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III. Writings: detailed list

Arranged by articles, major works and writings by others.
*Articles. Contains drafts, correspondence, tear sheets and other related materials. Arranged in alphabetical order by title of larger work.

Box 152
  • American Film. "A Short Golden Age" March 1980
  • Cinema. "Marnie, by Alfred Hitchcock" and various articles for PB's column: Point of View. 1964-1965
  • Collegiate Journal. Various articles for PB's and Vladimir Lehowich column: As We See It. 1953-1957
  • Columbia Records. Liner notes for various recordings. 1961-1962
  • Esquire.
    • 1962, Aug. Talkies
    • 1962, Nov. Mr. Lewis is a Pussycat
    • 1964, Sept. Bogie in Excelsis
    • 1965, Feb. Go-Go and Hurry
    • 1972, Jan. Hollywood: Over the Hill
    • 1972, Feb. Hollywood: Leo McCarey
    • 1972, Mar. Hollywood: Chuck Jones
    • 1972, Apr. Hollywood: Cary Grant
    • 1972, May. Hollywood: John Wayne
    • 1972, June. Hollywood: Favorite films
    • 1972, July. Hollywood: James Cagney
    • 1972, Aug. Hollywood: Best movies
    • 1972, Sept. Hollywood: B-movies

Articles (cont.)

Box 153
  • Esquire (cont.).
    • 1972, Oct. Hollywood: Selznick & Capra
    • 1972, Nov. Hollywood: Ernst Lubitsch
    • 1972, Dec. Hollywood: Meeting the President
    • 1972. The Kane Mutiny
    • 1973, Jan. Hollywood: Marlene Dietrich
    • 1973, Feb. Hollywood: location
    • 1973, Mar. Hollywood: Preston Sturges
    • 1973, Apr. Hollywood: Zukor party
    • 1973, May. Hollywood: Being interviewed
    • 1973, June. Hollywood: Deep Throat, etc.
    • 1973, July. Hollywood: Henry Fonda
    • 1977, Dec. Hollywood: A Conspirator in Berlin
    • 1978, Jan. Hollywood: An Afternoon at the New Yorker
    • 1978, Feb. Sinatra and Company
    • 1978, Feb. Hollywood: Hula Hoops and Hopes
    • 1978, Mar. 1. Hollywood: The Murder of Sal Mineo
    • 1978, Mar. Hollywood: Mr. Carter Goes to Hollywood
    • 1978, Apr. 11. Hollywood: Oscar at Fifty
    • 1983, July. John Ford: American Orpheus (2 folders)
    • [1989]. Cary Grant: Old Acquaintance (3 folders)
    • Miscellaneous
  • The Film. "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Summer 1960
  • Film Culture. "Frank Tashlin-An interview and an Appreciation," "Tashlin!," Two Weeks in Another Town," "Edgar G. Ulmer (September 17, 1900-September 30, 1972)," "The Birds," "Review of Hatari" 1962, 1974
  • Film Quarterly. "An Interview with Sidney Lumet" Winter 1960
  • Frontier. "Williams on the Screen," "Crusade Forgotten," "American Film Comedy: Brass Present and Golden Past," "The Ninth Wave" 1959-1960
  • The Half-Moon. Various articles on film. 1954-1956
  • Hatari News. "Howard Hawks: A Name to Remember" undated
  • Ivy. Various reviews for theatre and film. 1959-1960
  • Kennedy Center Honors. Tribute to Cary Grant, Dec. 6, 1981
  • LA Times. "Josef von Sternberg's Inner Eye Still Keeps Its Secrets," Jan. 18, 1970; "Allan Dwan, 1885-1981," Dec. 27, 1981; "Marlene's Passkey: Goddess, Woman, Artist" Review of books about Marlene Dietrich," 1992
  • Liberty. "Portrait of John Ford" undated
  • The London Times. 30 years of Hollywood: an interview with Alfred Hitchcock

Articles (cont.)

Box 154
  • Movie. Columns: Letter from Hollywood and Small Talk-Hollywood; "Encounters with Jose von Sternberg," "Josef von Sternberg," "Tashlin's Cartoons," "Working Within the System: Interview with Donald Siegel." 1963-1970
  • Movies International. Movie reviews, 1965-1966; Alfred Hitchcock on "Marnie" and "Torn Curtin" (2 folders)
  • New York. "The Director as Target," "Taps for Mr. Ford," Ride, Boldly Ride," "Period Piece," Paul Revere and the Trolley Tracks," Hitchcock High and Low," The Duke's Gone West," "Two Beeg Green Eyes" 1968, 1973-1974, 1979
  • New York Film Bulletin. Various untitled articles. 1960
  • New York Times. "Is It True What They Say About Orson?" 1970; "Henry Fonda," 1966; "Boris Karloff, 1887-1969," 1969; "The Original Written-And-Directed-By Was Preston Sturges," 1992
  • New Yorker. Various articles for Film Notes. 1960
  • On Film. "Peter Bogdanovich Interviews Otto Preminger" undated
  • Saturday Evening Post. "Sonny and Cher: They're What's Happening, Baby" Apr. 23, 1966
  • Variety. "Hitchcock's Gallery" Oct. 26, 1965
  • Washington Post Book World. "Simon Simonized" Review of Private Screenings, by John Simon. Nov. 5, 1967
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Two articles by Daniel Talbot, ghost written by PB. 1960
    • Various articles written for CBS News. 1988-1989
    • Various radio scripts
    • Unpublished articles (4 folders)
    • Lists of writings

Major works. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Allan Dwan: The Last Pioneer

Box 154
  • Correspondence: general; Tim Lyons, including his Ph.D. thesis "The Silent Partner"; Clark Wilkinson (4 folders)
  • Filmography: Information; National Film Catalog; notes; silent film records & synopses (4 folders)
  • Research: Letters to & news clippings about AD, some pictures; jottings, lyrics of AD; stills notes; notes (5 folders)

Allan Dwan: The Last Pioneer (cont.)

Box 155
  • Interviews: transcripts and cuts (16 folders)
  • Drafts (4 folders)

Allan Dwan: The Last Pioneer (cont.)

Box 156
  • Drafts (11 folders)

The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock and other Hitchcock related materials

Including interview transcripts and a longer proposed book based on this monograph with preliminary title: Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Box 156
  • Filmography - Television; Edited notes for each film in chronological order [1922-1974]; Film media releases; PB Notes, misc. (7 folders)
  • Research - including photographs and stills (2 folders)
  • Interviews - transcripts, 1963 and 1972 interviews (7 folders)
  • Drafts (4 folders)

The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock (cont.)

Box 157
  • Drafts (9 folders)
  • Photocopy of The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cinema of Howard Hawks and other Hawks related materials

Including materials from class taught at UCLA by PB concerning Hawks, BBC Television broadcast "The Great Professional: Howard Hawks" and interview transcripts

Box 157
  • Research
    • Notes and essays from PB's Theatre Art class on Howard Hawks at UCLA, ca. 1969 (3 folders)
    • Photocopies of stills
    • Unpublished manuscript from Noel Howard, "Pharaohs I Have Known," ca. 1985 [contains Hawks information] (2 folders)
    • Interview transcripts (5 folders)

The Cinema of Howard Hawks (cont.)

Box 158
  • Interview transcripts (5 folders)
  • Drafts (18 folders)

The Cinema of Howard Hawks (cont.)

Box 159
  • Drafts (20 folders)

The Cinema of Howard Hawks (cont.)

Box 160
  • Drafts (12 folders)
  • Photographs for book
  • Notes and filmography
  • Materials concerning Hawks tribute, including letters from Dean Martin, Lauren Bacall, Kirk Douglas and Edward G. Robinson
  • Materials concerning proposed book: Three Monographs: The Cinema of Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles
  • Miscellaneous materials for The Cinema of Howard Hawks (2 folders)
  • Interview and notes for BBC program "The Great Professional: Howard Hawks"

Directed by John Ford

Box 160
  • Correspondence, revisions, etc. mostly for 2nd edition (3 folders)

The Killing of the Unicorn

Box 161
  • original manuscripts
  • original typed manuscript, 11/5/83 (2 folders)
  • proofs
  • master set
  • editor's copy (2 folders)
  • bound galleys
  • revisions for Brazilian edition
  • photos (3 folders)
  • jacket cover
  • permissions
  • information relating to the book
  • miscellaneous production materials
  • publicity trip, Aug.-Sept. 1984

The Killing of the Unicorn (cont.)

Box 162
  • research
  • correspondence (5 folders)
  • Maranes, Alan
  • legal: includes materials on suits and counter suits between Hugh Hefner and PB (8 folders)
  • California Magazine
  • Daily News (2 folders)
  • 1985
  • ads
  • miscellaneous
  • clippings

Pieces of Time

Box 163
  • Original draft; Draft (3 folders)
  • Second edition:
    • notes (2 folders)
    • edits
    • corrections and permissions
    • drafts and music permissions
    • revisions and index
    • galley proofs
    • photocopy of final copy (no index)
    • jacket
    • notes
    • miscellaneous

This is Orson Welles and other Welles related materials

Box 163
  • Correspondence:
    • OW personal correspondence, 1968-1971 (3 folders)
    • concerning OW
    • Orson Welles book (2 folders)
    • PB as go between
    • letters concerning NY Times article
    • Sherry Arden
    • Herman Gollob, 1970
    • Herman Gollob/Harper's Magazine press
    • legal
    • Joe McBride
    • Ann Rogers
    • solicitations
    • Richard Wilson
    • projects: "Christ," "Don't Catch Me," Soldier," "Smiler," "Carmen," "Jake"
  • Miscellaneous files:
  • bibliography of writings on OW
  • clearances
  • quoted material
  • radio, concerning War of the Worlds
  • Rosenbaum, Jonathon - editor of book (4 folders)
  • William Peiffer & Co.

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 164
  • Research materials:
    • OW translations
    • Quotes to be inserted
    • Interviews & articles by OW
    • OW Letters [copies]
    • Questions, general notes
    • Stills
    • Discards, notes
    • Career, 1915-1943 [rough], 1915-1943 [revised], 1944-1970 [rough], 1944-1970 [revised] (4 folders)
    • Career (3 folders)
    • Career index-discarded
    • Filmography (5 folders)
  • Note files concerning OW movies:
    • Ambersons
    • Catch 22
    • Falstaff
    • Heart of Darkness
    • Hearts of Age
    • The Immortal Story
    • It's All True
    • Jane Eyre
    • Kane
    • The Lady from Shanghai
    • Macbeth
    • Othello
    • The Stranger
    • Touch of Evil
    • The Trial
    • Mae [Woods] to research

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 165
  • Chapter drafts:
    • Questions finished
    • First drafts - Going Hollywood
    • Flashback: The Mercury on Stage & Radio
    • Kane
    • Flashback: Grand Detour
    • Ambersons
    • The Great Scandal
    • Working Within the System
    • Digression: In Praise of Censorship, Innocence & the Marketplace
    • Macbeth
    • Europe, Korda & The Third Man
    • The Lady from Shanghai
    • Othello
    • Digression: The Angle of the Mirror
    • Mr. Arkadin & Before
    • Back to Hollywood & Touch of Evil
    • Qu'est que vous pensez de Mizoguchi?
    • The Trial
    • 19 Chimes at Midnight and Earlier Hours
    • The Immortal Story
    • In the Future: Quixote, Jake & The Deep
    • Other Side of the Wind
    • Draft rewrites:
      • 1. Going Hollywood
      • 2. Flashback: The Mercury on Stage & Radio
      • 3. Citizen Kane
      • 4. Flashback: Detour
      • 5. The Magnificent Ambersons (2 folders)
      • 6. The Great Scandal
      • 7. Flashback: Christ & Chaplin at RKO
      • 8. Working Within the System: Stanger & others
      • 9. The Lady from Shanghai
      • 10. Against the Times
      • 11. Macbeth
      • 12. Europe, Korda & The Third Man
      • 13. Othello
      • 14. Angle of the Mirror
      • 15. More Parts, More Projects & Mr. Arkadin
      • 16. Touch of Evil and the Return to Hollywood
      • 17. Qu'est que vous pensez de Mizogouchi?
      • 18. The Trial: Two Moons and Other Events
      • 19. "We Heard the Chimes at Midnight..."
      • 20. The Immortal Story
      • 21. In the Future
  • The World of OW - Rome (2 folders)
  • Guaymas (2 folders)

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 166
  • Chapter drafts:
    • New York (2 folders)
    • Van Nyes (2 folders)
    • Beverly Hills (2 folders)
    • Hollywood (2 folders)
    • Paris (2 folders)
    • Carefree (2 folders)
    • Second chapter drafts:
      • 1. Going Hollywood
      • 2. Flashback: The Mercury on Stage & Radio
      • 3. Citizen Kane
      • 4. Flashback: Detour
      • 5. Quixote - Notes
      • 6. The Magnificent Ambersons (2 folders)
      • 7. The Great Scandal (2 folders)
      • 8. Flashback: Christ & Chaplin at RKO
      • 9. The Lady from Shanghai
      • 10. Against the Times
      • 11. Macbeth
      • 12. Europe, Korda & The Third Man
      • 14. Angle of the Mirror
      • 15. More Parts, More Projects & Mr. Arkadin
      • 17. Qu'est que vous pensez de Mizogouchi?
      • 19. "We Have Heard the Chimes at Midnight..."
      • 20. The Immortal Story
      • 21. In the Future
  • Duplications & revisions
  • Insert & notes for 5-8 (4 folders)
  • Drafts of chapters 4, 5, 7, 9

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 167
  • Drafts of chapters 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19-21 (3 folders)
  • Cuts - miscellaneous (4 folders)
  • Cuts - Ambersons, Grand Detour, Journey & It's All True
  • Cuts - Digressions, misc., directors
  • Cuts - Europe, Korda, Othello, Arkadin
  • Cuts - Immortal, Deep, Quixote, Jake
  • Cuts - Kane & Before
  • Cuts - RKO Flashback, Working in System, Lady from Shanghai, Macbeth
  • Cuts - Touch, Trial, Chimes
  • notes for OW book (3 folders)
  • chapters, acknowledgments, foreword
  • draft of introduction
  • edits, miscellaneous (3 folders)
  • second drafts - Chapters 1, 2 (2 folders)

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 168
  • Second drafts - Chapters 2-3 (4 folders)
  • Draft [copy 1] (8 folders)
  • Draft [copy 2] (4 folders)
  • Draft pages (3 folders)
  • galley proofs (2 folders)

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 169
  • Edits from Iris Chester
  • photographs/stills for books (2 folders)
  • bound proof
  • jacket and jacket materials
  • correspondence related to book
  • publicity (3 folders)
  • reviews
  • audio recording of book (2 folders)
  • Other Welles-related writings by PB:
  • The Cinema of Orson Welles (MOMA monograph) (3 folders)
  • Articles:
    • "Is It True What They Say About Orson?"
    • "The Kane Mutiny"
    • "A Question of Honor"
    • "Raising Kael" (5 folders)
    • "The Scorpion and the Frog" (2 folders)
    • AFI tribute to Orson Welles
    • miscellaneous folder "Articles and reviews by PB"
  • Welles-related writings by others:
    • Andre Bazin - Orson Welles, A Critical View
    • George Bellak - "Rosebud: A Play in Two Acts"
    • Charles Higham - The Films of Orson Welles

This is Orson Welles (cont.)

Box 170
  • Alva Johnson and Fred Smith - "How to Raise a Child"
  • Howard A. Rodman - "The Western Manhattan Warehouse being an account of the final days of Orson Welles, his friends, and what he leaves behind"
  • Orson Vels [Yugoslavian]
  • Miscellaneous:
    • NY tape
    • annotated script, script pages, and stills for Magnificent Ambersons (3 folders)
    • Marty Halperin tapes
    • reel-to-reel tapes
    • "Unpublished story of Orson Welles surfaces at Swann Galleries" - press kit from Swann Galleries
    • clippings (5 folders)
    • miscellaneous (3 folders)

Who the Devil Made It?

Box 170
  • Notes & transcripts for each director:
  • Allan Dwan (1 folder)
  • Raoul Walsh (7 folders)

Who the Devil Made It? (cont.)

Box 171
  • Notes & transcripts for each director:
  • Raoul Walsh (4 folders)
  • Fritz Lang (3 folders)
  • Joseph von Sternberg (3 folders)
  • Howard Hawks (3 folders)
  • Leo McCarey (5 folders)
  • Alfred Hitchcock (4 folders)
  • Edward G. Ulmer (2 folders)

Who the Devil Made It? (cont.)

Box 172
  • Notes & transcripts for each director:
  • Edward G. Ulmer (3 folders)
  • Otto Preminger (5 folders)
  • Joseph H. Lewis (6 folders)
  • Don Siegel (3 folders)
  • Frank Tashlin (3 folders)
  • Appendix
  • Index notes?
  • draft March 29, 1994
  • notes, PB writings
  • draft, with edits (2 folders)
  • Drafts of foreword
  • Misc. drafts

A Year and a Day (calendar)

Box 173
  • 1991 edition.
  • Correspondence
  • early concept of calendar
  • miscellaneous materials and notes (5 folders)
  • drafts, mock-up, revisions (11 folders)
  • miscellaneous
  • working copies (6 vols.)

A Year and a Day (cont.)

Box 174
  • 1992 edition.
  • Correspondence, includes "thank you notes" from Phyllis Diller, Jeff Bridges, Lesley Ann Warren and Oprah Winfrey (3 folders)
  • The birthday book
  • "Calendars sent to:"
  • captions
  • charts
  • dactyl numbers
  • The 5 Stations & 4 X-Quarter days
  • Mariya Gumbatas
  • holidays and additional dates (2 folders)
  • The lady and the unicorn
  • planets
  • tree months
  • weekly/monthly listings
  • zodiac information
  • miscellaneous notes
  • illustrations (2 folders)
  • drafts and revisions (5 folders)
  • galleys (3 folders)
  • cover
  • working copies (2 vols.)

A Year and a Day (cont.)

Box 175
  • 1993 edition.
  • Correspondence (2 folders)
  • publicity
  • statistics
  • trapestries from India
  • corrections, drafts, mock-ups, galleys, etc. (7 folders)
  • working copy (1 vol.)
  • 1994 edition. Corrections, drafts, revisions, etc. (7 folders)

Writings By Others. Arranged alphabetically by author.

Box 175
  • Giacci, Vittorio. Cinema on Cinema According to Bogdanovich. Manuscript, photocopy and printed volume (3 folders)
  • Schrader, Scott. Other Heroes. Photocopy of manuscript
  • Sherman, Eric. A Discussion on the Art of Film, based on materials by Paul Weiss, with additional comments by Eric Sherman. Letter from Sherman and carbon of manuscript

Writings By Others (cont.)

Box 176
  • Sinclair, Andrew. John Ford. Letter, photocopy of manuscript and uncorrected proof (4 folders)
  • Sturges, Preston. Preston Sturges. Photocopy of book and letter
  • Yule, Andrew. Bogdanovich Through His Movies. Postcard from Yule and copy of manuscript
  • author unknown. Marlene Dietrich book. Corrected copy of manuscript (4 folders)

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