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Humphrey W. Leynse Collection
Films and Papers, 1916-1977


DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION
SERIES 1
SERIES 3-5

SERIES 2

SERIES LIST

Series 2 and associated subseries are housed in the following containers:

Container
Series
Series 2. Audiotapes and Phonograph Records, 1952-1977, nd
90-94

Subseries 2.1 Cassettes (film production); Oceania Productions and USIS-Korea, Soundtracks, USIS-Korea

95Subseries 2.2 Teaching Materials (Indexed)
96Subseries 2.3 Phonograph Records
97-103Subseries 2.4 Original Tapes


CONTAINER LIST

Series 2: Audiotapes and Phonograph Records, 1952-1977, nd
*= original cassette tape, not re-recorded

ContainerCassetteDescriptionCounterOrig. tape
Subseries 2.1: Oceania Productions and USIS-Korea (Cassettes)
901Side A: Men’s Stick Dance, Yap; Songs in Palauan, Koron, February 19521
Side B: Balinese Gamelan Music, April 19592
2Side A: Indonesian Music (side 1)3

Side B: Indonesian Music cont. (side 2 of reel) Song List: 1. Ajo Mama (Ambon); 2. Memotong Padi (Java); 3. Sarinande (Ambon); 4. Iwang Sarge (Batok); 5. Gunung Salhutu (Ambon); 6. Kasih (Java); 7. Sudah Berlajar (Ambon); 8. Rajuan Pulau Kelapa (Java); 9. Tari Pajung (Sumatra); 10. O, Ina, Mkeke (Ambon); 11. Poton Padi (Java); 12. Debiecah Smar Bulan (Java); 13. Bela ‘Ku iNgat (Java); 14. Bununb Nona (Ambon)

3Side A: Music to sound version of Micronesia4
Side B: Aids to the Pronunciation of Micronesian Words
4Side A: Tahitian Songs: 1. Tamure; 2. Tiare Rere; 3. Vana Vana; 4. Tanga Tika; 5. Tau Here; 6. Vahine Anamite; 7. Minoi Minoi; 8. Manu; 9. Papio; 10. Mareva; 11. Café au lait; 12. Maruru5
Side B: Majuro and Truk Songs6
5Side A: Yap Women Dances, February 23, 19557
Side B: (blank)
6

Side A: Korean Kayagum Variations, June 6

This is a recording of Leynse at a meeting with several Korean musicians in which he is inquiring into the possibility of using Korean music in his film.

8
Side B: Korean Kayagum music used in Birds of a Feather9
7Side A: Nauru Music: original Nauru music including singing, instrumentals, and chants10
Side B: (blank)
8Side A: Easter Service on airfield on the island of Majuro, April 1952: 1."Glad Breaks the Day" sung by Intermediate Students of the Marshall Islands; 2. Leynse re-reads the Easter Sermon; 3. "I know that my Redeemer" sung in Marshallese 4. Recording of child named "Dougy", Sound to Reel #2 on Atoll Called Majuro11
Side B: UN radio presents "The Grand Alliance" (side 2 of reel), October 1953; Abby and Humphrey Leynse’s trip to Hawaii, summer 1951
9Side A: Street sounds, Hong Kong, Dec. 195512
Side B: Naura, singing and instruments, March 195313
10

Side A: Sumatra, music

    1. Sunstrom’s Trio
    2. Hek di-simbir? from Lake Toba
    3. Marsirong
    4. Sian nd dao
    5. Na frogos
    6. Andung ni si Boruadi
14
Side B: Sebolga, Sumatra, Batak Chuetra. Church Songs, February 8, 195815
11

Side A: Sumatra, Menangkaban modern music, February 12, 1958

    1. Gadih Minang (Minang girls)
    2. Oi kampuang
    3. Titian Nan La Puak (the old bridge)
    4. Dendang Djo tari (song and dance)
    5. Bruak Pinto (Bad Luck)
16

Side B: Sumatra, classic and modern music, February 14, 1958

    1. Originals from Padang Sidempuan

      Uning An Djando & Dendang Sajana

    2. From Kotanopan – Gondang

      Sarama (Tari-Tarian)

    3. From S. Golga – Tari piring (modern)
    4. From S. Golga – si Kamgang Botan (classical)
    5. Grom Toba – Marbulang Ombun (classical)

    From Toba Paonan Hasang (modern)

17
12Side A: Musical Background Sound for the production Thailand18
Side B: Indonesian wedding party, Djakarta, February 1, 195919
13Side A: Street Sounds, Djakarta, Indonesia (original)20

Side B: Sumatra, jungle sound, songs from Mandailing

    1. Jungle Sounds w/monkeys in trees – Central Sumatra
    2. Waterfall – Bakit Tinggi
    3. Flute, Drums and Songs from Mandailing Area (Minangkabau)
21
14

Side A: Marshallese singing, August 1952

    1. Bakudar (Bomb) song of World War II
    2. Hymn – Jodis Love
    3. Christmas Song – Joy to the World
    4. Christmas Tree Song
    5. War Chant (Yebwa)
22
Side B: Sound to An Atoll Called Majuro (side two of reel)
15

Side A: Balinese Gamelan Music, April 1959

Recorded at Bangli, Bali, Indonesia

    1. Legong Keraton
    2. Baris
    3. Kebiar Duduk (siting dance)
    4. Tambulilngan (Bee Dance)
23
Side B: Korean Buddhist Monk Chants24
16

Side A: Sibolga, church songs, February 14, 1958

    1. Cadang do hasusaon (poor recording)
25
Side B: (blank)
17Side A: Sound to "Salome"26
Side B: Tahitian Music (side 2 of reel)
18

Side A: Minangkagau music, February 12, 1958

    1. Talempong – gongs and flute
    2. Flue (made of glass)
    3. Nalam (native song)
    4. Indang (story)

    5. Rebab (violin)

27
Side B: Sound for Micronesia Lecture Film28
19

Side A: National election returns and "Tidal Wave Report"

(KGU Honolulu radio report), November 4, 1952

29
Side B: (blank)
19aSide A: Hawaiian Music (side 2) (19, 19a on same original tape, #29)29
Side B: (blank)
20Side A: Soundtrack to Island Doctor30
Side B: Soundtrack to Shipmates (music, effects and dialogue)31
21Side A: Soundtrack to The Mighty Han32
Side B: (blank)
22Side A: Soundtrack to Litany of Hope (reels # 1,2,3,4,5)33
Side B: Soundtrack to Litany of Hope (reels # 6,7) (side 2 of reel)
23Side A: Soundtrack to A Legacy34
Side B: (blank)
24Side A: Soundtrack to Ashes, Ashes All Fall Down35
Side B: Mask Dance, music and effects36
25Side A: Composite pickup for Sumodo, June 23, 196937
Side B: Indigenous sound effects for Sumodo38
26Side A: Rhythm of Hong Kong, May 17, 195739
Side B: (blank)
27Side A: Composite Protection for Out There, A Lone Island, R#1, Jan. 31, 19691
Side B: Composite Protection for Out There, A Lone Island, R#22
28Side A: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#1, Dec. 19, 19683
Side B: Composite Protection for Under One Roof , R#2, Dec. 19, 19684
29Side A: Composite Protection for Under One Roof , R#2, Dec 19, 19685
Side B: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#3, Dec. 19, 19686
30Side A: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#5, Dec. 19, 19687
Side B: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#6, Dec. 19, 19688
31Side A: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#7, Dec. 19, 19689
Side B: Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#8, Dec. 19, 196810
32Side A: Under One Roof music, reels no. 1 and 211
Side B: Under One Roof music, reels no. 3 and 412
33Side A: Under One Roof music, reels no. 5 and 613
Side B: Under One Roof music, reels no. 7 and 814
34Side A: Short clips from Under One Roof (side two of reel 14)14
Side B: (blank)
35Side A: Composite pickup for Out There a Lone Island, June 23, 1969 15
Side B: Narration spoken by Lindsay Workman, for Out There, a Lone Island, Jan 9, 196916
9136Side A: Indigenous Sounds for film Under One Roof, reels # 5,6,7,817
Side B: (blank)
Sound, songs, and radio programs
37

Side A: Train at Sangnam, June 1964

Cow Market at Sadong – including cow auctioneer, Oct. 1966

1
Side B: Cow Market Restaurant; Mountain Cow Talk-echoes, Oct 19662
38

Side A: Cow Talk at loading on Blue Dragon, Aug. 1964; Post Sync dialogue scene #20, Mar. 1967; Blue Dragon Ship music at Todong with pong-pong of neighboring fishing boat, March 1967

James Aaron Leynse, 7 ½ mo. old, baby talk

3,4
Side B: Dialogue scene #14, effects4
39Side A: Blue Dragon effects; Sangnam train, Mar. 1967
Side B: Blue Dragon effects; funeral mourns and chants5
40Side A: Dialogue scenes #36, 37, and 386
Side B: Dialogue scenes #33, 29, 31, and 347
41Side A: Chants; cuckoo bird; Moon-ja singing Miyuk song8
Side B: (blank)9
42Side A: Korean Music Effects, June 27, 196710
Side B: Moon-ja’s song, birds twittering, thrashing barley, Autumn Breeze (song)11
43Side A: Cow Panting; Annual Old Men’s Club Affair12
Side B: Crickets, rain and thunder sounds13
44Side A: Rain and thunder sounds, theme ideas: Miss Kim sings Korean song, "Cradle Song"14,15
Side B: Two Korean Chants: Pyong Chong and Pompei15
45Side A: Squid Fishing Sounds (boat motors, fisherman, squid being caught)16
Side B: Squid Return: waves and beach sounds while squid fishers come in, shoveling rocks17
46Side A: Funeral Chants, Monk with bell, Field Day Sounds18
Side B: Korean pop music recorded from radio in Seoul, Korea, May 196819
47Side A: High School Band at Todong, Barbershop sounds20
Side B: Barbershop sounds, Court music21
48Side A: Court music22
Side B: Scull squawks, water effects and chickens cackling23
49Side A: Bar sounds, Market sounds and Street Sounds in Seoul 24
Side B: Street Sounds in Seoul, April 196825
50Side A: Korean farmers dance, Webcore Stereophonic Sound Advertisement26
Side B: Webcore Stereophonic Sound Advertisement w/ music from the Concert Series
51Side A: Out-takes of live ceremonial sounds not used in the Sumo film, July 20, 196827
Side B: Sumo matches, recorded off radio w/ Japanese commentary, July 13, 1968  28
52Side A: Interview (in English) with Jesse Takamiyama, Sumo wrestler from Hawaii, Oct. 18, 196829
Side B: Viennese Zithers30
Subseries 2.2: Teaching Materials (See file-card index in box 95)
53Side A: Frank Capra on Why We Fight series taken from his autobiography, The Name abovethe Title, narrated by Paul Wadley000-2461
Side B: Frank Capra on the production of Lost Horizon (1937) taken from his autobiography The Name abovethe Title, narrated by Paul Wadley000-2742
54Side A: NBC News Speaking Freely with Frank Capra, interviewed by Edwin Nealman , Dec. 17, 1971000-8723
Side B: "Hollywood in the ‘50s" from TV series The Dream Factory000-2354
Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents M (1931), Frame of Reference interview with Fritz Lang (director of M) and Phil Chamberland245-4985
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Ivan the Terrible (1945) by Sergei Eisenstein, Frame of Reference interview with Annette Michalson508-7646
55Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Battleship Potemkin (1925) by Sergei Eisenstein, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Annette Michalson000-3127
Frank Capra speaks on the death of Harry Langdon322-3448
Side B: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Orphius (1972) by Jean Cocteau, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Peter Ustinof000-3599
56Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Knife in the Water (1962) by Roman Polanski, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Roman Polanski000-36510
Side B: TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Overcoat (1961) by Nikolai (Vasilyevich) Gogol, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Franklin Schaffner000-21711
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Our Daily Bread (1934) by King Vidor, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with King Vidor and Peter Bogdanovich (film critic)227-39512
57Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Yojimbo (1961) by Akiri Kurasaura, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Richard Brooks (director)000-12613
TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Last Laugh (1924) by F.W. Murnau, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with John Schlesinger036-32914
Bette Davis interview from TV series The Movie Crazy Years334-42615
Side B: Bette Davis interview from TV series The Movie Crazy Years000-24316
58Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Sawdust and Tinsel (1953) by Igmar Bergman, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Stanley Kauffman (film critic), 1972000-37517
Side B: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Man of Aran (1934) by Robert Flaherty, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Arthur Night, 1972000-19518
TV Show Film Odyssey presents L’adventura (1959) by Michelangelo Antonioni, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) introduction, 1972205-23519
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Two Daughters (1961) by Satjut Ray, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) introduction245-27520
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Los Olividados (1950) by Louis Buñel, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Andrew Sarris, 1972285-36621
59Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) by Rob Weine, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Alfred Hitchcock, 1972000-46322
Side B: Interview with Ingrid Bergman about Casablanca, from TV series Life Goes to the Movies000-12623
Short interview with John Huston about San Pietro and clips from the film136-22024
Film clips of Charlie Chaplin in Monsieur Verdieux230-25125
Communism in Hollywood, from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s261-33726
The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s347-38327
Excerpts from James Cagney films: Roaring Twenties (1938), Strawberry Blond (1941), and White Heat (1949), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s393-44028
60Side A: Spellbound (1945) by Alfred Hitchcock (new techniques used in film), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940’s. Excerpts from Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe and remarks from Capra.000-085
095-189
29
30
Interviews on Humphrey Bogart’s films: Roaring Twenties (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), High Sierra (1941), and The Maltese Falcon (1941)199-32331
Side B: World War II films Air Force (1943), Mission to Moscow, request by President Roosevelt to enter WWII (1941), patriotic songs000-25232
61Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Beauty and the Beast (1946) by Jean Cocteau, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Francis Steegmuller (Cocteau’s biographer)000-38733
Side B: Discussion of Arthur Penn’s ending of Bonnie and Clyde (1967), taken from film on Penn, Themes and Variants000-21434
Discussion on impromptu directing and violence and sex used by Arthur Penn, taken from film on Penn, Themes and Variants224-43835
62Side A: Discussion on Arthur Penn’s films Alice’s Restaurant (1969) and Mickey One, taken from film on Penn Themes and Variants000-18736
Discussion on Arthur Penn’s film Little Big Man (1970), taken from film on Penn Themes and Variants197-25137
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Rules of the Game (1939) by Jean Renoir, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir261-39638
Side B: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Intimate Lighting (1965) by Ivan Passer, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Robert Altman000-26939
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Barrier (1966) Jersy Skolimowski, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jersy Skolimowski279-35640
63Side A: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Jules and Jim (1961) by Francois Truffaut, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir000-22541
TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Blue Angel (1942) by Joseph von Sternburg, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Andrew Sarris229-39942
TV Show Film Odyssey presents Grand Illusion (1937) Jean Renoir, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir404-45643
Side B: TV Show Film Odyssey presents Seven Samurai (1954) Akira Kurascausa, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Tishoro Mifune000-12144
Mutiny on the Bounty, from TV (incl. scene MGM lot bids of props) Wizard of Oz131-14945
Wizard of Oz (includes bidding on glass shoes - $15,000)159-19346
Hollywood in the 1920’s203-30247
"Hollywood Starts," from the TV series The Dream Factory (Greta Garbo, Clark Gable)312-42648
64Side A: TV series The Dream Factory, Hollywood000-12849
the song "Happy Endings"138-16450
Side B: (blank)
65Side A: Honky Tonk Music (piano)000-56451
Lewis Milestone discusses his film All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), spoken by Herbert Wood and H. Leynse asking the interview questions574-82452
D.W. Griffith – His declining years (by Igor Kosin)829-90153
Side B: Charlie Chaplin speaks about his childhood000-05154a
Charlie Chaplin speaks about meeting Max Sennett056-17954b
Charlie Chaplin speaks about Gold Rush184-29154c
Charlie Chaplin speaks about his immigration probe296-40554d
Charlie Chaplin speaks about leaving the US410-46054e
Orson Welles introduces the TV showing of the film Intolerance (1916) by D.W. Griffith470-55455
66Side A: Honky Tonk Music000-64356
Norman McLaren interview by Canadian TV about his films (beginning was not recorded), Oct. 1972653-80757
Side B: 45th Academy Awards, cut to awards won by Cabaret (most awards), Mar. 1973000-57658
45th Academy Awards, announcement of Limelight, Mar. 1973586-62759
67Side A: American Film Institute tribute to John Ford, April 2, 1973000-91560
Side B: American Film Institute tribute to John Ford (continued from side a), April 2, 1973000-16760
45th Academy Awards, special on Edward G. Robinson introduced by James Cagney, Mar. 1973177-33261
45th Academy Awards, music medley for the 50th Anniversary of Disney Productions, Mar. 1973342-41862
45th Academy Awards, Humanitarian Award given by Frank Sinatra, Mar. 1973428-49763
45th Academy Awards, best actor award for Godfather (Marlon Brando), March 1973507-64264
68Side A: Frank Capra at the Seattle Film Society, Mar. 9, 1973000-85165
Side B: Frank Capra at the Seattle Film Society (continued from Side A), March 9, 1973000-70465
69Side A: TV series Humanities Film Forum presents Hamlet (1969) by Tony Ricardson, opening and ending comments only with host Jim Billington, March 12, 1973000-55866
Film clip from Sergant York (1941) by John Huston568-60867
Don Manicienicz talking about Citizen Kane at the Motion Picture Seminar of the Northwest , May 5, 1973618-72968
PBS TV special "Eisenstein" about Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein: his early background, May 1973739-88869
Side B: PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein’s films Strike (1924) and Battleship Potempkin (1925), May 1973000-18070
PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein’s films Ten Days that shook the World (1927) and Old and New, May 1973185-49371
PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein overseas (his western tour in London), including Que Viva Mexico (1930) and Thunder over Mexico, May 1973498-66872
PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein in Russia again, May 197373
PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Ivan the Terrible (1943) and Sergei Eisenstein’s Last Days, May 1973806-92174
70Side A: Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "What kind of Camera to Buy"000-11375
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Films: Black and White vs. Color"118-17576
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Electronic Flash"180-24877
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "You and the Dark Room"253-32478
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Accessories"329-39479
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Indoor Photography"399-39480
Side B: Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Light Meter"000-11381
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Light Meters"118-18182
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "The Photographic Eye"186-26683
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Photographing Human Emotion"271-34084
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Filters"345-41185
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Macro and Zoom Lessons"416-47586
71 Side A: Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, First of 2 part series, Oct. 2 1973000-91187
Side B: Part I continued, of Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 2 1973000-10887
Part II of Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 2 1973118-88988
9272Side A: Katherine Hepburn reminisces about experience making African Queen (1951) with Humphrey Bogart. Clip from the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 3 1973000-14189
Katherine Hepburn interview about early cinema and what it’s like in Hollywood. Clip from Dick Cavett TV Show151-24890
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Enlarging Hints"258-33191
Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Available Light Photography"341-39092

Side B: KWSU Radio Show: The Moviegoers moderated by

Humphrey Leynse, first show, Sept. 1973.

000-28593
Ending clip of Frank Capra taken from the TV show Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 11, 1973295-35094
73Side A: Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe (1941) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973000-27695
Frank Capra’s Lost Horizon (1937) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973281-35896
Frank Capra’s Why We Fight Series from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973263-40797
Frank Capra’s Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973412-46298
Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night (1934) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973467-57499
Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973579-703100
Frank Capra’s Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973708-793101
Side B: Frank Capra’s Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973000-250102
Howard Hawks interview taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, includes clips from Crowd Roars (1932), 20th Century (1934), Only Angels Have Wings (1939), His Girl Friday(1940), Air Force (1943), Nov. 1973255-714103
Howard Hawks interview taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, includes clips from To Have and To Have Not (1944), Nov. 1973719-807104
Howard Hawks’ Red River (1948) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973812-887105
74Side A: Howard Hawks’ Rio Bravo (1959) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973000-211106
Raoul Walch – His early life and films taken from the TV Series, Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973216-632107
Raoul Walsh’s The Roaring Twenties (1939) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973637-712108
Raoul Walsh’s High Sierra (1941) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973717-808109
Side B: Raoul Walsh’s The Strawberry Blond (1941) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973000-218110
Raoul Walsh’s They Died with Their Boots (1941) On from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973223-425111
Raoul Walsh’s Gentleman Jim (1942) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973440-540112
War years films by Raoul Walsh from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973 545-624113
Raoul Walsh’s White Heat (1949) and his last films, from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973629-765114
75Side A: "George Lukor – His Films" (Part I), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies , Nov. 1973000-509115
Side B: "George Lukor – His Films" (Part II), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 1973000-533116
76Side A: "The Films of Vincent Minelli" (Part I), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 1973000-468117
Side B: "The Films of Vincent Minelli" (Part II), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies000-439118
("Science in the News" feature of WSU TV and Radio – ending clip)439-448118
77Side A: "William Wellman" (Part I), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies000-453119
Side B: "William Wellman" (Part II), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies 000-438120
("Literacy Scrapbook" WSU Radio – ending clip)439-444120
78Side A: "Alfred Hitchcock – His Early Years," from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies000-177121
Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger (1926) and Sabeoteur (1942), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies182-324122
Alfred Hitchcock’s Uncle Charlie, from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies329-409123
Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious (1946), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies413-520 124
Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies525-642125
Side B: Alfred Hitchcock’s the Birds (1963), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies000-149126
Alfred Hitchcock’s Torn Curtain (1966) and Frenzy (1971), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies159-325127
"Films of King Vidor" (Part I), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies330-705128
79Side A: "Films of King Vidor" (Part II), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies000-432129
Side B: Humphrey Leynse interviewed by Jim Dunne, commentator of WSU Radio show Lets Talk About That (program #541). Topic: Film Criticism000-461130
80Side A: *Classical music recording of Rossial000-661131
Side B: *Classical music recording of Mozart000-586132
81Side A: *Classical music recording of Suppe000-600133
Side B: *Classical music recording of Hadyn000-616134
82Side A: The Moviegoers – WSU film criticism radio show, Mar. 15, 1974000-510135
Side B: (blank)
83Side A: Platform Presentation by Vincent Price entitled "The Villains Still Pursue Me," Mar. 16, 1974000-910136
Side B: Vincent Price (cont.), Mar. 15, 1974000-043136
Platform Presentation by Vincent Price entitled "The Villains Still Pursue Me", Mar. 16, 1974048-677137
84Side A: Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (Part I)000-518138
Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (Part II)523-870139
Side B: Tchaikovsky000-637140
85Side A: Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky, Love of Three Oranges000-612141

James Cagney receives the Life Achievement Award by the American Film Institute, Master of Ceremonies: Frank Sinatra

(reel 1)

622-911142
Side B: American Film Institute, reel 1 continued000-143142
American Film Institute, reel 2148-644143
American Film Institute, reel 3649-775144
86Side A: The Moviegoers interview with Vincent Price, Mar 16, 1974000-300145
Side B: The Moviegoers with two guests: Robert Littlewood and Vincent Price000-502146
87Side A: Mozart – Beethoven – Smetana000-623147
Side B: Tchaikovsky – Symphony #4000-574148
88Side A: Eddie Cantor singing "Making Whoopie" (1930)000-033149

From the TV show "The Movies," The Chase, Mar. 30, 1974

Teddy at the Throttle, Never Give A Sucker an Even Break (1941), Ben Hur (1925), Bullitt (1968), Casablanca (1943)

043-414150
Al Jolson in "Jazz Singer," Toot Toot Tootsie, etc.424-449151
Side B: The Marx Brothers (1931)000-087152a
The Marx Brothers receiving the Honorary Award at the Academy Awards, April 1974094-256152b
Sunset Boulevard (1950), Von Stroheim, Wm. Holden266-304153
Blue Angel, song: "Can’t Help It," sung by M. Dietrich314-334154
Going to Town (1935), Mae West344-369155
89Side A: From TV series The Movies, Close Up Kisses in the Movies (clips)000-608156
Side B: J.S. Bach, harpsichord, Concerts in C major, C minor, A minor000-608157
song: "Hurray for Hollywood"510-527158
90Side A: From the TV series The Movies, songs and scenes from Space Odyssey, narrated by Jack Nicholson, C. Gish, Carl Malden and Gregory Peck000-369159
Side B: From the TV series The Movies, Eyes on the Sparrow, Sound of Music, Zippededoodah160
91Side A: From the TV series The Movies,000-503161
Side B: Gone With the Wind, Mar. 1974000-328162
Henri Langlois receives award at the Academy Awards, April 1974333-390163
Cries and Whispers wins Best Cinematography award at Academy Awards, April 1974395-466164
A Touch of Class nominated for Best Picture of the Year at Academy Awards (film clip)471-498165
Day for Night (Truffant) wins Best Foreign Film of the Year at Academy Awards, April 1974503-533166
Clip from Exorcist, 5th nominee for Best Picture at Academy Awards, April 1974538-562167
From the TV show "The Movies," clip from High Noon567-605168
(clip) On the Waterfront (Marlon Brando)610-637169
92Side A: "The Moviegoers" thirtieth issue, last for the season000-500170
Marshal McLuhan speaks on human behavior and the new and the old510-535171
From TV show "History of the Movies," clip on Harold Lloyd540-571173
From TV show "History of the Movies: Laurel and Hardy" (early period before they got together)576-636174
From TV show "History of the Movies: Buster Keaton"641-667175
Side B: "The Moviegoers," November 8000-500172
Harry Langdon: From TV show History of the Movies510-548176
Charlie Chaplin’s early films: From TV show "History of the Movies"553-614177
93Side A: Comments on Double Suicide (1969) by Masahiro Shinoda, From TV series The Japanese Film, Jan. 1975000-177178
Karikiri, From TV series The Japanese Film (poor recording), February 1975182-298179
Side B: Three filmmakers discuss Edward Curtis’ work in a documentary. Curtis embarked on a project to record on film all available info on North American Indians (1896)000-405180
94Side A: Ansel Adams interview by Susan Sollens on NPR000-170181
(side 2) President Nixon announces resignation from the Oval Office (end is cut off)175-233181
Sanjuro (1962) by Akiro Kurosawa and Japanese Film History, From TV series "The Japanese Film"243-480182
Side B: The Moviegoers, February 14, 1975000-443183
95Side A: Night Drum (1958) by Tadashi Imai, From TV series "The Japanese Film"000-191184
Harp of Burma (1956) by Kon Ichikawa, From TV series "The Japanese Film,"January 23, 1975201-391185
D.W. Griffith: Lillian Gish on Radio, January 1975396-448186
Side B: Audio Soundtrack from film Glimpses of Indian Cinema, also Al Butler speaks on thunder on The Science in the News radio show000-410188
96*

Side A: Honky Tonk Music

Side B: Honky Tonk Music cont.

187
97Side A: Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part I000-914189
Side B: Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part I cont.000-074189
Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part II079-571190
Ugetsu (1953) by Kenji Mizoguchi, comments by Edwin Reichamer, from TV series The Japanese Film, February 1975576-777191
98Side A: Comments on When A Woman Ascends the Stairs (1960) by Mikio Naruse, from the TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975000-410192
Tribute to 80 years of Hollywood filmmaking – Hollywood music for the chase (i.e. chase scenes)420-476193
Sansho the Baliff (1954) by Kenji Mizoguchi, from the TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975 (also comments on Japanese culture and male/female roles in society)486-577194
Side B: Twenty Four Eyes (1954) by Keisuke Kinoshita, from TV series, The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975000-304195
Gate of Hell (1953) by Teinosuke Kinugasa, from TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975314-434196
99Side A: 51st airing of The Moviegoers (1974)000-418197
Early Summer (1951) by Ozu, from TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975508-621198
Side B: NBC Today Show comments by Vincent Canby (NY Times) and Richard Schickel (TIME) on the forthcoming Academy Award Winners, April 8, 1975000-236199
Howard Hawks receives Honorary Award at the 47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975246-335200
Jean Renoir receives Honorary Award, accepted by Ingrid Bergman at the 47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975345-394201
Special tribute to Fred Astaire at 47th Academy Awards, presented and sung by Sammy Davis, April 8, 1975408-477202
100Side A: 47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975000-915203
Side B: 47th Academy Awards cont., April 8, 1975000-306203
47th Academy Awards, part II, April 9, 1975311-742204
Script Writers Award presented by James Michener at the 47th Academy Awards, April 9, 1975752-804205
101Side A: Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Don Juan; Mahler: Symphony #1 (1st and 2nd movements)000-702206
Side B: Strauss cont.000-072206
102

Side A: Mahler – Symphony #1 in D, "Titan,"

Beethoven – Symphony #7, A major

Strauss – Death and Transfiguration, Don Juan

000-915207
Side B: Mahler, Beethoven and Strauss cont.000-915207
103Side A: American Film Institute tribute to Orson Welles, reel 1 of 3. Highlighting the program are clips from some of Welles’ best films, including "Citizen Kane," "The Magnificent Ambersons" (1942), "Othello" (1955) and "Falstaff: Chimes at Midnight" (1967): and from "The Other Side of the Wind," which (was) still in production. At press time, celebrities scheduled to honor Welles included host Frank Sinatra, Charlton Heston, Ingrid Bergman, Edgar Bergen (With Charlie McCarthy), Joseph Cotton, Janet Leigh and Dennis Weaver.000-519208
Side B: American Film Institute tribute to Orson Welles, reel 2 of 3000-524209
American Film Institute tribute to Orson Welles, reel 3 of 3529-704210
104Side A: 60 Minutes interview with Federico Fellini, May 1975000-210211
The Moviegoers 100th – how it began, how it’s put together and why it’s so popular, Jan. 14, 1975215-636218
Side B: WSU Dept. of Music Student Convocation, February 10, 1976, original compositions from MUS 251 class:000-642
105*

Side A: "The Drowning Pool," an interview with Gordon Willis

Side B: "The Drowning Pool," an interview with Lawrence Turman and David Foster

213
106*

Side A: "The Yakuza," an interview with Sydney Pollack

Side B: "The Yakuza," an interview with Robert Towne

214
107*

Side A: "Aloha Bobby and Rose," an interview with William Fraker

Side B: "Aloha Bobby and Rose," an interview with Floyd Mutrux

215
108*

Side A: "Night Moves," an interview with Arthur Penn

Side B: "Night Moves," an interview with Bruce Surtees

216
93109Side A: Charlie Chaplin: a Nostalgia Theater Presentation with commentator Douglas Sparebanks Jr000-915 220
Side B: Charlie Chaplin (cont. side 2) and Charles Kuralt CBS story "On the Road"000-612220
110

Side A: WSU Dept. of Music presents WSU in Concert: Istuan Nadas (artist in residence) plays the keyboard: Fantasia (Chopin) and de Falla, Kimbrough Hall

Side B: (blank)

000-506221
111*

Side A: "Let’s Do it Again," an interview with Curtis Mayfield

Side B: "Let’s Do it Again," an interview with Sidney Poitier

222
112*

Side A: "Lowell Thomas Remembers"¾ Documentary, Oct. 5, 1975. A history of movie news reels (1919-1963)

The 1937 Hindenburg disaster, the eruption of Mount Etna in 1923, and the Russian Revolution are among the headline stories recalled in the first show of a series tracing the history of movie new reels. Veteran commentator Lowell Thomas serves as host for the programs, which draw upon Fox-Movietone News clips from 1919-1963. In the opener, Thomas reminisces about the medium’s early years.

Side B: "Lowell Thomas Remembers" – documentary, Oct. 19, 1975

The events of World War II dominate these film clips from 1942. Highlights include scenes of the Allied raid on Dieppe, a Nazi-held French port; air-sea fighting in the Mediterranean; and Prime Minister Churchill reviewing U.S. troops and equipment at a parade at Fort Jackson, S.C.

113*

Side A: (broken tape)! "Lowell Thomas Remembers" – Documentary, Oct. 12, 1975

The election of President Franklin D. Roosevelt is among the headlines of 1932 recalled in newsreels. Other featured clips include Al Capone beginning a prison sentence for income tax evasion; aviatrix Amelia Earhart setting a new record for crossing the U.S. – 10 hours and 19 minutes; and a speech by President Roosevelt.

Side B: BROKEN! "Lowell Thomas Remembers" – Documentary, Oct. 26, 1975

Election news dominates the events of 1952. Film clips cover the Democratic and Republican conventions and the landslide victory of President Eisenhower. Other excerpts include scenes of an atomic-bomb test in Nevada

224
114*

Side A1: "WWII in North Africa 1940," TV special aired Nov. 9, 1975.

The seesaw desert war begins –tanks hold the key to success. Early British victories are reversed when Rommel sweeps across the sands. Films from national and private sources follow the fierce victory-retreat-victory cycles of El Alamein, Tobruk and Benghazi. Officers from both sides candidly discuss the hardships and unique problems encountered.

Side B1: "WWII in North Africa 1940," TV special aired Nov. 9, 1975

225
115*

Side A2: "World At War 1942," TV special aired Nov. 2, 1975

The United States prepares for and enters the war. Roosevelt is reelected, the Lend-Lease Bill is passed and aid goes to Britain. U-boats attack American escort ships in the Atlantic and the Neutrality Act is repealed. Films from national and private sources show Japanese-Americans being sent to internment camps and war preparations. Footage also highlights the fall of Manila, the surrender of American troops at Bataan and the battle at Midway Island

Side B2: "World At War 1942," TV special aired Nov. 2, 1975

225
116*

Side A1: War of the Worlds - Drama, aired Oct. 31, 1975

1975 TV-movie based on a true incident: "The Night That Panicked America" follows the events surrounding Orson Welles’ 1938 radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ "War of the Worlds" a broadcast that convinced many Americans that Martians had actually attacked New Jersey (2 hours)

Side B2: War of the Worlds (cont.)

226
117*

Side A3: War of the Worlds (cont.)

Side B4: War of the Worlds (cont.)

226
118*Side 1a: "World At War" – documentary, aired Nov. 16, 1975. A bitter German defeat at the hands of the Russians – the battle of Stalingrad. (60 min.)227
Side 1b: "World At War" –documentary, aired Nov. 16, 1975. Battle of Stalingrad (cont.)
119*

Side 2a: "World At War" – documentary, aired Nov. 23, 1975

1943: U-boat wolf packs stalk the Atlantic, sinking merchant ships on the way to England. On Oct. 17, "the night of the long knives," half the convoy is lost. Capt. Eyton Jones, whose ship was sunk halfway between Brazil and North Africa, recalls how the Germans laughingly retrieved cargo form his ship. Films from national and private sources show U-boats launching torpedoes. (60 min.)

227
Side 2b: "World At War" – documentary, aired Nov. 23, 1975. U-boats (cont.)
120*

Side A: "Bogart" – Documentary, aired Nov. 17, 1975

Special: The life and legend of Humphrey Bogart are portrayed in clippings from his movies, footage of his off-screen activities and remembrances by Ingrid Bergman, George Raft and producer Stanley Kramer. Excerpted films include "Casablanca." (60 min)

Side B: "Bogart" – Documentary continued

228
121*

Side A: The Moviegoers, Nov. 21, 1975 (28 min.)

Side B: blank

229
122*

Side A: "World At War" – Documentary, aired Nov. 30, 1975

The Soviet Union…where Hitler’s surge east is finally stopped – at a cost of 20 million lives. Films show the German occupation, the devastated countryside, factories being moved on trains to eastern Russia and the spring thaw of 1942, which reveals thousands of corpses in the streets and yards of Leningrad. Church services resume, fresh troops arrive by ship. (60 min)

Side B: "World At War" – Documentary, (cont.)

230
123*

Side A: "Lowell Thomas Remembers" – Documentary, aired Dec. 7

1975WWII dominates clips from 1941. Events covered include the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, which prompted America’s entry into the war; the German invasion of Yugoslavia and Greece.

Side B: "International Report," aired Dec. 7, 1975

A view of the U.S. from abroad is offered in four documentaries produced in England, Japan , Denmark and Canada. Subjects include the Boston busing crisis

231
124*

Side A: "World At War" – Documentary, aired Jan. 18, 1976

Holland, 1940-44: The long years between capitulation and liberation. Films highlighting the German occupation are accompanied by comments by Dutch civilians. Included in the footage: a rally of Dutch Nazis, the issuing of identity cards, transportation of Jews to concentration camps, conscription of Dutch men to work in war munitions factories and the harsh winter of 1944. Laurence Olivier is the series narrator

Side B: "World At War" – Documentary, aired Jan. 18, 1976, (cont.)

232
125*

Side A: Contemporary Japanese Society

Side B: (blank)

233
126*

Side A: Stanley Kubrick

Side B: (blank)

234
127*

Side A: American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 1/3

Side B: American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 2/3

236
128*

Side A: American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 3/3

Side B: (blank)

236
129*

Side A: The Moviegoers, February 14, 1975 with Chief Dan George

Side B: (blank)

237
130*

Side A: Gary Kilder, Dec. 13, 1975

An ethnographer-filmmaker from Australia interviewed by Jim Hunt and Humphrey Leynse (50 min.)

Side B: Gary Kilder, Dec. 13, 1975 (cont.)

238
131*

Side A: Gene Roddenberry, 1975

Science-fiction writer interviewed by Jim Hunt (76 min)

239
Side B: Gene Roddenberry interview, 1975 (cont.)
132*Side A: Roger Greenspun, WSU Lecture Artist Series, February 12, 1976240
Side B: Roger Greenspun (cont.)
133Side A: Greenspun interview (9:10)000-186240a
Side B: (blank)
134*Side A: (blank)241
Side B: KGUR interview with Gene Roddenberry, 1975
135*

Side A: 48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976

Side B: 48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976

242
136*Side A: 48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976242
Side B: 48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976
137*

Side A: Ken Kasey
Sides a and b: Dick Cavett Show, "Backlot U.S.A." aired April 5, 1976 A sentimental journey down Hollywood’s memory lane. Touring Paramount Studios, Dick Cavett is the guide for the hour which blends musical numbers and conversations with stars to recall the old days of movie-making. After a brief segment with a new dog star in the tradition of Rin Tin Tin, Cavett meets Mickey Rooney on a city street lot, whereRooney and a children’s chorus sing and dance to "We Got Us." On an Old West set, John Wayne recalls his career, and there’s also a comic sketch with Gene Kelly, but the highlight of the show is a closing segment with Mae West: costumed as Diamond Lil, one of her ‘30s roles, the 82-year-old Miss West sings sultry versions of "Frankie and Johnny" and "After You’ve Gone"

Side B: Dick Cavett Show, "Backlot U.S.A." (cont.)

000-88
88-end
243
138Side A: John Cleare interviewed by Jim Hunt and Sam Prigg, Oct. 19, 1975000-248246
Side B: (blank)
139Side A: Roger Greenspun interviewed for The Moviegoers, February 13, 1976000-436247
The Moviegoers #80, Apr. 2, 1976441-808248
Side B: (blank)
140*

Side A: Double Suicide (1969) by Masahiro Shinoda, from the TV Film series, The Japanese Film

Side B: Double Suicide (cont.)

249
141*Side A: "All The President’s Men," an interview with Robert Redford, 1976250
Side B: "All The President’s Men," an interview with Dustin Hoffman
142*Side A: "All the President’s Men," an interview with Jason Robards 1976251
Side B: "All the President’s Men," an interview with Jack Wardon
143*Side A: "All the President’s Men," an interview with Walter Coblenz, 1976252
Side B: "All the President’s Men," an interview with Alan Pakula
144*Side A: "All the President’s Men," an interview with Gordon Willis253
Side B: "All the President’s Men," an interview with George Jenkins
94145*Side A: State of Washington, a history254
Side B: State of Washington (cont.)
146*Side A: Donald Bogle interviewed by Ron Brown for The Moviegoers, Mar. 24, 1976255
Side B: (blank)
147Side A: Donald Bogle interview clip for The Moviegoers by Ron Brown000-197255a
Side B: (blank)
148*Side A: Jim Halpin –Screen Writer speaks-- "How to Get the Most Out of a Screen Writer"256
Side B: Rob Thompson speaks -- "Writing to Success"
149*

Side A: The film scores of composer Bernard Herrman (1911-1975), from the TV series Camera Three, Sept. 26, 1976

Side B: "Book Beat," Oct. 4, 1976

James Baldwin discusses his latest book "The Devil Finds Work," a look at the impact of American movies on black culture. Baldwin criticizes Hollywood’s portrayal of blacks

257
150*Side A: Soundtrack to film The Gentleman Tramp (1975) – Doc.,258
Side B: Soundtrack to film The Gentleman Tramp (1975) – Doc.
151*Side A: Clark Gable, a profile from TV show Dear Mr. Gable, Nov. 4, 1976260
Side B: Clark Gable profile, continued
152*Side A: "Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #2), see clipping file for details261
Side B: "Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #3), see clipping file for details
153*Side A: "Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #4), see clipping file for details262
Side B: "Life Goes to the Movies" (end), see clipping file for details
154*Side A: Scott Joplin, "The Red Back Book"263
Side B: Scott Joplin, "The Red Back Book"
155*Side A: All-Star Tribute to John Wayne, Nov. 26, 1976264
Honoring a movie legend. Frank Sinatra is the host for the affair, which feature testimonials to the 69-year-old Wayne by Bob Hope, Charles Bronson, Angie Dickinson, Claire Trevor, Monty Hall, Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
Side B: All-Star Tribute to John Wayne, Nov. 26, 1976
156*

Side A: PBS special: "Chinatown, New York," Dec. 10, 1976

Profiles of the residents of New York City’s Chinatown. For tourists, "it’s a nice place to visit," says producer Jon Alpert, but for the poor, like workers in restaurants and laundries, "it’s a difficult place to live." Their hours are long, their wages low, and hopes for a better life (especially among non-English-speaking older Chinese) are said to be slim. The program looks at those who have opened businesses, young people, senior citizens

265
Side B: PBS special, "Chinatown, New York" (cont.)
157*

Side A: "Woman," Dec. 16, 1976

Actress Jeanne Moreau, whose first writing-directing effort, "Lumiere," has been well received by critics, describes working behind the camera in the first of a two-part interview

266

Side B: "Woman," Dec. 27, 1976

French actress, Jeanne Moreau discusses how she perceives relations between the sexes in the conclusion of a two-part interview

158*Side A: "Citizen Kane: A Bridge Between the Theories of Realism and Expressionism in Film" by Prof. Edward Hudwin. Life of the Mind presents 2nd of four papers presented to the colloquium on the problem of interpreting film philosophically at the Eastern division of the American Philosophical Association in Boston267
Side B: Life of the Mind presents "Two Views of Rashomon" (45 min), by George Lindon, the third paper presented to the colloquium on the problem of interpreting film philosophically at the Eastern division of the American Philosophical Association in Boston
159*Side A: "Making of the Weather Underground Film" (50 min)268
Side B: "Making of the Weather Underground Film" (cont.)
160*

Side A: Five Weather Underground (1975) members speak to filmmakers about their revolutionary movement

Side B: Five Weather Underground (1975) members speak to filmmakers about their revolutionary movement

269
161*

Side A: "Jeanne Wolf," Jan. 20, 1977

Joan Fontaine talks about the studio star system, and Hollywood in its heyday. Recalls the actress: "The woman had to fight for her part, fight for her right to do it, fight for her salary." She also discusses her current life

270

Side B: "Jeanne Wolf with¼ ," January 27, 1977

Jimmy Stewart looks back on his career in a conversation with Jeanne Wolf. Stewart reminisces about the golden years of Hollywood and talks about changes in his acting style

162Side A: "The Moviegoers," #95, November 11, 1976 with Bob Clampett000-500272
Full Recording of the interview with Bob Clampett510-671273
Side B: (blank)
163*Side A: Scenes from 49th Academy Award winning of Best Picture, February 13, 1977274
Side B: Scenes from 49th Academy Award winning of Best Picture, February 13, 1977
164*Side A: Frank Capra speaking to WSU "American Film" class on his first years in Hollywood276
Side B: Frank Capra speaking to WSU "American Film" class on his first years in Hollywood and Charles Kuralt speaking to class
165*Side A: My Darling Clementine/Gunfighter277
Side B: 49th Academy Awards, Mar 28, 1977
166*Side A: American Film Institute Tribute to Bette Davis, Mar. 21, 1977278
Side B: American Film Institute Tribute to Bette Davis, Mar. 21, 1977
167*Side A: John Milius – scriptwriter and director280
Side B: John Milius (cont.)
168Side A: Frank Capra interviewed by Humphrey Leynse at WSU, reel 1000-566285
Frank Capra interviewed by Humphrey Leynse at WSU, reel 2571-765286
Side B: "Chung Kuo" (China), an audio-track to the TV documentary by Antonioni, Jan. 11, 1973000-915288
169Side A: "Chung Kuo" (China), an audio-track to the TV documentary by Antonioni, Jan. 11, 1973 (continuation)288
Side B: (blank)
170*Side A: Audio track of The Quiet One287
Side B: Audio track of The Quiet One
95Four green file boxes of 3x5 file cards indexing the previous teaching materials. The file cards are divided alphabetically into two categories: "People and Things" and "Films"

Subseries 2.3: Phonograph Records
BoxDiscDescriptionrpm.Recording company
96171"Etenraku": gagaku (court music)45Columbia Records
172"Tango of the Roses"78RecorDisc Corp.
173Disc similar to "Tango of the Roses," content unknown78RecorDisc Corp.
174Siamese (Thai) music; notes written by Leynse on the record cover concerning portions appropriate for use in his films78Philips
175Chinese Classic (Cantonese)78Wondertone Record Co., LTD.
176Modern Chinese78Columbia Records
177Siamese (Thai) music; notes by Leynse on record cover78D. Couper-Johnston & Co.
178"Varicoes Em Mi Menor," guitarra e viola, Casmiro Ramos e Miguel Ramos78Columbia Records
179Modern Chinese (Cantonese)78
180Chinese Classic (Mandarin)
181Siamese (Thai) Sylaphone, old style78Philips
182-184German Marches, 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th century, copied from Nippon-Telefunken Records: "Grosses Historisches Marsch¾ Potpourri," Bearberieter von Emil Kaiser, Grosses Blas-Orchester; Dirigent: Carl Woitschach; songs including Frederic der Grosse Marsch, Der Alte Dessauer78National Hollywood Rec.
Subseries 2.4: Original Tapes
97-103Seven boxes housing Leynse’s reel-to-reel tapes, which were copied by Anna Vogt onto cassettes for the present audio tape collection. Leynse’s original cassettes have been incorporated into this audio cassette collection. Original box/tape numbers have been included in the description, and original cassettes marked with an asterisk (*). (See above Audio Cassettes, Description)


DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION
SERIES 1
SERIES 3-5