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Bound Scripts and Production Notes [series]:

(4 linear feet, 1980-1992) The content of this series is the same kind of material as Scripts and Production Notes, except the material has been bound into volumes. There are scripts from 5 shows and 3 pilots. Hal Cooper developed these projects with Rod Parker, usually in conjunction with Elmar Productions, and was executive producer as well as a director for the shows. Dear John , The Powers That Be , and Gimme a Break all have extensive directorial notations on the scripts for episodes directed by Hal Cooper. The scripts for Love, Sidney and Phyl and Mikhy are the “as broadcast” copies and have no notations.

The scripts are arranged alphabetically by show. The episodes are listed individually, in chronological order, with the title, writer, director, producer, and date when the information is available. The location note for each episode indicates which volume the script is in.

 
Dear John
Box   8  
"A New Leash on Life," written by: Alan Kirschenbaum, director: Hal Cooper,  8/14/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"The Other Group," written by: Mark Reisman and Jeremy Stevens, director: Hal Cooper,  8/21/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"Something on the Side," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  8/28/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"Ralph's Second Chance," written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  9/11/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"John's Blind Date," story by: Rod Parker and Bob Ellison, teleplay by: Alan Kirschenbaum, director: Hal Cooper,  9/18/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"The British Are Coming," written by: Marco Pennette, director: Hal Cooper,  9/24/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"The Secret of Success," written by: Rick Hawkins, director: Hal Cooper,  10/9/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"Fathers Know Best," written by: Maxine Lapiduss, director: Hal Cooper,  10/16/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [1] and [2])

Box   8  
"Kate, A Date and Fate," written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  10/23/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"The Dilemma with Emma," written by: Marco Pennette, director: Hal Cooper,  11/6/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"Honolulu Baby," written by: Mark Reisman and Jeremy Stevens, director: Hal Cooper,  11/13/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"Kirk's Problem," written by: Efrem Seeger, director: Hal Cooper,  11/20/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"Breaking Up is Hard To Do," story by: Sandy Helberg and Harriet Helberg, teleplay by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  12/4/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"John's Friend," written by: Efrem Seeger, director: Hal Cooper,  12/13/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"John's New Job Part I," written by: Larry Balmagia, director: Hal Cooper,  12/18/89   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"John's New Job Part II," written by: Larry Balmagia, director: Hal Cooper,  1/8/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [3] and [4])

Box   8  
"Unwelcome to the Club," written by: Rick Hawkins, director: Hal Cooper,  1/15/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"Some Nights to Remember," written by: Marco Pennette, director: Hal Cooper,  1/22/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"Babyface," written by: Mark Reisman and Jeremy Stevens, director: Hal Cooper,  2/5/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"John's Night Out," written by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan, director: Hal Cooper,  2/12/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"True Confessions" written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  2/20/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"To John With Love," story by: Ron Burla, teleplay by: Efrem Seeger, director: Hal Cooper,  3/19/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"Aunt Red," written by: Marco Penette, director: Hal Cooper,  3/12/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   8  
"No More Mr. Nice Guy," written by: Larry Balmagia, director: Hal Cooper,  3/26/90   

(1989-90, Volumes [5] and [6])

Box   9  
"Pretty Man," written by: Diana Ayers and Susan Sebastian, director: Hal Cooper,  8/13/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"And Baby Makes Four, Part One," written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  8/20/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"A Priest's Story," written by: Howard Meyers, director: Hal Cooper,  8/27/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"And Baby Makes Four, Part Two" written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  9/10/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"That's Big of Me," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  9/17/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Hotlips Lacey," written by: Marco Pennette, director: Hal Cooper,  9/24/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Hole in One," written by: Mark Reisman and Jeremy Stevens, director: Hal Cooper,  10/8/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"The Blunder Years," written by: Susan Sebastian and Diana Ayers, director: Hal Cooper,  10/15/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Down and Out in Rego Park," written by: Howard Meyers, director: Hal Cooper,  10/22/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"A Matter of Trust, Part One," written by: Efrem Seeger, director: Hal Cooper,  11/5/90   

(1990-91, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"A Matter of Trust, Part Two," written by: Efrem, director: Hal Cooper,  11/12/90   

(1990-91, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Homeward Bound," written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  11/19/90   

(1990-91, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Molly and Me," written by: Diana Ayers and Susan Sebastian, director: Hal Cooper,  12/3/90   

(1990-91, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Love Stories I," written by: Rod Parker, Bob Ellison and Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  12/10/90   

(1990-91, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Love Stories II," written by: Bob Ellison, Rod Burton and Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper,  12/17/90   

(1990-91, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Love Stories III," written by: Rod Burton, Rod Parker and Bob Ellison, director: Hal Cooper,  1/7/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"John and Kirk's Excellent Adventure," written by: Marco Pennette, director: Hal Cooper,  1/14/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"The Poet, Part One," written by: Howard Meyers, director: Hal Cooper,  1/21/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"The Poet, Part Two," written by: Howard Meyers, director: Hal Cooper,  2/4/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Matthew and the Baby," written by: Meredith Siler, director: Hal Cooper,  2/11/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Louise the Hero," written by: Mike Milligan and Jay Moriarty, director: Hal Cooper,  2/19/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"John's Week Off," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper,  2/15/91   

(1990-91, Volume [3])

 
Elmar Pilots
Box   9  
Pottsville Pilot, "Labor Pains," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper,  8/6/80   

(1979-80 Volume)

Box   9  
Mr. and Mrs… and Mr. Pilot, "Lost and Found," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper, producers: Rob Dames, Bob Fraser and Rita Dillon,  9/1/80   

(1979-80 Volume)

Box   9  
Did You Hear About Josh and Kelly?! Pilot, "The Divorce," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper,  10/13/80   

(1979-80 Volume)

 
Gimme a Break
Box   9  
"The Way to a Man's Heart," written by: Gina Goldman, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Artie Julian,  8/8/83   

(1983-84, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Joey, Part One," story by: Rod Parker, Hal Cooper, and Arthur Julian, teleplay by: Rod Parker and Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/15/83   

(1983-84, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Katie's Commitment," written by: Gary H. Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/22/83   

(1983-84, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"The Groupie," written by: Gary H. Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/12/83   

(1983-84, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Joey, Part Two," story by: Rod Parker, Hal Cooper and Arthur Julian, teleplay by: Rod Parker and Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/19/83   

(1983-84, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Grandpa's Rebellion," written by: Ted Bergman, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/26/83   

(1983-84, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"The May or," written by: Rod Landry and Tom Biener, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/10/83   

(1983-84, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Nell's Friend," written by: Tom Biener and Ron Landry, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/17/83   

(1983-84, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Herbie," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/24/83   

(1983-84, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"Melissa," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/7/83   

(1983-84, Volume [2])

Box   9  
"James Returns," written by: Gina Goldman, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/14/83   

(1983-84, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Samantha's Protest," written by: R.J. Colleary, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/21/83   

(1983-84, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Kaniski Christmas," written by: Rob Kaplan, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/5/83   

(1983-84, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Valentine," story by: Rod Parker and Arthur Julian, teleplay by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/12/83   

(1983-84, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Flashback," written by: Tom Biener and Ron Landry, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/19/83   

(1983-84, Volume [3])

Box   9  
"Big Apple, Part One," story by: Gary H. Miller, teleplay by: Tom Biener and Ron Landry, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/16/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Big Apple, Part Two," written by: Rod Parker and Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/16/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Knock Three Times," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/23/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Katie's College," written by: Gary H. Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/6/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Class of '84," written by: Ron Bloomberg, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/13/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Rodeo," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/27/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Nell's Birthday," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  7/30/84   

(1983-84, Volume [4])

Box   9  
"Daddy's Little Girl," written by: Rob Kaplan, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/6/84   

(1984-85, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Joey Goes to New Orleans, Part I," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/4/84   

(1984-85, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Joey Goes to New Orleans, Part II," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/4/84   

(1984-85, Volume [1])

Box   9  
"Grandpa's Secret Life," written by: Ron Bloomberg, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/10/84   

(1984-85, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Sam's First Love," written by: Tom Biener and Ron Landry, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/17/84   

(1984-85, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Who Dunnit?" written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/24/84   

(1984-85, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Breakdance," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/8/84   

(1984-85, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Baby of the Family," written by: Gary H. Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/15/84   

(1984-85, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Carl's Delicate Moment," written by: Tom Biener and Ron Landry, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/22/84   

(1984-85, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"TV or Not TV," written by: Ron Bloomberg, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/5/84   

(1984-85, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"The Answering Machine," written by: Phil Mishkin, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/12/84   

(1984-85, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Julie's Lie," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/19/84   

(1984-85, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"The Spirit of Christmans," written by: Ron Bloomberg, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/1/84   

(1984-85, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Grandpa's Will," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/10/84   

(1984-85, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"The Gift," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/17/84   

(1984-85, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Alabamy Bound, Part I," written by: Arthur Julian and Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/7/85   

(1984-85, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Alabamy Bound, Part II," written by: Arthur Julian and Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/14/85   

(1984-85, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Earthquake," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/21/85   

(1984-85, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Monkey See, Monkey Do," written by: Gary H. Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/4/85   

(1984-85, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"The Lookalike," written by: Ron Landry and Tom Biener, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/11/85   

(1984-85, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Cat Story," written by: Ron Landry and Tom Biener, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/22/85   

(1984-85, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Police Mommas," written by: Gary H. Miller and Ron Bloomberg, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/4/85   

(1984-85, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Friendship," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/11/85   

(1984-85, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Julie's Birthday," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/18/85   

(1984-85, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Joey's Train," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  7/29/85   

(1985-86, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"So Long, Jonathan," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/5/85   

(1985-86, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Ship of Fools, Part One," written by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/12/85   

(1985-86, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Ship of Foots, Part Two," written by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/19/85   

(1985-86, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"The Man from Zoron," story by: Terry Hart and Mady Julian, teleplay by: Pamela Norris, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/26/85   

(1985-86, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Mama," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/9/85   

(1985-86, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Addy's Goodbye," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/16/85   

(1985-86, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Sam's Little Girl," written by: Joan Brooker and Nancy Eddo, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/23/85   

(1985-86, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Katie's Apartment," written by: Susan Beavers, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/18/85   

(1985-86, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Nell's Gifted Child," written by: Julie Fleischer and Jeff Davis, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/21/85   

(1985-86, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Nell's New Car," written by: Joan Brooker and Nancy Eddo, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/29/85   

(1985-86, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"The Elevator," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/4/85   

(1985-86, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Snippits," story by: Hal Cooper and Arthur Julian, teleplay by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/29/85   

(1985-86, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Second Chance," story by: Rob Kaplan, teleplay by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/25/85   

(1985-86, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Second Chance, Part Two,"  11/25/85   

(1985-86, Volume [3])

Box   10  
"Pride and Prejudice," written by: Pamela Norris, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/10/85   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"A Lesson For Nell," written by: Robin Pennington, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/17/85   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Bienvenidos, Jonathan," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/14/86   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"The Gun," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/21/86   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Family Reunion," written by: Joan Brooker and Nancy Eddo, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/11/86   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Getting to Know You," story by: Mady Julian and Terry Hart, teleplay by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/19/86   

(1985-86, Volume [4])

Box   10  
"Found Money," written by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/24/86   

(1985-86, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Katie's Korner," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/28/86   

(1985-86, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"The Purse Snatcher," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/10/86   

(1985-86, Volume [5])

Box   10  
"Below Sea Level," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  7/14/86   

(1986-87, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Joey Meets Matthew," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  7/21/86   

(1986-87, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Nell Goes Back to New York," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  7/28/86   

(1986-87, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"The Apartment," written by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/18/86   

(1986-87, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Sam Goes to College," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  8/25/86   

(1986-87, Volume [1])

Box   10  
"Someday My Prince…" written by: Kathleen McGhee-Anderson, director: Patrick Maloney, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/9/86   

(1986-87, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"The Scam," written by: Rod Burton and Dick Frattali, director: Jules Lichtman, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/16/86   

(1986-87, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Nell's Secret Admirer," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Jules Lichtman, producer: Arthur Julian,  9/23/86   

(1986-87, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"I Love New York," written by: Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/6/86   

(1986-87, Volume [2])

Box   10  
"Nell the Boss," story by: Ali Marie Matheson, teleplay by: Mady Julian, director: Rob Dames, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/14/86   

(1986-87, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Harry the Hamster," written by: Mady Julian, director: Phil Ramuno, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/21/86   

(1986-87, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"Joey the Gambler," written by: Pam Veasey, director: Patrick Maloney, producer: Arthur Julian,  10/28/86   

(1986-87, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"Christmas in New York," written by: Pam Veasey, director: Linda Day, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/11/86   

(1986-87, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"The Loan," written by: Terry Hart, director: Tony Singletary, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/17/86   

(1986-87, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"Joey's First Crush," written by: Terry Hart, director: Linda Day, producer: Arthur Julian,  11/25/86   

(1986-87, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"The Window, Part One," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/6/86   

(1986-1987 Volume [4])

Box   11  
"The Window," story by: Rod Parker and Arthur Julian, teleplay by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper and Phil Ramuno, producer: Arthur Julian,  12/16/86   

(1986-1987 Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Joey's Teacher," written by: Pam Veasey, director: Patrick Maloney, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/13/87   

(1986-1987 Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Joey's Hero," written by: Mady Julian and Terry Hart, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  1/19/87   

(1986-1987 Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Joey the Gigolo," written by: Joan Brooker and Nancy Eddo, director: Patrick Maloney, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/3/87   

(1986-1987 Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Parent's Week, Part One," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/10/87   

(1986-87, Volume [5])

Box   11  
"Parent's Week, Part Two," written by: Arthur Julian and Pam Veasey, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Arthur Julian,  2/23/87   

(1986-87, Volume [5])

Box   11  
"Save the Church," written by: Pam Veasey, director: Tony Singletary, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/3/87   

(1986-87, Volume [5])

Box   11  
"Mama's Date," written by: Terry Hart and Mady Julian, director: Phil Ramuno, producer: Arthur Julian,  3/9/87   

(1986-87, Volume [5])

 
Love, Sidney
Box   11  
"Sidney's Art Show," written by: Karyl Geld Miller, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"The Ninth Anniversary," written by: Pamela Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Sidney's Spree," written by: George Bloom and Sandy Veith, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Pros and Cons," written by: Fredi Towbin, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Rhonda Rabbit," written by: Korby Siamis, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"The Accident," written by: Pamela Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Sidney's Cousin," written by: Fredi Towbin, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Sitcom," story by: George Bloom, written by: Sandy Veith and George Bloom, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Sidney's Hero," written by: R.J. Colleary, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Ballet," written by: D.B. Gilles, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Jan, Part One" written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Jan, Part Two," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Alison, Part One," written by: Pam Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"Alison, Part Two," written by: Pam Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1982   

(1982-83, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"The Movie," written by: Korby Siamis, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"The Shrink," written by: Pam Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"Sidney's Bar Mitzvah," written by: Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [3])

Box   11  
"The Revolutionary," story by: George Bloom and R.J. Colleary, teleplay by: R.J. Colleary, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [4])

Box   11  
"One is Enough," written by: George Bloom, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Blinded," written by: Pamela Chais, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Show-Biz Mamas," written by: George Bloom and Arthur Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [4])

Box   11  
"Surprise Party," written by: George Bloom, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Sandy Veith, copyright  1983   

(1982-83, Volume [4])

 
Phyl and Mikhy
Box   11  
"The Meet," written by: Tom Reeder, director: Hal Cooper,  5/26/80   

(0101-0106 Volume)

Box   11  
"Phyl's Birthday Surprise," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper,  6/2/80   

(0101-0106 Volume)

Box   11  
"One Big Happy Family," written by: Madelyn Daley, director: Hal Cooper,  6/23/80   

(0101-0106 Volume)

Box   11  
"Phyl's Wedding," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper,  6/9/80   

(0101-0106 Volume)

Box   11  
"Mikhy's Visitor," story by: Lan O'Kun, teleplay by: Lan O'Kun, Bob Fraser and Rob Dames,  6/16/80   

(0101-0106 Volume)

Box   11  
"The Seduction of Mikhail Orlov," written by: Mark Solomon and Mark Egan, director: Hal Cooper,  6/30/80
 
The Powers That Be
Box   11  
"Bill's Dead… Not," written by: Nancylee Myatt, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  8/25/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"How Sharper Than a Servant's Tooth," written by: Ron Burla, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla, 9/1/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Sophie's Big Decision," written by: Graham Yost, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  9/15/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Grammargate, Part One," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  9/22/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Grammargate, Part Two," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  9/28/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"I'm Your Dummy," written by: Julie Thacker, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  10/13/92   

(1992 Volume [1])

Box   11  
"Grandma's Big Decision," written by: Graham Yost, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  10/20/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"The Intern," written by: Ron Burla, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  10/27/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"A Chicken In Every Pot," written by: Mady Julian, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  11/03/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Oh Mack," written by: Rod Parker, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  11/17/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Saint Caitlyn of Shears," written by: Nancylee Myatt, director: Hal Cooper, producer: Ron Burla,  11/24/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Having a Ball," written by: Graham Yost, director: Hal Cooper, produced by Patricia Fass Palmer,  12/8/92   

(1992 Volume [2])

Box   11  
"Bradley Gets Fired," written by: Rod Burton, director: Hal Cooper, produced by: Patricia Fass Palmer,  12/15/92   

(1992 Volume [2])