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Finding Aid for the
JOSEPH WALDERS
Collection, 1952-1977

(MSS-030)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Scope and content note

Box and Folder List


JOSEPH WALDERS COLLECTION
Scope & Content Note

Includes 151 television and film scripts, many with shooting schedules, and hand-written revisions, deletions, and annotations, 1952-77; and 46 movie posters, 78 still photographs, 39 lobby cards, and 4 pressbooks for 68 films, many of them produced by George Pal or directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1952-77. Emphasis is on science fiction, fantasy, adventure, light comedy, mystery, and intrigue. Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Fugitive, I Spy, The Invaders, and Science Fiction Theatre comprise two-thirds of the scripts collected by Walders.


JOSEPH WALDERS COLLECTION
Box and Folder List

TV and FILM SCRIPTS

Box 1

1. Alfred Hitchcock Hour, The: "Jar, The" - Oct. 10, 1963
2. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Bull in a China Shop" - Dec. 10, 1957
3. Alfred Hitchcock?Presents: "Crackpot" - Aug. 31, 1956
4. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Cream of the Jest, The" - Dec. 7, 1956
5. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Crocodile Case, The" - April 9, 1958
6. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Dontt Interrupt" - May 27, 1958
7. Alfred Hitcicock Presents: "Mr. Blanchard's Secret" - July 26, 1956
8. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Mr. Cinderella" - Sept. 14, 1956
9. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Nightmare in 4-D" - Aug ,27, 1956
10. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Restless Corpse, The" - Feb. 27, 1957
11. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Rose Garden, The" - Aug. 1, 1956
12. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater, The" - Jan. 25, 1957
13. Bat Masterson: "Cattle and Canes" - Nov. 19, 1959
14. Big Town: "Shoplifter, The" - June 1, 1953
15. Bob Newhart Show, The: "Birth of a Salesman" - Jan. 13, 1976
16. Bob Newhart Show, The: "Bob's Change of Life" - July 12, 1977
17. Cannon: "Devil's Playground" - Oct. 24, 1971
18. Captain Z-Ro: "Oxygen" - Aug. 15, 1953
19. Case of the Dangerous Robin, The: "Man in the Shadows" - Feb. 9, 1961
20. Cowboy in Africa: "Tomorrow on the Wind" - Sept. 7, 1967
21. "Daddy's Gone a-Hunting" - Feature Script - Undated

Box 2

1. Death Valley Days: "Bill Bottle's Birthday" - No date, Shooting schedule.
2. Death Valley Days: "Death in the Desert" - Jan. 15, 1965
3. Dial 999: "Barge Burglars" - undated
4. Doctor Christian: no title - Oct. 10, 1956
5. Family Affair: "Lesson for Grown-Ups" - July 10, 1968
6. Fay: "Not Another mother's Day" Date missing
7. Flipper: "Dolphins Don't Sleep Part One" - April 19, 1966
8. Fugitive, The: "Detour on a Road Going Nowhere" ? Oct. 10, 1964
9. Fugitive, The: "Homecoming, The" - March 3, 1964, Page 36 missing
10. Fugitive, The: "Just One Road I Travel" - Oct. 23, 1964
11. Fugitive, The: "Middle of a Heat Wave" - June 25, 1965
12. Fugitive, The: "Nightmare at Northoak" - Sept. 23, 1963, Page missing
13. Fugitive, The: "Other Side of the Coin, The" - Oct. 17, 1966
14. Fugitive, The: "Second Sight" - May 25, 1966

Box 3

1. Gentle Ben: "How Wild Is Wild" - July 26, 1968
2. "Goodbye Raggedy Ann" - TV Movie June 30, 1971
3. Gunsmoke: "Time of the Jackals" - May 31, 1968
4. Harrigan & Son: "Comeback, The" - Jan. 7, 1961
5. Hawaii Five-O: "Samurai" - May 15, 1968
6. I Spy: "American Princess, An" - June 26, 1967
7. I Spy: "Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home" - July 6, 1967
8. I Spy: "Beautiful Children, The" - Jan. 16, 1967
9. I Spy: "Casanova from Carnarsie" - Nov. 22, 1966, with shooting schedule.
10. I Spy: "Child Out of Time" - July 12, 1966
11. I Spy: "Child Out of Time" - Sept. 4, 1966
12. I Spy: "Choice, The" - June 7, 1967
13. I Spy: "Conquest of Maude Murdock, The" - Oct. 21, 1965
14. I Spy: "Cops and Robbers" - Nov. 15, 1966

Box 4

1. I Spy: "Crusade to Limbo" - Oct. 8, 1965
2. I Spy: "Day Called 4 Jaguar, A" - Oct. 22, 1965
3. I Spy: "Enchanted Cottage, The" - Aug. 10, 1966
4. I Spy: "Father Abraham" - April 19, 1966
5. I Spy: "Few Miles West of Nowhere, A" - March 21, 1967
6. I Spy: "Get Thee to a Nunnery" - Aug. 23, 1966
7. I Spy: "Gift from Alexander, A" - March 28, 1966
8. I Spy: "Happy Birthday Everybody"- June 12, 1967
9. I Spy: "Honorable Assassins" - Jan. 6, 1967
10. I Spy: "Laya" - Feb. 2, 1967
11. I Spy: "Lisa" - Feb. 25, 1966
12. I Spy: "Little Boy Lost" - Feb. 11, 1966
13. I Spy: "Lori" - Feb. 7, 1966

Box 5

1. I Spy: "Lotus Eater, The" - Feb. 2, 1967
2. I Spy: "Medarra Block, The" - Feb. 1, 1967
3. I Spy: "My Mother The Spy" - Dec. 23, 1965, with shooting schedule.
4. I Spy: "Name of the Game, The" - July 7, 1967
5. I Spy: "Night Train To Madrid" - Dec. 13, 1966
6. I Spy: "Now You See Her ... Now You Don't" - Feb. 28, 1967
7. I Spy: "Oedipus at Colonus" - Feb. 6, 1967
8. I Spy: "One of Our Bombs Is Missing" - April 18, 1966
9. I Spy: "One Thousand Fine" - Nov. 12, 1965
10. I Spy: "Philotimo" - Jan. 23, 1966
11. I Spy: "Pinwheel" - June 7, 1967
12. I Spy: "Plains in Spain, The" - Aug. 15, 1966

Box 6

1. I Spy: "Red Sash of Courage" - Feb. 27, 1967, with separate revision pages
2. I Spy: "Rome? Take Away Three" - April 26, 1966, with shooting schedule and revision
3. I Spy: "Room with a Rack" - July 18, 1966, Page 41 missing; with shooting schedule
4. I Spy: "Seventh Captain, The" - Feb. 7, 1967
5. I Spy: "Shana" - July 5, 1967
6. I Spy: Shooting schedules for various episodes
7. I Spy: "So Coldly Sweet" - Jan. 28, 1966
8. I Spy: "Sophia" - April 13, 1966
9. I Spy: "Spy Business, The" - July 20, 1967
10. I Spy: "Suitable for Framing" - March 21, 1967
11. I Spy: "Tag, You're It" - July 14, 1967
12. I Spy: "There Was a Little Girl" - Jan. 10, 1966

Box 7

1. I Spy: "This Guy Smith" - March 20, 1967
2. I Spy: "To Florence with Love" - March 22, 1966 (Part I) and March 31, 1966 (Part II)
3. I Spy: "Trial by Treehouse" - Feb. 25, 1966
4. I Spy: "Trouble with Temple, The" - July 12, 1966
5. I Spy: "Trouble with Temple, The" - Sept. 1, 1966
6. I Spy: "Turkish Delight" - Dec. 28, 1965
7. I Spy: "Turnabout for Traitors" - Aug. 24, 1967
8. I Spy: "You Can't Shoot an Honest Man" - Feb. 28, 1967
9. Invaders, The: "Attack" - May 31, 1967
10. Invaders, The: "Attack" - June 6, 1967, missing pages
11. Invaders, The: "Dark Outpost" - Aug. 2, 1967
12. Invaders, The: "Enemy, The" - May 1967

Box 8

1. Invaders, The: "Explosion of Truth" - Chapter Four - June 2, 1965, Pilot script
2. Invaders, The: "Innocent, The" - Jan. 13, 1967
3. Invaders, The: "Labyrinth" - Aug. 29, 1967
4. Invaders, The: "Spores, The" - July 12, 1967
5. Invaders, The: "Task Force" - Oct. 16, 1967
6. Ironside: "Little Jerry Jessup" - Dec. 10, 1969
7. It's a Man's World: "Beavers and the Otters, The" - Feb. 8, 1962,

Includes series' proposal.

8. It's About Time: "King Hec" ? Oct. 27, 1966
9. Lancer: "Great Humbug, The" - Dec. 31, 1968, with shooting schedule, call sheets.
10. Mackenzie's Raiders: "Raid to San Rodrigo" - Nov. 24, 1958
11. Mannix: "Search for Darrell Andrews, The" - Dec. 1, 1969
12. Many Loves of Dobie Gillis: "Love Is a Science" - undated, annotated script,
from some writing course.

13. Marcus Welby, M.D.: "Other Side of the Chart, The" - Nov. 28, 1969

Box 9

1. Meet Corliss Archer: "Corliss Plays Cupid" - Nov. 9, 1954
2. Men into Space: "From Another World" - Jan. 14, 1960
3. Name of the Game, The: "Lost One, The" - Aug. 20. 1969
4. O.K. Crackerby!: "Ol' Sam" - Sept. 3, 1965
5. Patty Duke Show, The: "This Little Patty Went to Market" - Sept. 2, 1964
6. Richard Diamond Private Detective: "Running Scared" - Nov. 20, 1959, with separate change pages
7. Ripcord: "Log-Jam" - Sept. 11, 1961
8. Science Fiction Theatre: "Breakthrough" - June 25, 1956, Script clerk's copy
9. Science Fiction Theatre: "Clock, The" - May 10, 1956, Script clerk's copy,

additional narration.

10. Science Fiction Theatre: "Dead Storage" - June 21, 1955
11. Science Fiction Theatre: "Facsimile" - Aug. 15, 1956
12. Science Fiction Thedtre: "Girl with the Flaxen Hair, The" - Aug. 19, 1955
13. Science Fiction Theatre: "Green Bomb, The" - Feb. 14, 1956
14. Science Fiction Theatre: "Hastings Secret, The" - July 14, 1955, Script clerk's copy
15. Science Fiction Theatre: "Hour of Nightmare" - April 22, 1955
16. Science Fiction Theatre: "Invention of Dr. March, The" - June 11, 1956,
Script clerk's copy, additional narration

17. Science Fiction Theatre: "Magic Suitcase, The" - Aug. 22, 1956,
Script clerk's notes, additional narration

Box 10

1. Science Fiction Theatre: "Marked "Danger"" - April 4, 1955, Script clerk's copy
2. Science Fiction Theatre: "None so Blind" - Sept. 17, 1956
3. Science Fiction Theatre: "100 Years from Now" - March 30, 1956
4. Science Fiction Theatre: "Second Skin" - June 22, 1956
5. Science Fiction Theatre: "Station M I N D" - Aug. 7, 1956
6. Science Fiction Theatre: "Sun Gold" - July 24, 1956
7. Science Fiction Theatre: "Surgery on Channel 3" - July 17, 1956,

Script clerk's copy

8. Science Fiction Theatre: "Survival in Box Canyon" - May 15, 1956,
Script clerk's copy, additional narration

9. Science Fiction Theatre: "Value of "G", The" - Aug. 14, 1956
10. Science Fiction Theatre: "YORD" - Dec. 13, 1954
11. Science Fiction Theatre: "YORD" - Dec. 17, 1954
12. Sea Hunt: "Jettisoned" - Aug. 5, 1958
13. "Secret of the Incas" - Feature Script - Aug. 28, 1953
14. Sky King: "Speak No Evil" - Jan. 26, 1952
15. Target: "13th Juror, The" - Aug. 7, 1958
16. "Tiger! Tiger!" - may be pilot script - July 29, 1968
17. Tombstone Territory: "Frozen Assets" - Feb. 18, 1960

Box 11

1. Untouchables, The: "Cordial Shops, The" - Oct. 1, 1962, Pages missing
2. Walt Disney: "Willie and the Yank Part II" - Feb. 8, 1965
3. Waterfront: "Trial by Fire" - Jan. 6, 1955
4. Wichita Town: "Fight for Thursday, The" - June 15, 1959
5. Wild Wild West, The: "Night of the Pistoleros" - May 8, 1968

FILM POSTERS AND STILLS

Each folder contains one poster unless otherwise stated.

6. Absent-Minded Professor, The (1961) 2 Stills
7. Air Hostess - Still
8. Airport (1970) Still
9. Airport 1975 (1975) Still
10. Atlantis, The Lost Continent (1961)
11. Big Sleep, The - Still
12. Birds, The (1963)
13. Boot Town (1940) Still
14. Bradbury, Ray - Photograph
15. Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970) Pressbook
16. Come September (1961) Poster and 7 Lobby Cards
17. Conquest of Space (1955) 14x36 Insert
18. Creature Walks Among Us, The (1956)
19. Crowded Sky, The - Still
20. Dean, James (unidentified movie) Still
21. Dr. No (1962)
22. Earthquake (1974)
23. Errand Boy, The (1963) 2 Posters and 8 Lobby Cards
24. Fate Is the Hunter - Still
25. Forbidden Planet (1956) Poster and 22x28 Insert
26. Goldfinger - Still
27. Great Ruppert, The (1950)
28. Hellfighters (1969) 3 Stills
29. High and the Mighty, The (1954) Still
30. Houdini (1952) 14x36 Insert
31. Houston Story, The - Still
32. In Like Flint - Still
33. Incredible Shrinking Man, The (1957) 14x36 Insert
34. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) 14x36 and 22x28 Insert

Box 12

1. Invisible Boy, The (1956) 14x36 Insert
2. It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) 14x36 Insert
3. It Came from Outer Space (1953) 14x36 Insert (cut in size)
4. Jaws - 2 Photographs
5. Jet over the Atlantic - Still
6. Julie - 2 Stills
7. Man Who Knew Too Much, The (1956)
8. Maracaibo - Still
9. Marnie (1964)
10. Mary Poppins (1964) 2 Stills
11. Mouse Factory, The - Photograph
12. Naked Jungle, The (1954 (1960 re-release))
13. Oklahoma Crude (1973) 2 Stills
14. Power, The (1968) Poster and Pressbook (cutouts on page 6)
15. Rear Window (1954 (1962 re-release))
16. Revenge of the Creature (1955) 14xl8
17. Riders to the Stars (1954)
18. Rio Bravo (1959) Still
19. Saboteur (1943? (poster may be re-release))
20. Shaggy Dog, The (1967 re-release) 14xl8
21. Skyjacked - Still
22. Strangers on a Train (1951)
23. Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1970) Pressbook
24. That Touch of Mink (1962) 2 Posters and 8 Lobby Cards
25. Thing, The (1951) Poster and 14x36 insert
26. This Island Earth (1955) Poster and 14xl8 Insert
27. Thunder Bay (1953) Still
28. Time Machine, The (1960) 8 Lobby Cards and 4 Stills
29. To Catch a Thief (1955) 14x36 Insert
30. Topaz (1969) Poster and 14 Stills
31. Torn Curtain (1964) Poster and 4 stills
32. Trouble with Harry, The (1955) Poster and 12 Stills
33. Tulsa (1949) Still
34. 20,060 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) 3 Stills
35. Vertigo (1958) 14x36 Insert
36. Walt Disney Studio (aerial view) Photograph
37. War of the Worlds, The (1953) 14x36 Insert, 8 Lobby Cards, and 2 Stills
38. Watch Mr. Wizard - 5 Publicity Photos
39. When Worlds Collide (1951) Poster and 14x36 Insert
40. Wonderful World of the Brother Grimm, The (1962 or 63)
41. World Without End (1956) Pressbook and 2 Posters
42. Wrong Man, The (1957)


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