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Thu Oct 16 17:59:57 2014 UTClccn-n820631650.00Eliot Asinof papers,0.261.00Edna Mahan papers,50569281David_Susskindn 82063165760023lccn-nr00032774Broadway Theatre Archivelccn-n82154794McNeil, Claudiaactlccn-n81112559Columbia Pictures Corporationlccn-n79095315Poitier, Sidneyactlccn-n85823877Rose, Philip1921-2011lccn-no94034365Columbia TriStar Home Video (Firm)lccn-n79049135Talent Associateslccn-n50017744Hansberry, Lorraine1930-1965scelccn-n81108691CBS Television Networklccn-n85201917Gossett, Louis1936-Susskind, David1920-1987DramaFilm adaptationsTelevision playsParodies, imitations, etcTelevision adaptationsTelevision plays, AmericanHistoryInterviewsFictionFilm and video adaptationsAfrican American familiesMan-woman relationshipsIllinois--ChicagoRacismMinoritiesHansberry, Lorraine,Sales personnelUnited StatesFathers and sonsMiller, Arthur,Mothers and daughtersYoung menMissouri--Saint LouisLoman, Willy (Fictitious character)Greek drama (Tragedy)Twain, Mark,Restaurants--EmployeesWomenFamiliesSusskind, David,One-person shows (Performing arts)EuripidesActorsSelf-hate (Psychology)AlcoholicsNew York (State)--New YorkMedea (Greek mythology)New York (State)--New York--BronxEnglandPoliceBoxingFilm adaptationsTelevision playsRacism in motion picturesFamilies in motion picturesMotion picturesTelevision producers and directorsIbsen, Henrik,Television personalitiesTheatrical producers and directorsMotion picture producers and directorsCrimeBoxing--Corrupt practicesTheaterActingShakespeare, William,Method actingActing--Study and teachingWomen--PsychologyTelevision broadcasting192019871956195719581959196019611962196419651966196719691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198419851986198719881989199019911993199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201311873207316791.4372PN1997ocn051759685ocn050015856ocn044127057ocn501177712ocn156977841ocn698771807ocn630571370ocn051489005ocn748767951ocn057365078ocn842147034ocn669071221ocn044596654ocn044598232ocn044598089ocn781430059306016ocn043778792visu19610.23Hansberry, LorraineA raisin in the sunHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsFilm of the award-winning play about a struggling black family living on Chicago's South Side and the impact of an unexpected insurance bequest. Each family member sees the bequest as the means of realizing dreams and of escape from grinding frustrations+-+0739565535324138713ocn050015856visu19660.25Miller, ArthurDeath of a salesmanDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision playsAn abbreviated television adaptation of Arthur Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a middle-aged man's emotional turmoil+-+995142412513496ocn051759685visu20010.22Williams, TennesseeTennessee Williams' The glass menagerieDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision plays, AmericanA strong willed woman attempts to impose her shattered dreams into the life and personality of her shy, reclusive daughter5332ocn044127057visu19990.20Twain, MarkHal Holbrook in the CBS Television network special Mark Twain tonight!Caricatures and cartoonsBiography Caricatures and cartoonsParodies, imitations, etcDramaFilm adaptationsHolbrook presents Mark Twain's writings on politics, the art of lying, religion, patriotism and slavery, showing that Twain's opinions are timeless52110ocn049845743visu19750.31O'Neill, EugeneA moon for the misbegottenDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptations"In a towering performance, the late, great Jason Robards portrays a cynical, self-hating alcoholic actor based on O'Neill's elder brother, Jamie. The majestic Colleen Dewhurst plays the earthy, gruff daughter of his scheming Irish tenant farmer with whom the failed actor spends a soul-baring night of guilt-ridden confessions, tenderness, and absolution"--Container3694ocn053142614visu19950.19Petrie, DanielFort Apache, the BronxDramaPolicemen of the 41st Precinct in the Bronx face murders, riots, and drugs on the outside, and corruption and indifference on the inside+-+67706683253243343ocn049884296visu19620.22Requiem for a heavyweightHistoryDramaDrama about a heavyweight fighter who, as a broken man at the end of his fighting career, is coerced by his manager into participating in staged wrestling matches3288ocn020511702visu19590.37EuripidesMedeaDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsA modern-language production of the classic tragedy of a proud woman betrayed by the man she loves3141ocn501177712visu20090.23Acting ShakespeareActor Ian McKellen performs scenes from Shakespeare's plays and reads selections from the sonnets, with supporting lecture material on the linguistic and cultural background of Shakespeare's work and on dramatic technique+-+70878726963243053ocn020682582visu19880.12Scorsese, MartinAlice doesn't live here anymoreDramaAlice Hyatt's husband dies accidentally, leaving her to care for their son, Tommy. Unskilled, Alice decides to return to Monterey, California, where she was once a singer. Because she is short of funds, she must work her way there. They encounter difficult situations along the way and a rancher, David Barrie2602ocn137341729visu20070.20Henrik Ibsen's Hedda GablerDramaHedda has just come back from her honeymoon, married to boring but reliable academic George Tesman. Refusing to tie herself down in life and name, Hedda is banking on George being appointed a professorship to secure a better life for the young couple. However, the arrival of cleaned up ex-lover Eilert threatens to destroy everything2557ocn698771807visu19770.21Ayckbourn, AlanThe Norman conquestsDramaTelevision comediesTelevision adaptationsPassions flare and tempers rise when three couples cross paths at a country house one weekend. It all begins with the arrival of Reg and his wife, Sarah. They've come to give Reg's younger sister, Annie, a few days' break from caring for their bedridden mother. However, Annie confides that she's seeing someone, not Tom, the single young vet who's pursuing her, but her brother-in-law, Norman. Appalled, Sarah informs Norman's wife, Ruth, and all hell breaks loose. Ayckbourn's trilogy tells the same weekend story from three different vantage points in the house and garden, and can be watched in any order2501ocn156977841visu20070.28The Henrik Ibsen collectionFictionDramaFilm adaptationsThis collection includes adaptations of Henrik Ibsen's work and features performances from lauded actors such as Anthony Hopkins and Charles Dance2286ocn630568156visu20030.59Back to back two new comediesDramaTelevision plays, AmericanTwo one-act plays by John Mortimer. In The Dock brief an inept lawyer defends a man who is guilty of murder. In What shall we tell Caroline? a foul-tempered, but loving, husband seeks to shelter his wife and daughter from the realities of life19910ocn049915674visu19660.39Cocteau, JeanThe human voiceDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision plays"Ingrid Bergman plays a middle-aged woman going through a psychological crisis as a love affair ends. French playwright Jean Cocteau's pioneering one-character drama unfolds in the form of an extended monologue -- a one-sided telephone conversation in which the woman tries to win back her lover despite her growing suspicion that he is calling from his young fiancée's home."--Container1692ocn003272558book19770.90The Crisis in medical professional negligence, fact or fancy? : [Proceedings of a panel discussion moderated by David Susskind at the American Bar Association's annual meeting in Montreal, Canada on August 13, 1975, sponsored by the Section of Litigation]1521ocn298262337visu20090.20Edge of the cityDramaIf you need a job Charlie Malik can find a spot for you in the dockside railyards. All he needs in return is that you show up on time, work hard, and kick back part of your pay. Two New York City longshoremen, Axel Nordmann, an Army deserter, and Tommy Tyler, an easy-going freight car loader, join forces against a corrupt New York waterfront union official. The two share a bond that cuts across society's black/white divide+-+37609346961425ocn055896058visu19970.20Lovers and other strangersDramaFilm adaptationsSusan Henderson and Mike Vecchio have been secretly cohabiting for over a year. Despite Mike's fears that marriage will spoil their romance, they decide to wed. What they do not expect are the multitude of side effects their blissful decision will have on their family and friends+-+99385591253241091ocn680344533visu20100.21Ages of manTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsPerforming Shakespeare's legendary monologues and sonnets, one of the most accomplished actors of all time presents his acclaimed one-man tour de force in this unforgettable live broadcast821ocn795533465visu20120.19Give 'em hell HarryInterviewsIn 1961 David Susskind had an edgy, one-on-one conversation with retired 33rd president of the United States, Harry S. Truman. They covered controversial subjects, including conversations with Sir Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin. Most of Susskind's questioning centered around presidential history and how media tried to influence politics, including its commander and chief's. Truman recalls how "these shenanigans" had been going on since George Washington took office. Truman never let it influence him, and remarked that television was helpful as there was no editor between himself and his audience. Truman's great leadership skills are summed up in his response to Susskind's question, "Are there any decisions you made that you now regret?" Truman's reply: "No. The worst thing you can do is make no decision. If a decision is wrong, then just make another one to fix it."3743ocn555654237book20100.22Battaglio, StephenDavid Susskind : a televised lifeBiographySusskind was the first TV producer to become a TV star. Battaglio creates a vivid portrait of a go-go era in America, as much a chronicle of a glamorous time in the entertainment industry as it is a biography of one of its most colorful, important, and influential players+-+81373876853033ocn004835363book19790.39Asinof, EliotBleeding between the lines91ocn070711869book20060.86Engel, VincentLe don de Mala-Léa : David Susskind, l'itinéraire d'un Mensch : romanFiction11ocn041494093rcrd19981.00Crichton, Judy[Interview with Judy Crichton]HistoryInterviews11ocn295280701visu2007David Susskind sois un mensch, mon filsBiographyPersonal narrativesPortrait of Belgian Holocaust survivor, David Susskind. To keep a promise he made to his mother, he has dedicated his life to promoting greater humanity in the world11ocn814366319mix1.00Whiteside, ThomasThomas Whiteside papersThe collection contains the papers of Thomas Whiteside and in the main, relates to Whiteside's professional career as a journalist, as represented in Series I: Writings. There is a small second series of personal correspondence. The collection primarily pertains to the articles Whiteside wrote for The New Yorker. These files range in date from 1952-1992, covering the time Whiteside wrote for the magazine. The files include research articles and clippings, audiocassettes, correspondence, drafts, galleys and proofs, notebooks, both handwritten and typed notes, and typescripts11ocn041550756rcrd19971.00Chetwynd, Lionel[Interview with Lionel Chetwynd]HistoryInterviews11ocn719636123mix1.00Asinof, EliotAsinof, Eliot, papersHistoryArchivesDocumenting Asinof's writing career, the Eliot Asinof Papers, [ca. 1930s-2000s], comprise research notes, manuscripts and galleys, correspondence, photographs, printed materials, publicity and promotional items, film treatments, interview audiotapes, and videotapes of his speeches11ocn173692785mixSchneider, AlanThe remainder consists of notes and other academic files dating from his student days and his teaching at Catholic University and other institutions; biographical material including diaries, 1936-1964; and general correspondence. Among the noteworthy correspondents are Richard Aldrich, Robert C. Gard, Julie Harris, Garson Kanin, Walter F. Kerr, Harold B. McCarty, Joseph Papp, Gregory Peck, and David Susskind11ocn718738162mixAsinof, EliotEliot Asinof papersArchivesTrials, litigation, etcInterviewsOther materials include legal filings, affidavits, and correspondence relating to the lawsuit by David Susskind against Asinof over Susskind's attempt to produce a made-for-television movie about the World Series scandal. Asinof's manuscript for his book Bleeding Between the Lines describes Asinof's research and writing methods that created Eight Men Out and recounts the legal battles following its publication. Correspondence with Hank Greenberg followed publication of this book11ocn062901371mix1.00Mahan, EdnaEdna Mahan papersDiariesRecords and correspondenceMahan's school papers pertain to both high school and college, but primarily consist of course materials, student exercises and ephemera from the University of California. Among the items present is a paper by Mahan entitled "Progress Made in California for the Education of Feeble-Minded Children." Also included are notes on abnormal psychology (dated July 1913) that were evidently recorded by someone else11ocn173692718mixWCBS/WCBS-TV (New York, N.Y.)Two interviews with Susskind are available on tape. Also included is a recording of a "Camera Three" program, July 4, 1965, with host James MacAndrew and guest Gerald Piel, publisher of "Scientific American."11ocn070958927rcrd1.00Miller, MerleTape recordings of Merle MillerHistoryBiographyInterviewsMiller's tape recordings of his interviews with Harry S. Truman were made in late l96l and early l962 as part of the planning for a series of television films about Truman's life and presidency that David Susskind and his company, Talent Associates, intended to produce. The tape recordings are about seven hours and forty minutes in duration. With one exception, they are conversations among Harry S. Truman, Miller, and two of Truman's aides, David Noyes and William Hillman. They include discussion of such topics as Truman's early life and political career, his accession to the presidency when Franklin D. Roosevelt died, the campaign of l948, the Korean war, hysteria in American history, the politician's role, and Truman's views about past presidents and events in American history. Miller used these tape recordings to write Plain Speaking11ocn064549532art1999Susskind, DavidBiography+-+9951424125+-+9951424125Thu Oct 16 15:23:56 EDT 2014batch29501