Guide to the Humphrey W. Leynse Films and Papers 1916-1977
Cage 438

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Leynse, Humphrey W. (Humphrey William), 1921-1977.
Title
Humphrey W. Leynse Films and Papers
ID
Cage 438
Date [inclusive]
1916-1977
Extent
142.0 containers
General Physical Description note
70 Linear feet of shelf space
Language
English
Abstract
Humphrey W. Leynse’s career in filmmaking began in 1957 as a Motion Picture Officer for the United States Information Service (USIS), first in Djakarta, Indonesia, and later in Seoul, Korea. He made more than fifty documentary films with USIS. In 1970 Leynse came to Washington State University as an Assistant Professor of Communications. The Humphrey W. Leynse Collection consists of films and pre-production material, audiotapes and phonograph records, photographs, miscellaneous papers, and memorabilia.

Preferred Citation note

[Item description] Humphrey W. Leynse Films and Papers, 1916-1977 (Cage 438)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Humphrey W. Leynse was born on June 22, 1921 in Peking, China. His parents, Reverend James and Anna Groenendyk Leynse, were Dutch Reformed Church Missionaries at the Presbyterian Mission in Peking. As a child, Leynse attended the Peking American School, where he first learned to speak English; previously he spoke only Dutch and Mandarin Chinese, and he remained fluent in these languages throughout his life. He also studied French and Indonesian.

Peking was Leynse’s home until age twenty, when he came to the United States to study at Pomona College in Pomona, California. World War II interrupted his education. He served in the U.S. Army and from 1943 to 1945 as a special agent in the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) in the Philippines and New Guinea. His duties included teaching the Chinese language, formulating an English-Indonesian dictionary, and engaging in combat duty as an Agent Investigator. During his time as an Agent Investigator then Sergeant Leynse investigated foreign political groups in the Manila area and helped to establish an informant network. The Army awarded him the Bronze Star in 1945.

At the end of the war, Leynse returned to Pomona to complete his studies for a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. From 1949 through 1951 Leynse served as an educational advisor for the United States Department of the Army and as superintendent of an Educational Center in Karlsruhle, Germany. In 1951, Leynse returned to the Pacific (the Marshall Islands) as an administrator of the Department of the Interior. From1954 to 1957 he again worked for the State Department, investigating those Chinese visa applicants in Hong Kong who sought to emigrate to the United States under the Refugee Relief Act.

Leynse’s career in filmmaking began in 1957 as a Motion Picture Officer for the United States Information Service (USIS), first in Djakarta, Indonesia, and later in Seoul, Korea. He made more than fifty documentary films with USIS. It was during his time in Seoul that he met and married Judith L. Light, a journalist who was assigned to Seoul as a Motion Picture Officer.

Despite his successful career with USIS, Leynse tired of governmental bureaucracy and desired to produce his own full-length feature film. In 1966 he resigned his Foreign Service position and began the odyssey that led him, with Judith and their baby son, to the remote island of Ullung-Do, Korea, some 180 miles east of the mainland in the Sea of Japan. For two years he recorded the harsh life of the fishermen and their families on Ullung-Do. His film, Out There, a Lone Island, won Leynse several awards and was featured in various New York venues, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the American Film Festival, and the Ethnological Film Festival at the Museum of Natural History. Leynse made this film and many others under the auspices of Oceania Productions, a company he created in 1951 to produce educational and theatrical films concerning the Far East.

In 1970 Leynse came to Washington State University as an Assistant Professor of Communications. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1975. Throughout his tenure at Washington State Leynse played an important part developing cinema instruction as part of the Washington State University’s mass media curriculum. In addition to his classes on film criticism, scripting, and documentary film, he taught the very popular "Masters of Cinema" course, which grew from an enrollment of thirty-seven students in the fall of 1970 to seven hundred in the spring of 1977. His film experience was also combined with his Asian interests in a course on Asian society as revealed through Asian films. Leynse also helped to produce one of the area’s most popular radio programs, "Moviegoers," which was written by students in his film criticism classes.

Leynse became ill in April of 1977. Despite this he was able to complete teaching all of his classes and missed only two weeks of the semester; when at one point he dropped in on one of his classes to see how things were going, he was given a spontaneous standing ovation by the students. Following surgery for a brain tumor, Leynse died on August 20, 1977, at the age of fifty-six.

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Scope and Contents note

The Humphrey W. Leynse Collection is divided into five series.

Series 1: Films and Pre-Production Material - The film collection of Humphrey W. Leynse at Washington State University Libraries consists of finished films, work prints, original film, sound tracks on 16mm and 35mm magnetic stock.

Series 2: Audiotapes and Phonograph Records - Includes sounds recorded for filmmaking, tapes for teaching college cinema courses, an index of lecture material, and records from Leynse’s personal collection.

Series 3: Photographs - The photograph collection consists of prints and negatives taken during Leynse’s youth in China, photographs taken by Leynse while producing films in the Orient and South Pacific, and pictures of artwork.

Series 4: Miscellaneous Papers - These include material on Leynse’s childhood in China and his professional life as a filmmaker and college professor.

Series 5: Memorabilia - This series includes mementos and materials from Leynse’s work and travels, such as puppets, rubber stamps, notebooks, scrolls, and medals.

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Arrangement note

Series 1: Films and Pre-Production Material, ca. 1950-1970. - The film collection of Humphrey W. Leynse at Washington State University Libraries consists of finished films, work prints, original film, sound tracks on 16mm and 35mm magnetic stock. The collection includes four categories of films, arranged in numerical sequence.

Subseries 1.1, films numbered 1 to 25, are based on a list developed by Mrs. Judith Leynse, including those made by Leynse or his company, Oceania Productions. Subsereis 1.2, films numbered 26 to 47, are those Leynse made while working for the USIS-Korea. Subseries 1.3, films numbered 48 to 77, are those that Leynse collected. Subseries 1.4, Miscellaneous, includes those film materials (numbered 78 to 89) that were part of the original accession, but that were not described in the original inventory.

Note: Each listing in Series 1 contains information about the film, including credits, summary, length, sound, color, print size and type, and additional collateral materials such as work prints, out takes, sound tracks, or duplicate prints. All materials are numbered sequentially within each listing. Prints are generally ranked in sequence, from the final print back to the original filming. For example, Micronesia, film number 10, consisting of fifty related items, is numbered 10-1 through 10-50. This includes two final prints (10-1 and 10-2), a work print and its duplicate (10-3 and 10-4), one reel of sound track (10-5), two rolls of out takes (10-6 and l0-7), and forty-three rolls of original film (10-8 through 10-50).

Series 2: Audiotapes and Phonograph Records, 1952-1977, n.d. - Includes sounds recorded for filmmaking, tapes for teaching college cinema courses, an index of lecture material, and records from Leynse’s personal collection. The Leynse Audiotape and Record Collection consists of a variety of audio mediums including 3" 5" and 7" reels, some which play at 3 ¾, 7 ½, and 15 inches per second, cassettes, and 45rpm and 75rpm records. For listening convenience, all reel-to-reel items have been dubbed to cassette, re-numbered, and combined with the original cassette collection.

Subseries 2.1 (numbered 1-52) is a collection of tapes that were used in the production of some of the films that Leynse produced for Oceania Productions and those films that Leynse worked on while he was with USIS-Korea. The first fifteen tapes are recordings of music, songs, sounds from the South Pacific Islands, Hong Kong, and parts of Southeast Asia. Tapes 16-26 (including 19 and 19a) are similar, but they include recordings of soundtracks used in the production of some films produced by the USIS-Korea. Tapes numbered 27-36 were used in the production of Out There, a Lone Island (previously titled Under One Roof). The last set in this group (numbered 37-52) is a collection of sounds, songs, and radio programs from various parts of the Orient, some used in the production of Sumodo and Out There, a Lone Island.

Subseries 2.2 of the audiotape collection includes tapes (numbered 53-170) that Leynse recorded for use in teaching college courses about cinema, especially history and criticism. These consist of conversations and discussions recorded from television and radio programs, speeches, and readings from autobiographies. Among some of the subjects are film directors such as Robert Altman, Ingmar Bergman, Frank Capra, Alfred Hitchcock, John Huston, Arthur Penn, and Orson Welles, all of whom discuss their careers in films and filmmaking. Leynse also recorded famous scenes from films like Casablanca (Bogart and Bergman) and High Noon (Gary Cooper). Leynse made these tapes by recording television programs such as "The History of the Movies," "The Men who Made the Movies," "The Moviegoers," and others on more specific subjects such as Japanese cinema and the impact of film on black culture.

There are 171 cassettes total that include MASC recordings of approximately 310 reel-to-reel tapes and fifty-four cassettes from the original collection. Original tapes numbered 235, 244, 245, 259, 271, 275, 279, and 281 to 284 are absent from the archive.

The lecture material portion of the collection was indexed by Leynse on 3 x 5 file cards and divided alphabetically into two categories: "People and Things" and "Films." The numbers indexed refer to the originally numbered item. This index can be found in Box 95.

Subseries 2.3: consists of fourteen phonograph records of music from various countries, including China, Thailand, and Germany.

Subseries 2.4: consists of Leynse’s original reel-to-reel tapes.

Series 3: Photographs, 1931-1962, n.d. - The photograph collection consists of prints and negatives taken during Leynse’s youth in China, photographs taken by Leynse while producing films in the Orient and South Pacific, and pictures of artwork.

The material is arranged into four subseries: 3.1, Prints and Negatives; 3.2, Glass Transparencies; 3.3, Transparencies; and 3.4, Oversize. The hand-colored prints are mostly of landscape scenes and pictures of ornate temples and castles. The snapshots are more tourist-oriented, featuring images of the Leynse family at various sites in China. The glass transparencies are of the Chinese people, many portraits and scenes of people working, and seem to be an attempt to capture the culture in photographs.

Series 4: Miscellaneous Papers, 1916-1977, n.d. - These include material on Leynse’s childhood in China and his professional life as a filmmaker and college professor. Series 4 has been divided into seven subseries:

Subseries 4.1, Clippings, 1916-1976, consists of newspaper and magazine articles that Leynse collected over the years as a source of information for his film classes and for personal reference. This series has been divided into two groups: The Film Industry, and, Movies. The Film Industry pertains to directors, stars, and countries that have made an impact on film. Movies deals with news items on individual films.

Subseries 4.2, Oceania Productions, 1954-1973, contains company records, including all costs and profits associated with movie production, letters to investors, purchase orders, expenses, and employee information. These records show how Leynse attempted to distribute Out There, a Lone Island (originally titled Under One Roof), and includes magazine articles, primarily in English, with some in Korean. This subseries has been divided into two groups: Chronology, and Brochures and Pamphlets. Chronology contains closed accounts, correspondence, receipts, shipping invoices, bills, and film bookings of the company formed by Leynse in 1951 to produce educational and theatrical films dealing with the Far East. The material in this group dates from 1954 through 1973. The second group, Brochures and Pamphlets, includes film brochures for many of Leynse’s movies and the photoprints for the pamphlet on his film Micronesia.

Subseries 4.3, Writings for Publication, 1945-1975, is divided into Short Story Manuscripts and Magazine Articles, and, Book Materials. Short Story Manuscripts and Magazine Articles consists of Leynse’s short story material, much of which was submitted for publication. Book Materials includes drafts, proofs, and copies of Leynse’s book, Selected Short Subjects, a study of Asian, documentary, and propaganda films.

Subseries 4.4, Washington State University, 1908-1977, consists largely of Leynse’s classroom material. Included are lecture notes, tests, syllabi, handouts, news articles, film schedules, reserve material, and other readings. Also included is a small amount of correspondence, travel fund requests, and other material related to Washington State University.

Subseries 4.5, Film-Related Material, 1957-1976, consists of various production components of Leynse’s film-making activities, such as director’s manuals, working notes, scripts, subject and descriptive treatments, recording assignments, and photographs taken on location.

Subseries 4.6, Personal Papers, 1921-1971, includes biographical items, personal documents, and some personal correspondence.

Subseries 4.7, Card File, consists chiefly of undated lecture notes.

Series 5: Memorabilia, 1930-1976, n.d. - This series includes mementos and materials from Leynse’s work and travels, such as puppets, rubber stamps, notebooks, scrolls, and medals.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2016

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

Specific written permission is required from the donor to publish extracts from the correspondence, diaries, logs, and journals of Humphrey W. Leynse. This restriction expired on January 1, 2000. Additionally, reproduction or distribution of the films requires written permission. In all cases, public use of the materials will include an appropriate credit line. The full statement of applicable restrictions can be found in Judith Leynse’s letter to the department that is dated December 21, 1979. This letter is in MASC’s office files.

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright restrictions apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The papers, films, tapes, and photographs of Humphrey W. Leynse were deposited in Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections at Washington State University Libraries by Mrs. Judith Leynse in 1979, forming accession MS 79-39. Robert Arnett arranged and described the film and audio tapes between January and May of 1981.

Processing Information note

Barbara Kovarik Gahl processed the papers and photographs between July and September of 1981. Anna S. Vogt (audiotapes) and Lisa Kliger (films, papers, photographs, and memorabilia) further processed the collection in the fall of 1998 and the spring of 1999 under the supervision of Lawrence Stark (Assistant Archivist) and Trevor Bond (Manuscripts Librarian).

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • East Asia -- Description and travel.

Personal Name(s)

  • Leynse, Humphrey W. (Humphrey William), 1921-1977 -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Colleges and Universities
  • Media and Communication
  • Motion pictures -- Production and direction.
  • Motion pictures -- Study and teaching -- Washington (State) -- Pullman.
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Films and Pre-Production Material, ca. 1950-1970 

Scope and Contents note

The film collection of Humphrey W. Leynse at Washington State University Libraries consists of finished films, work prints, original film, sound tracks on 16mm and 35mm magnetic stock. The collection includes four categories of films, arranged in numerical sequence. Subseries 1.1, films numbered 1 to 25, are based on a list developed by Mrs. Judith Leynse, including those made by Leynse or his company, Oceania Productions. Subsereis 1.2, films numbered 26 to 47, are those Leynse made while working for the USIS-Korea. Subseries 1.3, films numbered 48 to 77, are those that Leynse collected. Subseries 1.4, Miscellaneous, includes those film materials (numbered 78 to 89) that were part of the original accession, but that were not described in the original inventory.

Note: Each listing in Series 1 contains information about the film, including credits, summary, length, sound, color, print size and type, and additional collateral materials such as work prints, out takes, sound tracks, or duplicate prints. All materials are numbered sequentially within each listing. Prints are generally ranked in sequence, from the final print back to the original filming. For example, Micronesia, film number 10, consisting of fifty related items, is numbered 10-1 through 10-50. This includes two final prints (10-1 and 10-2), a work print and its duplicate (10-3 and 10-4), one reel of sound track (10-5), two rolls of out takes (10-6 and l0-7), and forty-three rolls of original film (10-8 through 10-50).

A subject index to these films is available.

Subseries 1.1: Films by Leynse or his company, Oceania Productions 

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ATOLL CALLED MAJURO, AN (Majuro I)   14.0 items

Scope and Contents note

16mm. 7" reel ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 14 minutes ; Producer: H. W. Leynse ; Scenes of life on the island, with shots of H. and Judith Leynse, coconut splitting, sailing, christening of boat, shore fishing.

1-1

ATOLL CALLED MAJURO, AN ; Additional materials: Majuro III (print Air Drop to Bikini Island ?) 

1-2

BALI   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color; 16mm 10" reel, September 1959 ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 20 minutes ; Producer: H. W. Leynse ; Aerial shots of Bali, a cock fight, scenes of the palace.

2-1

BALI ; Additional materials: original film 7" reel 

2-2

GREAT WALL, THE   27.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel, April 1957 ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 27 minutes ; Producer, Li Li-Hwa (Hong Kong's foremost actress); English narration written by H. W. Leynse. ; Story of a young Chinese couple who fall in love, marry, and then are separated when the Emperor demands more workers on the Great Wail. After the wife’s father is arrested and her mother dies, she travels north to be with her husband. When she arrives at the Wall, she finds that her husband has been selected as one of the workers to be killed as a sacrifice called for by the Emperor. The husband is killed as the wife fights for his freedom.

3-1

GREAT WALL, THE ; Additional materials: work print, 14" reel outtakes (3-2), 3-11-72; 7" reel (3-3); 35mm print w/Chinese soundtrack (3-4 to 3-6); 35mm negative print (3-7 to 3-9); three 35mm negative outtakes (3-10 to 3-12); 16mm soundtrack on magnetic stock (3-13 to 3-16) 

3-2 to 3-16

GUAM AND SAIPAN   13.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 13 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of Leynse trip featuring Christmas celebration on Majuro with children of the military personnel.

4

HONG KONG   17.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm (work print). 10" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of a Leynse trip to Hong Kong.

5-1

HONG KONG ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reels 

5-2 to 5-4

INDONESIA   25.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 10" reel. (not found) ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Cattle races, also outtakes from THE NARCOTICS TRADE

6-1

INDONESIA ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reels. 

6-2 and 6-3

JAPAN   12.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 12 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of Leynse trip featuring ship being loaded, Leynses on a cruise ship with friends, a Japanese city, a Samurai-type archer, and city lights at night.

7-1

JAPAN ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reel. 

7-2

MACAU   23.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm (work print). 10" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Travelogue through the city of Macau featuring city scenes, fish market, glass blowing, firecracker packaging.

8-1

MACAU ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reels. 

8-2 and 8-3

MEO TRIBES   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm (work print). 12" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; The Meo tribes growing opium in the wilds of Thailand. ; Most of the footage was used in THE NARCOTICS TRADE.

9-1

MEO TRIBES ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reels. 

9-2 and 9-3

MICRONESIA   9.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. (2 prints) 7" reels. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 9 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; The people of the islands: Marshalls, Carolines, and Palauan groups. The film explains their clothes, trade, food, entertainment, traditional dances, geographical locations, and political situation.

10-1 and 10-2

MICRONESIA ; Additional materials include work prints, 7" reels (10-3, 10-4); cinesound sound track, 7" reel (10-5); outtakes, 100 ft. rolls (10-6, 10-7); and original film, 100 ft. rolls (10-8 through 10-50). 

10-3 to 10-50

MICRONESIA LECTURE   50.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. mm. color. 16mm. (2 prints) 14" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Geographical and historical information about Micronesia, includes footage from MICRONESIA. One print includes newsreel-type footage of dropping an Atomic bomb. The second print runs 23 minutes and excludes the Atomic bomb footage.

11-1 and 11-2

MOMENTS OF TRUTH   4.0 items

Scope and Contents note

black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Collection of film clips concerning the Korean April Revolution of 1960, riots, and people deformities.

12

NARCOTICS TRADE, THE   23.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. (2 prints) 14" and 12" reels. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 27 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Description of the source of the narcotics problem; how and where opium is grown, cultivated, harvested, processed, and refined. Film explains how opium is used in Asian culture and how it is smuggled to the Western world.

13-1 and 13-2

NARCOTICS TRADE, THE ; Additional materials include black and white work print, 14" reel (13-3) and color work print, 12" reel (13-4);½" digital tape transfer from 16 mm, July 1998 (13-5); two videocassettes (13-6, 13-7) 

13-3 to 13-7

OPIUM [Note: Not available. In 2010 these four reels were determined to be both blank and severely chemically degraded. They were withdrawn from the collection.] 

Scope and Contents note

(recordings on magnetic stock) four 10" reels. ; Recordings used for the production of the motion picture OPIUM. ; OUT THERE, A LONE ISLAND (originally UNDER ONE ROOF)

14-1 to 14-4

OUT THERE, A LONE ISLAND (originally UNDER ONE ROOF)   67.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. two 14" reels. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 67 minutes ; Producer, director, writer, H. W. Leynse. Special effects, Judith Leynse. Released by the University of California, Extension Media Center ; The life of a family on a remote Korean island. Designed as a film to be studied as a cultural and social examination of the people living on a desolate island.

15-1 and 15-2

OUT THERE, A LONE ISLAND (originally UNDER ONE ROOF) ; Additional materials include 35mm positive and negative outtakes and film, some mixed with SUMODO material, (15-3 A-H), (15-4 A-F), (15-5 A-E), (15-6 A-D), (15-7 A-G), (15-8), (15-9 A-D), (15-10 A-K), (15-11 A-G), (15-12), (15-13 A-D); 35mm work print (15-14 to 15-22); 35mm composite sound (15-23 to 15-32); UNDER ONE ROOF, heads (15-33); four small reels (15-34 to 15-37); one small roll, music (15-38); videocassette (15-39); videocassette, same as ½" digital tape transfer from 16mm to D5, July 16, 1998, 67 min., (see "To Mr. Leynse") (15-40); fifteen small rolls 16mm magnetic stock sound effects with eight cue sheets (15-41 A-W); Nine rolls of music with notes (15-42 A-I); eight small reels dialog and dialog/music (15-43 A-H); eight small reels heads, two "cuckoo loops," one sheet notes (15-44 A-K); eight small reels heads (15-45 A-H); nine reels of camera originals (15-46 to 15-54); nine fine-grain internegs (15-55 to 15-63); nine 35mm sound (15-64 to 15-72); five 35/32 internegs or 16mm action (15-73 to 15-77); five 35/32 sound tracks or 16mm sound (15-78 to 15-82); four cans of out takes (15-83 to 15-86); one can of 35mm interpositive (15-87); two reels out takes from 16mm print (15-88, 15-89). 

15-3 to 15-89

PACIFIC ISLANDS   14.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of Leynse trip featuring tourists on Fiji, Niafoou, Samoa, and Hawaii; includes underwater footage, a cruise ship, and a Polynesian festival.

16

POLYNESIAN DANCES   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 10 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Dances of Tahiti, Samoa, the Gilberts, and Hawaii, includes explanation of musical instruments, costumes, and how dances are taught to children.

17-1

POLYNESIAN DANCES ; Additional materials include work print, 7" reel (17-2, 17-3); original film, 100 ft. rolls (17-4 to 17-8). 

17-2 to 17-8

RHYTHM OF HONG KONG   18.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 9" reel. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 18 minutes ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; A travelogue of the British Crown Colony featuring scenes of modern Hong Kong’s wealthy homes, an industrial fair, children playing, and a carnival.

18-1

RHYTHM OF HONG KONG ; Additional materials include a final print without sound, 9" reel (18-2); a final print broken up for TV and damaged, 10" reel (18-3); work print, 10" reel (18-4); soundtrack, 10" reel (18-5); original film and duplicate prints, 100 ft. rolls (18-6 to 18-44). 

18-2 to 18-44

SAIPAN, GUAM, MAJURO   7.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of Leynse trip featuring different views of Saipan, a city on Guam, and a cockfight.

19

SALOME   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color l6mm. 7" reel. ; Producer: H. W. Leynse. ; Film by Leynse about their boat called Salome.

20

SINGAPORE   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm (original film). 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of the Leynses in Singapore.

21-1

SINGAPORE ; Additional materials include duplicate film of footage not used in final film, 7" reel . 

21-2

SUMATRA   12.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W Leynse. ; Scenes of a village in Sumatra.

22-1

SUMATRA ; Additional materials include 16mm work print, 10" reel. 

22-2

SUMODO, 1969   15, 14:45 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. video cassette (U standard ¾") (23-1); beta cam digital, 11-6-98 (23-2); VHS, 11-6-98 (23-3, 23-4; VHS, n.d. (23-5) ; Producer, director, writer, H. W. Leynse. ; The Japanese sport of Sumo wrestling, the lives of the wrestlers and the modern sporting event.

23-1 to 23-5

SUMODO, 1969 ; Additional materials include two 16mm work prints, 7" reel, one w/note (23-6, 23-7); 16mm, unident. (23-8); 16mm original film, split core (23-9 to 23-15), duplicates of original film, split core (23-16 to 23-22); 16mm soundtrack (music B) (23-23); two 35mm 10" work prints (23-24, 23-25); 35mm composite soundtrack, split core (23-26); two fx additions, 16mm, split core (23-27, 23-28); 16mm 9" reel master (23-29); 35mm split core (14:07 time) (23-30); two a negs, opt Pts I and II (23-31 A-E, 23-32 A-C); six small boxes with eight 16mm split core (23-33 to 23-38). 

23-6 to 23-38

THAILAND   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

color. 16mm (work print). 12" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Travelogue through Bangkok and outlands, featuring city scenes.

24-1

THAILAND ; Additional materials include original film, 7" reels (24-2, 24-3), 100 ft. rolls (24-4 through 24-14). 

24-2 to 24-14

TIJUANA BULLFIGHTS   4.0 items

Scope and Contents note

black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Producer, H. W. Leynse. ; Film record of bullfights and opening parade, 1951.

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Subseries 1.2: Films produced by Leynse at USIS-Korea 

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APRIL STUDENT REVOLT, KOREA 1960 ( Korea in Review)   7, 20 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel and 10" reel, March 16, 1960 ; Newsreel footage of students rioting in streets of city.

26-1 and 26-2

ASK ME!   7.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff. ; Animated cartoon about setting up a democracy. Written by Richard Dyer McCann, an American film scholar.

27-1

ASK ME! ; Additional materials: Korean language version. 

27-2

BIRDS OF A FEATHER   45.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 14" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; A poor man goes to Seoul looking for a job with the government and finds corruption. A kindly ruler exposes the corruption. Historical drama.

28

COAL   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The coal industry in Korea, its change from crude mining to the use of modern mining techniques.

29

INCOMPARABLE ZYGMUNT NAGORSKI, THE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; Nagorski’s work in re-establishing industry in Korea

30

INN, THE   40.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 14" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; An American musician who comes to Korea to lead the Philharmonic orchestra learns about traditional Korean music and the history of inn keeping while vacationing at a village inn.

31

ISLAND DOCTOR   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; A doctor comes to live on a secluded Korean island. Modern medicine helps poverty and health problems.

32

LEGACY, A   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The history of Korean potters in Japan. The Japanese invaded Korea and took potters back to Japan, where their descendants still live.

33

LIBERTY NEWS #352   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. Korean language version only. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff. ; Riots and student revolts in Korea.

34

LIGHTHOUSE, THE   60.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. .4" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; Two men working in a lighthouse demonstrate the jobs and responsibilities of the lighthouse. A sea captain is used as an example.

35

LITANY OF HOPE   60.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. Two 14" reels. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The story of Korean poet Han Ha Wun who was a leper and was cured.

36-1 and 36-2

MASTER’S HAND, THE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; An old artist remembers his life.

37

MIGHTY HAN, THE   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The Han River.

38

MOUNTAIN, THE   40.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 14" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse ; A man’s wife and son are killed on April 3, 1949 when the Communists raid his village. For 10 years the man and his two remaining children live in poverty in a city, then return to the mountain village. Film explains culture on secluded Korean island.

39

PRESIDENT SUKARNO'S TOUR OF INDONESIA   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10"reel. ; Produced by USIS staff. ; Sukarno, President of Indonesia, visits the districts of Indonesia. Film shows cultural festivals as the President arrives at the different parts of Indonesia. Leynse produced and directed this film as well as being the cameraman.

40

REEDERS OF SANGNAM, THE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The career of Lorin Reeder, manager of USIS MOPIX Lab, Sangnam.

41

SCREEN MAGAZINE #13¾ HORSE HAIR HAT, THE 

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. English (44-A) and Korean language (44-B) versions. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff. ; The making of the traditional Korean hat. (motion picture) USIS-Korea English (44-A) and Korean.

42

SCREEN MAGAZINE #21¾ CHRIS VON SALTZA   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. (2 prints) 7" reels ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff. ; American girl comes to Korea to coach the Olympic swimming team.

43-1

SHIPMATES   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea and staff headed by Leynse. ; The life of a fisherman and his family. The oldest son wants to leave the family and go to college to learn about modern fishing. Film explains the Pusan Fishery College. Modern fishing ship is built and demonstrated.

44

TANK   40.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 14" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; The transfer of tanks from the U. S. Army to the Korean Army. One American works for the Korean Army and Communist spies try to steal a tank.

45

TO MR. LEYNSE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Digital Tape + 2 VHS video, length: 20 minutes ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff as a gift to Leynse. ; Leynse’s career while at USIS-Korea.

46-1

TO MR. LEYNSE ; ½" digital tape transfer from 16mm, July 1998 (Out There, a Lone Island) 

46-2

TO MR. LEYNSE ; Two video cassettes, n.d 

46-3 and 46-4

WITH HAND AND HEART   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Produced by USIS-Korea staff headed by Leynse. ; A handicapped young man returns to his village after the Korean War. He becomes depressed and goes to the city and finds help at the Union Christian Service Center.

47

Subseries 1.3: Films collected by Leynse 

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ART OF CHINESE PAINTINGS, THE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Taiwan Film Studios ; Chinese paintings are explained.

48

ASHES, ASHES ALL FALL DOWN   4.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 5" reel (with 7" reels). ; Student film from Cal. Poly, Pomona; class taught by Leynse. ; Mannequins, flowers, and a deserted train.

49-1 to 49-3

ATLAS IN ORBIT   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 711 reel. ; Newsreel produced by USIS. ; Launching of Atlas rocket on December 18, 1958 and explanation of American satellite system.

50

BATTLE OF BRITAIN   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Air battle of England. Part II only.

51

BATTLE OF RUSSIA   90.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. Two 14" reels. ; A history of all the times Russia has been invaded. ; Includes scenes from ALEXANDER NEVSKY.

52-1 and 52-2

BERLIN STORY   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Newsreel produced by USIS. ; Liberation of Berlin at end of World War II.

53

BOMBS OVER EUROPE   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Newsreel produced by The News Parade-Castle Films. ; World War II air strikes on European cities.

54

CHRISTMAS IN MANY LANDS   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel ; Celebration of Christmas in various countries.

55

ENOCH PRENTIS   25.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; A dramatic presentation with Charles Bickford.

56

EXPLORERS IN SPACE   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Newsreel produced by USIS. ; Space research and the 1957 Geophysical Year.

57

FALL OF HONG KONG, RUSSIAN SNOW TROOPS, GUADALCANAL   25.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Produced by Armed Forces Films. ; Compilation of World War II films.

58

FIGHT FOR EGYPT   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Newsreel produced by The News Parade-Castle Films. ; Allied victory in African deserts over Rommel.

59

GROWTH OF A LANGUAGE¾ AMERICAN VERSION   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Korean language.

60

HOUSE, A WIFE, A SINGING BIRD, A   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 12" reel. ; P.F.N. State Film Studios of Indonesia. ; An Indonesian family.

61

IMAGES OF DEBUSSY   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Cinemath que de L'Ensiegnement Public ; French composer, Debussy. In French.

62

JAPAN: THE TEN YEARS BEFORE PEARL HARBOR   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10"reel (2 prints) ; Newsreel produced by March of Time. ; Military history of Japan before Pearl Harbor attack.

63-1 and 63-2

MAN IN INHUMANITY, A   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Documentary produced by Free Hungary. ; Imre Nagy, Premier, is taken out of office by the Communists.

64

MOBY DICK   30.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 12" reel. ; Moby Dick story told with paintings.

65

NATION IN TORMENT   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Newsreel produced by USIS. ; Hungary after World War II.

66

PACIFIC ISLAND   18.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 10" reel. ; The International Film Foundation ; Travelogue of islands in the Pacific.

67

PEARL HARBOR AND NORMANDY   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; A newsreel by The News Parade-Castle Films. ; War effort up until D-Day.

68

ROME FALLS TO THE ALLIES   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; A newsreel by The News Parade-Castle Films. ; Allied invasion of Italy.

69

SCHOOL AT RINCON SANTO   10.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; A film by James Blue. ; Poor village in Colombia gets its first school.

70

SEA OF WINSLOW HOMER, THE   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 9" reel. ; An episode of the OMNIBUS program, CBS-TV ; Maritime paintings by Homer.

71

SKY POWER   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Credits: Newsreel produced by USIS. ; American defense missiles.

72

TEXTILES AND ORNAMENTAL ARTS OF INDIA   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Art of Indian clothing, made by Charles and Ray Eames.

73

TILT   19.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Film Board of Canada ; An animated film about ecology and population control.

74

TRUE GLORY, THE   90.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. Three 12" reels. ; Documentary produced by the U.S. War Department. ; Allied invasion of Europe from D-Day to fall of Berlin.

75-1 to 75-3

UNCONQUERABLE TIBET   8.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. black and white. 16mm. 7" reel. ; Geography and history of Tibet.

76

YAKUZA   20.0 items

Scope and Contents note

sound. color. 16mm. 10" reel. ; Organized crime in Japan.

77

Subseries 1.4: Miscellaneous 

Scope and Contents note

3 ½" reel, 16mm

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"Japanese Army" (tinted) 

Scope and Contents note

3 ½" reel

78

"Lei Day" 

Scope and Contents note

3" reel

79

"Maps done by artist" 

Scope and Contents note

2 ¾" reel

80

"Marchena" 

Scope and Contents note

2 ¾" reel

81

"Masuro" (Majuro?) 

Scope and Contents note

Three 3 ½" reels (two are originals)

82

"Nauru" 

Scope and Contents note

3 ½" reel

83-85

"Simulated lizards and rats" 

Scope and Contents note

Three 3 ½" reels

86

Unidentified films 

87-89

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Series 2: Audiotapes and Phonograph Records, 1952-1977, nd 

General note

*= original cassette tape, not re-recorded

Scope and Contents note

Includes sounds recorded for filmmaking, tapes for teaching college cinema courses, an index of lecture material, and records from Leynse’s personal collection. The Leynse Audiotape and Record Collection consists of a variety of audio mediums including 3" 5" and 7" reels, some which play at 3 ¾, 7 ½, and 15 inches per second, cassettes, and 45rpm and 75rpm records. For listening convenience, all reel-to-reel items have been dubbed to cassette, re-numbered, and combined with the original cassette collection.

There are 171 cassettes total that include MASC recordings of approximately 310 reel-to-reel tapes and fifty-four cassettes from the original collection. Original tapes numbered 235, 244, 245, 259, 271, 275, 279, and 281 to 284 are absent from the archive.

The lecture material portion of the collection was indexed by Leynse on 3 x 5 file cards and divided alphabetically into two categories: "People and Things" and "Films." The numbers indexed refer to the originally numbered item. This index can be found in Box 95.

Subseries 2.1: Oceania Productions and USIS-Korea (Cassettes) 

Scope and Contents note

(Numbered 1-52) A collection of tapes that were used in the production of some of the films that Leynse produced for Oceania Productions and those films that Leynse worked on while he was with USIS-Korea. The first fifteen tapes are recordings of music, songs, sounds from the South Pacific Islands, Hong Kong, and parts of Southeast Asia. Tapes 16-26 (including 19 and 19a) are similar, but they include recordings of soundtracks used in the production of some films produced by the USIS-Korea. Tapes numbered 27-36 were used in the production of Out There, a Lone Island (previously titled Under One Roof). The last set in this group (numbered 37-52) is a collection of sounds, songs, and radio programs from various parts of the Orient, some used in the production of Sumodo and Out There, a Lone Island.

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Men’s Stick Dance, Yap; Songs in Palauan, Koron, February 1952   Original tape 1

90 1A

Balinese Gamelan Music, April 1959   Original tape 2

90 1B

Indonesian Music (side 1)   Original tape 3

90 2A

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)   Original tape 3

90 2B

Music to sound version of Micronesia   Original tape 4

90 3A

Aids to the Pronunciation of Micronesian Words   Original tape 4

90 3B

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. Maruru   Original tape 5

90 4A

Majuro and Truk Songs   Original tape 6

90 4B

Yap Women Dances, February 23, 1955   Original tape 7

90 5A

(blank) 

90 5B

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.   Original tape 8

90 6A

Korean Kayagum music used in Birds of a Feather   Original tape 9

90 6B

Nauru Music: original Nauru music including singing, instrumentals, and chants   Original tape 10

90 7A

(blank) 

90 7B

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 Majuro   Original tape 11

90 8A

UN radio presents "The Grand Alliance" (side 2 of reel), October 1953; Abby and Humphrey Leynse’s trip to Hawaii, summer 1951   Original tape 11

90 8B

Street sounds, Hong Kong, Dec. 1955   Original tape 12

90 9A

Naura, singing and instruments, March 1953   Original tape 13

90 9B

Sumatra, music Song List: 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   Original tape 14

90 10A

Sebolga, Sumatra, Batak Chuetra. Church Songs, February 8, 1958   Original tape 15

90 10B

Sumatra, Menangkaban modern music, February 12, 1958 Song List: 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)   Original tape 16

90 11A

Sumatra, classic and modern music, February 14, 1958 Song List: 1. Originals from Padang Sidempuan -- Uning An Djando and 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)   Original tape 17

90 11B

Musical Background Sound for the production Thailand   Original tape 18

90 12A

Indonesian wedding party, Djakarta, February 1, 1959   Original tape 19

90 12B

Street Sounds, Djakarta, Indonesia (original)   Original tape 20

90 13A

Sumatra, jungle sound, songs from Mandailing Song List: 1. Jungle Sounds w/monkeys in trees – Central Sumatra; 2. Waterfall – Bakit Tinggi; 3. Flute, Drums and Songs from Mandailing Area (Minangkabau)   Original tape 21

90 13B

Marshallese singing, August 1952 Song List: 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)   Original tape 22

90 14A

Sound to An Atoll Called Majuro (side two of reel)   Original tape 22

90 14B

Balinese Gamelan Music, April 1959 Recorded at Bangli, Bali, Indonesia Song List: 1. Legong Keraton; 2. Baris; 3. Kebiar Duduk (siting dance); 4. Tambulilngan (Bee Dance)   Original tape 23

90 15A

Korean Buddhist Monk Chants   Original tape 24

90 15B

Sibolga, church songs, February 14, 1958 Song List: 1. Cadang do hasusaon (poor recording)   Original tape 25

90 16A

(blank) 

90 16B

Sound to "Salome"   Original tape 26

90 17A

Tahitian Music (side 2 of reel)   Original tape 26

90 17B

Minangkagau music, February 12, 1958 Song List: 1. Talempong – gongs and flute; 2. Flue (made of glass); 3. Nalam (native song); 4. Indang (story); 5. Rebab (violin)   Original tape 27

90 18A

Sound for Micronesia Lecture Film   Original tape 28

90 18B

National election returns and "Tidal Wave Report" (KGU Honolulu radio report), November 4, 1952   Original tape 29

90 19A

(blank) 

90 19B

Hawaiian Music (side 2) (19, 19a on same original tape, #29)   Original tape 29

90 19a-A

(blank) 

90 19a-B

Soundtrack to Island Doctor   Original tape 30

90 20A

Soundtrack to Shipmates (music, effects and dialogue)   Original tape 31

90 20B

Soundtrack to The Mighty Han   Original tape 32

90 21A

(blank) 

90 21B

Soundtrack to Litany of Hope (reels # 1,2,3,4,5)   Original tape 33

90 22A

Soundtrack to Litany of Hope (reels # 6,7) (side 2 of reel)   Original tape 33

90 22B

Soundtrack to A Legacy   Original tape 34

90 23A

(blank) 

90 23B

Soundtrack to Ashes, Ashes All Fall Down   Original tape 35

90 24A

Mask Dance, music and effects   Original tape 36

90 24B

Composite pickup for Sumodo, June 23, 1969   Original tape 37

90 25A

Indigenous sound effects for Sumodo   Original tape 38

90 25B

Rhythm of Hong Kong, May 17, 1957   Original tape 39

90 26A

(blank) 

90 26B

Composite Protection for Out There, A Lone Island, R#1, Jan. 31, 1969   Original tape 1

90 27A

Composite Protection for Out There, A Lone Island, R#2   Original tape 2

90 27B

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#1, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 3

90 28A

Composite Protection for Under One Roof , R#2, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 4

90 28B

Composite Protection for Under One Roof , R#2, Dec 19, 1968   Original tape 5

90 29A

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#3, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 6

90 29B

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#5, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 7

90 30A

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#6, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 8

90 30B

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#7, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 9

90 31A

Composite Protection for Under One Roof, R#8, Dec. 19, 1968   Original tape 10

90 31B

Under One Roof music, reels no. 1 and 2   Original tape 11

90 32A

Under One Roof music, reels no. 3 and 4   Original tape 12

90 32B

Under One Roof music, reels no. 5 and 6   Original tape 13

90 33A

Under One Roof music, reels no. 7 and 8   Original tape 14

90 33B

Short clips from Under One Roof (side two of reel 14)   Original tape 14

90 34A

(blank) 

90 34B

Composite pickup for Out There a Lone Island, June 23, 1969   Original tape 15

90 35A

Narration spoken by Lindsay Workman, for Out There, a Lone Island, Jan 9, 1969   Original tape 16

90 35B

Indigenous Sounds for film Under One Roof, reels # 5,6,7,8   Original tape 17

91 36A

(blank) 

91 36B

Sound, songs, and radio programs 

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Train at Sangnam, June 1964 : Cow Market at Sadong – including cow auctioneer, Oct. 1966   Original tape 1

91 37A

Cow Market Restaurant; Mountain Cow Talk-echoes, Oct 1966   Original tape 2

91 37B

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   Original tape 3,4

91 38A

Dialogue scene #14, effects   Original tape 4

91 38B

Blue Dragon effects; Sangnam train, Mar. 1967   Original tape 4

91 39A

Blue Dragon effects; funeral mourns and chants   Original tape 5

91 39B

Dialogue scenes #36, 37, and 38   Original tape 6

91 40A

Dialogue scenes #33, 29, 31, and 34   Original tape 7

91 40B

Chants; cuckoo bird; Moon-ja singing Miyuk song   Original tape 8

91 41A

(blank) 

91 41B

Korean Music Effects, June 27, 1967   Original tape 10

91 42A

Moon-ja’s song, birds twittering, thrashing barley, Autumn Breeze (song)   Original tape 11

91 42B

Cow Panting; Annual Old Men’s Club Affair   Original tape 12

91 43A

Crickets, rain and thunder sounds   Original tape 13

91 43B

Rain and thunder sounds, theme ideas: Miss Kim sings Korean song, "Cradle Song"   Original tape 14,15

91 44A

Two Korean Chants: Pyong Chong and Pompei   Original tape 15

91 44B

Squid Fishing Sounds (boat motors, fisherman, squid being caught)   Original tape 16

91 45A

Squid Return: waves and beach sounds while squid fishers come in, shoveling rocks   Original tape 17

91 45B

Funeral Chants, Monk with bell, Field Day Sounds   Original tape 18

91 46A

Korean pop music recorded from radio in Seoul, Korea, May 1968   Original tape 19

91 46B

High School Band at Todong, Barbershop sounds   Original tape 20

91 47A

Barbershop sounds, Court music   Original tape 21

91 47B

Court music   Original tape 22

91 48A

Scull squawks, water effects and chickens cackling   Original tape 23

91 48B

Bar sounds, Market sounds and Street Sounds in Seoul   Original tape 24

91 49A

Street Sounds in Seoul, April 1968   Original tape 25

91 49B

Korean farmers dance, Webcore Stereophonic Sound Advertisement   Original tape 26

91 50A

Webcore Stereophonic Sound Advertisement w/ music from the Concert Series   Original tape 26

91 50B

Out-takes of live ceremonial sounds not used in the Sumo film, July 20, 1968   Original tape 27

91 51A

Sumo matches, recorded off radio w/ Japanese commentary, July 13, 1968   Original tape 28

91 51B

Interview (in English) with Jesse Takamiyama, Sumo wrestler from Hawaii, Oct. 18, 1968   Original tape 29

91 52A

Viennese Zithers   Original tape 30

91 52B

Subseries 2.2: Teaching Materials (See file-card index in box 95) 

Scope and Contents note

Includes tapes (numbered 53-170) that Leynse recorded for use in teaching college courses about cinema, especially history and criticism. These consist of conversations and discussions recorded from television and radio programs, speeches, and readings from autobiographies. Among some of the subjects are film directors such as Robert Altman, Ingmar Bergman, Frank Capra, Alfred Hitchcock, John Huston, Arthur Penn, and Orson Welles, all of whom discuss their careers in films and filmmaking. Leynse also recorded famous scenes from films like Casablanca (Bogart and Bergman) and High Noon (Gary Cooper). Leynse made these tapes by recording television programs such as "The History of the Movies," "The Men who Made the Movies," "The Moviegoers," and others on more specific subjects such as Japanese cinema and the impact of film on black culture.

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Frank Capra on Why We Fight series taken from his autobiography, The Name abovethe Title, narrated by Paul Wadley   Counter 000-246 Original tape 1

91 53A

Frank Capra on the production of Lost Horizon (1937) taken from his autobiography The Name abovethe Title, narrated by Paul Wadley   Counter 000-274 Original tape 2

91 53B

NBC News Speaking Freely with Frank Capra, interviewed by Edwin Nealman , Dec. 17, 1971   Counter 000-872 Original tape 3

91 54A

"Hollywood in the ‘50s" from TV series The Dream Factory   Counter 000-235 Original tape 4

91 54B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents M (1931), Frame of Reference interview with Fritz Lang (director of M) and Phil Chamberland   Counter 245-498 Original tape 5

91 54A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Ivan the Terrible (1945) by Sergei Eisenstein, Frame of Reference interview with Annette Michalson   Counter 508-764 Original tape 6

91 54A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Battleship Potemkin (1925) by Sergei Eisenstein, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Annette Michalson   Counter 000-312 Original tape 7

91 55A

Frank Capra speaks on the death of Harry Langdon   Counter 322-344 Original tape 8

91 55A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Orphius (1972) by Jean Cocteau, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Peter Ustinof   Counter 000-359 Original tape 9

91 55B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Knife in the Water (1962) by Roman Polanski, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Roman Polanski   Counter 000-365 Original tape 10

91 56A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Overcoat (1961) by Nikolai (Vasilyevich) Gogol, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Franklin Schaffner   Counter 000-217 Original tape 11

91 56B

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)   Counter 227-395 Original tape 12

91 56B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Yojimbo (1961) by Akiri Kurasaura, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Richard Brooks (director)   Counter 000-126 Original tape 13

91 57A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Last Laugh (1924) by F.W. Murnau, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with John Schlesinger   Counter 036-329 Original tape 14

91 57A

Bette Davis interview from TV series The Movie Crazy Years   Counter 334-426 Original tape 15

91 57A

Bette Davis interview from TV series The Movie Crazy Years   Counter 000-243 Original tape 16

91 57B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Sawdust and Tinsel (1953) by Igmar Bergman, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Stanley Kauffman (film critic), 1972   Counter 000-375 Original tape 17

91 58A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Man of Aran (1934) by Robert Flaherty, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Arthur Night, 1972   Counter 000-195 Original tape 18

91 58B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents L’adventura (1959) by Michelangelo Antonioni, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) introduction, 1972   Counter 205-235 Original tape 19

91 58B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Two Daughters (1961) by Satjut Ray, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) introduction   Counter 245-275 Original tape 20

91 58B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Los Olividados (1950) by Louis Buñel, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Andrew Sarris, 1972   Counter 285-366 Original tape 21

91 58B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) by Rob Weine, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Alfred Hitchcock, 1972   Counter 000-463 Original tape 22

91 59A

Interview with Ingrid Bergman about Casablanca, from TV series Life Goes to the Movies   Counter 000-126 Original tape 23

91 59B

Short interview with John Huston about San Pietro and clips from the film   Counter 136-220 Original tape 24

91 59B

Film clips of Charlie Chaplin in Monsieur Verdieux   Counter 230-251 Original tape 25

91 59B

Communism in Hollywood, from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s   Counter 261-337 Original tape 26

91 59B

The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s   Counter 347-383 Original tape 27

91 59B

Excerpts from James Cagney films: Roaring Twenties (1938), Strawberry Blond (1941), and White Heat (1949), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940s   Counter 393-440 Original tape 28

91 59B

Spellbound (1945) by Alfred Hitchcock (new techniques used in film), from TV series Hollywood in the 1940’s.   Counter 000-085 Original tape 29

91 60A

Excerpts from Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe and remarks from Capra.   Counter 095-189 Original tape 30

91 60A

Interviews on Humphrey Bogart’s films: Roaring Twenties (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), High Sierra (1941), and The Maltese Falcon (1941)   Counter 199-323 Original tape 31

91 60A

World War II films Air Force (1943), Mission to Moscow, request by President Roosevelt to enter WWII (1941), patriotic songs   Counter 000-252 Original tape 32

91 60B

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)   Counter 000-387 Original tape 33

91 61A

Discussion of Arthur Penn’s ending of Bonnie and Clyde (1967), taken from film on Penn, Themes and Variants   Counter 000-214 Original tape 34

91 61B

Discussion on impromptu directing and violence and sex used by Arthur Penn, taken from film on Penn, Themes and Variants   Counter 224-438 Original tape 35

91 61B

Discussion on Arthur Penn’s films Alice’s Restaurant (1969) and Mickey One, taken from film on Penn Themes and Variants   Counter 000-187 Original tape 36

91 62A

Discussion on Arthur Penn’s film Little Big Man (1970), taken from film on Penn Themes and Variants   Counter 197-251 Original tape 37

91 62A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Rules of the Game (1939) by Jean Renoir, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir   Counter 261-396 Original tape 38

91 62A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Intimate Lighting (1965) by Ivan Passer, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Robert Altman   Counter 000-269 Original tape 39

91 62B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Barrier (1966) Jersy Skolimowski, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jersy Skolimowski   Counter 279-356 Original tape 40

91 62B

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Jules and Jim (1961) by Francois Truffaut, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir   Counter 000-225 Original tape 41

91 63A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents The Blue Angel (1942) by Joseph von Sternburg, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Andrew Sarris   Counter 229-399 Original tape 42

91 63A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Grand Illusion (1937) Jean Renoir, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Jean Renoir   Counter 404-456 Original tape 43

91 63A

TV Show Film Odyssey presents Seven Samurai (1954) Akira Kurascausa, Frame of Reference (Charles Champlin) interview with Tishoro Mifune   Counter 000-121 Original tape 44

91 63B

Mutiny on the Bounty, from TV (incl. scene MGM lot bids of props) Wizard of Oz   Counter 131-149 Original tape 45

91 63B

Wizard of Oz (includes bidding on glass shoes - $15,000)   Counter 159-193 Original tape 46

91 63B

Hollywood in the 1920’s   Counter 203-302 Original tape 47

91 63B

"Hollywood Starts," from the TV series The Dream Factory (Greta Garbo, Clark Gable)   Counter 312-426 Original tape 48

91 63B

TV series The Dream Factory, Hollywood   Counter 000-128 Original tape 49

91 64A

the song "Happy Endings"   Counter 138-164 Original tape 50

91 64A

(blank) 

91 64B

Honky Tonk Music (piano)   Counter 000-564 Original tape 51

91 65A

Lewis Milestone discusses his film All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), spoken by Herbert Wood and H. Leynse asking the interview questions   Counter 574-824 Original tape 52

91 65A

D.W. Griffith – His declining years (by Igor Kosin)   Counter 829-901 Original tape 53

91 65A

Charlie Chaplin speaks about his childhood   Counter 000-051 Original tape 54a

91 65B

Charlie Chaplin speaks about meeting Max Sennett   Counter 056-179 Original tape 54b

91 65B

Charlie Chaplin speaks about Gold Rush   Counter 184-291 Original tape 54c

91 65B

Charlie Chaplin speaks about his immigration probe   Counter 296-405 Original tape 54d

91 65B

Charlie Chaplin speaks about leaving the US   Counter 410-460 Original tape 54e

91 65B

Orson Welles introduces the TV showing of the film Intolerance (1916) by D.W. Griffith   Counter 470-554 Original tape 55

91 65B

Honky Tonk Music   Counter 000-643 Original tape 56

91 66A

Norman McLaren interview by Canadian TV about his films (beginning was not recorded), Oct. 1972   Counter 653-807 Original tape 57

91 66A

45th Academy Awards, cut to awards won by Cabaret (most awards), Mar. 1973   Counter 000-576 Original tape 58

91 66B

45th Academy Awards, announcement of Limelight, Mar. 1973   Counter 586-627 Original tape 59

91 66B

American Film Institute tribute to John Ford, April 2, 1973   Counter 000-915 Original tape 60

91 67A

American Film Institute tribute to John Ford (continued from side a), April 2, 1973   Counter 000-167 Original tape 60

91 67B

45th Academy Awards, special on Edward G. Robinson introduced by James Cagney, Mar. 1973   Counter 177-332 Original tape 61

91 67B

45th Academy Awards, music medley for the 50th Anniversary of Disney Productions, Mar. 1973   Counter 342-418 Original tape 62

91 67B

45th Academy Awards, Humanitarian Award given by Frank Sinatra, Mar. 1973   Counter 428-497 Original tape 63

91 67B

45th Academy Awards, best actor award for Godfather (Marlon Brando), March 1973   Counter 507-642 Original tape 64

91 67B

Frank Capra at the Seattle Film Society, Mar. 9, 1973   Counter 000-851 Original tape 65

91 68A

Frank Capra at the Seattle Film Society (continued from Side A), March 9, 1973   Counter 000-704 Original tape 65

91 68B

TV series Humanities Film Forum presents Hamlet (1969) by Tony Ricardson, opening and ending comments only with host Jim Billington, March 12, 1973   Counter 000-558 Original tape 66

91 69A

Film clip from Sergant York (1941) by John Huston   Counter 568-608 Original tape 67

91 69A

Don Manicienicz talking about Citizen Kane at the Motion Picture Seminar of the Northwest , May 5, 1973   Counter 618-729 Original tape 68

91 69A

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" about Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein: his early background, May 1973   Counter 739-888 Original tape 69

91 69A

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein’s films Strike (1924) and Battleship Potempkin (1925), May 1973   Counter 000-180 Original tape 70

91 69B

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein’s films Ten Days that shook the World (1927) and Old and New, May 1973   Counter 185-493 Original tape 71

91 69B

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein overseas (his western tour in London), including Que Viva Mexico (1930) and Thunder over Mexico, May 1973   Counter 498-668 Original tape 72

91 69B

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Sergei Eisenstein in Russia again, May 1973   Original tape 73

91 69B

PBS TV special "Eisenstein" on Ivan the Terrible (1943) and Sergei Eisenstein’s Last Days, May 1973   Counter 806-921 Original tape 74

91 69B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "What kind of Camera to Buy"   Counter 000-113 Original tape 75

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Films: Black and White vs. Color"   Counter 118-175 Original tape 76

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Electronic Flash"   Counter 180-248 Original tape 77

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "You and the Dark Room"   Counter 253-324 Original tape 78

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Accessories"   Counter 329-394 Original tape 79

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Indoor Photography"   Counter 399-394 Original tape 80

91 70A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Light Meter"   Counter 000-113 Original tape 81

91 70B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Light Meters"   Counter 118-181 Original tape 82

91 70B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "The Photographic Eye"   Counter 186-266 Original tape 83

91 70B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Photographing Human Emotion"   Counter 271-340 Original tape 84

91 70B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Filters"   Counter 345-411 Original tape 85

91 70B

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Macro and Zoom Lessons"   Counter 416-475 Original tape 86

91 70B

Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, First of 2 part series, Oct. 2 1973   Counter 000-911 Original tape 87

91 71A

Part I continued, of Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 2 1973   Counter 000-108 Original tape 87

91 71B

Part II of Katherine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 2 1973   Counter 118-889 Original tape 88

91 71B

Katherine Hepburn reminisces about experience making African Queen (1951) with Humphrey Bogart. Clip from the Dick Cavett TV Show, Oct. 3 1973   Counter 000-141 Original tape 89

92 72A

Katherine Hepburn interview about early cinema and what it’s like in Hollywood. Clip from Dick Cavett TV Show   Counter 151-248 Original tape 90

92 72A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Enlarging Hints"   Counter 258-331 Original tape 91

92 72A

Camera Talk with Mike Tatem: "Available Light Photography"   Counter 341-390 Original tape 92

92 72A

KWSU Radio Show: The Moviegoers moderated by Humphrey Leynse, first show, Sept. 1973.   Counter 000-285 Original tape 93

92 72B

Ending clip of Frank Capra taken from the TV show Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 11, 1973   Counter 295-350 Original tape 94

92 72B

Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe (1941) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-276 Original tape 95

92 73A

Frank Capra’s Lost Horizon (1937) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 281-358 Original tape 96

92 73A

Frank Capra’s Why We Fight Series from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 263-407 Original tape 97

92 73A

Frank Capra’s Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 412-462 Original tape 98

92 73A

Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night (1934) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 467-574 Original tape 99

92 73A

Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 579-703 Original tape 100

92 73A

Frank Capra’s Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 708-793 Original tape 101

92 73A

Frank Capra’s Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-250 Original tape 102

92 73B

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. 1973   Counter 255-714 Original tape 103

92 73B

Howard Hawks interview taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, includes clips from To Have and To Have Not (1944), Nov. 1973   Counter 719-807 Original tape 104

92 73B

Howard Hawks’ Red River (1948) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 812-887 Original tape 105

92 73B

Howard Hawks’ Rio Bravo (1959) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-211 Original tape 106

92 74A

Raoul Walch – His early life and films taken from the TV Series, Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 216-632 Original tape 107

92 74A

Raoul Walsh’s The Roaring Twenties (1939) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 637-712 Original tape 108

92 74A

Raoul Walsh’s High Sierra (1941) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 717-808 Original tape 109

92 74A

Raoul Walsh’s The Strawberry Blond (1941) from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-218 Original tape 110

92 74B

Raoul Walsh’s They Died with Their Boots (1941) On from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 223-425 Original tape 111

92 74B

Raoul Walsh’s Gentleman Jim (1942) taken from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 440-540 Original tape 112

92 74B

War years films by Raoul Walsh from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 545-624 Original tape 113

92 74B

Raoul Walsh’s White Heat (1949) and his last films, from the TV Series Men Who Made The Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 629-765 Original tape 114

92 74B

"George Lukor – His Films" (Part I), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies , Nov. 1973   Counter 000-509 Original tape 115

92 75A

"George Lukor – His Films" (Part II), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-533 Original tape 116

92 75B

"The Films of Vincent Minelli" (Part I), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies, Nov. 1973   Counter 000-468 Original tape 117

92 76A

"The Films of Vincent Minelli" (Part II), from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-439 Original tape 118

92 76B

("Science in the News" feature of WSU TV and Radio – ending clip)   Counter 439-448 Original tape 118

92 76B

"William Wellman" (Part I), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-453 Original tape 119

92 77A

"William Wellman" (Part II), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-438 Original tape 120

92 77B

("Literacy Scrapbook" WSU Radio – ending clip)   Counter 439-444 Original tape 120

92 77B

"Alfred Hitchcock – His Early Years," from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-177 Original tape 121

92 78A

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger (1926) and Sabeoteur (1942), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 182-324 Original tape 122

92 78A

Alfred Hitchcock’s Uncle Charlie, from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 329-409 Original tape 123

92 78A

Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious (1946), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 413-520 Original tape 124

92 78A

Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 525-642 Original tape 125

92 78A

Alfred Hitchcock’s the Birds (1963), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-149 Original tape 126

92 78B

Alfred Hitchcock’s Torn Curtain (1966) and Frenzy (1971), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 159-325 Original tape 127

92 78B

"Films of King Vidor" (Part I), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 330-705 Original tape 128

92 78B

"Films of King Vidor" (Part II), taken from the TV Series Men Who Made the Movies   Counter 000-432 Original tape 129

92 79A

Humphrey Leynse interviewed by Jim Dunne, commentator of WSU Radio show Lets Talk About That (program #541). Topic: Film Criticism   Counter 000-461 Original tape 130

92 79B

*Classical music recording of Rossial   Counter 000-661 Original tape 131

92 80A

*Classical music recording of Mozart   Counter 000-586 Original tape 132

92 80B

*Classical music recording of Suppe   Counter 000-600 Original tape 133

92 81A

*Classical music recording of Hadyn   Counter 000-616 Original tape 134

92 81B

The Moviegoers – WSU film criticism radio show, Mar. 15, 1974   Counter 000-510 Original tape 135

92 82A

(blank) 

92 82B

Platform Presentation by Vincent Price entitled "The Villains Still Pursue Me," Mar. 16, 1974   Counter 000-910 Original tape 136

92 83A

Vincent Price (cont.), Mar. 15, 1974   Counter 000-043 Original tape 136

92 83B

Platform Presentation by Vincent Price entitled "The Villains Still Pursue Me", Mar. 16, 1974   Counter 048-677 Original tape 137

92 83B

Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (Part I)   Counter 000-518 Original tape 138

92 84A

Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (Part II)   Counter 523-870 Original tape 139

92 84A

Tchaikovsky   Counter 000-637 Original tape 140

92 84B

Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky, Love of Three Oranges   Counter 000-612 Original tape 141

92 85A

James Cagney receives the Life Achievement Award by the American Film Institute, Master of Ceremonies: Frank Sinatra (reel 1)   Counter 622-911 Original tape 142

92 85A

American Film Institute, reel 1 continued   Counter 000-143 Original tape 142

92 85B

American Film Institute, reel 2   Counter 148-644 Original tape 143

92 85B

American Film Institute, reel 3   Counter 649-775 Original tape 144

92 85B

The Moviegoers interview with Vincent Price, Mar 16, 1974   Counter 000-300 Original tape 145

92 86A

The Moviegoers with two guests: Robert Littlewood and Vincent Price   Counter 000-502 Original tape 146

92 86B

Mozart – Beethoven – Smetana   Counter 000-623 Original tape 147

92 87A

Tchaikovsky – Symphony #4   Counter 000-574 Original tape 148

92 87B

Eddie Cantor singing "Making Whoopie" (1930)   Counter 000-033 Original tape 149

92 88A

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)   Counter 043-414 Original tape 150

92 88A

Al Jolson in "Jazz Singer," Toot Toot Tootsie, etc.   Counter 424-449 Original tape 151

92 88A

The Marx Brothers (1931)   Counter 000-087 Original tape 152a

92 88B

The Marx Brothers receiving the Honorary Award at the Academy Awards, April 1974   Counter 094-256 Original tape 152b

92 88B

Sunset Boulevard (1950), Von Stroheim, Wm. Holden   Counter 266-304 Original tape 153

92 88B

Blue Angel, song: "Can’t Help It," sung by M. Dietrich   Counter 314-334 Original tape 154

92 88B

Going to Town (1935), Mae West   Counter 344-369 Original tape 155

92 88B

From TV series The Movies, Close Up Kisses in the Movies (clips)   Counter 000-608 Original tape 156

92 89A

J.S. Bach, harpsichord, Concerts in C major, C minor, A minor   Counter 000-608 Original tape 157

92 89B

song: "Hurray for Hollywood"   Counter 510-527 Original tape 158

92 89B

From the TV series The Movies, songs and scenes from Space Odyssey, narrated by Jack Nicholson, C. Gish, Carl Malden and Gregory Peck   Counter 000-369 Original tape 159

92 90A

From the TV series The Movies, Eyes on the Sparrow, Sound of Music, Zippededoodah   Original tape 160

92 90B

From the TV series The Movies,   Counter 000-503 Original tape 161

92 91A

Gone With the Wind, Mar. 1974   Counter 000-328 Original tape 162

92 91B

Henri Langlois receives award at the Academy Awards, April 1974   Counter 333-390 Original tape 163

92 91B

Cries and Whispers wins Best Cinematography award at Academy Awards, April 1974   Counter 395-466 Original tape 164

92 91B

A Touch of Class nominated for Best Picture of the Year at Academy Awards (film clip)   Counter 471-498 Original tape 165

92 91B

Day for Night (Truffant) wins Best Foreign Film of the Year at Academy Awards, April 1974   Counter 503-533 Original tape 166

92 91B

Clip from Exorcist, 5th nominee for Best Picture at Academy Awards, April 1974   Counter 538-562 Original tape 167

92 91B

From the TV show "The Movies," clip from High Noon   Counter 567-605 Original tape 168

92 91B

(clip) On the Waterfront (Marlon Brando)   Counter 610-637 Original tape 169

92 91B

"The Moviegoers" thirtieth issue, last for the season   Counter 000-500 Original tape 170

92 92A

Marshal McLuhan speaks on human behavior and the new and the old   Counter 510-535 Original tape 171

92 92A

From TV show "History of the Movies," clip on Harold Lloyd   Counter 540-571 Original tape 173

92 92A

From TV show "History of the Movies: Laurel and Hardy" (early period before they got together)   Counter 576-636 Original tape 174

92 92A

From TV show "History of the Movies: Buster Keaton"   Counter 641-667 Original tape 175

92 92A

"The Moviegoers," November 8   Counter 000-500 Original tape 172

92 92B

Harry Langdon: From TV show History of the Movies   Counter 510-548 Original tape 176

92 92B

Charlie Chaplin’s early films: From TV show "History of the Movies"   Counter 553-614 Original tape 177

92 92B

Comments on Double Suicide (1969) by Masahiro Shinoda, From TV series The Japanese Film, Jan. 1975   Counter 000-177 Original tape 178

92 93A

Karikiri, From TV series The Japanese Film (poor recording), February 1975   Counter 182-298 Original tape 179

92 93A

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)   Counter 000-405 Original tape 180

92 93B

Ansel Adams interview by Susan Sollens on NPR   Counter 000-170 Original tape 181

92 94A

(side 2) President Nixon announces resignation from the Oval Office (end is cut off)   Counter 175-233 Original tape 181

92 94A

Sanjuro (1962) by Akiro Kurosawa and Japanese Film History, From TV series "The Japanese Film"   Counter 243-480 Original tape 182

92 94A

The Moviegoers, February 14, 1975   Counter 000-443 Original tape 183

92 94B

Night Drum (1958) by Tadashi Imai, From TV series "The Japanese Film"   Counter 000-191 Original tape 184

92 95A

Harp of Burma (1956) by Kon Ichikawa, From TV series "The Japanese Film,"January 23, 1975   Counter 201-391 Original tape 185

92 95A

D.W. Griffith: Lillian Gish on Radio, January 1975   Counter 396-448 Original tape 186

92 95A

Audio Soundtrack from film Glimpses of Indian Cinema, also Al Butler speaks on thunder on The Science in the News radio show   Counter 000-410 Original tape 188

92 95B

Honky Tonk Music   Original tape 187

92 96*A

Honky Tonk Music cont.   Original tape 187

92 96*B

Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part I   Counter 000-914 Original tape 189

92 97A

Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part I cont.   Counter 000-074 Original tape 189

92 97B

Soundtrack from the film African Queen (1951), Part II   Counter 079-571 Original tape 190

92 97B

Ugetsu (1953) by Kenji Mizoguchi, comments by Edwin Reichamer, from TV series The Japanese Film, February 1975   Counter 576-777 Original tape 191

92 97B

Comments on When A Woman Ascends the Stairs (1960) by Mikio Naruse, from the TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975   Counter 000-410 Original tape 192

92 98A

Tribute to 80 years of Hollywood filmmaking – Hollywood music for the chase (i.e. chase scenes)   Counter 420-476 Original tape 193

92 98A

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)   Counter 486-577 Original tape 194

92 98A

Twenty Four Eyes (1954) by Keisuke Kinoshita, from TV series, The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975   Counter 000-304 Original tape 195

92 98B

Gate of Hell (1953) by Teinosuke Kinugasa, from TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975   Counter 314-434 Original tape 196

92 98B

51st airing of The Moviegoers (1974)   Counter 000-418 Original tape 197

92 99A

Early Summer (1951) by Ozu, from TV series The Japanese Film, Mar. 1975   Counter 508-621 Original tape 198

92 99A

NBC Today Show comments by Vincent Canby (NY Times) and Richard Schickel (TIME) on the forthcoming Academy Award Winners, April 8, 1975   Counter 000-236 Original tape 199

92 99B

Howard Hawks receives Honorary Award at the 47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975   Counter 246-335 Original tape 200

92 99B

Jean Renoir receives Honorary Award, accepted by Ingrid Bergman at the 47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975   Counter 345-394 Original tape 201

92 99B

Special tribute to Fred Astaire at 47th Academy Awards, presented and sung by Sammy Davis, April 8, 1975   Counter 408-477 Original tape 202

92 99B

47th Academy Awards, April 8, 1975   Counter 000-915 Original tape 203

92 100A

47th Academy Awards cont., April 8, 1975   Counter 000-306 Original tape 203

92 100B

47th Academy Awards, part II, April 9, 1975   Counter 311-742 Original tape 204

92 100B

Script Writers Award presented by James Michener at the 47th Academy Awards, April 9, 1975   Counter 752-804 Original tape 205

92 100B

Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Don Juan; Mahler: Symphony #1 (1st and 2nd movements)   Counter 000-702 Original tape 206

92 101A

Strauss cont.   Counter 000-072 Original tape 206

92 101B

Mahler – Symphony #1 in D, "Titan," ; Beethoven – Symphony #7, A major ; Strauss – Death and Transfiguration, Don Juan   Counter 000-915 Original tape 207

92 102A

Mahler, Beethoven and Strauss cont.   Counter 000-915 Original tape 207

92 102B

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.   Counter 000-519 Original tape 208

92 103A

American Film Institute tribute to Orson Welles, reel 2 of 3   Counter 000-524 Original tape 209

92 103B

American Film Institute tribute to Orson Welles, reel 3 of 3   Counter 529-704 Original tape 210

92 103B

60 Minutes interview with Federico Fellini, May 1975   Counter 000-210 Original tape 211

92 104A

The Moviegoers 100th – how it began, how it’s put together and why it’s so popular, Jan. 14, 1975   Counter 215-636 Original tape 218

92 104A

WSU Dept. of Music Student Convocation, February 10, 1976, original compositions from MUS 251 class:   Counter 000-642 Original tape 218

92 104B

"The Drowning Pool," an interview with Gordon Willis   Original tape 213

92 105*A

"The Drowning Pool," an interview with Lawrence Turman and David Foster   Original tape 213

92 105*B

"The Yakuza," an interview with Sydney Pollack   Original tape 214

92 106*A

"The Yakuza," an interview with Robert Towne   Original tape 214

92 106*B

"Aloha Bobby and Rose," an interview with William Fraker   Original tape 215

92 107*A

"Aloha Bobby and Rose," an interview with Floyd Mutrux   Original tape 215

92 107*B

"Night Moves," an interview with Arthur Penn   Original tape 216

92 108*A

"Night Moves," an interview with Bruce Surtees   Original tape 216

92 108*B

Charlie Chaplin: a Nostalgia Theater Presentation with commentator Douglas Sparebanks Jr   Counter 000-915 Original tape 220

93 109A

Charlie Chaplin (cont. side 2) and Charles Kuralt CBS story "On the Road"   Counter 000-612 Original tape 220

93 109B

WSU Dept. of Music presents WSU in Concert: Istuan Nadas (artist in residence) plays the keyboard: Fantasia (Chopin) and de Falla, Kimbrough Hall   Counter 000-506 Original tape 221

93 110A

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93 110B

"Let’s Do it Again," an interview with Curtis Mayfield   Original tape 222

93 111*A

"Let’s Do it Again," an interview with Sidney Poitier   Original tape 222

93 111*B

"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. 

93 112*A

"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. 

93 112*B

(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.   Original tape 224

93 113*A

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   Original tape 224

93 113*B

"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.   Original tape 225

93 114*A1

"WWII in North Africa 1940," TV special aired Nov. 9, 1975   Original tape 225

93 114*B1

"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   Original tape 225

93 115*A2

"World At War 1942," TV special aired Nov. 2, 1975   Original tape 225

93 115*B2

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)   Original tape 226

93 116*A1

War of the Worlds (cont.)   Original tape 226

93 116*B2

War of the Worlds (cont.)   Original tape 226

93 117*A3

War of the Worlds (cont.)   Original tape 226

93 117*B4

"World At War" – documentary, aired Nov. 16, 1975. A bitter German defeat at the hands of the Russians – the battle of Stalingrad. (60 min.)   Original tape 227

93 118*1a

"World At War" –documentary, aired Nov. 16, 1975. Battle of Stalingrad (cont.)   Original tape 227

93 118*1b

"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.)   Original tape 227

93 119*2a

"World At War" – documentary, aired Nov. 23, 1975. U-boats (cont.)   Original tape 227

93 119*2b

"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)   Original tape 228

93 120*A

"Bogart" – Documentary continued   Original tape 228

93 120*B

The Moviegoers, Nov. 21, 1975 (28 min.)   Original tape 229

93 121*A

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93 121*B

"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)   Original tape 230

93 122*A

"World At War" – Documentary, (cont.)   Original tape 230

93 122*B

"Lowell Thomas Remembers" – Documentary, aired Dec. 7, 1975. WWII 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.   Original tape 231

93 123*A

"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   Original tape 231

93 123*B

"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   Original tape 232

93 124*A

"World At War" – Documentary, aired Jan. 18, 1976, (cont.)   Original tape 232

93 124*B

Contemporary Japanese Society   Original tape 233

93 125*A

(blank) 

93 125*B

Stanley Kubrick   Original tape 234

93 126*A

(blank) 

93 126*B

American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 1/3   Original tape 236

93 127*A

American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 2/3   Original tape 236

93 127*B

American Film Institute’s Tribute to William Wyler, Mar. 14, 1976, side 3/3   Original tape 236

93 128*A

(blank) 

93 128*B

The Moviegoers, February 14, 1975 with Chief Dan George   Original tape 237

93 129*A

(blank) 

93 129*B

Gary Kilder, Dec. 13, 1975. An ethnographer-filmmaker from Australia interviewed by Jim Hunt and Humphrey Leynse (50 min.)   Original tape 238

93 130*A

Gary Kilder, Dec. 13, 1975 (cont.)   Original tape 238

93 130*B

Gene Roddenberry, 1975. Science-fiction writer interviewed by Jim Hunt (76 min)   Original tape 239

93 131*A

Gene Roddenberry interview, 1975 (cont.)   Original tape 239

93 131*B

Roger Greenspun, WSU Lecture Artist Series, February 12, 1976   Original tape 240

93 132*A

Roger Greenspun (cont.)   Original tape 240

93 132*B

Greenspun interview (9:10)   Counter 000-186 Original tape 240a

93 133A

(blank) 

93 133B

(blank) 

93 134*A

KGUR interview with Gene Roddenberry, 1975   Original tape 241

93 134*B

48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976   Original tape 242

93 135*A

48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976   Original tape 242

93 135*B

48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976   Original tape 242

93 136*A

48th Academy Awards, Mar. 29, 1976   Original tape 242

93 136*B

Ken Kasey   Counter 000-88 Original tape 243

93 137*A

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"   88-end Original tape 243

93 137*A

Dick Cavett Show, "Backlot U.S.A." (cont.)   Original tape 243

93 137*B

John Cleare interviewed by Jim Hunt and Sam Prigg, Oct. 19, 1975   Counter 000-248 Original tape 246

93 138A

(blank) 

93 138B

Roger Greenspun interviewed for The Moviegoers, February 13, 1976. The Moviegoers #80, Apr. 2, 1976   Counter 000-436 Original tape 247

93 139A

(blank) 

93 139B

Double Suicide (1969) by Masahiro Shinoda, from the TV Film series, The Japanese Film   Original tape 249

93 140*A

Double Suicide (cont.)   Original tape 249

93 140*B

"All The President’s Men," an interview with Robert Redford, 1976   Original tape 250

93 141*A

"All The President’s Men," an interview with Dustin Hoffman   Original tape 250

93 141*B

"All the President’s Men," an interview with Jason Robards 1976   Original tape 251

93 142*A

"All the President’s Men," an interview with Jack Wardon   Original tape 251

93 142*B

"All the President’s Men," an interview with Walter Coblenz, 1976   Original tape 252

93 143*A

"All the President’s Men," an interview with Alan Pakula   Original tape 252

93 143*B

"All the President’s Men," an interview with Gordon Willis   Original tape 253

93 144*A

"All the President’s Men," an interview with George Jenkins   Original tape 253

93 144*B

State of Washington, a history   Original tape 254

94 145*A

State of Washington (cont.)   Original tape 254

94 145*B

Donald Bogle interviewed by Ron Brown for The Moviegoers, Mar. 24, 1976   Original tape 255

94 146*A

(blank) 

94 146*B

Donald Bogle interview clip for The Moviegoers by Ron Brown   Counter 000-197 Original tape 255a

94 147A

(blank) 

94 147B

Jim Halpin –Screen Writer speaks-- "How to Get the Most Out of a Screen Writer"   Original tape 256

94 148*A

Rob Thompson speaks -- "Writing to Success"   Original tape 256

94 148*B

The film scores of composer Bernard Herrman (1911-1975), from the TV series Camera Three, Sept. 26, 1976   Original tape 257

94 149*A

"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   Original tape 257

94 149*B

Soundtrack to film The Gentleman Tramp (1975) – Doc.,   Original tape 258

94 150*A

Soundtrack to film The Gentleman Tramp (1975) – Doc.   Original tape 258

94 150*B

Clark Gable, a profile from TV show Dear Mr. Gable, Nov. 4, 1976   Original tape 260

94 151*A

Clark Gable profile, continued   Original tape 260

94 151*B

"Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #2), see clipping file for details   Original tape 261

94 152*A

"Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #3), see clipping file for details   Original tape 261

94 152*B

"Life Goes to the Movies" (cont. #4), see clipping file for details   Original tape 262

94 153*A

"Life Goes to the Movies" (end), see clipping file for details   Original tape 262

94 153*B

Scott Joplin, "The Red Back Book"   Original tape 263

94 154*A

Scott Joplin, "The Red Back Book"   Original tape 263

94 154*B

All-Star Tribute to John Wayne, Nov. 26, 1976. 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   Original tape 264

94 155*A

All-Star Tribute to John Wayne, Nov. 26, 1976   Original tape 264

94 155*B

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   Original tape 265

94 156*A

PBS special, "Chinatown, New York" (cont.)   Original tape 265

94 156*B

"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   Original tape 266

94 157*A

"Woman," Dec. 27, 1976. French actress, Jeanne Moreau discusses how she perceives relations between the sexes in the conclusion of a two-part interview   Original tape 266

94 157*B

"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 Boston   Original tape 267

94 158*A

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   Original tape 267

94 158*B

"Making of the Weather Underground Film" (50 min)   Original tape 268

94 159*A

"Making of the Weather Underground Film" (cont.)   Original tape 268

94 159*B

Five Weather Underground (1975) members speak to filmmakers about their revolutionary movement   Original tape 269

94 160*A

Five Weather Underground (1975) members speak to filmmakers about their revolutionary movement   Original tape 269

94 160*B

"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   Original tape 270

94 161*A

"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   Original tape 270

94 161*B

"The Moviegoers," #95, November 11, 1976 with Bob Clampett   Counter 000-500 Original tape 272

94 162A

Full Recording of the interview with Bob Clampett   Counter 510-671 Original tape 273

94 162A

(blank) 

94 162B

Scenes from 49th Academy Award winning of Best Picture, February 13, 1977   Original tape 274

94 163*A

Scenes from 49th Academy Award winning of Best Picture, February 13, 1977   Original tape 274

94 163*B

Frank Capra speaking to WSU "American Film" class on his first years in Hollywood   Original tape 276

94 164*A

Frank Capra speaking to WSU "American Film" class on his first years in Hollywood and Charles Kuralt speaking to class   Original tape 276

94 164*B

My Darling Clementine/Gunfighter   Original tape 277

94 165*A

49th Academy Awards, Mar 28, 1977   Original tape 277

94 165*B

American Film Institute Tribute to Bette Davis, Mar. 21, 1977   Original tape 278

94 166*A

American Film Institute Tribute to Bette Davis, Mar. 21, 1977   Original tape 278

94 166*B

John Milius – scriptwriter and director   Original tape 280

94 167*A

John Milius (cont.)   Original tape 280

94 167*B

Frank Capra interviewed by Humphrey Leynse at WSU, reel 1   Counter 000-566 Original tape 285

94 168A

Frank Capra interviewed by Humphrey Leynse at WSU, reel 2   Counter 571-765 Original tape 286

94 168A

"Chung Kuo" (China), an audio-track to the TV documentary by Antonioni, Jan. 11, 1973   Counter 000-915 Original tape 288

94 168B

"Chung Kuo" (China), an audio-track to the TV documentary by Antonioni, Jan. 11, 1973 (continuation)   Original tape 288

94 169A

(blank) 

94 169B

Audio track of The Quiet One   Original tape 287

94 170*A

Audio track of The Quiet One   Original tape 287

94 170*B

Four 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" 

95

Subseries 2.3: Phonograph Records 

Scope and Contents note

Consists of fourteen phonograph records of music from various countries, including China, Thailand, and Germany.

Box disc

"Etenraku": gagaku (court music) ; 45 rpm ; Columbia Records 

96 171

"Tango of the Roses" ; 78 rpm ; RecorDisc Corp. 

96 172

Disc similar to "Tango of the Roses," content unknown ; 78 rpm ; RecorDisc Corp. 

96 173

Siamese (Thai) music; notes written by Leynse on the record cover concerning portions appropriate for use in his films ; 78 rpm ; Philips 

96 174

Chinese Classic (Cantonese) ; 78 rpm ; Wondertone Record Co., LTD. 

96 175

Modern Chinese ; 78 rpm ; Columbia Records 

96 176

Siamese (Thai) music; notes by Leynse on record cover ; 78 rpm ; D. Couper-Johnston and Co. 

96 177

"Varicoes Em Mi Menor," guitarra e viola, Casmiro Ramos e Miguel Ramos ; 78 rpm ; Columbia Records 

96 178

Modern Chinese (Cantonese) ; 78 rpm 

96 179

Chinese Classic (Mandarin) 

96 180

Siamese (Thai) Sylaphone, old style ; 78 rpm ; Philips 

96 181

German 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 Marsc 

96 182-184

Subseries 2.4: Original Tapes 

Scope and Contents note

Consists of Leynse’s original reel-to-reel tapes.

Box

Seven 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) 

97-103

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Series 3: Photographs, 1931-1962, n.d. 

Scope and Contents note

Consists of prints and negatives taken during Leynse’s youth in China, photographs taken by Leynse while producing films in the Orient and South Pacific, and pictures of artwork. The material is arranged into four subseries: 3.1, Prints and Negatives; 3.2, Glass Transparencies; 3.3, Transparencies; and 3.4, Oversize. The hand-colored prints are mostly of landscape scenes and pictures of ornate temples and castles. The snapshots are more tourist-oriented, featuring images of the Leynse family at various sites in China. The glass transparencies are of the Chinese people, many portraits and scenes of people working, and seem to be an attempt to capture the culture in photographs.

Subseries 3.1: Prints and negatives 

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Box of colored slides on Micronesia, "snap-it," w/letterhead paper, Marshall Islands, n.d.   49.0 items

104 1

Roll of film in small kodak container, n.d.   1.0 items

104 2

Photographs, Black and white: Kobe area, Japan, n.d.   5.0 items

104 3

Small yellow boxes of color transparencies:   6.0 items

104 4

a. Korean mask-dances, 1962, prod. Seoul, Korea   22.0 items

104 5

b. Sangram Motion Picture Production Center, 1962, prod. Seoul, Korea (USIS) [photo of USIS Motion Picture Production Center]   14.0 items

104 6

c. Litany of Hope shooting, Soraksan: Korean archery, May, 1962   11.0 items

104 7

d. Seoul and environs, May, 1962   11.0 items

104 8

e. Easter 1962, Sangnam; old woman dancing, Chungmu, April, 1962   11.0 items

104 9

f. Corvenia, fishing, May, 1962   9.0 items

104 10

Photographs, Black and white: China scenes, Leynse family members at Chinese landmarks and other places they visited, one studio portrait, 1931, n.d.   89.0 items

104 11

Photographs: China scenes; landscapes, temples, people, 5 color, 24 Black and white, n.d.   29.0 items

104 12

Prints: Chinese artwork, Black and white, n.d.   5.0 items

104 13

Postcards, China, 5 color, 26 Black and white, n.d.   31.0 items

104 14

Pictures in clippings, 2 color, 1 Black and white, n.d.   3.0 items

104 15

Large cards, 14 color, 4 Black and white, Japan, China, n.d.   23.0 items

104 16

Color slides from China and Korea, 1930s, 5 flats   5.0 items

104 17

14" 35mm. negatives (in mylar strips), various subjects, n.d.   15.0 items

105 1

Small negs, Peiling Murkdon Photographs Studio, w/folder for holding negs.   10.0 items

106 1

Small albums of negs., marked A-F (lacking B), 1950s, 1961, 1962, n.d.   5.0 items

106 2

a. California, Hawaii, South Pacific Islands., 1951-52    items

106 3

c. California, Hong Kong, 1954-55; Hong Kong, Macau, 1954-56    items

106 4

d. Singapore, 1957; Djakarta, 1958; Bali, 1959; Maui, Japan, Korea, 1960    items

106 5

e. Japan, Korea, some shots for USIS-Korea films, 1961    items

106 6

f. Korea: family shots and shots for USIS-Korea films, 1961-1962    items

106 7

Black 5x6" album of 3 ½ x 2 ½ and 35mm. negatives with H. Leynse’s name written on the inside cover. Negatives arranged by country, most described: Honolulu, U.S.A., France, Belgium, Holland, China. Contains images of family, friends, places the Leynses v   1.0 items

106 8

Small metal canisters w/rolls of film negs; most unidentified, some of China   21.0 items

106 9

Subseries 3.2: Glass Transparencies 

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(Wooden boxes (4), black case (1) holding glass transparencies, China)   5.0 items

106

Temples, crafts, food preparation, agriculture, fishing, trade 

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Color, 4 x 3   41.0 items

107

Black and white 3 ¼" square (Great Wall)   3.0 items

107

Color 3 ¼" square, temples, gods, n.d.   3.0 items

107

Images of traveling: rivers, boats, and transporting luggage 

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Color, 4 x 3, n.d.   55.0 items

108

Photos regarding evangelism in China, cultural scenes, Black and white drawings, n.d. 

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Color, 4x3   54.0 items

109

Color 3 ¼" square   11.0 items

109

Black and white 3 ¼" square   5.0 items

109

China missions or Chinese life; landmarks and people in Peking area 

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Black and white and color, 3 ¼"square   56.0 items

110

Color, 2" square, n.d.   3.0 items

110

Subseries 3.3: Transparencies (2x2) 

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Case: General description on inside covers; temples, Buddhas, series with title slide labeled: "An Opium Den in Peking Photographed by Waldo Leynse," Black and white and color, 2x2, n.d.   200.0 items

111

Subseries 3.4: Prints (including oversize in mapcase) 

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Pieces of artwork; includes prints, original artwork (all n.d.), and pages from book Peking the Beautiful, 1927   16.0 items

112

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Series 4: Miscellaneous Papers, 1916-1977, n.d. 

Scope and Contents note

These include material on Leynse’s childhood in China and his professional life as a filmmaker and college professor. Series 4 has been divided into seven subseries: 4.1, Clippings, 1916-1979; 4.2, Oceania Productions, 1954-1973; 4.3, Writings for Publication, 1945-1975; 4.4, Washington State University, 1948-1977; 4.5, Film-Related Material, 1957-1976; 4.6, Personal Papers, 1921-1971; and 4.7, Card File, n.d. All material, with the exception of Oceania Productions, has been arranged alphabetically by title or subject.

Subseries 4.1: Clippings, 1916-1979) 

Scope and Contents note

Consists of newspaper and magazine articles that Leynse collected over the years as a source of information for his film classes and for personal reference. This series has been divided into two groups: The Film Industry, and, Movies. The Film Industry pertains to directors, stars, and countries that have made an impact on film. Movies deals with news items on individual films.

The Film Industry 

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Aa-Ak, 1972-1977   18.0 items

113 1

Al-Az, 1970-1977   43.0 items

113 2

Academy Awards, 1971-1977   20.0 items

113 3

Allen, Woody, 1973-1976   7.0 items

113 4

Animation, 1972-1977   20.0 items

113 5

Asian films, 1971-1976   11.0 items

113 6

Australia, 1972-1976   40.0 items

113 7

Bali, 1968-1971   7.0 items

113 8

Ba-Bk, 1971-1977   41.0 items

113 9

B1-Bz, 1971-1977   45.0 items

113 10

Bergman, Ingmar, 1970-1976   16.0 items

113 11

Bertolucci, Bernardo,,1971-1977   8.0 items

113 12

Black Films, 1971-1976   20.0 items

113 13

Bogart, Humphrey, 1973-1977   6.0 items

113 14

Brando, Marlon, 1973-1976   21.0 items

114 1

British Films, 1972-1974   8.0 items

114 2

Bunuel, Luis, 1973-1976   28.0 items

114 3

Ca-Ck, 1963, 1971-1976   71.0 items

114 4

C1-Cz, 1971-1978   81.0 items

114 5

Canada, 1971-1976   295.0 items

114 6

Cannes Film Festival, 1971-1977   35.0 items

114 7

Capra, Frank, 1971-1977   13.0 items

114 8

Censorship, 1973-1975   58.0 items

115 1

Chabrol, Claude, 1970-1976   7.0 items

115 2

Chaplin, Charlie, 1971-1975   81.0 items

115 3

China, 1972-1977   118.0 items

115 4

China, 1945-1978   98.0 items

115 5

China, 1945-1978 (cont.)   55.0 items

115 6

Comedy, 1975-1976   15.0 items

115 7

Coppola, Francis Ford, 1974-1976   11.0 items

115 8

Costa-Gavras, Constantin, 1971-1976   18.0 items

115 9

Criticism, 1970-1977   106.0 items

115 10

D, 1971-1977   103.0 items

115 11

Documentary, 1949-1957, 1974-1977   138.0 items

116 1

Documentary, photographs, 1973   3.0 items

116 2

E, 1970-1976   97.0 items

116 3

Eastman-Kodak, n.d.   10.0 items

116 4

Ethnographic, 1970-1976   93.0 items

116 5

Europe, 1971-1973   49.0 items

116 6

F, 1970-1977   112.0 items

116 7

Fellini, Frederico,, 1974-1977   18.0 items

116 8

Ford, John, 1971-1976   38.0 items

116 9

France, 1972-1976   11.0 items

116 10

G, 1970-1977   81.0 items

116 11

Germany, 1972-1977   32.0 items

116 12

Griffith, David W., 1926, 1972-1975   41.0 items

116 13

H, 1971-1977   127.0 items

116 14

Hitchcock, 1971-1975   44.0 items

117 1

Hollywood,, 1971-1977   54.0 items

117 2

Hong Kong, 1960-1976   83.0 items

117 3

Horror films, 1973-1976   15.0 items

117 4

I, 1972-1976   38.0 items

117 5

India, 1972-1976   100.0 items

117 6

Indonesia, 1957-1977   183.0 items

117 7

J, 1973-1976   38.0 items

117 8

Japan, 1971-1977   167.0 items

118 1

Japan, 1971-1977 (cont.)   52.0 items

118 2

Japanese film, 1974   121.0 items

118 3

K, 1971-1977   104.0 items

118 4

Korea, 1968-1976   12.0 items

118 5

Korea, 1968-1976 (cont.)   44.0 items

118 6

L, 1936, 1972-1977   96.0 items

118 7

Ma-Mk, 1971-1977   163.0 items

118 8

Micronesia, 1969-1975   28.0 items

118 9

Ml-Mz, 1973-1976   77.0 items

118 10

N, 1971-1976   88.0 items

118 11

O, 1970-1976   58.0 items

118 12

Pacific, 1969-19671   11.0 items

118 13

Pa-Pk, 1971-1976   82.0 items

118 14

Pl-Pz, 1973-1977   95.0 items

118 15

Philippines, 1973-1975   40.0 items

118 16

Protest/propaganda films, 1973-1975   44.0 items

118 17

Q-Rk, 1969, 1972-1976   104.0 items

118 18

R1-Rz, 1942, 1972-1976   88.0 items

118 19

Sa-Sk, 1971-1976   84.0 items

119 1

S1-Sz, 1960-1976   129.0 items

119 2

Scorsese, Martin, 1975-1976   35.0 items

119 3

Scripting, 1972-1977   110.0 items

119 4

The Seventies, 1970-1979   90.0 items

119 5

Singapore, 1973-1975   6.0 items

119 6

The Sixties, 1960-1969   3.0 items

119 7

Southeast Asia, 1970-1976   16.0 items

119 8

Stars, 1973-1976   20.0 items

119 9

Sweden, 1975   100.0 items

119 10

T, 1934 -1976   75.0 items

119 11

Taiwan, 1968-1977   19.0 items

119 12

Taiwan, 1968-1977 (cont.)   18.0 items

119 13

Teaching film, 1971-1976   189.0 items

120 1

Television, 1974-1976   79.0 items

120 2

Thailand, 1971-1975   14.0 items

120 3

Truffaut, Francois, 1970-1976   21.0 items

120 4

U-V, 1971-1976   62.0 items

120 5

Ullman, Liv, 1974-1977   19.0 items

120 6

United States Government Film, USIA, 1971-1976   48.0 items

120 7

Vietnam, 1971   3.0 items

120 8

Violence in films, 1972-1977   18.0 items

120 9

Wa-Wk, 1971-1976   80.0 items

120 10

W1-Z, 1973-1977   46.0 items

120 11

Warhol, Andy, 1974-1975   15.0 items

120 12

Welles, Orson, 1971-1975   16.0 items

120 13

Wertmuller, Lina, 1975-1977   16.0 items

120 14

Wilder, Gene, 1975   7.0 items

120 15

Wiseman, Frederick, 1971-1977   27.0 items

120 16

Women directors in films, 1972-1976   51.0 items

121 1

Clippings, 1972-1977   159.0 items

121 2

Movies 

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Aa-Am, 1934-1976   51.0 items

121 3

An-Az, 1970-1976   69.0 items

121 4

A11 the President’s Men, 1976   45.0 items

121 5

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, 1975   16.0 items

121 6

American Graffiti, 1973   33.0 items

121 7

Ba-Bk, 1927-1976   121.0 items

121 8

B1-Bz, 1959-1976 (with photos)   102.0 items

121 9

Barry Lyndon, 1975-1976   26.0 items

121 10

Biographical Films, 1975-1976   19.0 items

121 11

Ca-Cg, 1967-1976   71.0 items

121 12

Ca-Cg, 1967-1976: photographs   1.0 items

121 13

Cg-Ck, 1971-1974   39.0 items

121 14

Cl-Cn, 1971-1976   84.0 items

121 15

Co-Cz, 1971-1976   96.0 items

122 1

Co-Cz, 1971-1976: photographs   1.0 items

122 2

Citizen Kane, 1971-1972   94.0 items

122 3

Chaplin Films, 1973   8.0 items

122 4

Cries and Whispers, 1973   33.0 items

122 5

Da-Dk, 1972-1976   108.0 items

122 6

Di-Doo, 1971-1975   84.0 items

122 7

Dop-Em, 1967-1975   120.0 items

122 8

En-Ez, 1966-1974   76.0 items

122 9

Fa-Fm, 1967-1976   70.0 items

122 10

Fn-Fz, 1953-1977   104.0 items

122 11

Fn-Fz, 1953-1977: photographs   1.0 items

122 12

G, 1941, 1970-1976   142.0 items

123 1

Godfather, I and II, The, 1971-1975   20.0 items

123 2

Gone With the Wind, 1940, 1973-1976   38.0 items

123 3

H, 1971-1975   116.0 items

123 4

H, 1971-1975: photographs   1.0 items

123 5

I, 1916-1975   78.0 items

123 6

J, 1934-1975   86.0 items

123 7

K, 1973-1976: photographs 

123 8

K, 1973-1976   75.0 items

123 9

La-Ld, 1952-1976   77.0 items

123 10

Le-Lk, 1941-1975   59.0 items

123 11

Ll-Lz, 1963-1975   119.0 items

123 12

Last Laugh, The, 1924   21.0 items

123 13

Last Picture Show, The, 1971   21.0 items

123 14

Last Tango in Paris, The, 1973   38.0 items

123 15

Ma-Md, 1941-1976   165.0 items

124 1

Me-Mk, 1926-1976   61.0 items

124 2

M1-Mz, 1925-1975   92.0 items

124 3

M1-Mz, 1925-1975: photographs   1.0 items

124 4

Magic Flute, The, 1975   15.0 items

124 5

N, 1946-1976   97.0 items

124 6

N, 1946-1976: photographs   1.0 items

124 7

O, 1954-1976 (w/3 photos)   107.0 items

125 1

Pa-Pm, 1941-1975   80.0 items

125 2

Pa-Pm, 1941-1975: photographs   1.0 items

125 3

Pn-Pz, 1926-1977   60.0 items

125 4

Q-Rm, 1950-1975 (w/8 photos)   95.0 items

125 5

Rn-Rz, 1939-1976   99.0 items

125 6

Sa-Sez, 1926-1976   118.0 items

125 7

Sh-Sk, 1930-1976   87.0 items

125 8

Sh-Sk, 1930-1976: photographs, postcards   10.0 items

125 9

Sl-Sq, 1937-1977   118.0 items

125 10

Sr-Sz, 1939, 1971-1976   152.0 items

125 11

Ta-Tk, 1951, 1971-1976   105.0 items

126 1

T1-Tz, 1970-1976   85.0 items

126 2

Taiwan Film, 1976-1978   10.0 items

126 3

U, 1972-1976   48.0 items

126 4

V, 1958-1975   28.0 items

126 5

Wa-We, 1971-1976   76.0 items

126 6

Wf-Wz, 1957-1977   111.0 items

126 7

XYZ, 1942-1975   46.0 items

126 8

Clippings, 1977-1979   71.0 items

126 9

Subseries 4.2: Oceania Productions, 1954-1973 

Scope and Contents note

Contains company records, including all costs and profits associated with movie production, letters to investors, purchase orders, expenses, and employee information. These records show how Leynse attempted to distribute Out There, a Lone Island (originally titled Under One Roof), and includes magazine articles, primarily in English, with some in Korean. This subseries has been divided into two groups: Chronology, and Brochures and Pamphlets. Chronology contains closed accounts, correspondence, receipts, shipping invoices, bills, and film bookings of the company formed by Leynse in 1951 to produce educational and theatrical films dealing with the Far East. The material in this group dates from 1954 through 1973. The second group, Brochures and Pamphlets, includes film brochures for many of Leynse’s movies and the photoprints for the pamphlet on his film Micronesia.

Chronology 

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Oceania Productions, n.d.   12.0 items

126 10

Oceania Productions, 1954-1955: closed accounts   211.0 items

126 11

Oceania Productions, 1961-1965   120.0 items

126 12

Oceania Productions, 1961-1965, n.d.: photographs   13.0 items

126 13

Oceania Productions, 1965   226.0 items

127 1

Oceania Productions, 1966   230.0 items

127 2

Oceania Productions, 1967   101.0 items

127 3

Oceania Productions, 1968   127.0 items

127 4

Oceania Productions, 1969   267.0 items

127 5

Oceania Productions, 1969, Sumodo   78.0 items

127 6

Oceania Productions, 1969, Sumodo (articles collected by Judith Leynse, 1984-1985)   6.0 items

128 1

Oceania Productions, 1970   138.0 items

128 2

Oceania Productions, 1971   339.0 items

128 3

Oceania Productions, 1972   227.0 items

128 4

Oceania Productions, 1973   130.0 items

128 5

Brochures and Pamphlets 

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Oceania Productions, Film brochures, n.d.   10.0 items

129 1

Photoprints for Micronesia pamphlet, n.d.   9.0 items

129 2

Subseries 4.3: Writings for Publication, 1945-1975 

Scope and Contents note

Divided into Short Story Manuscripts and Magazine Articles, and, Book Materials. Short Story Manuscripts and Magazine Articles consists of Leynse’s short story material, much of which was submitted for publication. Book Materials includes drafts, proofs, and copies of Leynse’s book, Selected Short Subjects, a study of Asian, documentary, and propaganda films.

Short Story Manuscripts and Magazine Articles 

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"Chinese Parade on Leyte," 1945   3.0 items

129 3

"Food for Kili," 1952   16.0 items

129 4

"The Great Wall," 1972   24.0 items

129 5

"Legends," n.d.   86.0 items

129 6

Leynse articles, 1951 and 1975   2.0 items

129 7

"The Lure of the Frontier," n.d.   49.0 items

129 8

Manuscripts from Manila, Philippines, 1945, 1946, n.d.   76.0 items

129 9

Photographs, Manila, Philippines, ca. 1943-1945   10.0 items

129 10

"Porto," 1949   70.0 items

129 11

"Puppet Yesterday¾ President Tomorrow?," 1949   29.0 items

129 12

"Shunkin" (Film Treatment), 1970, n.d.   34.0 items

129 13

"Shunkin" (Film Treatment), 1970   42.0 items

129 14

"Smuggled Entry," 1957   10.0 items

129 15

"The Songs of Oak Mountain," 1956   44.0 items

129 16

"Three Blind Mice," n.d.   178.0 items

129 17

"Three Blind Mice," photographs, 1943, n.d.   9.0 items

129 18

Book Materials: Selected Short Subjects 

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Asian film, 1973-1974   77.0 items

130 1

Author’s page proof, 1974   85.0 items

130 2

Bibliography, 1974   4.0 items

130 3

Copy, printed, 1974   80.0 items

130 4

Draft, 1974   90.0 items

130 5

Draft, 1974   85.0 items

130 6

First copy, 1974   91.0 items

130 7

First draft, 1974   108.0 items

130 8

Flaherty, Robert, 1974   66.0 items

130 9

Graphics, n.d.   16.0 items

130 10

Propaganda, 1974   35.0 items

130 11

Subseries 4.4: Washington State University, 1908-1977 

Scope and Contents note

Consists largely of Leynse’s classroom material. Included are lecture notes, tests, syllabi, handouts, news articles, film schedules, reserve material, and other readings. Also included is a small amount of correspondence, travel fund requests, and other material related to Washington State University.

Classes 

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Sources, n.d.   50.0 items

131 1

Communications 323, 1972-1974   126.0 items

131 2

Communications 323, Fall 1975   9.0 items

131 3

Communications 323, Spring 1976   106.0 items

131 4

Communications 323, Fall 1976   41.0 items

131 5

Communications 323, Spring 1977   35.0 items

131 6

Communications 323 - Film criticism folder readings, 1948, 1973-1976   23.0 items

131 7

Communications 323 - Masters of Cinema, Spring 1975   92.0 items

131 8

Communications 323 - Statistically reliable test questions, 1976-1977   4.0 items

131 9

Communications 333 and 416, 1975, n.d.   4.0 items

131 10

Communications 333 – Film criticism 1971-1976   103.0 items

131 11

Communications 323 - Historical film criticism (1908-1922), n.d.   36.0 items

131 12

Communications 340, 1972-1973   111.0 items

132 1

Communications 357, n.d.   12.0 items

132 2

Communications 363, articles on scriptwriting, 1974-1975   93.0 items

132 3

Communications 393, The American Film, Spring 1977   76.0 items

132 4

Film criticism class, 1975, photographs   1.0 items

132 5

Correspondence, Frank Capra, letter, photograph, card, March 22, 1977   3.0 items

132 6

Communications 475-3, 1970-1976 

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Asian film clippings, 1970-1975   123.0 items

133 1

Asian films, Spring 1976   125.0 items

133 2

Folder readings, documentary, 1949-1976   110.0 items

133 3

Folder readings, documentary, 1970-1976   109.0 items

133 4

The Documentary, Fall 1976   108.0 items

133 5

Film seminar, Spring 1975   75.0 items

133 6

Film clips, 1976, n.d.   19.0 items

133 7

Lecture materials, 1954-1961, n.d.   17.0 items

133 8

Movie goers, 1976-1977   3.0 items

133 9

Reserve Material 

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Blumer, Ronald, "John Grierson," 1970   3.0 items

133 10

Callenbach, Ernest, "Grierson," 1974   3.0 items

133 11

Corliss, Richard, "Robert Flaherty: The Man in the Iron Myth," 1973   6.0 items

133 12

Dispenza, Joseph, "The March of Time," n.d.   5.0 items

133 13

Fielding, Raymond, "Time Flickers Out: Notes on the Passing of the March of Time," 1957   5.0 items

133 14

Friedlander, Madeline S., "Challenge for Change: An American View," n.d.   4.0 items

133 15

Harcourt, Peter, "The Innocent Eye," 1964   6.0 items

133 16

Harpole, Charles, "What is Documentary Film?" 1973   4.0 items

133 17

Heider, Karl G., "Ethnographic Films," 1974   3.0 items

133 18

Linton, James, "Moral Dimension in Documentary," 1976   6.0 items

133 19

MacDougal, David, "Prospects of the Ethnographic Film," 1970   16.0 items

133 20

Pryluck, Calvin, "Seeking to Take the Longest Journey: A Conversation with Albert Maysles," 1976   8.0 items

133 21

Pryluck, Calvin, "Ultimatly We Are All Outsiders: The Ethics of Documentary Filming,"1976   10.0 items

133 22

Rickleft, Roger, "One of Russia’s Non-Political Dissidents," 1976   2.0 items

133 23

Ryan, Terry, "The Documentary as Document," n.d.   8.0 items

133 24

Semsel, George S., "Toward a Personal Documentary," 1971   5.0 items

133 25

Sussex, Elizabeth, "The Golden Years of Grierson," 1972   6.0 items

133 26

Sussex, Elizabeth, "Grierson on Documentary: The Last Interview," 1973   8.0 items

133 27

Swertlow, Frank Sean, "The Policy," 1975   3.0 items

133 28

Weinberg, Herman 0., "The Man with the Movie Camera," n.d.   4.0 items

133 29

Van Dyke, Willard, "Documentaries of the Thirties," 1973   3.0 items

133 30

Vogel, Amos, "Can We Forget the Evil that She Did," 1973 1 1973   2.0 items

133 31

Zinnemann, Fred, "Remembering Robert Flaherty," n.d.   4.0 items

133 32

Washington State University, 1975-1976   137.0 items

134 1

Washington State University, 1973, photographs, H. Leynse   1.0 items

134 2

Washington State University, 1975-1976   91.0 items

134 3

Subseries 4.5: Film-Related Material, 1957-1976 

Scope and Contents note

Consists of various production components of Leynse’s film-making activities, such as director’s manuals, working notes, scripts, subject and descriptive treatments, recording assignments, and photographs taken on location.

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Asian Film Festival-Pusan, Korea, 1976   6.0 items

134 4

Asian Film Festival (22nd), cassette tape w/note, June 1976   2.0 items

134 5

California State Polytechnic Film, 1970   38.0 items

134 6

China project, 1971-1973   216.0 items

134 7

"A Director’s Manual" 1956 (holograph notebook, approx. 500 pp.)   1.0 items

134 8

Great Wall, The, narrative script, n.d.   6.0 items

135 1

Kurosawa, A., 1974-1975   174.0 items

135 2

Kurosawa, A.,1975   131.0 items

135 3

Kurosawa, A., 1974-1975   80.0 items

135 4

Litany of Hope, script, n.d.   21.0 items

135 5

Litany of Hope, photographs, n.d.   21.0 items

135 6

Micronesia, photographs, 1946, 1948-1949, n.d.   50.0 items

135 7

Motion picture agreement with United States government, n.d. (ca. 1950s)   8.0 items

135 8

Movie equipment, photographs, blueprint, n.d.   5.0 items

136 1

Narcotics Trade: A pictoral account of a safari to opium hills of Northern Thailand, for Oceania Productions, 1957   36.0 items

136 2

Narcotics Trade: Photographs (negs) taken on location, 1957-1965   118.0 items

136 3

Subject and descriptive treatments for the film "Opium", n.d.   26.0 items

136 4

Narcotics Trade: Treatment, footage, and script material, n.d.   171.0 items

136 5

Out There, A Lone Island (Under One Roof): 

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Film treatments, 1966-1967   1.0 items

137 1

Photos, slides, film negs., on location, n.d.   153.0 items

137 2

Photographs, production stills, n.d.   83.0 items

137 3

Recording assignments (books), 1966-1968, n.d.   2.0 items

137 4

Revisions in shooting and sound, 1968-1969   1.0 items

137 5

Shipping notices, 1967-1968   55.0 items

137 6

Shooting script, n.d.   1.0 items

137 7

Correspondence, 1971 (w/film negs.) (added 9-29-91)   7.0 items

137 8

Sound effects script, n.d. (301 pp. notebook)   1.0 items

138 1

Clippings, promotion, 1966-1970   74.0 items

138 2

Ullung-Do, 1964-1976   135.0 items

138 3

President Sukarno's tour through Indonesia, 1959   18.0 items

138 4

President Sukarno and H. Leynse, photographs, 1959   5.0 items

138 5

Production ideas, 1966-1973   54.0 items

138 6

Subseries 4.6: Personal Papers, 1921-1971 

Scope and Contents note

Includes biographical items, personal documents, and some personal correspondence.

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Biographical information, 1921-1963   9.0 items

138 7

Biographical information, photographs, H. Leynse, n.d.   1.0 items

138 8

Chinese and Korean documents, 1962, n.d   3.0 items

138 9

Correspondence, general, 1945-1971   137.0 items

138 10

Correspondence, photographs accompanying, n.d. (ca. 1965, Korea)   4.0 items

138 11

Foundations, 1964-1965, n.d.   73.0 items

138 12

Photographs, Oceania Productions, 1961-1965 and undated 

138 13

Korean language material, n.d.   193.0 items

139 1

Lecture: "Majuro: An Atoll," n.d.   16.0 items

139 2

Peking American School, 1966   12.0 items

139 3

Recommendations, 1963-1970   11.0 items

139 4

Travel orders and vouchers, 1959-1966   287.0 items

139 5

WSU Anthropology 530: "Ethnography of Mainland China," class notes, 1971 

139 6

Subseries 4.7: Card File 

Scope and Contents note

9 Boxes (eight wood, one metal) containing lecture notes on notecards, handwritten, n.d.

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The American Film 

140 1

The Asian Film 

140 2

Film Criticism 

140 3

Film Production Notes 

140 4

Film Scripting 

140 5

Masters of the Cinema, A-H 

140 6

Masters of the Cinema, I-Z 

140 7

Masters of the Cinema 

140 8

Photo Communication 

140 9

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Series 5: Memorabilia, 1930-1976, n.d. 

Scope and Contents note

Includes mementos and materials from Leynse’s work and travels, such as puppets, rubber stamps, notebooks, scrolls, and medals.

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H. Leynse Medal, Asian Film Festival, 1976   1.0 items

141 1

Notebook with Chinese/English military terms, n.d.   1.0 items

141 2

Small cards, n.d.   3.0 items

141 3

Color cards, n.d.   3.0 items

141 4

Cut-outs, Chinese deities, n.d.; one miniature calendar, 1939   3.0 items

141 5

Puppets (painted cardboard?), n.d.; small Chinese cards, n.d.   5.0 items

141 6

Sheet poetry, printed by Women’s Club, 1930-1931   1.0 items

141 7

Sheets stationery with color prints, n.d.   3.0 items

141 8

Addresses: loose sheet, in English/Chinese, n.d.   1.0 items

141 9

Brown address book, n.d.   1.0 items

141 9

Found in address book: letter, cards of introduction, November 15 1943, NY; Peking, n.d.   1, 3 items

141 9

Prints on cards, n.d.; calendar with notes, 1956   4, 1 items

141 10

Title graphics from various films, n.d., Oceania Productions    items

141 11

Pencil sketches, selected short subjects: John Grierson, Robert Flaherty (1946), Leni Riefenstahl, Akira Kurosawa, Satyajit Ray, Frank Capra   6.0 items

141 12

Small brown leather case with seeds   1.0 items

142 1

Small metal box, Small metal rods   1,3 items

142 2

Patches from Leynse’s military service, 1943-1945, CIC Counter-Intelligence   4.0 items

142 3

Small scroll, n.d.   1.0 items

142 4

Original box for seals and stamps above from Oceania Productions   1.0 items

142 5

Wood, rubber, metal stamps from Oceania Productions; negative strip; contact prints, n.d.   1,4 items

142 6

Small round container   1.0 items

142 6

Hanbok (traditional Korean costume) belonging to Judith Leynse.   1.0 items

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