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Galanty Productions.

  • Correspondence between representatives of Galanty Productions, Toronto, Ont., George Ryga, Summerland, B.C., and Renée L. Paris, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Correspondence discussing possible screen play adaptation and production of G. Ryga's A builder in stone, a builder in wood and Captives of the faceless drummer, and relating to Galanty Productions holding of film and television rights to The ecstasy of Rita Joe. Includes contracts.

McClelland and Stewart Limited.

  • CA ACU SPC F0023-S0001-FL0081
  • File
  • 1949 October 14 - 1967 October 4
  • Part of Earle Birney fonds.

  • Correspondence between Earle Birney and representatives of McClelland and Stewart Limited, invoices, royalty statements and contract.
  • File consists of correspondence regarding royalties on various works by E. Birney; permissions to reprint various works in anthologies; problems relating to the publication of Selected poems 1940-1966; the unauthorized publication of poems by E. Birney in Human Voice Quarterly, v. 2, no. 3, August 1966; and the refusal of McClelland and Stewart Limited to sell E. Birney's books outside of Canada.
  • Typescript; typescript (carbon copy); typescript, signed; typescript (photocopy); holograph, signed; typescript, signed (photocopy).

Christmas at King's Landing : research material

Photocopies of articles titled Christmas as it was, published in the New Brunswick Magazine (holograph annotation "written in 1898"), and Santa Claus, published in Early American Life, December 1979. Includes references to the following: Christmas at King's Landing; Once upon a Christmas.

Christmas at King's Landing : television play : narration

Typescript and typescript (carbon copy). Rough drafts and clean copy of additional narration to be inserted into script. Rough drafts for each insert clipped behind clean copy. Christmas at King's Landing telecast by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, December 21, 1980. Film featured musical group Ryan's Fancy and filmed at Kings Landing, N.B. A. Nowlan nominated for an ACTRA Award in the category Best writer - Television for his script of the television special. (Archival note: Kings Landing, N.B., does not contain an apostrophe in "Kings". However, in all references to Christmas at King's Landing in the Papers, for example, correspondence with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and ACTRA, "Kings" is spelled "King's". Manuscripts contain only the variant title Once upon a Christmas. As far as can be determined from the Papers, the telecast title was Christmas at King's Landing; therefore, the title is entered with that spelling.) Includes references to the following: Christmas at King's Landing; Once upon a Christmas.

The dollar woman : radio play : article

Newsclipping from the Bugle (Woodstock, N.B.) announcing radio broadcast of The dollar woman, co-authored by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning, on Festival Theatre (CBC- FM), February 27, 1978. Includes references to the following: The dollar woman : radio play.

The first game of the finals : television play : script outlines

Typescript, typescript with holograph additions and typescript (carbon copy). Script outlines. Item 3, which includes script for a scene involving a hockey fan, was probably sent to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which commissioned the television play. Rough draft fragments of scene are filed behind clean copy. Play written with co- operation and assistance of Eric Nesterenko. Includes references to the following: The first game of the finals.

Frankenstein : radio play : article

Newsclipping discussing Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio production of Frankenstein to be broadcast on CBC Stage, October 25, 1975. Stage play co-authored by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning. Includes references to the following: Frankenstein : radio play.

There was an old woman from Wexford : radio play : first draft

Typescript (carbon copy) with holograph revisions. A. Nowlan's holograph annotation "first draft" on p. 1. Radio play commissioned by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Letter from Elizabeth Fox (CBC correspondence file), October 10, 1975, indicates that first draft received by CBC on that date. Includes references to the following: There was an old woman from Wexford : radio play.

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