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Lynda Mendoza Collection of David McCallum Memorabilia
MsC 895
Collection Dates: 1952 - 2006
36.5 linear ft.

Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research. AT THIS TIME MANY OF THE POSTERS IN THIS COLLECTION ARE BEING CLEANED AND REPAIRED IN THE CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT AND ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR RESEARCH.

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Acquisition and Processing Information: This collection was donated by Lynda Mendoza in February 2010. It was processed in July-September 2010. An addendum to the collection was donated by Mendoza and processed in January 2011.

Photographs: Series VIII, Series XIII, 2001 Addendum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scope and Contents

The Lynda Mendoza Collection consists of materials concerning the actor David McCallum and his performing career, particularly the television show that made him famous - The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968). The collection is an excellent representation of the variety of materials that can be produced as a result of a particular media fandom. Materials include correspondence, press clippings, realia, posters, photographs, and audio recordings, among others.

Correspondence: This series contains correspondence to and from Mendoza, mostly concerning her fan activities. One folder consists of letters exchanged between Mendoza and McCallum.

Assorted U.N.C.L.E./McCallum Material: This series is a catch-all, taking in materials relating to both McCallum and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Materials include various filmographies for McCallum, and U.N.C.L.E.-related items that do not qualify as realia or as fan club-produced objects.

Assorted Fan Club Material: The materials in this series involve Mendoza's fan activities, both as secretary of U.N.C.L.E. HQ (a Man From U.N.C.L.E. fan club) and as publisher of the McCallum Observer (McCallum's official fan club). Included are copies of the newsletters for both clubs, as well as various items produced by the Observer. Also in this series are materials relating to other fannish activities for U.N.C.L.E. in particular and other fandoms in general.

Non-U.N.C.L.E. Productions: These materials document the movie and television work by McCallum that do not involve The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Most of the items in this series are press books and other publicity materials for the various productions.

Theater Work: This series consists of files relating to McCallum's stage career. Items, arranged alphabetically by production name, consist of programs, play books, and publicity materials. Many are autographed by McCallum.

Scripts: In this series are found scripts of McCallum productions, mostly episodes of his various television appearances.

Clippings File: This series consists of various press items, clipped by Mendoza, relating to McCallum and his professional and personal lives. Clippings are drawn from magazines and newspapers from the 1950s-early 2000s.

Scrapbooks: This series is similar to the Clippings File, in that it consists of press items relating to McCallum. However, the materials in this series are not loosely filed, but were collected into large scrapbooks by Mendoza. Some photographs are also included in the books.

Books, Magazines and Related Materials: The items in this series include books and related materials concerning both McCallum and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. There are many paperback novels, comic books, and other publications (such as coloring books and so-called Annuals) chronicling new U.N.C.L.E. adventures: these were born of the worldwide fan phenomenon that the show became during its run. There are also other books and publications tangentially related to U.N.C.L.E. - these deal with McCallum himself,The Girl From U.N.C.L.E., or with the spy genre as a whole.  The series also contains copies of the novel versions of many of McCallum's movie and television productions. Copies of many fan magazines, and some U.N.C.L.E. zines, are included.

Realia: This series consists of various 3-dimensional objects and other materials, most of them memorabilia based around The Man From U.N.C.L.E. The variety of items is large, and includes such materials as buttons and pins, T-shirts, board and card games, trading cards, stationary, U.N.C.L.E. "identification cards", among others.

Audio and Video Recordings: Materials in this series include copies of McCallum's albums from his 1960s musical career, soundtracks from U.N.C.L.E. and other television shows and films, audio cassettes of numerous interviews with McCallum, examples of the many audiobooks that McCallum has narrated over the years, and videotapes and DVDs for several McCallum films.

Visual Materials: In this series can be found many photographs taken from many of McCallum's stage, screen and television productions, as well as McCallum himself. [Many of these are autographed by McCallum.] Also included are film reels comprised of trailers and outtakes from various productions, and scattered film clips snipped from reels of different productions. There are also numerous posters of McCallum, his movies, and his stage productions.

2011 Addendum: The addendum to this collection contains some additional materials donated by Mendoza in early 2011. They include items similar to those contained in the various series in the initial collection.

 


Biographical Note

David Keith McCallum, Jr. was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on September 19, 1933. He came from a musical family (his mother Dorothy Dorman was a cellist; his father, David, Sr. was the principal first violinist of the Royal Philharmonic, the London Philharmonic, and the Scottish National Orchestras), but, after initially considering to follow his parents as a musician, chose instead to pursue acting as a career. McCallum graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and in the 1950s began establishing his film career with small parts in such British films as Robbery Under Arms (1957), A Night To Remember (1958), and Violent Playground (1958).

McCallum's first role in an American-made film came in 1962, when he appeared alongside Montgomery Clift in John Huston's Freud: The Secret Passion. That same year he continued to appear alongside major established actors with a supporting role in Peter Ustinov's Billy Budd. The early and mid-1960s provided McCallum with roles in several prominent films, most notably as Lieutenant Eric Ashley-Pitt in The Great Escape (1963) and Judas Iscariot in George Stevens' epic The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965). McCallum's film work has been steady ever since, with films that include Around The World Under The Sea (1966), Sol Madrid (1968), La Cattura (The Ravine, 1969), Mosquito Squadron (1969), The Watcher In The Woods (1980), and Hear My Song (1991).

In addition, McCallum has enjoyed a long and successful acting career on the stage, not only in his native Britain but in North America and Australia as well. His productions include Angel Street, California Suite, Communicating Doors, Equus, Ghosts, Julius Caesar, The Lion In Winter, The Philanthropist, Run For Your Wife, and the 1999-2000 Broadway revival of Amadeus.

However, McCallum's most iconic performances have been on television. He first established a strong genre presence with two appearances (1963-1964) in the science fiction anthology The Outer Limits. But McCallum's fame really ignited when he was hired to play Russian secret agent Illya Kuryakin in the spy series The Man From U.N.C.L.E., which ran from 1964-1968. [See Historical Note below for more information on the creation and popular impact of the series.] McCallum's portrayal of the soulful, brooding Kuryakin (the counterpart to co-star Robert Vaughn's suave and debonair American spy Napoleon Solo) gained him instant celebrity. He became a major teen idol, and was not infrequently mobbed by adoring fans at public appearances. In addition, his performance was critically regarded highly enough that McCallum was nominated twice for Emmys during the course of the show. To this day, McCallum remains most identified with the role of Kuryakin and it is the basis of McCallum's lasting fame.

Following the cancellation of the series in 1968, McCallum pursued other television work through the next several decades; in addition to a number of TV-movies, he played the lead in several continuing series. These include Colditz (1972-1974), a series about Allied POWs during World War II; The Invisible Man (1975-1976), an updating of the seminal H.G. Wells tale in which McCallum played a scientist who accidentally becomes invisible and uses his newfound ability to fight crime and injustice; and the British-made Sapphire and Steel (1979-1982). The last was a cult science fiction series in which McCallum ("Steel") was partnered with Joanna Lumley ("Sapphire") as mysterious interdimensional agents charged with preserving the integrity of time and space in our universe. In recent years, McCallum has found renewed popularity on television with the hit CBS police procedural NCIS (began 2003), where he portrays Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard, the Chief Medical Examiner for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

McCallum also branched out into the world of music. In the late 1960s, at the height of his acting fame, he recorded several albums of music for Capitol Records. These include: Music: A Part of Me (1966), Music: A Bit More of Me (1966), Music: It's Happening Now! (1967); and McCallum (1968). On all of these albums, McCallum's musical background served him well - he used multiple instruments, including French horn, oboe, strings, guitar and drums, which he blended together as new interpretations of various pop hits of the moment.

McCallum married actress Jill Ireland in 1957. The two (who acted together on several episodes of The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) had three children: Paul, Valentine, and an adopted son, Jason, who died in 1989. McCallum and Ireland divorced in 1967, and she went on to marry McCallum's Great Escape co-star Charles Bronson. That same year, McCallum married again, to Katherine Carpenter.

Lynda Mendoza is an independent contractor based in the Chicago area. She discovered McCallum at the age of 9, when she began watching The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Like so many fans, she became fascinated with McCallum and the character of Kuryakin; as Mendoza puts it, he was "a young girl's first crush". She began following his career over the succeeding decades, watching him in movies and television shows, and attending plays in which he appeared. In 1985, she approached McCallum during the run of one of his plays on the East Coast, and asked him to authorize a publication by Mendoza on his acting career (more specifically, his ongoing career since the end of U.N.C.L.E., and which pointedly left his personal life alone) The McCallum Observer, which McCallum approved and which became his official fan club, began production that year.

The Observer, and Mendoza's fan activities, are marked by a fairly close relationship with their subject. Unfortunately, when McCallum's new series NCIS began becoming popular and garnering high ratings, Mendoza was asked to cease publication of the Observer due to various rules and regulations from Paramount Pictures.

 

Historical Note

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

American television in the mid-1960s, reflecting both the international tensions of the Cold War and the strong popularity of the James Bond film series, experienced a slew of shows related to the mysterious cloak-and-dagger work of spies. One of the earliest of these, and one of the most enduring, was The Man From U.N.C.L.E.. The show premiered on September 22, 1964, and over most of the next four seasons - through 105 episodes and 8 movies (mostly derived from existing episodes) - enjoyed immense popularity and a dedicated cadre of fans. The show continues to thrive as a cult classic, and has the reputation of being of one the more influential spy shows on television.

U.N.C.L.E. was the brainchild primarily of three men: Norman Felton, Ian Fleming, and Sam Rolfe. Television producer and director Norman Felton decided in 1962 to get away from the more traditional dramas with which he had been associated, and, as he put it "travel a new road that would lead to a series of fun and adventure." Felton thought that perhaps a spy thriller series (in the spirit of John Buchan or Graham Greene) would be an exciting idea. He met with author Ian Fleming (the creator of James Bond and himself a former intelligence operative) to consult on the potential project. Fleming created a general outline for the show, providing two main characters, spy Napoleon Solo and his 'secretary' April Dancer. In the end, Fleming had to pull out of the project (now called "Solo") due to contractual obligations, and most of his creative contributions were dropped, save the names of his characters (which Felton confessed later to believing "unusable and too exotic.")

Felton brought in fellow producer Sam Rolfe to help him develop the show, and the two men truly brought The Man From U.N.C.L.E. into being. Rolfe fleshed out the character of Solo, invented the concept of the U.N.C.L.E. organization and the fictional world surrounding it, and wrote the pilot episode, "The Vulcan Affair". Although Rolfe left the show after the first season, his stamp on the show is clear.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. chronicles the adventures of two secret agents - American Napoleon Solo (played by Robert Vaughn) and Russian Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum). The two are operatives for U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law Enforcement), a worldwide secret organization dedicated to peace and order. Rolfe specifically designed U.N.C.L.E. as an international body free of ties to any one government but instead devoted to the interests of all nations and all peoples - this was reflected in the show's partnering of an American and a Soviet citizen, who in the real world of the Cold War would be ideological opposites. Solo and Kuryakin travel the world in the course of their activities, though U.N.C.L.E. itself is headquartered in a secret fortress (hidden behind a series of brownstones) in New York City. The two men, along with all other U.N.C.L.E. agents, are supervised by agency head Alexander Waverly (Leo G. Carroll).

[Despite the "UN" in the name, and its headquarters' proximity to the real-life United Nations, Rolfe was adamant that U.N.C.L.E. was not in any way connected to the United Nations. This did not stop rabid fans throughout the show's run from bombarding the UN with inquiries about joining U.N.C.L.E.]

In the course of the show, Solo, Kuryakin, and their colleagues face a number of adversaries. However, U.N.C.L.E.'s archenemy throughout the series is a group called Thrush. Thrush is an evil, shadowy organization devoted, unsurprisingly enough, to world domination.

The show debuted in 1964 and was almost immediately embraced by the general public. Audiences enjoyed the adventures, the tongue-in-cheek humor (which became much more prominent in seasons 2-4, to the point where it almost became a spoof of itself; this change in mood produced a backlash among many fans and resulted in the show's declining popularity by its fourth season), and the entertaining implausibility of it all. Many fans, particularly female fans, were drawn to the character of Illya Kuryakin. Kuryakin was exotic, enigmatic, and emotionally complex, a contrast to his more traditionally suave and urbane partner Napoleon Solo. Fans responded to the depth of Kuryakin's character, and their enthusiasm made McCallum into a major international celebrity.

The popularity of the show inspired a brief spinoff in 1966: The Girl From U.N.C.L.E., starring Stefanie Powers as American U.N.C.L.E. agent April Dancer. It was not well-received and was cancelled after one season. Both series inspired a flurry of associated merchandise, including novels, comic books, buttons, games, toy guns and pen radios, among many others. [Many of these items are represented in the collection.] This type of cross-merchandising, now common for hit or cult television shows, was fairly unusual for the time. The Man From U.N.C.L.E. predates by two years Star Trek as perhaps the first television show to develop a passionate, organized adult fan base.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. ended its television run on January 15, 1968.

 

Related Materials

FELTON, NORMAN, 1913-.Papers of Norman Felton, 1937-1974, 63 linear ft. (143 boxes and one oversized drawer).
British born American television producer and director. Correspondence, clippings, photographs, notebooks, binders. MsC265. (Finding Aid). See also Felton's biographical essay, "Best of Luck: The Education of Norman Felton".

LEACH, LAURA. Laura Leach Collection of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Fanzines and Related Materials. 6.5 ft.

Collection of fanzines (primarily fan fiction) and other materials, including episode scripts, devoted to the 1960s cult television show The Man From U.N.C.L.E.. MsC 910. (Finding Aid)



Box Contents List

Series I: Correspondence

Box 1

Correspondence (1981 - 1985) [includes letter from The Man From U.N.C.L.E. co-creator Sam Rolfe, June 29, 1983]

Correspondence (1986 - 1994) [includes letters from The Man From U.N.C.L.E. co-creator Norman Felton, February 1, 1994 and May 31, 1994]

Correspondence (1995 - 2004, n.d.) [includes letter from Felton, July 27, 1998]

Correspondence: David McCallum (1986 - 1997, 2004 - 2005)

 

Series II: Assorted Man From U.N.C.L.E./David McCallum-Related Material

Box 1

An U.N.C.L.E. Bibliography. U.N.C.L.E. Northwest, Liverpool, England

Filmographies for David McCallum, various dates

The Final Affair (David McDaniel) [Photocopied Typescript of Novel, n.d.]

Folder with U.N.C.L.E. Logo, n.d.

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Equipment Manual (Marx Toys) [Photocopy, n.d.]

“The House on Breckenridge Lane” (Music and Lyrics, 1966) [Sung by McCallum]

Interviews with McCallum – Fragments, 1985, n.d.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Episode Capsules in TV Guide (1964-1967) [Photocopy]

Notes and early Writer’s Guide for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1963-1964) [Photocopy]

U.N.C.L.E. Organizational and Technical Manual [Glenn A. Magee, auth.] (1982)

Additional Material

Press Material for U.N.C.L.E. Films (1966, 1968) [LOCATED IN MISCELLANEOUS BOX 1]

 

Series III: Fan Club Material

Box 1

The McCallum Observer [Mendoza's Fan Club for David McCallum]

Ads for the Observer (1991, n.d.)

David McCallum Calendar (1990 - 2 copies, 1993)

Fact and Reference Pamphlet (1985, 2000 - 2001)

The McCallum Observer issue #2 - Proof (1985?)

The McCallum Observer issue #11 (June 1987), #71 (Winter 1999), #86 (Fall 2003 - autographed by McCallum)

The McCallum Observer issue #83 (2002) - Materials used in assembling issue

Membership Cards (n.d.)

Membership "Kits"? (n.d.)

Membership Lists (1983, n.d.)

Miscellaneous Observer Materials (1985 - 1986, 1992 - 1993, 1998 - 2000, n.d.)

Other Fan Club Material:

Fan-Tastic: The Definitive Fan Club Guide [Film Fax Special #3, n.d.]

File Forty [The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Newsletter from Craig Henderson] #1 - 9 (November 1970 - August/September 1974)

For Your Eyes Only [The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Newsletter from Craig Henderson] #1 - 2 (August - September 1973), #20-- 23 (July/August 1976 - July/August 1978)

LBFA [Official Landau-Bain Fan Association]: Membership Card and Photo of Barbara Bain (n.d.)

Martin Landau Aficionados: Newsletter #40/41 (October/December 1999) and Membership Card

National Association of Fan Clubs: The Fan Club Monitor #24 (November 1983), #37 (February 1987), #42 (May 1988)

U.N.C.L.E. HQ [The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Fan Club; Lynda Mendoza, Secretary]

Miscellaneous (1989, n.d.)

Monthly Operations Report #1 - 35/36 (January 1976 - October/November 1979)

Box 2

U.N.C.L.E. HQ [The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Fan Club; Lynda Mendoza, Secretary]

Monthly Operations Report #37/38 - 65/66 (December 1979/January 1980 - June/July 1982)

Monthly Operations Report #69/70 - 89/90 (October/November 1982 - June/July 1984)

Newsletter #93/94 - 129/130 (October/November 1985 - December 1988?)

Newsletter #131/132 - 165/166 (1989 - 1992?)

Newsletter #167/168 - 197/198 (1992 - 1996?)

Newsletter #201/202 (1996?0, #209/210 (2000?)

Spycon Conventions #1 (1983), #3 (1985), #8 (1992) - Miscellaneous Materials

Spycon Conventions #1 (1983) and #3(1985) - Photo Album

Box 3

U.N.C.L.E. HQ [The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Fan Club; Lynda Mendoza, Secretary]

Yearbook (1976 - 1985)

U.N.C.L.E. Inner Circle:Top Secret Journal (1968?), Top Secret Manual (1967?)

 

Series IV: Non-Man From U.N.C.L.E. Productions by McCallum

Box 1

Robbery Under Arms (1957)
The Secret Place (1957)
Violent Playground (1958)
Jungle Street Girls (1961)
The Long and The Short and The Tall (aka Jungle Fighters) (1961)
Billy Budd (1962)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
The Big TNT Show (1965)
Around The World Under The Sea (1966)
Three Bites of the Apple (1967)
Sol Madrid (1968)
Mosquito Squadron (1969)
The Ravine (1969)
Teacher, Teacher (TV, 1969)
Colditz (TV, 1972-1974)
She Waits (1972)
The Invisible Man (TV, 1975-1976)
Dogs (1976)
Hauser’s Memory (1970)
King Solomon’s Treasure (Swedish: Kong Salomon’s Skatte] (1977)
Kidnapped (1978)

Box 2

Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)
The Watcher In The Woods (1980)
92 Grosvenor Street (aka Behind Enemy Lines) (TV, 1985)
Terminal Choice (1985)
The Wind (1987)
Freedom Fighter (TV, 1988)
The Man Who Lived At The Ritz (1988)
Monsters: “The Feverman” (1988)
Mother Love (TV, 1989)
Hear My Song (1991 – press book autographed by McCallum)
Dirty Weekend (1993)
Shattered Image
(1994)
The Darkening (Video Game, 1996)
VR.5
(TV, 1995-1997)
Pentecost Alley (Novel by Anne Perry, Audiobook read by McCallum) (1996)
Cherry (1999)
The Education of Max Bickford (TV, 2001-2002)

 

Series V: Theater Work by McCallum

Box 1

Alfie [St. Charles, IL, 1971]: Program

Amadeus [Los Angeles and New York, 1999 - 2000]: Autographed Book of Play, 1993 (autographed by McCallum)

Amadeus [Los Angeles and New York, 1999 - 2000]: Autographed Materials (2 folders, autographed by McCallum)

Amadeus [Los Angeles and New York, 1999 - 2000]: Various Materials

Angel Street [Ogunquit, ME and Westport, CT, 1996]: Autographed Program (autographed by McCallum)

Angel Street [Ogunquit, ME and Westport, CT, 1996]: Various Materials

Antigone (by Jean Anouilh) [British Television Play, n.d.]: Copy of Play (1964)

Byrd's Boys [New York, NY, 2001]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Byrd's Boys [New York, NY, 2001]: Various Materials

California Suite [New York, NY, 1977]: Programs

Camelot [Lincolnshire, IL, 1979]: Program

Comedians [New York, NY, 2003]: Program

Communicating Doors [New York, NY, 1998]: Autographed Book of Play, 1995 (autographed by McCallum)

Communicating Doors [New York, NY, 1998]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Communicating Doors [New York, NY, 1998]: Various Materials

Deathtrap [Birmingham, MI, 1982]: Program

Equus [Kansas City, MO, 1986]: Autographed Book of Play, 1973 (autographed by McCallum)

Equus [Kansas City, MO, 1986]: Various Materials

Box 2

Ghosts [New York, NY, 1988]: Various Materials

The Hunting of the Snark [London, 1991]: Various Materials

Julius Caesar [Central Park, New York, NY, 2000]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Julius Caesar [Central Park, New York, NY, 2000]: Book of Play, 1981

Julius Caesar [Central Park, New York, NY, 2000]: Various Materials

The Lion in Winter [Bromley and Chicester, United Kingdom, 1994]: Various Materials

The Mousetrap [Chicago, IL and Millburn, NJ, 1976 - 1977]: Autographed Programs (autographed by McCallum)

Nasty Little Secrets [New York, NY, 1998): Book of Play, 1985

The Philanthropist [New York, NY, 1983]: Autographed Programs (autographed by McCallum)

The Philanthropist [New York, NY, 1983]: Various Materials

Run For Your Wife [United States, United Kingdom and Australia, 1985 - 1987]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Run For Your Wife [United States, United Kingdom and Australia, 1985 - 1987]: Book of Play, 1984

Box 3

Run For Your Wife [United States, United Kingdom and Australia, 1985 - 1987]: Various Materials

Stage Struck [Calgary, AB, Canada, 1984]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Stage Struck [Calgary, AB, Canada, 1984]: Program

Time and Again [New York, NY, 2001]: Autographed Materials (autographed by McCallum)

Time and Again [New York, NY, 2001]: Various Materials

The Tragedy of Salome [San Antonio, TX, 1983]: Program

 

Series VI: Scripts from McCallum-Featured Productions

Box 1

Hart To Hart [TV] - "Hunted Harts" (1982)

The Haunting of Morella (2nd draft, 1989)

The Invisible Man [TV] - "The Klae Resource", "The Fine Art of Diplomacy" (1975)

The Invisible Man [TV] - "Man of Influence", "Turnabout" (original version of "Man of Influence") (1975)

The Invisible Man [TV] - "Barnard Wants Out", "Blind Girl" (retitled as "Sight Unseen") (1975)

The Invisible Man [TV] - "Go Directly To Jail", "Stop When Red Lights Flash" (1975)

The Invisible Man [TV] - "Pin Money", "An Attempt To Save Face" (1975)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Vulcan Affair" (1963)

Box 2

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Double Affair", "The Himalayan Affair" (1964)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Cotton Candy Affair" (1965)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Malthusian Affair" [Rewrite, 1977 - Unproduced screenplay for U.N.C.L.E. reunion movie]

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - The 15 Years Later Affair [Revised 1st draft, 1982]

The Master [TV] - "Hostages" (1984)

Matlock [TV] - "The Billionaire" (1987) [Autographed by series stars Andy Griffith and Nancy Stafford]

92 Grosvenor Street [retitled Behind Enemy Lines, TV]  (1985)

The Outer Limits [TV] - "The Sixth Finger" (1983)

Strike Force [TV] - "Ice" [1st draft, 1981]

Unknown Television Show - "Stagefright" (1985)

 

Series VII: Clippings File

Box 1

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Folder  1)
McCallum, David (Folder  1)
Vaughn, Robert

Box 2

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Folders 2-3)
McCallum, David (Folder 2)
McCallum, David: Autographed Materials

Box 3

Amadeus (Theater, 1999-2000)
Angel Street (Theater, 1996)
Around The World Under The Sea (1966)
As The World Turns (TV – McCallum Appearances, 1983)
Behind Enemy Lines (aka 92 Grosvenor Street) (1985)
The Big TNT Show (1966)
Cluedo (TV, 1991)
Comedians (Theater, 2003)
Dirty Weekend (1993)
Frankenstein: The True Story (TV, 1973)
Freedom Fighter (TV, 1988)
The Haunting of Morella (1990)
Hear My Song (1992)
The Haunting of the Snark (Theater, 1991)
The Invisible Man (TV, 1975-1976)
Ireland, Jill
Julius Caesar (Theater, 2000)
Jungle Street Girls (1961)
Kidnapped (TV, 1978)
The Lion In Winter (Theater, 1994)
The Man Who Lived At The Ritz (TV, 1991)
McCallum Productions, Other Assorted: A-V
Mother Love (TV, 1989)
NCIS (TV, 2003-present)
NCIS: Autographed Materials (TV, 2003-present) (autographed by McCallum)
The Outer Limits (TV – McCallum Appearances, 1963-1964, 1997)
The Philanthropist (Theater, 1983)
Pika (Theater, 1983)
Robbery Under Arms (1957)
Run For Your Wife (Theater, 1985-1987)
Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)

Box 4

Sol Madrid (1968)
Spies (General)
Stage Struck (Theater, 1984)
Teacher, Teacher (TV, 1969)
Three Bites of the Apple (1966)
The Tragedy of Salome (Theater, 1983)
Trainer (TV, 1991-1992)
VR.5 (TV, 1995-1997)

 

Series VIII: Scrapbooks

Boxes 1 - 2

David McCallum: Various

Box 3

David McCallum: Various, especially McCallum's love/personal life

Box 4

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: Images from Individual Episodes

Box 5

David McCallum: Personal life

 

Series IX: Books, Magazines and Related Materials

Box 1

The Man From U.N.C.L.E./The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Paperbacks

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Ace Books)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. #1 (Michael Avallone, 1965)
#2: The Doomsday Affair (Harry Whittington, 1965)
#3: The Copenhagen Affair (John Oram, 1965)
#4: The Dagger Affair (David McDaniel, 1965)
#5: The Mad Scientist Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1966)
#6: The Vampire Affair (David McDaniel, 1966)
#7: The Radioactive Camel Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)
#8: The Monster Wheel Affair (David McDaniel, 1967)
#9: The Diving Dames Affair (Peter Leslie, 1967)
#10: The Assassination Affair (J. Hunter Holly, 1967)
#11: The Invisibility Affair (Thomas Stratton, 1967)
#12: The Mind-Twisters Affair (Thomas Stratton, 1967)
#13: The Rainbow Affair (David McDaniel, 1967)
#14: The Cross of Gold Affair (Fredric Davies, 1968)
#15: The Utopia Affair (David McDaniel, 1968)
#16: The Splintered Sunglasses Affair (Peter Leslie, 1968)
#17: The Hollow Crown Affair (David McDaniel, 1969)
#18: The Unfair Fare Affair (Peter Leslie, 1968)
#19: The Power Cube Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1968)
#20: The Corfu Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1967)
#21: The Thinking Machine Affair (Joel Bernard, 1967)
#22: The Stone-Cold Dead in the Market Affair (John Oram, 1966)
#23: The Finger in the Sky Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Whitman Publishing Company)

The Affair of the Gentle Saboteur (Brandon Keith, 1966) – 2 copies
The Affair of the Gunrunners’ Gold (Brandon Keith, 1967)
Big Little Books: The Calcutta Affair (George S. Elrick, 1967)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Wonder Books)

The Coin of El Diablo Affair (1965)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Signet Books)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’s ABC of Espionage (John Hill, 1966)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Souvenir Press/Four Square Books)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. #1 (Michael Avallone, 1965) – 2 copies
#2: The Doomsday Affair (Harry Whittington, 1965)
#3: The Copenhagen Affair (John Oram, 1965) – 2 copies, 1 with cover autographed by David McCallum
#4: The Stone-Cold Dead in the Market Affair (John Oram, 1966)
#5: The Finger in the Sky Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)
#6: The Dagger Affair (David McDaniel, 1965)
#7: The Radioactive Camel Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)
#8: The Mad Scientist Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1966)
#9: The Vampire Affair (David McDaniel, 1966)
#10: The Diving Dames Affair (Peter Leslie, 1967)
#11: The Thinking Machine Affair (Joel Bernard, 1967)
#12: The Monster Wheel Affair (David McDaniel, 1967)
#13: The Corfu Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1967)
#14: The Splintered Sunglasses Affair (Peter Leslie, 1968)
#15: The Power Cube Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1968)
#16: The Unfair Fare Affair (Peter Leslie, 1968)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. ABC of Espionage (John Hill, 1966)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Hayakawa Books, Japan)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. #1 (Michael Avallone, 1965)
#2: The Doomsday Affair (Harry Whittington, 1965)
#3: The Copenhagen Affair (John Oram, 1965)
#4: The Stone-Cold Dead in the Market Affair (John Oram, 1966)
#5: The Dagger Affair (David McDaniel, 1965)
#6: The Mad Scientist Affair (John T. Phillifent, 1966)
#7: The Radioactive Camel Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)
#9: The Monster Wheel Affair (David McDaniel, 1967)
#10: The Finger in the Sky Affair (Peter Leslie, 1966)

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (Signet Books)

The Birds of a Feather Affair (Michael Avallone, 1966)
#2: The Blazing Affair (Michael Avallone, 1966)

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (Souvenir Press/Four Square Books)

#1: The Global Globules Affair (Simon Latter, 1967)
#2: The Birds of a Feather Affair (Michael Avallone, 1966)
#3: The Golden Boats of Taradata Affair (Simon Latter, 1967)
#4 The Cornish Pixie Affair (Peter Leslie, 1967)

The U.N.C.L.E. Files (New Media Books)

The Earliest Days (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, n.d.)
The Show Takes Off (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, 1985)
Deadly Games (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, 1985)
The Affair Continues (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, 1985)
The Second Year (John Peel and Gleen A. Magee, 1985)
The Third Year (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, 1985)
Uncle Off-Broadway (John Peel and Glenn A. Magee, 1986)
Take Me To Your Leader (John Peel, 1986)
Pieces of Fate (John Peel, 1986)
The Man From THRUSH (John Peel, 1985)
The Deadly Quest (John Peel, 1986)
The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Parts 1-2 (John Peel, 1985)
The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.: The End of the Affair (John Peel, 1985)
15 Yrs Later Affair (John Peel, 1986)
The U.N.C.L.E. Technical Manual, vol. 2: Communications and Weaponry (Glenn A. Magee, 1986)

Box 2

The Man From U.N.C.L.E./The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Magazines

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. World Adventure Library (Comic Magazine)

#1: The Ten Little Uncles’ Affair
#2: The Three Blind Mice Affair
#3: The Pixilated Puzzle Affair
#4: The Floating People Affair
#5: The Target Blue Affair
#6: The Hong Kong Affair
#7: The Shufti Peanuts Affair
#8: The Assassins Affair
#9: The Magic Carpet Affair
#10: The Mad, Mad, Mad Affair
#11: The Big Bazoom Affair
#12: The Hot Line Affair
#13: The Two-Face Affair
#14: The Humpty Dumpty Affair

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Magazine (Leo Margulies Corp.)

Issue #1 (December 1966)
Issue #2 (February 1967)
Issue #3 (April 1967)
Issue #4 (June 1967)
Issue #5 (August 1967)
Issue #6 (October 1967)
Volume 2, Issue #1 (December 1967)

Coloring Books

Watkins –Strathmore Co.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1965)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: Crush Thrush Affair (1965)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Magic Carpet Affair (1965)

Whitman Publishing Company

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1967)

Box 3

Other McCallum Productions – Paperback Books: Originals and Novelizations

Television Appearances

Escape from Colditz (P.R. Reid, Berkley Medallion Books, 1952)
The Invisible Man
(Michael Jahn, Fawcett Books, 1975)
Sapphire and Steel (Peter J. Hammond, W.H. Allen and Co., 1979)
The Six Million Dollar Man #1: Wine, Women and War (Michael Jahn, Warner Paperback Library, 1975)
Trainer (John Pennington, Pan Books, 1991)

Movie Appearances

Dirty Weekend (Helen Zahavi, Flamingo , 1991) – Autographed by McCallum
Frankenstein: The True Story (Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy, Avon Books, 1973)
Fruit of the Poppy [filmed as Sol Madrid] (Robert Wilder, Bantam Books, 1965)
The Great Escape (Paul Brickhill, Crest Books, 1950)
The Greatest Story Ever Told: A Film by George Stevens (Movie promo book, 1965)
Hauser’s Memory (Curt Siodmak, Putnam, 1968)
Kidnapped (Robert Louis Stevenson, Look-in Books, edition published 1979)
A Night To Remember (Walter Lord, Bantam Books, 1955)
She Waits (Henry Clement, Popular Library, 1975)
Three Bites of the Apple (George Wells, Popular Library, 1967)
The Watcher in the Woods (Florence Engel Randall, Scholastic Books, 1980)

Other McCallum-Related Books

Alfie (Bill Naughton, Ballantine Books, 1966)
Charles Bronson Superstar (Steven Whitney, Dell Books, 1975)
Illya: That Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Iris-Marie Broussard, Pocket Books, 1966)
Past Imperfect: An Autobiography (Joan Collins, Berkley Books, 1985)
Success Tips From Young Celebrities (Dena Reed, Grosset and Dunlap, 1967)

Hardcover Man From U.N.C.L.E. Books

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Annual (World Distributors)

Annual for 1966
Annual for 1967
Annual for 1968
Annual for 1969

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Annual for 1968

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Television Picture Story Book (P.B.S. Limited)

Story Book for 1967
Story Book for 1968

Other Books

Bond and Beyond: 007 and Other Special Agents (Tom Soter, Image Publishing, 1993)
The Great TV & Movie Quiz (Ian Gurvitz, Prestige Books, 1980)
Look-In Television Annual (Independent Television Books, 1980)
The Movie Treasury: Horror Movies – Tales of Terror in the Cinema (Alan G. Frank, Octopus Books, 1974)
Robots: Starlog Photo Guidebook (Robert M. Hefley with Howard Zimmerman, Starlog Press, 1979)
Sapphire and Steel Annual for 1981
Star Album: 1964-65 Souvenir Guide to Television’s Finest Schedule of Entertainment, News, Information and Sports (NBC-TV, 1964)
TV Tornado Annual (World Distributors, n.d.)
TV Who’s Who 1980 (Japanese?, 1980)

Box 4

Fan Magazines [unless otherwise noted, all articles are on McCallum and/or The Man From U.N.C.L.E.]

ABC Film Review, vol. 16 #7 (July 1966); vol. 17 #2 (February 1967); vol. 18 #4 (April 1968)

The Beatles Film (1964)

Big Reel: The Magazine for the Movie Collector #126 (November 1984); #138 (November 1985)

Bravo-bazar #29 (July 10, 1967) [German]

Castle of Frankenstein #8 (1966)

Cult TV, Season 2/Episode 3 (March 1998) – Article on McCallum autographed by McCallum

Daredevils #1 – 3 (November 1983-January 1984)

Daredevils #4 – 6 (February-April 1984)

Daredevils #7 – 9 (May-July 1984)

Daredevils #10 – 12 (August-October 1984)

Daredevils #13 – 15 (November 1984-May 1985)

The Dossier #4 (1982)

Ecran: Revista Internacional de Cine y Television #1903 (July 25, 1967) [Chilean?]

Enterprise Incidents Presents: The James Bond Dossier (1983 or 1984?)

Fantasy Empire Limited #1- 2 (April-June 1984)

Films and Filming, vol. 4 #4 (January 1958) [article on Violent Playground]

Films in Focus, vol. 2 #4: Special James Bond Issue (1983)

Guns Magazine (August 1983)

Hollywood Club V: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1994?) [Japanese]

Illya Kuryakin/Napoleon Solo: The Stars From U.N.C.L.E. (Top Sellers, Ltd., 1965?) – with button included

Intergalactic News #1 (Summer 1983)

Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 21 #4 (Winter 1994)

Journal of Popular Film and Television (Fall 2000 – article on U.N.C.L.E. fandom copied from Web)

McCallum-Vaughn: The Stars from U.N.C.L.E. (Ideal Publishing, 1965)

McCallum and Vaughn (1965)

Movie Life, vol. 13 #9 (March 1959) [article on Violent Playground]

Movie News, vol. 2 #9 (September 1966)

Movie Teen Illustrated, vol. 8 #1 (July 1967)

Nostalgia World #23 (Fall 1983)

Photoplay (May 1966)

Picturegoer (April 12, 1958)

Picture Show (November 9, 1957) [article on Robbery Under Arms]

Primetime #8 (Spring 1984)

Record Songbook, no issue #, n.d. (1960s)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #7 (December 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #1 – 3 (June-August 1965)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #4 (September 1965)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #5 (October 1965)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #6 (November 1965)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #7 (December 1965)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #9 (February 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #10 (March 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #11 (April 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 7 #12 (May 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #1 (June 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #2 (July 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #4 (September 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #5 (October 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #6 (November 1966)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #8 (January 1967)

16 Magazine, vol. 8 #9 (February 1967)

16 Magazine Spectacular (Summer 1965)

16 Magazine Spectacular (Summer 1966)

16 Magazine Spectacular (Winter 1966)

16 Magazine Spectacular (Winter 1967)

Skin Diver Magazine, vol. 15 #4 (April 1966) [article on Around The World Under The Sea]

Sound Stage #3 (May 1965)

Star Cine Vaillance #45: Arme A La Main [Robbery Under Arms] (June 1963) [French]

Star Tech: Science Fiction Collectable Catalog (May/October 1991)

Starburst #278 (October 2001) – Article on Sapphire and Steel autographed by McCallum

Starlog #241 (August 1997) – Article on revived Outer Limits autographed by McCallum

Starlog #247 (February 1998) – Article on McCallum autographed by McCallum

The Teen Set (November 1965; Summer 1967)

Tele Guia #2 (May 5, 1967) [Chilean]

Tele Guia #60 (July 5, 1968) [Chilean]

Television Age #7 (July 1973) [Japanese]

Time Screen: The Magazine of British Telefantasy #4 (Summer 1989) [article on Sapphire and Steel]

Top Secret #1 (August 1985), #3 (April 1986)

Topps Fan Magazines #2: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Winter 1965)

TV Channels: Detroit Free Press Weekly TV Magazine (February 12 – 18, 1967)

TV Guide (September 19, 1964; October 4, 1964)

TV Guide (March 19, 1966; November 5, 1966)

Box 5

TV Search #2 (March 1982); #5 (1982); #11 (1983); #15 (1984)

TV Search #17 (Nov/Dec 1984); #21 (July/August 1985); #27 – 28 (1987)

TV Town Collector’s Edition #2 (1965?)

Who’s Who In Movies #2 (1966)

Additional Material [LOCATED IN MISCELLANEOUS BOX 1]

Weekend And Today #3164 (October 13 - 19, 1966); #3171 (December 1 - 7, 1966); #3248 (May 24 - 30, 1967)

Zines

The Kuryakin File (1983) [Jean Graham, ed.]

Metaluna #1/2 (1984); #18 (August 1987); Special on The Outer Limits (n.d.)

The Network #1 – 3 (May-November 1984) [Jay Felton, ed.]

The Network #70 – 73 (November 2001-August 2002) [Jacqueline van de Poll, ed.]

The Network #75 (February 2003); #78 (November 2003); #81 (August 2004) [Darryl Ransom, ed.]

The Turn of The Cards Affair (1983) [Carolyn G. Lynn, auth.]

U Is For U.N.C.L.E. (1983) [Charlene Kirby, auth.]

The U.N.C.L.E. Special (April 1983) [Susan Cole, ed.]

Waverly Papers II (1984) [Laurie Keeper, ed.]

The Wolves and The Lambs Affair (J. Hunter Holly, auth., 1977)/The Final Affair (Paula Block, auth., 1978)

Box 6

Comic Books

World Distributors: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Comic Album #1 (1967)

Gold Key Comics: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Issues #1 – 3 (1965)

Issues #4 – 6 (January-May 1966)

Issues #7 – 9 (July-November 1966)

Issues #10 – 12 (January-May 1967)

Issues #13 – 14 (July-September 1967)

Issues #15 – 17 (November 1967-March 1968)

Issues #18 – 20 (May-October 1968)

Issues #21 – 22 (January-April 1969)

Gold Key Comics: The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.

Issues #1 - 3 (1966-June 1967)

Issues #4 (August 1967, 2 copies); #5 (October 1967)

Other Comics

Japanese Manga: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in Istanbul (1990)

Swedish Comic Book: Napoleon Solo: Mannen Fran U.N.C.L.E. #15 (1969)

Dell Publishing: Around The World Under The Sea (1966)

E.C. Publications: Mad Magazine #96 (July 1965)

 

Series X: Realia

T-Shirts

Box 1

U.N.C.L.E. with UNCLE logo (2 shirts, yellow)

David McCallum (1 shirt, blue)

Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. (2 shirts, one orange, one white with logo and “The 15 Years Later Affair” added)

Spycon ? (1 shirt with images of famed TV/movie spies, black)

Box 2

Spycon 1 (1 shirt, grey)

Spycon 2 (1 shirt, yellow)

Snark (theater production w/McCallum) (1 shirt, blue)

Communicating Doors (theater production w/McCallum) (1 shirt, white, autographed by McCallum)

Other Realia

Box 3

Tray 1

Buttons and Pins

McCallum as Ilya: 4 different buttons

Robert Vaughn as Solo: 1 button

McCallum as Ilya caricature: 1 button

McCallum (symbol of McCallum Observer): 1 button

U.N.C.L.E. logo:  5 different buttons

U.N.C.L.E. ID Badge: 1 button

Anti-THRUSH Button: 1 button

Downers Grove Heritage Fest button: 1 button

Miscellaneous Realia

Keychain: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Tray 2

Buttons and Pins

The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.: 1 button

“Illya” (sic): 1 button

“Long Live The Beatles” Fan Club Button: 1 button

Ballpoint Pen:  Embossed with “Open Channel D – U.N.C.L.E. HQ”

Mobile Phone Indicator Pen: Embossed with U.N.C.L.E. logo

ID Booklet Labelled “U.N.C.L.E. HQ Britain”: Included with sticky labels (“Property of U.N.C.L.E.: Top Secret” – 1 label; “Mr. Waverly is the Perfect U.N.C.L.E” – 5 labels; “I’m A Fan from U.N.C.L.E.”  - 5 labels; “Support Your Local U.N.C.L.E. Agent” – 5 labels; “Open Channel D” – 5 labels; “U.N.C.L.E. Is Alive and Well 15 Years Later” – 5 labels)

Movie Printing Plates:  Around The World Under The Sea; Sol Madrid; Three Bites Of The Apple 

Hologram Rings: Solo/Solo, Kuryakin and Waverly – 2 rings

Tray 3

Souvenir Movie Cards: One Spy Too Many (ABC Cinema, 1966): 2 cards

Viewmaster Slides:

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. “The Very Important Zombie Affair” (1966) – No story booklet included

S.W.A.T.: “Silent Night, Deadly Night” (1975)

Novelty Pencil (Syringe) from Terminal Choice (1985)

Box 4

Publicity Prop for Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1984): Cardboard Pistol (3 copies)

Sleeves for VHS Copies of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Episodes, volumes 9-16 (1992); Sleeve for Audio Book of Edvard Radzinsky’s The Last Tsar (read by McCallum)

Bumper Stickers: “I’m A Fan from U.N.C.L.E.”; “Happiness Is…A McCallum Observer”

Box 5

Box for Official Man From U.N.C.L.E. Ilya Kuryakin Costume and Mask (Halco, n.d.)

Box 6

Rubber “Puppet” of McCallum as Ilya, n.d.

Box 7

Needlework: McCallum (Symbol of McCallum Observer): Stitched by Jean Gamion(?), 1988

Box 8

Large Postcard Photo of McCallum as Ilya (1967)

Notepaper: One pad with U.N.C.L.E. logo; One pad with McCallum Observer logo; Pieces of notepaper with McCallum; with Robert Vaughn; and with McCallum and Vaughn

Stationary and Envelopes:  With Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The 15 Years Later Affair Logo (from Michael Sloan Productions)

U.N.C.L.E. “Identification Cards” (n.d.)

Games and Cards

Box 9

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Board Game (1965)

Box 10

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Card Game (1965)

Illya Kuryakin Card Game (1966)

Box 11

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Playing Cards (1965)

Pocket Trivia: The 50s and 60s Game (1984)

Baseball card-style Photo Cards of McCallum (Issued for McCallum Observer by Big League Cards, 1985-1997)

Bubblegum Cards (Pin-up) of U.N.C.L.E. Agents (Scanlen 72-card set, 1960s?):
2 sets – 1st set missing #3-4, 11, 13, 15-16, 18-19, 21-24, 26,28,30-31, 33, 35, 37-38, 40, 43, 45, 50, 52, 57-58, 62, 64, 66-67, 69 , 71
2nd set missing #19, 23, 26, 35, 43, 50, 55, 62, 67, 69, 71

Cadet Sweets U.N.C.L.E. Cards (50 card set, 1966): 1 set of 50 cards

Bubblegum Cards of Various U.N.C.L.E. Gadgets: 25 cards, n.d.: publisher unknown

Bubblegum Cards (Pin-up) (T.C.G., 1965): Incomplete set

Bubblegum Cards (Pin-up) (A &BC, n.d.): Incomplete set

Baseball card-style Photo Cards of Martin Landau and Barbara Bain (Issued for Landau-Bain Fan Association by Big League Cards, 1984-1985)

Additional Material

Cardboard Displays [LOCATED IN MISCELLANEOUS BOX 1]

Photo Still from Run For Your Wife! (n.d., signed by McCallum)

Group Photo of Organizers of Spycon 3 (including Mendoza, 1985)

Store display for McCallum’s album McCallum (1968)

 

Series XI: Audio and Video Recordings

Box 1

McCallum Productions: Cassettes and Compact Discs

Music from The Man From U.N.C.L.E. , 1965 (RCA magnetic tape)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  – Compilation, 1994 (EMI compact disc) 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (The Original Soundtrack Affair), 1997 (BMG compact disc) 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Original Television Soundtrack, 2003 (FSM Silver Age Classics – 2 compact discs)

Music: It’s Happening Now! (McCallum instrumental album), n.d. (Capitol, 8-track cartridge) 

Open Channel D: David McCallum Sings, Arranges and Conducts Personal Impressions, 1966 (EMI compact disc)

Amadeus, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, performed by Academy of St. Martin’s in the Fields – Official Companion CD to the Broadway Production, 2000 (Decca compact disc)

Beethoven: Ordeal and Triumph, ABC-TV, 1966: McCallum as voice of Beethoven – 1 cassette tape, home recording

Kidnapped Soundtrack , 1979 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

Run For Your Life (Stage production), February 1, 1986 – 1 cassette tape, bootleg recording made during show 

The Titanic Chronicle: The 1912 Senate Investigation Into the Titanic Disaster, Hosted by David McCallum, 1999 (Compact disc)

Trainer: Music from the BBC-TV Drama Series, 1991 (EMI compact disc)

Other TV-Related Recordings

ER: Original Television Theme Music and Score, 1996 (Atlantic compact disc)

Television’s Greatest Themes: Cable Ready, 1996 (TVT Records compact disc)

TV Themes, n.d. (Stage and Screen Productions audio cassette)

The Fifteen Years Later Affair (1983) – 1 cassette tape, home recording  of CBS-TV broadcast

Interviews

McCallum: WCFU Interview, April 4, 1983 – 2 copies on cassette tape, home recordings

McCallum: Interview in Chicago by Jonathan Brandmeier, October 19, 1983 – 2 copies on cassette tape, 1 copy on reel tape - home recording

McCallum: Interview at Boss Tweed Restaurant (Westport, CT), August 6, 1985 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on “Original Soundtracks” Show, October 16, 1986 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on the “Today Show” (Australia), February 1987 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Australian radio interview, March 1987 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: WKQX-FM 101 Interview, March 24, 1988 – 2 copies on cassette tape, home recordings

McCallum: Interview (TV?) by Sapphire and Steel co-star Joanna Lumley, 1989? – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: CBS Radio interview by Bob Keeshan on “Kidnapped”, children’s reading and TV habits, late 1980s? – 2 copies on cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on “Midweek” (Radio 4). September 25, 1991 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on “Fresh Air” (NPR), February 1992 – 2 copies on cassette tape, home recording

McCallum:  Interview with Robert Vaughn on “The Howard Stern Show”, February 19, 1992 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on “Pebble Mill” (BBC), April 1994 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Radio interview by Nicky Campbell, April 1994 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview with Sian Philips on “The Gloria Huniford Show” (BBC Radio 2), January 31, 1994 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview with Sian Philips on G.M. TV, February 24, 1994 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview on WBZ Boston, May 23, 1997 – 1 cassette tape, recording made by radio station

McCallum: Radio interview by Paul Ross and Carol McGiffin, April 13, 1998 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Radio interview on WNYC AM 820’s “New York And Company” with Patricia Hodges re: Communicating Doors, September 3, 1998 – 1 cassette tape, recording made by radio station

McCallum: Interview on “Today” re: Kidnapped, 1980s?, together with ‘reunion’ interview with McCallum and Robert Vaughn on “Good Morning America”, 1982? – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview by Terry Wogan re: Run For Your Wife, 1987? – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Moet Champagne ad; Interview by Terry Wogan re: Run For Your Wife, 1987?; Interview re: Run For Your Wife, Melbourne, Australia, 1988; Interview *responses* from McCallum from unknown interview re: musical career, n.d.; McCallum radio spots; Interview with McCallum re: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in Chicago by Jonathan Brandmeier,, 1983 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Interview by Terry Wogan re: Run For Your Wife, 1987?; Interview on “Good Morning, Britain” re: Run For Your Wife, 1987? – 1 cassette tape, home recording

McCallum: Phone interview, n.d.  – 1 cassette tape, home recording (1st side only)

Other Interviews

Lynda Mendoza: Interview on WGN re: Spycon 2, September 15, 1984 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

Lynda Mendoza: Interview on Chicago WHQX by Robert Murphy, March 24, 1988 – 1 cassette tape, home recording

Other

Radio ad by McCallum for Robert Ludlum’s The Aquitaine Progression (1984) – 1 cassette tape, home recording

Music from The Cleaners From Venus: “Ilya Kuryakin Looked At Me” [short and long versions], “Albion’s Daughter”, “Black and White”

Box 2

Video Recordings [McCallum Productions]

Dirty Weekend (1993) – DVD
The Great Escape (1963) – VHS videorecording
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) – VHS videorecording
The Man Who Lived At The Ritz (1988) – DVD
Mosquito Squadron (1970) – 2 copies: 1 DVD, 1 VHS videorecording
The Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1983) – Betamax videorecording
Robbery Under Arms (1957)/Strike Force [“Ice”] (1982) – DVD-R, home recording?
Shattered Image (1994) – DVD
Teenage Turmoil, vol.  3 (Includes The Dangerous Years [1957]) – VHS recording

Other Video Recordings

CBS Sneakpeek (Includes information on NCIS) (2003) – Promotional DVD from Blockbuster Video: 2 copies

Box 3

Books on CD and Tape Read by McCallum

Audio Cassettes

Fiction

Amis, Martin, London Fields (1990)
Bierce, Ambrose, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and The Damned Thing (1973)
Boccaccio, Giovanni, Five Tales from the Decameron (1981)
Deaver, Jeffery, The Bone Collector (1997)
Deaver, Jeffery, A Maiden’s Grave (1995)
Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe (1986)
Gleeson, Janet, The Arcanum (1999) – 2 copies
Hagberg, David, Desert Fire (1993)
Henry, Marguerite, King of the Wind (1998) – 2 copies
Higgins, Jack, Cold Harbour (1990)
Higgins, Jack, The Eagle Has Flown (1991)
Higgins, Jack, A Season In Hell (1989)
Higgins, Jack, The White House Connection (1999) – 2 copies
Hyde, Anthony, China Lake (1992)
Jerome, Jerome K., Three Men In A Boat (1994)
Michener, James A., Journey (1989)
Morrell, David, The Fifth Profession (1990)
O’Brian, Patrick, The Commodore
O’Reilly, Victor, Games of the Hangman (1992)
Ouida, A Dog of Flanders (1978)
Perry, Anne, Ashworth Hall (1997)
Perry, Anne, Bedford Square (1999)
Perry, Anne, Brunswick Gardens (1998)
Perry, Anne, Half Moon Street (2000)
Perry, Anne, Pentecost Alley (1996)
Perry, Anne, Traitor’s Gate (1994)
Perry, Anne, The Whitechapel Conspiracy (2001)
Robinson, Patrick, The Shark Mutiny (2001)
Robinson, Patrick, U.S.S. Seawolf (2000)
Smith, Murray, Devil’s Juggler (1993)
Stoker, Bram, Four Scenes from Dracula (1975)

Nonfiction

Lost Civilizations: Greece: The Golden Age (1994)
Lost Civilizations: Pompeii: City Captured In Ash (1992)
Stalin (1996)
Titanic (1994)

Compact Discs

Brown, Dale, Air Battle Force (2003)
Brown, Dale and Jim DeFelice, Dale Brown’s Dreamland: Razor’s Edge (2002)
Robinson, Patrick, Barracuda 945 (2003)
Robinson, Patrick, Scimitar SL2 (2004)

Box 4

Record Albums

McCallum Performance Albums

Music: A Part of Me (1966- 4 copies)
Music: A Bit More Of Me (1966 - 4 copies – 1 autographed)
Music: It’s Happening Now! (1967)
McCallum (1968)
Communication/My Carousel (n.d., 45 rpm, 2 copies)
In The Garden/The House on Breckenridge Lane (n.d.,45 rpm, 2 copies)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - related

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and Other TV Themes (n.d.)
Original Music From The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1965)
More Music from The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1966) – 2 copies
Music from The Girl From U.N.C.LE. (n.d.)
Secret Agent File
(1984)
Theme from The Man From U.N.C.L.E./Solo Busanova
(n.d., 45 rpm)

McCallum Film Soundtracks

Around The World Under The Sea (1966)
The Story of “Kidnapped” (n.d.)
Sol Madrid (1968)
Three Bites of the Apple (1966 – 2 copies)

McCallum Readings

A Dog of Flanders (1978)
The Dunwich Horror (1976)
Four Scenes from Dracula (1975)
The Haunter of the Dark (1979)
Lassie Come Home (1973)
The Rats in the Walls (1973)
The Wind in the Willows (1973)

Other

Noel Harrison: Collage (1967)
Life Is A Dream/Suzanne (n.d., Noel Harrison, 45 rpm)

 

Series XII: Visual Materials

Box 1

Film Reels

Tray 1

Hell Drivers (1957) – 1 reel
Sol Madrid (1968) – 3 reels   
Unidentified Reel: Labelled as "Sphinx"

Tray 2

Around The World Under The Sea (1966) – 1 reel
The Big TNT Show (1966) – 3 reels
Mosquito Squadron (1969) – 2 reels
The Watcher In The Woods (1980) – 1 reel

Tray 3

Three Bites of the Apple (1967) – 6 reels

Box 2

Film Clips

Around The World Under The Sea (1966)
The Big TNT Show (1966)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968)
One Spy Too Many (1966)
To Trap A Spy (1964)
Warning Shot (Stefanie Powers) (1967)
The Watcher In The Woods (1980) - 4 folders

Box 3

Photographs

Angel Street (Theater, 1996)
Around The World Under The Sea
(1966)
As The World Turns (TV - McCallum appearances, 1983)
Behind Enemy Lines (1985)
The Big T.N.T. Show (1966)
Billy Budd (1962)
Boon: "The Belles of St. Gadwalds" (TV, 1990)
Byrd's Boys (Theater, 2001)
Camelot (Theater, 1979)
Colditz (TV, 1972-1974)
Communicating Doors (Theater, 1998)
Dirty Weekend (1993)
Equus (Theater, 1986)
An Evening with Carol Channing (TV, 1966)
The File on Devlin (TV, 1969)
Freedom Fighter (originally titled Wall of Tyranny; TV, 1988)
Freud: The Secret Passion (1963)
Ghosts (Theater, 1988)
The Great Escape (1963)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
Hauser's Memory (TV, 1971)
Hear My Song (1991)
The Invisible Man (TV, 1975-1976)
Julius Caesar (Theater, 2000)
Jungle Fighters (aka The Long and The Short and The Tall, 1961)
Kidnapped (TV, 1978)
The Kingfisher Caper (1975)
King Solomon's Treasure (1974)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968) (3 folders)


Box 4
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968) (1 folder)
Marcus Welby, M.D.: "A Little Bit of Courage" (TV, 1972)
McCallum, David (General) (4 folders)
McCallum, David (Unidentified McCallum Productions) (3 folders)
Mendoza, Lynda
Mosquito Squadron (1969)
Mother Love (TV, 1989)
NCIS (TV, 2003-present) (2 folders)

Box 5
The Outer Limits (TV, McCallum Appearances 1963 and 1997)
The Philanthropist (Theater, 1983)
Profiles In Courage: "John Adams" (TV, 1964)
The Ravine (1969)
The Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E: The Fifteen Years Later Affair (TV, 1983) (2 folders)
The Return of Sam McCloud (TV, 1989)
Robbery Under Arms (1958)
Run For Your Wife (Theater, 1985-1987)
Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)
Seaquest DSV: "SeaWest" (TV, 1993)
The Secret Place (1957)
Sol Madrid (1968)
Strike Force - "Ice" (TV, 1981)
Teacher, Teacher (TV, 1969)
Terminal Choice (1985)
Three - "Hope" (TV, 1998)
Three Bites of the Apple (1967)
The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters - "The Day of the Search" (TV, 1964)
The Violent Playground (1958)
The Watcher in the Woods (1980)

Other Photographs (Non-McCallum) (2 folders)

Additional Material

Oversized Miscellaneous Photos of McCallum [LOCATED IN MISCELLANEOUS BOX 1]

 

Box 6

Slides

McCallum Productions

Around The World Under The Sea (1966) - 1 slide
Freedom Fighter (TV, 1988) - 6 slides
The Watcher In The Woods (1980) - 10 slides
McCallum Images - 2 slides
The Darkening (Video Game, 1996) - 7 slides

Other Productions

Beach Ball (1965) - 13 slides
Cinderella Liberty (1973) - 7 slides
The Empire Strikes Back (1980) - 33 slides
Shamus (1973) - 4 slides
Smokey and the Bandit (1977) - 4 slides
There's A Girl In My Soup (1970) - 29 slides
Thieves (1977) - 1 slide
The Ugly Dachshund (1966) - 4 slides
Valley of The Dolls (1967) - 1 slide
The Wild, Wild West (1965-1969) - 1 slide

Unidentified Productions - 72 slides

Oversize Folder 1

Posters

McCallum Productions

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

"Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer Studios: The 1966-67 Television Series" [with caricatures of McCallum and Robert Vaughn]

Advertising Poster for U.N.C.L.E. Videotapes

Mosquito Squadron (1969)

The Ravine (1969)

Terminal Choice (1985)

 

Additional Material

Drawings/Sketches of McCallum [LOCATED IN MISCELLANEOUS BOX 1]

 

Series XIII: Additional Material

Miscellaneous Box 1

Press Material for U.N.C.L.E. Films (1966, 1968)

Weekend And Today #3164 (October 13 - 19, 1966); #3171 (December 1 - 7, 1966); #3248 (May 24 - 30, 1967)

Cardboard Displays

Photo Still from Run For Your Wife! (n.d., signed by McCallum)

Group Photo of Organizers of Spycon 3 (including Mendoza, 1985)

Store display for McCallum’s album McCallum (1968)

Drawings/Sketches of McCallum     

Oversized Miscellaneous Photos of McCallum

 

2011 Addendum

Box 1

Series I: Correspondence

Correspondence, 1982, 1986, 1991-2000, n.d.

Series II: Assorted U.N.C.L.E./McCallum Materials

Advertisement for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Videocassettes, 1991

"A Dialogic Approach to Creativity in Mass Communication" [PhD Thesis, May 2001] (Cynthia W. Walker, auth.) - Uses The Man From U.N.C.L.E. as a case study

Interview with McCallum - Fragments, n.d.

Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. Publicity Material, 1983

An U.N.C.L.E. Bibliography [U.N.C.L.E. Northwest, 5th edition - 1992)

U.N.C.L.E. Merchandise Information, from Eric Kulosa, n.d.

U.N.C.L.E. Organizational and Technical Manual [Glenn A. Magee, auth.] (1982)

 

Series III: Fan Club Material

"Diplomas" for Completion of U.N.C.L.E. Agent Training, n.d.

"How I Got Started In Fan Clubs" [Blanche Trinajstick, auth.], n.d.

The McCallum Observer: Quote Puzzle for Unidentified Issue, n.d.

Spycon Conventions #1 (1983), #6 (1989) - Miscellaneous Materials

Series IV: Non-U.N.C.L.E. Productions

Hear My Song (1991)

March In Windy City (1998)

Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)

Series V: Theater Work

Donkey's Years [Westport, CT, August 1978]: Program (Photocopy)

Equus [Kansas City, MO, 1986]: Advertisement

Ghosts [New York, NY, 1988]: Advertisement

Nasty Little Secrets [New York, NY, 1998]: Book of Play, 1985 (autographed by McCallum)

The Philanthropist [New York, NY, 1983]: Advertisement

Romantic Comedy [Westport, CT, 1981]: Program

Run For Your Wife [United States, United Kingdom and Australia, 1985 - 1987]: Program (autographed by McCallum)

Run For Your Wife [United States, United Kingdom and Australia, 1985 - 1987]: Various Materials

Box 2

Series VI: Scripts from McCallum-Featured Productions

The A-Team [TV] - "Say Uncle" (1986) [Autographed by scriptwriter Terry D. Nelson]

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Alexander the Great Affair" (1965)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - "The Energized Affair" [Unsolicited and unused script, 2 copies] (2002)

Miami Vice [TV] - "Tale of the Goat" (1985)

The Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair (1982)

Series VII: Clippings File

Cluedo (TV, 1991)

Colditz (TV, 1972-1974)

Coming Home (TV, 1998)

Fan Clubs

Ireland, Jill

Kidnapped (TV, 1978)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968)

March in Windy City (TV, 1998)

McCallum, David

McCallum Productions, Other Assorted

Mother Love (TV, 1989)

Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)

Trainer (TV, 1991-1992)

Box 3

Series VIII: Scrapbooks

Pressbooks and Lobby Cards, various dates

Box 4

Series IX: Books, Magazines and Related Materials

Around The World Under The Sea (Comic Book, Dell Publishing, 1966)

Film Fatales: Women in Espionage Films and Television, 1962-1973 (Tom Lisanti and Louis Paul, auth.,McFarland and Co., 2002)

The Making of "Licence To Kill" (Sally Hibbin, auth., Salem House, 1989)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Coin of El Diablo Affair (Coloring Book, Wonder Books, 1965)

Newcomers Among Us: The "Alien Nation" Companion (Edward Gross, et.al., auth., Image Publishing, 1991?)

TV Episode Guides, Vol. 1 - Science Fitcion, Adventure and Superheroes: Starlog Photo Guidebook (Gary Gerani, et.al., auth., Starlog Press, 1981)

The U.N.C.L.E. Technical Manual, vol. 1: Organization and Resources (Glenn A. Magee, auth.,New Media Books, n.d.)

Box 5

Series IX, continued

Fan Magazines

American Cinematographer (July 1975, February 1986)

The Beatles Forever (1978)

Celebrity Focus #8 (August 1987)

Disney News (Spring 1989)

Disney Newsreel (February 24, 1989)

Elton John (1976)

Epi-Log #5 (March 1991), #7 (June 1991), Special #3 (August 1992), Special #5 (December 1992), Special #6 (February 1993), #13 (February 1994)

Fantasy Empire #9 - 10 (March-April 1984)

HI News (July/August 1983)

John Lennon Tribute (Winter 1980)

Marilyn (Barven Screen Greats #4, 1971)

Mickey Is Sixty! (1988)

Movieland and TV Time (December 1987)

Movie Stars (September 1986)

The Paul McCartney World Tour (1989)

Photoplay (May 1966)

Picturegoer (May 7, 1955; August 31, 1957)

Prevue #52 (June/July 1983)

Record Collector #202 (June 1996)

Box 6

Series IX, continued

Fan Magazines

Show (September 1972)

Starburst #40 (1981)

Starlog #70 (May 1983)

Tokyo Disneyland Line vol. 7 #24 (December 1988), vol. 8 #1/2 (January 1989)

Top Secret #2 (December 1985)

TV Guide (October 17, 1964)

TV Radio Mirror (December 1967)

TV Times [Victoria, Australia] (November 9, 1966)

Twilight Zone Magazine (October 1984)

Victoria TV Week (May 21, 1966; July 8, 1967)

Box 7

Series X: Realia

Button: "Listen To This Button", with John Lennon

Keychain: McCallum and Robert Vaughn

Mouse Pad: McCallum and Robert Vaughn

Post-It Note Pad: McCallum Observer Logo

Box 8

Series XI: Audio and Video Recordings

Video Recordings [McCallum Productions]

Ancient Prophecies II (1994) - Hosted by McCallum

Around The World Under The Sea (1965)

Babylon 5 (TV, Season 1:1993-1994) - Contains episode "Infection", with McCallum

Cherry (1999)

Frankenstein: The True Story (1973)

Hart to Hart (TV, Season 4: 1982-1983) - Contains episode "Hunted Harts", with McCallum

Hear My Song (1991)

House of Shadows (1993) - Hosted by McCallum [part of BBC-TV's Library of Romance]

King Solomon's Treasure (1977)

The Kingfisher Caper (1976)

Lucky Chances (TV, 1990)

March In Windy City (1998)

Monsters (TV, Season 1: 1988-1989) - Contains episode "The Feverman", with McCallum

Mortal Challenge (1997)

A Night To Remember (1958)

Profiles in Courage: John Adams (TV, 1964)

Prophets and Prophecies (TV, 1994) - Hosted by McCallum [2 volumes]

The Return of The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair (TV, 1983)

The Return of Sam McCloud (TV, 1989)

Sex And The City (TV, Season 2: 1999-2000) - Contains episode "Shortcomings", with McCallum

Terminal Choice (1985)

Three (TV, 1998) - Contains episode "Hope", with McCallum

The Titanic: Disaster in the Atlantic (TV, 1999) - Hosted by McCallum

The Titanic Chronicles (TV, 1999) - Hosted by McCallum

Violent Playground (1958)

The Watcher In The Woods (1980)

Books on CD and Tape Read by McCallum

Audio Cassettes

Robinson, Patrick, H.M.S. Unseen (1999)

Box 9

Series XII: Visual Materials

Photographs

Amadeus (Theater, 1999)

Angel Street (Theater, 1996)

Around The World Under The Sea (1966)

Coming Home (TV, 1998)

Communicating Doors (Theater, 1998)

Heartbeat (TV, 1994 - "Arms and The Man")

Julius Caesar (Theater, 2000)

The Kingfisher Caper (1975)

Law & Order (TV, 1997 - "Past Imperfect")

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968) - Autographed Photos

McCallum, David

McCallum, David - Autographed Photos

McCallum Productions, Assorted

Moynihan, Sean - Autographed Photo

NCIS (TV, 2003- )

NCIS (TV, 2003- ) - Autographed Photos

The Outer Limits (TV, McCallum Appearances, 1963 and 1997)

Robbery Under Arms (1958)

Sapphire and Steel (TV, 1979-1982)

The Secret Place (1957)

Three Bites of the Apple (1967)

Time And Again (Theater, 2001)

Wuthering Heights (TV, 1962)

 

Box 10

Oversized Materials

Non-U.N.C.L.E. Productions

Billy Budd (1962) - Press Material

The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) - Advertising Photo

Fan Magazines

Fabulous (October 9, 1965; November 27, 1965; January 1, 1966; March 5, 1966; March 19 - April 2, 1966; May 14 - 21, 1966)

Fabulous 208 (June 4 - 18, 1966; July 9, 1966; July 23-30, 1966)

Life (October 1, 1965; August 1982)

Look (October 18, 1966)

Show (May 1964)

Where Are They Now? (1993)

Visual Materials

Photographs: NCIS (TV, 2003- )

Framed Drawing: McCallum and Lynda Mendoza, 1983