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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Steve Carlin Papers, 1943-1993



Descriptive Summary

Creator Carlin, Steve
Title Carlin, Steve, Papers
Dates: 1950-1966
Abstract The Steve Carlin Papers, 1943-1993, are comprised of several documents concerning his work on a number of television programs, including "The Rootie Kazootie Club," "The $64,000 Question," “The $64,000 Challenge,” “Science All Stars,” “Happy the Humbug,” “Show Biz,” and “QVC.”
ID OCLC Number: 37914876, AR Number: 97-003 [AR 97-003, 98-109; 98-036; 98-206; 98-292; 98-378; 2000-10; 2002-234; 2003-084; 2012-131]:
Extent 58ft.
Language English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Game show producer Steve Carlin (1919-2003) was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from City College in New York. He worked for the Louis G. Cowan production organization, producing television entertainment for both children and adults in the 1950s, including "The Rootie Kazootie Club," "The $64,000 Question," and the "$64,000 Challenge."

Source:

“Steve Carlin, 84.” Chicago Tribune. Accessed May 31, 2012. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2003-03-03/news/0303030127_1_contestants-mr-carlin-rootie-kazootie.

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Scope and Contents

The Steve Carlin Papers, 1943-1993, are comprised of several documents concerning his work on a number of television programs, including "The Rootie Kazootie Club," "The $64,000 Question," “The $64,000 Challenge,” “Science All Stars,” “Happy the Humbug,” “Show Biz,” and “QVC.” Documents include transcripts, scripts, drawings and sketches, contestant files, advertisments, correspondence, photographs and negatives, sheet music, legal documents, audio and videocassettes, and samples of spin-off merchandise, such as comics, puzzles, and other toys and games.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use of photographic negatives by appointment only; please contact photo archivist for more information.

Use of audio material by appointment only; please contact sound archivist for more information.

Use of video material by appointment only; please contact repository for more information.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these papers is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

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Index Terms

Subjects
NBC Television Network.
The Rootie Kazootie Club (Television program).
Television--Production and direction.
Television programs for children.

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Administrative Information

Cite as

Steve Carlin Papers, 1943-1993, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by archives staff. Subsequent revisions made by Maria Soscia, June 2012.

This collection contains unprocessed materials.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Inventory

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97-003/1 (5662002) "The Rootie Kazootie Club:"
Transcripts:
March 1-7, 1954
March 8-12, 1954
March 15-19, 1954
March 22-26, 1954
March 29-April 2, 1954
April 5-9, 1954
April 12-16, 1954
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97-003/2 (5662283) Photographs and negatives:
Black and white of Rootie Kazootie clubhouse
Rootie Kazootie and Galapoochie Pup
Rootie Kazootie clubhouse
Gimball's department store
Polka Dottie
Poison Zoomack
Poison Zoomack and El Squeeko mouse
Empire State Building
Rootie Kazootie and Galapoochie Pup
Contact sheet of children's album covers
Scripts:
#341, series 6, Monday, April 12, 1954
#342, series 6, Tuesday, April 13, 1954
February 1-5, 1954
February 8-12, 1954
February 15-19, 1954
February 22-26, 1954
January 2, 1953-August 6, 1954
Notebook and sketches
Sketches
Schwinn, affidavit of performance
Ad agency text regarding Sparky appearances to promote fire prevention and safety, October 12-16, 1953
Yellow and green coloring book pages
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97-003/3 (5662013) Transcripts:
April 19-23, 1954
April 26-30, 1954
May 3-7, 1954
May 10-14, 1954
May 17-21, 1954
May 24-28, 1954
May 31-June 4, 1954
June 14-June 18, 1954
Miscellaneous dates, 1951-1953
Program 34, June 2, 1951
Program 33, May 25, 1951
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97-003/4 (5662192) Scripts:
"32," May 19, 1951
"31," May 12, 1951
"30," May 5, 1951
"26," April 7, 1951
"35," June 9, 1951
"27," April 14, 1951
"28," April 21, 1951
"29," April 28, 1951
"37," Saturday, June 23, 1951
"36," June 16, 1951
"38," June 30, 1951
Loose carbon copies of scripts
"The Hi-sign," Charles Lee Hutchings, August 1953
"The Reform of Zoomack," Charles Lee Hutchings, August, 1953
"Hold That Tiger," Charles Lee Hutchings, August 1953
"The New Kind," Charles Lee Hutchings, July 1953
"Rare Birds," Charles Lee Hutchings, August 1953
"The Tin Man," Charles Lee Hutchings, July 1953
"Sealed Orders," Charles Lee Hutchings, July 1953
"The Only Puppy Dog," Charles Lee Hutchings, July 1953
"The Rootin Kazootin Rodeo," Charles Lee Hutchings, June 1953
"Mr. Deetle Dootle's Mixedupmobile," Charles Lee Hutchings, July 1953
Monday
Tuesday, no sponsor
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
"In Mr. Deetle Dootle's Hat," June 1953
"El Squeeko Mouse goes Underground," June 1953
Commercials:
Coca-Cola:
2B
2C
2D
2E
Revised commercial 1A
Revised commercial 1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
STET 1H
2A
2B
2C
2D
Fan mail
Complaints
Correspondence from Charles L. Hutchings
Legal settlement - CBS
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97-003/5 (5662206) Scripts:
April 28-May 3, 1952
May 5-10, 1952
May 12-17, 1952
May 19-24, 1952
May 26-31, 1952
June 2-7, 1952
Drawings and sketches, June 9-14, 1952:
But Not for Me
Ball Room
Ball Room
Some of These Days
Some of These Days
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97-003/6 (5662217) Transcripts:
February 2-7, 1953
February 9-14, 1953
February 16-21, 1953
February 23-28, 1953
March 2-7, 1953
March 9-14, 1953
March 16-21, 1953
March 23-28, 1953
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97-003/7 (5662534) March 30-April 4, 1953
April 6-11, 1953
April 13-18, 1953
April 20-25, 1953
January 4-8, 1954
January 11-15, 1954
January 18-22, 1954
January 25-29, 1954
Monday, May 17, 1954
Tuesday, May 18, 1954
Wednesday, May 19, 1954
Thursday, May 20, 1954
Friday, May 21, 1954
Special, Thursday, June 3, 1954
Monday, June 28, 1954
Tuesday, June 29, 1954
Wednesday, June 30, 1954
Monday, July 26, 1954
Tuesday, July 27, 1954
Wednesday, July 28, 1954
Thursday, July 29, 1954
Friday, July 30, 1954
Monday, August 2, 1954
Tuesday, August 3, 1954
Wednesday, August 4, 1954
Friday, August 6, 1954
Wednesday, June 23, 1954
Revised, Wednesday, June 2, 1954
Friday, June 25, 1954
Thursday, June 24, 1954
Monday, November 16, 1953
Tuesday, November 17, 1953
Wednesday, November 18, 1954
Thursday, November 19, 1954
Thursday, August 5, 1954
(unlabeled) Friday, August 6, 1954
Friday, July 23, 1954
Thursday, July 1, 1954
Friday, July 2, 1954
Monday, July 5, 1954
Tuesday, July 6, 1954
Wednesday, July 7, 1954
Thursday, July 8, 1954
Friday, July 9, 1954
Monday, July 12, 1954
Tuesday, July 13, 1954
Wednesday, July 14. 1954
Thursday, July 15, 1954
Friday, July 16, 1954
Lil' Joe's 20th Birthday" Monday, July 19, 1954, "
Tuesday, July 20, 1954
Wednesday, July 21. 1954
Thursday, July 22, 1954
Friday, November 20, 1953
Monday, November 23, 1953
Tuesday, November 24, 1953
Wednesday, November 25, 1953
Thursday, November 26, 1953
Friday, November 27, 1953
Monday, November 30, 1953
Tuesday, December 1, 1953
Wednesday, December 2, 1953
Thursday, December 3, 1953
Friday, December 4, 1953
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97-003/8 (5662080) Monday, December 7, 1953
Tuesday, December 8, 1953
Wednesday, December 9, 1953
Thursday, December 10, 1953
Friday, December 11, 1953
Monday, December 14, 1953
Tuesday, December 15, 1953
Wednesday, December 16, 1953
Thursday, December 17, 1953
Friday, December 18, 1953
Monday, December 21, 1953
Tuesday, December 22, 1953
Wednesday, December 23, 1953
Thursday, December 24, 1953
Friday, December 25, 1953
Monday, December 28, 1953
Tuesday, December 29, 1953
Wednesday, December 30, 1953
Thursday, December 31, 1953
Friday, January 1, 1954
Monday, January 4, 1954
Tuesday, January 5, 1954
Wednesday, January 6, 1954
Thursday, January 7, 1954
Friday, January 8, 1954
Monday, January 11, 1954
Tuesday, January 12, 1954
Wednesday, January 13, 1954
Thursday, January 14, 1954
Friday, January 15, 1954
Monday, January 18, 1954
Tuesday, January 19, 1954
Wednesday, January 20, 1954
Thursday, January 21, 1954
Friday, January 22, 1954
Monday, January 25, 1954
Tuesday, January 26, 1954
Wednesday, January 27, 1954
Thursday, January 28, 1954
Monday, February 23, 1954
Tuesday, February 2, 1954
Wednesday, February 3, 1954
Thursday, February 4, 1954
Friday, February 5, 1954
Monday, February 8, 1954
Tuesday, February 9, 1954
Wednesday, February 10, 1954
Thursday, February 11, 1954
Friday, February 12, 1954
Monday, February 15, 1954
Tuesday, February 16, 1954
Wednesday, February 17, 1954
Thursday, February 18, 1954
Friday, February 19, 1954
Monday, February 22, 1954
Tuesday, February 23, 1954
Wednesday, February 24, 1954
Thursday, February 25, 1954
Friday, February 26, 1954
Monday, March 1, 1954
Tuesday, March 2, 1954
Wednesday, March 3, 1954
Thursday, March 4, 1954
Friday, March 5, 1954
Monday, March 8, 1954
Tuesday, March 9, 1954
Wednesday, March 10, 1954
Thursday, March 11, 1954
Friday, March 12, 1954
Monday, March 15, 1954
Tuesday, March 16, 1954
Wednesday, March 17, 1954
Thursday, March 18, 1954
Friday, March 19, 1954
Monday, March 22, 1954
Tuesday, March 23, 1954
Wednesday, March 24, 1954
Thursday, March 25, 1954
Friday, March 26, 1954
Monday, March 29, 1954
Tuesday, March 30, 1954
Wednesday, March 31, 1954
Thursday, April 1, 1954
Friday, April 2, 1954
Monday, April 5, 1954
Tuesday, April 6, 1954
Wednesday, April 7, 1954
Thursday, April 8, 1954
Friday, April 9, 1954
Monday, April 12, 1954
Tuesday, April 13, 1954
Wednesday, April 14, 1954
Thursday, April 15, 1954
Friday, April 16, 1954
Monday, April 19, 1954
Tuesday, April 20, 1954
Wednesday, April 21, 1954
Thursday, April 22, 1954
Friday, April 23, 1954
Monday, April 26, 1954
Tuesday, April 27, 1954
Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Thursday, April 29, 1954
Friday, April 30, 1954
Monday, May 3, 1954
Tuesday, May 4, 1954
Wednesday, May 5, 1954
Thursday, May 6, 1954
Friday, May 7, 1954
Monday, May 10, 1954
Tuesday, May 11, 1954
Wednesday, May 12, 1954
Thursday, May 13, 1954
Friday, May 14, 1954
Monday, May 24, 1954
Tuesday, May 25, 1954
Wednesday, May 26, 1954
Thursday, May 27, 1954
Friday, May 28, 1954
Tuesday, June 22, 1954
Monday, June 21, 1954
Friday, June 18, 1954
Thursday, June 17, 1954
Wednesday, June 16, 1954
Tuesday, June 15, 1954
Monday, June 7, 1954
Tuesday, June 8, 1954
Wednesday, June 9, 1954
Thursday, June 10, 1954
Friday, June 11, 1954
Monday, June 14, 1954
Rootie Kazootie special television show for Cerebral Palsy marathon over ABC-TV
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97-003/9 (5662024) "The Rootie Kazootie Club:"
Series 2:
Program 229, May 16, 1952
Program 230, May 19, 1952
Program 231, May 20, 1952
Program 232, May 21, 1952
Program 233, May 22, 1952
Program 234, May 23, 1952
Program 235, May 26, 1952
Program 236, May 27, 1952
Program 237, May 28, 1952
Program 238, May 29, 1952
Program 244, June 6, 1952
Program 245, June 9, 1952
Program 246, June 10, 1952
Program 247, June 11, 1952
Program 248, June 12, 1952
Program 249, June 13, 1952
Program 250, June 16, 1952
Program 251, June 17, 1952
Program 252, June 18, 1952
Program 253, June 19, 1952
Program 254, June 20, 1952
Program 255, June 23, 1952
Program 256, June 24, 1952
Program 257, June 25, 1952
Program 258, June 26, 1952
Program 259, June 27, 1952
Program 260, June 30, 1952
Program 261, July 1, 1952
Program 262, July 2, 1952
Program 263, July 3, 1952
Program 264, July 4, 1952
Program 265, July 7, 1952
Program 266, July 8, 1952
Program 267, July 9, 1952
Program 268, July 10, 1952
Program 269, July 11, 1952
Program 270, July 14, 1952
Program 271, July 15, 1952
Program 272, July 16, 1952
Program 273, July 17, 1952
Program 274, July 18, 1952
Program 275, July 21, 1952
Program 276, July 22, 1952
Program 277, July 23, 1952
Program 278, July 24, 1952
Program 279, July 25, 1952
Program 280, July 28, 1952
Program 281, July 29, 1952
Program 282, July 30, 1952
Program 283, July 31, 1952
Program 284, August 1, 1952
Program 285, August 4, 1952
Program 286, August 5, 1952
Program 287, August 6, 1952
Program 288, August 7, 1952
Program 289, August 8, 1952
Program 290, August 11, 1952
Program 291, August 12, 1952
Program 292, August 13, 1952
Program 293, August 14, 1952
Program 294, August 15, 1952
Program 295, August 18, 1952
Program 296, August 19, 1952
Program 297, August 20, 1952
Program 298, August 21, 1952
Program 299, August 22, 1952
Program 300, August 25, 1952
Program 301, August 26, 1952
Program 302, August 27, 1952
Program 303, August 28, 1952
Program 304, August 29, 1952
Program 305, September 1, 1952
Program 306, September 2, 1952
Program 307, September 3, 1952
Program 308, September 4, 1952
Program 309, September 5, 1952
Program 310, September 8, 1952
Program 311, September 9, 1952
Program 312, September 10, 1952
Program 313, September 11, 1952
Program 314, September 12, 1952
Program 315, September 15, 1952
Program 316, September 16, 1952
Program 317, September 17, 1952
Program 318, September 18, 1952
Program 319, September 19, 1952
Program 320, September 22, 1952
Program 321, September 23, 1952
Program 322, September 24, 1952
Program 323, September 25, 1952
Program 324, September 26, 1952
Program 325, September 1, 1952
Series 4:
Program 6, May 17, 1952
Program 7, May 24, 1952
Program 8, May 31, 1952
Program 9, June 7, 1952
Program 10, June 14, 1952
Program 11, June 21, 1952
Program 12, June 28, 1952
Program 13, July 5, 1952
Program 14, July 12, 1952
Program 15, July 19, 1952
Program 16, July 26, 1952
Program 17, August 2, 1952
Program 18, August 9, 1952
Program 19, August 16, 1952
Program 20, August 23, 1952
Program 21, August 30, 1952
Program 22, September 6, 1952
Program 23, September 13, 1952
Program 24, September 20, 1952
Program 25, September 27, 1952
Transcripts:
October 26-31, 1953
November 2-6, 1953
November 9-13, 1953
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97-003/10 (5662057) November 16-20, 1953
November 23-27, 1953
November 30-December 4, 1953
December 7-11, 1953
December 14-18, 1953
December 21-25, 1953
December 28, 1953 - January 1, 1954
Past prize winners, January 1953 - July 1954
One blueprint schematic drawing (for puppet stage), December 22, 1952
Prize contestant letters, July 1953-July 1954
Affidavits of performance for prizes:
Parakeets
Encyclopedias
Schwinn bikes
Contestants; prizes, names, addresses and dates
Contest wiiners, boys
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97-003/11 (5662170) Pop singers
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97-003/12 (5662148) Faces, places and things
MGM, faces, places and things
Combo face value; games, stats of; games, stats of prizes and extra letters
3 boxes of glass plate positives
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97-003/13 (5662363) Alter ego "second level" art work
Prize:
#3
#2
#1
#4
Music sheet
Photographs of various stars
Sheet music:
"Ain't She Sweet"
"Here Pidgie Pidgie"
"Winter Wonderland"
"I'm Just Wild About Harry"
"The Cowboy Sings"
"Hits of Bygone Days"
"Back in Your Back Yard"
"The Little Man Who Wasn't There"
"Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue"
"I Like Mountain Music"
"The Witto Gway Wabbit"
"Isle of Capri"
"The Licorice Bunny"
"Hit and Run Affair"
"I Was Meant for You"
"I Envy"
Broadside for Harry Von Tilzer Music
Sheet music:
"Row, Row, Row"
"When My Baby Smiles at Me"
"I Want a Girl"
"Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie"
"I Never Should Have Let You Go"
"The Cowboy Sings"
"De Sheepie and De Goatie"
"A"
"B"
"C"
"D"
"E"
"F"
"G"
"H"
"I"
"J"
"K"
"L"
"Mc"
"M"
"N"
"The Rootie Kazootie Show:"
Public service announcements
Cast lists
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97-003/14 (5662374) Sheet music:
"O"
"P"
"Q"
"R"
"S"
"T"
"U"
"V"
"W"
"XYZ"
"Comedy Song Parade"
Rootie Kazootie Production:
Work sheets and transcripts:
As telecast:
November 30-December 4, 1953
December 14-18, 1953
December 21-25, 1953
December 28, 1953-January 1, 1954
January 4-8, 1954
January 11-15, 1954
January 18-22, 1954
February 1-5, 1954
February 8-12, 1954
February 15-19, 1954
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97-003/15 (5662385) February 22-26, 1954
March 1-5, 1954
March 8-12, 1954
March 15-19, 1954
March 22-26, 1954
March 29-April 2, 1954
April 5-9, 1954
April 12-16, 1954
April 19-23, 1954
April 26-29, 1954
Past contestants:
December 26, 1953 - May 16, 1954
1952 and undated
April 3 - December 25, 1953
Prize confirmation forms
Musical selections used
Receipts, 1953
Saturday contest blanks
Music file
Unfiled music
Rootie Kazootie grams
Little Golden Book: Rootie Kazootie Detective, by Steve Carlin, 1953
Rootie Kazootie golden book:
Correspondence with winners
Past telegrams
Agent list A
Agent list B
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97-003/21 (5662181) Transcripts:
April 27-May 3, 1953
May 4-9, 1953
May 11-16, 1953
May 25-30, 1953
"Bear Tracks," Thursday, June 11, 1953
"Bear Tracks," Friday, June 12, 1953
"The Picnic:"
Monday, June 15, 1953
Tuesday, June 16, 1953
Wednesday, June 17, 1953
Thursday, June 18, 1953
Friday, June 19, 1953
for Frostick Monday, June 22, 1953,
for WABC Tuesday, June 23, 1953,
for Silvercup Wednesday, June 24, 1953,
for Weston Biscuit Thursday, June 25, 1953,
for Silvercup Friday, June 26, 1953,
"Go Climb a Mountain:"
Monday, June 29, 1953
Tuesday, June 30, 1953
Wednesday, July 1, 1953
Thursday, June 2, 1953
Friday, June 3, 1953
Series 2:
Program 325, #363, Monday, September 29, 1952
Program 326, #364, Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Wednesday, October 1, 1952
Thursday, October 2, 1952
Friday, October 3, 1952
Monday, October 6, 1952
Tuesday, October 7, 1952
Wednesday, October 8, 1952
Thursday, October 9, 1952
Friday, October 10, 1952
Saturday, October 11, 1952
Monday, October 13, 1952
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97-003/22 (5662272) Tuesday, October 14, 1952
Wednesday, October 15, 1952
Thursday, October 16, 1952
Friday, October 17, 1952
Monday, October 20, 1952
Tuesday, October 21, 1952
Wednesday, October 22, 1952
Thursday, October 23, 1952
Friday, October 24, 1952
Monday, October 27, 1952
Tuesday, October 28, 1952
Wednesday, October 29, 1952
Thursday, October 30, 1952
Friday, October 31, 1952
Monday, November 3, 1952
Tuesday, November 4, 1952
Wednesday, November 5, 1952
Thursday, November 6, 1952
Friday, November 7, 1952
Monday, November 10, 1952
Tuesday, November 11, 1952
Wednesday, November 12, 1952
Thursday, November 13, 1952
Friday, November 14, 1952
Monday, November 17, 1952
Tuesday, November 18, 1952
Wednesday, November 19, 1952
Thursday, November 20, 1952
(last show for Coca-Cola) Friday, November 21, 1952
Monday, December 22, 1952
Tuesday, December 23, 1952
Wednesday, December 24, 1952
Thursday, December 25, 1952
Friday, December 26, 1952
Monday, December 29, 1952
Tuesday, December 30, 1952
Wednesday, December 31, 1952
Thursday, January 1, 1953
Friday, January 2, 1953
Saturday, January 3, 1953
Monday, January 5, 1953
Tuesday, January 6, 1953
Wednesday, January 7, 1953
Thursday, January 8, 1953
Friday, January 9, 1953
Saturday, January 10, 1953
Monday, January 12, 1953
Tuesday, January 13, 1953
Wednesday, January 14, 1953
Thursday, January 15, 1953
Friday, January 16, 1953
Saturday, January 17, 1953
Monday, January 19, 1953
Tuesday, January 20, 1953
Wednesday, January 21, 1953
Thursday, January 22, 1953
Friday, January 23, 1953
Saturday, January 24, 1953
Monday, January 26, 1953
Tuesday, January 27, 1953
Wednesday, January 28, 1953
Weston Cookie Thursday, January 29, 1953,
Friday, January 30, 1953
Saturday, January 31, 1953
Monday, February 2, 1953
Tuesday, February 3, 1953
Wednesday, February 4, 1953
Thursday, February 5, 1953
Friday, February 6, 1953
Saturday, February 7, 1953
Monday, February 9, 1953
Tuesday, February 10, 1953
Wednesday, February 11, 1953
Thursday, February 12, 1953
Friday, February 13, 1953
Saturday, February 14, 1953
Monday, February 16, 1953
Tuesday, February 17, 1953
Wednesday, February 18, 1953
Thursday, February 19, 1953
Friday, February 20, 1953
Saturday, February 21, 1953
Saturday, February 28, 1953
Monday, March 2, 1953
Tuesday, March 3, 1953
Wednesday, March 4, 1953
Thursday, March 5, 1953
Friday, March 6, 1953
Saturday, March 7, 1953
Monday, March 9, 1953
Tuesday, March 10, 1953
Wednesday, March 11, 1953
Thursday, March 12, 1953
Friday, March 13, 1953
Saturday, March 14, 1953
Monday, March 16, 1953
Tuesday, March 17, 1953
Wednesday, March 18, 1953
Thursday, March 19, 1953
Friday, March 20, 1953
Saturday, March 21, 1953
Monday, March 23, 1953
Tuesday, March 24, 1953
Wednesday, March 25, 1953
Thursday, March 26, 1953
Friday, March 27, 1953
Saturday, March 28, 1953
Monday, March 30, 1953
Tuesday, March 31, 1953
Wednesday, April 1, 1953
Thursday, April 2, 1953
Friday, April 3, 1953
Saturday, April 4, 1953
Monday, April 6, 1953
Tuesday, April 7, 1953
Wednesday, April 8, 1953
Thursday, April 9, 1953
Friday, April 10, 1953
Saturday, April 11, 1953
Monday, April 13, 1953
Tuesday, April 14, 1953
Wednesday, April 15, 1953
Thursday, April 16, 1953
Friday, April 17, 1953
Saturday, April 18, 1953
Monday, April 20, 1953
Tuesday, April 21,1953
Wednesday, April 22, 1953
Thursday, April 23, 1953
Friday, April 24, 1953
Saturday, April 25, 1953
Monday, April 27, 1953
Tuesday, April 28,1953
Wednesday, April 29, 1953
Thursday, April 30, 1953
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97-003/23 (5662421) Friday, May 1, 1953
Saturday, May 2, 1953
Monday, May 4, 1953
Tuesday, May 5, 1953
Wednesday, May 6, 1953
Thursday, May 7, 1953
Friday, May 8, 1953
Saturday, May 9, 1953
Monday, May 11, 1953
Tuesday, May 12, 1953
Wednesday, May 13, 1953
Thursday, May 14, 1953
Friday, May 15, 1953
Saturday, May 16, 1953
Monday, May 18, 1953
Tuesday, May 19, 1953
Wednesday, May 20, 1953
Thursday, May 21, 1953
Friday, May 22, 1953
Monday, May 25, 1953
Tuesday, May 26, 1953
Wednesday, May 27, 1953
Thursday, May 28, 1953
Friday, May 29, 1953
Monday, June 1, 1953
Tuesday, June 2, 1953
Wednesday, June 3, 1953
Thursday, June 4, 1953
Friday, June 5, 1953
Monday, June 8, 1953
Tuesday, June 9, 1953
Wednesday, June 10, 1953
Monday, July 13, 1953
Tuesday, July 14, 1953
Wednesday, July 15, 1953
Thursday, July 16, 1953
Friday, July 17, 1953
Monday, July 20, 1953
Tuesday, July 21, 1953
Wednesday, July 22, 1953
Thursday, July 23, 1953
Friday, July 24, 1953
Monday, July 27, 1953
Tuesday, July 28, 1953
Wednesday, July 29, 1953
Thursday, July 30, 1953
Friday, July 31, 1953
Monday, August 3, 1953
Tuesday, August 4, 1953
Wednesday, August 5, 1953
Thursday, August 6, 1953
Friday, August 7, 1953
Monday, August 10, 1953
Tuesday, August 11, 1953
Wednesday, August 12, 1953
Thursday, August 13, 1953
Friday, August 14, 1953
Monday, August 17, 1953
Tuesday, August 18, 1953
Wednesday, August 19, 1953
Thursday, August 20, 1953
Friday, August 21, 1953
Monday, August 24, 1953
Tuesday, August 25, 1953
Wednesday, August 26, 1953
Thursday, August 27, 1953
Friday, August 28, 1953
Monday, August 31, 1953
Tuesday, September 1, 1953
Wednesday, September 2, 1953
Thursday, September 3, 1953
Friday, September 4, 1953
Monday, September 7, 1953
Tuesday, September 8, 1953
Wednesday, September 9, 1953
Thursday, September 10, 1953
Friday, September 11, 1953
Monday, September 14, 1953
Tuesday, September 15, 1953
Wednesday, September 16, 1953
Thursday, September 17, 1953
Friday, September 18, 1953
Monday, September 21, 1953
Tuesday, September 22, 1953
Wednesday, September 23, 1953
Thursday, September 24, 1953
Friday, September 25, 1953
Monday, September 28, 1953
Tuesday, September 29, 1953
Wednesday, September 30, 1953
Thursday, October 1, 1953
Friday, October 2, 1953
Monday, October 5, 1953
Tuesday, October 6, 1953
Wednesday, October 7, 1953
Thursday, October 8, 1953
Friday, October 9, 1953
Monday, October 12, 1953
Tuesday, October 13, 1953
Wednesday, October 14, 1953
Thursday, October 15, 1953
Friday, October 16, 1953
Monday, October 19, 1953
Tuesday, October 20, 1953
Wednesday, October 21, 1953
Thursday, October 22, 1953
Friday, October 23, 1953
Monday, October 26, 1953
Tuesday, October 27, 1953
Wednesday, October 28, 1953
Thursday, October 29, 1953
Friday, October 30, 1953
Monday, November 2, 1953
Tuesday, November 3, 1953
Wednesday, November 4, 1953
Thursday, November 5, 1953
Friday, November 6, 1953
Monday, November 9, 1953
Tuesday, November 10, 1953
Wednesday, November 11, 1953
Thursday, November 12, 1953
Friday, November 13, 1953
"Rootie Kazootie Christmas Day Show," December 25, 1950
"Rootie Kazootie program 23, March 17, 1951
Series 2:
Program 1, #39, July 2, 1951
Program 2, #40, July 3, 1951
Program 3, #41, July 4, 1951
Program 4, #42, July 5, 1951
Program 5, #43, July 6, 1951
Program 6, #44, July 9, 1951
Program 7, #45, July 10, 1951
Program 8, #46, July 11, 1951
Program 9, #47, July 12, 1951
Program 10, #48, July 15, 1951
Program 11, #49, July 16, 1951
Program 12, #50, July 17, 1951
Program 13, #51, July 18, 1951
Program 14, #52, July 19, 1951
Program 15, #53, July 20, 1951
Program 16, #54, July 23, 1951
Program 17, #55, July 24, 1951
Program 18, #56, July 25, 1951
Program 19, #57, July 26, 1951
Program 20, #58, July 27, 1951
Program 21, #59, July, 30, 1951
Program 22, #60, July, 31, 1951
Program 23, #61, August 1, 1951
Program 24, #62, August 2, 1951
Program 25, #63, August 3, 1951
Program 26, #64, August 6, 1951
Program 27, #65, August 7, 1951
Program 28, #66, August 8, 1951
Program 29, #67, August 9, 1951
Program 30, #68, August 10, 1951
Program 31, #69, August 13, 1951
Program 32, #70, August 14, 1951
Program 36, #74, August 20, 1951
Program 37, #75, August 21, 1951
Program 38, #76, August 22, 1951
Program 39, #77, August 23, 1951
Program 40, #78, August 24, 1951
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97-003/24 (5662137) "The Rootie Kazootie Club:"
Series 2:
Program 41, August 27, 1951
Program 42, August 28, 1951
Program 43, August 29, 1951
Program 44, August 30, 1951
Program 45, August 31, 1951
Program 46, September 3, 1951
Program 47, September 4, 1951
Program 48, September 5, 1951
Program 49, September 6, 1951
Program 50, September 7, 1951
Program 51, September 10, 1951
Program 52, September 11, 1951
Program 53, September 12, 1951
Program 54, September 13, 1951
Program 55, September 14, 1951
Program 56, September 17, 1951
Program 57, September 18, 1951
Program 58, September 19, 1951
Program 59, September 20, 1951
Program 60, September 21, 1951
Program 61, September 24, 1951
Program 62, September 25, 1951
Program 63, September 26, 1951
Program 64, September 27, 1951
Program 75, October 12, 1951
Series 1:
Program 1, October 13, 1951
Series 2:
Program 76, October 15, 1951
Program 77, October 16, 1951
Program 78, October 17, 1951
Program 79, October 18, 1951
Program 80, October 19, 1951
Series 3:
Program 2, October 20, 1951
Series 2:
Program 81, October 22, 1951
Program 82, October 23, 1951
Program 83, October 24, 1951
Program 84, October 25, 1951
Program 85, October 26, 1951
Series 3:
Program 3, October 27, 1951
Series 2:
Program 86, October 29, 1951
Program 87, October 30, 1951
Program 88, October 31, 1951
Program 89, November 1, 1951
Program 90, November 2, 1951
Series 3:
Program 4, November 3, 1951
Series 2:
Program 91, November 5, 1951
Program 92, November 6, 1951
Program 93, November 7, 1951
Program 94, November 8, 1951
Program 95, November 9, 1951
Series 3:
Program 5, November 10, 1951
Series 2:
Program 96, November 12, 1951
Program 97, November 13, 1951
Program 98, November 14, 1951
Program 99, November 15, 1951
Program 100, November 16, 1951
Series 3:
Program 6, November 17, 1951
Series 2:
Program 101, November 19, 1951
Program 102, November 20, 1951
Program 103, November 21, 1951
Program 104, November 22, 1951
Program 105, November 23, 1951
Series 3:
Program 7, November 24, 1951
Program 8, November 1, 1951
Series 2:
Program 111, December 3, 1951
Program 112, December 4, 1951
Program 113, December 5, 1951
Program 114, December 6, 1951
Program 115, December 7, 1951
Series 3:
Program 9, December 8, 1951
Series 2:
Program 116, December 10, 1951
Program 117, December 11, 1951
Program 118, December 12, 1951
Program 119, December 13, 1951
Program 120, December 14, 1951
Series 3:
Program 10, December 15, 1951
"Christmas Show," Saturday December 15, 1951
Series 2:
Program 121, December 17, 1951
Program 122, December 18, 1951
Program 123, December 19, 1951
Program 124, December 20, 1951
Program 125, December 21, 1951
Series 3:
Program 11, December 22, 1951
Series 2:
Program 126, December 24, 1951
Program 127, December 25, 1951
Program 128, December 26, 1951
Program 129, December 27, 1951
Program 130, December 28, 1951
Series 3:
Program 12, December 29, 1951
Series 2:
Program 131, December 31, 1951
Program 132, (show canceled) January 1, 1952
Program 133, January 2, 1952
Program 134, January 3, 1952
Program 135, January 4, 1952
Series 3:
Program 13, January 5, 1952
Series 2:
Program 136, January 7, 1952
Program 137, January 8, 1952
Program 138, January 9, 1952
Program 139, January 10, 1952
Program 140, January 11, 1952
Series 3:
Program 14, January 12, 1952
Series 2:
Program 140, January 14, 1952
Program 141, January 15, 1952
Program 142, January 16, 1952
Program 143, January 17, 1952
Program 144, January 18, 1952
Series 3:
Program 15, January 19, 1952
Series 2:
Program 145, January 21, 1952
Program 146, January 22, 1952
Program 147, January 23, 1952
Program 148, January 24, 1952
Program 149, January 25, 1952
Series 3:
Program 16, January 26, 1952
Series 2:
Program 150, January 28, 1952
Program 151, January 29, 1952
Program 152, January 30, 1952
Program 153, January 31, 1952
Program 154, February 1, 1952
Series 3:
Program 17, February 2, 1952
Series 2:
Program 155, February 4, 1952
Program 156, February 5, 1952
Program 157, February 6, 1952
Program 158, February 7, 1952
Program 159, February 8, 1952
Series 3:
Program 18, February 9, 1952
Series 2:
Program 160, February 11, 1952
Program 161, February 12, 1952
Program 162, February 13, 1952
Program 163, February 14, 1952
Program 164, February 15, 1952
Series 3:
Program 19, February 16, 1952
Series 2:
Program 165, February 18, 1952
Program 166, February 19, 1952
Program 167, February 20, 1952
Program 168, February 21, 1952
Program 169, February 22, 1952
Series 3:
Program 20, February 23, 1952
Series 2:
Program 170, February 25, 1952
Program 171, February 26, 1952
Program 172, February 27, 1952
Program 173, February 28, 1952
Program 174, February 29, 1952
Series 3:
Program 21, March 1, 1952
Series 2:
Program 219, May 2, 1952
Program 175, March 3, 1952
Program 176, March 4, 1952
Program 177, March 5, 1952
Program 178, March 6, 1952
Program 179, March 7, 1952
Series 3:
Program 22, March 8, 1952
Series 2:
Program 180, March 10, 1952
Program 181, March 11, 1952
Program 182, March 12, 1952
Program 183, March 13, 1952
Program 184, March 14, 1952
Series 3:
Program 23, March 15, 1952
Series 2:
Program 185, March 17, 1952
Program 186, March 18, 1952
Program 187, March 19, 1952
Program 188, March 20, 1952
Program 189, March 21, 1952
Series 3:
Program 24, March 22, 1952
Series 2:
Program 190, March 24, 1952
Program 191, March 25, 1952
Program 192, March 26, 1952
Program 193, March 27, 1952
Program 194, March 28, 1952
Series 3:
Program 25, March 29, 1952
Series 2:
Program 195, March 31, 1952
Program 196, April 1, 1952
Program 197, April 2, 1952
Program 198, April 3, 1952
Program 199, April 4, 1952
Series 3:
Program 26, April 5, 1952
Series 2:
Program 200, April 7, 1952
Program 201, April 8, 1952
Program 202, April 9, 1952
Program 203, April 10, 1952
Program 204, April 11, 1952
Program 205, April 14, 1952
Program 209, April 18, 1952
Series 4:
Program 2, April 19, 1952
Series 2:
Program 210, April 21, 1952
Program 211, April 22, 1952
Program 212, April 23, 1952
Program 213, April 24, 1952
Program 214, April 25, 1952
Program 215, April 28, 1952
Program 216, April 29, 1952
Program 217, April 30, 1952
Program 218, May 1, 1952
Series 4:
Program 4, May 3, 1952
Series 2:
Program 220, May 5, 1952
Program 221, May 6, 1952
Program 222, May 7, 1952
Program 223, May 8, 1952
Program 224, May 9, 1952
Series 4:
Program 5, May 10, 1952
Series 2:
Program 225, May 12, 1952
Program 226, May 13, 1952
Program 227, May 14, 1952
Program 228, May 15, 1952
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97-003/25 (5662443) Rootie Kazootie correspondence and publicity:
History - for publicity
Ratings from ARB
Newspaper publicity:
Gimbels, 1952
Bamberger Parade, 1951
Clippings, 1950
TV Guide and newspaper clippings
Women's Wear Daily, p. 39, April 14, 1952
Retailing Daily, p. 5, April 16, 1952
New York Journal American, page 30-L, March 9, 1952
Daily News, page 71, March 12, 1952
"Televiewing and Listening In," Daily News, page 58, February 27, 1952
"Nick Kenney Speaking," Mirror, page 44, March 2, 1952
"Yes Kids, Today is the Day," Mirror, October 19
"TV Guide 1950 Awards," TV Guide, December 30, 1950
Tide, newsmagazine of sales and advertising, May 23, 1952
Radio Daily Television Daily:
Volume 50, number 9, January 14, 1952
Volume 58, number 54, March 19, 1952
Volume 58, number 59, March 26, 1952
The New Yorker, pages 26-28, March 8, 1952
Transcripts:
"The Rootin Tootin' Luncheon Club," September 1950
"The Rootie Tootie Club," October 1950
November 1950
December 1950
January 7-12, 1952
January 14-19, 1952
January 21-26, 1952
January 28-February 2, 1952
February 4-9, 1952
February 11-16, 1952
February 18-23, 1952
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97-003/26 (5662261) January 1951
February 1951
March 1951
April 1951
December 17-22, 1951
December 24-29, 1951
December 31, 1951 - January 5, 1952
February 25 - March 1, 1952
March 3-8, 1952
December 23, 1950
December 16, 1950
December 9, 1950
December 2, 1950
December 25, 1950
December 30, 1950
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97-003/27 (5662250) May 1951
July 1951
July 1951
August 1951
March 1952
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97-003/28 (5662432) April 1951
June 1951
September-October 1951
May 1954
June 9, 1951
June 16, 1951
June 30, 1951
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97-003/26 (5662261) March 8, 1952
March 10, 1952
March 11, 1952
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97-003/29 (5662396) September 1951
October 1951
November 1951
Series 2:
Program 96, November 12, 1951
Program 97, November 13, 1951
Program 98, November 14, 1951
Program 99, November 15, 1951
Program 100, November 16, 1951
Series 3:
Program 6, November 17, 1951
Series 2:
Program 91, November 5, 1951
Program 92, November 6, 1951
Program 93, November 7, 1951
Program 94, November 8, 1951
Program 95, November 9, 1951
Series 3:
Program 5, November 10, 1951
Series 2:
Program 101, November 19, 1951
Program 102, November 20, 1951
Program 103, November 21, 1951
Program 104, November 22, 1951
Program 105, November 23, 1951
Series 3:
Program 7, November 24, 1951
Series 2:
Program 106, November 26, 1951
Program 107, November 27, 1951
Program 108, November 28, 1951
Program 109, November 29, 1951
Program 110, November 30, 1951
Series 3:
Program 8, December 1, 1951
Series 2:
Program 111, December 3, 1951
Program 112, December 4, 1951
Program 113, December 5, 1951
Program 114, December 6, 1951
Program 115, December 7, 1951
Series 3:
Program 9, December 8, 1951
Series 2:
Program 116, December 10, 1951
Program 117, December 11, 1951
Program 118, December 12, 1951
Program 119, December 13, 1951
Program 120, December 14, 1951
Series 3:
Program 10, December 15, 1951
Series 2:
Program 180, March 10, 1952
Program 181, March 11, 1952
Program 182, March 12, 1952
Program 183, March 13, 1952
Program 184, March 14, 1952
Series 3:
Program 23, March 15, 1952
Series 2:
Program 185, March 17, 1952
Program 185, March 18, 1952
Program 187, March 19, 1952
Program 188, March 20, 1952
Program 189, March 21, 1952
Series 3:
Program 24, March 22, 1952
Series 2:
Program 190, March 24, 1952
Program 191, March 25, 1952
Program 192, March 26, 1952
Program 193, March 27, 1952
Program 194, March 28, 1952
Series 3:
Program 25, March 29, 1952
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97-003/30 (5662410) Transcripts:
March 31 - April 12, 1952
April 7-16, 1952
April 11-22, 1952
April 21-26, 1952
Legal files:
#1111, tape date, air date, June 30, 1960, August 20, 1960
#1112, tape date, air date, July 14, 1960, August 27, 1960
#1113, tape date, air date, July 20, 1960, August 13, 1960
#1114, tape date, air date, July 27, 1960, September 17, 1960
#1115, tape date, air date, August 3, 1960, September 3, 1960
#1116, tape date, air date, August 10, 1960, November 5, 1960
#1117, tape date, air date, August 19, 1960, September 10, 1960
#1118, tape date, air date, August 19, 1960, October 22, 1960
#1119, tape date, air date, September 1, 1960, October 15, 1960
#111-10, tape date, air date, September 7, 1960, September 24, 1960
#111-11, tape date, air date, September 14, 1960, October 8, 1960
#111-12, tape date, air date, September 21, 1960, October 1, 1960
#111-13, tape date, air date, March 25, 1960, October 29, 1960
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97-003/31 (5662523) General show files:
"The Circle:"
Legal:
Tape #2-3, tape date, air date, November 23, 1960, November 26, 1960
Tape #2-4, tape date, air date, November 24, 1960, December 3, 1960
#111-10, tape date, air date, Steve Karmen September 7, 1960, September 24, 1960,
#111-11, tape date, air date, Robert Clary September 14, 1960, October 8, 1960,
#111-12, tape date, air date, June Valli September 21, 1960, October 1, 1960,
#111-13, tape date, air date, pilot, Leslie Uggams March 25, 1960, October 29, 1960,
Tape #2-1, tape date, air date, Sally Blair November 10, 1960, November 12, 1960,
Tape #2-2, tape date, air date, Blair and Barry Miles November 10, 1960, November 19, 1960,
Tape #2-3, tape date, air date, Barbara Evans November 23, 1960, November 26, 1960,
Tape #2-4, tape date, air date, November 24, 1960, December 3, 1960
Tape #2-5, tape date, air date, McNair back November 10, 1960, December 10, 1960,
Tape #2-6, tape date, air date, Kajar November 17, 1960, December 10, 1960,
Tape #2-7, tape date, air date, dancers December 21, 1960, December 31, 1960,
Tape #2-8, tape date, air date, Roger Price December 22, 1960, January 7, 1961,
Tape #2-9, tape date, air date, Laverene Baker January 5, 1961, January 14, 1961,
Tape #2-10, tape date, air date, Bennie Benjamin January 5, 1961, January 21, 1961,
Tape #2-11, tape date, air date, no guest January 25, 1961, January 28, 1961,
Tape #2-12, tape date, air date, Josh White January 26, 1961, February 4, 1961,
#3-1, tape date, air date, February 18, 1961, February 18, 1961
#3-2, tape date, air date, February 9, 1961, February 25, 1961
#3-3, tape date, air date, February 8, 1961, March 4, 1961
#3-4, tape date, air date, February 9, 1961, March 11, 1961
L 222, #3-5, Sam Fletcher #1, air date, April 1, 1961
L 236, #3-6, Sam Fletcher #2, terraces
L 237, #3-7, "Puppets," air date, March 25, 1961
L 238, #3-8, Gloria Lyon, air date, March 18, 1961
#3-9, "One for the Band," tape date, air date, March 6, 1961, April 8, 1961
Tape #2-5, tape date, air date, November 10, 1960, December 10, 1960
Tape #2-6, tape date, air date, November 17, 1960, December 10, 1960
Tape #2-7, tape date, air date, December 21, 1960, December 31, 1960
Tape #2-8, tape date, air date, December 22, 1960, January 7, 1961
Tape #2-9, tape date, air date, January 5, 1961, January 14, 1961
Tape #2-10, tape date, air date, January 5, 1961, January 21, 1961
Tape #2-11, tape date, air date, January 25, 1961, January 28, 1961
Tape #2-12, tape date, air date, January 26, 1961, February 4, 1961
3-1, 3-2
3-3, 3-4
3-5, 3-6
3-7, 3-2
3-9, 3-10, 3-11, 3-12
3-13, 3-14, 3-15, 3-16
3-17, 3-18, 3-19, 3-20, 3-21
3-22, 3-23, 3-24, 3-25, 3-26
Legal file
Program outline
Pilot, VTR, March 25, 1960
Legal files:
#1111, tape date, air date, Jacy Parker Trio June 30, 1960, August 20, 1960,
#1112, tape date, air date, Lillian Briggs and Dick Roman, includes sketches July 14, 1960, August 27, 1960,
#1113, tape date, air date, Elly Stone July 20, 1960, August 13, 1960,
#1114, tape date, air date, Ocie Smith July 27, 1960, September 17, 1960,
#1116, tape date, air date, Robert Maxwell August 10, 1960, November 5, 1960,
#1117, tape date, air date, Tina Robin August 19, 1960, September 10, 1960,
#1118, tape date, air date, Tina Robin August 19, 1960, October 22, 1960,
#1119, tape date, air date, Don Shirley September 1, 1960, October 15, 1960,
#3-10, "Imagination," tape date, air date, March 6, 1961, April 22, 1961
#3-11, Chris Conner, tape date, air date, March 7, 1961, April 15, 1961
#3-12, Bill Henderson, tape date, air date, March 7, 1961, April 29, 1961
#3-13, Clyde McPhatter, tape date, air date, L 261 March 22, 1961, May 27, 1961,
#3-14, June Valli, tape date, air date, L 262 March 22, 1961, May 13, 1961,
#3-15, Barbara's date, tape date, air date, L 263 March 23, 1961, May 6, 1961,
#3-16, "Flowers," tape date, air date, L264 March 23, 1961, May 20, 1961,
#3-17, "Western," J. Janis, tape date, air date, L 270 April 5, 1961, June 10, 1961,
#3-18, tape date, Village Show," air date, 1 L 271, June Valli, Peter Gladke April 5, 1961, "July 1, 1961,
#3-19, tape date, L 272, Jerry Vale, Bobby Parker, air date, April 6, 1961, July 8, 1961
#3-20, L 273, "Bandstand," Lenny Welch, April 6, 1961, June 17, 1961
#3-21, L 276, "Rhythm," Peter Gladke, air date, April 6, 1961, June 24, 1961
#3-22, L 286, Titus Turner, May 3, 1961
#3-23, L 287, Thelma Carpenter, May 3, 1961
Taped, May 3-4, 1961
#3-25, L 289, Sylvia Simms, May 4, 1961
#3-26, L 290, Snooky Lansen, May 4, 1961
Talent:
Correspondence:
Letter from Bob Sheppard to Steve Carlin, regarding Suzanne Nicole, July 15, 1960
Newspaper clippings:
New York Mirror, July 14, 1960
Joan Procter's singing:
Las Vegas Sun, November 23, 1959
National Enquirer, February 21, 1960
Photographs:
Suzanne Nicole
Nichelle Nicole
Kitty Lester
Joan Proctor
Martine (??)
Contracts:
Letter to Barbara McNair from Argosy Company on omitting her appearance on the "The Circle," postal receipt attached, December 20, 1960
Letter to McNair from Argosy/Steve Carlin on amendment to contract, September 8, 1960
Letter to McNair from Argosy/Steve Carlin on contract
Term employment contracts
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97-003/32 (5662319) Contracts:
Lonnie Sattin, January 18, 1961
License for Barbara McNair's theme song
Termination of contract:
Karl Genus to Steve Carlin, October 21, 1960
Carlin/Argosy to Richard Hayman Enterprises, October 21, 1960
Argosy/Carlin to Karl Genus Benson, October 21, 1961
Argosy contract with American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), 1958-1960
Bobbi Parker, 1960
"The Circle," Karl Genus, Dick Wess, Richard Hayman, Ken Whelan
"The Circle"
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) worksheets
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) 2nd series, production reports
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) reports:
Shows: #3-1 through #3-26
Bills
Correspondence:
Circle contracts
Client letters
General
Inter-office
Inter-office, general
Music memos
ABC correspondence
TWX
Publicity
Magazine clippings, first 13 weeks of "The Circle"
Newspaper clippings, first 13 weeks of "The Circle"
"Rootie Kazootie Show," 1955-1960:
Miscellaneous draft contracts
Receipts
Bills paid by Steve Carlin
Miscellaneous
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA):
Scripts, notes and forms:
"How Do You Rate," King
Show ideas
"In the Picture," correspondence
Gleason payroll
Audition tape, January 14, 1961
"You're in the Picture Show," #B (CBS #2) L and M
"You're in the Picture Show," #1 (CBS #1B) Kellog
"You're in the Picture Show," #2 (live), L and M January 27, 1961,
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #3, February 3, 1961
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #6, tape date, air date, February 22, 1961, February 29, 1961
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #7 (Mansfield), tape date, air date, February 23, 1961, March 3, 1961
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #8, tape date, air date, February 23, 1961, March 10, 1961
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #9, tape date, air date, (live) March 17, 1961
Ideas; worked out, to be developed further
Tableaus in shop, production notes
"In Picture," audition tape, January 14, 1961
"Jackie Gleason Show," show #10, air date, (Live) March 24, 1961
"Strictly Personal," run through, Joan Burgess, Frank Scarpino, Monty Hall (Master's of Ceremonies), July 28, 1959
Steve's scripts for "Strictly Personal"
Giant step letters
Cates-Barry
Miscellaneous
"Top Hop"
"Look Me in the Eye"
"Hide and Seek"
"Roundtree"
"Predictions"
"Stick to Your Guns," second run through, February 3, 1958
"What's it For"
"Reacto"
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97-003/33 (5662079) Miscellaneous files, correspondence, notes
$64,000 Challenge investigation
Reel to reel (magnetic tapes):
"The Circle":
3-23, Thelma Carpenter
#2-8, tape date, air date, December 22, 1960, January 7, 1961
#1112, tape date, ABC-TV-1 July 14, 1960,
April 15, 1961
3-16, "Flowers"
#1114, taped ABC-TV-1 June 27, 1960,
#1116, August 10, 1960
#1111, tape date, ABC-TV-1 June 30, 1960,
#1, Cryde McPhatter, 3-13
#3-5, Barbara and Sam, February 22, 1961
April 22, 1961
3-20, "Bandstand"
#2-1, tape date, air date, November 10, 1960, November 12, 1960
#3-2, Betty Johnson, February 9, 1961
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97-003/34 (5662239) "Made in America":
Files on prominent businessmen:
Howard Johnson
John S. Justin Jr.
Alan P. Jones
Sherman M. Fairchild, Dynar Corporation
Stella Dysart, "Mineral Queen"
Allen Dumont, Dumont Labs
Mrs. Eleanor Day, Diet Bread
Charles Darrow, Monopoly
Lilly Dache
John W. Costello
Chester Carlson, Xerox Corporation
Jacqueline Cochran
Headley Dean
Edith Bullard, Tug Boat Queen
Irving J. Bottmer
Harold Bostrom
Paul Dean Arnold
Charles Berlitz
Roger Babson
Charles Atlas
Jingles
Avis Warren
Conrad Hilton, Hilton Hotels
Henry Jensen, Electronics Inc.
James W. Gardner, peanut peeler
Hugh Hefner, Playboy
Ray Hickok
Dr. Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich
Titus Haffa, Webcor
H. G. Fisher
Nathan Handwerker
W. I. Halligan
Margia Hamlin
Fletcher Hanks
Virgil Gladieux
Laurence Gello
Dan Gerber, baby foods
George Foerstner, Amana Freeler
Buckminster Fuller, Dymaxion-Geodetic Dome
Photographs:
Ice skating
Cartoon characters
Old fashioned photographs
Circus
Princess Margaret
Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones
"Mrs. K."
Dag Hammerskjold, March 24, 1960
Zany photographs of stars
Old fashioned posters
Art ref, sports
Art ref, costume
Reference, animals
Show material
Comic strips/cartoons
Correspondence:
Don Lipp and Montgomery Johnson
Reel to reel (magnetic tape):
"The Circle":
August 20, 1960
April 8, 1961
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97-003/35 (5662046) #111-10, September 7, 1960
3-26, "Snooky," Snooky Lansen
3-22, Titus Woody
2-9, L 199
#111-9, September 1, 1960
European, 3-4 L 228
#2-4, tape date, air date, (#16) November 24, 1960, November 26, 1960
#2-5, tape date air date December 7, 1960, December 10, 1960
#2-2, tape date, air date, (#15) November 10, 1960, November 19, 1960
3-21, "Rhythm Show"
3-3, Dick Rowan, L 227 February 8, 1961,
#111-12, September 21, 1960
#2-6, "Magic," tape date, air date, December 8, 1960, December 17, 1960
Barbara and puppets, February 23, 1961
Barbara and Sam #2 (3-6), February 22, 1961
#111-3, July 20, 1960
#111-11, September 7, 1960
3-1, "Shadows," L 226, February 8, 1961
#2-3, tape date, air date, (#17) November 23, 1960, December 3, 1960
3-25, Sylvia Simms
3-17, Johnny Janis
3-18, June Valli
2-12, Josh White
3-14, L262, June Valli
3-15, L 263, Barbara's date
#2-7 tape date, air date, December 21, 1960, December 31, 1960
2-11, L 209 "Music you Hear Everyday"
Barbara and Gloria Lynn, February 24, 1961
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97-003/36 (5662556) MGM-TV show idea
MGM-TV show idea candidates
Miscellaneous notes, programs, ideas, photographs
Lawry's Foods Center (Lawrence L. Frank)
Family history
Business history
Current business information
Hobbies and activities
Favorite charity
George R. Wackenhut
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97-003/37 (5662294) Miscellaneous notes, correspondence, photographs
Perry, Oklahoma
Clues, April 19-20
Rootie Kazootie production worksheets:
April through May 26, 1953
March 30 - April 5, 1953
April 6-11, 1953
April 13-18, 1953
April 20-25, 1953
April 27 - May 2, 1953
May 4-9, 1953
May 11-16, 1953
Interesting stories, IFFY products
Architect, Peter Copeland
Industrial parts
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97-003/38 (5662308) "Rootie Kazootie Show:"
Production worksheets:
May 18-22, 1953
May 25-30, 1953
June 1-5, 1953
June 8-12, 1953
June 15-19, 1953
June 22-26, 1953
June 29-July 3, 1953
July 6-10, 1953
July 13-17, 1953
July 20-24, 1953
July 27-31, 1953
August 3-7, 1953
August 10-14, 1953
August 17-21, 1953
August 24-28, 1953
August 31-September 4, 1953
September 7-12, 1953
September 14-18, 1953
September 21-25, 1953
September 28-October 2, 1953
October 5-9, 1953
October 12-16, 1953
October 19-23, 1953
October 26-30, 1953
November 2-6, 1953
November 9-13, 1953
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97-003/39 (5662115) Transcripts:
(empty folder) October 13-18, 1951
(empty folder) October 20-25, 1951
October 20-24, 1952
October 27-November 1, 1952
November 3-8, 1952
November 10-15, 1952
November 17-22, 1952
December 22, 1952 - January 3, 1953
December 29, 1952 - January 3, 1953
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97-003/40 (5662400) December 30, 1952 - January 3, 1953
January 5-10, 1953
January 12-17, 1953
January 19-24, 1953
January 26-31, 1953
July 28 - August 2, 1952
October 17, 1952
August 4-9, 1952
August 11-16, 1952
#115 tape date, air date, Maureen Cannon: 2 sketches, "Calypso Man" and "But Not For Me" August 3, 1960, September 3, 1960,
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97-003/41 (5662545) June 16-21, 1952
June 23-28, 1952
June 30-July 5, 1952
July 7-12, 1952
July 14-19, 1952
July 21-26, 1952
June 8-12, 1953
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97-003/42 (5662068) June 15-18, 1953
June 22-26, 1953
June 29-July 1, 1953
July 7-10, 1953
July 14-16, 1953
July 20-21, 1953
July 23-31, 1953
August 5-7, 1953
August 10-14, 1953
August 17-21, 1953
August 24-29, 1953
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97-003/43 (5662228) August 31-September 4, 1953
September 11-19, 1953
September 14-19, 1953
September 21-25, 1953
October 5-9, 1953
October 12-16, 1953
October 19-23, 1953
"Made in America:"
Scripts:
Format scripts
Mrs. Russell Stover script
Bernard Castro script
Art Linkletter script
Transcripts:
Ben Stone
Del E. Webb
Rudy Vallee
Leon Jolson
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97-003/44 (5662240) "Made in America:"
Scripts in progress, no dates
Shows:
Taping and airing schedule
Ole Berdahl:
Biographical information
Correspondence
Jean barricini, script, press release
Fred Bear Archery Equipment:
Correspondence
Biographical material
Mrs. Beatrice Beaman (Madam Alexander), the doll queen of America, newspaper clippings
Edgar Bergan, biographical information
Jesse H. Besser (Bessar Concrete Blocks):
Correspondence
Biographical information
Ray Brown, seat belts:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Giovanni Buttoni:
Biographical information
Script
Oleg Cassini:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Newspaper clippings
Public relations photographs
Bernard Castro:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Newspaper clippings
Script
Joe Cole, the key king:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Photographs
Notes
Ralph Corbett, Nutone:
Correspondence
Biographical information
"The Growth Story of Nutone"
John Dahl, Uncle John's Pancakes:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Uncle John's Restaurants, Incorporated:
Photographs
News releases
Lester Dill, Mera Mac Caverns:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Article
Albert Dorne, Famous Artists Schools:
Correspondence
Articles
Clippings
Grace Downs:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Photographs
Henry English, Red Ball Motor Freight:
Correspondence
Biographical Information
Articles
Clippings
Louis Feder, House of Louis Feder:
Article
Biographical Information
Photographs
Pamphlets
Correspondence
Brochures
Monie Ferst, Scripto Pens:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Anne Fogarty, Fashions:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Information packet
Photographs
John M. Fok, United Fruit:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Article
Photographs
Alfred C. Fuller, Fuller Brush Company:
Article
Correspondence
A Foot in the Door, life of Alfred C. Fuller
Ernest and Julio Gallo, winery:
Correspondence
Notes
Telegrams
Pamphlet
Lewis H. Glaser, plastic model kits:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Articles
Youth market survey
Reprinted articles
Photographs
Ralph Gunkelman, R. F. Gunkelman and Sons:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Business information
Howard Head, Head Skis:
Correspondence
Brochure
Photographs
Articles
Hildegarde:
Over 50-So What!
Correspondence
Biographical information
Peter Hodgson, Silly Putty:
Clippings
Jirair Hovnanian, Quickie Manufacturing Company:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Photographs
Articles
Advertisements
Brochure
E. W. Ingram, White Castle Hamburgers:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Clippings
George W. Jenkins, Publix Supermarkets:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Press release
Biographical/speech
Pamphlet
Progress report
Article
Clippings
Leon Volson/Leon Jolson:
Articles
Transcripts
Questions
Handouts
Notes
Photographs
Correspondence
Russ Kelly, Kelly Girl Service:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Transcript
Report
Script/cue cards
Kelly Girl Service with notes
Profile facts
Script
Fact sheet
Articles
Photographs
Report
Stephen Klein, Bartons Candy:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Edward Knabusca, La-z-boy Chair Company:
Clippings
Pamphlets
Correspondence
Articles
Walter Knott, Knott-Berry Farm:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Pamphlets
Photographs
Brochures
William Koppel, Washmobile:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Memo
Business profile
Photograph
E. H. Lane Sr.:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Questions
Photographs
Article
William Lear, Sr.:
Correspondence
Article
Notes
Art Linkletter:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Notes
Leon Lowenstein, Wamsutta Mills, Pacific Mills:
Biographical information
Notes
Pamphlet
Lois Lurie
Charles McCormick, McCormick Spices
Joe McVicker, Play Doh
J. Willard Marriott Sr., Hot Shoppes
Groucho Marx
Gy. Melikian, Budd-Melikian Corporation
Howard Metzenbaum, Airport Parking of America
Alfred Moses, Almar Rainwear
Henry Orenstein, toys
Ben Pearson, archery
Ovida Regan-Baggett, construction company
Rose Marie Reid, swimsuits
Carl W. Renstrom, curlers
John Rollins
Bill Rosenberg
F. C. Russell, Russell Installation Company
Maurice Saltzman, Bobbie Brooks
Howard Samuels, Kordite Corporation
Santini Brothers, Santini Brothers Moving
Dr. Scholls'
Spyros P. Skouras
Dr. Alexander L. Sheff, speedwriting
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97-003/45 (5662352) Joseph M. Katz, Papercraft Corporation
Sol Leaf, bubble gum
Thomas Lenk, fishing tackle
William J. Levitt, Levitt and Sons Incorporated (builder)
W. H. Kiplinger, Kiplinger Newsletter
Nicholas D. McKay, invented Lint Pick-Up
Magnus Finn, Magnus Organs
Leopold Mannes, Koda-chrome
J. J. Mascuch, invented radio shield for ears and planes
Oscar Mayer, Oscar Mayer meat
Merillat, self closing hinge
Jay Harvey Lindsay, The Worm King
Benjamin Michton, Ideal Toy Corporation
Hugh Moore, Dixie Cup
Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr.
Oberti Brothers, Oberti Olive Plant
Jack Odell, Leslie Smith, miniature cars
Earl Olson, Framers Produce Company, turkeys
Ade Pelletier, Purex
J. C. Penney
Herbert Piker, Skotch Kooler
Art Modell, Cleveland Browns
Alex Poniatoff, Ampex
Dick Pope, Cypress Gardens
James R. Price, National Homes Corporation
Joseph Resnick, TV antennas
Jackie Robinson
Ida Rosenthal, Maidenform Bras
Irving Rosenthal
Helena Rubenstein
Mrs. Rudkin, Pepperidge Farms
Herman Silverman, Sylvan Pools
Olive Anne Beech, Beech Aircraft
J. R. Simplot
Peter Volid, King Korn
Harry Vise, Texas Boot Company
Charles Tandy, hobbies/handicrafts
Mrs. Russell Stover
Ben Stone, elevator shoes
Sam Snead
Robert P. Smith, pies
Stanley Slotkin, rentals
"The Rootie Kazootie Show," August 31, 1953
Del E. Webb
Harry/Etta Winokur, Mister Donut
Elmer L. Winter, Manpower
Sidney Wood, maid, cleaning, laundry, service
John A. Zehntbauer, Jantzen
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97-003/46 (5662035) James A. Ryder
Colonel Sanders, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Earl Schieb, car painting
Wilbur L. Schult, mobile homes
Gordon Sherman, Muffler King
Joel J. Shorin, Bubble Gum King
Willis Slane, Hatteras Yacht Company
Ben Synder
Mickey Spillane
Irvin Swartzberg, Realemon
Robert Tisch, Loew's Hotels
A. L. Tunick, Chicken Delight
Dr. J. E. Salsburg
Rudy Vallee
Kermit Wilson, Sico Incorporated
General scripts #7
Releases #7
Time sheet #7
Time sheets #6
Scripts and general #6
Releases #6
Time Sheets #5
Scripts and general #5
Releases through April 11, 1964
Show #4, time sheets
Releases #4
Script #4
Show #3, time sheets
Release #3
Show #2:
Script/general
Time sheets
Releases
Script and general
Commercials
Show #1, timing sheet
Releases
General show production
Graphics
Practice games
Legal correspondence, stars
Promotions, March 18, 1964
CBS scene three, at Gathass March 9,
Good fan, positive fan mail
Bad fan, negative fan mail
Eddie Arcaro
Tom Carvel, Carvel
James R. Caldwell, Rubbermaid Incorporated
Elsie Frankfurt
George Hamid, Steel Pier
Ernest Henderson, Sheraton Hotels
Fannie Hurst
Tillie Lewis, canner
Guy Lombardo
Rocky Marciano
Arthur Murray
Martha Parks, Black Magic Organic Mix
Jeno Paulucci, Chun King
Jeno Paulucci
William T. Piper, Sr.
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97-003/47 (5662320) Colonel Rockwell, meterman:
Correspondence
Relevant "Made in America" transcript
Transcripts
Arlene Dahl:
Biographical information
Publicity release head shot
George G. Hecht, Parent's Magazine:
Correspondence
Biographical information
W. L. Jacobs, Hertz Corporation:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Charles Lublin, Sara Lee:
Correspondence
Robert W. Prescott, Flying Tiger Line:
Photographs
Biographical information
Ike Hoskins, The Mud King:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Billy Rose:
Correspondence
Jesse Shwanyder, Samsonite:
Correspondence
Literature
Igor Sikorski, Sikorski Aircraft:
Correspondence
Biographical information
Clippings
Elliott and Ruth Handler, Barbie Doll:
Newspaper clippings
Literature
Cue cards
Jim Walter, shell houses:
Correspondence
Literature
Photographs
Information on Lou Lesser
Information packet from the Braille Institute on a student
Correspondence from Humpin to Please
Package for possible contestants
Hungry Tiger, Frank Cameron
"Made in America:"
Correspondence from the Freedom Foundation
Show #3, script, general
William Ludwig, Ludwig Drum Company
"The Rootie Kazootie Club:"
Transcripts:
October 6-11, 1952
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97-003/48 (5662341) missing) September 29 - October 4, 1952 (October 4, 1952,
September 22-27, 1952
missing) September 15-20, 1952 (September 20, 1952,
September 8-13, 1952
September 1-6, 1952
missing) August 25-30, 1952 (August 30, 1952,
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97-003/49 (5662330) June 10-14, 1952
August 18-23, 1952
Trademark and copyright licenses
Artifacts
Photographs
Miscellaneous clippings:
Rootie Kazootie
"$64,000 Question"
Materials used in 1997 exhibit at the Center for American History
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98-109 (6757035) "Science All Stars:"
New Yorker cartoon, 1961
Promotional material, 1963-1965
Press releases, 1963-1965
Science fair pamphlets, 1963-1965
Show candidates lists, 1963-1964
Application forms, undated
Guest information packet, undated
Guest's note to shipper, undated
Form letters, 1964
Fan mail, December 27, 1963-January 12, 1964
Scripts:
Pilot, undated
Show number 1, taped January 12, 1964
Show number 2 (?), taped January 1964
Show number 3, taped January 26, 1964
Show number 4, taped January 11-12, 1964
Show number 5, taped January 25-26, 1964
Show number 6, taped February 1-2, 1964
Show number 7, taped February 8-9, 1964
Show number 8, taped February 22-23, 1964
Show number 9, taped February 29-March 1, 1964
Show number 10, taped March 7-8, 1964
Show number 11, taped March 13-14, 1964
Show number 12, taped March 14-15, 1964
Show number 13, taped April 11-12, 1964
Werner Von Braun show number 1, taped November 21-22, 1964
Werner Von Braun show number 2, taped November 21-22, 1964
General Bernard Schriever show, taped December 12-13, 1964
Admiral Horacio Rivero show, taped December 12-13, 1964
Dr. Loren Eiseley show, taped January 9-10, 1965
Professor Konrad Bloch show, taped February 20-21, 1965
Dr. William McCorkle show, taped April 4, 1965
Ice Island show, taped April 10-11, 1965
Composite show, taped April 10-11, 1965
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97-003/30 (5662410) Correspondence:
Letters to Colonel Charles Yaeger from Alan E. Erickson, October 18, November 13, 1963
Betty Bellick, Heart Association
Questionnaire/applications:
Michael Schatzlein
Antoinette Lasavio
Marc Berman
Norman C. Ahlquist
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97-003/11 (5662170) Science fair research files:
American Institute, New York 1965-1966
Chicago Science Fair, Philadelphia, 1965-1966
Illinois Junior Academy of Science, 1965
Morris County Science Fair, 1965-1966
The Summer Science Program, 1964-1965
Science of Congress
Westinghouse Talent Search, 1964-1965
Pittsburgh Regional Science Fair, 1965
University of Miami, 1965
The United States Air Force Academy, 1964-1965
Air Force Academy Exhibitors, 1964-1965
National Youth Science Camp, 1965
Northwestern University, 1965
16th National Science Fair, St. Louis, Missouri, 1965
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97-003/12 (5662148) Science Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
Mail response, 1965-1966
Potential guests, 1963-1964
Potential list, 1964
Requests to be on science show, pending, 1964-1965
Science Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
Prospects
Guests, 1963-1965
Original letters, 1964-1965
Loose artwork on cards
Coliseum Gardens, Portland Oregon, c.1964
Rootie Kazootie, Detective. Rootie Kazootie Golden Book, 1953
Rootie Kazootie comic books:
#415, 1952
#4, 1954
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97-003/16 (5662090) 15th National Science Fair, 1964:
Index to biographies of 420 finalists
American Heart Association, 1964
Miscellaneous aerospace information, 1962-1964
Speeches:
"The Nuclear Scientific Era," 1964
"The Child and his Education," 1964
Engineers Joint Counsel (JETS), 1964
NASA and Air Force film lists, 1963
Science service, 1963-1964:
Science fair winners
Newsletters
Photographs
National Science Fair, international biographies, 1964
Books, 1963-1964
Complimentary letters and miscellaneous letters, 1964-1965
Requests for project information from participants, 1965
Presentation of "Science All-Stars"
Science Fair contracts, 1962-1963
Run-through for 8AS, September 21-22, 1963
Photographs of participants and their project descriptions
Camera show
Thermostats
Weather, 1963-1964
Maps, 1964
Two applications, 1964
Exhibitors, 1964-1965:
Alabama
California
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Iowa
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
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97-003/17 (5662104) New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
National Fair, 1964-1965
National Science Fair, Air Force winners 1964-1965,
Morris County Fair, 1964-1965
New York, New York exhibitors, 1964
Newark College of Engineering, 1964-1965
Canadian exhibitors, 1964-1965
Midwestern University Regional Science Fair, 1965
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania exhibitor, 1964
St. Louis Science Fair, 1964-1965
Chicago Science Fair, 1964-1965
American Institute of the City Of New York, 1964-1965
Photograph, McDonnell F-101B Voodoo
Transcripts:
Show #1: Sonic Boom, Ahlquist, Schatzlein, Berman, Losavco-Yaeger, Seaborg, 1963
Show #2: Radio signal from stars, Casseopia, Fong, Gonley, McMorris, Berman, Chase
Show #3: Forlong, Lawson, Rogart, Finnegan, Stopp-Ottinger, 1963
Mercury capsule, 1963
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97-003/18 (5662160) Show #5: Kuhn, Schaen, Ritthaler, Bessin
Show #7: Archibald, Beers, Shirtz, Burke-Anderson
Show #6: Pokony, Howard, Small, Fargher-Walker
Show #8: Mezey, Camitta, Forrest, O'Brian, Beadle
Show #9: Robinson, Minchey, Marks, Foulois, Engles
Show #10: Pettigrew, Prochaska, Kiefer-Graham
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97-003/19 (5662159) Show #11: Reitinger, Gangc, Rogart
Show #12: Dubberke, Fernicola, Krencis, FYI
Show #13
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97-003/18 (5662160) Captain Anderson
Miscellaneous questionnaires, photographs, letters
Miscellaneous correspondence, notes
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97-003/19 (5662159) Barbara Tepper information for "Science All-Stars"
Surveyor, moon spacecraft project, photographs and information
Moon probe:
Science World, October 14, 1958
Rockets, May 22, 1961
Richard Mancini: biographical information for "Science All-Stars," 1964
Eric Sundberg: biographical information for "Science All-Stars," moon photographs 1964,
Chairman Henry's filming, 1964
Applications:
#11: J. Fussell, K. Kamm, Gail Halpern
Robert King
Charles Pancake
A. Jane Russell
Blank contracts
Blank forms
Form letters to science exhibitors, definites
Form letters to science exhibitors, not definites
Guest appearance
Hulson County and Chicago letters
Program promotion, ABC
Closed circuit script, 1964-65
Von Braun show #1: Jack Schuss, Dick Bennett, Mary Wade:
Transcripts
Photographs
Sketches
Correspondence
Forms
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97-003/20 (5662567) Shows files:
#2:
Programs
Transcripts
Schedules
Dr. Edward Teller, correspondence and interviews
Tom Feeney, questionnaire, clippings and photographs
Kevin Glading
Robert Sturges
#3:
Von Braun #2:
Transcripts, questionnaires, correspondence, photographs
Fil Peach
Judie Herr
Dick Bennett
#4:
Loren Eisley
Sharon Roberts
Richard Jones
Charles Bollesch
#5:
Admiral Horatio Rivero
Preston Cooke
Vernon Cottles
Joan Keene
#6:
Darrel Posey
Mike Lavelle
Patrick Lipiello
#7:
Ralph Hotchkiss
Malvin Wasserman
James Hiller
Dr. K. Bloch
#8:
General B.A. Schriever:
Statement by the general
Biography
Lad Seaberg
David Mathews
Nancy Williamson
#9:
Henry Sarkis
J. Gadomski
Nancy Williamson
Ambassador Edwin Reischauer
Japanese winners
Army/Navy airforce
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97-003/21 (5662181) #12:
Ken Kamm
Jeff Hardin
Dan McGlynn
Dr. Max Britton
Dr. McCorkle, Gary Samby, Mark Barker, Joanne Selle:
Dr. McCorkle interview
Missile pamphlets
Brochure on United States Army
Article on the Redstone Rocket
Index of videotape recordings, broadside
Army Reserve and Development Magazine:
Photographs
Transcripts
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98-378/1 (7056524) "Peoplechase":
CBS (120B), 1973
NBC (120C), 1971-1973
SYNDICAST (120E), 1973
ABC (120F), (1973)
"U.S. Cinema `73" (122), 1972-1977 and undated
"Corporandum, Ltd." (124), 1973
Long Island Trust v. Corporandum, Ltd. (124A), 1975-1976 and undated
"Computer Game":
General (126A), 1973
Dan Daniel (126B), 1973 and undated
G & C Merriam (126C), 19730-19774
CBS (126D), 1973-1974
"Carlin Transnet Suit `73" (127), 1973-1974
"General" (129), 1972-1980 and undated
"Memory Game" - CBS (130), 1974
"Tubby the Tuba":
(131), 1976
Dr. A. Shure (138), 1973-1976 and undated
"Million Dollar Bank" - ABC (132), 1974
Barry Yellen:
(133), 1975 1973-1975
Yellen 1975 Settlement (137), 1974-1975 and undated
Heritage (134), 1975 1975-1977 and undated
"Memory Game" - ABC (135), 1974-1975 and undated
"$128,000 Question - General (136), 1975-1977 and undated
"$128,000 Question":
Viacom (140), 1975-1979 and undated
Executed Viacom Ks (140A), 1975-1977
Newsweek (150), 1976
Cranford Claim (151), 1976-1977
"Gold Rush":
CBS (142), 1975-1978 and undated
General (153), 1976
Wienges-Eggart (153A), 1976
Burns & Allen animated series (144), 1975-1976
Entertainment Planning Corporation - General (147), 1976-1978
Warner Communications (148), 1976 and undated
"Safe" - Nax (149), 1975-1976
"$64,000 Question" - Willie Stein (154), 1976
Steve Carlin - NTA (155), 1976 and undated
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98-378/2 "$128,000 Question":
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(7056535) M. Darow (156), 1976-1977
CBS Facilities (158), 1976
Lease (159), 1976
Ideal Toy Game Deal (160), 1976 and undated
Bob Rubin (162), 1976-1977 and undated
Aaron Stern (163), 1976-1977
Bernard Korman (165), 1976-1977
Gloria Coyle (166), 1976-1977
Xerox claim (167), 1977-1978
1977-1978 Canadian Contest (168), 1977
Viacom 1977 Canada (169), 1977 and undated
Alex Trebek (170), 1977 and undated
Staff Ks (171), 1977 and undated
Australia (172), 1976-1977
Jerry Lucas (178), 1978-1979 and undated
John Weaver (180), 1978-1979 and undated
"Trick or Treat" - General (161), 1976-1977 and undated:
Entertainment Planning Corporation - CBS (164), 1977 and undated
Show Biz, Inc. (181), 1978
"Rootie Kazootie" (173), 1977
Release form (174), 1977
1978 pension plan (175), 1978 and undated
Argosy 1978 medical expense plan (176), 1978
Entertainment Planning Corporation 1978 medical expense plan (177), 1978
Country Talent Search (179), 1978
"Love Me, Love Me Not":
(182), 1984-1992
Martin Pasetta (182A), 1984-1986 and undated
Alex Trebek (182B), 1984-1985 and undated
MG/Perin, Inc. (182C), 1985-1986
Music (184A), 1986
"Mama Non M'ama":
MGM-TV, 1984-1988 and undated
"$64,000 Question:
(183), 1985 1985
1987:
General (185), 1985-1987 and undated
Carson (185A), 1987 and undated
Entertainment Productions, Inc. (185B), 1976, 1987
Tempus Ltd. (186), 1976, 1987-1991 and undated
General (187), 1988
"Four Letter Words", 1976
"Down in Front" - Bert Gold, 1976
Stored in Sid Richardson Hall:
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2.325/D33b Oversize material:
Photographs and negatives
Rootie Kazootie and Polka Dottie masks
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2.116/OD1177 Radio City Music Hall poster
Drawing, "Calypso Man," 1960
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2.325/D10f Scrapbook of newspaper clippings
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3W92c Sound recordings:
45 RPM phonodisks:
"Cowboy Fun" / "Teddy Bear Fun"
"Winnie the Pooh and the Heffalump"
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
"Little Red Riding Hood" / "The Gingerbread Boy"
"Walking Down The Street"
"Cindarella"
78 RPM phonodisks:
"Happy the Humbug Has a Birthday"
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2/Film F1 Motion picture film:
Schaeffer, "The Circle," #L155
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2/Film F2 "$64,000 Challenge"
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2/Film F3 "Rootie Kazootie," October 23, 1953
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2/Film F4 "Wheel & Deal," October 7, 1958
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2/Film F5 "The Circle" [kinescope]
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4Ac105 Fifty years of entertainment: The experiences of Steve Carlin Rootie Kazootie Show:
[2000-10; 2002-234; 2003-084]
Pictorial items
Rating and selling history
Scripts
Show promotion material:
Masks
Audit Reports 1954
Assorted cartoon drafts
Contracts and statements
Financial statements
Legal contracts
Personal publicity
Correspondence
Science All-Stars
Scrapbook: The $128,000 question
Rootie Kazootie, Alter Ego
Stationery
Steering committee of the council of chapter and division president
“What’s the Joke” pilot script
Clippings
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4Ac106 "Happy the Humbug"
Scripts
Books and cartoons
Promotional material
Clippings
“The Barry Farber Show”
“The Haunting Hour” production booklet
“The $64,000 Question”
“Chase” (TV show) scripts
“The Laughing Stock” script
“Woman’s Day” contract
“M’ama Non M’ama”
Miscellaneous material: on a variety of shows produced by Steve Carlin
Rootie Kazootie:
Photographs (copied)
Coloring books
Comic books:
Number 415, 1952
Number 1, 1953 (3-D)
Number 459, 1953
April-June, 1954
July-September, 1954
October-December, 1954
Little Golden Books:
Rootie Kazootie Joins the Circus
Rootie Kazootie Detective
Books: Fifty Years of Entertainment: The experiences of Steve Carlin Celebration of the Life of Steve Carlin
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2W79 Happy the Humbug
Posters
Scrapbook
Comics, 1946-1949
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2.116/OD 1177 Oversize Material:
“Science All-Stars” poster
“Happy the Humbug” drawings
“Rootie Kazootie” poster
“M’ama Non M’ama” set blueprints
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3W92c Sound recordings:
45 records:
Rootie Kazootie and Gala Poochie
Rootie Kazootie and Mr. Deetle Dootle
Rootie Kazootie in Polka Dottie’s Garden: Story and Song
Rootie Kazootie and The Polka Dottie Polka
Kanga and Baby Roo (Book and record)
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Audio 33 1/3 records:
Show Biz: Variety from vaude to video
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3Y201 Photographs:
M’ama Non M’ama
Rootie Kazootie
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3Z281c [Restricted]:
Negatives
Slides
[2012-131]
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2.325/D24g Happy the Humbug::
Newspaper clippings, reviews, photographs, schedules, etc., 1943-1947
Comic strips:
November 17 1946-September 28, 1974
October 5, 1947-August 29, 1948
September 5, 1948-April 3, 1949
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2F497 Happy the Humbug Has a Birthday (78 RPM records)
Videocasettes and related documents:
M’ama non M’ama (Pilot and demonstration tape, and articles)
The Barry Farber Show:
First season highlights, March 9, 1983
Nuclear Freeze, October 25, 1982
64,000 Question:
History of the 64,000 Question (audiocassete tape case) and personal office memos
64,000 Question (Brussel’s Version Show #19), May 1992
Wheel of Fortune (Sweedish Show #1), March 30, 1990
QVC:
Annual reports, 1986-1992
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2F498 General, 1986-1992
Press releases, 1987
Audit committee, 1986-1992
Trade Reports, 1986-1989
Management reports, 1990
Audit committee meeting, 1988
Photographs
Newspaper clippings, articles, correspondence, phamplets, etc., 1986-1993
Pinocchio (book with records), 1949
Show Biz:
Joan Crawford
Jimmy Stewart and Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger
Abel Green, Mrs. Green, Peggy and Steve Carlin
George Jessel
Jimmy Durante
Danny Kayle
Ezio Pinza
Correspondence
Complete album on cassette
Song folio, 1953
Scrapbook, 1953
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OD12 Scrapbook, 1953
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