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WELLES MSS.  APPENDIX C

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BOUND RADIO SCRIPTS

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Abednego 1942, Dec. 20
Abednego - The Slave 1946, Aug. 16
Admiral of the Ocean Sea 1942, Oct. 12
Ah Wilderness 1939, Sept. 17
Air Transport Command 1942, Nov. 16
Algiers 1939, Oct. 8
Alphabet A to C 1942, Dec. 6
Alphabet C to S 1942,Dec. 13
American Cavalcade 1939, May 26
Andes 1942, Nov. 22
Ann Sothern (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 9; May 17
Annabel Lee 1941, Oct. 6
Anything Can Happen 1945, Apr. 24
The Apple Tree 1942, Jan. 12; 1946, Sept. 6
Around the World in Eighty Days 1938, Oct. 23; 1946, June 7
Arrowsmith 1939, Feb. 3



The Bad Man 1939, May 19
The Bad-Will Ambassador 1942, Dec. 27
Ballad of Bataan 1942, Dec. 7
Beau Geste 1939, Mar. 17
Betty Hutton (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 22
Between Americans 1942, Feb. 2
Black Daniel 1939, Apr. 28
The Black Pearl 1941, Oct. 6
Bolivar's Idea 1943, Jan. 31
Brazil 1942, Nov. 15
The Broome Stages 1940, Feb. 4
Burlesque 1939, Feb. 17



Call it a Day 1938, Dec. 16
Carole Landis (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 26
Charles Laughton (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 15
The Chicken Wagon Family 1939, Jan. 20
A Christmas Carol 1938, Dec. 23

Come and Get It 1939, Dec. 31
Counsellor At Law 1939, Jan. 6
The Count of Monte Cristo 1939, Oct. 1; 1946, June 14



D-Day Program 1944, June 7
Dennis Day (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 5
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz 1945, Apr. 3
Dinner at Eight 1940, Feb. 18
Dodsworth 1939, Nov. 26



Escape 1939, Oct. 15



A Farewell to Arms 1941, Nov. 24
Feed the World 1943, Jan. 17
Fifth War Loan Drive, Soldier Field, Chicago 1944, June 19
Fifth War Loan Drive, Texarkana, Texas 1944, June 12
Finger in the Wind 1943, Jan. 11
Flyer Come Home 1943, Jan. 25
Flying Fortress 1942, Nov. 9
The Future 1943, Feb. 1



G. K. Chesterton Poem 1941, Dec. 22
The Garden of Allah 1939, Nov. 19
George Jessel (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 19
The Glass Key 1939, Mar. 10
Golden Honeymoon 1946, Aug. 2
The Green Goddess 1939, Feb. 10
Gremlins 1942, Dec. 21
Groucho Marx (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Jan. 26



The Happy Prince 1941, Dec. 22
The Happy Hypocrite 1942, Jan. 26
Hedda Hopper (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 23
Hell on Ice 1946, Aug. 9
Hidalgo 1941, Sept. 15
The Hitch Hiker 1941, Nov. 17; 1946, June 21
Huckleberry Finn 1940, Mar. 17
The Hurricane 1939, Nov. 5



I Lost My Girlish Laughter 1939, Jan. 27
I'm a Fool 1941, Sept. 29; 1946, Aug. 23
If in Years to Come 1941, Oct. 13
The Interlopers 1941, Sept. 29
An Irishman and a Jew 1941, Sept. 15
The Islands 1942, Nov. 29
It Happened One Night 1940, [Jan. 28]



Jane Eyre 1940, Mar. 31; 1946, June 28
Jimmy Durante & Aurora Miranda (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 10
June Moon 1940, Mar. 24



King Lear 1946, Sept. 13



Lana Turner (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 5
Letter to Mother 1943, Jan. 18
Life with Adam 1946, July 19
Lilliom 1939, Oct. 22
Lionel Barrymore (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 2
Lost Horizon 1939, Dec. 3
Lucille Ball (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 8; May 3
Lynn Bari (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 28



Marjorie Reynolds (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 31
Martha O'Driscoll (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 21
Mary Boland (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 29
The Master of Ballantrae 1945, Apr. 10
The Maysville Minstrel 1941, Nov. 10
Mexico 1943, Jan. 10
Les Miserables 1939, Apr. 7
Moat Farm Murder 1946, July 26
Moby Dick 1946, Aug. 30
Monty Woolley (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 12
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town 1940, Feb. 11
Mrs. James and the Pot of Tea 1943, Jan. 25
Murder in the Bank 1941, Sept. 22
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd 1939, Nov. 12
Mutiny on the Bounty 1939, Jan. 13
My Little Boy 1942, Jan. 19



Nativity From St. Luke's 1941, Dec. 22
The Navigator 1942, Nov. 23



Oliver Twist 1938, Oct. 2
Only Angels Have Wings 1940, [Feb. 23]
Our Town 1939, May 12



Pan American Airlines 1942 Dec. 28
Parker Poetry 1941, Oct. 13
Passage to More than India 1942, Oct. 2
A Passenger to Bali 1946, July 5
The Patriot 1939, Apr. 14
Peter Ibbetsen 1939, Sept. 9
Prisoner of Assiout 1941, Oct. 20
Private Lives 1939, Apr. 21



Rabble in Arms 1940, Mar. 3
Rebecca 1938, Dec. 9
The Right Side 1941, Sept. 22
Robert Benchley (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 16
Romance 1941, Oct. 20
Royal Regiment 1939, Mar. 3
Ruth Terry (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, July 19



The Search for Henri Le Fevre 1946, July 12
Selections from Romeo and Juliet 1946, Aug. 2
The Sexes 1941, Sept. 22
Shakespearean Sonnet 1941, Oct. 20
Show Boat 1939, Mar. 31
Shredni Vashtar 1941, Sept. 15
Something's Going to Happen to Henry 1941, Dec. 1
Song of Solomon 1941, Sept. 29
State Fair 1939, Feb. 24
Susan Hayward (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, July 12
Symptoms of Being 35 1941, Dec. 8



Tale of Two Cities 1938, July 25
The Tell-Tale Heart 1946, Aug. 23
Tex-Ark Program 1944, June 14
That's Why I Left You 1941, Nov. 10
Theodora Goes Wild 1940, Jan. 14
There are Frenchmen and Frenchmen 1941, Dec. 29
There's Always a Woman 1939, Dec. 17
The Things We Have 1939, May 26
Twentieth Century 1939, Mar. 24



Vanessa 1939, Dec. 10
Victor Moore (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 1
Victoria Regina 1939, June 2



Walt Whitman Poetry: From Leaves of Grass 1941, Dec. 8
War Workers 1942, Dec. 14
What Every Woman Knows 1939, Sept. 24
Wickford Point 1939, May 5
Wilbur Brown, Habitat: Brooklyn 1941, Dec. 1
Wild Oranges 1941, Nov. 3
Wilde Twins (Lee & Lyn), Lois Collier (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 24


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