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Jules Feiffer papers, 1919-1995

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Writings, 1940-1995 (continued)
Little Murders See also Container 28, “Car Ride”
Articles by Feiffer, 1967, undated
Book publication, 1966, 1989, undated
Film production
Correspondence and contracts, 1968-1970
BOX 46 Newspaper clippings and related material, 1970-1974, 1988, undated
Production records, 1970, undated
General correspondence, 1966-1970 Correspondents include Charles Marowitz, Walter Matthau, and Mike Nichols
(2 folders)
Full text, 1966, undated
(2 folders)
Holograph, undated
BOX 47 Typescript, undated
Royal Shakespeare Co., London, England, undated
Schubert Theater, New York, N.Y., undated
(2 folders)
Screenplay, draft, undated
Theater productions
Great Britain
Correspondence and contracts, 1966-1967
Photographs, playbills, and newspaper clippings, 1967, undated
BOX 48 Greece, 1974
Italy, 1968, 1985-1986
United States, 1966-1977, 1988-1991
Other countries, 1967-1969, 1987, undated
New York, N.Y.
Booth Theater and Broadhurst Theatre
Correspondence, playbill, and miscellany, 1967
Newspaper clippings and related material, 1967
Circle in the Square Theater
Correspondence and playbills, 1968-1970 Correspondents include Lillian Hellman and John Herse
Financial records, 1969
Newspaper clippings and related material, 1969
Second Stage Theater, 1987
Northern Europe and Scandinavia, 1968-1972 See also OV 3, same heading
BOX 49 Miscellaneous
Play notes and ideas, circa 1950s-circa 1980s See also OV 3, same heading
Television situation comedy ideas, circa 1980s
Theater productions based on Feiffer's work, 1962-1966, 1974-1975, 1987
“The Needler,” playscript, draft fragments, undated
“Nevins,” playscript or screenplay ideas
Dialogue drafts, undated
Notes, undated
“Nuclear Follies,” television script and correspondence, 1984-1985, undated
“N.V.,” filmscript
Full text, 1989
(2 folders)
Revisions, undated
BOX 50 “The Page Boys,” television script, pilot episode, 1990-1991
(7 folders)
“Passionella” or “Come Back, Go Away, I Love You”
Correspondence and contracts, 1960-1967
Musical lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, undated
Playscript, drafts, 1959-1963
(2 folders)
“Play for Two Characters,” playscript, draft, undated
Essay, “Popeye Introduction,” 1984
Film production
Correspondence, contract, essay by Marie Segar Clausen, and promotional material, 1977-1980
Newspaper clippings and related material, 1980, undated
BOX 51 Shooting schedule, 1980
Holograph, undated
Typescript, undated
Full text, 1979, undated
(4 folders)
Film treatment, 1978, undated
Puss in Boots
Screenplay, undated
BOX 52 Television production, 1984
“The Satan Prize”
Correspondence and background material, 1992, undated
Script for television, drafts
Holograph, undated
Typescript, undated
Full text, 1992
Sessions, “Gunfight at the Bookman Corral” episode for Billy Crystal
Correspondence and transcript of conversation, 1991
Script, drafts
Fragments, undated
Full text, 1991
“So True,” screenplay
Correspondence and storyline transcript, 1992
Holograph, undated
Typescript, 1993, undated
Full text, 1993
BOX 53 “Street Song,” playscript, act one, by Calvin Trillin and Jules Feiffer
Full text
“The Steinettes Musical,” draft, undated
“Streetsong,” draft with article about the Steinettes by Trillin, 1979
Notes, undated
Revisions, undated
A Think Piece
Fragment, undated
Full text, 1978-1979, undated
(5 folders)
Holograph and typescript, undated
BOX 54 Typescript, undated
Reading scripts
Circle Repertory Co., preproduction script, undated
Manhattan Theater Club, New York, N.Y., 1979, undated
Theater production
Correspondence and contract, 1982, undated
Newspaper clippings and related material, 1982, undated
Playbills and production and promotional material, 1982-1986, undated
White House Murder Case
Playscript, drafts
Fragments, undated
Full text, 1969, undated
(2 folders)
BOX 55 Revisions, undated
Theater productions
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