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Notes for a scene entitled "The Stand-In." Annotated. - Notes for fictional movie reel from the film. No dates.
Two letters regarding Jim Henson's rights to a project involving the Muppets. Both are from Albert DaSilva of DaSilva and DaSilva (2/11/82 and 7/29/82) explaining that Henson would have underlying rights as co-book writer and would receive half $.
Notes for the opening of "Muppets in Concert." 2 pages. No date.
Untitled special staring the Muppets. Produced by Max Liebman. Directed by Perry Lafferty. Associate Producer, Bob Tamplin. Marked "38." No date. 87 pages.
Museum of Broadcasting
Museum of Broadcasting Newsletters: vol. 7, no. 3 (Sid Caesar), vol. 10, no. 1, 1986 (Larry Gelbart seminars at the museum), vol. 10, no. 2 , 1986, Milton Berle. Written by: Caesar, Sid; Berle, Milton; Museum of Broadcasting
Fifth Annual Television Festival - Order of Presentation for opening event, March 7, 1988. - 6 drafts of texts for Julie Andrews and Larry Gelbart. Incl. brochures and programs. Written by: Andrews, Julie; Museum of Broadcasting
Council of Producers, Directors, Writers, Journalists, and Performers for the Museum of Broadcasting. Membership list, February 18, 1987. 5 pages. Written by: Museum of Broadcasting
2nd Annual Los Angeles Festival. Two Newsprint brochures for the Television Festival in Los Angeles, May 10-26, 1985.
3rd Annual Los Angeles Festival. Newsprint brochure, March 1986.
Publicity Packet of Exhibits. Topics include: BBC External Services, HBO: Reflections from a Decade, A Personal View by Alistair Cooke, MB News, Hanna Barbera: 25 Years, Muppets, Bob and Ray: A Retrospective, See It Now, Toscanini, Master Theatre.
Correspondence re: Television Series, Tributes, Seminars, Exhibits, New Museum Building, Television Festival.
Programs for Seminars on Writing for TV. - Interview with Larry Gelbart, 70 p. - Transcripts of Seminars, October 2-5, 1984, 139 p. - Flyer/Schedule. - Biography with Credits, 6 pages. - Seminar notes.
5th Annual Los Angeles Festival. Souvenier Booklet, 1988.
9th annual Los Angeles Television Festival. Facsimilie copy of the souvenir booklet, February 28, 1992. Includes correspondence.
Museum of Modern Art
"Television USA: 13 Seasons," Program & brief history of US television, presented by the Museum of Modern Art's Film Library. 40 pages.
Museum of Television and Radio
Draft and revisions of L. G.'s contribution (article) to "Stand Up: Comedians on Television.", published by the Museum.[Book in Arts Library].
"Send out the Clowns." Article written by Larry Gelbart. No date. 5 pages.
MT & Review Spring 1994 (Premiere) and MT & R News, 1992.
Correspondence regarding a speech given during the "Salute to Television and Radio," April 27, 1993. - Handwritten copy of the speech, 2 pages.
National Broadcasting Company
Correspondence regarding Pheonix House, May 1986-1989.
USA vs NBC, transcript of an out of court settlement regarding pending anti-trust charges against NBC. December 10, 1974.
National Constitution Center
Correspondence and minutes from board meetings. Larry Gelbart was a member of the Board of Directors. July 20, 1988 - June 25, 1991. 42 items. - Illustrate & Learn, study packet for elementary aged children re: amendments, 1991. - Report on Audits.
National Theatre of the Deaf
Information booklet for the 1992-3 season. Includes list of titles performed and information on the actors.
Correspondence regarding libel suit against Simon and Schuster for Chapter 13 of "Wired" (about filming of "Neighbors"). Suit brought by widow of John Belushi and Larry Gelbart. June 13, 1984 - July 10, 1984. Suit was dropped.
A proposal for television by Leonard Gross and Larry Gelbart. No date. In outline form. 6 pages.
"Writing for Television." Manuscript with cover letter by Stuart Kaminsky, requesting and introduction for the book, 187 p. Larry Gelbart quoted in text.
"NU Students go to Niteskool to get an education in video" (Chicago Tribune 3/22/85). - "Dedication key to success: MASH writer" (Daily Northwestern 11/10/82).
Schedule of Visit (3/1-7/84). Founders Campaign (Fundraising Package) - Memoranda re: planning meetings. - Report to Campaign Steering Committee (7/28/86). - Minutes of Meeting, Architectual Photographs. - Personal Proposal. - IMC Newsletter.
Preliminary Corporate Prospects (6/25/84). - Media Studies at Northwestern University - Interim Report (July 1984). - Media Studies Campaingn Preliminary Foundation Prospects (6/25/84).
Prospect Reports for Institute of Modern Communication which includes the School of Speech. Preliminary Foundation Prospects (6/25/84). - Preliminary Individual Prospects (6/25/84).
Correspondence with various deans of Northwestern University's School of Speech. - January 10, 1984 - October 4, 1989.
Studies for propossed restructuring of School of Speech into Institute for Modern Communication. - "Communication Programs @ Other Major Insitutions," "School of Speech Report, 1985 N. Central Assoc. Evaluation Team." - "Nat'l Advisory Council"
Informational packets regarding Commincations Department, School of Speech, finances, and donations, 1984-1989.
Notes relating to School of Speech, Department of Radio/Film/Television Seminar taught by Larry Gelbart (1985). Includes some submitted script treatments.
Outline for a project starring Carroll O'Connor, entitled "Put them all Together." No date. 2 pages.
Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters
Corresponence regarding Air Force, Charity luncheons, 1987-8.
Correspondence with Paramount Pictures and Viacom, 1985-89.
Correspondence with Robert Parrish, 1985-89.
Letter of appreciation written in screen play format. Marked "To Larry with Love." 5 pages. No date.
Correspondence and script adaptations re the " Writers Guild Tribute to Larry Gelbart" to be aired on PBS stations, March 1998, entitled " M*A*S*H, Tootsie & God".
Pen Center USA West
Program, correspondence and text of speech by Larry Gelbart, October 1997.
Person to Person
Parody of the series Person to Person. Sketch involves Ed Bow-wow's interview of Mr and Mrs Richard Divot. No date.
"A Personal Primer." Delivered at the 6th Annual Artists' Symposium for Writers, Sponsored by the Committee for the Arts of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, 10/13/84. Several drafts. - Correspondence re: Symposium. Handwritten drafts (3).
"A Personal Primer" delivered at the 6th Annual Artists' Symposium for Writers, October 13, 1984, 37 pp. 2 copies; "Personal Primer", dated March 14, 1998, 44 pages.
Peter and the Wolf
"The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra presents: An Evening with John Williams and Walter Matthau," which marked the West Coast Premiere of Gelbart's version of Peter and the Wolf. March 12, 1986. Invitation and program.
Correspondence with Arthur Pine, 1989-91.
Foreword for Arthur Pine's "One Door Closes, Another Door Opens." January 8, 1993. Annotated.
Playbills: "Conversations with My Father", at the Royale Theatre, July 1992. - "Laughter on the 23rd Floor", Richard Rodgers Theatre, June 1994. - "Jelly's Last Jam", Virginia Theatre, July 1992.
Various dates in 1997.
Clippings, April, May 1998.
Proper Thing, The
Two drafts of a sketch involving either a character or an actor with the last name of Bean and his reaction to the Etiquette column. No date.
Pursuit of Happiness
Outline of screenplay entitled Pursuit of Happiness with note to change title because title had been used in a General Motors sponsored show. No date. No other title given.
Notes for a sketch in which Tony Randall explains advances in television broadcasting. No date.
"Tambara and Vladimir Maksimov," submitted to Gelbart from the Department of History at Hamline University, 10/11/88, 25 p. -Media articles from "The Nation," 1989. - "Safeway LBO Yields Vast Profits but Exacts A Heavy Human Toll," Susan Faludi.
Research into the Death Penalty. Various articles and court transcripts, 1989-91.
Miscellaneous clippings of interest to Larry Gelbart.
Articles of interest to Larry Gelbart. Topics include: Mazda, Asian food, M*A*S*H on Broadway, POWs in Vietman. 1994-6.
Articles of interest to Larry Gelbart, including the death of McLean Stevenson. 1994-6.
Articles of interest to Larry Gelbart, re: Neil Simon, Marcia Walkenstein, etc.
Miscellaneous articles and clipings of interest to Larry Gelbart. 1996-7.
Research regarding libel. Includes a transcript of a suit: Jeffrey M. Masson v. The New Yorker Magazine, Inc, June 16, 1988. Includes a cover letter from Louis C. Blau of Loeb and Loeb, May 7, 1990.
Articles of interest to Larry Gelbart. "Cy Howards Dies at 77," Books of the Times, "What the Navy Taught Allen Schindler's Mother," "To Make a Hit, You Need a Pitch," "On Michall Jeffers," etc. 1980-90s.
Articles of interest to Larry Gelbart, including an essay on the Korean War, "Private Eye has Nazis in his Sights," etc.
Biographical information. - Credits, compiled Gelbart for Dan Harrison, 9/21/93. Biography by Frank Liberman & Assoc, no date, 5 p. - Who's Who in the American Theatre, 6/10/64, 3 p. - USC Film Writing Biography, 10/17/90, 8 p. - Vitae, 1982.
Annotated resume of Larry Gelbart. Dated April 8, 1992. 8 pages.
Biographical time line of Larry Gelbart's life and career from 1941 to 1992. Prepared by Jay Malachar. - Two-page bio.
Sheet music for song "Wall Flower" by Milton Berle, Buddy Arnold, Larry Gelbart, recorded by Debbie Reynolds, 1957. 3 copies.
Correspondence with Julius Lefkowitz and Company regarding Gene Reynold's finances, April 1976.
Rickey, George/Miki Bennoff
Exhibition catalog, UCSB Art Museum, March 5 - April 18, 1993, signed. - Dedication program UCLA Molecular Biology Inst., Nov. 23, 1986, incl. note.
Correspondence regarding Actors' Equity Permission for duplication of tapes to be donated to the Lincoln Center Library. June 1989.
Rogers and Cowan, Inc
Annotated guest list for an unnamed tribute, memorial or other special event. 2 pages. No date.
Correspondence wtih Sol Saks regarding the nature of comedy, 1984-5.
Santa Barbara Writer's Conference
Correspondence regarding the 1983 Conference in which Larry Gelbart participated.
Shake Slide and Burn
Correspondence with Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra regarding production of Gelbart's "Shake Slide and Burn", 1986.
Notes for piece for Los Angeles Chamber Orcherstra, January 10, 1979. Annotated.
Laughter on the 23rd Floor, a New Play by Neil Simon, in two acts. Inside title page autographed: "To Larry, with Love, Don." 3rd draft, 1993. - Article regarding debute of play, Los Angeles Times, 1994. - Souvenir program.
Foreword to "Word 6 for Dos for Dummies" by Beth Slick. Facsimilie of Gelbart's foreword with a cover letter from Beth Slick. May 26, 1993. - Translation of Foreword into Portuguese with cover letter from Slick.
Correspondence regarding Sly Fox and Volpone: The Governor's School of South Carolina, ATV Corporation, Stoll Theatres, & Screen Actors Guild. Spring-Summer 1978.
Handwritten casting list, June 15, 1995.
Correspondence with Stephen Sondheim regarding Young Playwrights Festival, 1986-91.
Notes entitled "Space Musical" which outline plot points later used for Flash Gordon. 7 pages. No date.
Correspondence with Ray Stark regarding Barbarians at the Gate. March 27, 1990 - March 31, 1992.
Correspondence regarding changes in dialogue for a screenplay. One page of handwritten dialogue is attached to the cover letter but no title and no dates are given.
Television Academy Hall of Fame
Correspondence regarding Gelbart's role as a member of the selection committee. 1984-88.
Theatre Projects Associates Limited
Correspondence regarding English production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", 1985-6.
Outline for a project about a train crew during WWII. No date.
Notes for a screenplay about a woman who runs her own model agency. No date. Handwritten. 2 pages.
Twentieth Century Fox
Correspondence with Harris Katleman, Scott Rudin, Ken Levine, David Issacs, Chuck Panama & David Robinson, 1986-9.
U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, Aspen, CO. 1998
Brochures, programs and correspondence - L.G. panel participant - writer's seminar.
Correspondence regarding a commencement speech and honorary degree, Spring 1986.
Correspondence (business and fandom) regarding United States.
University of California, Los Angeles
UCLA Extension Writer's program regarding classes taught by Larry Gelbart, 1984-6. College of Letters and Sciences, Honors Division, 6/11/87. - School of Theater/Film/Televison, February 1993.
Streisand Center. Business correspondence. Gelbart was on the Board of Directors. 1985-6.
UCLA Librarian, Volume 47, Number 2, Winter/Spring 1995. See page 35, article regarding the donation of the Larry Gelbart collection to Arts Special Collections.
Point of View, Spring 1993. Magazine of the School of Theater, Film and Television. Article about Larry Gelbart joining the Dean's advisory board.
University of Southern California
Correspondence 1991 (School of Cinema-Television).
"Film School," by R. Parrish, based on L. Gelbart, pp. 1-9. Includes commencement address given by Gelbart at USC, 5/9/91, p. 10-17. - L. Gelbart retrospective, USC Filmic Writing, 10/26-8/90, autograph book. - "Fictional Characters & Real People."
Drafts and notes, some handwritten, for several untitled projects.
Lists of ideas for sketches, television series and commericals. No dates. Handwritten.
Sketch for a parody of an interview with Mike Flawless and William Penman. No date.
Sketch involving two men on the telephone at work. - Sketch at a railroad stations (Harry and Joe). No dates.
Sketch, 13 pages, with annotations. First part with dialogue, rest in synopsis style. Characters: Sheffield, Girl, Girl 2, Girl 3, Countess, Penny Underwood, Mulvaney. Location: London, U.S. Army field headquarters in Italy, New York City.
Walt Disney Company
Correspondence regarding "Gulliver." March, 1986. - Hyperion Books, 1992. - Buena Vista Home Video, May 29, 1992.
Jay Weston's Restaurant Review. Issue #20, 1988. See "From Russia with Love," p. 8. Describes culinary tour of Russia with Larry Gelbart.
Correspondence with Jay Weston and Jay Weston Productions regarding making an American Western in Moscow, 1989.
Writers Guild of America
Writer's Guild Strike. - 2 packets of negotiations, August 1985, prepared by David W. Rintels (1 w/ cover letter), 85 p. - Report, regarding need for a Strike Fund, March 4, 1986, 7 p. (Includes 2 p. definition of a Strike Fund.)
Articles re: Writers Guild Strike, including Gelbart quiting Oscar Show because of the strike, March 1985 - March 1986.
Misc materials. - News letters, 1986. - Profiles on Larry Gelbart (20). - Misc. flyers and undated correspondence.
WGA: "Minority Report in Opposition to the Proposals," 1990. Reguest to members to vote down a contract extension, 10 pages.
Correspondence, March 22, 1979 - March 4, 1992. Topics include: Seminars led by Gelbart and Writers Strike.
Elections, 1990-1992. Includes correspondence, campaign platforms, and election proceedures information.
Article by Robert Sontag in "A Journal of Opinion," August 1982, Volume 2, re labor relations enttiled Is the majority alewyas right?" .
Writers Guild 1992 Extension Agreement, December 12, 1990. Topics include: Special Membership meeting, 1992 MBA Extension, related amendments. Meeting was held, January 16, 1991.
Writers Guild of America, West. Correspondence and Newsletters, February 1993.
Miscellaneous Writers Guild materials. -Rocci Chatfield for Board of Directors. - WGAw according to Carl Gottlieb. - Lorin Draft - GROW hotline information - Misc articles pertaining to WGA.
Suit involving the Writers Guild of America regarding the legality of the "family hour" and "balace" practices in writing for television. Materials range from 1976-1983.
Handwritten letter marked "Notes for letter to WGA in re: Contract Extension, 1991." 2 pages.
Department of Labor, 1997. E-mail and related correspondence re the election and election process and a labor dispute involving WGA/East. 4 folders.
Souvenir program book: "Words nto Pictures". The 1997 Film and Telelvision Writers Forum .
Election Committee: Letters, faxes and e-mail re election and legal issues, 1997 through approx. February 1998. 6 folders.
You Should See What You're Missing
Chicago Public Television Forum style broadcast, April 20, 1976, WTTW/ Channel 11. Articles (4) relating to broadcast, in which Larry Gelbart was a participant.
Your Show of Shows
Correspondence regarding reissue of "Your Show of Shows" to Showtime and the purchase of rights by ZIV. Gelbart and Mel Tolkin sued for royalities, hiring counsel from Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp. June 4, 1985 - May 30, 1986.
"Zodiac: A Television Special Series" by Larry Gelbart. Proposal, February 25, 1970. 1 page with title page.
ARTICLES, AWARDS, INTERVIEWS, SPEECHES
Articles about Larry Gelbart
Articles that span the first third of Gelbart's career (1944-1968).-Topics include: Duffy's Tavern, Sid Caesar, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, etc.
Articles from time spent in England, 1968-1978 (approx.). Topics include, Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip, M*A*S*H, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, & Oh God!
Articles from 1982 to 1991. Topics include: End of M*A*S*H, AfterM*A*S*H, United States, City of Angels, etc.
Misc news clippings regarding Larry Gelbart and his projects, 1992.
June 1995: "The Story Structure Gurus," "A Conversation with Ernest Lehman," "Larry Gelbart Current Events." - March 1996: "Caesar's Hour Revisited."
Articles re: Gelbarts. "Author exhibits wit and wisdom at museum," re: reunion at Palm Springs museum. - "Harry at Your Head," re: Harry Gelbart. "Search for a Postmodern Theater," Interviews with playwrights.
Miscellaneous articles about Larry Gelbart. 1996.
Articles about Larry Gelbart: Gelbart and the Writers Guild of America, Jolie Memoire (race horse owned by Gelbart), Being a judge for the Ten Best Films (Premiere, March 1992), "Network" and CBS, etc.
Copy of an article in the Journal of the Writers Guild of America, Dec. 1997-Jan. 1998.
Articles by Larry Gelbart
"How I Spent my Summer Vacation." Article for TV Guide by Larry Gelbart, Sept 22-28, 1956. 3 1/2 published copies, 1 typed original (4 p.)
Article about Woody Allen for Jean Penn of Playboy. Written by Larry Gelbart. Typed drafts, 3/6/90, 3 copies, one with annotations. MS draft, 3/6/90.
Notes for an Esquire article, some typed, some handwritten, 2 packets. No date. Annotations.
Outlined notes for possible article, annotated, 4 p. - Blank Freelance contract with US Magazine, no date.
"Audacious. Satirical. Hip. Sophisticated. Wonderfully Silly." Review of the It's Garry Shandling's Show, by Larry Gelbart, 05/16/87. 1 1/2 published copies, marked w/ letter to Gelbart re: Joan Rivers. - Drafts (3), Correspondence, notes. TV Guide
"Playwrights for President." Article by Larry Gelbart for Mirabella, July 1990, 2 p. - Copy editor's draft, with annotations. Drafts (7): 1 marked "final 3/26/90," 4 p. - Packet of "roughs and notes," no date.
"TV Guidance" by Larry Gelbart for Vogue, February 1985. 2 pages. -Published copies (2 + cover art). - Typed drafts, 3 copies, one with annotations, no dates. - MS notes, annotated in red, no date.
By Larry Gelbart for Hollywood Reporter. - "Funny People" by Steve Allen, 2/5/82 (3 drafts, 2 published). - "Screening Sickness" by Ernie Lehman, 10/17/82 (typed original, published copy). - Quote for Susan Sorenson book review.
"Peering Through the Tube Darkly.." Article by Larry Gelbart re: Rodney King, New York Times, April 16, 1995. - Notes for "What literature most influence you as a child?" 1988.
Rolling Stone: Letter to the Editor, May 13, 1985, 3 p.
Nine revisions of an article written for New York Times regarding Art and Life, Spring 1995.
Miscellaneous writings by Larry Gelbart for possible tributes and articles. No dates.
"An Open Letter to Mr. Larry Gelbart," a response by J. David Miles. - Numerous drafts of a rebuttal to the letter by Larry Gelbart. Articles appeared in The Journal, December/January 1992.
Review of "Thank You for Smoking," by Larry Gelbart. Appeared in the New York Times Book Review, 1994. Multiple xerox copies of article. - Letters of congratulations re: article.
Vanity Fair, Special Hollywood Issue, April 1995.
Contract between Gelbart and Harpers Bazaar, correspondence and a few drafts of articles, including "Palm Spring." 1993.
Articles written for Harpers. Two on City of Los Angeles, one on Palm Springs and one on Birthdays, 1993.
"Ten Out of Fifty," article by Larry Gelbart for Emmy magazine, regarding the first fifty years of television, January 8, 1996. Includes letter from Emmy.
Handwritten notes, marked "Random thoughts, I guess in response to questions long forgotten." No date, 7 pages.
Untitled, undated essay re: artists/writers in politics at the occasion of Vaclav Havel's speech before a joint session of of the House and the Senate.
Program: Union College Commencement Excercises, June 15, 1986, Schectady, New York. Larry Gelbart received an honorary Doctor of Arts degree.
Palm Street Walk of Stars. Correspondence regarding the placement and engraving of the star in Palm Springs, June 6, 1995.
Pacific Pionner Broadcasters, Silver Anniversary, January 1991 (Gelbart was honored in 1987). - Larry Gelbart Film Retrospective, USC, 1990. - 1983 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards Ceremony, 3/19 & 3/25/84 (Gelbart was nominated).
Vetty Awards, Presented at the U.S.S. Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, October 31, 1990. Presented by The Vietnam Veterens Ensemble Theatre Company. Vetty Award Presented to Larry Gelbart and accepted by Loretta Swit.
Transcript of speech given at the Tony Awards, 1990. 3 copies, 4 pages each.
"Junior Ad Club, Spotlight on Achievement, Script #9." Award given to Larry Gelbart by the Junior Advertising Club of Los Angeles (1950). Transcript of Radio presentation. Includes skit of how Gelbart got his start in writing. 8 pages.
AfterM*A*S*H Awards: Humanitas nomination. - People for the American Way (1987). - Laurel Award. - People's Choice Award (1984). - Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. - Beverly Hills Theatre Guild.
Beverly Hills Theatre Guild Roast. Correspondence, 2 Programs, Guest List, & Speech (Notes and typed copy, 2 p.), Proclimations by County of Los Angeles, Governor of California, US Congress, City of Beverly Hills, City of Los Angeles, et al.
Correspondence regarding 30th Annual Christopher Awards. Larry Gelbart was awarded for Movie Movie, 1979.
Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters lunch, May 15, 1987. Notes for a speech given by Larry Gelbart.
Awards: Pritikin Masters Certificate, October 3, 1991, "in recognition of continued commitment to opitmal health. - Producers Guild of America, award for M*A*S*H, March 2, 1992.
Award nominations for City of Angeles: Tony Award and Edgar Allen Poe Award. 1994.
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Nomination for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy for the M*A*S*H Pilot. For the 1972-3 Emmys.
Writers Guild of America Annual Award, Nomination for Television Writing Achievement for Adapted Long Form for "Barbarians at the Gate," 1993. - Certificate and invitation.
Correspondence regarding finalization of guest and host list. November 1996 - January 1997
Correspondence regarding script for the Writers Guild Tribute to Larry Gelbart. November 1996 - January 1997.
Publicty and articles relating to the Writers Guild of America Tribute to Larry Gelbart, January 1997.
Final guest list for the Writers Guild Tribute to Larry Gelbart, January 28, 1997.
Writers Guild of America Tribute to Larry Gelbart, revised final script, January 24, 1997. - Script, as of January 14, 1997. Produced by Michael Hirsch.
Resolution Honoring Larry Gelbart, signed by Gray Davis, Lt. Governor of California, January 28, 1997. Part of the Writers Guild of America Tribute to Larry Gelbart.
Photograph of Larry Gelbart, Walter Halsey Davis, Vikie Patik and two unidentified people holding their award plaques from the Writers Guild of America. Gelbart won for "Barbarians at the Gate."
Program and invitation to the Writers Guild of America Tribute to the Writer - Lifetime of Career Excellence, January 28, 1997.
Congratulatory notes and other related items, March 1998, re Tribute to Larry Gelbart.
Clinton, William Jefferson
"Summit Upon Summit" by Larry Gelbart and "Let's Get Undepressed" by Spaulding Gray for the New York Times, January 17, 1993. Articles about the election and inauguration of Bill Clinton.
Campaign report and strategy for Democractic party. Written by Greenberg-Lake, April 15, 1992.
Op/Ed Piece for Los Angeles Times, Supporting Michael Dukakis in 1988 Presidential Primaries, May 20, 1988. 6 drafts, some with annotations. - Handwritten message to Janet Clayton, Op/Ed section.
Campaign speeches for Governor Dukakis, written by Larry Gelbart, 1988: MS draft for speech on George Bush, 6 p., Terrorism (3 p), GOP Primer (2 p), Declaration of candidacy, (2 speeches, 5 p. & 8 p.)
Photocopy of a handwritten speech for Michael Dukakis. Marked: "Attn: Marty Kaplan." Ends with "Larry Gelbart, Capri, Italy, 24 August, 1988." 5 pages.
Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner
"Pay the Two Million Dollars." Written by Larry Gelbart, performed by Walther and Charles Matthau, for the ADA Foundation's First Annual Eleanor Award Dinner, April 3, 1982. - Includes scripts, 10 p.
Gregory Dunne/The Monster
Book review for the New York Times, March 2, 1997 for John Gregory Dunne's book. Incl. advance uncorrected proof copy.
Interview with Larry Gelbart, by Linda T. Dennison for Writers Digest, April 1995. 3 pages.
"Spotlight on..Larry Gelbart: 'I Never Tried to Write Objectively..'" Article by Linda T. Dennison, For Eclectic Rainbows, WInter/Spring, 1995, 6 p.
US News and World Report (2): "Conversation with Larry Gelbart," 1 marked "Original Transcript," 10 p. - Marshal Berges: Interview w/ P & L Gelbart, 6/14/78 (MS notes, 2 typed). - June 1987 Interview. - 8/4/83 Interview. Hollywood Scriptletter 7/81.
2 letters from Ronald L Davis, Director, Oral History Program, Southern Methodist University, re: interview with Larry Gelbart for the archive. - Completed and annotated transcript from the interview, July 30, 1985, 49 p.
Interviews with Larry Gelbart. - Michael Hirsch for Comedy Tonight, nd. - Transcript of Gelbart answers, no name for interviewer, 1992. -Stanley Silverman re: Stanley Donen, 1/18/92. - Jon Winokur, (2). - Hofstra University, Larry Suid, 7/8/85.
"Interview: Larry Gelbart," student interview by Peter Moore, 1983, 7 p. - "Affable Icon-Questions for Larry Gelbart," by Steve McCambridge, 11/4/91, annotated, 4 p. - "Understanding Film," Bone/Johnson, 3/15/85, 5 p. - "The Quest," Jerry Greenberg.
Transcript of an interview with "Froug." No date. Annotated.
Pages 135-142 of an unpublished book of interviews written by Burt Prelutsky. Has cover letter dated August 30, 1995.
Question cards for Steve Allen's Question Card Routine, October 27, 1993.
Proof for a printed interview entitled "A Conversation with Larry Gelbart." Printed in Dramatists Guild Quarterly. Marked revised, March 5, 1992.
"Profile: Larry Gelbart," one interview and two articles re: Barbarians at the Gate. Summer, 1994.
Various printed interviews with Larry Gelbart, 1994-6.
Interview by Linda T. Dennison for Writers Digest, May 27, 1997. Correspondence re: interview, each letter with updated and annotated transcript of the interview.
Dramaticists Guild Quarterly, Spring 1992. "Conversation with Larry Gelbart."
"A Conversation with Larry Gelbart" in Written By, the Journal of the Writers Guild of America, December/January 1997.
Letter from Burt Prelutsky regarding his interview of Larry Gelbart for the book "Success" published by Dove Books, April 1997. Letter is annotated.
Transcript of an interview with Larry Gelbart conducted by Vickie Karp, June 21, 1996.
Transcript of 48 Hours: "On Sunset Boulevard," July 28, 1993. Includes a short interview with Larry Gelbart. See pages 22-4.
Print out of the Writer's Guild web page. Includes transcript of the WGA interview with Larry Gelbart, 1996.
Hebrew translation of an interview with Larry Gelbart and a retranslation into English. Includes correspondence with Dov Amir regarding the interview and translations. August 5, 1994.
Questions for an interview given by Judith Searle and Barbara Meltzer, no date, 2 pages.
Interviews with Wendy Moon. Hollywood Scriptwriter: "A Maestro Takes on the Rewriting Process: Larry Gelbart," by Wendy Moon, February 1997. -Email with Moon re: interview. - Text copy of the interview for review before it was published.
Notes for a possible foreward. Handwritten draft. No date. Annotated in red ink.
"Perot's Ticket to the White House." Article written by Larry Gelbart for New York Times, June 16, 1992.
"Japan Buys a Used President," aka "ERR:Emperor Ronald Reagan," New York Times Op/Ed by Larry Gelbart, 1989. 7 drafts, some w/ annotations. - Short version, for a Beverly Hills Library Reading, 10/28/90, 2 copies. - Correspondence re: article.
Population Institute Speech written by Larry Gelbart for Jack Lemmon. Three copies. No date. 2 pages.
Invitation to Speak at the Annual Supreme Court Luncheon, June 7, 1983. - Letter from Louis C. Blau, attached article by Gelbart: "In Defense of Laughter. - Typed transcript of Gelbart speech, annotated, 14 p. - Handwritten speech, 15 p.
University of Southern California, Marked "1973 or 1974?," typed copy and 2 sets of notes. - Commencement Speech for Cinema-Television, 5/9/91. - Printed reproductions of Commencement speech (Emmy, Washington Post)
Foundation for New American Music, 9/14/80 & 1982. ABC: "State of TV," 9/15/77. - Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters Lunch, 5/15/87, photos (6) Gelbart, C. Reiner, G. Reynolds, etc. - Academy Awards, 11/12/81 - Laurel Awards (P. Chayefski).
Speech for Sandra Moss, Chairperson of SHARE. May, 1988. - 2 Thank you letters from Moss to Gelbart.
Misc speeches, one dated January 2, 1991. 8 items.
Speech for Doctor's Luncheon in Chicago. Given at Cedars-Sinai.
"The Jewish Artist: Realities and Myths." Transcript of Speech given to the Hadassah Beverly Hills Chapter, April 20 1994. Includes cover letter as invitation, January 10, 1994.
Transcript of speech given at the Palm Springs Museum to the Women's Committee. January 23, 1995.
Humanatias Prize Luncheon, Keynote Address. Given by Larry Gelbart at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, July 6, 1995. - Transcript, 9 pages, letters of thanks re: speech. - Program and list of prize finalists.
The Internation Friends of Grafitti Appreciation and Recital Society." Humorous speech written by Larry Gelbart and Jerry Ross, no date.
Text of speech delivered at the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters Lunch, May 15, 1987, 11 pages.
Humanitas Prize Luncheon, Keynote address by Larry Gelbart. July 6, 1995. 9 pages.
Invitation to a surprise birthday party/tribute. Invitation is in the form of a Daily Racing Form. January 27, 1990.
Tribute to Hy Averback hosted by Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters. Correspondence with Larry Gelbart regarding tribute, May 3 1996.
Transcript of speech given in tribute by Larry Gelbart at the Pacifc Pioneer Broadcaster Luncheon. No date.
Letter and contract with the Museum of Broadcasting re: Jack Benny book and exhibition, incl. it's Statement of Purpose. 7 drafts/versions (typed) of L.G.'s Forward to MB 's book. - Incl. background information on Jack Benny. Written by: Museum of Broadcasting; Benny, Jack
Foreword by Larry Gelbart for a book about Jack Benny. No date. 2 pages.
Museum of Broadcasting Tribute to Milton Berle, April 19 - May 30, 1985. Program, 51 p. - 2 typed versions of speech by Larry Gelbart, and 11 handwritten pages, and 6 pages of notes. Written by: Berle, Milton; Museum of Broadcasting
Eulogy given by Larry Gelbart at Temple Emanu-El, 30 April, 1989, 6 typed versions with annotations. Written by: Berle, Ruth
Tribute: "A Gala Evening with George Burns: The Museum of Broadcasting, Sunday, November 5, 1989, The Plaza Hotel, Grand Ballroom." Drafts of Program: Order of Events/Speakers, 4 versions. Written by: Museum of Broadcasting; Burns, George
Tribute to George Burns for his 100th Birthday and a dedication of The Burns & Allen Research Institute.
Transcript of eulogy given at the Jay Burton Memorial Service, April 28, 1993.
Tribute: Life Time Achievement Award for Red Buttons. Handwritten notepad, 13 pages, undated. Written by: Buttons, Red
Museum of Broadcasting Tribute to Sid Caesar, November 9 - December 31, 1982. - Program with "an appreciation by Steve Allen." - Two articles: Daily News 11/12/82 & Washington Post, n.d. - Handwritten speech by Larry Gelbart, 4 pages. Written by: Ceasar, Sid; Museum of Broadcasting
Articles honoring Sid Caesar and "Caesar's Hour," 1996.
One-page drafts of tribute to Cy Coleman, Sept. 1990, 4 drafts with annotations. Written by: Coleman, Cy
Memorial (to Crosby) and tribute to his partner, Bob Hope. - 3 typed transcripts by Larry Gelbart, March 1, 1982. - One handwritten draft. Written by: Crosby, Bing; Hope, Bob
Preston Sturges Award presented to Blake Edwards by the Writers Guild of America, west amd the Directors Guild of America. October 22-4, 1993.
Two souvenier booklets from the People for Americam Way's 1996 "Spirit of Liberty Award dinner honoring Michael Fuchs.
Transcript of memorial speech for Jack Gilford given by Larry Gelbart at Minneapolis, 20 June 1990. 3 copies, incl. .1 handwritten. Written by: Gilford, Jack
Memorial: "A Few Words about Buddy." Eulogy given by Larry Gelbart at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York City, April 30, 1996. 3 pages. 2 copies. - Similar eulogy given at the Friars Club, Beverly Hills, June 1996.
Greenbaum, Everett & Hal Kantor
Transcript of tribute given to Everett Greenbaum and Hal Kantor, marked "Birthday Party, Winter '92." 4 pages.
Museum of Broadcasting Tribute, May 2-June 14, 1986, Exhibit" A Half Century on Radio and Television:, 78 p. - Dinner speech, St. Regis Hotel, N.Y.C., 6 pages of notes, notecards 2 -22. - Invitation to Studio2, NBC Burbank: 85th Birthday Celebration. Written by: Museum of Broadcasting; Hope, Bob
Articles of tribute to the career of Bob Hope, 1996. - Correspondence with the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, re: "Bob Hope and the Academy: 50-50," May 20, 1996.
Johnson, Lyndon B
Washington's Salute to President Johnson, May 26, 1964. Program with Presidential seal and Participant Backstage Pass for Larry Gelbart. Gelbart wrote material for Gregory Peck, Allan Sherman, Gina Lollobrigida.
Transcript of eulogy given at the Arthur Julian Memorial Service, Writers Guild of America Theater, March 3, 1995.
Kantor, Joseph S
Transcript of eulogy given at the Memorial Service for Joseph S. Kantor, April 26, 1993.
Kennedy Center Honors
Booklet from the 1995 Kennedy Center Honors. Awards were given to Jacques d'Amboise, Marilyn Horne, B.B. King, Sidney Poitier, & Neil Simon. Cover is autographed by participants.
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald
Washington's Salute to President Kennedy, Jan.1964: texts by L. G. for several participants, ms draft and typed versions. Incl. telegram from Lyndon Johnson and note from The White House. - "JFK Remembered", Visual Arts Project, 1993, 3 typed versions. Written by: JFK Remembered
Tribute for Ernest Lehman's 80th birthday, written by Larry Gelbart. Includes correspondence with Steven Suskin who coordinated the tribute.
Draft letter of condolence "Dear Hannah and David, no date. - Another condolence leter " Dear Felicia" re Nick..no date.
Tribute speeches for Henry Mancini. Written by Larry Gelbart, delivered by various celebrities. Speeches dated 4/18/94. - Contact speech for possible participants.
Academy Foundation: "Mercer and the Movies," October 22, 1987. - Scripts for the program (2), one handwritten, no dates. - Program sequences (5) with annotations. - Background materials on Johnny Mercer w/ cover letter from Douglas Edwards 10/24/87. Written by: Academy Foundation; Mercer, Johnny
Handwritten notes on cards, 9 cards, no date.
Tribute given by Larry Gelbart, June 1990. Typed transcript, in the form of a primer, with cover letter and annotations. - MS transcript, also in primer form. Written by: Penn, Arthur
Reiner, Carl and Estelle
Transcript of speech given at the Reiner's 50th Anniversary celebration, December 3, 1993.
Program and speech for the Sherwood Schwartz dinner at the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild. Schwartz received the Spotlight Award. October 29, 1995.
"A Memorial Celebration for Don Siegel, October 26, 1912 - April 20, 1991." A pamphlet for a memorial held at the Directors Guild of America, June 8, 1991.
New York Friars Club Tribute to Neil Simon, April 25 1993. Program and seating. - Excerpt from "Art of Theater." Souvenir booklet. - Letters to Larry Gelbart re: speech given at the tribute.
Q/A session with Stephen Sondheim, no date.
Memorial article written by Larry Gelbart for Danny Thomas. Published in New York Times, February 17, 1991. 2 copies (one is a photocopy). - Two typed originals with cover letters. Written by: Thomas, Danny
Transcript of speech given to honor Lou Weiss. 2 pages. No date. Annotated.
Career achievement award, 1995. Presented by the Writers Guild Foundation. Program and rundown.
Congratulatory cards for various Gelbart projects: M*A*S*H, City of Angeles, & Mastergate.
Birthday cards for Larry Gelbart, mostly from 1988-1991.
Holiday Cards: Rosh Hashana, New Years, Christmas, St Patricks Day.
Post cards from friends traveling abroad.
Invitations to various functions, parties, and ceremonies.
Thank you cards from friends: Jack Paar, Miriam Paar, Danny Thomas family, et al.
Letters and cards from family members.
Cards from friends, miscellaneous topics, 1986-90.
Birthday cards for Larry Gelbart, February 25, 1992. -Thank yous and Holidays, 1992.
Cards from friends and family, 1992-4.
Cards received 1994-6.
Cards received 1997.
Cards received 1996.
Cards received, no date. Either 1996 or 1997.
Personal items, June 1997.
Eulogy for Pat Gelbart's mother, written by Larry Gelbart. 1989. Marked "VI's Eulogy." 9 pages. - MS notes for Eulogy.
Adam Gelbart. 2 items. Cowiehouse School Christmas Concert program, 12/12/64. - Temple Emanu-El, Program for Worship (4:00 PM, Bar Mitzvah of Adam Gelbart), 3/9/74.
Eulogy for Frieda Gelbart. Series of handwritten notecards, marked "Eulogy for Mother."
Articles regarding Harry Gelbart's defection from Drucker's Barber Shop, Naming of Racehorse for H. Gelbart, and recovery from a Fire at Gelbart's barbershop. - "The Invisble Haircut," by Irving Lehrer, 1954, 65 p. - Letter to J. Rezikoff re: JFK
Sketch, typed with annotations, featuring 'Harry" [Gelbar?], Andy, Patti, customers in barbershop. Marked 3rd draft. No date. Two acts. 31 pages.
Yearbooks (5): Marshall High School, Chicago: 1942 "June Review" (see pages 15 & 87) & 1945 "Marshall Review." Fairfax High School: 1945 "Colonial," 25th Year Reunion (June 12, 1970), 60th Anniversary Reunion, 1984 (see Intro. & Hall of Fame).
"Wac-Happy," marked" written by Larry Gelbart, 1943. Handwritten on steno paper, 9 pages. - Gregg Steno Note Book marked "Personal Property of Larry Gelbart and Jack Mauck, Inc." On back, marked "Fairfax High School, LA, 1942."
Transcript with lyrics of tribute for Pat Marshall's (Mrs. Gelbart) 70th birthday party, January 17, 1994.
Lyrics to a song in tribute to Pat Marshall (Mrs. Gelbart) written by Cathy Gelbart and edited by Larry Gelbart, January 10, 1994. 2 pages.
Letters, cards to Larry Gelbart during a trip to Europe, 1977.
British equity, visiting artist membership card. - Two copies of a daily crossword in which Gelbart is one of the clues.
Promotion to Sergeant. September 1946. War Department, Information and Education Department, Los Angeles Branch Office. 2 copies.
Airforce papers: Authorization for Bob Hope's crew to use military aircraft for transport between USO shows, 12/30/48. - Program for "The Airlift Christmas Caravan," Germany 1948. - Scroll of Appreciation to Gelbart for services rendered, May 1951.
Passports (3): United States Passports: 1951, 1955-9, 1980-5.
Photographs (21items): L. Gelbart & G. Reynolds, 1991. - Gelbart, G. Reynolds, G. Burns, M. Berle, et al. - Gelbart & T. Randal et al. - P. Domingo & P. Strassbly, Gelbart family, B. Tatte, H. Averback, E. Garner, Gelbart on TV (Casa Gutierez, 3/24/86)
Autographed photograph: "To Larry with admiration and respect -- with laughter and tears, always." Signature is illegible. Dated 1993.
4 black and white photographs of Larry Gelbart. No date.
RMS Queen Elizabeth
Passenger Lists (2), includes Larry, Pat and Becky Gelbart. - Correspondence on ship's stationary. - Certificate of crossing the equator.
Slade, Hampton & Son Ltd
Certificate of ownership of an Apollo 11 commemorative medal. Purchased, July 20, 1969.
Walkenstein, Marcia Gelbart
Two articles summarizing the photographic career of Gelbart's sister, 1992.
Handwritten eulogy marked "for Marcia's Memorial Service, Miami - April 21, 1996."
Screenplay entitled "Joy" by Ian Abrams, based on Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Marked "For Larry Gelbart, 'The Master.' Completed second draft, October 3 1991, 107 p.
Birth of a Network
Typed MS by Dan Harrison, with dedication to Larry Gelbart and Stanley Ralph Ross. - Historcal annalysis of the Fox Broadcasting Company's television development. 143 pages.
Script for either film or television project by Becky Gelbart and Susan Kramer, second draft, October 27 1986, 31 p.
Broadcast Standards in the 1970s
The sixth chapter of a larger piece, written by Leslie Jackson Turner, regarding television in the 1970s. Includes a letter to Larry Gelbart explaining the piece, September 9, 1996.
Dismissed in the Interest of No One
Outline by Anthony Schneider, April 1990. Includes correspondence.
Dying is Easy, Comedy is Hard
Excerpt from untitled book. Chapter four: "Dying is Easy, Comedy is Hard." Annotated and autographed. No date.
Feats of Clay
Notes for "Feats of Clay". No date. 44 pages.
Flying Karamazov Brothers Juggling Music
Proposal for a music video album, 3 pages, no date.
Submitted by Judd Bernard, 9 page synopsis by Patric McGrath, May 9, 1990.
How to Make a Good Script Great
Essay on improving ones script writing skills. Essay serves as an introduction to a longer piece. No date. 6 pages.
Larry Gelbart Presents Comedy Tonight
"WTTW Productions offers for your consideration.. Larry Gelbart Presents Comedy Tonight, A comedy anthology series of six 60 minute original works or adaptations." Proposal for a PBS comedy anthology by Mike Hirsch" No date. 7 p. Annotated.
Synopsis for a musical by Carolyn Leigh, in the form of a letter to Larry Gelbart, May 5 1982, 4 pages. Includes lyrics.
Music and lyrics to "Overnight Success," dated 1987.
Something to Believe In
Submitted scenes and related correspondence between Larry Gelbart and Lord Grade of Elstree (The Grade Company), July 1983.
Synopsis of the novel "Stepwives" by Phillis Stevens, July 3, 1990. Includes cover letter to Lou Blau from Jack E. Reedman, July 20, 1990.
Sweet Dreams Atlantic City
Synopsis of a stage production being written/produced by Cy Coleman and Christopher Gore
Audio and Video Tapes
57TH ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS
Audio cassette. Five nominated songs.
Audio cassette. Research, 1983.
Audio cassette. Final 1984.
3 audio cassettes. n.d.
BARBARIANS AT THE GATE
Prod. Day #21, Shot 4/27-92.
Two audio cassettes. Read by the authors Bryan Burroughs and Jophn Helyar. Harper Audio edition.
Nos 1-3. n.d.
BLAME IT ON RIO
Audio cassette. "I must be doing soemthing right".
Three audio cassettes. "Characters:, 12/16/79; "Outline", 12/16/79; Arthur Penn 5/28/80.
Audio cassette. "From Century Plaza", 1973.
Audio cassette. "Tribute to Ross MacDonald". n.d.
CITY OF ANGELS
Opening night reviews and reports, n.d.
C-D of the Original London Cast Recording.
Audio cassette: Act II of original Tokyo cast.
Audio cassette. Original Tokyo cast. Act I and II.
DEATH IS FOR SUCKERS
10 audio cassettes, 6 dated May 1987 (Cy, David, Larry, and Act I ), 1 dated 1985 (Larry Cy Coleman), 1 dated 1984 (Larry , Cy Coleman), 2 undated.
Two audio cassettes. "Soap interview", n.d. "Dustin/Susan Pratt" 4/3/81.
EVENING WITH LARRY GELBART
Hosted by Keith Berwick, March 26, 1987, DGA. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 2 audio cassettes.
FILM AT 11
Audio cassette. Larry Gelbart and Arthur Penn, 6/5/79.
GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD 1994
Three audio cassettes: "Voyage to Lilliput" and Voyage to Brobdingnag. Sir Joyhn Gielgud, Music by Patrick Williams, narrated by Larry Gelbart.
Audio cassette. O'Brian with Gelbart, 12/5/78.
JACK O'BRIAN SHOW
Audio cassette. WOR (Radio), NYC 10/1/84.
JACK OAKIE MEMORIAL LECTURE
2 Audio cassettes. "Comedy for the Screen", 11/12/81.
8 audio cassettes, Janaury - December 1984, many with Peggy Gilbert. December 6 tapes include Patrick Palmer, Charles Milhaupt, Meeting to Discuss, Revisions on First Draft.
Audio cassette. Unidentified event, n.d.
Audio cassette. "Tootsie, M.A.S.H. and me"Santa Barbara Writers Conference". n.d. [on reverse side of tape with CHARLES CHAMPLIN].
Pilot Episode, September 17,1972. 20th Anniversary Collection Edition.
Audio cassette. Reynolds/Gelbart/Carol Hemongway, Jan. 1976.
Audio cassette. Songs :Five Gold Stars", "Big Mac Is Comin". Loudon Wainwright III. n.d.
Audio cassette. MASH segment, on "All Things Considered", 1/28/83.
Rollins & Joffe Imagination Prod. Final Edited Sweetend Master Viewing Dub Stereo, 10/25/92
Showtime. Mastergate Compilation Reel, promos. n.d.
Showtime Networks, Inc. Mastergate Clips, CBS Sunday Morning 11/1/92; Entertainment Tonight 11/1/92; CNN Showbiz 10/30/92; E! Entertainment 10/28/92.
TV News, 3 minutes, n.d. Video D Studios, NYC
MVP Films, The Golden Group. "What Did the President Know", 10/2/89.
Mastergate # 2, n.d.
First Cut View Copy, 9/22/92.
Raw footage, Video D Studios, Inc. N.Y.C., n.d.
MERCER AND THE MOVIES
Waldorf Astoria, NYC, November 9, 1987. Incl note resound quality of the tape.
MICHAEL JACKSON SHOW
Audio cassette. KABC, 3/2/83.
Audio cassette. Martin ..., Harry Handlim, Rebecca York, 12/6/78.
NOTHING BUT A LADY
Audio cassette. L. G and Everett Greenbaum. interview with Miss Alvernel (?). Research, 1982.
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE
 Songs from .. Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston. 1/4 inch tape.
Audio cassette. Marked "Yeston". n.d.
Audio Cassette. Presentation 5/26/87.
PAY THE MILLION DOLLARS
Audio cassette. Sketch, 1983 or 1982.
PETER AND THE WOLF
Studio Run Thru, 10/22/91
ABT, October 1991
Audio cassette, note attached "Not good, but with video, it might help."
Audio cassette: LSO- Previns. n.d.
SCREENING ROOM SICKNESS
Audio cassette. L.G. notes for review of Ernest Lehman's book, 1982.
STEVE ALLEN SHOW
2 audio cassettes, WNEW w/ Larry Gelbart, Part I and Part 2, 9/24/87.
Audio cassettes with Larry Gelbart, 12/14/87.
Larry Gelbart Clips. Vid-Edit, Los Angeles. n.d.
30audio cassettes of conversations Hoffman-Ashby-Gelbart--Pollack. January-December 1981.
Two audio cassettes. Tape # 31 and Log.
Audio cassettes for episodes # 1,2,4,7,8.9.10,13,14,15,18,20, and Theme.
Audio cassette: Interview on Public Radio, n.d.
Audio cassette: Greenfield, CBS- May 4.
Audio cassette. Live from Trumps", 3/16/85.
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