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Thu Oct 16 17:51:19 2014 UTClccn-n790345040.00Raphaelson, Samson0.321.00Papers of MacKinlay Kantor,120740338Samson_Raphaelsonn 79034504268102Ralphaelson, Samson 1896-Ralphaelson, Samson 1896-1983Raphaelson, S. 1896-1983Raphaelson, SamsonRaphaelson, Samuel 1896-1983lccn-n50043553Lubitsch, Ernst1892-1947proprfflmdrtlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n85376712Loew's Incorporatedlccn-no98092622Criterion Collection (Firm)fdslccn-n86075619Ruggles, Charlie1886-1970actlccn-no97033096Reville, Almasceauswamlccn-n85376648Hardwicke, Cedric1893-1964cstprfactlccn-n85138152Schildkraut, Joseph1895-1964cstactlccn-n79027022Hitchcock, Alfred1899-1980prfflmdrtlccn-n50031212Grant, Cary1904-1986cstprfactRaphaelson, Samson1896-1983DramaFilm adaptationsMotion picture playsTelevision adaptationsFilm and video adaptationsHistoryFictionMusical filmsBiographyInterviewsMan-woman relationshipsLoveNew York (State)--New YorkOnline datingJewish singersJazz musiciansFathers and sonsMurderHusbandsBridesCantors (Judaism)Hungary--BudapestBús-Fekete, László,ThievesUnited StatesOperasAdulteryHellHeavenDevilRaphaelson, Samson,WaitressesRestaurantsMail order bridesJewsAdams, Samuel Hopkins,Jazz singersPen palsAnonymous lettersDrama--TechniqueMotion picture plays, AmericanWidowsStein, Leo,Léon, Victor,MarriageMarried peopleChristmasManners and customsEnglandScrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character)Cities and townsJournalistsSquattersConnecticutCourtshipWomen musiciansPrincessesAdvertisingFlirtingSaroyan, William,189619831920192219251927192819291931193219341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119531954195819591964196619701972197919801981198219831985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320149838222564791.4372PN1997ocn051283471ocn059824461ocn049694150ocn055117553ocn019753431ocn212023799ocn212023737ocn021171482ocn035231438ocn013313736ocn461326933ocn045616316ocn799974958ocn799468383ocn801057410ocn801058265ocn044068728ocn673708651ocn421972657ocn676623396ocn781474891ocn780783364ocn691334393ocn407269284ocn871461997ocn691864170ocn762441275ocn822846805ocn742925733ocn221848240ocn221491591ocn221425283ocn220149224ocn884923465ocn691227097ocn797534085ocn757142746125526ocn056493609visu19410.22Hitchcock, AlfredSuspicionDramaFilm adaptationsAlfred Hitchcock weaves a terrifying web of suspicion around a fragile young English bride and captures a classic suspense thriller. Joan Fontaine is the bride, a gently-reared heiress who fears she has married a murderer. Cary Grant is the husband, a dashing ne'er-do-well with a penchant for the high life--and a bank account that's strictly low-life110620ocn050777039visu19390.20Lubitsch, ErnstThe shop around the cornerDramaFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsFilm adaptationsLove storiesThe setting is pre-World War II Budapest. Bickering co-workers in a gift shop don't realize they're lonelyhearts penpals+-+864423469632487012ocn059824461visu19430.21Lubitsch, ErnstHeaven can waitDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsNewly deceased playboy Henry Van Cleve arrives at the outer offices of Hades where he asks a bemused Satan for permission to enter the gates of Hell. Though the Devil doubts he will qualify, Henry proceeds to recount a lifetime wooing and pursuing women+-+961459400682912ocn051283471visu19320.25Lubitsch, ErnstTrouble in paradiseFictionDramaFilm adaptations"When thief Gaston Monescu meets his true love in pickpocket Lily, they embark on a scam to rob lovely perfume company executive Mariette Colet. But when Gaston becomes romantically entangled with Mme. Colet, their larcenous ruse is jeopardized and Gaston is forced to choose between two beautiful women." -- Container+-+54745940064722ocn049694150visu20020.19Sidney, GeorgeThe Harvey girlsHistoryDramaFilm adaptations"Pour beaucoup, la conquête de l'Ouest rime avec destinées sanglantes, jetées de lasso et marquages au fer rouge. Pour d'autres, elle rime avec une copieuse assiette de porc, un bon café et le service impeccable des Harvey Girls3766ocn001484694book19510.50Raphaelson, SamsonHilda Crane, a drama3743ocn055117553visu20040.19In the good old summertimeFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsMusical remake of 'Shop around the corner' involving two feuding store employees who are unknowingly engaged in a romantic relationship as anonymous pen pals3552ocn001330418book19490.59Raphaelson, SamsonThe human nature of playwritingThe author offers a "case history" method as a means of exploring human experience, and explains the means by which such experience may be adapted to the dramatists' craft3486ocn009441318book19830.63Raphaelson, SamsonThree screen comediesMotion picture plays3058ocn000362047book19380.59Raphaelson, SamsonSkylarkDramaThe day after their tenth anniversary, advertising man and his wife begin having trouble and face a possible divorce30416ocn000295588book19340.70Raphaelson, SamsonAccent on youth and White man : two playsDramaMuskogee Playgoers League presents "Accent on Youth," a comedy in three acts by Samuel Raphaelson, 228 performances at the Plymouth Theatre, New York. Scenery designed by Maynard Samsen, company manager Phil Tippen. During intermission have your handwriting analyzed by Miss Maud Mosher+-+88505182052728ocn019753431visu19340.27Lehár, FranzThe merry widowFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe merry widow of the title is Sonia, the wealthy and beautiful young woman from the tiny European country, Marshovia. When she moves to Paris, she is courted by the suave Prince Danilo who needs her money to save his country from financial ruin2538ocn000397269book19420.59Raphaelson, SamsonJasonDrama2353ocn461326933visu20090.17Greatest classic films collectionDramaThe shop around the corner: Two bickering employees at a gift shop don't realize that they're falling in love through the post as each other's anonymous pen pal+-+864423469632423214ocn212023737visu19320.30Lubitsch, ErnstOne hour with youDramaA seemingly blissful couple's marriage hits the skids when the wife's flirtatious school chum comes on to her husband a bit too strong2195ocn212023799visu19970.29The smiling lieutenantDramaA Viennese lieutenant is enamored of a freethinking all-girl-orchestra-leading cutie. But complications ensue when the sexually repressed princess of Flausenthurm sets her sights on him1486ocn002194375book19250.77Raphaelson, SamsonThe jazz singerDrama10011ocn669175906visu19530.19Raphaelson, SamsonThe jazz singerDramaFilm adaptationsA Jewish cantor's son defies his father to pursue a career in popular music993ocn769826119visu19860.18Green Dolphin StreetDramaFilm adaptationsTwo beautiful daughters of a wealthy merchant fall in love with the same man. He goes abroad to seek his fortune, and drunkenly addresses his proposal to the wrong sister784ocn002693257book19280.86Raphaelson, SamsonYoung love : a comedy4914ocn024648172visu19910.26Crosland, AlanThe jazz singerHistoryDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsThe son of a Jewish cantor pursues his dream of becoming a pop singer against his father's wishes901ocn085446317visu20070.14Goldberg, Gary DavidMust love dogsFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsSarah Nolan is divorced, demoralized and dateless - until her sister posts her profile on Now she has a lot of dates, mainly with weirdos, weepers, lechers and jocks. Then she meets Jake, a soulful boat builder whose idea of true love comes straight from the movies. Jake is attractive, smart and maybe a bit too intense for Sarah, so she passes him by. But in passing him up, she may be passing up a real chance for love331ocn018344838visu19820.24Creativity with Bill Moyers221ocn225058114visu20040.19In the good old summertimeFictionDramaFilm and video adaptations"A tale of squabbling music-shop clerks who don't know they're romantic pen pals."--Container124ocn006779904mix19790.90Sabath, BarryErnst Lubitsch and Samson Raphaelson : a study in collaborationHistory52ocn009966333visu19820.47Samson RaphaelsonBiographyInterviewsHost Bill Moyers discusses with playwright and screenwriter Raphaelson his creative techniques11ocn122569466mix19591.00Raphaelson, SamsonReminiscences of Samson Raphaelson :InterviewsLower East Side New York City and Chicago; stage and film versions of THE JAZZ SINGER; YOUNG LOVE; move to Hollywood, 1929; scriptwriter; life in Hollywood; major motion picture studios; relations with producers, agents, directors, actors; censorship; impressions of Al Jolson, George Jessel, Harry Cohn, Ernst Lubitsch, Myron Selznick, Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, and others11ocn702327818book1.00[Pamphlets by and about Samson Raphaelson]11ocn061051215art1999Raphaelson, Samson11ocn741779561art19850.10Raphaelson, Samson. authorBiography11ocn028411056mix1.00Carringer, Robert LRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence with Samson Raphaelson (1973-1974) relating to the acquisition of Raphaelson's papers, playscripts, and filmscripts by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; financial records of the publication Macguffin (1973-1975); and publications (1974-1975) on motion pictures11ocn034223422book19940.47Mullen, John RussellSamson Raphaelson forgotten playwrightCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn531901800art19950.10Quigley, MartinRaphaelson, Samson: WriterBiography Dictionaries11ocn676854011visu20090.19Raphaelson, SamsonThe jazz singerDramaFilm adaptationsThe son of a Jewish cantor pursues his dream of becoming a pop singer against his father's wishes11ocn501327889mix1.00Raphaelson, SamsonSamson Raphaelson collectionSamson Raphaelson is a playwright, a screenwriter, and author of many short stories. He is also an alumnus and a one-time visiting professor of the University of Illinois. The collection in Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes items from his library and typescripts of his work. A separate selection of his personal and professional papers is held by the University Archives11ocn071066291mix1.00Kantor, MacKinlayPapers of MacKinlay KantorRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Kantor's wife Irene Layne Kantor and other members of the Kantor (Canter) family, Franklin P. Adams, Sherwood Anderson, Stephen Vincent Benét, Ned Brown, James Cagney, Bennett Cerf, Stuart Cloete, Saxe Commins, Joseph Cotten, Will Crawford, Walter Damrosch, Paul Engle, José Ferrer, M.F.K. Fisher, Donald Friede, Paul T. Gilbert, Lillian Gish, Richard Glendenning, David Gray, Charles Grayson, Alden Hatch, Joseph Arnold Hayes, Ernest Hemingway, Ben Hibbs, Burl Ives, Alfred A. Knopf, Margaret Leech, Curtis LeMay, Daniel Longwell, Myrna Loy, John D. MacDonald, John P. Marquand, Herbert R. Mayes, Tim McCann and Coward-McCann Publishers, Clark R. Mollenhoff, Frank Luther Mott, Richard M. Nixon, Gregory Peck, Samson Raphaelson, Paul R. Reynolds, Charles Robbins, Edward G. Robinson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carl Sandburg, Sydney Sanders, Ben Stahl, Rex Stout, H.N. Swanson, Daniel Taradash, Rudy Vallée, Frederic Franklyn Van de Water, Henry Agard Wallace, Richard Whiteman, Grant Wood, and members of the U.S. Air Force11ocn071060813file1.00Cain, James MJames M. Cain papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Charles Angoff, B.A. Bergman, E. Manchester Boddy, Huntington Cairns, Raymond Chandler, Joan Crawford, Constance Cummings (Levy), James T. Farrell, Wolcott Gibbs, Ruth Goetz, La Nora Griffith, Arthur Hornblow, Jr., Paul Hume, E.J. Kahn, Alfred A. Knopf, Blanche W. Knopf, Arthur Krock, Walter Lippmann, David Madden, Gilbert Malcolm, Morris Markey, Carey McWilliams, H.L. Mencken, Robert Nathan, Allan Nevins, Joyce Carol Oates, Seán O'Faoláin, Hamilton Owens, Dorothy (Dorshka) Wegman Raphaelson, Samson Raphaelson, Edward G. Robinson, Wheeler Sammons, Robert B. Sinclair, Laurence Stallings, Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Bayard Swope, Gore Vidal, Rebecca West, E.B. White, Katharine Sergeant Angell White, Edmund Wilson, Tom Wolfe, and publishing agents and concerns such as Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., Harold Ober Associates, and H.N. Swanson, Inc+-+5474594006+-+5474594006Thu Oct 16 15:36:21 EDT 2014batch31725