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Thu Oct 16 18:00:14 2014 UTClccn-n820360070.00Lew Christensen, photographs from the Christensen-Caccialanza papers /0.181.00[Interview with Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin]46949136Ray_Bolgern 82036007733064Bolger, Raymond WallaceBolger Raymond Wallace 1904-1987Bulcao, Raymond Wallace.Bulcao, Raymond Wallace 1904-1987Wallace.lccn-n50015080Garland, Judyothsngprfctbactlccn-n82213991Lahr, Bert1895-1967sngprfactlccn-n85376787Morgan, Frank1890-1949othsngprfactlccn-n85151819Fleming, Victor1889-1949prfflmdrtctblccn-n85376730Haley, Jack1899-1979othsngprfactlccn-n80015727Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerprolccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)dstfast-1176451Wizard of Oz (Fictitious character)lccn-n85151550Langley, Noel1911-1980sceausctbadplccn-n85342783LeRoy, Mervyn1900-1987proBolger, RayDramaFilm adaptationsJuvenile worksFictionHistoryMusicFilm and video adaptationsMusical filmsAdventure storiesFantasy filmsOz (Imaginary place)Wizard of Oz (Fictitious character)Good and evilScarecrow (Fictitious character : Baum)Cowardly Lion (Fictitious character)Baum, L. Frank--(Lyman Frank),FriendshipTin Woodman (Fictitious character)WitchesKansasTornadoesMonkeysWizardsGale, Dorothy (Fictitious character)Ziegfeld, Flo,United StatesMotion picture music--ExcerptsMan-woman relationshipsMusicalsMusicals--ExcerptsRevues--Production and directionToysFilm adaptationsMotion picture musicDance in motion pictures, television, etcSanta ClausWaitressesRestaurantsDancersMail order bridesIrish AmericansAdams, Samuel Hopkins,Irish American familiesImmigrantsPopular musicRich peopleSocial influenceChristmas storiesFairy talesChildren's songsFantasyTelevision music--ExcerptsAmusement parksMusicals--Excerpts, ArrangedEntertainersMotion picturesChildren's stories, AmericanHerbert, Victor,ToymakersOrchestral music, Arranged19041987192019321933193519361937193919411942194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957196019611962196419651966196719691972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014203916960266632791.4372PN1997ocn042705473ocn406585557ocn020186973ocn857919051ocn049694150ocn024535612ocn012784748ocn028553730ocn033929415ocn450065593ocn033501796ocn033118795ocn039490219ocn026853890ocn020544283ocn166263192ocn003265902ocn033929415ocn052219100ocn027018499ocn012359100ocn037671392ocn040709547ocn037365448ocn227034619ocn227035514ocn033255923ocn233953360ocn658559759ocn804981349ocn762750451ocn026605160ocn123119079ocn054058674ocn276310639ocn262700080ocn742674646ocn8644272148654157ocn042705473visu19390.18Fleming, VictorThe Wizard of OzHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsMusical filmsFantasy filmsFilm adaptationsWizard of Oz filmsPicture booksWhen a nasty neighbor tries to have her dog put to sleep, Dorothy takes her dog, Toto, and starts to run away. A tornado appears and carries her to the magical land of Oz. Wishing to return home, she begins to travel to the city of Oz where a great wizard lives. On her way she meets a Scarecrow who needs a brain, a Tin Man who wants a heart, and a Cowardly Lion who desperately needs courage. They all hope the all-mighty Wizard of Oz will help them, but they have to get to the Emerald City before the Wicked Witch of the West catches up with them+-+82154346963248756ocn053816192visu19360.21Leonard, Robert ZThe great ZiegfeldDramaThis film presents both the personal life and theatrical enterprises of America's foremost showman, Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. Opulence and lavishness abound in the numerous spectacular production numbers+-+584811532532481815ocn050776067visu19610.14Babes in ToylandJuvenile worksFictionDramaFantasy filmsFilm adaptationsA musical excursion into the world of Mother Goose. Mary Contrary and Tom Piper are preparing for their wedding, but the villainous Barnaby wants Mary for himself, so he kidnaps Tom+-+688183332580914ocn049694150visu19460.19Sidney, GeorgeThe Harvey girlsHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsOn a train trip West to become a mail order bride Susan Bradley meets a cheery crew of young women traveling out to open a " Harvey House " restaurant at a remote whistle stop to provide good cooking and wholesome company for railway travellers. When Susan and her bashful suitor find romance daunting, Susan joins the Harvey Girls instead. The saloon across the street with its alluring worldly-wise women offers them tough competition, fair and foul, and Susan catches the eye of the Ned Trent, the distant but intense proprietor of the bar78126ocn033501796rcrd19390.19Arlen, HaroldThe Wizard of Oz selections from the original motion pictureMusicDramaRadio adaptation of L. Frank Baum's tale of Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, the Wizard of Oz and Toto, too5828ocn143444724visu19850.24That's dancing!HistoryFrom Baryshnikov to break dancing, from Fred and Ginger to Shirley and Bojangles, from movement depicted on Grecian urns to the kaleidoscopic pizzazz of Busby Berkely spectaculars4243ocn262623433visu19760.14Caldwell, TaylorCaptains and the kings an American dynastyHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsJoseph Armagh is a poor Irish immigrant who is determined to create a better life for his family. He arrives in America in the mid-19th century. Through personal struggle, heartache and perseverance, he becomes one the the wealthest and most powerful men in the country+-+42158726963242741ocn033118795rcrd19950.20Arlen, HaroldOz27212ocn025596842visu19520.17Butler, DavidApril in ParisFictionDramaThe State Department wants Ethel Barrymore to represent the American theater an an arts exposition in Paris, but the invitation mistakenly goes to Ethel "Dynamite" Jackson, a chorus girl+-+29592346962331ocn039490219rcrd19980.18Ultimate Broadway2161ocn026853890rcrd19920.17The music of Disney a legacy in songMusic2007ocn010450140visu19830.07Peter and the magic eggJuvenile worksDramaUncle Amos tells the story of Mama and Papa Doppler. In danger of losing their farm to Tobias Tinwhiskers, the Dopplers get help from Peter and the Magic Egg1914ocn020544283rcrd19890.21Arlen, HaroldThe Wizard of Oz original cast albumDrama1622ocn166263192visu20070.16Broadway's best at PopsSome of Broadway's most beloved stars join the Boston Pops for show-stopping performances from the world's best-loved musicals. Featuring many legendary performers and conductors1345ocn052219100visu19660.08The daydreamerJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm adaptationsYoung Hans Christian Andersen falls asleep and dreams some of his most famous fairy tales1327ocn003259583rcrd19750.07Baum, L. FrankThe Wizard of OzJuvenile worksFictionAudio adaptationsAdventure storiesFantasy fictionAfter a cyclone transports her to the land of Oz, Dorothy must seek out the great wizard in order to return to Kansas12210ocn004218123rcrd19620.74Strouse, CharlesAll American941ocn032355804visu19940.12There's no place like homeDramaThe Ingalls have moved to the city in the hopes of making a better living. The city turns out to be a harsh place. The Ingalls decide to return to Walnut Grove only to find it a dying town. It will take the Ingalls' love and devotion and a miracle to rebuild a shattered community913ocn021033934rcrd19830.07Baum, L. FrankLittle Oz storiesJuvenile worksStories about the American adventures of the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, the Woggle-Bug, and Jack Pumpkinhead, the Animated Saw Horse, and the Flying Gump862ocn029996504visu19930.21Look for the silver liningDramaThe true story of Marilyn Miller, Broadway's legendary musical star91ocn435551668score19480.31Loesser, FrankOnce in love with Amy : from the Broadway production Where's CharleyPortraits51ocn270136024score19390.31Arlen, HaroldOver the rainbow : from the M-G-M picture, the Wizard of OzPortraits11ocn883429674mix1.00Bolger, RayPapersArchivesCollection consists of material related to the career of comedian, dancer, and actor Ray Bolger. Included in the collection is script material, contractual documents, correspondence, clippings, photographs, music, and ephemera related to Bolger's career. Notably absent are original materials relating to the production of the 1939 film Wizard of Oz11ocn741191221score19620.47Strouse, CharlesIf I Were You : All American : Musical ComedyPictorial works11ocn422969561visu1.00[Hearst newsreel footage. Ray Bolger, CS361]11ocn884920319visu19391.00Bonsall, Walter AWizard of Oz portraitsPortraitsPortraits in black and white of the actors in costume: Bert Lahr as the Cowardly Lion, Jack Haley as the Tin Man, and Ray Bolger as the Scarecrow11ocn495844934art19950.10Quigley, MartinBolger, Ray: actorBiography Dictionaries11ocn164590094art19660.10American Society of Composers, Authors and PublishersArnold, Bernard (Buddy)11ocn889577544score19410.24Kern, JeromeTwo little bluebirdsPortraitsMusic11ocn871187784visu19640.10Valley Music Theater openingPhotograph caption dated July 8, 1964 reads, "Notables attend opening of Valley Music Theater. From left: Mrs. Buster Keaton, Buster Keaton, Mrs. Ray Bolger, and Bolger."11ocn122687054mix1.00United Service Organizations (U.S.)Camp Shows Publicity RecordsThe USO Camp Show Publicity Records consist of reports, clippings, posters and photographs for the years 1941 through 195511ocn702777309book19531.00Murray, Barbara AnneRay Bolger11ocn423068088visu19691.00[Judy Garland funeral, New York City. Hearst color cans, HCCc227r3, 20409]"After days of New Yorkers paying their final respect to the singer-actress, Judy Garland is laid to rest by many of her many friends including James Mason and Ray Bolger"--Hearst index card11ocn051877105visu19951.00[Interview with Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin]InterviewsProducers Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin discuss their collaboration on musicals, including Guys and dolls and Where's Charley?, working with Ray Bolger, and the evolution and development of their longstanding professional relationship11ocn794513287score19200.39Kern, JeromeLook for the silver lining : duetPortraits11ocn051327125art1999Bolger, Ray11ocn082780148visuLew Christensen, photographs from the Christensen-Caccialanza papersPhotographs of Lew Christensen and persons connected with him. Some of the persons included: Harold Christensen, Willam Christensen, George Balanchine, Ruby Asquith, Josephine McKendrick?, Mignon Lee, Wiora Stoney, Lincoln Kirstein, Elise Reiman, Richard E. LeBlond, Tony Duquette, Jacques D'Amboise, Stephano Mascagno, Gisella Caccialanza, Ray Bolger, Janet Reed, and Michael Smuin+-+5848115325324+-+5848115325324Thu Oct 16 15:38:52 EDT 2014batch31029