. © Institute for Dermatologic Communications & Education; 7Oct71 (in notice: 1970); MP22150.

SINBAD THE SAILOR. See

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS: THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.

A SINGLE BLOW OF A SWORD. See

THE BOLD ONES.

SINGLE PILGRIM. See

BONANZA.

SISTER FROM NAPOLI. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SITKA, ALASKA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 46.

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

v. 2, no.

1. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 16Sep69; MP22572.

2. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 30Sep69; MP22875.

3. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 14Oct69; MP22573.

5. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 11Nov69; MP22574.

6. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 25Nov69; MP22693.

7. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 9Dec69; MP22575.

8. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 16Dec69; MP22576.

9. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 6Jan70; MP22577.

10. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 20Jan70; MP22578.

11. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 3Feb70; MP22579.

13. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 3Mar70; MP22580.

14. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 24Mar70; MP22581.

15. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 31Mar70; MP22582.

16. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 14Apr70; MP22694.

18. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 12May70; MP22583.

19. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 26May70; MP22584.

20. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 9Jun70; MP22695.

21. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 16Jun70; MP22696.

v. 3, no.

1. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 15Sep70; MP22585.

2. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 29Sep70; MP22697.

3. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 13Oct70; MP22586.

4. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 27Oct70; MP22698.

5. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 10Nov70; MP22587.

6. Credits: Correspondents, Harry Reasoner & Mike Wallace. © 24Nov70; MP22874.

7. Credits: Correspondents. Morley Safer & Mike Wallace. © 8Dec70; MP22588.

8. Credits: Correspondents, Morley Safer & Mike Wallace. © 22Dec70; MP22699.

v. 4, no.

7. Telecast: Nov. 14, 1971. Credits: Commentators, Morley Safer & Mike Wallace. © 13Nov71; MP22373.

SKIDS CAN BE CONTROLLED. United Parcel Service of America. Made by Impact, American City Bureau & Beaver Associates. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © United Parcel Service of America, Inc.; 26May72; MP22850.

SKILL-BEES CHILD-TESTED SKILL BUILDERS, SKB–100A--SKB–100C. See

FIGURE-GROUND.

SKILLS OF COMMUNICATION UTILIZED TO RECEIVE A MESSAGE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 21.

SKILLS OF COMMUNICATION UTILIZED TO SEND A MESSAGE. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 20.

SLEEP AND DREAMS (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 60 fr.; pt. 2, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. (The Wonder series) With discussion guide, 41 p.

Credits: Writer, Marianne Besser; editors, Peter Ketchum & Abby Johnnes; photographers, Ron Tunison & Jerry Spearman.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Sheldon R. Roen (discussion guide) & Marianne Besser.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 22Mar72; A327472.

SLOW MOTION. See

[PFIZER TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SMALL CARS AND CRASHES. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; 9Feb72; MP22334.

SMOKE. See

[LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SMOKE SCREEN. Rainy Day Films. Distributed by Pyramid Films. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Michael Warshaw.

© Rainy Day Films; 15Nov70; MP22465.

SNAKES ARE MIGHTY HUNTERS. See.

AMERICAN REPTILES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT.

SO LONG BABY, AND AMEN. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

SOCIAL DRUG. See

ALCOHOL: THE SOCIAL DRUG/THE SOCIAL PROBLEM.

SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT. See

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT.

SOCIAL PROBLEM. See

ALCOHOL: THE SOCIAL DRUG/THE SOCIAL PROBLEM.

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. CRM Productions. 32 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22366.

SOCIAL SERVICE. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. Appl. ti.: Social service and vocational counseling. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22593.

SOCIAL STUDIES/FOCUS ON ACTIVE LEARNING. See

CITIES OF THE WEB.

SOLAR CORONA I. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with Sacramento Peak Observatory. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22272.

SOLAR MAGNETIC FIELDS. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with High Altitude Observatory, N.C.A.R. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22273.

SOLD ON SAFETY (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 78 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–8) © Chrysler Corp.; 27Apr72; JP14019.

THE SOLID GOLD JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 130.

SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS. See

CLASSIFYING.

SOLOMON AND THE TEMPLE. See

KINGS AND PROPHETS.

SOME IDEAS ABOUT IT. See

WHAT IS COMMUNICATION.

SOMEDAY. James R. Weyer. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © James R. Weyer; 21Apr72; MU8429.

SOMEDAY THEY’LL ELECT A PRESIDENT. See

THE BOLD ONES.

SOMETHING BIG. Stanmore Productions & Penbar Productions. Released by National General Pictures Corp. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Cinema Center Films presentation.

Credits: Producer-director, Andrew V. McLaglen; story & screenplay, James Lee Barrett; music, Marvin Hamlisch; director of photography, Harry Stradling, Jr.; film editor, Robert Simpson.

Cast: Dean Martin, Brian Keith, Honor Blackman, Carol White, Ben Johnson.

© Stanmore Productions & Penbar Productions, Inc.; 23Sep71; LP40526.

THE SORTER. John Wiley & Sons. 35 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Edward H. Rategan.

© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 5Apr71; MP22091.

SOUL TO SOUL. Nigram Corp., Aura Productions & Josef Shaftel Films. Distributed by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced with the cooperation of the Ghana Arts Council.

Credits: Producers, Richard Bock & Tom Mosk; director, Denis Sanders; musical director, Richard Bock.

Cast: Wilson Pickett, Ike & Tina Turner, Santana, Willie Bobo.

© Nigram Corp., Aura Productions, Inc. & Josef Shaftel Films, Inc.; 18Aug71; LP40554.

SOUND (Filmstrip) Marian Ray, England. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 8 scripts, 1 v. each.

Contents: 1–8: Sound and sound-waves. 36 fr.--Complex sounds. 44 fr,--Simple explanations of microphone, telephone, radio, gramophone, tape recorder, sound track oscilloscope, spectrograph. 22 fr.--Ears and hearing. 27 fr.--Voices and speech. 31 fr.--Notes and intervals. 38 fr.--Tempo, metre and rhythm. 40 fr.--Prelude to music. 30 fr.

© Marian Ray; 31Dec71 (in notice on filmstrips AFO–67767–67768 & on all scripts: 1971; in notice on filmstrips AFO–67761–67766: 1970); AFO–67763, 67761–67762, 67764–67765, 67767–67768, 67766.

SOUNDING BRASS. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

SOUNDS IN THE SILENT DEEP. Moody Institute of Science Educational Film Division. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 17Feb72; MP22468.

SOUNDS OF POETRY. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

SOURCES AND RESOURCES. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

THE SOVIET: EPIC LAND. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Novosti Press Agency. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 8Dec71; MP22209.

THE SOVIET UNION: A STUDENT’S LIFE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Novosti Press Agency. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 22May72; MP22870.

THE SOWER. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

SPANISH FOR COMMUNICATION. Houghton Mifflin Co., Educational Division. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Houghton Mifflin Co.; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22380.

SPANISH SAYING I MADE. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

SPECIAL LOW SPEED CRASH TESTS 1972 BUMPER CLAIM MODELS. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 19 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; 17Jan72; MP22335.

SPECIAL MAPS I. See

[MAP READING]

SPECIAL MAPS II. See

[MAP READING]

SPECIAL PURPOSE MAPS. See

WORKING WITH MAPS.

SPEECH SERVICES. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Distributed by Blakiston Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Orientation to rehabilitation) Produced in collaboration with William Claiborne, Inc. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 8Dec71; MP22592.

SPEEDOMETER STRAIN. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

SPEEDWEIGH MODEL NO. 3011, 3021, 3031 (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 80 fr., color, 16 mm. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13042.

[SPEEDWEIGH MODEL 3012] (Filmstrip) Toledo Scale Training Center, Toledo Scales & Systems. 73 fr., color, 16 mm. © Reliance Electric Co.; 19Apr72; JU13043.

SPIDERWEBS ACROSS THE CHASM. Sunday River Productions. 15 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 20Sep71; MP22494.

SPINAL CORD INJURY. See

NEUROLOGICAL CARE SERIES.

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. See

HOLIDAYS.

THE SPREADING FICUS. Dade County School Board. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 14May71 (in notice: 1970); MP22381.

SPRING, See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SQUARES, RECTANGLES, AND PARALLELOGRAMS. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Third level series) Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22295.

SQUIRRELS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

THE STAGE IS ALL THE WORLD. See

MCCLOUD.

STALEMATE. Ezra Baker Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Ezra Baker Films, Inc.; 2Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP40899.

STAMP OUT SCHIZOPHRENIA, DRIVE CORONET (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 18Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13768.

STAND-IN. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED. Frankovich Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, M. J. Frankovich; director, Jackie Cooper; writer, Bernard Slade; music, Ernie Wilkins; director of photography, Fred Koenekamp; film editor, Harold Kress.

Cast: Jacqueline Bisset, Stella Stevens, Steve Lawrence, Gary Lockwood, Lee Purcell.

© Frankovich Productions, Inc.; 23May72; LP40873.

STANKIEWICZ. ETS Program Service. Made by WMHT. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Willard J. Stone.

© ETS Program Service; 8Mar72; MU8418.

STANLEY CUP 1971. National Hockey League Services. Made by Chetwynd Films. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © National Hockey League Services, Inc.; 14Sep71; MP22320.

STANLEY CUP ’70. National Hockey League Services. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Chetwynd Films, Ltd.; 17Sep70; MP22222.

STANLEY, THE FRIENDLY SCHOOL BUS. New Jersey State Dept. of Education. Made by Educational Improvement Center. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © New Jersey State Dept. of Education; 17Sep71; LP40809.

STARTER 101 TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM (Filmstrip) Silver Burdett Co., a division of General Learning Corp. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Introduction to Starter 101 program. 78 fr.--A close look at Book 1. 63 fr.--A close look at Books 2 through 10, testing and charts. 86 fr.

Credits: Writer, Theodore James, Jr.; narrators, Juanita Bethea & Aston Young; composer, Andrew Stasiuk; photographers, Rich Towlen, Design Counsel & Sports Illustrated.

© General Learning Corp.; 31Dec71; JP14007–14005.

S-T-E-A-MBOAT A-COMIN’! LaGorce Associates. Gt. Britain. 50 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © LaGorce Associates, Inc.; 27Jan72; MP22406.

STEAMBOAT, FULTON. See

IMPORTANT INVENTORS.

STEEL RULES AND RELATED INSTRUMENTS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

STEPHEN, THE FIRST CHRISTIAN MARTYR. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

STILLNESS WITHIN. See

BONANZA.

STOREFRONT LAWYERS. Leonard Freeman Enterprises. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with National General Corp. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

The electric kid. Credits: Teleplay, James D. Buchanan & Ronald Austin. © 30Sep70; LP40424.

The emancipation of Bessie Gray. Credits: By Robert Van Scoyk. © 7Oct70; LP40425.

A man’s castle. Credits: Producer, Leonard Freeman; director, Lee Katzin; writer, David Karp. Cast: Robert Foxworth, Shelia Larken, David Arkin. © 9Sep70; LP40358.

Murph Collins versus tomorrow. Credits: By Alvin Sapinsley. © 23Sep70; LP40359.

Pastures of hell. Credits: By Harold Gast. © 18Nov70; LP40427.

Shadows of doubt. Credits: By Alvin Sapinsley. © 4Nov70; LP40360.

Survivors will be prosecuted. Credits: By Arthur Heinemann. © 14Oct70; LP40426.

Where were we, Waldo? Credits: By E. Arthur Kean. © 2Dec70; LP40428.

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS: THE ARABIAN NIGHTS (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 915–1–-915–4: Aladdin and the magic lamp. 54 fr.--Ali Baba and the forty thieves. 59 fr.--The merchant and the jinni. 48 fr.--Sinbad the sailor. 55 fr.

Credits: Illustrator, Peggy Vawter.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.: 29Apr69, JP14079–14080; 17May70, JP14077–14078.

STORIES OF ANIMALS WHICH SHARE AN ENVIRONMENT (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 438–1–-438–4: The fawn, the bear. 42 fr.--The osprey, the trout. 43 fr.--The swan, the beaver. 43 fr.--The tanager, the dipper. 43 fr.

Credits: Author, Jay Shuler; artist, Jayne Gause.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 28Jan72; JP14119, 14112, 14110, 14120.

A STORY A STORY (Filmstrip) Weston Woods Studios. 38 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Based on the book of the same title told & illustrated by Gail E. Haley. NM: selection & compilation. © on filmstrip; Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 15Oct71; A299318.

STORY OF A BOOK. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

THE STORY OF BREAD (Filmstrip) W. B. Productions & Field-Trip-of-the-Month-Club. Made by W. B. Productions. 98 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & writer, Jacqueline A. Wall; photographer, Joseph A. Wall.

© W. B. Productions, Inc.; 23Jun70; JP13995.

THE STORY OF CAESAR RODNEY. Andrew N. Wyeth. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. states prev. reg. 21Dec70, LU3604. © Andrew N. Wyeth; 16Mar71; LP40745.

A STORY OF LIGHT (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. A Communico production.

Credits: Script, Carol Greene; artist, Arlene Vargo.

© Concordia Pub. House; 28Apr72; JP14015.

STORY OF OLD GLORY. See

THE AMERICAN FLAG (THE STORY OF OLD GLORY)

THE STORY OF OUR NEW BABY. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Jun71; MP22156.

THE STORY OF THE SUNSET GLOW. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND, THE BLACKS. American Broadcasting Companies. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A presentation of ABC News. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 12Jun71; MP22388.

STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND--THE CHICANOS. American Broadcasting Companies. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 12Jun71; MP22470.

STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND, THE PUERTO RICANS. American Broadcasting Companies. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A presentation of ABC News. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 16Jun71; MP22389.

THE STRATFORD SHAKESPEARE KNEW. Perfection Form Co. Made by Cine-Image Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Perfection Form Co.; 15Sep71; MP22163.

THE STRAY. Franciscan Communications Center. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Aug71; MP22516.

STREET OF THE SARDINE. Eva Lothar. 26 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Eva Lothar; 13Mar72; MU8432.

STREET URCHIN RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

STRONGEST MAN IN THE WORLD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 94.

THE STRUGGLE. Learning Institute of North Carolina. 35 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer, Edward T. Campbell; narrator, Donald W. Brockman; researcher, photographer & editor, Carl A. Gilfillan.

© Learning Institute of North Carolina; 28Dec71; MP22302.

STYLES. Wombat Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Wombat Productions, Inc.; 15May72; MP22730.

EL SUBJUNTIVO IMPERFECTO. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13959.

SUBTRACTION FACTS, MINUENDS OF 10. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22351.

SUBTRACTION FACTS, MINUENDS OF 13. Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22352.

SUBTRACTION FACTS, MINUENDS OF 14 & 15. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22353.

SUBTRACTION FACTS, MINUENDS OF 16, 17 & 18. Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22354.

SUBTRACTIVE COLOR. See

COLOR AND ITS PERCEPTION.

SUCCESS AND DIVORCE. See

MARRIAGE FROM ROMANCE MAGAZINE TO REALITY.

SUCCESS STORY. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

SUCH CIVIL WAR IN MY LOVE AND HATE. See

THE PSYCHIATRIST.

SUCH GOOD FRIENDS. Sigma Productions. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Lois Gould.

Credits: Producer/director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, Esther Dale; music composer, Thomas Z. Shepard; director of photography, Gayne Rescher; film editor, Harry Howard.

Cast: Dyan Cannon, James Coco, Jennifer O’Neill, Ken Howard, Nina Foch.

© Sigma Productions, Inc.; 21Dec71; LP40476.

SUEZ CRISIS. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 387) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22265.

SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN. See

NBC WHITE PAPER.

SULLIVAN’S EMPIRE. Universal Pictures. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Frank Price; directors, Harvey Hart & Thomas Carr; writer, Frank Chase; music, Lalo Schifrin; director of photography, Hal A. McAlpin; film editor, Robert F. Shugrue.

Cast: Martin Milner, Linden Chiles, Don Quine, Clu Gulager, Karen Jensen.

© Universal Pictures; 2Sep67; LP40551.

SUMMER. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SUMMER SOLDIER. See

IRONSIDE.

SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY. Vectia Films, London. Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Joseph Janni; director, John Schlesinger; writer, Penelope Gilliatt; director of photography, Billy Williams; editor, Richard Marden.

Cast: Glenda Jackson, Peter Finch, Murray Head, Peggy Ashcroft, Tony Britton.

© Vectia Films, Ltd.; 1Jul71; LF94.

SUNSHINE LIFE. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS Sc LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT. See

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

SURGICAL ASEPSIS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 15.

SURVIVORS WILL BE PROSECUTED. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

THE SWAN, THE BEAVER. See

STORIES OF ANIMALS WHICH SHARE AN ENVIRONMENT.

THE SWIMMING HOLE. King Screen Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © King Broadcasting Co.; 23May72; MP22854.

SWIMMING POOL BACTERIA; or, Arnold makes some friends. Dade County School Board. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Dade County School Board; 21Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22385.

SYMBOLS IN MUSIC. See

MUSIC APPRECIATION SERIES.

T

TIA: THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM OF IMPENDING STROKE. Marion Laboratories. Made by Comprenetics. 31 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marion Laboratory, Inc.; 10Jan72; MP22463.

TRS SYSTEM. See

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL.

TAKE MY MOMENTS AND MY DAYS. Christian Science Board of Directors. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Christian Science Board of Directors; 11Feb72; MU8400.

TAKING TELEPHONE ORDERS. See

BETTER TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES.

A TALENT FOR TONY. Franciscan Communications Center. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 15Mar71; MP22517.

THE TALENTS. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

TALES FOR YOUNG IMAGINATIONS. GROUP 2 (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 939–1–939–4: A lamb named Angel. 37 fr.--The fractured turtle. 41 fr.--The possum’s strange name. 40 fr.--The canary that wouldn’t sing. 38 fr.

Credits: Author & illustrator, Peggy Vawter.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 10Mar72; JP14113, 14126, 14114, 14111.

TALES FROM JAPAN (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films & Gakken Co. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 11 p.

Contents: The moonbeam princess. 45 fr.--The tears of the dragon. 33 fr.--The rolling rice ball. 36 fr.--The monkey and the crab. 33 fr.--The inn of the sparrows. 34 fr.--The story of the sunset glow. 38 fr.--The crane’s magic gift. 35 fr.--The man who made trees blossom. 34 fr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Jun71; JP13631.

TALES FROM THE CRYPT. Amicus Productions. Released by Metromedia Producers Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on stories written by Al Feldstein, Johnny Craig & Bill Gaines.

Credits: Producer & screenplay, Milton Subotsky; director, Freddie Francis; camera operator, John Harris; editor, Teddy Darvas.

Cast: Sir Ralph Richardson, Joan Collins, Ian Hendry, Nigel Patrick, Peter Cushing.

© Metromedia Producers Corp.; 8Mar72; LP40885.

TALL TALES. See

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: AN INTRODUCTION.

THE TANAGER, THE DIPPER. See

STORIES OF ANIMALS WHICH SHARE AN ENVIRONMENT.

TARGET. See

IRONSIDE.

TATE: RAMROD. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

TEACHER AIDS, VARIETY UNLIMITED (Filmstrip) Ted D. Dawson. 59 fr., color, 35 mm. Produced in cooperation with Maxine Kamonitsa. © Ted D. Dawson: 15Nov71; JP13776.

TEACHING THE READ SYSTEM, A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS (Filmstrip) American Book Co. Made by Spectrum Productions. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 cassettes & Guide.

Contents: An overview. 106 fr.--Basic lesson. 108 fr.--Word recognition. 99 fr.--Comprehension. 88 fr.

Produced in association with the Creative Establishment, Inc.

© Litton Educational Pub., Inc.; 20Dec71; A307592.

TEAM BUILDING. Bureau of National Affairs. Made by BNA Films. 30 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Gellerman effective organization film series) © B.N.A., Inc.; 20Jan72; MP22315.

THE TEARS OF THE DRAGON. See

TALES FROM JAPAN.

TECHNIQUES OF DANCE MOVEMENTS. See

THE PRINCIPLES OF MODERN DANCE.

TECHNOLOGY AND THE INDIVIDUAL. See

REAL PROBLEMS FACING US.

TEENAGE MOVIES WITH DICK VAN DYKE. Eastman Kodak Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. NM: compilation, abridgment & addition. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 27Dec71; MP22653.

TELLING THE TRUTH. See

VALUES.

TEMPERATURE. See

MEASURING.

TEMPERATURE, PULSE AND RESPIRATION: THEORY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 8.

TEMPLE OF APOLLO AT BASSAE. Derek Stewart productions. [Gt. Britain] 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Malcolm R. McBride; 10Nov71; MP22444.

TEMPO, METRE AND RHYTHM. See

SOUND.

THE TEN MAIDENS. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

TENDER PREDATOR. See

THE BOLD ONES.

TEOTIHUACAN TO TOLTEC. See

CIVILIZATIONS OF EARLY AMERICA.

TERRADYNAMICS. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70; MP22277.

TERRESTRIAL ORGANISMS, NO. 586. See

APHIDS.

TERROR AT 2:00. See

BONANZA.

TERROR IN NORTHERN IRELAND. American Broadcasting Companies. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 14Dec71; MP22472.

TEXTURES IN NATURE. See

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

THANKSGIVING. See

HOLIDAYS.

THANKSGIVING IN TUMTUM. See

HOLIDAY ADVENTURES OF THE LOLLIPOP DRAGON.

THAT’S ME. The Amazing Life Games Co. Released by Houghton Mifflin Co. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Houghton Mifflin Co.; 4Nov71; LP40583.

THAT’S NO FAIR. See

FIRST THINGS: THAT’S NO FAIR.

THEIRS IS THE KINGDOM. Franciscan Communications Center. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 1Mar72; MP22476.

THEM AND US. See

MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES.

THEORIES OF EVOLUTION (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 35 fr., color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 1Dec71; JP13641.

THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 41 fr.; pt. 2, 37 fr.), color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 1Dec71; JP13642–13643.

THERE GOES THE BEST GENIE I EVER HAD. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 52.

THERE GOES THE BRIDE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 57.

THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW. Legislature, State of Minnesota. Made by Reid Ray Films. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Robert H. Winter.

Appl. author: C. Toby Carlson.

© Reid Ray Films, Inc.; 15Oct71; MP22200.

THEREFORE CHOOSE LIFE. See

EDEN IN PERIL.

THESE HALLS OF CAMELOT (Filmstrip) Scott, Foresman & Co. 111 fr., color, 35 mm. With text, 8 p.

Credits: Creative producer, Thomas F. Wettengel; general director, Leo B. Kneer; narrator, Mel Zellman; design detail, Robert Amft & Free Chin.

© Scott, Foresman & Co.; 27Mar72; A332061.

THEY DON’T LISTEN TO ME. See

WHAT IS COMMUNICATION.

THEY’RE TEARING DOWN TIM RILEY’S BAR. See

NIGHT GALLERY.

THINK SAFE, ACT SAFE. See

BEING SAFE.

THINKING CLEARLY. See

ANALOGIES.

CATEGORIES.

FINDING OBJECTS.

INCONSISTENCIES.

OBJECTS AND ENVIRONMENTS.

OBJECTS AND FUNCTIONS.

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: FUNDAMENTALS. Videorecord Corp. of America. 10 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Gordon Casagrande.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22547.

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: PLANNING. Videorecord Corp. of America. 9 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Gordon Casagrande.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22542.

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: THINKING TO WIN. Videorecord Corp. of America. 7 min., sd., color. Videotape cassette (3/4 in.)

Credits: Producer, Ray Abel; programmer, Gordon Casagrande.

© Videorecord Corp. of America; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22541.

THINKING TO WIN. See

THINKING MAN’S GOLF: THINKING TO WIN.

THIRD LEVEL SERIES. See

FRACTIONS: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4.

MULTIPLICATION FACTS OF 9.

SQUARES, RECTANGLES, AND PARALLELOGRAMS.

TRIANGLES.

THIS COULD BLOW YOUR MIND. See

IRONSIDE.

THIS IS MURDER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 28.

THIS LAND IS MINE. American Broadcasting Companies. 52 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producer, director, writer, Lester Cooper.

Cast: Kim Novak, Henry Beetle Hough, Elliot Porter, Rini Templeton, Edwardo Esquedero.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 23Mar71 (in notice: 1970); MP22386.

THIS MONEY KILLS DREAMS. See

MEN AT LAW.

THIS WILL REALLY KILL YOU. See

THE BOLD ONES.

THOREAU’S SPRING. See

THE JOURNAL OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU: THE SEASONS.

THOREAU’S SUMMER. See

THE JOURNAL OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU: THE SEASONS.

THORNTON’S ACCOUNT. See

BONANZA.

THOSE FABULOUS FURRY FREAK BROTHERS ACQUIRE A GROUPIE. William Thomas Pace & Celia Symborski. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © William Thomas Pace & Celia Symborski; 20Apr72; LU3629.

THOSE WERE THE DAYS. Film Originals. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (A Motion picture scrapbook)

Credits: Narrator, Rex Allen.

Appl. author: Helen Stanfield Smith.

Appl. states prev. reg. 17Oct55, MP6501 & prev. pub. 3Jun59, MP9518.

NM: compilation.

© George Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield Smith d.b.a. Film Originals: 7Mar72; MP22610.

THREE DEAD COWS AT MAKAPU, PT. 1–2. See

HAWAII FIVE-O.

THREE GUNS FOR TEXAS. Universal City Studios. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Richard Irving; directors, David Lowell Rich, Paul Stanley & Earl Bellamy; writer, John D. F. Black; music, Russ Garcia; directors of photography, Andrew Jackson & Lionel Lindon; film editor, Richard G. Wray.

Cast: Neville Brand, Peter Brown, William Smith, Martin Milner, Philip Carey.

© Universal City Studios, Inc.; 6Jul68 (in notice: 1966); LP40552.

360/20 CONSOLE, CONSOLE OPERATION 360/40, CONSOLE OPERATION 360/50. Sorbus. 1 reel, sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) © Sorbus, Inc.; 20Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22478.

TIGER! TIGER. See

BEARCATS.

TILL DEATH US DO PART. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

THE TIME IS NOW. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

TIME OF THE JACKALS. See

GUNSMOKE.

TIME TO BE YOURSELF (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 48 fr., color, 35 mm. (Leisure time, X–216–F)

Credits: Senior photographer, Vincent A. Greco.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13731.

TIME TO DIE. See

BONANZA.

TIMES THAT TRY MEN’S SOULS. See

THE REVOLUTION.

TIMMY AND MARGARET MEET THE ORANGE CREATURE. King Screen Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Adventures of Trogmoffy, film 1) © King Broadcasting Co.; 3Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22328.

TO ALL THE WORLD’S CHILDREN. American Broadcasting Companies. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Discovery)

Credits: Producer, Monroe E. Carol; director, Vince Scarza; writer, Joseph Hurley.

Cast: David Paladin.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 4Oct70; MP22474.

TO CAGE A LION. See

PARIS 7000.

TO CARRY THE SUN IN A GOLDEN CUP. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

TO DIVE INTO THE SEA. Wheeler Industries. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Samuel Sandrof; music, Dan Hart; photographer, Charles H. Irwin.

© Wheeler Industries, Inc.; 30Apr72; MP22704.

TO GET THROUGH THE NIGHT. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

TO SEE OURSELVES. Aetna Life & Casualty. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Aetna Life & Casualty; 27Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22639.

TO TASTE OF DEATH BUT ONCE. See

THE BOLD ONES.

THE TOBACCO PROBLEM: WHAT DO YOU THINK? Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23Dec71 (in notice: 1972); MP22338.

TOM SEAVER. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

TOM SEAVER SWEARS. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

TOMORROW IS NOT ANOTHER DAY. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 90.

TONY’S WIFE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 72.

TOO MANY TONYS. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 15.

TOO MANY VICTIMS. See

IRONSIDE.

TOO MUCH GOVERNMENT. See

ISSUES OF GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM.

TOOLS FOR LEARNING: AN ARTIST TEACHES ACADEMIC SKILLS THROUGH WOODWORK. Kingsbury Center. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Berthold Schmutzhart & Kingsbury Center, Inc.; 27Oct71; MP22319.

TOOTH FOR A TOOTH. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

TOP HAND. See

BONANZA.

TOUCH AND GO RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

THE TOUCHSTONE. Don Wobber. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Don Wobber; 20Dec71; LP40811.

TOWARD INDEPENDENCE. See

THE REVOLUTION.

TOWARD UNDERSTANDING MODERN CHURCHES (Filmstrip) Commission of Church Architecture of the Lutheran Church in America. Made by Lutheran Film Associates. 80 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & writer, Ruth E. Fryhle; editor & narrator, Robert E. A. Lee.

© Commission on Church Architecture of the Lutheran Church in America; 1Nov71; JP13798.

THE TOWN (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. (What’s around us, X–222–B)

Credits: General ed., Alexander M. Butman.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13726.

THE TOWN KILLER. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

TRAFFIC LAWS 1. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

TRAFFIC LAWS 2. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

TRAFFIC SIGNALS. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR. See

SHAW VERSUS SHAKESPEARE.

THE TRAIL OF TEARS. See

OKLAHOMA, A STATE HISTORY.

TRANSFER AND AMBULATION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 13.

TRANSPORT SYSTEMS IN ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 27Oct71; MP22131.

TRANSPORTATION OF AN INJURED PERSON. See

FIRST AID AS IT HAPPENS.

TREMENDOUS SENSE OF LOYALTY. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

THE TREND SETTERS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 13Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13769.

THE TRIAL. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

TRIAL BY FIRE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

TRIAL OF A PFC. See

THE BOLD ONES.

TRIAL OF REVOLUTIONARY SOCIALISTS, MOSCOW, 1922. Thorne Films. 2 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 354) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22249.

TRIANGLES. Review Educational Films. 6 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Third level series) Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22294.

TRIP STEEL. Thorne Films. 5 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Produced in collaboration with U.S.A.E.C. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 1Dec70: MP22279.

TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE. See

BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES.

THE TROLLEY, BY GOLLY. Dennis S. Johnson. 23 min., sd., color and b&w, 16 mm. NM: compilation & addition. © Dennis S. Johnson; 29Dec71; MP22686.

THE TROUBLE WITH ICE. Boy Scouts of America. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 10Dec71; MP22124.

TROUBLE WITH TROUBLE. See

BONANZA.

TROUBLE WITH TRUTH. See

FIRST THINGS: THE TROUBLE WITH TRUTH.

THE TRUCE AT ABURAHA RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT WORKS. See

MEN AT LAW.

THE TUG OF WAR RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

TUGBOAT CAPTAIN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The world of work) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 26Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22298.

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT. Level 1 (Filmstrip) Educational Research Council of America. 59 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 28Feb72; JP13970.

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT. Level 2: My external environment (Filmstrip) Educational Research Council of America. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 28Feb72; JP13971.

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT. Level 4: The social environment (Filmstrip) Educational Research Council of America. 64 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 28Feb72; JP13972.

TUNING INTO MY ENVIRONMENT: THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT (Filmstrip) Educational Research Council of America. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 28Feb72; JP13996.

TURN OF THE SCREW. See

THE NIGHTCOMERS.

TURNING TOWARD JERUSALEM. See

MY NAME IS JESUS.

THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS. Q3. Released by Weston Woods Studios. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the picture book by Robert Broomfield.

Credits: Illustrator, Robert Broomfield; singer, Buffy Allen; arranger, Doug Wood.

Appl. author: Morton Schindel.

© Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 3Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP40529.

TWO DIFFERENT SIDES OF BOATING. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 12.

TWO GOOD REASONS. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

200 MOTELS. Murakami Wolf Productions & Bizarre Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 99 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, Jerry Good & Herb Cohen; director, story, screenplay, music composer & arranger, Frank Zappa.

Cast: The Mothers of Invention, Ringo Starr, Theodore Bikel, Keith Moon, Jimmy Carl Black.

© Murakami Wolf Productions, Inc. & Bizarre Productions, Inc.; 27Oct71; LP40485.

THE TWO IF BY SEA RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

2000 YEARS LATER. Bert Tenzer Organization. Released by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 80 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Bert Tenzer; music composer & conductor, Stu Phillips; director of photography, Mario di Leo; film editor, Donn Cambern.

Cast: Terry-Thomas, Edward Everett Horton, Pat Harrington, Lisa Seagram, John Abbot.

© Bert Tenzer Organization, Ltd.; 1Apr69 (in notice: 1967); LP40876.

TWO-WORD VERBS (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13960.

U

U.F. OHHH! JEANNIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 88.

U.S. HOME FRONT IN WORLD WAR II. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 376) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22429.

U.S. INTERVENTION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC CRISIS (1965) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 393) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22268.

U.S. INTERVENTION IN THE NICARAGUAN CIVIL WAR (1927) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 333) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22237.

U.S. OCCUPATION OF GERMANY. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 391) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22435.

U.S. OCCUPATION OF JAPAN. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 392) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22267.

U.S. PUNITIVE EXPEDITION INTO MEXICO. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 336) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22239.

THE UNBENDING KING & THE MAN WITH TWO WIVES (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips on 1 roll, color, 35 mm. (African folk tales, 926–4)

Credits: Illustrator, S. D. Kaicher.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 3Feb71 (in notice: 1970); JP13605.

UNCLE A-GO-GO. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 123.

THE UNCOMMON CAR (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 53 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 13Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13774.

UNDER AND OVER THE WATER. See

LLOYD BRIDGES’ WATER WORLD. Show no. 5.

UNDER SURVEILLANCE. See

CBS REPORTS.

UNDERSTANDING AGGRESSION. Meredith Corp. Distributed by Appleton-Century-Crofts. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: By Roger Ulrich.

© Meredith Corp.; 31Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP22571.

UNDERSTANDING SHAKESPEARE: HIS SOURCES. Coronet Instructional Films. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Consultant, Levi Fox.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 10Jan72; MP22629.

UNDERSTANDING SHAKESPEARE: HIS STAGECRAFT. Coronet Instructional Films. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Consultant, Levi Fox.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 10Jan72; MP22628.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR PARENTS (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With discussion guide, by Lawrence Baker, 56 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: What separates us? 67 fr.--What brings us together? 54 fr.

Credits: Writer, Richard Worth; editor, James Relyea; photographer, Wasyl Szkodzinsky.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Richard Worth & Lawrence Baker (discussion guide)

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 6Apr72; A335924.

THE UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2 (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 448–1–-448–2: Marine vegetation, pt. 1. 46 fr.--Marine vegetation, pt. 2. 47 fr.

Credits: Author & photographer, Jackson Fraser.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 22Feb72; JP14124–14123.

AN UNFAIR COMPARISON, DEMON VS. MAVERICK (Filmstrip) Dodge Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 30Dec71; JP13761.

[UNIT PUBLICATION, SOUND FILMSTRIP SERIES FOR THE ISCS PROGRAM] (Filmstrip) EdMediaTec. 25 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With cassettes. Appl. states 10 filmstrips prev. reg. 3Mar71, JP13071–13075 & 1May71, JP13160–13163, 13226. NM: additions & revisions. © EdMediaTec, Inc.; 1Oct71; JP13586.

UNITED AUTO WORKERS STRIKE (1937) Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 372) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22259.

THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 76 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14036.

UNITY IN DIVERSITY: an audio-visual report of the eight oceanic and continental conferences (Filmstrip) National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. 131 fr., color, 35 mm. Includes 131 col. slides (duplicates of filmstrip frames) Appl. author: Baha’i Pub. Committee. © National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States of America; 28Jan72; JP14010.

UPJOHN MINI-TEXT SERIES. See

RENAL FACTORS IN BLOOD-PRESSURE REGULATION.

UPPERS AND DOWNERS: WHAT KILLED BILLY LAWTON. See

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD.

URASHIMA TARO. See

JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.

URBAN RUSSIA: 1921. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 366) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22425.

USE, QUALITY AND SERVICE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 51 fr., color, 35 mm. (Let the buyer beware, X–211–E)

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13702.

USING AN ATLAS. See

[MAP READING]

USING LEVERS. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

USING THESE RECORDS. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

UTILIZING OUR RESOURCES. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

V

VACATION. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL JOINT SERVICE, 1972 (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 29 fr., color, 35 mm. © Broadman Films; 1Dec71; JP14018.

VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL SERIES, GRADES 5 & 6. See

BREAD.

VALENTINE’S DAY. See

HOLIDAYS.

VALLEY FORGE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, War for independence. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 7Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP22863.

VALUES (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X238–A--X238–F: Telling the truth. 63 fr.--What is stealing? 50 fr.--Kindness. 51 fr.--Politeness. 49 fr.--Responsibility. 54 fr.--Citizenship. 44 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13821, 13826, 13863, 13938, 13921, 13925.

VAMPS. Ray-Vino Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Raymond Vino.

© Ray-Vino Productions, Inc.; 17Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP22395.

VAN ARSDALE TWINS PROMISE. See

[GILLETTE CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL (Filmstrip) Ford Marketing Corp., Ford Customer Service Division. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 6 manuals, 1 v. each.

Contents: Course 5002–5007: Introduction, fuel evaporative and crankcase emission control systems. 84 fr.--IMCO system. 67 fr.--TRS system. 81 fr.--ESC system. 94 fr.--Carburetor adjustments. 114 fr.--Maintenance. 88 fr.

© Ford Marketing Corp.; 26Aug71; A347632–347633, 347635–347634, 347637–347636.

VENEREAL DISEASE (Filmstrip) MSJC Productions. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 56 fr.; pt. 2, 68 fr.), color, 35 mm.

Credits: Planner & writer, Robert Schley.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: MSJC); 1Nov71; JP13579–13580.

VERBOS IRREGULARES (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13956.

VERBS. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

THE VERDICT. See

THE BOLD ONES.

VERNIER INSTRUMENTS. See

SHOP MEASURING INSTRUMENTS.

VERY SPECIAL SAILFISH. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

VETERAN REHABILITATION: 1920. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 350) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22247.

VIBRATION MEASUREMENT. Pt. 1–2. IRD Mechanalysis. 43 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © IRD Mechanalysis, Inc.; 10Apr72; MU8433.

THE VIEW FROM THE TOP. See

MEN AT LAW.

VILLAGE LIFE ON A PACIFIC ATOLL, PT. 1. See

MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2.

VILLAGE LIFE ON A PACIFIC ATOLL, PT. 2. See

MAN IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. GROUP 2.

VILLAIN. Anglo-E.M.I. Film Distributors & Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 97 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. From the novel The burden of proof, by James Barlow.

Credits: Producers, Alan Ladd, Jr. & Jay Kanter; director, Michael Tucher; screenplay, Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais; music composer, Jonathan Hodge; arranger, Steve Gray; camera operator, John Harris; film editor, Ralph Sheldon.

Cast: Richard Burton, Ian McShane, Nigel Davenport, Fiona Lewis, Cathleen Nesbitt.

© Anglo-E.M.I. Film Distributors, Ltd.; 1Jun71; LP40749.

VIOLENT TRUCE RAID. See

THE RAT PATROL.

VISIT OF THE TABLE TENNIS TEAM FROM THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA. Tony Cirillo. 347 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Tony Cirillo; 19May72; MU8453.

A VISIT TO FRA MAURO. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 7.

VISITING WITCH. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

THE VISUAL SYSTEM: THE GLOBE. Teaching Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Anatomy of the human eye)

Credits: Director, Herbert R. Smith; script, Connie Nelson; narrator, N. Don Macon; illustrator, Steve Harrison; cinematographers, Joachim D. Zwer & T. Allen Mewbourn; editor, Eugenia Doughtie.

© Teaching Films, Inc., division of A-V Corp.; 14Apr72; MU8444.

VISUALIZATION--A KEY TO READING. Clair Calhoon & Grace M. Petitclerc. Distributed by Soundings. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Clair Calhoon & Grace M. Petitclerc; 21Apr72; MP22709.

VOICES AND SPEECH. See

SOUND.

VOLTAGE. See

PARALLEL CIRCUITS.

SERIES CIRCUITS.

VOLTAGE AND VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT. ADM-MPS. Released by Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Alexander Jackson & Kenneth Osborne.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 30Sep71; MP22183.

VOLTMETERS AND AMMETERS (Filmstrip) MSJC Productions. 35 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, M–6A)

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); 1Jan71; JP13276.

VOLUME. See

MEASURING.

VOLUME AND MASS RELATIONSHIPS. See

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER.

THE VOWEL “A”. Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 1Nov71; MP22603.

THE VOWEL “E”. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Distributed by Journal Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 15Dec71; MP22413.

THE VOWEL “I”. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Distributed by Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 15Dec71; MP22412.

THE VOWEL “O”. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Distributed by Journal Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 15Dec71; MP22414.

THE VOWEL “U”. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Distributed by Journal Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Reading skills) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 15Dec71; MP22411.

THE VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE (Filmstrip) Edwin Shapiro. 3 filmstrips (pt. 1, 42 fr.; pt. 2, 38 fr.; pt. 3, 41 fr.), color, 35 mm. © Edwin Shapiro; 1Dec71; JP13644–13646.

VOYOU (THE CROOK) Films Ariane, Productions Artistes Associes, Films 13 & Produzioni Europee Associate. [France] Distributed by Films 13 & Productions Artistes Associes. Released in the U.S. by United Artists Corp. 120 min., sd., color, 35 mm. English subtitles.

Credits: Producer, Alexandre Mnouchkine; director, Claude Lelouch; writers, Claude Lelouch, Pierre Uytterhoeven & Claude Pinoteau; music, Francis Lai; director of photography, Jean Collomb; editor, Marie-Claude Lacambre.

Cast: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Daniele Delorme, Charles Denner, Christine Lelouch, Amidou.

© Les Films Ariane, S.A.; 20Nov70; LF92.

W

WAGES IN A MARKET ECONOMY (Filmstrip) National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States. Made by McGraw-Hill Films. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. (American economy series) Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © National Assn. of Manufacturers of the United States; 1Mar72 (in notice: 1971); JP14030.

WAGON. See

BONANZA.

WAGON WAYS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 54 fr., color, 35 mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 29Dec71; JP13765.

WALK IN THE DARK. See

MCCLOUD.

WALKABOUT. Max L. Raab-Si Litvinoff Films (Pty.) Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the novel by James Vance Marshall.

Credits: Producer, Si Litvinoff; director & photographer, Nicolas Roeg; screenplay, Edward Bond; music composer & conductor, John Barry; film editors, Antony Gibbs & Alan Pattillo.

Cast: Jenny Agutter, Lucien John, David Gumpilil.

© Max L. Raab-Si Litvinoff Films (Pty.), Ltd.; 31Dec70; LP40482.

THE WALL. Fred Calhoun. 30 min., sd., color. 16 mm. © Fred Calhoun; 1Jan72; LP40429.

WALLS ARE WAITING. See

IRONSIDE.

WALT WHITMAN: POET FOR A NEW AGE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. Made by Stoumen Films. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Lou Stoumen; writers, Lou Stoumen & Abram D. Murray.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22858.

THE WAR COMES HOME. New Film Co. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. Appl. author: Robert S. Jones. © New Film Co., Inc.; 1Jan70; MP22415.

WAR FOR EMPIRE. See

COLONIAL AMERICA.

WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE. See

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY.

THE SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD.

VALLEY FORGE.

YORKTOWN.

WAR MERCHANTS. See

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

WARM-BLOODED AND COLD-BLOODED ANIMALS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 3May71; MP22160.

WARN THE WORLD ABOUT MIKE. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

THE WARNING GAME (Filmstrip) Instructional Systems. Made by Image Pub. Corp. 54 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer-director, Doug Weathers; writer, Donald M. Friedman; photographer, Alan Breslaw; artist, Pamela Pencraft.

© Scope; 4Dec71; JP13739.

WARREN HARDING: PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 352) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22248.

WARSAW PACK INTERVENTION IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project) NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22233.

WASHINGTON CONFERENCE (1921–1922) Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 356) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22250.

WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY. See

HOLIDAYS.

WATCH THE BIRDIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 23.

WATCH WHERE YOU GO. See

BEING SAFE.

WATCHING ARTISTS AT WORK (Filmstrip) Imperial Film Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: 325–1–-325–2: Creating an abstract water color. 52 fr.--Creating a realistic oil portrait. 56 fr.

Credits: Photographers, Nina Paull & Christopher Clark.

© Imperial Film Co., Inc.; 16Feb72; JP14117–14118.

WATER BIRDS. See

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE.

WATER DEPRIVATION SODIUM ION TOXICITY (SALT POISONING) IN SWINE. Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Biomedical Communications Section. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 1Mar72; MP22481.

WATER MOVEMENT IN STEMS. No. 640. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Producer & photographer, B. L. Ruffner.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Apr72; MP22671.

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE AND NOT A DROP TO DRINK. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST. v. 13, issue 1.

THE WATER WORKS. Roa’s Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Ray J. Lenahan. © Roa’s Films; 25Oct71; LP40322.

THE WAY OF OUR FATHERS. Humboldt State College Foundation. 33 min., sd., color. © Humboldt State College Foundation; 5Apr72; MU8430.

THE WAY OF THE CHINESE BRUSH. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Division of Education. 12 min., si., b&w, 16 mm. © Philadelphia Museum of Art; 14Jan72; MP22219.

WAYS THAT ANIMALS GROW UP. See

CLASSIFYING.

WE DISCOVER THE ENCYCLOPEDIA. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Jun71; MP22157.

WE ONCE CAME HOME TO PARADES. See

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

WE WORK TOGETHER (Filmstrip) Fortress Press. 44 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Richard N. Clapper; editor, John A. Jorgenson; photographer, Ed Eckstein.

© Fortress Press; 3Jan72; JP13696.

WEARY WILLIES. See

BONANZA.

WEATHER MAPS. See

[MAP READING]

THE WEDDING. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 124.

WEIGHT. See

MEASURING.

WEIGHT AND MASS RELATIONSHIPS. See

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS IN MATTER.

WELCOME ABOARD! Roundtable Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Roundtable Productions, Inc.; 5May72; LP40898.

WELL COMPLETIONS. Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME. 10 hr., sd., b&w. (Production operations, course 1) Videotape (1/2″) © American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical & Petroleum Engineers, Inc.; 9Dec71; MU8388.

WEST CHICHAGOF! Sierra Club. Made by Dawson Productions. Distributed by Association-Sterling Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: By John Flannery & Laurence Dawson; narrator, Rolf Russell; film editor, Sheri Espar.

© Sierra Club; 1Oct71; MP22442.

WEST SUDAN. See

THE SCULPTURE OF BLACK AFRICA.

THE WEST THE WAY IT WAS (Filmstrip) Perfection Form Co. 116 fr., color, 35 mm. With record & script (20 p.) © Perfection Form Co.; 15Sep71; JP13583.

WEST VS. COLONEL MACKENZIE. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

A WESTERN DREAM. Bill Sandy Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Bill Sandy Co., Inc.; 26Mar72; LP40821.

WHADDYA MEAN, THE HORSE GETS THE GIRL. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

WHAT ARE ANIMAL TAILS FOR? Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 3May71; MP22154.

WHAT BRINGS US TOGETHER. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR PARENTS.

WHAT DID YOU TAKE? New York State Dept. of Health. Made by Knightsbridge Productions. 36 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Commentary, Harold Trigg.

© New York State Dept. of Health; 15Jul71; MP22098.

WHAT HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 14.

[WHAT IS A ____?] (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X229–A--X229–F: What is a rock? 54 fr.--What is a plant? 47 fr.--What is an animal? 44 fr.--What is water? 51 fr.--What is a cloud? 62 fr.--What is day and night? 58 fr.

Credits: General editor, Bertram M. Siegel.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13860, 13900, 13875, 13842, 13850, 13918.

WHAT IS A JOB. See

[JOB INTERVIEW]

WHAT IS BANKING. See

[BANKING]

WHAT IS COMMUNICATION (Filmstrip) Fortress Press. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–4: Some ideas about it. 13 fr.--They don’t listen to me. 12 fr.--Build a sender/receiver. 12 fr.--Meanings and stuff. 12 fr.

Credits: Producer, Richard N. Clapper; editor, John A. Jorgenson; art, Gina McKee.

© Fortress Press; 3Jan72; JP13694–13695, 13692–13693.

WHAT IS CONSERVATION. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

WHAT IS DRIVER’S ED. See

[DRIVER’S EDUCATION]

WHAT IS EVOLUTION. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION.

WHAT IS GENETICS. See

AN INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

WHAT IS MONEY. See

MONEY: HOW IT FUNCTIONS.

WHAT IS STEALING. See

VALUES.

WHAT IS THE STOCK MARKET. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

WHAT IS ZERO? Review Educational Films. 5 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 1Sep71; MP22597.

WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU. See

THE FINANCIAL MARKETPLACE.

WHAT SEPARATES US. See

UNDERSTANDING YOUR PARENTS.

WHAT THEY ARE. See

FORM CLASS WORDS.

INVESTIGATING VERTEBRATES.

WHAT THEY DO. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

WHAT WATER DOES (Filmstrip) Visual Sciences. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. © Gerrit C. Zwart; 23Jan67; A292375.

WHATEVER BECAME OF BABY CUSTER. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 11.

WHAT’S AROUND US. See

THE CITY.

THE COUNTRY.

GETTING IT THERE.

THE HOME.

PEOPLE.

THE TOWN.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME? Marathon International Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Marathon International Productions, Inc.; 23Nov71; MP22201.

WHAT’S NEW, POODLE DOG. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 36.

WHAT’S YOUR AUTHORITY? Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Apr72; MP22856.

THE WHEAT AND THE WEEDS. See

THE PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM.

WHEEL-AND-AXLE PULLEY. See

INVESTIGATING SIMPLE MACHINES.

WHEELY-BIRD. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

WHEN I AM LIFTED UP (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 32 fr., color, 35 mm. A Communico production.

Credits: Script, Earle H. Gaulke; artist, William Spitzmiller/Communico.

© Concordia Pub. House; 28Apr72; JP14012.

WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME. American Broadcasting Companies. 50 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 15Aug71; MP22471.

WHEN LOVE NEEDS CARE. Leonard C. Schwarz. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Leonard C. Schwarz; director, Barry Pollack; photographer & editor, David Espar.

© Leonard C. Schwarz; 24Jan72; MP22317.

WHEN RIGHTS CONFLICT. See

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN.

WHEN THE GRASS WAS GREEN AND THE WATER BLUE. See

SAVING WHAT’S LEFT.

WHERE THE WILD GOOSE GOES. American National Enterprises. 25 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A North American Wildlife production. © American National Enterprises, Inc.; 7Jan70; LP40474.

WHERE WERE WE, WALDO. See

STOREFRONT LAWYERS.

WHERE’D YOU GO-GO. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 12.

WHERE’S YOUR LOYALTY? Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 11Apr72; MP22677.

WHICH SET HAS MORE? (Filmstrip) Mathematics Dept. of the Educational Research Council of America. 21 fr., color, 35 mm. © Educational Research Council of America; 1Feb72; A309990.

WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT? Jerry Lewis Films. Released by Warner Bros. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer & director, Jerry Lewis.

Cast: Jerry Lewis, John Wood, Steve Franken, Jan Murray, Dack Rambo.

© Warner Bros., Inc.; 24Jun70; LP40893.

WHICH WILL IT BE? (Filmstrip) Field Enterprises Educational Corp. Made by Rocket Pictures. 136 fr., color, 35 mm. © Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 17Mar72; JP14022.

WHITE CELL SERIES. See

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY: A MORPHOLOGIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS.

WHITE CLOUD PEAKS. Film Originals. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Helen Stanfield Smith. © George Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 3Apr72; MP22566.

WHITERIVER, ARIZONA. See

FRIENDS. Episode no. 12.

WHO ARE YOU CALLING A GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 69.

WHO NEEDS A GREEN-EYED GENIE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 39.

WHO NEEDS RULES? Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Apr72; MP22676.

WHO SAID WHAT? (Filmstrip) Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America. 12 fr., color, 35 mm. For use with Alter egos.

Credits: Cartoon art: Luther Lindberg.

© Augsburg Pub. House & Board of Publication, Lutheran Church in America; 1Dec71; JP13756.

WHO SAYS YOU CAN’T MAKE FRIENDS IN NEW YORK CITY. See

MCCLOUD.

WHY ANIMALS LIVE WHERE THEY LIVE (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X235–A--X235–F: Sea gulls. 46 fr.--Squirrels. 37 fr.--Frogs and toads. 51 fr.--Oysters, clams and mussels. 42 fr.--Water birds. 49 fr.--Earthworms. 36 fr.

Credits: General editor, Bertram M. Siegel.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13840, 13854, 13923, 13934, 13841, 13851.

WHY DO WE? (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X230–A--X230–F: Work and play. 51 fr.--Have rules. 48 fr.--Have homes. 47 fr.--Grow. 44 fr.--Feel. 48 fr.--Die. 45 fr.

Credits: General editor, Judith H. Russell.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13866, 13820, 13917, 13880, 13919, 13867.

WHY DRUGS. See

DRUGS IN TODAY’S WORLD.

WHY I BLEW UP DAKOTA. SEE

THE NAME OF THE GAME.

WHY JONATHAN GIVES THANKS (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 26 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Iwao Yamanaka. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13751.

WHY WE KEEP RECORDS. See

THE ESSENCE OF ACCOUNTING.

WHY WE SEE LIKE HUMAN BEINGS (Filmstrip) Society for Visual Education. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 2 teacher’s guides. Produced in cooperation with the Better Vision Institute.

Contents: A566–1–-A566–2: Our eyes and how they work. 66 fr.--Vision problems and eye care. 73 fr.

© Society for Visual Education, Inc. & Better Vision Institute, Inc.; 10Mar69; A119515.

WIDOWS. Edward A. Mason. 43 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Edward A. Mason; 2Mar72; MP22396.

THE WILD BUNCH. Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. 140 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Credits: Director & writer, Sam Peckinpah.

Cast: William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Warren Oates, Ben Johnson, Jaime Sanchez.

© Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.; 18Jun69; LP40894.

WILL ROGERS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 351) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22422.

WILL SOMEONE PLANT MY FLOWERS FAIR. See

MESSAGE FROM GOD.

WILLIAM BLAKE. American Broadcasting Companies. 2 motion pictures (27 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. (Directions) Presented in cooperation with National Council of Churches.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: Innocence and experience.--Prophet.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Aram Boyajian; narrator, Gilbert Hodges.

Cast: Allen Ginsberg.

© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; 28Dec70 (in notice: 1971); MP22707–22708.

WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN. ETS Program Service. Made by KUED. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Max Fortie; director, Charles Moore; cinematographer, C. Larry Roberts.

© ETS Program Service; 8Mar72; MU8414.

WINDFALL. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

WINTER. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

WINTER KILL. See

BONANZA.

WITH LOVE, BULLETS & VALENTINES. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

WITNESS IN ROME. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

WITNESSES IN JERUSALEM. See

PAUL AND THE EARLY CHURCH.

WOLF TRACK. See

THE MEN FROM SHILOH.

WOMAN. United Artists Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © United Artists Corp.; 28Oct70; LP40743.

WOMAN’S PLACE. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

WOMEN: THE FORGOTTEN MAJORITY (Filmstrip) Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Times-Mirror. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 112 fr.; pt. 2, 106 fr.), color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide, 31 p.

Credits: Producer, Joan Troy; narrator, Gloria Steinem; photographers, Charmian Reading & Camilla Smith; editor, Anita Davidson.

© Denoyer-Geppert Audio-Visuals, Inc., solely owned by Times-Mirror Co.: 3May71; A328558.

WOMEN’S LIBERATION. American Broadcasting Companies. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Now) A presentation of ABC News.

Credits: Producer & writer, Marlene Sanders.

© American Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 12May70; MP22394.

WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 335) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22238.

WONDER SERIES. See

SLEEP AND DREAMS.

WONDERS OF HIS LOVE (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 22 fr., color, 35 mm. Appl. author: Janie Kline. © Concordia Pub. House; 1Jun71; JP13577.

WOOL: FROM FLEECE TO FASHION. Pendelton Woolen Mills. 20 min., sd. © Pendelton Woolen Mills; 21Apr72; MU8445.

THE WORD AND THE ECHO. Ian Clark. 5 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the poem, Paul Revere’s Ride, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. © Ian Clark; 11May71; LP40897.

WORD RECOGNITION. See

TEACHING THE READ SYSTEM, A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS.

WORDS AND SOUNDS. Set 2 (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by McGraw-Hill Films & University Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Consonant sounds: J, Y, Sh, Ch. 47 fr.--Consonant sounds: K, G, F, V. 44 fr.--Consonant sounds: L, R, S, Z. 46 fr.--Consonant sounds: M, W, P, B. 45 fr.--Consonant sounds: T, D, N, H. 45 fr.--Consonant sounds: Wh, Ng, Th. 44 fr.

Credits: Producer, Marvin L. Reiter; art director, Ed Dahlin; author, Louise Binder Scott; illustrator, Steve Duquette.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 28Apr72 (in notice: 1971); JP14023, 14027, 14024, 14028, 14026–14025.

WORDS AND SOUNDS. Set 3 (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films & University Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide.

Contents: The short a vowel sound. 43 fr.--The short e vowel sound. 41 fr.--The short i vowel sound. 43 fr.--The short o vowel sound. 42 fr.--The short u vowel sound. 41 fr.--The aw sound. 40 fr.

Credits: Producer, Marvin L. Reiter; author, Louise Binder Scott; art director, Ed Dahlin; illustrator, Lillian Brandi; designer, Karen Pittman.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 19May72 (in notices: 1971); JP14134–14139.

WORDSWORTH’S LAKE COUNTRY: IMAGE OF MAN AND NATURE. Perfection Form Co. Made by Cine-Image Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Perfection Form Co.; 15Sep71; MP22164.

WORK AND PLAY. See

WHY DO WE.

THE WORK ETHIC. See

THE PURITAN LEGACY.

WORKING WITH MAPS (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X237–A--X237–F: Reviewing the elements of a map. 58 fr.--The globe. 60 fr.--Political and topographic maps. 44 fr.--Isograms. 41 fr.--Special purpose maps. 43 fr.--Projections. 53 fr.

Credits: General editor, Donald J. Reis; graphic artist, Edward A. Casker.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep71; JP13902, 13871, 13943, 13812, 13810, 13874.

WORLD OF WORK. See

RESCUE SQUAD.

TUGBOAT CAPTAIN.

WORLD WAR I: RUSSO-TURKISH NAVAL BATTLE. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 338) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22240.

WORLD WAR I: U.S. HOME FRONT. Thorne Films. 4 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 340) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22242.

WORLD WAR I: U.S. HOME FRONT CARTOONS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 339) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, Dale C. Willard, James C. Schott & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22241.

WORTH OF A MAN. See

MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

WRECKED BUTLER. See

THE GOOD LIFE.

WRIGHT BROTHERS. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 330) Loop film.

Credits: Producers, James C. Schott, Dale C. Willard & Dennis S. Grogan.

NM: compilation authorship.

© Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP22834.

WRITERS ON WRITING. See

CATHERINE DRINKER BOWEN: OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES.

WRITING A BOOK REPORT. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

WRITING A PAPER. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

WRITING, PRESENTING INFORMATION AND DATA. See

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS.

WRITING THE PRESIDENT. See

ALL IN THE FAMILY.

WUTHERING HEIGHTS. American International Productions (England) Released by American International Pictures. 21 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Emily Bronte. © American International Productions (England) Ltd.; 15Dec70; LP40320.

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD. Weston Woods Studios. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. From the poem by Eugene Field. Appl. author: Morton Schindel. © Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 31Dec71; LP40381.

X

X Y & ZEE. Zee Films, London. Released in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, Jay Kanter & Alan Ladd, Jr.; director, Brian G. Hutton; writer, Edna O’Brien; music, Stanley Myers; director of photography, Billy Williams; editor, Jim Clark.

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Caine, Susannah York, Margaret Leighton, Mary Larkin.

© Zee Films, Ltd.; 25Oct71; LF93.

Y

THE YACHT MURDER CASE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 6.

YAP. See

KREE FINDS THE WAY.

THE YELLOW BUG. New Jersey State Dept. of Education. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © New Jersey State Dept. of Education; 2Oct70; LP40866.

YESTERDAY IS BUT A DREAM. See

MEN AT LAW.

YORKTOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Adapted from the EBEC filmstrip series, War for independence. Appl. states prev. reg. & prev. pub. NM: additional cinematography. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 10Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP22861.

YOU AND YOUR COMMUNITY BANK (Filmstrip) L. A. Whitney Associates. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. © L. A. Whitney Associates, Inc.; 10Jun64; JP13590.

YOU CAN’T ARREST ME, I DON’T HAVE A DRIVER’S LICENSE. See

I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 49.

YOU CAN’T HAVE YOUR CAKE. See

H. R. PUFNSTUF.

YOU PROMISED. See

FIRST THINGS: YOU PROMISED.

YOUNG MARRIEDS. See

[MIDLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

YOUR DENTAL EXAMINATION (Filmstrip) Professional Education & Research. 58 fr., color, 35 mm. © Professional Education & Research, a div. of Patrick Productions, Inc.; 1Jan72 (in notice: 1971); JP13797.

YOUR EARS ARE FOR HEARING. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YOUR EYES ARE FOR SEEING. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YOUR NOSE IS FOR SMELLING. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X206–A--X206–F: Protecting each Individual. 43 fr.--Privacy and freedom. 42 fr.--Innocent until proven guilty. 38 fr.--The trial. 40 fr.--I’ll sue. 38 fr.--When rights conflict. 48 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP13830, 13929, 13829, 13857, 13912, 13825.

YOUR SENSES WORK TOGETHER. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YOUR SKIN IS FOR FEELING. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YOUR STUDY SKILLS: LEARNING FROM PICTURES. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 17Jan72 (in notice: 1971); MP22374.

YOUR TONGUE IS FOR TASTING. See

DISCOVERING YOUR SENSES.

YUGOSLAVIA, LAND OF THE SOUTH SLAVS (Filmstrip) Popular Science Audio-Visuals. 43 fr., color, 35 mm. © Popular Science Audio-Visuals, Inc.; 2Mar70; A196101.

Z

Z.P.G. (ZERO POPULATION GROWTH) Sagittarius Productions. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Thomas F. Madigan; director, Michael Campus; screenplay, Max Ehrlich & Frank De Felitta; music composer & conductor, Jonathan Hodge; director of photography, Michael Reed; editor, Dennis Lanning.

Cast: Oliver Reed, Geraldine Chaplin, Don Gordon, Diane Cilento, David Markham.

© Sagittarius Productions, Inc.; 31Dec71; LP40870.

THE /Z/ SOUND. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. With tape. Appl. author: Jack Ferrucci. © San Antonio Independent School District; 31Aug71; JP13961.

ZEPPELIN. Getty & Fromkess Picture Corp. [Belgium] Released in the U.S. by Warner Bros. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision.

Cast: Michael York, Rupert Davies, Alexandra Stewart, Marius Goring, Elke Sommer.

© Getty & Fromkess Picture Corp. & Warner Bros., Inc.; 2Apr71; LP40891.

ZOO ANIMALS BEHIND THE SCENES. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 3May71; MP22161.

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

ABC PIN-UP, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 6Dec44; M15489. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522323.

ADDRESS UNKNOWN, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Jun44; L12703. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523224.

ADVENTURES OF KITTY O’DAY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 20Oct44; LP12930. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528826.

ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 13May44; L12643. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521033.

THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN, a photoplay in 11 reels by Hal Wallis Productions. © 29Mar45; L13202. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 31Mar72; R526319.

AFRICAN DIARY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 1Jan45; L13237. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 1Mar72; R524645.

ALL STAR MELODY MASTER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 16Oct44; MP15302. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528830.

AND TO THINK THAT I SAW IT ON MULBERRY STREET, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 9Jun44; L12713. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522513.

ANGEL PUSS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. (Looney tunes) © 24Jun44; M14967. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521071.

THE ANVIL CHORUS GIRL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 26May44; L12735. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521041.

APPOINTMENT WITH DEATH. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 6.

AQUA-MAIDS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 24Nov44; M15672. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525716.

ARE THESE OUR PARENTS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 27May44; L12672. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 19May72; R529331.

ARIZONA WHIRLWIND, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 4Feb44; L12487. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521027.

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Oct44; LP12890. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528820.

AS BABIES. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

AS THE FLY FLIES, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 17Nov44; L13144. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525706.

B

BACKYARD GOLF, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29May44; M14886. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521063.

BE PATIENT, PATIENT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 30Nov44; L13259. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525710.

BEES A’BUZZIN’, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 25May44; M14866. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521060.

BERMUDA MYSTERY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 4May44; L12824. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521447.

BETRAYAL FROM THE EAST, a photoplay in 82 min. by RKO Radio Pictures. © 22Mar45; L13283. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529250.

BETWEEN TWO WORLDS, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 20May44; L1265O. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521034.

BEWITCHED, a photoplay in 7 reels by Loew’s. © 19Jun45; L13327. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 26Jun72; R531326.

THE BIG BONANZA, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 3Jan45; L13080. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531021.

THE BIG BOSS SPEAKS. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 5.

THE BIG NOISE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 10Aug44; L13060. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521458.

BIRDIE AND THE BEAST, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 21Aug44; M15130. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524619.

BLACK ARROW, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels) © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Chap.

1. The city of gold. © 20Oct44; L13281. 5Apr72; R527524.

2. Signal of fear. © 27Oct44; L13290. 5Apr72; R527525.

3. The seal of doom. © 3Nov44; L13308. 5Apr72; R527526.

4. Terror of the badlands. © 10Nov44; L13315. 5Apr72; R527527.

5. The secret of the vault. © 17Nov44; L13326. 5Apr72; R527528.

6. Appointment with death. © 24Nov44; L13350. 5Apr72; R527529.

7. The chamber of horror. © 1Dec44; L13359. 5Apr72; R527530.

8. The vanishing dagger. © 8Dec44; L13372. 5Apr72; R527531.

9. Escape from death. © 15Dec44; L13387. 5Apr72; R527532.

10. The gold cache. © 22Dec44; L13407. 5Apr72; R527533.

11. The curse of the killer. © 29Dec44; L13420. 5Apr72; R527534.

12. Test by torture. © 5Jan45; L13433. 19May72; R529195.

13. The sign of evil. © 12Jan45; L13441. 19May72; R529196.

14. An Indian’s revenge. © 19Jan45; L13443. 19May72; R529197.

15. The Black Arrow triumphs. © 26Jan45; L13452. 19May72; R529198.

BLACK ARROW TRIUMPHS. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap, no. 15.

BLACK GOLD AND CACTUS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Lowell Thomas’ movietone adventures) © 10Nov44; M15463. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521477.

BLACK MAGIC, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 15Jul44; L12737. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 16Jun72; R530967.

THE BLAZING TRAP. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 2.

BLOCK BUSTERS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 22Jul44; L12749. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 15Jun72; R530953.

BLUE GRASS GENTLEMEN, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 15Sep44; M15269. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521475.

BLUENOSE SCHOONER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 14Oct44; MP15301. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528829.

BOB WILLS AND HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 7Oct44; MP15291. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528828.

THE BODY SNATCHER, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 15Feb45; L13340. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529251.

BONNIE LASSIE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 11Oct44; L12884. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523786.

BOOBY DUPES, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 17Mar45; L13362. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529190.

BOSTON BLACKIE BOOKED ON SUSPICION, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 10May45; L13305. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530834.

BOTH BARRELS BLAZING, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 17May45; L13279. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530831.

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels) © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Chap. no.

1. Hot news! © 26Jan45; L13282. 19May72; R529215.

2. The blazing trap. © 2Feb45; L13289. 19May72; R529216.

3. Taken for a ride. © 9Feb45; L13307. 19May72; R529217.

4. A ghost walks. © 16Feb45; L13314. 19May72; R529219.

5. The big boss speaks. © 23Feb45; L13325. 19May72; R529187.

6. Man hunt! © 2Mar45; L13351. 19May72; R529188.

7. Hideout of terror. © 9Mar45; L13360. 19May72; R529189.

8. Killer at large. © 16Mar45; L13373. 19May72; R529192.

9. Dark magic. © 23Mar45; L13386. 19May72; R529193.

10. A double-cross. © 30Mar45; L13406. 19May72; R529194.

THE BRIGHTON STRANGLER, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 10May45; L13344. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529253.

BRING ON THE GIRLS, a photoplay in 10 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Feb45; L13216. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 31Mar72; R526320.

BRONCS AND BRANDS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 3Nov44; M15364. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522534.

BROTHER BRAT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 24Oct44; MP15337. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528837.

BUCKAROO BUGS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 30Aug44; M15164. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524621.

BUFFALO BILL, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 11Apr44; L12908. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521452.

BUGS BUNNY & THREE BEARS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 3May44; M14790. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521057.

BUGS BUNNY NIPS THE NIPS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 23Apr44; M14754. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521055.

C

CALIFORNY ER BUST, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 1Feb45; L13616. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 16Mar72; R525337.

A CALIPH’S TREACHERY. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 4.

CALL OF THE JUNGLE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 24jun44; L12720. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521039.

CANINE PATROL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 31May45: L104. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 3Jul72; R531290.

CANINE CASANOVA, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 12Feb45; L13586. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 16Mar72; R525334.

CAN’T HELP SINGING, a photoplay in 9 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 11Dec44; L13012. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522318.

CAROLINA BLUES, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Dec44; L13087. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525700.

CATCH ’EM AND EAT ’EM, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 7Jul44; M15756. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522538.

CATTLEMEN’S DAYS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 26Jun44; M14966. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521070.

CAVALCADE OF DANCE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29May44; M14889. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521064.

CHAMBER OF HORROR. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 7.

THE CHEATERS, a photoplay in 10 reels by Republic Productions. © 8jun45; L13333. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R551035.

THE CHICAGO KID, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Pictures Corp. © 15May45; L13354. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531037.

CHINATOWN CHAMPS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 18Apr44; M14719. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521051.

THE CHINESE CAT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 15Apr44; L12667. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521047.

CILLY GOOSE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 24Mar44; L12616. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522511.

CITY OF GOLD. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 1.

CITY OF PARADOX, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Movietone adventures) © 17Nov44; M16231. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521484.

CLEANLINESS BRINGS HEALTH, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 4jun45; M16119. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 3Jul72; R531288.

THE CLOCK, a photoplay in 9 reels by Loew’s, © 23Mar45; L13200. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 27Mar72; R525910.

COLORADO TROUT; a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 7Aug44; M15086. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524618.

COMMUNITY SING, a series of motion pictures by Columbia pictures Corp. 1 reel each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Series 8, 1943/44.

12. © 16Jun44; M15083. 17Jan72; R525227.

Series 9, 1944/45.

1. © 1Sep44; M15656. 20Mar72: R525715.

2. © 12Oct44; M15694. 20Mar72; R525717.

3. © 10Nov44; M16004. 20Mar72; R525684.

4. © 1Dec44; M15695. 20Mar72; R525718.

5. © 1Jan45; M15696. 19May72; R529178.

6. © 9Feb45; M15697. 19May72; R529179.

7. © 15Mar45; M16OO5. 19Mar72; R529181.

THE CONSPIRATORS, a photoplay in 10 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 21Oct44; LP12916. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528824.

CORPUS CHRISTI BANDITS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 20Apr45; L13246. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531030.

COUNTER-ATTACK, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 26Apr45; L13280. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530832.

COWBOY FROM LONESOME RIVER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 25Nov44; L12992. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525697.

CRIME BY NIGHT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 12Sep44; L12835. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524613.

CRIME BY NIGHT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Oct44; L12868. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521043.

THE CRIME DOCTOR’S COURAGE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 20Feb45; L13095. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529203.

CRY OF THE WEREWOLF, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Aug44; L12815. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523205.

CURED DUCK, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 13Apr45; L13065. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 15May72; R529684.

CURSE OF THE KILLER. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 11.

CYCLONE PRAIRIE RANGERS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Dec44; L12991. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525696.

D

DANCING IN MANHATTAN, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 14Dec44; L13154. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525707.

DANGEROUS JOURNEY, a motion picture in 8 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 21Aug44; M15898. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521483.

DARK MAGIC. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 9.

THE DAWN OF BETTER LIVING, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 13Apr45; M15998. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 15May72; R529682.

THE DESERT HAWK, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels) © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Chap. no.

1. The twin brothers. © 7Jul44; L12807. 3Feb72; R523203.

2. The evil eye. © 14Jul44; L12809. 3Feb72; R523204.

3. The mark of the scimitar. © 21Jul44; L12821. 3Feb72; R523207.

4. A caliph’s treachery. © 28Jul44; L12832. 3Feb72; R523208.

5. The secret of the palace. © 4Aug44; L12841. 3Feb72; R523209.

6. The feast of the beggars. © 11Aug44; L12845. 3Feb72; R523210.

7. Double jeopardy. © 18Aug44; L12866. 3Feb72; R523211.

8. The slave traders. © 25Aug44; L12893. 3Feb72; R523213.

9. The underground river. © 1Sep44; L12910. 20Mar72; R525689.

10. The fateful wheel. © 8Sep44; L12928. 20Mar72; R525690.

11. The mystery of the mosque. © 15Sep44; L12939. 20Mar72; R525691.

12. The hand of vengeance. © 22Sep44; L12942. 20Mar72; R525692.

13. Swords of fate. © 29Sep44; L12945. 20Mar72; R525693.

14. The wizard’s story. © 6Oct44; L12954. 20Mar72; R525694.

15. The triumph of Kasim. © 13Oct44; L12982. 20Mar72; R525695.

DESERT PLAYGROUND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29May44; M14885. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521062.

DESIGN FOR LOVING, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 3Nov44; L13235. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525709.

DETECTIVE KITTY O’DAY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 8Apr44; L12588. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521031.

DEVIL BOATS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 19Oct44; LP12909. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528822.

DISNEYLAND, a series of photoplays by Walt Disney Productions. 60 min. each. © Walt Disney Productions (PWH)

Show no.

9. 1954 Christmas show (Fantasyland) © 1Dec54 (in notice: 1944); L9350. 1Mar72; R524646.

DOG, CAT AND CANARY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 5Jan45; L13148. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529211.

DOG WATCH, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 2Jan45; L13213. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 1Mar72; R524643.

DOGIE ROUND UP, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 24May44; M14867. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521061.

DONALD’S CRIME, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 1Jan45; L13211. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 1Mar72; R524642.

A DOUBLE-CROSS. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 10.

DOUBLE JEOPARDY. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 7.

DUCK PIMPLES, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 16Feb45; L13589. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 16Mar72; R525336.

DUCK SOUP TO NUTS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. (Looney tunes) © 19Jun44; M14960. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521067.

E

EADIE WAS A LADY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 23Jan45; L13149. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529212.

EARL CARROLL VANITIES, a photoplay in 10 reels by Republic Productions. © 7Mar45; L13189. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531024.

ED THORGERSEN’S SPORTS REVIEW. See

GIRLS PREFERRED.

NYMPHS OF THE LAKE.

SKI SLOPES.

TROLLING FOR STRIKES.

THE EGG-YEGG, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. (The Fox and Crow) © 2Mar45; L13517. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529199.

THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 9Mar45; L13271. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529248.

ESCAPE FROM DEATH. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 9.

ESCAPE IN THE FOG, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 5Apr45; L13268. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530826.

EVE KNEW HER APPLES, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 12Apr45; L13269. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530827.

THE EVE OF ST. MARK, a photoplay in 11 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 30May44; L12756. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521441.

EVER SINCE VENUS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 27Oct44; L13086. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525699.

THE EVIL EYE. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 2.

EXPERIMENT PERILOUS, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 18Dec44; L13172. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522303.

THE EYES HAVE IT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 2Jan45; L13214. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 1Mar72; R524644.

F

THE FALCON IN HOLLYWOOD, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 30Nov44; L13284. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522305.

FALL GUY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 7Apr45; L13230. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 10Apr72; R527114.

FANTASYLAND. See

DISNEYLAND. Show no. 9.

THE FATAL SEARCH. See

THE MONSTER AND THE APE. Chap. no. 4.

FATEFUL WHEEL. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 10.

THE FEAST OF THE BEGGARS. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 6.

FEDERAL OPERATOR, a series of photoplays by Republic Productions. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels) © Repix, Inc. (PWH)

1–6. © 4Jun45; L13329. 20Jun72; R531034.

THE FIGHTING GUARDSMAN, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 23May45; L13275. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530829.

THE FIGHTING LADY, a motion picture in 6 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 24Dec44; M15860. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521481.

FILIPINO SPORTS PARADE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 24Jun44; M14965. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521069.

FILM VODVIL, a series of motion pictures by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Series 2, 1944/45.

1. © 1Sep44; M15299. 20Mar72; R525714.

2. © 27Oct44; M15750. 20Mar72; R525720.

3. © 8Dec44; M15751. 20Mar72; R525721.

4. © 2Feb45; M15913. 19May72; R529180.

FLAME OF BARBARY COAST, a photoplay in 10 reels by Republic Productions. © 6Apr45; L13245. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531029.

FLAMES OF FATE. See

THE MONSTER AND THE APE. Chap. no. 3.

FOLLOW THE LEADER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 29Apr44; L12627. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 13Apr72; R526944.

FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP, a photoplay in 9 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 1Apr44; L12812. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521443.

FOX AND CROW. See

THE EGG-YEGG.

A FRIEND IN DISGUISE. See

THE MONSTER AND THE APE. Chap. no. 6.

FUN FOR ALL, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 14Apr44; M15237. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521472.

FUN TIME, a photoplay in 2 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Jun44; L12721. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523784.

FURLOUGH FISHING, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 25Aug44; M15163. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522532.

G

G.I. SPORTS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 10Jul44; M15091. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523219.

GENTS WITHOUT CENTS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Sep44; L12820. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525688.

A GHOST WALKS. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 3.

GIRL RUSH, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 20Oct44; L12988. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522300.

GIRLS PREFERRED; a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Ed Thorgersen’s sports review) © 24Nov44; M15896. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521482.

GOLD CACHE. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 10.

GOLD IS WHERE YOU LOSE IT, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Sep44; L13136. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525702.

GOLDEN GLOVES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 31Mar44; M15107. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Jan72; R523199.

GOLDILOCKS AND JIVIN’ BEARS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 16Oct44; MP15306. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528834.

GREAT DAY, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 31Dec44; L707. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522296.

GREAT STAGECOACH ROBBERY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 9Feb45; L13181. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531022.

GREENWICH VILLAGE, a photoplay in 9 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 3Aug44; L12842. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521450.

GRISSLY’S MILLIONS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Republic Productions. © 30Dec44; L13079. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531020.

A GUY, A GAL, AND A PAL, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 8Mar45; L13274. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529214.

H

HALFWAY TO HEAVEN, a photoplay in 2 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 25Aug44; L12834. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523785.

HAND OF VENGEANCE. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 12.

HARE FORCE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 26Aug44; M15158. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524620.

HARE RIBBIN, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 16Oct44; MP15304. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528832.

HAVING WONDERFUL CRIME, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 31Dec44; L13273. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522304.

HEALTH FOR THE AMERICAS. See

HOW DISEASE TRAVELS.

INFANT CARE.

HEATHER AND YON, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 8Dec44; L13142. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525704.

HEDGE HOPPERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 20Oct44; M15894. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525724.

HEROES ON THE MEND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 24Mar44; M14680. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522525.

HIDEOUT OF TERROR. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 7.

HIS HOTEL SWEET, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15Jul44; L12765. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523200.

A HISTORIA DE JOSE (The history of Jose) A motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 29Dec44; M15713. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 5Jan72; R520747.

HITCHHIKE TO HAPPINESS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Republic Productions. © 7Jun45; L13425. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531039.

HOCKEY HOMICIDE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 27Feb45; L13588. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 16Mar72; R525335.

HOLLYWOOD SCOUT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 7Apr45; L13231. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 10Apr72; R527115.

HOME IN INDIANA, a photoplay in 11 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 14Jun44; L12924. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521453.

HOOKWORM, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 4May45; M16118. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 8Jun72; R530517.

HOT NEWS. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 1.

HOT RHYTHM, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 26Feb44; L12535. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521029.

HOW DISEASE TRAVELS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. (Health for the Americas) © 11Jun45; M16189. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 3Jul72; R531289.

HULLABA-LULU, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 17Mar44; L12547. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522509.

I

I GOT PLENTY OF MUTTON, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 26Apr44; M14772. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521056.

I LOVE A MYSTERY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 25Jan45; L13145. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529209.

IDLE ROOMERS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4Aug44; L12770. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523202.

I’M JUST CURIOUS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 8Sep44; L12846. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522518.

THE IMPATIENT YEARS, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 18Aug44; L12867. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523212.

IN A HAREM. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

IN MONKEY BUSINESS. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

IN THE MEANTIME, DARLING, a photoplay in 8 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 13Sep44; L13204. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521463.

IN THE NEWSREELS. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

IN WINTER QUARTERS. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

AN INDIAN’S REVENGE. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. no. 14.

INFANT CARE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. (Health for the Americas) © 10Mar45; M16188. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 17Apr72; R527340.

INSECTS AS CARRIERS OF DISEASE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 13Jun45; M16117. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 3Jul72; R531287.

IRISH EYES ARE SMILING, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 12Oct44; L12983. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521456.

IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 12Mar45; L13206. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 15Mar72; R525180.

IT’S NIFTY TO BE THRIFTY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 18Aug44; L12803. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522515.

J

JANE EYRE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 3Feb44; L12813. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521444.

JANIE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 2Sep44; L12810. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524612.

JASPER GOES HUNTING, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 28Jul44; L12805. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522516.

JASPER’S PARADISE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 20Sep44; L12906. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522519.

JEALOUSY, a photoplay in 8 reels by Republic Productions. © 19Jun45; L13437. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531040.

JEWELS OF IRAN, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 25Aug44; M15268. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521474.

JOHNNY DOESN’T LIVE HERE, a photoplay in 9 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 20May44; LP12698. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 12May72; R528907.

JOSE COME BEM (JOSE EATS WELL) A motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 29Dec44; M15714. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 5Jan72; R520748.

JOSE EATS WELL. See

JOSE COME BEM (JOSE EATS WELL).

JUNGLE CAPTIVE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 6Dec44; L13030. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522319.

JUNGLE THRILLS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Apr44; M14753. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521054.

JUNIOR JIVE BOMBERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 31Jul44; M15068. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524617.

K

K–9 KADETS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 8Sep44; M15893. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525723.

KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY, a photoplay in 10 reels by Loew’s. © 12Feb45; L13140. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 14Feb72; R523349.

THE KEYS OF THE KINGDOM, a photoplay in 14 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 14Dec44; L13126. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521461.

KICKAPOO JUICE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 23Feb45; L13312. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529218.

KILLER AT LARGE. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 8.

KINGS OF THE FAIRWAY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Feb45; M16078. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529183.

A KNIGHT AND A BLONDE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 17Nov44; L13316. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525712.

A KNIGHT FOR A DAY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 4Jun45; L117. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 3Jul72; R531291.

L

LADIES OF WASHINGTON, a photoplay in 7 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 25May44; L12755. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521440.

LADY, LET’S DANCE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 29Jan44; L12611. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521770.

LAND OF THE OUTLAWS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 26Aug44; L12831. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 29Jun72; R531528.

THE LAST INSTALLMENT, a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 7Apr45; L13229. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 10Apr72; R527113.

LAST RIDE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Oct44; LP12869. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528819.

LAURA, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 11Oct44; L13194. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521462.

LEATHERNECKS ON PARADE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Movietone adventures) © 14Jan44; M14788. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521467.

LEAVE IT TO BLONDIE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 20Feb45; L13098. King Features Syndicate, a division of Hearst Corp. (PWH); 14Apr72; R527370.

LEAVE IT TO THE IRISH, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 1Jul44; L12727. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521040.

THE LEGEND OF COYOTE ROCK, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 10Apr45; L13600. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 8Jun72; R530516.

LET’S GO STEADY, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4Jan45; L13146. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529210.

LEW LEHR MAKES THE NEWS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 26May44; M14932. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521469.

LIFEBOAT, a photoplay in 11 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 28Jan44; L12521. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521439.

LITTLE WHITE LIE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 20Feb45; L13207. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R523644.

THE LODGER, a photoplay in 9 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 7Jan44; L12470. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 5Jan72; R520722.

LONE TEXAS RANGER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 16May45; L13322. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531031.

LONG SHOTS OF FAVORITES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 8Dec44; M15526. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522537.

LOONEY TUNES. See

ANGEL PUSS.

DUCK SOUP TO NUTS.

THE SWOONER CROONER.

LOST AND FOUNDLING, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 25Oct44; MP15336. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528836.

LOWELL THOMAS’ MAGIC CARPET OF MOVIETONE. See

REALM OF ROYALTY.

STEAMBOAT ON THE RIVER.

LOWELL THOMAS’ MOVIETONE ADVENTURES. See

BLACK GOLD AND CACTUS.

MEXICAN MAJESTY.

LUCKY LULU, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 30Jun44; L12822. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522517.

LULU AT THE ZOO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 17Nov44; L13175. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522522.

LULU GETS THE BIRDIE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 31Mar44; L12642. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522512.

LULU IN HOLLYWOOD, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 19May44; L12722. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522514.

LULU’S BIRTHDAY PARTY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 29Dec44; L13303. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522523.

LULU’S INDOOR OUTING, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 29Sep44; L12960. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522520.

M

MAILMAN OF SNAKE RIVER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 5May44; M15267. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521473.

MAKE YOUR OWN BED, a photoplay in 10 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 10Jun44; L12690. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521038.

MAN HUNT. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 6.

MANHUNT OF MYSTERY ISLAND, a photoplay in 11 reels by Republic Productions. © 13Jan45; L13067. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531019.

MANHUNT OF MYSTERY ISLAND, a series of photoplays by Republic Productions.

2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels)

© Repix, Inc. (PWH)

6–10. © 26Feb45; L13182. 20Jun72; R531023.

11–15. © 11Apr45; L13244. 20Jun72; R531028.

THE MARK OF THE SCIMITAR. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 3.

THE MARK OF THE WHISTLER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Nov44; L13122. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527538.

MASK OF DIMITRIOS, a photoplay in 10 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 1Jul44; L12724. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524609.

THE MASTER RACE, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 19Oct44; L12986. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522299.

MAT MAULERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. (The World of sports) © 19Jun44; M15108. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523228.

THE MECHANICAL TERROR. See

THE MONSTER AND THE APE. Chap. no. 1.

A MEDAL FOR BENNY, a photoplay in 8 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Apr45; L13352. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Apr72; R527466.

MEET MISS BOBBY SOCKS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 12Oct44; L13123. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527539.

MERRIE MELODIES. See

RUSSIAN RHAPSODY.

MEXICAN MAJESTY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Lowell Thomas’ movietone adventures) © 4Aug44; M15192. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521470.

MEXICAN SPORTLAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 5Jun44; M14900. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521065.

MIGHTY MOUSE IN ELIZA ON THE ICE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 23Jun44; L12940. Viacom International, Inc. (PWH); 19Jun72; R531006.

MIGHTY MOUSE IN THE GREEN LINE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Terrytoons. © 7Jul44; L13048. Viacom International, Inc. (PWH); 19Jun72; R531007.

THE MISSING JUROR, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 16Nov44; L13094. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527535.

MR. CHIMP AT CONEY ISLAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 6Dec44; M15487. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522321.

MR. FORE BY FORE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 4Aug44; L12769. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523201.

MR. MOOCHER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 11Sep44; L12818. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525686.

MR. SKEFFINGTON, a photoplay in 14 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 12Aug44; L12774. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524610.

THE MONSTER AND THE APE, a series of photoplays by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Chap. no.

1. The mechanical terror. © 20Apr45; L13399. 14Jun72; R530837.

3. Flames of fate. © 4May45; L13400. 14Jun72; R530838.

4. The fatal search. © 11May45; L13401. 14Jun72; R530839.

5. Rocks of doom. © 18May45; L13402. 14Jun72; R530840.

6. A friend in disguise. © 25May45; L13403. 14Jun72; R530841.

THE MOUSE COMES TO DINNER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 3Apr45; L13287. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 5Apr72; R526565.

MOVIETONE ADVENTURES. See

CITY OF PARADOX.

LEATHERNECKS ON PARADE.

SILVER WINGS.

MOVING AWEIGH, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 22Sep44; L13013. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524616.

MURDER, HE SAYS, a photoplay in 9 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 6Apr45; L13306. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 18Apr72; R527465.

MURDER, MY SWEET, a photoplay in 10 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 19Mar45; L13166. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529245.

MUTT ’N BONES, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 25Aug44; L13313. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523218.

MUSICAL MOVIELAND, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 6Oct44; LP12863. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528818.

MY PAL WOLF, a photoplay in 8 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 4Oct44; L12911. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522297.

MYSTERY OF THE MOSQUE. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. No. 11.

MYSTIC INDIA, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 12Sep44; M15193. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521471.

N

NEVADA, a photoplay in 6 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 23Dec44; L13170. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529247.

NEWS OF THE DAY, a series of newsreels by Hearst Metrotone News. 1 reel each. © Hearst Metrotone News, a division of Hearst Corp. (PWH)

v. 16, issue no.

207. © 4Oct44; M15354. 7Feb72; R522585.

208. © 5Oct44; M15355. 7Feb72; R522586.

209. © 11Oct44; M15380. 7Feb72; R522587.

210. © 13Oct44; M15581. 7Feb72; R522588.

211. © 18Oct44; M15449. 7Feb72; R522589.

212. © 20Oct44; M15450. 7Feb72; R522590.

213. © 25Oct44; M15451. 7Feb72; R522591.

214. © 27Oct44; M15452. 7Feb72; R522592.

215. © 1Nov44; M15453. 7Feb72; R522593.

216. © 3Nov44; M15454. 7Feb72; R522594.

217. © 8Nov44; M15455. 7Feb72; R522595.

218. © 10Nov44; M15456. 7Feb72; R522596.

219. © 15Nov44; M15469. 7Feb72; R522597.

220. © 17Nov44; M15470. 7Feb72; R522598.

221. © 21Nov44; M15522. 7Feb72; R522599.

222. © 24Nov44; M15523. 7Feb72; R522600.

223. © 29Nov44; M15524. 7Feb72; R522601.

224. © 1Dec44; M15525. 7Feb72; R522602.

225. © 6Dec44; M15528. 7Feb72; R522603.

226. © 8Dec44; M15529. 7Feb72; R522604.

227. © 13Dec44; M15620. 7Feb72; R522605.

228. © 15Dec44; M15621. 7Feb72; R522606.

229. © 20Dec44; M15622. 7Feb72; R522607.

230. © 22Dec44; M15623. 7Feb72; R522608.

231. © 27Dec44; M15624. 7Feb72; R522609.

232. © 29Dec44; M15625. 7Feb72; R522610.

233. © 3Jan45; M15626. 8May72; R528077.

234. © 5Jan45; M15627. 8May72; R528078.

235. © 10Jan45; M15628. 8May72; R528079.

236. © 12Jan45; M15629. 8May72; R528080.

237. © 17Jan45; M15793. 8May72; R528081.

238. © 19Jan45; M15794. 8May72; R528082.

239. © 24Jan45; M15795. 8May72; R528083.

240. © 26Jan45; M15796. 8May72; R528084.

241. © 31Jan45; M15797. 8May72; R528085.

242. © 2Feb45; M15798. 8May72; R528086.

243. © 7Feb45; M15799. 8May72; R528087.

244. © 9Feb45; M15800. 8May72; R528088.

245. © 14Feb45; M15801. 8May72; R528089.

246. © 16Feb45; M15802. 8May72; R528090.

247. © 20Feb45; M15803. 8May72; R528091.

248. © 23Feb45; M15804. 8May72; R528092.

249. © 28Feb45; M15805. 8May72; R528093.

250. © 2Mar45; M15806. 8May72; R528094.

251. © 7Mar45; M15807. 8May72; R528095.

252. © 9Mar45; M15899. 8May72; R528096.

253. © 14Mar45; M15900. 8May72; R528097.

254. © 16Mar45; M15901. 8May72; R528098.

255. © 21Mar45; M15902. 8May72; R528099.

256. © 23Mar45; M15903. 8May72; R528100.

257. © 28Mar45; M15904. 8May72; R528101.

258. © 30Mar45; M15905. 8May72; R528102.

259. © 4Apr45; M15906. 9Jun72; R530748.

260. © 6Apr45; M15907. 9Jun72; R530749.

261. © 11Apr45; M16064. 9Jun72; R530750.

262. © 13Apr45; M16065. 9Jun72; R530751.

263. © 18Apr45; M16066. 9Jun72; R530752.

264. © 20Apr45; M16067. 9Jun72; R530753.

265. © 25Apr45; M16068. 9Jun72; R530754.

266. © 27Apr45; M16082. 9Jun72; R530755.

NIGHT IN MEXICO CITY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 24May44; L12658. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521036.

1954 CHRISTMAS SHOW. See

DISNEYLAND. Show no. 9.

NO DOUGH, BOYS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 24Nov44; L13119. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527536.

NO SAIL, a photoplay in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 3Apr45; L13587. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 15May72; R529685.

NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART, a photoplay in 12 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 20Oct44; L13003. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522301.

NYMPHS OF THE LAKE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Ed Thorgersen’s sports review) © 9Jun44; M15760. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521480.

O

OFF AGAIN, ON AGAIN, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 16Feb45; L13236. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529213.

OH WHAT A NIGHT, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 29Jul44; L12887. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 15Jun72; R530954.

ONCE OVER LIGHTLY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 28Oct44; LP12929. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528825.

ONE-MAN NEWSPAPER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 6Dec44; M15491. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522325.

ONE MYSTERIOUS NIGHT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 20Oct44; L13022. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525698.

OPEN FIRE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 18Feb44; M14570. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521106.

OPEN SEASON FOR SAPS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 27Oct44; L13137. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525703.

OUR FRONTIER IN ITALY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 1May44; L12620. © United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521045.

OUTLAW TRAIL, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 16Mar44; L12534. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521028.

P

PACKAGE FOR JASPER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures, © 21Jan44; L12455. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521102.

PAN-AMERICANA, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 16Feb45; L13169. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529246.

PARAMOUNT NEWS, a series of newsreels by Paramount Pictures. 1 reel each. © Major News Library (PWH)

1943–44.

69. © 26Apr44; M14944. 26Apr72; R527945.

70. © 30Apr44; M14945. 27Apr72; R527923.

71. © 3May44; M14946. 27Apr72; R527924.

72. © 7May44; M14947. 27Apr72; R527925.

73. © 10May44; M14948. 27Apr72; R527926.

74. © 14May44; M14949. 27Apr72; R527927.

75. © 17May44; M14950. 27Apr72; R527928.

76. © 21May44; M15029. 27Apr72; R527929.

77. © 24May44; M15030. 27Apr72; R527930.

78. © 28May44; M15031. 27Apr72; R527931.

79. © 31May44; M15032. 27Apr72; R527932.

80. © 4Jun44; M15033. 27Apr72; R527933.

81. 2 reels. © 7Jun44; M15034. 27Apr72; R527934.

82. © 11Jun44; M15035. 27Apr72; R527935.

83. © 14Jun44; M15036. 27Apr72; R527936.

84. © 18Jun44; M15037. 27Apr72; R527937.

85. © 21Jun44; M15038. 27Apr72; R527938.

86. © 25Jun44; M15039. 27Apr72; R527939.

87. © 28Jun44; M15040. 27Apr72; R527940.

88. © 2Jul44; M15041. 27Apr72; R527941.

89. © 5Jul44; M15140. 27Apr72; R527942.

90. © 9Jul44; M15141. 27Apr72; R527943.

91. © 12Jul44; M15142. 27Apr72; R527944.

92. © 16Ju144; M15143. 28Apr72; R528258.

93. © 19Jul44; M15144. 28Apr72; R528259.

94. © 23Jul44; M15145. 28Apr72; R528260.

95. © 26Jul44; M15146. 28Apr72; R528261.

96. © 30Jul44; M15147. 28Apr72; R528262.

97. © 3Aug44; M15148. 28Apr72; R528263.

98. © 7Aug44; M15270. 28Apr72; R528264.

99. © 10Aug44; M15271. 28Apr72; R528265.

100. © 14Aug44; M15272. 28Apr72; R528266.

101. © 17Aug44; M15273. 28Apr72; R528241.

102. © 21Aug44; M15274. 28Apr72; R528242.

103. © 24Aug44; M15275. 28Apr72; R528243.

104. © 28Aug44; M15276. 28Apr72; R528244.

1944–45.

1. © 31Aug44; M15277. 28Apr72; R528245.

2. © 4Sep44; M15278. 28Apr72; R528246.

3. © 7Sep44; M15412. 28Apr72; R528247.

4. © 11Sep44; M15413. 28Apr72; R528248.

5. © 14Sep44; M15414. 28Apr72; R528249.

6. © 18Sep44; M15415. 28Apr72; R528250.

7. © 21Sep44; M15416. 28Apr72; R528251.

8. © 25Sep44; M15417. 28Apr72; R528252.

9. © 28Sep44; M15418. 28Apr72; R528253.

10. © 2Oct44; M15419. 28Apr72; R528254.

11. © 5Oct44; M15420. 28Apr72; R528255.

12. © 9Oct44; M15421. 28Apr72; R528256.

13. © 12Oct44; M15422. 28Apr72; R528257.

14. © 16Oct44; M15423. 28Apr72; R528227.

15. © 19Oct44; M15424. 28Apr72; R528228.

16. © 23Oct44; M15425. 28Apr72; R528229.

17. © 26Oct44; M15426. 28Apr72; R528230.

18. © 30Oct44; M15427. 28Apr72; R528231.

19. © 2Nov44; M15428. 28Apr72; R528232.

20. © 6Nov44; M15429. 28Apr72; R528233.

21. © 9Nov44; M15530. 28Apr72; R528234.

22. © 13Nov44; M15531. 28Apr72; R528235.

23. © 16Nov44; M15532. 28Apr72; R528236.

24. © 20Nov44; M15533. 28Apr72; R528237.

25. © 23Nov44; M15534. 28Apr72; R528238.

26. © 27Nov44; M15535. 28Apr72; R528239.

27. © 30Nov44; M15536. 28Apr72; R528240.

28. © 4Dec44; M15537. 28Apr72; R528210.

29. © 7Dec44; M15538. 28Apr72; R528211.

30. © 11Dec44; M15539. 28Apr72; R528212.

31. © 15Dec44; M15674. 28Apr72; R528213.

32. © 19Dec44; M15675. 28Apr72; R528214.

33. © 22Dec44; M15676. 28Apr72; R528215.

34. © 26Dec44; M15677. 28Apr72; R528216.

35. © 29Dec44; M15678. 28Apr72; R528217.

36. © 2Jan45; M15679. 28Apr72; R528218.

37. © 5Jan45; M15680. 28Apr72; R528219.

38. © 9Jan45; M15681. 28Apr72; R528220.

39. © 12Jan45; M15682. 28Apr72; R528221.

40. © 16Jan45; M15683. 28Apr72; R528222.

41. © 19Jan45; M15684. 28Apr72; R528223.

42. © 23Jan45; M15685. 28Apr72; R528224.

43. © 26Jan45; M15686. 28Apr72; R528225.

44. 30Jan45; M15687. 28Apr72; R528226.

45. © 2Feb45; M15688. 28Apr72; R528195.

46. © 6Feb45; M15689. 28Apr72; R528196.

47. © 9Feb45; M15690. 28Apr72; R528197.

48. © 13Feb45; M15691. 28Apr72; R528198.

49. © 16Feb45; M15692. 28Apr72; R528199.

50. © 20Feb45; M15693. 28Apr72; R528200.

51. © 23Feb45; M15850. 28Apr72; R528201.

52. © 27Feb45; M15851. 28Apr72; R528202.

53. © 2Mar45; M15852. 28Apr72; R528203.

54. © 6Mar45; M15853. 28Apr72; R528204.

55. © 9Mar45; M15854. 28Apr72; R528205.

56. 13Mar45; M15855. 28Apr72; R528206.

57. © 16Mar45; M15856. 28Apr72; R528207.

58. © 20Mar45; M15857. 28Apr72; R528208.

59. © 23Mar45; M15858. 28Apr72; R528209.

60. © 27Mar45; M15859. 28Apr72; R528185.

61. © 30Mar45; M15946. 28Apr72; R528186.

62. © 3Apr45; M15947. 28Apr72; R528187.

63. © 7Apr45; M15948. 28Apr72; R528188.

64. © 11Apr45; M15949. 28Apr72; R528189.

65. © 14Apr45; M15950. 28Apr72; R528190.

66. © 18Apr45; M15951. 28Apr72; R528191.

67. © 21Apr45; M15952. 28Apr72; R528192.

68. © 25Apr45; M15953. 28Apr72; R528193.

69. © 28Apr45; M16040. 28Apr72; R528194.

70. © 2May45; M16041. 24May72; R529667.

71. © 5May45; M16042. 24May72; R529668.

72. © 9May45; M16043. 24May72; R529669.

73. © 12May45; M16044. 24May72; R529670.

74. © 16May45; M16045. 24May72; R529671.

75. © 19May45; M16046. 24May72; R529672.

76. © 23May45; M16047. 24May72; R529673.

A PEE-KOOL-YAR-SIT-CHEE-AY-SHUH, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 11Sep44; L12817. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525685.

THE PHANTOM SPEAKS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 1May45; L13243. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531027.

PHANTOMS INC., a photoplay in 2 reels by Loew’s. © 25Jun45; L13392. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 29Jun72; R531325.

PICK A PECK OF PLUMBERS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 4Aug44; L13201. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523217.

THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 6Mar45; L13198. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 6Mar72; R524740.

PIGTAIL PILOT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 6Dec44; M15490. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522324.

PIN UP GIRL, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 10May44; L12839. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521448.

PITCHIN’ WOO AT THE ZOO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 1Sep44; L12936. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524615.

PLANE DAFFY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 16Oct44; MP15305. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528833.

PORKYLIAR PIGGY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 13Oct44; L13260. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525711.

THE POWER OF THE WHISTLER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Apr45; L13270. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530828.

THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE, a photoplay in 10 reels by Regent Pictures. © 1Nov44; L12987. Samuel Goldwyn Productions (PCW & PWH); 25Feb72; R523822–523823.

PROUDLY WE SERVE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 14Oct44; LP12898. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528821.

PUPPET LOVE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 11Aug44; L12885. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521044.

THE PURPLE HEART, a photoplay in 11 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 1Mar44; L12811. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521442.

R

RANGE LAW, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 20May44; LP12689. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 12May72; R528906.

REALM OF ROYALTY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Lowell Thomas’ magic carpet of movietone) © 4Feb44; M14582. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521465.

THE RETURN OF THE APE MAN, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 13May44; L12655. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 5May72; R528467.

THE RETURN OF THE DURANGO KID, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Apr45; L13278. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530830.

THE RIGHT SPARK PLUG IN THE RIGHT PLACE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 17Jan45; M15654. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 15May72; R529683.

ROCKIN’ IN THE ROCKIES, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 17Apr45; L13309. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530835.

ROCKS OF DOOM. See

THE MONSTER AND THE APE. Chap. no. 5.

ROGER TOUHY, GANGSTER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 3Jun44; L12952. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521455.

ROUGH AND TUMBLE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Mar45; M16077. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529182.

ROUGH RIDIN’ JUSTICE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Feb45; L13085. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529200.

ROUGH, TOUGH AND READY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Mar45; L13317. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529220.

RUSSIAN RHAPSODY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. (Merrie melodies) © 19Jun44; M14961. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521068.

S

SADDLE LEATHER LAW, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 21Dec44; L13092. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525701.

SAGEBRUSH HEROES, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Feb45; L13091. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529201.

SALTY O’ROURKE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Feb45; L13241. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R525512.

SANTA FE SADDLEMATES, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 21May45; L13323. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531032.

SAY AH, JASPER, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 20Mar44; L12536. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522508.

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS, a series of motion pictures by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each. © Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH)

Series 23, 1943/44.

10. © 2Jun44; M15109. 17Jan72; R523229.

Series 24, 1944/45.

1. Seeing Hollywood with two G.I. Joes. © 25Aug44; M15300. 3Feb72; R523220.

2. © 22Sep44; M15961. 20Mar72; R525727.

3. © 19Oct44; M15739. 20Mar72; R525719.

4. © 22Nov44; M15957. 20Mar72; R525725.

5. © 28Dec44; M15958. 20Mar72; R525726.

6. © 26Jan45; M16080. 19May72; R529184.

7. © 25Feb45; M16081. 19May72; R529185.

8. © 29Mar45; M16410. 19May72; R529186.

THE SCREWY TRUANT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 16Jan45; L13064. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521348.

SEA-FOOD MAMAS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 20Oct44; M15328. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521476.

SEAL OF DOOM. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 3.

SECRET COMMAND, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 15Jun44; L12704. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523225.

THE SECRET OF THE PALACE. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 5.

SECRET OF THE VAULT. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 5.

SEEING EL SALVADOR, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 6Apr45; M15974. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 10Apr72; R527116.

SEEING HOLLYWOOD WITH TWO G.I. JOES. See

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. Series 24, 1944/45. 1.

THE SEESAW AND THE SHOES, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 1May45; LP13286. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528732.

SERGEANT MIKE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 9Nov44; L13457. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525713.

SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 28Jul44; L13084. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523215.

SHE SNOOPS TO CONQUER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 29Dec44; L13135. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527543.

SHERIFF OF CIMARRON, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 21Feb45; L13203. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531025.

SHE’S A SOLDIER TOO, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 3Jun44; L12679. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523222.

SHE’S A SWEETHEART, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 7Dec44; L13130. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527541.

SHINE ON, HARVEST MOON, a photoplay in 12 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Apr44; L12584. United Artists Corp., Inc.; 7Jan72; R521030.

THE SHOOTING OF DAN MCGOO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 20Feb45; L13247. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R523646.

SHRINES OF YUCATAN, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 20Feb45; M15837. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R523647.

THE SIGN OF EVIL. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. no. 13.

SIGNAL OF FEAR. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 2.

SILVER WINGS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Movietone adventures) © 18Feb44; M14583. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521466.

SING ME A SONG OF TEXAS, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 8Feb45; L13093. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529202.

SKI SLOPES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Ed Thorgersen’s sports review) © 21Jul44; M15759. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521479.

SKI WHIZZ, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 30Oct44; MP15353. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528838.

THE SLAVE TRADERS. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 8.

SLIGHTLY DAFFY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 16Oct44; MP15307. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528835.

SNOOPER SERVICE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Feb45; L13141. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529208.

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS, a photoplay in 10 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 16Nov44; L13222. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521464.

SOMETHING YOU DIDN’T EAT, a motion picture in 1 reel by Walt Disney Productions. © 17May45; M16439. Walt Disney Productions (PWH); 8Jun72; R530518.

SON OF LASSIE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 3Apr45; L13328. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 5Apr72; R526566.

SONGS OF THE RANGE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 16Oct44; MP15303. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528831.

SONORA STAGECOACH, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 6May44; L12657. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521035.

THE SOUL OF A MONSTER, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 17Aug44; L12816. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523206.

SOUTH AMERICAN SWAY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 3May44; M14791. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521058.

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS, a series by Paramount Pictures. 1 reel each. © National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH)

As babies. © 24Nov44; M15442. 3Feb72; R522535.

In a harem. © 14Jul44; M15063. 3Feb72; R522531.

In monkey business. © 15Sep44; M15194. 3Feb72; R522533.

In the newsreels. © 17Mar44; L12548. 3Feb72; R522510.

In winter quarters. © 28Jan44; M14454. 7Jan72; R521105.

Your pet problem. © 20May44; M14893. 3Feb72; R522527.

SPEED COURSES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 9Jun44; M14958. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522529.

SPINACH PACKIN’ POPEYE, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 21Jul44; L12804. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521042.

A SPORTING CHANCE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 14May45; L13355. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531038.

STEAMBOAT ON THE RIVER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Lowell Thomas’ magic carpet of movietone) © 10Mar44; M14813. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521468.

STEPPIN’ IN SOCIETY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Republic Productions. © 18May45; L13324. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531033.

STRANGE AFFAIR, a photoplay in 8 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 5Oct44; L13215. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525708.

STRIFE OF THE PARTY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 13Oct44; L13134. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527542.

STRIKING CHAMPIONS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Dec44; M15877. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525722.

STRUGGLE FOR LIFE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 18Apr44; M14720. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521052.

STUDENTS OF FORM, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 30Jun44; M15758, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521478.

THE SULLIVANS, a photoplay in 12 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 9Feb44; L12840. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Jan72; R521449.

SUNDAY DINNER FOR A SOLDIER, a photoplay in 9 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 14Dec44; L13055. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521457.

SHEET AND LOW DOWN, a photoplay in 8 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 7Aug44; L12823. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521446.

SWIMCAPADES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 14Jan44; M14424. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521104.

SWING IN THE SADDLE, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 31Aug44; L13088. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523216.

THE SWOONER CROONER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. (Looney tunes) © 17Jun44; M14959. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521066.

SWORDS OF FATE. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 13.

T

TAHITI NIGHTS, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 28Dec44; L13124. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527540.

TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, a photoplay in 8 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 12Jul44; L12933. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521454.

TAKEN FOR A RIDE. See

BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Chap. no. 4.

TALL IN THE SADDLE, a photoplay in 9 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 6Oct44; L12914. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522298.

TAMPICO, a photoplay in 8 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 13Apr44; L12814. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521445.

TANGLED TRAVELS, a photoplay in 1 reel by Screen Gems. © 8Jun44; L12685. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523223.

TARZAN AND THE AMAZONS, a photoplay in 8 reels by Champion Productions. © 13Apr45; L13346. NGC Television, Inc., former name, Banner Productions, Inc. (PWH); 15Jun72; R530952.

TEN CENTS A DANCE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 30May45; L13288. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530833.

TERROR OF THE BADLANDS, See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 4.

TEST BY TORTURE. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. no. 12.

THEIR DIZZY DAY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 9Oct44; MP15290. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528827.

THEY LIVE IN FEAR, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Jun44; L12705. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R525226.

THIS MAN’S NAVY, a photoplay in 10 reels by Loew’s. © 3Jan45; L13051. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R520961.

THREE OF A KIND, a photoplay by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 17Jun44; L12711. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly Known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 22May72; R529547.

THREE PESTS IN A MESS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 19Jan45; L13118. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529205.

THREE’S A CROWD, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 10Apr45; L13219. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531026.

THRILL OF A ROMANCE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 22May45; L13299. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22May72; R529402.

THROWING THE BULL, a photoplay in 10 min. by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 12Aug44; L12775. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524611.

TICK, TOCK, TUCKERED, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitagraph Corp. © 15May44; M14825. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 14Feb72; R522317.

TOGETHER AGAIN, a photoplay in 10 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Dec44; L13143. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525705.

TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT, a photoplay in 9 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 22Feb45; L13131. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529207.

THE TOPEKA TERROR, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 26Jan45; L13065. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531018.

TRACK AND FIELD QUIZ, a motion picture in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 11Mar45; M15836. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 15Mar72; R525181.

TRAIL BREAKERS, a motion picture in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 24Apr44; M14781. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522526.

TRIAL BY TRIGGER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 27May44; L12670. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521048.

TRIUMPH OF KASIM. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 15.

TROLLING FOR STRIKES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (Ed Thorgersen’s sports review) © 15Dec44; M16209. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521485.

TWICE BLESSED, a photoplay in 8 reels by Loew’s. © 29May45; L13335. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 30May72; R530311.

THE TWIN BROTHERS. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 1.

TWO GUN RUSTY, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 31Oct44; L12984. National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R522521.

TWO LOCAL YOKELS, a photoplay in 1,595 ft. by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 2Mar45; L13363. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529191.

TWO O’CLOCK COURAGE, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 15Apr45; L13342. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529252.

U

U-BOAT PRISONER, a photoplay in 7 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 25Jul44; L13023. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 3Feb72; R523214.

U.S. COAST GUARD BAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Apr44; M14752. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521053.

U.S. MARINE ON REVIEW, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Oct44; LP12915. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 8May72; R528823.

U.S. MERCHANT MARINE CADET BAND, a motion picture in 1 reel by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Feb44; M14455. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521050.

UNCERTAIN GLORY, a photoplay in 11 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 29Apr44; L12619. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521032.

UNDER WESTERN SKIES, a photoplay in 6 reels by Universal Pictures Co. © 4Jan45; L13300. Universal Pictures (PWH); 30May72; R530333.

UNDERGROUND RIVER. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 9.

UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL, by Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel each. © Universal Pictures (PWH)

v. 17.

351. © 5Dec44; M15555. 31Jan72; R522327.

352. © 7Dec44; M15556. 31Jan72; R522328.

353. © 12Dec44; M15557. 31Jan72; R522329.

354. © 14Dec44; M15558. 31Jan72; R522330.

355. © 19Dec44; M15565. 31Jan72; R522331.

356. © 21Dec44; M15566. 31Jan72; R522332.

357. © 26Dec44; M15650. 31Jan72; R522333.

358. © 28Dec44; M15651. 31Jan72; R522334.

THE UNSEEN, a photoplay in 9 reels by Paramount Pictures. © 16Feb45; L13217. Emka, division of Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R525511.

UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS, a series of motion pictures by Paramount Pictures. 1 reel each. © National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH)

L 3–2. © 7Jan44; M14398. 7Jan72; R521103.

L 3–3. © 3Mar44; M14618. 3Feb72; R522524.

L 3–4. © 5May44; M14925. 3Feb72; R522528.

L 3–5. © 23Jun44; M14993. 3Feb72; R522530.

L 3–6. © 1Sep44; M15757. 3Feb72; R522539.

L 4–1. © 30Oct44; M15446. 3Feb72; R522536.

THE UNWELCOME GUEST, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew’s. © 21Feb45; L13208. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb72; R523645.

THE UNWRITTEN CODE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 26Oct44; L13121. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R527537.

THE UTAH KID, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 26Aug44; L12843. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 3Mar72; R524614.

V

THE VALLEY OF DECISION, a photoplay in 12 reels by Loew’s. © 13Apr45; L13232. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17Apr72; R528389.

THE VAMPIRE’S GHOST, a photoplay in 6 reels by Republic Productions. © 17May45; L13353. Repix, Inc. (PWH); 20Jun72; R531036.

VANISHING DAGGER. See

BLACK ARROW. Chap. 8.

VARGA AND HIS BEAUTIES, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 18Apr44; M14800. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522320.

VARIETY VIEW. See

YOUR NATIONAL GALLERY.

VOODOO MAN, a photoplay, in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 15Jan44; L12466. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. (PWH); 13Jan72; R522042.

W

A WAVE, A WAC AND A MARINE, a photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 26Aug44; L12837. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 30Jun72; R531547.

THE WEAKLY REPORTER, a motion picture in 1 reel by Vitaphone Corp. © 24May44; M14847. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521059.

WEDDED BLISS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Sep44; L12819. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar72; R525687.

WELLS FARGO DAYS, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 23Apr44; L12621. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521046.

WE’RE ON OUR WAY TO RIO, a photoplay in 1 reel by Paramount Pictures. © 20Apr44; L12681. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521037.

WEST OF THE RIO GRANDE, a photoplay in 6 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 24Jun44; L12719. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 24May72; R529589.

WHAT A BLONDE, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 27Jan45; L13167. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 31Jan72; R522302.

WHEN STRANGERS MARRY, a photoplay in 7 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 19Aug44; L12838. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly k.a. Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 28Jun72; R531517.

WHERE ARE YOUR CHILDREN? A photoplay in 8 reels by Monogram Pictures Corp. © 21Jan44; L12448. Allied Artists Pictures Corp., formerly known as Monogram Pictures Corp. (PWH); 14Jan72; R521754.

WHITE TREASURE, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. © 7Dec44; M15488. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522322.

WIFE DECOY, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 16Apr45; L13361. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun72; R530836.

WILSON, a photoplay in 13 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 1Aug44; L12861. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521451.

WING AND A PRAYER, a photoplay in 9 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 28Jul44; L13125. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521460.

WINGED VICTORY, a photoplay in 15 reels by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. © 20Dec44; L13061. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 17Jan72; R521459.

WINNER’S CIRCLE, a photoplay in 2 reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 7Jun44; L12688. United Artists Television, Inc. (PWH); 7Jan72; R521049.

WITHOUT LOVE, a photoplay in 11 reels by Loew’s. © 25Mar45; L13205. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 27Mar72; R525909.

WIZARD’S STORY. See

THE DESERT HAWK. Chap. no. 14.

WOO WOO, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 5Jan45; L13117. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529204.

WORLD OF SPORTS. See

AQUA-MAIDS.

G.I. SPORTS.

GOLDEN GLOVES.

HEDGE HOPPERS.

K–9 KADETS.

MAT MAULERS.

Y

YOU WERE NEVER UGLIER, a photoplay in 2 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 1Jun44; L12678. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan72; R523221.

YOUR NATIONAL GALLERY, a motion picture in 1 reel by Universal Pictures Co. (Variety view) © 12Dec44; M15541. Universal Pictures (PWH); 31Jan72; R522326.

YOUR PET PROBLEM. See

SPEAKING OF ANIMALS.

YOUTH ON TRIAL, a photoplay in 6 reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. © 11Jan45; L13120. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH); 19May72; R529206.

Z

ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY, a photoplay in 7 reels by RKO Radio Pictures. © 20Apr45; L13272. RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 17May72; R529249.

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).

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Table of Contents

Page
Current Registrations 95
Renewal Registrations 141
Name Index 151

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.; 19Jul72 (in notice: 1971); LP41000.

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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 July-December 1972

Class L-- Domestic published motion-picture photoplays 454
  Foreign published motion-picture photoplays 10
  Unpublished motion-picture photoplays 7
Class M-- Domestic published motion pictures other than photoplays 478
  Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays 44
Filmstrips registered in class A 62
Filmstrips registered in class J 356
   
Total 1,411
Renewals: Classes L and M 596

These figures represent the number of registrations for motion pictures and filmstrips for July-December 1972, 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
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

ANS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD, COBOL. IBM Corp, 127 min., sd., color. Videotape (1/2 in.) © International Business Machines Corp. (a.a.d.o. IBM Corp.); 15Jun72; MP23299.

ACCIDENT PREVENTION. Hoffmann-La Roche. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Your child’s safety) © Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc.; 29Oct70; MP22907.

ACCIDENT PREVENTION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 106.

ACE HIGH. Crono Cinematografica & San Marco [Italy] Released in the U.S. by Paramount Pictures Corp. 122 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope.

Credits: Producers, Bino Cicogna & Giuseppe Colizzi; director & screenplay, Giuseppe Colizzi; music, Carlo Rustichelli; cinematographer, Marcello Masciocchi; film editor, Marcello Malvestito.

Cast: Eli Wallach, Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, Brock Peters, Kevin McCarthy.

NM: revisions & additional cinematographic material.

© Crono Cinematografica, S.P.A. & San Marco, S.P.A.; 31Oct68; LF106.

ACHILLES’ HEEL. See

IRONSIDE.

ACOMA POTTERY MAKING. See

INDIAN CRAFTS OF THE SOUTHWEST.

ADAM. See

MATT LINCOLN.

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

Log no.

16. Child in danger. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Ronne Troup. © 4Mar71; LP40977.

25. Indians. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Bob Gravage, Tom Geas, William Boyett. © 28Nov70; LP40995.

26. Lemras. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, William R. Cox. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Barbara Perry. © 16Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40984.

35. Easy, bare rider. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Bruce Kessler; writer, Norman Katkov. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Sidney Miller, William Boyett, Kerry MacLane. © 26Sep70; LP40988.

36. Man between. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Gary Crosby. Kent McCord, Marty Milner. © 4Feb71; LP40973.

45. Bright boy. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, John T. Dugan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Stephen Hudis. © 10Oct70; LP40990.

46. Pilgrimage. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, John T. Dugan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Stanley Adams, Ivan Naranjo, Sandi Ego. © 19Dec70; LP40972.

55. Missing child. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, William McGivern. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord. © 31Oct70; LP40992.

56. Vice versa. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, John T. Dugan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, George Furth, Marie Windsor, Charles McGraw. © 11Mar71; LP40978.

65. Cigarettes, cars, and wild, wild women. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby, writer, Norman Katkov. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord. © 17Oct70; LP40991.

66. The vandals. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, James Doherty. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Sherry Miles, Robert I. Clarke, William Boyett. © 28Jan71 (in notice; 1970); LP40986.

75. Have a nice weekend. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Robert I. Holt. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, William Boyett, Dorothy Shay, Norma Connelly. © 7Nov70;

76. The militants. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Tim Brown, William Boyett, Ron Pinkard. © 18Feb71; LP40975. LP40993.

85. Sign of the twins. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Christian Nyby; writer, Wilton Schiller. Cast: Margaret O’Brien, Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Buddy Foster, Sheila Bromley. © 26Dec70; LP40997.

86. Reason to run. Credits: Writer, James Doherty. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Rod Cameron, Randolph Mantooth, Linda Kaye Henning. © 1Apr71; LP40980.

95. Purse snatcher. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Gary Morgan, Ben Cooper. © 3Oct70; LP40989.

105. Elegy for a pig. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writers, Norman Katkov, James E. Moser, John T. Dugan. Cast: Marty Milner, Mark Goddard, Kent McCord. © 21Nov70; LP40994.

106. Post time. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, Stephen J. Cannell. Cast: Morey Amsterdam, Marty Milner, Kent McCord, E. J. Andre, Woodrow Parfrey. © 18Mar71; LP40979.

115. Gang war. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, John T. Dugan. Cast; Trini Lopez, Marty Milner, Kent McCord. © 9Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40983.

125. Safe Job. Credits: Writer, William McGivers. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Michael O’Shea, Victoria Meyerink, Tod Starke. © 15Apr71; LP40981.

135. Arson. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, Howard Dimsdale. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Richard Van Vleet. © 5Dec70; LP40996.

155. I.A.D. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Jed Allen, Eve Brent. © 21Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40985.

164. The poachers. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, John Kingsbridge. Cast: Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Gary Crosby, Claude Johnson. © 25Feb71; LP40976.

165. Once a cop. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Chris Nyby; writer, James Doherty. Cast: Shelley Berman, Marty Milner, Kent McCord, Katie O’Pace. © 11Feb71; LP40974.

174. Loan sharks. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, Bruce Kessler; writer, Michael Donovan. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Arthur Hunnicutt, Tim Rooney, William Boyett. © 19Sep70; LP40987.

175. Con artists. Credits: Producer, Herman S. Saunders; director, James Neilson; writer, Norman Katkov. Cast: Martin Milner, Kent McCord. © 2Jan71 (in notice: 1970); LP40982.

ADAPTATIONS FOR LIFE. See

LIFE: A UNIQUE PHENOMENON.

ADMINISTRATION OF EYE DROPS AND EYE OINTMENTS. See

NURSING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION.

ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATIONS TO INFANTS AND CHILDREN. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 103.

ADVENTURE IV. See

AN APPEAL TO GREATNESS.

COUNTDOWN TO GREATNESS.

A NOT SO IMPOSSIBLE DREAM.

PORTRAIT OF A LEADER.

UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE--AND ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

ADVENTURE OF A LITTLE SKUNK. See

ANIMAL FABLES.

AEROBATICS. See

SPORTS.

AGAINST A COLD, BLANK WALL. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

AGRICULTURE, FISHING AND MANUFACTURING. See

SEEING THE PACIFIC ISLANDS.

AIDS AND INNOVATIONS FOR ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. Deca Productions. 18 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer & narrator, Garth Chandler.

Appl. author: William X. Halloran.

© William X. Halloran d.b.a. Deca Co. (in notice: Deca Productions); 4Aug72; MU8471.

AIR CARGO SERVICE. See

AIRPORT SERVICE.

AIR PASSENGER SERVICE. See

AIRPORT SERVICE.

AIR POLLUTION. See

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES SERIES.

POLLUTION: DON’T JUST STAND THERE--DO SOMETHING.

AIR SAFETY. See

AIRPORT SERVICE.

AIRPORT SERVICE (Filmstrip) Churchill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: The metropolitan airport. 42 fr.--Air passenger service. 36 fr.--Air cargo service. 39 fr.--Air safety. 41 fr.--Airport workers. 41 fr.--The community airport. 37 fr.

Credits: Producer, Rosemary Luxton; script, Carol Hayakawa & Rozelle Noulis; photographers, John Morrill & Hal Smith.

© Churchill Films, Inc.; 24Oct68; JP14590, 14592–14593, 14589–14588, 14591.

AIRPORT WORKERS. See

AIRPORT SERVICE.

ALCOHOL. See

FACTS ABOUT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO.

ALCOHOLISM: A MODEL OF DRUG DEPENDENCY. CRM Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Life and health films) © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep72; MP23204.

ALFRED EISENSTAEDT, PHOTOGRAPHER. See

CONVERSATION.

ALGAE, FUNGI AND LICHENS. See

PLANT CLASSIFICATION.

ALIEN. See

THE GROUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY.

ALL HAMS ON DECK. 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, Walter Greene; voices, Dal McKennon & Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 9Nov70; LP41263.

ALL THE WORLD AND GOD. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

ALLERGIC PHOTOCONTACT DERMATITIS. See

INDICATIONS FOR PHOTOPATCH TESTING.

PHOTOPATCH TESTING AS AN OFFICE PROCEDURE.

THE ALPHABET CITY (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 8 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–4: A to G. 35 fr.--H to M. 31 fr.--N to T. 35 fr.--U to Z. 30 fr.

Credits: Producers, Steven Kess & Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 24Sep70; A375458.

ALTERNATING CURRENT AND POWER DISTRIBUTION. See

ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND APPLIANCE REPAIR.

AMERICAN FAMILIES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Bill Boal Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: The Garcias. 50 fr.--The Wangs. 47 fr.--The DeStefanos. 46 fr.--The Taylors. 44 fr.--The Jacksons. 50 fr.--The Mandels. 44 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Beryl L. Bailey; writer & director, Bill Boal; photographers, Charles Slavens & Bill Boal.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Jul72; JP14303.

THE AMERICAN INDIAN INFLUENCE ON THE UNITED STATES. Dana Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, Albert Saparoff.

Cast: Narrator, Barry Sullivan.

Appl. author: Albert Saparoff d.b.a. Dana Productions.

© Dana Productions; 1Sep72; MP23128.

AMERICAN INDIANS OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Reel Communications. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. with guide, 10 p.

Contents: Lands and tribes, 53 fr.--How they lived. 52 fr.--Arts and crafts. 54 fr.--Myths and ceremonies. 52 fr.--How they changed. 50 fr.--Their life today. 50 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Wayne Suttles; script, Susan C. Shadburne; photography, Richard C. Blakeslee & Roger D. Anderson; production, Tom R. Chamberlin.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Apr72; JP14305.

AMERICAN INDIANS OF THE NORTHEAST (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Bill Boal Productions. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: Who they are. 46 fr.--Their history. 48 fr.--How they lived. 48 fr.--Their religions. 50 fr.--Their handicrafts. 46 fr.--Their life today. 50 fr.

Credits: Educational collaborator, Elden Johnson; photographer, Spotted Eagle; artists, Richard Erdoes & Jerry Lynas; writer-director, Bill Boal.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 28Apr72; JP14304.

THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN. ABC Sports. Approx. 59 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © ABC Sports, Inc. 1972, show no.

1. © 5Dec71; MP22910.

THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN. ABC Sports. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © ABC Sports, Inc. 1972, show no.

10. © 5Mar72; MP22908.

11. Appl. states prev. reg. 20Feb70; MP20477. NM: additions. © 13Mar72; MP22909.

AMESLAN--AN INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. Chap.1–14. Louie J. Fant, Jr. & John Joyce. 14 motion pictures (5 min. each), si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film.

Credits: Director, Louie Fant.

© Louie J. Fant, Jr. & John Joyce; 1Aug72; MP23176–23189.

AMID SPLINTERS OF THE THUNDERBOLT. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

ANATOMICAL BASIS OF BRAIN FUNCTION. See

MOVEMENTS OF THE JAW & THROAT: BRANCHIAL MOTOR SYSTEM.

VISCERAL REFLEXES AND TASTE: VISCERAL MOTOR AND SENSORY COMPONENTS.

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. See

THE URINARY TRACT.

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN SKIN. See

PRODUCT SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION: DERMATOLOGY.

AND EDDIE MAKES THREE. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

AND THEN THERE WAS ONE. See

IRONSIDE.

ANGIE. See

MATT LINCOLN.

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X327A-X327F: What is classification? 46 fr.--Sponges, sac-animals & animals with spiny skins. 47 fr.--Worms. 42 fr.--Animals with shells. 27 fr.--Animals with jointed parts. 49 fr.--Animals with backbones. 63 fr.

Credits: General editor, John E. Klimas.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14525.

ANIMAL FABLES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: Adventure of a little skunk. 34 fr.--Trial of the fox. 36 fr.--The hare and the tortoise. 28 fr.--How the squirrel saved the grapes. 36 fr.--Glasses for a raccoon child. 36 fr.--The squirrel and his friends. 36 fr.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 12Apr72; JP14309.

THE ANIMALS ARE CRYING. PMS Films. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © PMS Films, Inc.; 10Nov71; MP23325.

ANIMALS WITH BACKBONES. See

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION.

ANIMALS WITH JOINTED PARTS. See

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION.

ANIMALS WITH SHELLS. See

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION.

ANXIETIES OF CHILDREN. See

CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES.

ANY FRIEND OF DAD’S. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

ANYONE CAN SEW STRETCH FABRICS. See

MAKE YOUR OWN BIKINI.

MAKE YOUR OWN DOUBLE-KNIT PANTS.

MAKE YOUR OWN KNIT T-SHIRT.

APOCALYPSE. Augsburg Pub. House. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Credits: Producer, Robert G. Konzelman.

Appl. author: Augsburg Pub. House, employer for hire.

© Augsburg Pub. House; 18Nov71 (in notice: 1972); MP23014.

AN APPEAL TO GREATNESS. Pt. 1: A question of attitude. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises. 1 reel, sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Adventure IV) Loop film. © Turner Enterprises a.a.d.o. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises, Inc.; 31Oct71; MP23233.

AN APPEAL TO GREATNESS. Pt. 2: A corporate trust. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises. 1 reel, sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Adventure IV) Loop film. © Turner Enterprises a.a.d.o. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises, Inc.; 17Dec71; MP23234.

APPLICATION OF EYE COMPRESSES. See

NURSING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION.

APPLICATION OF EYE PADS AND EYE SHIELDS. See

NURSING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION.

APPLICATION OF THE PROCESS OF SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION TO PATIENT SITUATIONS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 25.

APPROACHES TO LEARNING. See

ASSOCIATION AND GENERALIZATION.

BASIC VISUAL PERCEPTIONS: COLOR, FORM, SIZE.

BODY AWARENESS AND GROSS MOTOR ABILITIES.

DEVELOPING CONCEPTS FOR NUMBER.

DEVELOPING CONCEPTS FOR SETS.

EYE-HAND COORDINATION.

FIGURE-GROUND DISCRIMINATION.

MEMORY: AUDITORY AND VISUAL.

ORGANIZATION.

PERCEPTION OF PARTS-TO-WHOLE RELATIONSHIPS.

PERCEPTION OF SEQUENCE.

PERCEPTION OF SOUND.

PERCEPTION OF SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS.

PRE-WRITING PENCIL AND PAPER SKILLS.

ARMANDO AND THE POOL TABLE. See

THE FLYING NUN. 72.

ARRANGING FURNITURE. See

HOME DECORATION SERIES.

ARSON. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 135.

ART AND RECREATION IN JAPAN. See

JAPAN.

ART APPRECIATION: ENJOYING PAINTINGS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 28Apr72; MP23275.

ARTE JOHNSON, ACTOR. See

CONVERSATION.

ARTISTS IN AMERICA. See

ROBERT ERICKSON.

ARTS AND CRAFTS. See

AMERICAN INDIANS OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST.

ASSASSIN. See

DAN AUGUST.

ASSEMBLER LANGUAGE CODING. International Business Machines Corp. 17 motion pictures (1 reel each), sd. Videotape (1/2 in.) © International Business Machines Corp. a.k.a. IBM Corp.; 12May72 (in notice: 1971); MP22992.

ASSEMBLING A CAR. See

HOW THINGS ARE MADE.

ASSESSMENT OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 99.

ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER. See

JOBS IN PRINTING.

ASSOCIATION AND GENERALIZATION (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 67 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 16 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 10Jul72; A378944.

AT THE HOME OF THE SUN BEARER. See

A VISIT TO THE FATHER.

ATMOSPHERIC RESOURCES. See

[THE EARTH’S RESOURCES SERIES]

AUDIOVISUAL LECTURES IN BIOLOGY (Filmstrip) W. B. Saunders Co. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Population genetics. 23 fr.--Bioenergetics. 26 fr.

Credits: By Claude A. Villee. © W. B. Saunders Co. (in notice: W. B. Saunders); 2Aug72; JP14174.

AUDREY MEADOWS EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY. See

COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE.

ROUGHING AND ALIGNMENT.

VALVE SERVICE: DISASSEMBLY AND INSPECTION PROCEDURES.

VALVE SERVICE: FACING AND ROCKER ARM SERVICE.

VALVE SERVICE: SEATING & ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES.

AUTUMN COMES TO THE FOREST. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Apr72; MP23277.

B

B. F. SKINNER ON COUNSELING. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm. (The Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Jul72; MP23118.

B. F. SKINNER ON EDUCATION. Pt. 1–2. American Personnel & Guidance Assn. 2 motion pictures (25 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. (The Distinguished contributors to counseling series) © American Personnel & Guidance Assn.; 1Jul72; MP23119–23120.

BAD COMPANY. Jaffilms. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Stanley D. Jaffe; director, Robert Benton; writers, David Newman & Robert Benton; music composed & played by Harvey Schmidt; director of photography, Gordon Willis; editor, Ralph Rosenblum.

Cast: Jeff Bridges, Barry Brown, Jim Davis, David Huddleston, John Savage.

© Paramount Pictures Corp. & Jaffilms, Inc.; 8Sep72; LP41233.

BAJA. See

[CHAS. PFIZER & CO. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

BANTU (Filmstrip) International Child Evangelism Fellowship. 37 fr., color, 35 mm. (Tales of jungle children) A Martsegis cartoon production. © Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc. (in notice: International Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc.); 15Jun56; JP14603.

BAPTIST ROLE IN EUROPE (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 52 fr., color, 35 mm. With guide, 1 v. Produced with the Foreign Mission Board. © Broadman Films; 18Apr72; A355843.

BARBARA WALTERS. See

CONVERSATION.

BASIC ATOMIC ABSORPTION (Filmstrip) Communication Skills Corp. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Program 3001–3004: Principles of atomic absorption. 36 fr.--Instrumental requirements. 46 fr.--Optimizing instrument conditions. 36 fr.--Sample preparation and special sampling techniques. 56 fr.

Credits: Writer, James W. Robinson.

© Communication Skills Corp.; 15Feb72, JP14163, 14161; 1May72, JP14162; 25May72, JP14159.

BASIC LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY, PROGRAM 4001. See

INTRODUCTION: RELATIONSHIPS AND THEORY.

BASIC MASS SPECTROMETRY, PROGRAM 5001. See

INTRODUCTION TO MASS SPECTROMETRY AND INSTRUMENTATION.

BASIC OFFICE MACHINES. See

BASIC OFFICE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.

BASIC OFFICE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X330A-X330F: The working world of a secretary. 51 fr.--Memos, mail and the telephone. 63 fr.--Filing and basic office systems. 56 fr.--Basic office machines. 52 fr.--Helping your boss get more done. 55 fr.--Dealing with people. 48 fr.

Credits: Senior photographer, John Hopkins.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14278.

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT. See

COMMUNICATION.

CONTROLLING--KEEPING PLANS ON TARGET.

THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS.

MOTIVATION--THE TEST OF LEADERSHIP.

THE NATURE OF MANAGEMENT.

ORGANIZING--STRUCTURING THE WORK OF THE PLAN.

PLANNING--THE FUTURE’S FIRST STEPS.

STANDARDS AND APPRAISAL--AIDS TO CONTROL.

BASIC VISUAL PERCEPTIONS: COLOR, FORM, SIZE (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 86 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 16 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 24Apr72; A378940.

BASKETBALL--PRESSURE TEAM DEFENSE. Coca-Cola Co. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coca-Cola Co.; 15Nov72; MP23302.

THE BEAR FAMILY. Walt Disney Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Nature’s living album) © Walt Disney Productions; 7Apr70 (in notice: 1969); MP23155.

THE BEASTS OF BURDEN FAMILY. Walt Disney Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Nature’s living album) © Walt Disney Productions; 26May70; MP23156.

BEGINNING MATHEMATICS. See

COUNTING, BASE, AND PLACE VALUE. MULTIPLICATION.

BEN. Bing Crosby Productions. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on characters created by Stephen Gilbert.

Credits: Producer, Mort Briskin; director, Phil Karlson; screenplay, Gilbert A. Ralston; music, Walter Scharf; director of photography, Russell Metty; film editor, Harry Gerstad.

Cast: Lee Harcourt Montgomery, Joseph Campanella, Arthur O’Connell, Rosemary Murphy, Meredith Baxter.

© Bing Crosby Productions, Inc.; 7Jun72; LP41093.

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

Holiday pledge. BLLL 2043. © 27Oct72; MP23199.

BENISONE GEL. See

PRODUCT SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION: DERMATOLOGY.

BERTRILLE AND THE SILENT FLICKS. See

THE FLYING NUN. 67.

BET. See

HIGH INTEREST STORIES FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE.

BEYOND DISASTER. Central & Southern Florida Flood Control District. Made by Key Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Writer, Richard P. Busch; narrator, John Corrigan; director of photography, Dave Englund.

Cast: Jerry Akin, John Scheffler, James Montgomery, Parker Wilson, W. W. Sage.

© Central & Southern Florida Flood Control District; 21Nov72; MP23323.

BICYCLE THEFT. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

BIG AND LITTLE. See

DID YOU KNOW.

THE BIG BET. See

PHONICS: INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS.

BIG GAME. See

THE FLYING NUN. 57.

BIG JEFF’S CASEFILE. See

COUNTERFEIT, STOLEN, & ALTERED CHECKS.

COURTESY CARDS & BANKAMERICARDS.

CROOKS ARE USUALLY STRANGERS, BUT.

IDENTIFICATION.

LESS-CASH TRANSACTIONS.

NEW ACCOUNTS.

SIGNATURES.

BIG SISTER AND THE LEMON. See

THE PRICE IS RIGHT--OR IS IT.

BIGHORN. Wild Dog Films. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Written, narrated, filmed & edited by Marty Stouffer.

© Marty Stouffer d.b.a. Wild Dog Films; 1Sep72; MP23370.

BILINGUAL STORIES, SERIES 1. See

EVEN YELLOW CARS HAVE TO WAIT IN LINE.

THE MAGICAL COQUI (EL COQUI MAGICO)

PACO AND HIS PAINTING PALS.

TOO, TOO, TOO HOT.

BILL BIXBY & BRANDON CRUZ AT THE BUDAPEST CIRCUS FESTIVAL. Edumat. 51 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Edumat, Inc.; 7Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP23153.

BILLY. See

MATT LINCOLN.

BIOENERGETICS. See

AUDIOVISUAL LECTURES IN BIOLOGY.

BIOLOGY TODAY FILMS. See

THE CELL: A FUNCTIONING STRUCTURE.

EVOLUTION AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE.

MUSCLE.

A BIRD OF PREY: THE RED-TAILED HAWK. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 30May72; MP23068.

THE BIRD WHO IS A CLOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 2Jun72; MP23067.

BIRTHDAYS ARE BEGINNINGS (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 17 fr., color, 35 mm. With sound recording (separately reg. as N2492 and Things that show us God, teachers kit, red 2l, no. 32–2049, (separately reg. as A380113)

Credits: Script, Ruth Hummel; photographer, Wayne Schiska.

© Concordia Pub. House; 1Sep72; JP14460.

THE BISCUIT EATER. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by Buena Vista Distribution Co. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on a story by James Street.

Credits: Producer, Bill Anderson; director, Vincent McEveety; screenplay, Lawrence Edward Watkin; music, Robert F. Brunner; director of photography, Richard A. Kelley; film editor, Ray de Leuw.

© Walt Disney Productions; 15Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP41016.

BLACK BEAUTY. Tigon British Film Productions & Chilton Film & Television Enterprises [England] Released in the U.S. by Paramount Pictures Corp. 106 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based upon the novel by Anna Sewell.

Credits: Producers, Peter L. Andrews & Malcolm B. Heyworth; director, James Hill; screenplay, Wolf Mankowitz; theme music, Lionel Bart; director of photography, Chris Menges; editor, Ann Chegwidden.

Cast: Mark Lester, Walter Slezak, Ursula Glass, Peter Lee Lawrence, John Nettleton.

© Tigon British Film Productions, Ltd. & Chilton Film & Television Enterprises, Ltd.; 4Apr71; LF102.

THE BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA. Da. Ma. Productions & Productions Artistiques Cinematographiques. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 89 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Marcello Danon; director, Paolo Cavara; screenplay, Lucile Laks; music, Ennio Morricone; director of photography, Marcello Gatti; editor, Mario Morra.

Cast: Giancarlo Giannini, Claudine Auger, Barbara Bouchet, Rossella Falk, Silvano Tranquilli.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 20Sep72; MP41065.

BLACK RODEO. Utopia Productions. Released by Cinerama Releasing Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in cooperation with American Black Cowboys Assn.

Credits: Producer, director & film editor, Jeff Kanew; music, Sammy Turner.

Cast: Gordon Hayes, Nat Purefoy, Muhammad Ali, Woody Strode, Bud Bramwell.

© Utopia Productions, Inc.; 2Apr72; LP41177.

BLARNEY STONE GIRL. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

BLIND HUNCH. See

BONANZA.

BLINDMAN. ABKCO Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 105 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. From an original story by Tony Anthony.

Credits: Screenplay, Vincenzo Cerami, Piero Anchisi & Tony Anthony.

© ABKCO Films, Inc.; 15Mar72 (in notice: 1971); LP41085.

THE BLUE ANGEL’S MOVIE. Paul Marlow & David Gardner. 57,500 ft., sd., b&w. © Paul Marlow & David Gardner; 5May72; LU3636.

THE BLUE COLLAR TRAP. See

NBC WHITE PAPER.

BLUEBEARD. Vulcan Films Handels. 125 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Alexander Salkind; director, Edward Dmytryk; original story & screenplay, Ennio Di Concini, Edward Dmytryk & Maria Pia Fusco; music, Ennio Morricone, director of photography, Gabor Pogany; film editor, Jean Ravel.

Cast: Richard Burton, Raquel Welch, Joey Heatherton, Virna Lisi.

© Vulcan Films Handels, A.G.; 16Aug72; LP41327.

BOAT. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

BODY AWARENESS AND GROSS MOTOR ABILITIES (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 72 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 16 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 24Apr72; A378947.

BONANZA. National Broadcasting Co. Approx. 53 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © National Broadcasting Co., Inc.

Blind hunch. © 27Oct71; LP41214.

Bushwacked. © 17Sep71; LP41210.

Cassie. © 27Aug71; LP41208.

The customs of the country. © 11Jan72; LP41224.

Don’t cry, my son. © 1Oct71; LP41212.

Easy come, easy go. © 29Nov71; LP41219.

Face of fear. © 3Nov71; LP41215.

Fallen woman. © 19Aug71; LP41206.

Frenzy. © 4Jan72; LP41223.

The grand swing. © 27Aug71; LP41209.

He was only seven. © 24Feb72; LP41229.

A home for Jamie. © 22Nov71; LP41217.

The iron butterfly. © 13Oct71; LP41213.

The lonely man. © 15Dec71; LP41220.

One ace too many. © 25Feb72; LP41230.

A place to hide. © 1Mar72; LP41231.

The prisoners. © 24Sep71; LP41211.

The rattlesnake brigade. © 19Nov71; LP41216.

Rock-a-bye Hoss. © 20Aug71; LP41207.

The saddle stiff. © 27Dec71; LP41222.

Search in limbo. © 19Jan72; LP41225.

Second sight. © 17Dec71; LP41221.

Shanklin. © 27Jan72; LP41226.

A visit to Upright. © 15Feb72; LP41228.

War bonnet. © 26Nov71; LP41218.

The Younger brothers’ younger brother. © 3Feb72; LP41227.

BONE. Larco Productions, Released by Jack H. Harris Enterprises. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Larry Cohen Co.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Larry Cohen; co-producer, Janelle Cohen; music composer & conductor, Gil Melle; cinematographer & editor, George Folsey, Jr.

Cast: Yaphet Kotto, Andrew Duggan, Joyce Van Patten, Jeannie Berlin, Casey King.

© Larco Productions, Inc.; 15May72; LP41059.

BOO BOO GANG. See

SITUATIONAL LANGUAGE.

BOOBYTRAP! Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; 13Sep72; MP23092.

BOOKBINDING. See

JOBS IN PRINTING.

BORROWED FRIENDSHIP. See

LEARNING ABOUT ME.

BOXCAR BERTHA. American International Productions. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on characters contained in Sister of the road, the autobiography of Boxcar Bertha Thompson as told to Ben L. Reitman.

Cast: Barbara Hershey, Bernie Casey, David Carradine, Barry Primus, John Carradine.

© American International Productions; 14Jun72; LP41011.

THE BOY WHO CHALLENGED THE STARS: A GREEK MYTH (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York. 58 fr., color. 35 mm. With Discussion guide, 38 p.

Credits: Writer & illustrator, Consuelo Joerns; editor, Anne Mitchell.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Adele Maucker (discussion guide) & Consuelo Joerns.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 8Mar72; A373556.

BRAVE AT NATCHANOOMI. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

BREAKTHROUGH. Huck Manufacturing Co. Made by Boulevard Communication Group. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Huck Manufacturing Co.; 14Dec72; MU8503.

BRETT WESTON: PHOTOGRAPHER. Arthur E. Wright. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrative, Brett Weston & Beaumont Newhall.

© Arthur E. Wright; 14Feb72; MP22984.

BRIDGES. See

HOW TO BUILD THINGS.

BRIGHT BOY. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 45.

THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE BELL. Cinema Center Films. 120 min., sd., color. Videotape (2 in.)

Credits: Producer & writer, David Karp; director, Paul Wendkos; music, Jerry Goldsmith; director of photography, Robert B. Hauser; film editor, Carroll Sax.

Cast: Glenn Ford, Rosemary Forsyth, Dean Jagger, Maurice Evans, Will Geer.

© Cinema Center Films; 13Sep70; LP41031.

BROWSING FOR BOOKS. See

USING TODAY’S LIBRARY.

BUBBLE, BUBBLE, TOIL AND MURDER. See

IRONSIDE.

BUDGETING’S FOR THE BIRDS. Royal Bank of Canada. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Your money matters)

Credits: Producer & director, Roy Korst; writer, Bruce Martin; music, Howard Shore; camera, Fred Guthe; stills, Paul Appelby; editor, Havelock Gradidge.

Cast: Robert Ivan McKenna, Gayle Chernin.

© Royal Bank of Canada; 21Aug72; MU8487.

BULLET FOR A HERO. See

DAN AUGUST.

BULLY FOR YOU. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

THE BUNGLING BUILDER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Cal Howard; animators, Virgil Ross & others; music, Walter Greene; voices, Grace Stafford & Paul Frees.

© Universal Pictures; 2Aug71 (in notice: 1970); LP41260.

BURGLAR. See

THE BURGLARS.

LE CASSE.

THE BURGLARS. Columbia Films & Vides Cinematografica. Released by Columbia Pictures. 114 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Based on the novel The burglar, by David Goodis.

Credits: Producer & director, Henri Verneuil; screenplay, Henri Verneuil & Vahe Katcha; music, Ennio Morricone; director of photography, Claude Renoir; editors, Pierre Gillette & Andree Werlin.

Cast: Omar Sharif, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Dyan Cannon, Robert Hossein, Nicole Calfan.

NM: revision, abridgment & additional cinematographic material.

© Columbia Films, S.A.; 14Jun72 (in notice: 1971); LP41418.

BUSHWACKED. See

BONANZA.

BUSINESS, BEHAVIORISM AND THE BOTTOM LINE. Communications/Research/Machines. Made by CRM Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films)

Cast: B. F. Skinner.

© Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Jul72; MP23049.

BUSINESS TRIP. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

BUSTER’S LAST STAND. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Dale Hale; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler & Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Oct70; LP41262.

BUT IT ISN’T YOURS (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 63 fr.; pt. 2, 56 fr.), color, 35 mm. (First things) With Discussion guide, 60 p.

Credits: Writer, Thomas Glynn; consultants, Lawrence Kohlberg & Robert Selman; photographers, Sebastian Milito & Jeffrey Foxx; editor, Jere Kupecky.

Appl. author: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York, employer for hire of Robert Selman (discussion guide) & Thomas Glynn.

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 28Jun72; A350110.

BUT WHEN SHE WAS BAD. See

IRONSIDE.

BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID. See

THE MAKING OF BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID.

BUTTONS AND THINGS. See

READING WITH RIDDLES.

BUYING GOODS AND SERVICES. See

FAMILY SERIES.

C

CBS NEWS SPECIAL. Columbia Broadcasting System. Approx. 60 min. each unless otherwise indicated, sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

A day in the life of the United States 105 min. Telecast: Sept. 8, 1970. Credits: Writer, Perry Wolff; correspondent, Charles Kuralt. © 7Sep70; MP23020.

Fathers and sons. Telecast: Aug. 12, 1969. Credits: Producer & writer, Harry Morgan; reporters, Charles Kuralt & John Laurence. © 11Aug69; MP23017.

Mothers and daughters. Telecast: Aug. 19, 1969. Credits: Producer, Bernard Birnbaum; correspondents, Charles Kuralt, John Laurence, Morley Safer. © 18Aug69; MP23053.

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

The selling of the Pentagon. Telecast: Feb. 23, 1971. Credits: Producer & writer, Peter Davis; reporter, Roger Mudd. © 22Feb71; MP23152.

A timetable for Vietnam. Telecast: Dec. 2, 1969. Credits: Producers, Ernest Leiser & Bernard Birnbaum; reporter, Charles Collingwood. © 1Dec69; MP23018.

THE CI NO-HUB SANITARY SYSTEM: HOW IT CAN HELP YOU. Murray Corp. & Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Foster & Green Advertising.

Credits: Host, Bill Burgemeister.

Appl. ti.: The cast iron no-hub sanitary system, and how it can help you.

© Murray Corp.; 18May72; MP22985.

C. P. (CHAPPIE) FOX, DIRECTOR, CIRCUS WORLD MUSEUM. See

CONVERSATION.

CALIFORNIA’S COAST, THE SUNSET SHORE. Sierra Club. Made by Dawson Productions. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Sierra Club; 22Oct72; MP23263.

CAMERA BUG. DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Mirisch Co. © United Artists Corp.; 6Aug72; LP41097.

CANADA: A REGIONAL STUDY (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X339–A--X339–D: What is Canada? 54 fr.--Land, features and cities. 63 fr.--Resources, agriculture and industry. 49 fr.--Life in Canada. 49 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14470.

THE CANDID COMMERCIAL. See

THE FLYING NUN. 78.

THE CANDIDATE. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

CANDLING. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

CANNON. QM Productions. 110 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Columbia Broadcasting System.

Credits: Teleplay, Edward Hume.

© Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; 19Mar71; LP41178.

CAPTAIN APACHE. Scotia International. 94 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by S. E. Whitman.

Credits: Producers, Milton Sperling & Philip Yordan; director, Alexander Singer; screenplay, Philip Yordan & Milton Sperling; music, Dolores Claman; director of photography, John Cabrera; editor, Leigh G. Tallas.

Cast: Lee Van Cleef, Carroll Baker, Stuart Whitman, Percy Herbert, Elisa Montes.

© Scotial [i.e. Scotia] International Film Distributors, Ltd.; 10Oct71; LP40969.

CAPTAIN JAMES LOVELL, ASTRONAUT. See

CONVERSATION.

CARBON. Morgan Crucible Co. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Production consultants, Anthony Gilkison Associates.

Credits: Sound, Oskar Sala.

© Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd.; 5Mar68; MP22974.

CAREER DISCOVERIES. See

PEOPLE WHO HELP OTHERS.

PEOPLE WHO WORK IN SCIENCE.

CARL AND HIS KOOKY CAP. See

PHONICS: INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS.

CAROLINE BIRD, AUTHOR. See

CONVERSATION.

A CASE FOR THE PURPLE ELEPHANT. See

DISCOVERY STORIES.

LE CASSE. Columbia Films & Vides Cinematografica. [France] Released by Columbia Films. 120 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Panavision. Tire du roman The burglar, de David Goodis.

Credits: Producer & director, Henri Verneuil; screenplay, Vahe Katcha & Henri Verneuil; music, Ennio Morricone; photographer, Claude Renoir; editor, Pierre Gillette.

Cast: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Omar Sharif, Dyan Cannon, Robert Hossein, Nicole Calfan.

© Columbia Films, S.A.; 27Oct71; LF105.

CASSIE. See

BONANZA.

CAST IRON NO-HUB SANITARY SYSTEM, AND HOW IT CAN HELP YOU. See

THE CI NO-HUB SANITARY SYSTEM: HOW IT CAN HELP YOU.

THE CATALOG: KEY TO THE LIBRARY. See

USING TODAY’S LIBRARY.

CATALOG REFERRAL SALES TRAINING PROGRAM. See

NEVER SAY NO, SAY CATALOG.

CATHETERIZATION USING A FOLEY CATHETER. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 108.

THE CELL: A FUNCTIONING STRUCTURE. Pt. 1–2. Communications/Research/Machines. Made by CRM Productions. 2 motion pictures (approx. 30 min. each), sd., color, 16 mm. (Biology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Jul72; MP23044–23045.

THE CERAMIC MURAL. Walt Disney Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Norman Wright Productions, Inc., employer for hire. © Walt Disney Productions; 13Mar68 (in notice: 1967); MP23161.

CHAD EVERETT, CASS ELLIOT EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

CHALLENGE. ABC Sports. Approx. 59 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © ABC Sports, Inc.

1972, show no.

1. © 22Mar72; MP22912.

2. © 3Apr72; MP22913.

THE CHAMPAGNE MURDERS. Universal Productions France. Released by Universal Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Techniscope. From an original story by William Benjamin.

Credits: Producer, Raymond Eger; director, Claude Chabrol; screenplay, Claude Brule & Derek Prouse; music director, Andre Jouve; director of photography, Jean Rabier; film editor, Jacques Gaillard.

Cast: Maurice Ronet, Yvonne Furneaux, Stephane Audran, Annie Vidal, Henry Jones.

© Universal Productions France, S.A.R.L.; 30Mar68 (in notice: 1967); LP41197.

CHANGO, GUARDIAN OF THE MAYAN TREASURE. See

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY.

CHARACTERS IN CONFLICT. Centron Educational Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 10Nov72; MP23240.

CHARGE, SAID MR. CROSS. Royal Bank of Canada. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Your money matters)

Credits: Producer & director, Roy Korst; writer, Bruce Martin; music, Howard Shore; camera, Fred Guthe; stills, Paul Appelby; editor, Havelock Gradidge.

Cast: Sydney Brown, Alice Hill, Jan Chamberlain.

© Royal Bank of Canada; 21Aug72; MU8490.

CHARLES. See

MATT LINCOLN.

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

Baja. © 2May72; MP23205.

Sanitary. © 31Jul72; MP23206.

CHARLIE BUBBLES. Universal Pictures & Memorial Enterprises. Released by Regional Film Distributors. 91 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Michael Medwin; director, Albert Finney; screenplay, Shelagh Delaney; music composer & conductor, Misha Donat; director of photography, Peter Suschitzky; editor, Fergus McDonell.

Cast: Albert Finney, Colin Blakeley, Billie Whitelaw, Liza Minnelli, Richard Pearson.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 30Mar68 (in notice: 1967); LP41196.

CHARLIE CROWFOOT AND THE COATI MUNDI. See

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY.

CHARLIE IN HOT WATER. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Beary family cartune)

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

© Universal Pictures; 5Jan70; LP41264.

CHARLIE’S GOLF CLASSIC. 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; 11May70; LP41265.

CHARTING. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23364.

CHEETAH. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producers & photographers, Peter & Jane Chermayeff.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 1Jun72 (in notice: 1971); MP23064.

[CHET ATKINS GUITAR METHOD] (Filmstrip) Famous American Musicians & Educators. 33 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. © Famous American Musicians & Educators, Inc. d.b.a. Fame, Inc.; 15Sep71; JP14609.

THE CHICAGO MEGALOPOLIS. See

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES.

CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES. Set 2 (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide. Produced in collaboration with Project 7 Films.

Contents: Discipline and punishment. 62 fr.--Intellectual development of children. 58 fr.--Anxieties of children. 65 fr.--Influences on children. 57 fr.

Credits: Producer, Brooke M. Beebe; director & writer, Michael Halperin; advisor, Elizabeth G. Mountain.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 28Aug72; JP14550, 14552, 14551, 14553.

CHILD IN DANGER. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 16.

CHILDHOOD: THE ENCHANTED YEARS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. 60 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Films, Inc. presentation. A Ronox production.

Credits: Producer, director & writer, Nicolas L. Noxon; narrator, Alexander Scourby; animators, Roger Chouinard & Gary Lund; music composer & conductor, Gerald Fried; director of photography, Erik Daarstad; film editor, Bud Friedgen.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 22Apr71; LP41137.

CHILDREN’S CRUSADE. See

SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE.

CHILLY’S COLD WAR. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

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

© Universal Pictures; 2Nov70; LP41266.

CHILLY’S ICE FOLLY. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

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

© Universal Pictures; 8Jun70; LP41261.

CHOICE. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

CHOOSING BOOKS TO READ. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 28Apr72; MP23280.

CHRIST IS BORN (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Appl. author: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, employer for hire. © Broadman Films; 26Jun72; A360147.

CHRISTMAS. See

HOLIDAY SERIES.

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. See

HIGH INTEREST STORIES FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE.

CHRISTMAS SHOW. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

CHRISTMAS TALES FROM MANY LANDS (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: The littlest angel. 69 fr.--The gypsy boy’s miracle. 45 fr.--Why the chimes rang, 47 fr.--The legend of Befana. 46 fr.--The little fir tree. 45 fr.--Michael O’Mannerly and the Christmas toadstools. 49 fr.

Credits: Production, Richard P. Crayke.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Sep71; JP14307.

CHRISTOPHER. See

MATT LINCOLN.

CHRYSLER-FURY-SATELLITE WAGONS FOR ’73. Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Chrysler Corp.; 9Oct72; LP41331.

CHURCHES AND HOW THEY GROW (Filmstrip) Home Mission Board. Released by Broadman Films. 65 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. © Broadman Films; 3Apr72; A367791.

CIGARETTES, CARS, AND WILD, WILD WOMEN. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 65.

CINDERELLA. See

TALES FROM THE GRIMM BROTHERS.

CIRCLE OF LIES. See

DAN AUGUST.

A CIRCLE OF TIME. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. See

HUMAN BODY AND HOW IT WORKS.

CITIES. See

HOW TO BUILD THINGS.

THE ISLAND OF PUERTO RICO.

CITIES AND TRANSPORTATION. See

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES.

THE NORTHEAST STATES.

THE PACIFIC COAST STATES.

THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

THE SOUTHERN STATES.

THE SOUTH WESTERN STATES.

CITIES, GEOGRAPHY, CLIMATE AND RESOURCES OF ALASKA. See

THE FRONTIER STATES.

CITIES, GEOGRAPHY, CLIMATE AND RESOURCES OF HAWAII. See

THE FRONTIER STATES.

THE CITY FOX. See

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY. 1971–72 series.

A CITY IS MANY THINGS (Filmstrip) Churchill Films. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: A city is people at work. 39 fr.--A city is people at leisure. 35 fr.--A city is services. 34 fr.--A city is transportation. 40 fr.--A city is buildings. 37 fr.

Credits: Producer & script writer, Rosemary Luxton; photographers, Bill Manning & Hal Smith.

Appl. author: Churchill Productions, Inc.

© Churchill Films, Inc.; 21May69 (in notices: 1968); JP14338, 14335, 14337, 14336, 14339.

CITY WORKERS AND SERVICES. See

FAMILY SERIES.

CLASS OF ’57. See

IRONSIDE.

CLASSES AND PROPERTIES OF DISPERSIONS. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23210.

CLASSROOM JOURNEYS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Troll Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: A trip to a fire station. 61 fr.--A trip to a police station. 47 fr.--A trip to a sewage treatment plant. 56 fr.--A trip to an electrical power plant. 52 fr.--A trip to an airport. 59 fr.--A trip to a court. 48 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP14258.

A CLASSROOM MODEL. See

A STRATEGY FOR TEACHING VALUES.

CLASSROOM NATURE ACTIVITIES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Troll Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: How to make a fresh water aquarium, 65 fr.--How to make a salt water aquarium. 43 fr.--How to make a terrarium. 45 fr.--How to keep mammals in the classroom. 43 fr.--How to keep reptiles in the classroom. 57 fr.--How to keep plants in the classroom. 57 fr.

Credits: General editor, E. Dan Cappel.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP14259.

CLEAN TOWN, U.S.A. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. Warner Bros. 136 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee.

© Warner Bros., Inc. & Polaris Productions, Inc.; 19Dec71; LP41304.

CLOSE TO ZERO. Sunday River Productions. 16 min., si., color, 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 12Sep72; MP23335.

CLOUDS AND RAIN AND THINGS (Filmstrip) Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York. 2 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (The Wonder series) With Discussion guide, 48 p.

Contents: Pt. 1–2: Clues to the weather. 61 fr.--How we feel. 71 fr.

Credits: Writer, Daniel Harris Wilcox; photographers, Jerry Spearman & William T. Martin; editor, Gary Goldberg.

Appl. authors: Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, N.Y., employer for hire of Daniel Harris Wilcox (script) & Mary Batten (discussion guide)

© Guidance Associates of Pleasantville, New York; 26Oct72; A382713.

CLUB HOUSE. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

CLUB-MOSSES, HORSETAILS AND FERNS. See

PLANT CLASSIFICATION.

CLUES TO THE WEATHER. See

CLOUDS AND RAIN AND THINGS.

COAL MINE. See

FIELD TRIPS OUT OF THE ORDINARY.

COLD FRONT. Gilbert Altschul Productions. Released by Journal Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: David Altschul. © Gilbert Altschul Productions, Inc.; 15Jun72; MP23239.

COLLECTING A WARDROBE. See

FASHION AND YOU.

COLLECTING DATA EFFICIENTLY, Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp, 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp,; 20Oct71; MP23363.

COLONIAL CRAFTS. See

LIFE IN THE EARLY AMERICAN COLONIES.

COLONIAL FOOD. See

LIFE IN THE EARLY AMERICAN COLONIES.

COLONIAL SHELTER AND DEFENSE. See

LIFE IN THE EARLY AMERICAN COLONIES.

COLOR OF FURY. See

DAN AUGUST.

COLORING. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

COLUMBUS DAY. See

HOLIDAY SERIES.

COMBINING STEPS TO SOLVE WORD PROBLEMS. See

SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICS.

COMMUNICATION. American Management Assn. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (The basic principles of supervisory management, session 6) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP22980.

COMMUNITY AIRPORT. See

AIRPORT SERVICE.

COMPARISONS OF ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. With tape. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72 (in notice: 1971); JP14298.

COMPLETE FACTORIZATION. See

TOPICS IN ALGEBRA.

COMPUTER. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

COMPUTERS AND YOU. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Released by Journal Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 1JUl72; MP22960.

CON ARTISTS. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 175.

CONCEPTS AND VOCABULARY--INTRODUCTION. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23360.

CONCEPTS IN ECOLOGY (Filmstrip) Centron Educational Films. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: From rock to forest. 57 fr.--From sand dune to forest. 79 fr.--Life in a log. 73 fr.--Life in a pond. 60 fr.

Credits: Producers, Robert O. Joslin & Larry West.

© Centron Corp., Inc.; 29Sep72; JP14254.

CONCERN AND THE LAND. ITT Community Development Corp, Made by Bibas-Redford, Inc. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © ITT Community Development Corp.; 9Aug72; MP23114.

THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH. Apple Films. Released by Apple Films & Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 140 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producers, George Harrison & Phil Spector.

Cast: George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston.

© Apple Films, Inc.; 15Mar72; MP23151.

CONE-BEARING PLANTS. See

PLANT CLASSIFICATION.

CONFLICTS IN LITERATURE (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X303A-X303F: Man against nature. 62 fr.--Man against fate. 52 fr.--Man against man. 52 fr.--Man against society. 53 fr.--Man against himself. 53 fr.--A sea of troubles. 52 fr.

Credits: General editor, Morris Sweetkind; illustrator, William S. Shields; senior photographer, George W. Perry.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14560.

CONNECTICUT: THE CONSTITUTION STATE (Filmstrip) Junior League of Hartford. 170 fr., color, 35 mm. Produced in cooperation with Charter Oak Color Slide Assn. & Connecticut Chapter of the Photographic Society of America.

Credits: Artwork by the children of Connecticut; photographers, Klara Benkovich & others.

© Junior League of Hartford, Inc.; 18May72; JP14498.

CONSUMER AND COMMUNITY ACTION. See

ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS.

THE CONSUMER AND THE GOVERNMENT. See

CONSUMER EDUCATION SERIES.

CONSUMER EDUCATION SERIES (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Guide, 1 v.

Contents: The consumer and the government. 73 fr.--Money is the medium. 85 fr.--Let the buyer beware. 85 fr.--How to buy food. 85 fr.--How to buy clothes. 92 fr.--How to buy a used car, 92 fr.

Credits: Producer, director, writer, Easy Klein.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 18Aug72; JP14461, 14463–14462, 14464–14466.

CONTRACT: KILL IRONSIDE. See

IRONSIDE.

CONTROLLING CRYSTALLIZATION. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23213.

CONTROLLING--KEEPING PLANS ON TARGET. American Management Assn. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (The basic principles of supervisory management, session 4) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP22978.

A CONVENT FULL OF MIRACLES. See

THE FLYING NUN. 64.

CONVERSATION. Regents of the University of Wisconsin. Made by Instructional Media Laboratory, University of Wisconsin. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) © Regents of the University of Wisconsin.

Alfred Eisenstaedt, photographer. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli; chief photographer, John Alley. © 1May72; MP23096.

Arte Johnson, actor. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 18Aug72; MP23243.

Barbara Walters. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23006.

C. P. (Chappie) Fox, director, Circus World Museum. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 14Jul72; MP23250.

Captain James Lovell, astronaut. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 10May72; MP23009.

Caroline Bird, author. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 5May72; MP23099.

Dizzy Gillespie, musician. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23008.

Dr. Dudley Johnson, heart surgeon. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 18Aug72; MP23247.

Dr. Sheila Tobias, associate provost and lecturer. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 13Sep72; MP23242.

Elizabeth Janeway, author. Credits: Producer & critic, Winifred Ryhn; director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23093.

Ellen Frankfort, author-lecturer. Credits: producer & critic, Winifred Ryhn; director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23095.

Eric Bentley, critic. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 28Jun72; MP23252.

Fr. James E. Groppi, civil rights activist. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23098.

Frank McGee. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23007.

George Speidel, director, Milwaukee County Zoo. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 24Aug72; MP23249.

Jaroslav Pelikan. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23005.

Jean Francois Revel, author. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23003.

John Kenneth Galbraith, economist. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23004.

Jose Greco, Spanish dancer. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23097.

Julius Tobias, sculptor. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 19Jul72; MP23244.

Michael Novak, professor. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 8Aug72; MP23251.

Oscar Robertson, Milwaukee Bucks, National Basketball Association. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 18May72; MP23094.

Roger D. Abrahams, director, Afro-American Research Institute. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 4Aug72; MP23245.

Ronald Sukenick, novelist. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 1May72; MP23010.

S. C. Johnson, chairman of the board. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 29Sep72; MP23248.

W. Clement Stone, Combined Insurance Company of America. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli. © 17Aug72; MP23246.

William Klein. Credits: Director, Michael J. Pontrelli, © 1May72; MP23011.

A CONVERSATION WITH B. F. SKINNER. CRM Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Psychology today films)

Cast: Elizabeth Hall, B. F. Skinner.

© Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Jul72; MP23202.

COO COO NUTS. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Don Christensen; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Daws Butler & Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 1Jul70; LP41267.

COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE (Filmstrip) MSJC Productions. 42 fr., color, 35 mm. (Automotive technology, J–5A)

Credits: Planner & writer, Ivan Hinerman.

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District (in notice: Mt. San Jacinto College); 1Mar72; JP14185.

COPE. CineAvanti. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © CineAvanti; 15Nov72; MP23342.

COQUI MAGICO. See

THE MAGICAL COQUI (EL COQUI MAGICO)

CORN--THE PLANT WITH EARS. Centron Educational Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 13Sep72; MP23079.

CORPORATE TRUST. See

AN APPEAL TO GREATNESS.

COTTON CLOTHING FROM FIELD TO YOU (Filmstrip) Churchill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Cotton growing and ginning, 36 fr.--Cotton spinning and weaving. 41 fr.--Designing cloth for clothes. 38 fr.--Silk screen printing. 36 fr.--The garment factory. 40 fr.--The retail store. 36 fr.

Credits: Producer, Rosemary Luxton; script writers, Jayne Applegate & Edna La Fayette; photographer, Hal Smith.

Appl. author: Churchill productions, Inc.

© Churchill Films, Inc.; 28Nov68; JP14348–14349, 14351–14350, 14347–14346.

COTTON GROWING AND GINNING. See

COTTON CLOTHING FROM FIELD TO YOU.

COTTON SPINNING AND WEAVING. See

COTTON CLOTHING FROM FIELD TO YOU.

COUNTDOWN TO GREATNESS. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises. 1 reel, sd., color, Super 8 mm, (Adventure IV) Loop film. © Turner Enterprises a.a.d.o. Glenn W. Turner Enterprises, Inc.; 29Dec71; MP23237.

COUNTERFEIT, STOLEN, & ALTERED CHECKS (Filmstrip) Bank of America N.T. & S.A. Made by Training Dept., World Headquarters, 98 fr., color, 35 mm. (Big Jeff’s casefile, no. 7) © Bank of America N.T. & S.A.; 11Sep72; JP14473.

COUNTING, BASE, AND PLACE VALUE. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Distributed by Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Beginning mathematics) Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 15Nov72; MP23322.

COURTESY CARDS & BANKAMERICARDS (Filmstrip) Bank of America N.T. & S.A. Made by Training Dept., World Headquarters. 101 fr., color, 35 mm. (Big Jeff’s casefile, no. 6) © Bank of America N.T. & S.A.; 28Aug72; JP14477.

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER. Komack Co. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

And Eddie makes three. Credits: Producer, James Komack; director, Hal Cooper; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 1Oct69; LP41372.

Any friend of Dad’s. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 19Nov69; LP41379.

The bicycle theft. Credits: Producer; James Komack; writer, Martin A. Ragaway. © 20Oct71; LP41358.

The Blarney Stone girl. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 15Dec71; LP41368.

A brave at Natchanoomi. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 8Dec71; LP41367.

Bully for you. Credits: Producer, James Komack: writer, Joanna Lee. © 5Nov69; LP41377.

The business trip. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Bob Rodgers. © 21Oct70; LP41400.

The candidate. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Alan J. Levitt. © 22Sep71; LP41361.

The choice. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 5Jan72; LP41346.

The computer. © 15Oct69; LP41374.

Dear Mr. Cooper. Credits: Producer, James Komack; teleplay, Shirley Gordon. © 29Dec70; LP41414.

Discipline is a four-letter word spelled l-o-v-e. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 24Mar71; LP41355.

Don’t look now, but your Scorpio’s rising. Credits: James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 4Mar70; LP41394.

Eddie’s will. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer; Peggy Chantler Dick. © 28Oct70; LP41401.

The encounter group. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 28Dec70; LP41413.

Everybody needs a brother. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 17Mar71; LP41354.

An F for Mrs. Livingston. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 26Nov69; LP41380.

Fear is for understanding. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Shirley Gordon. © 16Dec70; LP41407.

A five pound monkey on his stomach. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 18Feb70; LP41392.

Free is a four letter word. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 25Feb70; LP41393.

Gentleman friend. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Irving Pearlberg. © 12Nov69; LP41378.

Getting back on the horse. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer. Bob Rodgers. © 22Sep71; LP41362.

Ghetto girl. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Alan J. Levitt. © 25Dec70; LP41410.

Gifts are for giving. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Shirley Gordon. © 23Dec70; LP41408.

Guardian for Eddie. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 4Feb70; LP41390.

Guess who’s coming to lunch? Credits: Writer, James Komack. © 29Oct69; LP41376.

Happy birthday to you. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 3Nov71; LP41363.

Hello, Miss Bessinger, goodbye. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 4Nov70; LP41402.

The hospital. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 26Dec70; LP41411.

How do you know if it’s really love? Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 31Dec69; LP41386.

I thought you thought. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 14Oct70; LP41399.

The important word is “and.” Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 7Oct70; LP41398.

In the eye of the beholder. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 16Feb72; LP41351.

The investors. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 26Jan72 (in notice: 1971); LP41345.

It’s all write with me. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Alan J. Levitt, © 2Feb72; LP41349.

The karate story. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Martin Ragaway. © 12Jan72; LP41347.

The library card. Credits: Writers, Pauline Stone & Mike Cosgrove. © 31Dec69; LP41385.

A little get-together for Cissy. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 24Dec70; LP41409.

A little help from my friend. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 9Feb72; LP41350.

A little red. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 1Dec71; LP41366.

The littlest kidnapper. Credits: Producer & director, James Komack; writer, Carl Kleinschmitt. © 8Oct69; LP41373.

A loaf of bread, bar of soap, jar of peanut butter. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 30Sep70; LP41397.

The lonely weekend. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 30Dec70; LP41415.

Love is for sharing. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Shirley Gordon. © 11Nov70; LP41403.

The magic Mrs. Rickles. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 31Dec70; LP41416.

Member of the wedding. Credits: James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 3Dec69; LP41381.

Mrs. Livingston, I presume. Pilot script. Credits: Writer, James Komack. © 17Sep69; LP41370.

The mod couple. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 28Jan70; LP41389.

Money is a five letter word. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 11Mar70; LP41395.

Mother of the year. Credits: Producer & writer, James Komack. © 17Dec69; LP41384.

My son, the artist. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 15Oct71; LP41360.

A night out for the boys. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 10Dec69; LP41382.

Or else! Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 10Nov71; LP41364.

Pain. © 22Oct69; LP41375.

Prince charming. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan, © 29Dec71; LP41369.

The promise. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Bob Rodgers, Peggy Chantler Dick, & James Komack. © 11Feb70; LP41391.

The rift. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 27Dec70; LP41412.

The road to you know where is paved with you know what. Credits: Producer, James Komack; Writer, Blanche Hanalis. © 14Jan70; LP41387.

The secret box. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Shirley Gordon. © 2Dec70; LP41406.

Teacher’s pet. Credits: Writer, Carl Kleinschmitt. © 26Sep69; LP41371.

Tell it like I’m telling you it is. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 6Oct71; LP41356.

They’re either too young or too old. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Bob Rodgers. © 21Jan70; LP41388.

Thy neighbor loves thee. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 17Nov71; LP41365.

Time for a change. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 23Feb72; LP41352.

To catch a thief. Credits: Producer, James Komack; teleplay, Peggy Chantler Dick. © 31Dec70; LP41417.

Two’s company. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Shirley Gordon. © 27Oct71; LP41359.

The unbirthday present. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 23Sep70; LP41396.

A very different drummer. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 13Oct71; LP41357.

Very young man with a horn. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 19Jan72; LP41348.

We love Annie. Credits: Producer & writer, James Komack. © 1Mar72; LP41353.

When the shoe is on the other foot it doesn’t fit. Credits: Producer, James Komack; writers, Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan. © 25Nov70; LP41405.

Who pulled the blues right out of the horn. Credits: Writer, Ken Pettus. © 24Dec69; LP41383.

Who wants to sail down the Amazon anyway? Credits: Producer, James Komack; writer, Joanna Lee. © 18Nov70; LP41404.

CRACK IN THE BERLIN WALL. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

A CRACK IN THE PAVEMENT. FilmFair Communications. 8 min., ed., color, 16 mm. Based on the book by Ruth Howell & Arline Strong. © FilmFair, Inc.; 15Nov72; MP23345.

CRACK IN THE WALL. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

CRAFTING A CHAIR. See

HOW THINGS ARE MADE.

CRASH. Ezra Baker Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Ezra Baker Films, Inc.; 28Jun72 (in notice: 1970); LP41101.

CREATING A MOVIE OR T.V. PROGRAM. See

HOW THINGS ARE MADE.

CREATING WITH SHAPES. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 22Dec71; MP22988.

CREATING WITH TEXTURES. Coronet Instructional Films. Made by Motion Picture Dept., Columbia College. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Mar72; MP22987.

CREATING YOUR OWN STYLE. See

FASHION AND YOU.

CRICKET AND COLT CARBURETORS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 78 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–10) © Chrysler Corp.; 23Jul72; JP14203.

CROAKUS POCUS. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 27Feb72 (in notice: 1971); LP41029.

CROOKS ARE USUALLY STRANGERS, BUT (Filmstrip) Bank of America N.T. & S.A. Made by Training Dept., World Headquarters. 102 fr., color, 35 mm. (Big Jeff’s casefile, no. 8) © Bank of America N.T. & S.A.; 25Sep72; JP14475.

THE CROSS IN THE LOTUS. Broadcasting & Film Commission, National Council of Churches. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Broadcasting & Film Commission, National Council of Churches; 24Mar72; MP23315.

CUANDO HACES ALGO BUENO. San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. 9 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72 (in notice: 1971); LP41062.

THE CULPEPPER CATTLE CO. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Paul A. Helmick; director, Dick Richards; screenplay, Eric Bercovici & Gregory Prentiss; music composers, Tom Scott & Jerry Goldsmith; directors of photography, Lawrence Edward Williams & Ralph Woolsey; film editor, John Burnett.

Cast: Gary Grimes, Billy “Green” Bush, Luke Askew, Bo Hopkins, John McLiam.

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4May72; LP41017.

THE CUSTOMS OF THE COUNTRY. See

BONANZA.

D

THE /d/ SOUND. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. Color, Super 8 mm. With tape. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72 (in notice: 1971); JP14297.

DAD, CAN I BORROW THE CAR. See

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY.

DAN AUGUST. QM Productions. Approx. 60 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. An ABC presentation. © QM Productions.

The assassin. © 8Apr71; LP41174.

Bullet for a hero. © 4Mar71; LP41169.

Circle of lies. © 18Feb71; LP41167.

The color of fury. © 28Oct70; LP41155.

Days of rage. © 25Mar71; LP41172.

Dead witness to a killing. © 28Jan71; LP41165.

Death chain. © 21Jan71; LP41164.

Epitaph for a swinger. © 18Nov70; LP41158.

In the eyes of God. © 21Oct70; LP41154.

Invitation to murder. © 4Nov70; LP41156.

The king is dead. © 14Oct70; LP41153.

The law. © 4Feb71 (in notice: 1970); LP41149.

Love is a nickel bag. © 7Oct70; LP41152.

The manufactured man. © 11Mar71; LP41170.

The meal ticket. © 18Mar71; LP41171.

Murder by proxy. © 23Sep70; LP41150.

The murder of a small town. © 30Sep70; LP41151.

Passing fair. © 30Dec70; LP41162.

Prognosis: homicide. © 1Apr71; LP41173.

Quadrangle for death. © 16Dec70; LP41161.

The soldier. © 2Dec70; LP41160.

The titan. © 6Jan71; LP41163.

Trackdown. © 25Feb71; LP41168.

The union forever. © 11Nov70; LP41157.

When the shouting dies. © 25Nov70; LP41159.

The worst crime. © 11Feb71; LP41166.

DAN BLOCKER EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

DARE THE WILDEST RIVER. Diablo Productions. 55 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (A Wilderness adventures film)

Credits: Producer & director, Joe Munroe; writers, Martin Litton, F. Thomas Huheey, Joe Munroe; narrator, Don Sherwood; music, Wenzel Pitelka; photographers, Joe Munroe, Martin Litton, Paul Geerlings.

Appl. states prev. reg. 11May70; MP20479. NM: additions & revisions.

© Diablo Productions, Inc.; 19May72 (in notice: 1970); MP22903.

DATA PROCESSING: AN INTRODUCTION. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Mar72; MP23074.

DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE UNITED STATES. See

CBS NEWS SPECIAL.

DAY OF THE OWL. See

MAFIA.

DAYS OF RAGE. See

DAN AUGUST.

DEAD OF NIGHT. See

HIGH INTEREST STORIES FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE.

DEAD WITNESS TO A KILLING. See

DAN AUGUST.

DEALING WITH PEOPLE. See

BASIC OFFICE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.

DEAR AGGIE. See

THE FLYING NUN. 70.

DEAR DEAD DELILAH. Jack Music, Inc. Released by Southern Star Productions. 98 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jack Clement; director & screenplay, John Farris; music, Bill Justis; director of photography, William R. Johnson; film editor, Ron Dorfman.

Cast: Agnes Moorehead, Will Geer, Michael Ansara, Patricia Carmichael, Dennis Patrick.

© Jack Music, Inc.; 5May72; MP23087.

DEAR FRAN. See

IRONSIDE.

DEAR MR. COOPER. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

DEAR MR. GABLE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television. 60 min., sd., color and b&w, 16 mm. Produced with NBC-TV Network.

Credits: Producer & writer, Nicolas L. Noxon; narrator, Burgess Meredith; music scorer & conductor, Gerald Fried; original photography, Henry Ushijima, Baldwin Baker, Alan Stensvold; film editor, Bud Smith.

NM: compilation & additions.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 31Dec67 (in notice: 1968); LP41191.

DEATH BY THE NUMBERS. See

IRONSIDE.

DEATH CHAIN. See

DAN AUGUST.

A DEATH OF INNOCENCE. Columbia Broadcasting System. 90 min., sd., color. Videotape (2 in.) From the novel by Zelda Popkin.

Credits: Producer, Mark Carliner; director, Paul Wendkos; teleplay, Joseph Stefano; music, Morton Stevens; director of photography, Ben Colman; film editor, Gene Fowler, Jr.

Cast: Shelley Winters, Arthur Kennedy, John Randolph, Tisha Sterling, Ann Sothern.

© Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; 22Nov71; LP41199.

DECIDING BETWEEN TWO ALTERNATIVES. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23366.

THE DECIDUOUS FOREST, see

ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES.

THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS. American Management Assn. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (The basic principles of supervisory management, session 8) © American Management Assn., Inc.; 26Nov68; MP22982.

DECODING LANGUAGE IN GRAPHEMIC FORM BY MEANS OF GRAPHEME-PHONEME CORRESPONDENCES, CONTEXTUAL CLUES, AND DICTIONARY SYMBOLS. Educational Division, Houghton Mifflin Co. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (The Houghton-Mifflin reading program) Appl. states all new except prev. pub. b&w footage from si. film Teddy at the throttle, ca. 1913. © Houghton Mifflin Co.; 12Oct72; MP23285.

DECORATING: AN INDIVIDUAL APPROACH. See

HOME DECORATION SERIES.

DECORATIVE WOODS AND FUEL. Martin Moyer Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Man and the forest, pt. 5) Produced in cooperation with the 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; 17Jul72; MP22946.

THE DEER FAMILY. Walt Disney Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Nature’s living album) © Walt Disney Productions; 8Aug68; MP23158.

DEFENSIVE TACTICS. III. Woroner Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Officer training) © Woroner Films, Inc.; 27Jul72; MU8472.

DEFINING THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES. See

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES.

DEFINING THE NORTHEAST. See

THE NORTHEAST STATES.

DEFINING THE PACIFIC COAST REGION. See

THE PACIFIC COAST STATES.

DEFINING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION. See

THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

DEFINING THE SOUTH. See

THE SOUTHERN STATES.

DEFINING THE SOUTH WEST. See

THE SOUTH WESTERN STATES.

DELIVERYMEN. See

FAMILY SERIES.

DEPENDENCE: A NEW DEFINITION. CRM Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Life and health films) © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Sep72; MP23203.

THE DERIVATIVE. Harper & Row, Publishers. Made by Kaye Instruments. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: Harry M. Schey & Judah L. Schwartz. © Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 1Oct71; MP23308.

DERNIER DOMICILE CONNU. See

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS.

DESCRIBING COLLECTIONS OF DATA. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23361.

DESIGNING CLOTH FOR CLOTHES. See

COTTON CLOTHING FROM FIELD TO YOU.

THE DESTEFANOS. See

AMERICAN FAMILIES.

DETROIT, CAR CAPITAL OF THE WORLD. See

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES.

DEVELOPING CHILDREN’S ORAL LANGUAGE: PRIMARY LEVELS. Macmillan Educational Services. 6 motion pictures (1 reel each), sd., color, 16 mm. (Minicourse 2) Contents: Introduction.--Instructional/model, lesson 1–6. © Far West Laboratory for Educational Research & Development; 10Jan72 (in notices: 1971); MP22932–22937.

DEVELOPING CONCEPTS FOR NUMBER (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 69 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 15 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 10Jul72; A378950.

DEVELOPING CONCEPTS FOR SETS (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 75 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 16 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 10Jul72; A378942.

DEVELOPING ELEMENTARY CONCEPTS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X305A-X305F: Direction: can you somersault sideways? 55 fr.--Size: smaller than large and larger than small. 54 fr.--Shape: a circle is never a square. 53 fr.--Location: over & under & in between. 55 fr.--Quantity: something is different from nothing. 51 fr.--Order: first always comes before last. 44 fr.

Credits: General editor, Judith H. Russell; consulting editor, Alexander M. Butman; graphic artist, Edward A. Casker.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14271.

DEVELOPING READING READINESS PROGRAMS. Kingsbury Center. 28 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Learning for a lifetime: the academic club method, pt. 3) Appl. author: Sally L. Smith. © Sally L. Smith. & Kingsbury Center, Inc.; 7Jul72; MP23135.

DEVELOPING TECHNIQUES IN CONCENTRATION (Filmstrip) Classroom Materials Co. 7 filmstrips (37 fr. each), color, 35 mm. With Teaching guide & script, 22 p.

Contents: Visual memory, immediate.--Visual memory, delayed.--Tracking.--Extended tracking.--Visual emphasis.--Constancy of shape.--Figure-ground discrimination.

Credits: Program, Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian; illustrations, Gerry Levinson.

© Classroom Materials Co.; 1Aug72; JP14190–14196.

DIALOGUE WITH DOCTOR. Dept. of Health & Hospitals of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. 21 min. sd., color, 16 mm. © Dept. of Health & Hospitals of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles; 3Oct72; MP23316.

DIALOGUES FOR THE WORKSHOP IN INTER-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION. Human Resources Research Organization. 150 min., sd. Videotape.

Credits: Writers, Alfred J. Kraemer & John D. Harris.

Cast: Cajetan D’Mello.

© Human Resources Research Organization (Humrro); 11Dec72; MU8506.

DID YOU KNOW? Set 3 (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 4 filmstrips (38 fr. each), color, 35 mm. With guide, 6 l.

Contents: How things look.--How things feel.--Big and little.--A little and a lot.

Appl. author: Edward Dubrowsky.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 16Sep71; A379000.

DIESEL DECISIONS. University of Nebraska Agricultural Engineering Dept., Cooperative Extension Service, Dept. of Information & American Oil Co. 19 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Nebraska ETV Network. © American Oil Co.; 1Jun71; MP22943.

DIFFERENT KINDS OF MONEY. See

DOLLARS AND SENSE.

DIFFERENT SHAPES. See

LEARNING ABOUT ME.

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. See

HUMAN BODY AND HOW IT WORKS.

DIRECTION; CAN YOU SOMERSAULT SIDEWAYS. See

DEVELOPING ELEMENTARY CONCEPTS.

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Appleton-Century-Crofts, educational division of Meredith Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16 mm. Presented in cooperation with Wayne State University College of Nursing. © Meredith Corp.

Lesson

1. Subcutaneous and intramuscular injections. © 16May72; MP22914.

7. Giving a bed bath, pt. 2. © 28Mar72; MP22983.

25. Application of the process of scientific observation to patient situations. © 16May72; MP22915.

27. Patient admission to and discharge from a hospital. © 11Apr72; MP23088.

31. Equipment and nurses’ role in oxygen therapy. © 16May72; MP22916.

32. Spiritual aspects of patient care, pt. 1–2. © 20Oct72; MP23265–23266.

41. Equipment used in gastric and intestinal decompression. © 28Nov72; MP23305.

43. Nursing responsibilities in the care of patients receiving various methods of gavage. © 28Nov72; MP23304.

68. A means of assistance to ambulation: crutch walking. © 20Oct72; MP23165.

96. Homeokinesis and adaptation. © 16May72; MP22917.

97. Quest for causation. © 20Oct72; MP23166.

98. Health-illness: a continuum. © 20Oct72; MP23167.

99. Assessment of growth and development. © 16May72; MP22918.

100. Safety--key word in patient care. © 16May72; MP22919.

101. Dynamics of nurse, parent, child relationships. © 16May72; MP22920.

102. Feeding patterns of infants and toddlers. © 16May72; MP22921.

103. Administration of medications to infants and children. © 16May72; MP22922.

104. Fluid and electrolyte therapy in pediatrics. © 16May72; MP22923.

105. Pre- and post-operative care of the pediatric patient. © 16May72; MP22924.

106. Accident prevention. © 16May72; MP22925.

107. The unusual child: cleft lip/palate. © 16May72; MP22926.

108. Catheterization using a Foley catheter. © 14Dec72; MP23306.

DIRTY LITTLE BILLY. WRG/Dragoti. Released by Columbia Pictures. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Jack L. Warner; director, Stan Dragoti; story & screenplay, Charles Moss & Stan Dragoti; music composed & arranged by Sascha Burland; director of photography, Ralph Woolsey; film editor, David Wages.

Cast: Lee Purcell, Charles Aidman, Dran Hamilton, Willard Sage, Mills Watson.

© Jack L. Warner & WRG/Dragoti, Ltd.; 20Oct72; LP41234.

DISCIPLINE AND PUNISHMENT. See

CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES.

DISCIPLINE IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD SPELLED L-O-V-E. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

DISCOVERING NEW WORDS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Troll Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: How it moves. 56 fr.--How it looks. 52 fr.--How it feels. 39 fr.--How it sounds. 44 fr.--Names of things. 53 fr.--Kinds of people. 51 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Apr72; JP14526.

DISCOVERY STORIES (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 3 l.

Contents: A case for the purple elephant. 40 fr.--Finders keepers. 36 fr.--Overcrowding in Hickeyville. 42 fr.--Things are tough all over. 39 fr.

Credits: Executive producer, Edward Dubrowsky; writer & illustrator, Robert Sargent.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 8Feb70; A375470.

DISCOVERY: TROPICAL AFRICA (Filmstrip) Doubleday Multimedia. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: What is Africa like? 17 fr.--What do Africans look like? 19 fr.--Where do Africans live? 16 fr.

Credits: Educational consultants, Ron Atwood & Sister Mary John Binder, C.S.J.; photographers, Jim Wells & Ron Atwood.

© Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 2Mar72; JP14596–14595, 14599.

DISEASES AND TREATMENT. See

PRODUCT SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION: DERMATOLOGY.

THE URINARY TRACT.

DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTORS TO COUNSELING SERIES. See

B. F. SKINNER ON COUNSELING.

B. F. SKINNER ON EDUCATION.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 2. Review Educational Films. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23354.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 3. Review Educational Films. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.: 25Sep72; MP23355.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 4. Review Educational Films. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23356.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 5. Review Educational Films. 9 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23357.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 6. Review Educational Films. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23358.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 7. Review Educational Films. 9 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films; Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23255.

DIVISION SENTENCES, FACTS OF 8. Review Educational Films. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23359.

DIZZY GILLESPIE, MUSICIAN. See

CONVERSATION.

DO YOU KNOW WHERE I’M GOING? Board of Parish Education of the Lutheran Church in America. Made by Equinox Films. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Stimulus series)

Credits: Music, Felix Pappalardi.

© Board of Parish Education of the Lutheran Church in America; 1Jun68; MP22906.

DOC. See

MATT LINCOLN.

DR. DUDLEY JOHNSON, HEART SURGEON. See

CONVERSATION.

DR. SHEILA TOBIAS, ASSOCIATE PROVOST AND LECTURER. See

CONVERSATION.

DOCTRINE OF THE GOSPEL (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. House. 49 fr., color, 35 mm. With Romans handbook for faith, teachers guide, red/blue high school no. 32–2142 (separately reg. as A375098)

Credits: Script, Walter R. Bouman; art & photography, Don L. Kueker & Associates.

© Concordia Pub. House; 1Sep72; JP14299.

DOING IT ALL ON A BUDGET. See

LOOKING GREAT ON A SHOESTRING.

DOLLARS AND SENSE (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Troll Associates. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: How money goes round and round. 48 fr.--Different kinds of money. 42 fr.--How money is made. 40 fr.--How we borrow money. 42 fr.--How budgets work. 43 fr.--How taxes work. 43 fr.

Credits: General editor, Morris Gall.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Dec71; JP14257.

DOLORES DIDDLEDADDLE. See

PHONICS: INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS.

DON’T CRY, MY SON. See

BONANZA.

DON’T LOOK NOW, BUT YOUR SCORPIO’S RISING. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

DOUBLE HEADING IN THE SMOKIES. Sunday River Productions. 17 min., si., color, 8 mm. Appl. author: Alva Morrison. © Sunday River Productions, solely owned by Alva Morrison; 19May72; MP23336.

DRAG RACING. See

SPORTS

DREAMS OF GLASS. Dreams of Glass Co. Released by Universal Pictures. 82 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Cast: Caroline Barrett, John Denos, Joe Lo Presti, Margaret Rich, Pat Li.

© Dreams of Glass Co.; 16Aug70 (in notice: 1968); LP41344.

DRINKING. See

WATER AND HOW WE USE IT.

DRUG ABUSE, THE UNDERMINE OF OUR SOCIETY. F. Thomas Mueller. 26 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © F. Thomas Mueller; 17Aug72; MP23125.

THE DRUG DILEMMA: A NEW DAY DAWNING? Alberta Dept. of Education. Made by Cana-West Master Films. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm.

Credits: Producer, R. Ronald Brown.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 23Feb72; MP23073.

DRUGS, A LEGACY. Dept. of Education, State of Florida. 29 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. ti.: Drugs: our legacy. © Dept. of Education, State of Florida; 4May72 (in notice: 1971); MP22944.

DRUGS: OUR LEGACY. See

DRUGS, A LEGACY.

DUCE See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

THE DUMBEST KID IS SCHOOL. See

THE FLYING NUN. 74.

DUST MOPPING. Comprenetics. 15 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. (Housekeeping) © Comprenetics, Inc,; 29Apr72 (in notice: 1971); MP23259.

DYNAMICS OF NURSE, PARENT, CHILD RELATIONSHIPS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 101.

E

ESP See

STRANGE PHENOMENA.

ESP IN ANIMALS AND MEN. See

STRANGE PHENOMENA.

EACH DAY AT DAWN. Marathon International Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director & writer, Konstantin Kalser; narrator, George Scharmen; camera, Heinz Pehlke & Henry Javorsky.

© Marathon International Productions, Inc.; 28Jul72; MP23050.

EARLY YEARS. See

TOGETHER: FRED S. KELLER AND B. F. SKINNER.

EARS AND THINGS. See

READING WITH RIDDLES.

EARTH BENEATH US. See

EARTH SCIENCE SERIES.

EARTH CYCLES AND CHANGES. See

EARTH SCIENCE SERIES.

EARTH SCIENCE SERIES (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. Produced in collaboration with Halas & Batchelor Cartoon Films. With guide.

Contents: The earth sciences. 40 fr.--Oceans and their history. 41 fr.--Weather and climate. 39 fr.--The earth beneath us. 39 fr.--Minerals and rocks. 38 fr.--Earth cycles and changes. 41 fr.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 28Aug72; JP14492–14497.

EARTH SCIENCE: THE EARTH’S INTERIOR. Indiana University, Audio-Visual Center. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Indiana University; 3Nov71; MP23294.

EARTH SCIENCES. See

EARTH SCIENCE SERIES.

[THE EARTH’S RESOURCES SERIES] (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide. Produced in collaboration with Multi-Media Productions.

Contents: Ocean resources. 37 fr.--Fresh-water resources. 46 fr.--Fuel resources. 43 fr.--Rock resources. 44 fr.--Atmospheric resources. 44 fr.--Soil resources. 42 fr.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 28Jul72 (in notices 1970); JP14397–14398, 14396–14395, 14399, 14394.

EASY, BARE RIDER. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 35.

EASY COME, EASY GO. See

BONANZA.

ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES (Filmstrip) Coronet Instructional Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide, 10 p.

Contents: The deciduous forest. 56 fr.--Ponds and lakes. 55 fr.--The stream. 59 fr.--The meadow. 57 fr.--The thicket. 54 fr.--The northern coniferous forest. 53 fr.

Credits: Educational collaboration, script & photography, Stephen W. Kress; production, M. George Jennings.

© Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Jun72; JP14302.

ECOLOGY OF A HOT SPRING: LIFE AT HIGH TEMPERATURES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in cooperation with Dept. of Interior, National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 30May72; MP23071.

ECOLOGY VERSUS ECONOMY. See

ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS.

EDDIE’S WILL. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

EDUCATION FOR OCCUPATIONS (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Working in a service station. 48 fr.--Working in a supermarket. 45 fr.--Working in a printing industry. 48 fr.--Working in food services. 39 fr.--Working with business machines. 39 fr.--Working in building maintenance. 42 fr.--Working in manufacturing. 39 fr.--Working in a hospital. 43 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14286.

THE EFFECT OF COOKING ON PLANT PIGMENTS. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23211.

AN EGG BECOMES A CHICK. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 16Jun72; MP23283.

EGG WHITE FOAM FORMATION. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23207.

EGG WHITE FOAM FORMATIONS: USE OF SUGAR AND ACID. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23215.

8 MM. DOCUMENTS PROJECT, NO. 363. See

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: AIRPLANES, 1919–1930.

THE 1848 REVOLUTIONS (Filmstrip) Educational Audio Visual. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 69 fr.; pt. 2, 65 fr.), color, 35 mm. With teacher’s guide, 9 p.

Credits: General editor, Robert Fromer; writer, Geoffrey Hindley; picture research, Gillian Fowlds & Elizabeth Lockey; design, Harry Constantine.

© Educational Audio Visual, Inc.; 27Sep71; A360892.

ELECTED! Southwood Productions. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Director, Hart Perry.

Cast: Alice Cooper.

Appl. author: Shep Gordon.

© Alive Enterprises, Inc.; 3Jan73; MU8505.

ELECTION. See

NOW YOU ARE A VOTER.

ELECTRIC DOOR AND TAILGATE LOCKS AND ELECTRIC WINDOWS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 79 fr., color, 35 mm. (Master technicians service conference, session no. 72–11) © Chrysler Corp.; 7Sep72; JP14380.

ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND APPLIANCE REPAIR (Filmstrip) Advance Schools. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With 4 scripts, 1 v. each.

Contents: Principles of electric heat. 61 fr.--Toasters and testing procedures. 52 fr.--Traffic appliances. 51 fr.--Alternating current and power distribution. 47 fr.

© Advance Schools, Inc.; 27Jun72; A364061.

ELECTRICITY FROM MAGNETISM. Doubleday Multimedia. 4 min., si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Doubleday Multimedia; 18Nov70; MP23139.

ELECTROMAGNETS AND THEIR USES. Coronet Instructional Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Apr72; MP23282.

ELEGY FOR A PIG. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 105.

ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN. See

HOME DECORATION SERIES.

ELEPHANT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits; Producers & photographers, Peter & Jane Chermayeff.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 1Jun72 (in notice: 1971); MP23060.

ELIZABETH JANEWAY, AUTHOR. See

CONVERSATION.

ELLEN FRANKFORT, AUTHOR-LECTURER. See

CONVERSATION.

ELSA AND HER CUBS. Elsa Wild Animal Appeal. Distributed by Benchmark Films. 25 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Photographers, Joy & George Adamson.

© Elsa Wild Animal Appeal & Benchmark Films, Inc.; 1Jul71; MP23057.

ELVIS ON TOUR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 93 min., sd., color, 35 mm. A Cinema Associates film.

Credits: Producers & directors, Pierre Adidge & Robert Abel; photography, David Myers & others; editor, Ken Zemke.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 15Nov72; LP41310.

THE EMERGENCE OF COMPLEX SOCIETIES (Filmstrip) American Anthropological Assn. & Macmillan Co. Made by FilmFair Communications. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With kit.

Contents: Jarmo. 111 fr.--Sumerian artifacts. 47 fr.--The temples of Inanna. 45 fr.

© American Anthropological Assn.; 20Dec71; JP14586, 14584–14585.

EMERGENCY CARE OF EYE INJURIES. See

NURSING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION.

THE EMERGING ESKIMO. Centron Educational Films. Made by Brayton-Kendall Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Brayton-Kendall Productions; 15Apr72; MP22963.

EMPTY PLAYGROUND. See

HIGH INTEREST STORIES FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE.

THE ENCOUNTER GROUP. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

AN ENCOUNTER WITH THE ART OF SERENITY. Reiko Yamanouchi Posner. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © R. Posner; 20Nov72; MU8498.

THE ENERGETICS OF LIFE. John Wiley & Sons. Made by Filmfair Communications. 23 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 10Apr72; MP22898.

ENERGY AND LIFE. See

LIFE: A UNIQUE PHENOMENON.

ENERGY CRISIS. Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions. Released by Journal Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Elizabeth I. Werrenrath. © Goldberg-Werrenrath Productions; 1Ju172; MP22959.

ENERGY CRISIS. See

ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS.

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: ITS SPELLING PATTERNS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. 2d ed. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 17Apr72; MP23281.

ENGLISH ON THE JOB: LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Mar72; MP23077.

ENGLISH ON THE JOB: READING SKILLS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Mar72; MP23075.

ENGLISH ON THE JOB: WRITING SKILLS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 20Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP23078.

ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH. See

ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS.

ENVIRONMENT CRUSADE. See

WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY?

ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS (Filmstrip) School Health Division of the American Assn. for Health, Physical Education & Recreation. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Teacher’s guide and script, 48 p. Presented with the cooperation of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Contents: Pt. 6–10: Industrial wastes. 81 fr.--Environment and health. 91 fr.--The energy crisis. 85 fr.--Ecology versus economy. 88 fr.--The consumer and community action. 98 fr.

Credits: Producer, Alan Freeman.

© Alan Freeman; 15Sep72; A393247.

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES SERIES (Filmstrip) Centron Educational Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: The rivers must not die! 82 fr.--The land and the soil. 89 fr.--Solid wastes. 80 fr.--Noise, the latest pollution. 99 fr.--Air pollution. 105 fr.--Pests, pesticides and people. 66 fr.

© Centron Corp., Inc.; 15Mar72; JP14247.

EPIPHANIA. Franciscan Communications Center. 13 min., sd., color, 16 mm. A Teleketics presentation. © Franciscan Communications Center; 11Sep72; MP23082.

EPITAPH FOR A SWINGER. See

DAN AUGUST.

EQUIPMENT AND NURSES’ ROLE IN OXYGEN THERAPY. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 31.

EQUIPMENT USED IN GASTRIC AND INTESTINAL DECOMPRESSION. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 41.

ERIC BENTLEY, CRITIC. See

CONVERSATION.

ERNEST GAINES: BLOOD LINES IN INK. General Learning Corp. Made by Davidson Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Writers on writing) A Silver Burdett film. © General Learning Corp.; 30Aug72; MP23025.

ESKIMOS. See

THE FIRST AMERICANS.

ESKIMOS AND THEIR HOUSES. See

THE FIRST AMERICANS.

ESTIMATING THE COST OF UNCERTAINTY. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23367.

EVA GABOR, WALLY COX EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

EVEN YELLOW CARS HAVE TO WAIT IN LINE (Filmstrip) Urban Media Materials. 44 fr., color, 35 mm. (Bilingual stories, series 1) With Teacher’s guide, 10 p.

Credits: Writer & illustrator, Mark Rubin.

© Urban Media Materials, Inc.; 6Apr72; A375465.

EVERYBODY NEEDS A BROTHER. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK. United Artists Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the book by David Reuben.

Credits: Producer, Charles H. Joffe; director & writer, Woody Allen; music composer & conductor, Mundell Lowe; director of photography, David M. Walsh; film editor, Eric Albertson.

Cast: Woody Allen, John Carradine, Lou Jacobi, Louise Lasser, Anthony Quayle.

© United Artists Corp.; 6Aug72; LP41094.

EVOLUTION AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE. Communications/Research/Machines. Made by CRM Productions. 36 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Biology today films) NM: compilation & additions. © Communications/Research/Machines, Inc.; 1Jul72; MP23046.

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT: AIRPLANES, 1919–1930. Thorne Films. 3 min., si., b&w, Super 8 mm. (The 8 mm. documents project, no. 363) Loop film. NM: compilation authorship. © Thorne Films, Inc.; 25Oct71; MP23002.

THE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS. Extension Media Center, University of California. 36 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (Galapagos: Laboratory for evolution) © Regents of the University of California; 9Feb72 (in notice: 1971); MP23317.

EXPLORING THE PLANETS. See

SPACE.

EXTENDING THE DIVISION ALGORISM. Review Educational Films. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Review Educational Films, Inc.; 25Sep72; MP23257.

EXTRA CARE IN ENGINEERING. Dodge Division, Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Chrysler Corp.; 9Oct72; LP41332.

EYE CATCHER. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

EYE-HAND COORDINATION (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 68 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 15 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 24Apr72; A378938.

F

FACE FACTS. See

LOOKING GREAT ON A SHOESTRING.

FACE OF FEAR. See

BONANZA.

FACTS ABOUT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X333–A--X333–F: Tobacco. 45 fr.--Alcohol. 47 fr.--Pills and vapors. 44 fr.--Marijuana. 50 fr.--Hard drugs. 54 fr.--The world of the abuser. 54 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14264.

FALLEN WOMAN. See

BONANZA.

FAMILIES AND HOMES. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILIES IN CITIES. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY AND SERVICES SET. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY LIFE AROUND THE WORLD. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY LIFE IN AMERICAN HISTORY. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY LIFE IN JAPAN. See

JAPAN.

FAMILY LIFE IN SMALL TOWNS AND ON FARMS. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY LIFE IN THE UNITED STATES. See

FAMILY SERIES.

FAMILY SERIES. Family and services set (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films/University Films. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With Filmstrip guide.

Contents; Buying goods and services. 38 fr.--Neighborhood stores. 35 fr.--Shopping downtown. 40 fr.--The shopping center. 39 fr.--Deliverymen.-–34 fr.--Repairmen. 36 fr.--Specialists for our homes. 35 fr.--City workers and services. 35 fr.

Credits: Educational consultants, John R. Lee & Clyde F. Kohn.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 14Apr72 (in notice: 1971), JP14505; 14Apr72 (in notice: 1970), JP14506; 14Apr72 (in notices: 1971), JP14502, 14508, 14504; 14Apr72 (in notices: 1970), JP14503, 14507; 14Apr72 (in notice: 1971), JP14501.

FAMILY SERIES. History and geography set (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Films/University Films. 8 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. With guide.

Contents: Why we live in families. 43 fr.--How families change. 38 fr.--Families and homes. 39 fr.--Families in cities. 46 fr.--Family life in small towns and on farms. 44 fr.--Family life in the United States. 39 fr.--Family life in American history. 48 fr.--Family life around the world. 42 fr.

Credits: Educational consultants, John R. Lee & Clyde F. Kohn.

Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 14Apr72 (in notices: 1970); JP14513–14509, 14514–14516.

A FAMINE WHERE ABUNDANCE GROWS. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

FAMOUS INDIANS. See

THE FIRST AMERICANS.

FARMING. See

THE ISLAND OF PUERTO RICO.

FASCIST DICTATORSHIPS (Filmstrip) Educational Audio Visual. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 75 fr.; pt. 2, 66 fr.), color, 35 mm. With teacher’s guide, 12 p.

Credits: General editors, Robert Fromer & Gladys Carter; writer, Elizabeth Lockey; picture research, Elizabeth Lockey & Beatrice Fuhring; design, Harry Constantine.

© Educational Audio Visual, Inc.; 17Sep71; A360893.

FASHION, A VISUAL HISTORY (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 5 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents; Pt. 1–5: 4th to 1st century B.C. 51 fr.-–1st century B.C. to 14th century A.D. 50 fr.-–14th, 15th, 16th centuries. 52 fr.-–17th and 18th centuries. 48 fr.-–19th and 20th centuries. 53 fr.

Appl. author; Gene S. Geeslin. NM: compilation.

© Visual Aids Studio, sole owner, Gene S. Geeslin; 14Jul72; JP14170.

FASHION AND STYLE. See

FASHION AND YOU.

FASHION AND YOU (Filmstrip) Visual Aids Studio. 3 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: Pt. 1–3: Fashion and style. 48 fr.--Creating your own style. 48 fr.--Collecting a wardrobe. 44 fr.

Appl. states prev. reg. 13Jan64, JP8619.

NM: additions & revisions.

© Visual Aids Studio, sole owner, E. Gene Smith Geeslin; 1Jul72; JP14173.

FAT CITY. Rastar Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures. 96 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel by Leonard Gardner.

Credits: Producer, Ray Stark; director, John Huston; music, Marvin Hamlisch; director of photography, Conrad Hall; film editor, Walter Thompson.

Cast: Stacy Keach, Jeff Bridges, Susan Tyrrell, Candy Clark, Nicholas Colasanto.

© Rastar Productions, Inc.; 1May72 (in notice: 1971); LP41001.

FR. JAMES E. GROPPI, CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST. See

CONVERSATION.

FATHERS AND SONS. See

CBS NEWS SPECIAL.

FATHERS WORK (Filmstrip) Churchill Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: My dad is a carpenter. 38 fr.--My dad is a moving man. 45 fr.--My dad works in a shoe store. 34 fr.--My dad works in a factory. 39 fr.--My dad works in a supermarket. 41 fr.--My dad works in a service station. 33 fr.

Credits: Producer, Rosemary Luxton; script, Lisa van Deusen; photographer, Hal Smith.

Appl. author: Churchill Productions, Inc.

© Churchill Films, Inc.: 7Nov68; JP14326–14325, 14321–14324.

FEAR IS FOR UNDERSTANDING. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

FEEDING AND HELPING THE NON-SEEING PERSON TO EAT. See

NURSING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION.

FEEDING PATTERNS OF INFANTS AND TODDLERS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 102.

FENSTER AND THE FUNNY FOOTPRINTS. See

PHONICS: INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS.

FESTIVALS. See

HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS IN THE CITY.

FESTIVALS AND RELIGIOUS CUSTOMS IN JAPAN. See

JAPAN.

FETAL MONITORING TECHNIQUES. Harvey A. Gabert. 16 min., sd., b&w. Videotape (1/2 in.) © Harvey A. Gabert; 10Dec71; MP22964.

FIELD TRIPS OUT OF THE ORDINARY (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X338A-X338F: An oil well. 63 fr.--A coal mine. 62 fr.--A steel mill. 55 fr.--A lumber mill. 53 fr.--A nuclear plant. 49 fr.--Science for the future, an oceanographic institute. 64 fr.

Credits: General editor, Bertram M. Siegel; senior photographer, Skip Perry.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14270.

FIESTA. San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72; LP41063.

THE FIGHT. Walt Disney Productions. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (What should I do?) © Walt Disney Productions; 6Oct69; LP41180.

FIGHTING POLLUTION. See

POLLUTION: DON’T JUST STAND THERE--DO SOMETHING.

FIGURE FACTS. See

LOOKING GREAT ON A SHOESTRING.

FIGURE-GROUND DISCRIMINATION (Filmstrip) Teaching Resources. 74 fr., color, 35 mm. (Approaches to learning) With Guide, 16 p. © Teaching Resources Corp.; 24Apr72; A378951.

FILING AND BASIC OFFICE SYSTEMS. See

BASIC OFFICE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.

FILM THRU FILM, NO. 5. See

WHO IS THE CAMERA.

FILM THRU FILM, NO. 6. See

PARALLEL ACTION.

FIND A VICTIM. See

IRONSIDE.

FINDERS KEEPERS. See

DISCOVERY STORIES.

FINDING A CAREER. See

FINDING YOUR JOB.

FINDING WHAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU. See

LOOKING GREAT ON A SHOESTRING.

FINDING YOUR JOB (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 6 filmstrips on 3 rolls, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X340A-X340F: Working for someone else. 45 fr.--What can you do? 45 fr.--Job shopping. 48 fr.--The job interview. 48 fr.--Getting a better job. 47 fr.--Finding a career. 41 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14527.

FIRE--NOT IN MY HOUSE! Alfred Higgins Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Alfred Higgins Productions, Inc.; 11Apr72; MP23297.

FIRST, A CHILD. Florida Diabetes Camp Corp. Made by Dept. of Medical Illustration, University of Florida. 14 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: Arlan L. Rosenbloom. © Florida Diabetes Camp Corp. a.a.d.o. Florida Camp for Children with Diabetes, Inc.; 14Jan72; MP23172.

THE FIRST AMERICANS (Filmstrip) Educational Projections Corp. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm. (Third level reading program)

Contents: R–322–-R–327: Indians and their houses, 51 fr.--Indian crafts. 51 fr.--Indian ceremonies and legends. 50 fr.--Famous Indians. 59 fr.--Eskimos, 54 fr.--Eskimos and their houses. 52 fr.

© Educational Projections Corp.; 9Mar72; JP14153.

FIRST BREATH. Childbirth Educational Films. 45 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Childbirth Education Films, Inc. (in notice: Childbirth Educational Films, Inc.); 17Jul72; MP23241.

1ST CENTURY B.C. TO 14TH CENTURY A.D. See

FASHION, A VISUAL HISTORY.

THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. 7 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72; DP41064.

FIRST STEP. See

LEARNING ABOUT ME.

FIRST THINGS. See

BUT IT ISN’T YOURS.

WHAT DO YOU DO ABOUT RULES.

FIVE CIRCUS MUSIC MAKERS. See

THE WORLD OF THE CIRCUS.

A FIVE POUND MONKEY ON HIS STOMACH. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

FLIGHT TO THE FINISH. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 30Apr72; LP41027.

FLIM FLAM FOUNTAIN. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker cartune)

Credits: Director, Paul J. Smith; story, Don Christensen; animators, Les Kline & Al Coe; music, Walter Greene; voices, Dal McKennon & Grace Stafford.

© Universal Pictures; 5Jan71; LP41271.

THE FLOODING RIVER. John Wiley & Sons. Made by Hampshire Communications Corp. 34 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 16Mar72; MP22897.

FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE THERAPY IN PEDIATRICS. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 104.

FLYAWAY. RA Films. 12 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © RA Films, Inc.; 15Oct72; LP41204.

FLYING KITES. Noble & Noble, Publishers. Made by Materials for Today’s Learning. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © Noble & Noble, Publishers, Inc.; 28Apr71 (in notice: 1970); MP22967.

THE FLYING NUN. Screen Gems. Approx. 30 min. each, sd., color, 16 mm. Based on a novel by Terre Rios. © Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.

57. The big game. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jerome Courtland; writer, Clifford Goldsmith. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Hal Frederick. © 17Sep69 (in notice: 1967); LP41045.

58. My sister, the star. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Marc Daniels; writer, Dorothy Cooper Foote. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Paul Winchell. © 24Sep69 (in notice: 1967); LP41046.

59. Speak the speech, I pray you. Credits: Director, Marc Daniels; writer, Milt Rosen. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Shelly Morrison. © 1Oct69 (in notice: 1967); LP41047.

60. The Paola-story. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jerry Bernstein; story, Michael Morris. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood. Alejandro Rey, Chelsea Brown. © 8Oct69 (in notice: 1967); LP41048.

61. Marcello’s idol. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jerome Courtland; writer, John L. Greene. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Shelley Morrison. © 15Oct69 (in notice: 1967); LP41049.

62. Guess who’s coming to picket. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Harry Falk; writer, Milt Rosen. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Shelley Morrison. © 22Oct69 (in notice: 1967); LP41050.

63. The not so great imposter. Credits: Director, Harry Falk; writer, Dorothy Cooper Foote. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Linda Dangcil, Larry Storch. © 29Oct69 (in notice: 1967); LP41051.

64. A convent full of miracles. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jerry Bernstein; Story, Michael Morris. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Nehemiah Persoff. © 5Nov69 (in notice: 1967); LP41052.

65. Hector and the brass bed. Credits: Director, Louis Antonio; writers, George Slavin & Stanley Adams. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Athena Lorde. © 12Nov69 (in notice: 1967); LP41053.

66. The new habit. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, Burt Styler. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Edith Atwater. © 19Nov69 (in notice: 1967); LP41054.

67. Bertrille and the silent flicks. Credits: Director, Harry Falk; writer, Michael Morris. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alberto Morin, Miriam Hopkins. © 26Nov69 (in notice: 1967); LP41055.

68. A ticket for Bertrille. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, Roy Kammerman. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Lisa Gaye, Manuel Padilla. © 10Dec69 (in notice: 1967); LP41056.

69. The new Carlos. Credits: Director, Oscar Rudolph; writer, Michael Morris. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Sandra Smith, Alejandro Rey. © 17Dec69 (in notice: 1967); LP41057.

70. Dear Aggie. Credits: Director, Joseph Bernard; writer, Leo Rifkin. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Shelley Morrison. © 31Dec69 (in notice: 1967); LP41058.

71. My sister, the doctor. Credits: Producer, John Epstein; director, Richard Kinon; writers, Michael Morris & Milt Rosen. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Elinor Donahue, Penny Stanton. © 7Jan70 (in notice: 1967); LP41034.

72. Armando and the pool table. Credits: Director, Louis Antonio; writer, Michael Morris. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, George Spell, John Hoyt. © 23Jan70 (in notice: 1967); LP41035.

73. Hello, Columbus. Credits: Director, Ezra Stone; writer, Arnold Horwitt. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Mike Pataki, Toian Matchinga. © 30Jan70 (in notice: 1967); LP41036.

74. The dumbest kid in school. Credits: Director, Jerome Courtland; writer, Roy Kammerman. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Robert Lansing, Eric Shea. © 6Feb70 (in notice: 1967); LP41037.

75. Man’s best friend isn’t. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, Milt Rosen. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Gino Conforti. © 13Feb70 (in notice: 1967); LP41038.

76. The somnaviatrix. Credits: Director, Jerry Bernstein; writer, John L. Greene. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Joe de Santis. © 20Feb70 (in notice: 1967); LP41039.

78. The candid commercial. Credits: Director, Harry Falk; writer, John L. Greene. Cast: Sally Fields, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Alejandro Rey, Pat Harrington. © 6Mar70 (in notice: 1967); LP41040.

79. A gift for El Charro. Credits: Director, Lou Antonio; writer, Stanley Adams & George Slavin. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Ben Archibek, Corinne Camacho. © 13Mar70 (in notice: 1967); LP41041.

80. When generations gap. Credits: Director, Leon Benson; writer, Burt Styler. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart. © 20Mar70 (in notice: 1967); LP41042.

81. Operation population. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jerome Courtland; writer, Arnold Horwitt. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood. Alejandro Rey, Naomi Stevens. © 27Mar70 (in notice: 1967); LP41043.

82. No tears for Thomas. Credits: Producer, Jon Epstein; director, Jon Andersen; writers, Stanley Adams & George F. Slavin. Cast: Sally Field, Marge Redmond, Madeleine Sherwood, Frank Silvera, Shelley Morrison. © 3Apr70 (in notice: 1967); LP41044.

FOOT IN THE DOOR. FilmFair Communications. 9 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © FilmFair, Inc.; 15Nov72; MP23348.

FORECASTING. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 20Oct71; MP23365.

THE FOREST PRIMEVAL. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

FORMING A CAN. See

HOW THINGS ARE MADE.

FORT DELAWARE: YESTERDAY AND TODAY (Filmstrip) Educom. 46 fr., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Written & photographed by James & Frances Barhydt.

© Educom, Inc.; 19Dec72; JP14627.

FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET. Seda Spettacoli & Universal Productions France. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35 mm.

Credits: Producer, Salvatore Argento; director & writer, Dario Argento; original story, Dario Argento, Luigi Cozzi, Mario Foglietti; music, Ennio Morricone; conductor, Bruno Nicolai; director of photography, Franco Di Giacomo; film editor, Francoise Bonnot.

Cast: Michael Brandon, Mimsy Farmer, Jean Pierre Marielle, Francine Racette, Bud Spencer.

© Seda Spettacoli, S.P.A.; 31Jul72; LP41278.

14TH, 15TH, 16TH CENTURIES. See

FASHION, A VISUAL HISTORY.

4TH TO 1ST CENTURY B.C. See

FASHION, A VISUAL HISTORY.

FRANCE: A REGIONAL STUDY (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 4 filmstrips, color 35 mm.

Contents: X308A-X308D: What is France? 59 fr.--Land, features and cities. 71 fr.--Resources, agriculture and industry. 55 fr.--Life in France. 55 fr.

Credits: Photographer, Bruce Thomas.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14274.

FRANK MCGEE. See

CONVERSATION.

FRANK ROUGHTON--A MAN POSSESSED. J. Alton Murphy. 27 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Narrator, Ray Moore; music, Ed Kilbourne & others.

© J. Alton Murphy; 15Jul71; MP23320.

FREE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

FRENZY. Universal Pictures, Ltd. [Great Britain] Released in the U.S. by Universal Pictures. 116 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Based on the novel Goodbye Piccadilly, farewell Leicester Square, by Arthur La Bern.

Credits: Associate producer, William Hill; director, Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay, Anthony Shaffer; music composer & conductor, Ron Goodwin; director of photography, Gil Taylor; film editor, John Sympson.

Cast: John Finch, Barry Foster, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Anna Massey, Alec McCowen.

© Universal Pictures, Ltd.; 25May72; LF103.

FRENZY. See

BONANZA.

FRESH-WATER RESOURCES. See

[THE EARTH’S RESOURCES SERIES]

FRESHNESS TREE. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

FRIENDS. San Antonio Independent School District. Made by Sutherland Learning Associates. 8 min., sd., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. © San Antonio Independent School District; 30Jun72 (in notice: 1971); LP41061.

FROG JOG. Mirisch-DePatie-Freleng. Released by United Artists Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35 mm. © Mirisch-D.F.; 23Apr72 (in notice: 1971); LP41028.

FROG PRINCE. See

TALES FROM THE GRIMM BROTHERS.

FROGS. American International Productions. 90 min., sd., color, 35 mm. Produced in association with Peter Thomas Productions.

Cast: Ray Milland, Adam Roarke, Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark, Judy Pace.

© American International Productions; 23Mar72; LP41010.

FROM ROCK TO FOREST. See

CONCEPTS IN ECOLOGY.

FROM SAND DUNE TO FOREST. See

CONCEPTS IN ECOLOGY.

THE FRONTIER STATES (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 4 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X323–A--X323–D: Cities, geography, climate and resources of Alaska. 54 fr.--People, commerce and a way of life in Alaska. 50 fr.--Cities, geography, climate and resources of Hawaii. 51 fr.--People, commerce and a way of life in Hawaii. 49 fr.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14266.

FUEL RESOURCES. See

[THE EARTH’S RESOURCES SERIES]

THE FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF CALCULUS. Harper & Row, Publishers. Made by, Kaye Instruments. 1 reel, si., color, Super 8 mm. Loop film. Appl. authors: Harry M. Schey & Judah L. Schwartz. © Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 1Oct71; MP23311.

G

GALAPAGOS: LABORATORY FOR EVOLUTION. See

THE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS.

GALATIANS: FREEDOM THROUGH CHRIST (Filmstrip) Broadman Films. 50 fr., color, 35 mm. With manual, 1 v. Appl. author: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, employer for hire. © Broadman Films; 27Jul72; A360149.

GALAXIES. McGraw-Hill Films. Made by Haberstroh Studio. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. author: McGraw-Hill Book Co. © McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 7Aug72 (in notice: 1970); MP23197.

GAMBLING GAME. See

IRONSIDE.

THE GAME. Walt Disney Productions. 6 min., sd., color, 16 mm. (What should I do?) © Walt Disney Productions; 30Dec69; LP41181.

GANG WAR. See

ADAM–12. Log no. 115.

THE GARCIAS. See

AMERICAN FAMILIES.

THE GARMENT FACTORY. See

COTTON CLOTHING FROM FIELD TO YOU.

GELATINIZATION OF CORNSTARCH. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 12Mar69; MP23214.

GENE BARRY EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

GENTLE OAKS. See

IRONSIDE.

GENTLE PEOPLE. See

THE GENTLE PEOPLE AND THE QUIET LAND.

THE GENTLE PEOPLE AND THE QUIET LAND. BJW Productions. Distributed by Commercial Film Co. 110 min., sd., color, 35 mm. From the books, The gentle people & The quiet land, by James A. Warner.

Credits: Producer, director & screenplay, Richard H. Bartlett.

Cast: Patsy McBride, Reed Apaghian, Robert Counsel, Jeff Warren, Harold Ayer.

© BJW, Ltd.; 12Mar71; LP41420.

GENTLEMAN FRIEND, See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

GEOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE OF JAPAN. See

JAPAN.

GEOGRAPHY, CLIMATE AND NATURAL RESOURCES. See

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES.

THE NORTHEAST STATES.

THE PACIFIC COAST STATES.

THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES.

THE SOUTHERN STATES.

THE SOUTH WESTERN STATES.

GEORGE GOBEL EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

GEORGE SPEIDEL, DIRECTOR, MILWAUKEE COUNTY ZOO. See

CONVERSATION.

GEORGIE THE JOKER. See

PHONICS: INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS.

GET THE MESSAGE. Walt Disney Productions. 12 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Walt Disney Productions; 22Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP23154.

GET YOUR MONEY’S WORTH. See

THE PRICE IS RIGHT--OR IS IT.

GETTING A BETTER JOB. See

FINDING YOUR JOB.

GETTING BACK ON THE HORSE. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

GETTING INFORMATION FROM DATA. Training & Development Division, Westinghouse Learning Corp. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16 mm. (Statistics for problem solving and decision making) © Westinghouse Learning Corp.: 21Oct71; MP23362.

GETTING READY FOR THE NEW BABY. See

THE NEW BABY.

GEYSER VALLEY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 8 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Produced in collaboration with Dept. of Interior, National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 23May72; MP23066.

GHETTO GIRL. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

GHOST UPSTAIRS. See

ON OUR BLOCK SERIES.

A GIFT FOR EL CHARRO. See

THE FLYING NUN. 79

GIFTS ARE FOR GIVING. See

THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE’S FATHER.

GIRAFFE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Credits: Producers & photographers, Peter & Jane Chermayeff.

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.; 6Mar72 (in notice: 1971); MP23063.

THE GIRAFFE. Joan Davis. 4 min., sd., color, 16 mm. Appl. authors: Joan Davis & Stan Davis. © Joan Davis; 20Sep72; MU8481.

GIRL AND LOAF. See

[QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

GIVE ME THAT NEW TIME RELIGION. National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States. Made by Kiva Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States; 22Mar72; MP22901.

GIVING A BED BATH, PT. 2. See

DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION FOR NURSING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Lesson 7.

GLASSES FOR A RACCOON CHILD. See

ANIMAL FABLES.

THE GLEAM OF THE EAGLE MIND. See

THEN CAME BRONSON.

GLIDING AND SOARING. See

SPORTS.

GLUTEN DEVELOPMENT. Iowa State University. 3 min., si., color, 16 mm. © Iowa State University a.a.d.o. Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 4Jan72; MP23218.

GO SCOUTING. Boy Scouts of America. 10 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 10Oct72; MP23290.

GO TO THY DEATHBED. See

A REFLECTION OF FEAR.

GODFREY CAMBRIDGE EPISODE. See

THE RED SKELTON SHOW.

GOING INTO THE HOSPITAL. See

GOING TO THE DOCTOR, DENTIST AND HOSPITAL.

GOING TO THE DENTIST. See

GOING TO THE DOCTOR, DENTIST AND HOSPITAL.

GOING TO THE DOCTOR. See

GOING TO THE DOCTOR, DENTIST AND HOSPITAL.

GOING TO THE DOCTOR, DENTIST AND HOSPITAL (Filmstrip) Eye Gate House. Made by Educational Direction. 6 filmstrips, color, 35 mm.

Contents: X334A-X334–F: Going to the doctor. 38 fr.--Going to the dentist. 64 fr.--Going into the hospital. 51 fr.--Having an operation. 54 fr.--Things you will see. 61 fr.--Having some stitches and getting a cast. 58 fr.

Credits: Senior photographer, George W. Perry.

© Educational Direction, Inc.; 1Sep72; JP14559.

GOLDEN DOOR. See

SCREEN NEWS DIGEST.

GOOD SAMARITAN. See

IRONSIDE.

GOODBYE LYNN. Centron Educational Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16 mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 13Sep72; MP23080.

GOODBYE PICCADILLY, FAREWELL LEICESTER SQUARE. See

FRENZY.

GOODBYE, RAGGEDY ANN. Columbia Broadcasting System. 90 min., sd., color. Videotape (2 in.)

Credits: Producer & screenplay, Jack, Sher; director, Fielder Cook; music composer & conductor, Wladimir Selinsky; director of photography, Earl Rath; film editors, Philip W. Anderson & Gene Fowler, Jr.

Cast: Mia Farrow, Hal Holbrook, John Colicos, Marlene Warfield, Ed Flanders.

© Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; 18Oct71; LP41133.

A GOONEY IS BORN. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

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

© Universal Pictures; 4Jan71; LP41270.

GOONEY’S GOOFY LANDINGS. Universal Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35 mm. (A Walter Lantz Chilly Willy cartune)

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

© Universal Pictures; 2Mar70; LP41268.

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS] Grain Belt Breweries. Made by Knox Reeves Advertising. Approx. 30 sec. each, sd., color, 16 mm. © Grain Belt Breweries, Inc.

Grain Belt 6, Thirst O. XGMR 1329. © 1Sep72; MP23085.

Grill’s best friend. XGMR 1429. © 1May72; MP23084.

GRAIN BELT 6, THIRST O. See

[GRAIN BELT BREWERIES, INC. TELEVISION COMMERCIALS]

THE GRAND SWING. See

BONANZA.

LA GRANDE VITESSE. Grand Valley State College. 16 min., sd., color, 16 mm.

Cast: Alexander Calder.

© Grand Valley State College; 1Aug72; MP23138.

GREAT BRITAIN: A REGIONAL STUDY (Filmstrip) Educational Direction. Made by Eye Gate House. 4 filmstrips,