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Finding Aid for the William Froug Papers, 1950-1981
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OTHER PROJECTS

 

AFI/ASPEN INSTITUTE

Box 9

"Future of the Theatrical and Television Feature Film (The)". Background papers submitted for the Seminar, March 26-30, 1980.

 

BLOOD IS A COLOR

Box 9

A novel written by William Froug - typed manuscript. n.d.

 

FUTURE OF HOME ENTERTAINMENT

Box 9

"Four Horseman of Technology" by Martin Polon. n.d.

 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Box 9

Photos taken during shooting, unidentified project.

 

SCREENWRITER LOOKS AT THE SCREENWRITER

Box 9

Audio cassettes of interviews (19).

Box 13

Audio tapes of interviews (19 tapes).

Box 12

Galleys of the book published by Macmillan, copyright 1972.

Box 11

Transcripts of interviews with Lewis John Carlino (2), William Bowers, Jonathan Axelrod, Edward Anhalt, David Giler (2), I.A.L. Diamond.

Box 12

Transcripts of interviews with Walter Brown Newman (2), Stirling Silliphant (2), Nunnally Johnson, Buck Henry, ring Larner, Jr.

 

TEARS FOR THE LADY

Box 8

A novel (By William Froug ?) - typed manuscript. n.d.

 

RADIO PROJECTS

 

CBS RADIO NETWORK & COLUMBIA PACIFIC

Box 8

"Action Eight" by William Froug. March 25, 1952

 

CBS RADIO WORKSHOP

Box 8

"Brave New World" Part 1, airdate January 27, 1956. Part 2, first and final draft, airdate Feb. 3, 1956

 

ESCAPE

Box 8

"Loup-Garou (The)" (by William Froug ?) - November 16, 1952 revised.

Box 8

"Up Periscope" adapted by William Froug - Aug. 8, 1951.

 

FAVORITE STORY

Box 8

"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (written by William Froug ?) - Aug. 20, 1946.

Box 8

"Legend of Sleepy Hollow (The)" (written by William Froug) - July 2, 1946

 

HALLMARK HALL OF FAME

Box 8

"Christine Granville" written, directed and produced by William Froug - March 27, 1955.

Box 8

"Queen Victoria" adapted by William Froug - second draft. n.d.

 

MAKE BELIEVE TOWN

Box 8

"Stunt man" by William Froug - airdate August 24, 1949

 

ROMANCE

Box 8

"A Long Way to Go" written and directed by William Froug. Oct. 1, 1955.

Box 8

"Dateline Escobar" directed by William Froug - airdate August 13, 1955.

Box 8

"Fine Line (The)" revised, airdate Nov. 20, 1952. Broadcast for William Froug.

Box 8

"Golden Face (The)" written and directed by William Froug - airdate November12, 1955.

Box 8

"Latin Affair" revised, dated June 4 1953.

Box 8

"Loup-Garou (The)" written and directed by William Froug - airdate January 16, 1956.

Box 8

"Moment on a Train" written and directed by William Froug - airdate May 7, 1956.

Box 8

"Oscar" written and directed by William Froug - airdate March 10, 1956.

Box 8

"Pawhuska" written by William Froug - Airdate October 9, 1954

Box 8

"Village Scandal (The)" written and directed by William Froug - airdate Dec. 3, 1955.

 

SEARS RADIO THEATER - THE MYSTERY SHOW

Box 8

"Cajun Death" by William Froug - four draft versions, n.d.

Box 8

"Thirteenth Governess (The)" (written by William Froug ?) n.d.

 

SUNDAY PLAYHOUSE

Box 8

"Librarian and the Traveling Salesman (The)" written, produced and directed by William Froug - airdate May 15, 1955. (Prod. #7)

 

SUSPENSE

Box 8

"X-915" written by William Froug - airdate November 8, 1955; final draft. (Prod. #68-4-6).

 

UNIDENTIFIED RADIO PROGRAM

Box 8

"Three Musketeers" By William Froug. n.d.

 

WHISTLER, THE

Box 8

(Written by William Froug?) Oct. 16, 1949

 

TELEVISION PROJECTS

 

ADAM'S RIB

Box 6

"Pick-up (The)" by Peter Stone - September 27, 1972. Includes production report.

 

ADVENTURES IN PARADISE

Box 1

"A Touch of Genius" by John Kneubuhl - final, February 21, 1961.

Box 1

"Amazon (The)" by William Froug - revised Final, February 3, 1960

Box 1

"Angel of Death" by William Froug - final January 25, 1961.

Box 1

"Away from it all" by William Froug - final draft, July 20, 1960.

Box 1

"Color of Venom (The)" by William Froug - final, December 8, 1959.

Box 1

"Command at Sea" by William Froug - final, April 24, 1961.

Box 1

"Hangman's Island" by Richard Alan Simmons - final, August 12, 1960.

Box 1

"Intruders (The)" by John Kneubuhl - final August 3, 1960.

Box 1

"One Little Pearl" by William Froug - revised final draft, September 22, 1960.

Box 1

"Secret Place (The)" by William Froug and Peter Barry - revised final, December 18, 1961.

Box 1

"Sink or Swim" by William Froug - revised final draft, November 4, 1960.

Box 1

"Wild Mangoes" by William Froug - final, March 24, 1961.

 

ALCOA-GOODYEAR THEATRE

Box 1

"Eddie" by Alfred Brenner - revised final draft, September 2, 1958.

Box 10

"Eddie", written by Alfred Brenner - revised final draft September 2,1958.

Box 10

"First Star", written by Arnold and Lois Peyse - revised final draft September 26, 1958.

Box 10

"Guy in Ward Four", written by Paul Monash - final draft October 3, 1958.

Box 10

"Madams Chair", written by Harold Jack Bloom - revised final draft August 15, 1958.

Box 10

"Office Party", written by Adrian Spies - final draft Sept. 5, 1958.

Box 10

"Purple and Fine linen", written by Jameson Brewer - final draft November 26, 1958.

Box 10

"Success Story", written by, Harold Jack Bloom, William Cowley and Peggy Chantler -revised final draft January 6, 1959.

Box 10

"Town Budget (The)" -screenplay by Harry Essex, October 16, 1958 revised final draft.

 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION, THE

Box 2

"Dignified Stranger (The)" by William Froug - final draft, n.d.

 

BIG HAWAII

Box 10

"Sun Children (The)", written by William Froug and Lisa Anne Froug - first draft July 4, 1977

Box 10

"Trouble with Tina (The)", by William Froug - revised story outline 08/12/77, final draft September 16, 1977.

 

BONANZA

Box 5

"Fear Merchants (The)" by Frank Unger - December 3, 1959

 

CHARLIE'S ANGELS

Box 3

"Death in Springtime" by William Froug - second draft dated 6/8/78 & 6/5/78. 2 copies 1 annotated, story dated 3/28/78.

Box 3

"Home, Sweet Homes" by William Froug - first Draft June 18, 1979, final Nov. 26, 1979, includes additional drafts.

Box 2

"Mike Fright" by William Froug - first draft, August 2, 1977. Second draft, May 26, 1977.

 

CRITICS AT LARGE

Box 9

Created and Produced by William Froug, in association with Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. September 25, 1966

 

DICK POWELL SHOW, THE

Box 4

" Act of Piracy" by Peter Barry and William Froug- revised October 24, 1961.

Box 8

"A Swiss Affair" by William Froug. Original teleplay - final draft, June 29, 1961.

 

ELDORADO

Box 9

Written by William Froug - treatment for a series, with illustrations, n.d.

 

FOLLOW THE SUN

Box 4

"Run, Clown, Run" by William Froug - revised final. February 21, 1962

 

GREAT RASCAL, THE

Box 9

"Ned Buntline strikes again!" written by William Froug - treatment film #2.

 

GUNSMOKE

Box 6

"Farm Boys" by William Froug - draft: Jan 27 & Feb. 2, 12, 28, 1975.

Box 6

"Luke Rumbaugh" by Paul Savage - revised Final Draft. Sept. 12, 1973

Box 6

"Outlaws (The)" by William Froug - revised draft, April 7, 1975

 

HAVE GUN-WILL TRAVEL

Box 4

"Executioner (The)" by William Froug, n.d.

 

IN SEARCH OF AMERICA

Box 2

By Lewis John Carlino - final shooting script, August 17, 1970.

 

IPSI DIXIT

Box 9

A new program for Television by William Froug - story outline, n.d.

 

IRONSIDE

Box 4

"All the Beautiful People" by William Froug - outline, March 31, 1967.

Box 4

"Game Maker (The)" by William Froug - second draft, May 24, 1967

 

JANE WAYMAN FIRESIDE THEATRE

Box 4

"Gusher City" by William Froug. n.d.

 

JUDGEMENT DAY

Box 4

"Happy Anniversary" by Calvin Clements, Jr. and William Froug - rewrite by William Froug February 20, 1980.

Box 2

"Judgment Day for Governor Egan" by William Froug - (Pilot) story outline, two second drafts, shooting script, and revised shooting script, 1980.

 

KANSAS CITY MASSACRE, THE

Box 2

By Ric Hardman & William Nolan - revised final, December 9, 1974.

 

LUCAS TANNER

Box 7

"Best Kept Secret (The)" by William Froug - revised, Oct. 31, 1974

 

MOST WANTED

Box 7

"People Mover (The)" by William Froug - revised final draft, February 16, 1977.

Box 10

"People Mover (The)", by William Froug - final draft February 13, 1977.

 

OKLAHOMA RUN

Box 7

"Bury the Dead at Pipestone" by William Froug - second draft January 20, 1976.

 

ONCE MORE WITH FEELING

Box 9

Written by William Froug - story outline dated 12/25/78.

 

PAPER CHASE, THE

Box 3

"Once More with Feeling" by William Froug - first draft January 15, 1979; final draft January 23, 1979.

 

Q.E.D.

Box 2

Written by William Froug - story 11/2/81; first Draft December 18, 1981.

 

QUINCY

Box 2

"Murder by Self" by William Froug, July 6, 1977.

 

SAM BENEDICT

Box 6

"Nice Little Doggie, Bite the Lawyer's Leg," by William Froug - revised final draft, June 1, 1962.

 

SIERRA

Box 10

"Fresh Water", written by William Froug - final draft 07/17/74.

Box 10

"Trek (The)", written by William Froug - revised 08/06/74.

 

SPENCER'S PILOTS

Box 7

"Search (The)" by William Froug - revised, September 17, 1976.

Box 10

"Search (The)", written by William Froug - first draft August 27, 1976.

 

SUNSHINE

Box 10

"A houseboat is not a home", written by William Froug and Carol Sobieski.

 

SUPER POP!

Box 7

"Pilot" by William Froug - story outline January 17, 1980. CBS draft February 1981, (pilot) second draft May 9, 1980.

 

TWILIGHT ZONE

Box 7

"Many, Many Monkeys" by William Froug - January 20, 1964.

 

WESTSIDE MEDICAL

Box 5

"Intensive Caring" by William Froug - first Draft. December 1, 1976

 

WHODUNIT

Box 5

"Campus After Dark" by William Froug - first draft. October 15, 1959.

 

UNPRODUCED FILM PROJECTS

 

BOB AND THE BOYS

Box 4

Story and screenplay written by William Froug - treatment, n.d. first Draft, n.d., and annotated draft.

 

CROWN CAPERS, THE

Box 9

Written by William Froug. 1/26/76. Based on an idea by Ray Martel.

 

DEVIL IN MEXICO, THE

Box 5

Original story and screenplay by Dan O'Bannon - second draft, revision 1972.

 

GUTBUCKET

Box 6

By William Froug - first draft April 29, 1968. Second draft July 23, 1968. Also known as "Voyage of the Gutbucket".

 

HARROW ALLEY

Box 5

(Screenplay) by Walter Brown Newman, n.d.

 

JOHNNIE

Box 3

(Screenplay) by Jeffrey Boam and William Froug, n.d.

 

STICK 'EM UP!

Box 7

(Screenplay) by William Froug and Jeffery Boam, n.d.

 

TOM PAINE

Box 9

A presentation by William Froug. Executive Producer, Gordon Oliver, Producer Clifford David. n.d.

 

WEEKEND COWBOY, THE

Box 7

By William Froug - first draft Oct. 14, 1981; second draft February 4, 1982.