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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

In the year(s) '195...'

    1950

  1. ANTHOLOGY: The Second St. Nicholas Anthology (1950) "The Dog That Returned To Mexico"   Random House.  [EPBLIB]
  2. 1950?

  3. ANTHOLOGY: Reader's Digest Junior Omnibus (1950?) "Pigs is Pigs"   London: Readerís Digest Association. pp 171.  [WEB]
  4. 1951

  5. Children's Digest (March, 1951)   "The Rowena O'Toole Company"    [EBAY]
  6. ANTHOLOGY: The American Boy Anthology (1951) "Too Much Horse"   A Jibby Jones story. Edited by Franklin M. Reck. Illustrations by Clifford Geary. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company. p 423-40.  [EPBLIB]
  7. 1952

  8. ANTHOLOGY: The Art of Interpretive Speech (1952) "The Financial Structure"   Humor. Edited by Charles H. Woolbert and Severina E. Nelson. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. p 468-72. Third Edition. (Fourth Edition 1956 p 429-33.)  [HARPER]
  9. BOOK: Writing Books for Boys and Girls (1952) "I Was the Boy Whom That Tomboy Mopped Up"   Edited by Helen Ferris. Garden City, New York: Junior Literary Guild/Doubleday. p 181-2.  [HARPER]
  10. 1953

  11. Muscatine Journal (December 30, 1953)   "Pearls From the Past"   Extracted from the Muscatine Library Newsletter.  [WEB]
  12. ADAPTATION: Walt Disney's Treasury (1953) "Pigs is Pigs"   Adaptation. Walt Disney's retelling of the "Pigs is Pigs" story, told in verse. This is the same text as that used in the cartoon in 1954. Arranged by Steffi Fletcher and Jane Werner. Pictures by Walt Disney Studio. Adapted by Dick Kelsey. Assisted by Dick Moores. This same text appears in later Golden Book editions with similar Walt Disney titles through at least 1991. New York: Simon and Schuster. p 121-125.  [EPBLIB]
  13. 1954

  14. MOTION PICTURE: Pigs is Pigs (May 21, 1954)   Animated in Technicolor. RKO (Walt Disney). Director: Jack Kinney. Academy Award Nomination. See IMDB and BCDB. Unlike the 1937 cartoon (which is an altogether different story with the same title), this is truly a derivative work. While it's the same story, the filmmakers show no desire to follow the original text. This story is told in rhyme. Flannery (no first name) is still the station agent but his customer is now McMorehouse. This short (directed by Jack Kinney, story by Leo Salkin and animation by John Sibley) was nominated for an Academy Award (Short Subjects - Cartoons). This cartoon was shown during the week starting Thursday May 27, 1954 in the Radio City Music Hall theatre.  [IMDB]
  15. 'The Silver Protector' from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (August, 1954)
  16. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (August, 1954)   "The Silver Protector" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. This is "Our First Burglar" with the alternate title. p 75-80.  [PULP]
  17. Muscatine Journal (August 19, 1954)   "Diary of Ellis Parker Butler Is Found at Jensen Residence"    [HARPER]
  18. ANTHOLOGY: An Encyclopedia of Modern American Humor (1954) "Pigs is Pigs"   The anthology has a geographical orientation and Butler is assigned to the Midwest (he was born in Iowa). Editor Bennett Cerf. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc.  [EPBLIB]
  19. ANTHOLOGY: Reading Aloud Effectively (1954) "The Financial Structure"   Humor. Edited by Ben Graf Henneke. New York: Rinehart. p 240-44.  [HARPER]
  20. 1955

  21. ANTHOLOGY: A Treasury of Humor and Toastmaster's Handbook (1955) "Pigs is Pigs"   Also includes "The Kennel and the Cat Coop." Compiled by Marjorie Barrows, Mathilda Schirmer, Bennett Cerf. New York: Grolier Incorporated.  [EPBLIB]
  22. 1956

  23. Amazing Stories (April, 1956)   "Solander's Radio Tomb"   A story. One illustration.  [PULP]
  24. New York City Folklore (1956) "The Origin of the Dutch Treat Club" Click here to see a picture of this item.Edited by B. A. Botkin. Westport Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Reprinted 1976. ISBN 0-8371-9310-9.  [EPBLIB]
  25. 1957

  26. ANTHOLOGY: Panoramas, The New Basic Readers (1957) "Pigs is Pigs" Click here to see a picture of this item.Book 8, Part 1. Edited by William S. Gray, Marion Monroe, A. Sterl Artley and May Hill Arbuthnot; illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats. 256 pages. Hardback. Scott, Foresman and Company.  [EBAY]
  27. 'Pigs is Pigs' from Invitation to Short Stories (1958)

    1958

  28. ANTHOLOGY: Invitation to Short Stories (1958) "Pigs is Pigs" Click here to see a picture of this item.Edited by H. L. Willis and W. R. McGillivray. Includes an original illustration by Kenneth Dallison. Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited.  [EPBLIB]
  29. ANTHOLOGY: The College Years (1958) "The Famous Oklahoma-Stanford Tug of War"   A reprint of the Bull Hyde and Little Peewee story. A. C. Spectorsky, editor. New York: Hawthorn.  [HARPER]
  30. ANTHOLOGY: The Saturday Evening Post Carnival Of Humor (1958) "Mascot"   Edited By Robert M. Yoder. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, Inc.  [EPBLIB]
  31. 1959

  32. Handwriting Analysis (1959) "Ellis Parker Butler" Click here to see a picture of this item.This book contains a brief analysis of Butler's character from a sample of his handwriting. "The Art and Science of Reading Character" by M. N. Bunker, founder, International Grapho Analysis Society. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Company, Publishers. Pages 27-29.  [EPBLIB]
  33. ANTHOLOGY: Tall Short Stories (1959) "Pigs is Pigs" Click here to see a picture of this item.Edited by Eric Duthie. New York: Simon and Schuster. Also, paperback version by New York: Ace Books, 1959.  [EPBLIB]


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