Sources and References

07 – Joy of Sex (Part Three 1984)

  • Beck, Marilyn. “Penny Marshall being replaced as film director.” Democrat and Chronicle. December 30, 1982.
  • Big Beat. “Alan, would you light my Bunsen burner?” Amazon.com review. May 18, 2010.
  • Box Office Mojo. “The Joy of Sex. Boxofficemojo.com.
  • Comfort, Nicholas. “My Dad would have loved all this Joy of Sex.” Independent. August, 2, 2014.
  • Ford, Luke. “Producer Frank Konigsberg – The Joy Of Sex.“ From LukeFord.net. April 2 and 18, 2002.
  • Kickin’ it Old School – 80s Pop Culture. “Back to the 80s: Interview with director Martha Coolidge.” via officialmarthacoolidge.com
  • London, Michael. “Joy of Sex’s Strained Bedfellows.” Los Angeles Times. March 30, 1984.
  • Madigan, Nick. “Gary Nardino dead at 62.” Variety.com. Feb 1, 1998.
  • Rowell, Kathleen. Email to Francesco Borseti, January 16, 2013.
  • Sex Tape Red Band Trailer via YouTube.
  • Scott, Vernon. “Telling Dad About Nude Scene Tough Role for Actress to Play. The Pittsburgh Press. United Press International. August 24, 1983.
  • Thomas, Bob. “Lampoon to Spoof Hollywood on Film.” Associated Press. Star-News. Mar 1, 1981.
  • Thomas, Bob. “Director Insists Joy of Sex not a raunchy skin comedy.” Associated Press. The Post and The Evening Times. Associated Press. Aug 3, 1984 (reprinted from July 1983).
  • Uricchio, Marylynn. “Joy of Sex movie is unhappily terrible. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. August 4, 1984.
  • Wolf, William. “New York Calling.” Asbury Park Press. May 8, 1983.

08 – The Home Alone Franchise, Mockbusters, and Parodies

  • BBC News. “Warner Bros lose Hari Puttar case.” September 22, 2008.
  • Brew, Simon. “Analysing Bone Alone: the Home Alone knock-off with dogs” Den of Geek. December 23, 2015.
  • Concepcion, Jason. “Did Kevin From ‘Home Alone’ Grow Up to Be Jigsaw? A Deadly Serious Investigation.” Grantland. December 4, 2014.
  • Home Alone Wiki
  • Ryan, Lisa. “Could anyone actually survive Home Alone? From severe burns to fractures and internal bleeding, doctors reveal how Harry and Marv would have been KILLED by Kevin McCallister.” Daily Mail. September 9, 2015.
  • WGA screenwriting credit system

09 – National Lampoon’s Class Reunion (1982)

  • American Film Institute interview. March 1, 1985.
  • Bedell-Smith, Sally. “ABC’s Brandon Stoddard Bids for the Larger Screen.” New York Times. Dec, 18, 1983.
  • Box Office Mojo. “American Werewolf in London” and “National Lampoon’s Class Reunion.” Boxofficemojo.com.
  • Choron, Sandra. National Lampoon’s Class Reunion. Based on a screenplay by John Hughes. Dell Publishing. 1982.
  • Dammett, Blackie. Lords of the Sunset Strip. The Spencer Company. 2013.
  • Gibley, Ryan. “John Hughes.” The Guardian. August 7, 2009.
  • Harmentz, Aljean, “Tentative Accord Reached in Strike of Screen Writers.” New York Times, July 12, 1981.
  • Honeycutt, Kirk. John Hughes: A Life on Film. Race Point Publishing. 2015.
  • Hughes, John. The Breakfast Club. Universal Studios, 1985.
  • Hughes, John. National Lampoon’s Class Reunion. Directed by Michael Miller. ABC Motion Pictures. October 29, 1982.
  • Hughes, John. National Lampoon’s Class Reunion. Final Draft. January 20, 1982.
  • Lucid Films. “Twilight Zone Tragedy – Helicopter Accident Scenes Reconstructed.” Feb 20, 2012. via YouTube
  • Marsh, Betsa. “Class Reunion is Sparce on humor.” The Cincinnati Enquirer. Nov 2, 1982.
  • Maza, Michael. “ Nobody worth laughing at makes the scene in Class Reunion.” Arizona Republic. Nov, 3ed, 1982.
  • Moore, David J. “Director Michael Miller Remembers 1982’s Silent Rage and Class Reunion” Comingsoon.net. April 16, 2016.
  • National Lampoon Magazine. NL Communications Inc. May 1981.
  • O’Rourke, P.J. And John Hughes. National Lampoon Sunday Newspaper Parody. National Lampoon, June 1978.
  • Pasadena College of Chiropractic Alumni website.
  • Reed, John-Michael. “Starts Sing for their supper.” The Republic. March 27, 1982.
  • Reich, Howard. “Major risks, untried talents and one cool Chicago director.” Chicago Tribune, August 21, 1983.
  • Roberts, Jerry. “Butler man stars in new Lampoon Film.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. March 20, 1982
  • Rose, Mickey. Student Bodies. Directed by Mickey Rose and Michael Ritchie (uncredited). August 7, 1981.
  • Uricchio, Marilyn. “This Class Reunion is One to Avoid.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 30, 1982.
  • Washington Steam Magnet Academy Homepage. www.pusd.us
  • Wikipedia. “Twilight Zone Accident.” Wikipedia.com.
  • Wrightson, Berni and Michelle Wrightson. “National Lampoon’s Class Reunion Welcomes You.” Heavy Metal Magazine. November, 1982.

10 – National Lampoon’s Class Reunion Location: Washington Middle School (1923–Present)

  • Butler, Anica. “Pasadena Adopts Controversial Plan to Reduce School Busing.” Los Angeles Times. February 28, 2002.
  • Clayton, Stephanie. “A Brief History of Efforts To Desegregate the Los Angeles Unified School District.“ Claremont Graduate University. 2008
  • Dammett, Blackie. Lords of the Sunset Strip. The Spencer Company. 2013.
  • Daniels, Mark. “No Such Thing as California Architecture.” Architect and Engineer. October 1940.
  • Donovan, John J. “A Glimpse Into the Future.” The Building Review, Vol. XXIII No. 2. San Francisco, February 1923.
  • Drinkwater, Terry. CBS Evening News Report. Sept 14, 1970. via YouTube.
  • Furman, Andrew. My Los Angeles in Black and (almost) White. Syracuse University Press, 2010.
  • Gaines-Carter, Patrice and Jay Matthews. “Black People Find Pasadena to Be an Island of Opportunity.” The Washington Post. Feb 2, 1986.
  • Greene, Charles. drawings for “Shelter for View Lovers.” Pasadena, California, 1907.
  • Hale, Jon N. “The African American Roots of Betsy DeVos’s Education Platform.” The Atlantic. January 18, 2017.
  • Horman, Matt. “When South Pasadena was for Whites Only.” Hometown Pasadena. Sept 15, 2014.
  • Hughes, John. National Lampoon’s Class Reunion. Directed by Michael Miller. ABC Motion Pictures. October 29, 1982.
  • Jackson v. Pasadena City School Dist., 59 Cal.2d 876 (last visited Saturday February 11, 2017).
  • Martin, Kenneth. PCOC’s Alumni Website. www.pasadenaalumni.org
  • Masters, Nathan. “Before the Palm, the Pepper Was Southern California’s Most Iconic Tree.” Gizmodo. May 29, 2014 (not really relevant, but interesting…)
  • Morrow, Irving F. “The Work of Allison & Allison.” The Building Review, Vol. XXIII No. 2. San Francisco, February 1923.
  • Moxey, John Llewellyn (dir.). The Violation of Sarah McDavid. May 19, 1981.
  • Norton, BWL. “Teacher’s Aide.” Twilight Zone: The Series. November 8, 1985.
  • Oppenheimer, Daniel and Jason Sokol. When Jackie Robinson Went House Hunting: A Story of Race, Politics and Real Estate in the Northeast. 2014. via YouTube.
  • Parker, Franklin. Roots of the New Right: School Critic Max Rafferty (1917-82). EDRS. 1985.
  • Pasadena City Bd. of Educ. v. Spangler. (n.d.). Oyez. Retrieved February 10, 2017, from https://www.oyez.org/cases/1975/75-164
  • Reid, Hiram Alvin. History of Pasadena: Comprising an Account of the Native Indian, the Early Spanish, the Mexican, the American, the Colony, and the Incorporated City, Occupancies of the Rancho San Pasqual, and Its Adjacent Mountains, Canyons, Waterfalls and Other Objects of … Interest: Being a Complete and Comprehensive Histo-cyclopedia of All Matters Pertaining to this Region. Pasadena History Company. 1895.
  • Rampersand, Arnold. Jackie Robinson: A Biography. Random House Publishing Group, 2011.
  • Reagan, Ronald. Ronald Reagan For President. 1976. via YouTube.
  • Rebok, Horace. M. “Educational Value of School Architecture.” The Building Review, Vol. XXIII No. 2. San Francisco, February 1923.
  • Salley Gray, Julie. “To Fight the Good Fight”: The Battle Over Control of the Pasadena City Schools, 1969-1979.” Essays in History. Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia. 2012.
  • Schnapper, Amy. Location Shooting makes Economic Sense. Los Angeles Times. March 28th, 1982.
  • Solon, Olivia. “Occultist father of rocketry ‘written out’ of Nasa’s history.” Wired.co.uk. April 23, 2014.
  • Spangler, v. Pasadena City Bd. of Education. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. September 20, 1979.
  • United States Commission on Civil Rights. Five Communities: Their Search for Equal Education. Clearing House Publication 37. December 1972.
  • Valentine, Maggie. “Monk Hill Walking Tour” Treasures On Your Block brochure. City of Pasadena. 1986.
  • Walker, Roland A. 81 Years of Public Education in Pasadena. June 1955.
  • Weller, K. Democracy and Schooling in California: The Legacy of Helen Heffernan and Corinne Seeds. Springer, Dec 22, 2011
  • Wells, Amy. Both Sides Now: The Story of School Desegregation’s Graduates. University of California Press, Jan 20, 2009
  • Wollenberg, Charles. All Deliberate Speed: Segregation and Exclusion in California Schools, 1855-1975. University of California Press, 1978

11 – At Ease (1983)

  • ABC Television Network.ABC-TV 1974 “Upcoming Fall Line-up” Promo Reel. via YouTube.
  • Beck, Marilyn. Hollywood. The Tennessean. March 2, 1982.
  • Bowen, Roger. Color Tile Commercial. 1983. via YouTube.
  • Buck, Jerry. “From Guadalcanal To The Computerized Army.” The Pittsburgh Press. April 24, 1983.
  • Freese, Gene. Richard Jaeckel: Hollywood’s Man of Character. McFarland. Apr 6, 2016.
  • Gansberg, Alan L. “Hollywood Strip.” Penn-Del Sunday. April 25, 1982 and June 27, 1982.
  • Goldberg, Lee. Unsold Television Pilots: 1955-1989. Adventures in Television, Jul 5, 2015
  • Harris, Will. “Random Roles: Christopher McDonald.” AV Club. Nov 8, 2011.
  • Harris, Will. “Jimmie Walker on Good Times, Guyver fans, and kicking Penny Marshall’s ass.” AV Club. Apr 14, 2014
  • Handler, David. “Private Eye.” Del Rio, News Herald. Texas. Friday. April 15,1983.
  • Holsopple, Barbara. “ABC Adapts Stripes for Comic Jimmie Walker.” The Pittsburgh Press. Feb 27, 1983.
  • Holsopple, Barbara. “New Series Debuts Tonight on ABC.” The Pittsburgh Press. March 4, 1983.
  • Kleiner, Dick. “Two Switched from Movies to TV Roles. Newspaper Enterprise Association. The Daily Reporter. March 19, 1983.
  • Keeps, David A. “When Aaron Spelling Ruled Television: An Oral History of Entertainment’s Prolific, Populist Producer” Hollywood Reporter. Sept 18, 2015.
  • Koch, David and Melissa Doyle. Where Are They Now? Guest: Jimmie Walker. Seven Network. 2006. via YouTube.
  • Koop, Bob and Carol Jason. “WIVB-4 covers MASH finale,” WIVB-4 Buffalo. Feb 28, 1983. via YouTube.
  • Leszczak, Bob. Single Season Sitcoms of the 1980s: A Complete Guide. McFarland. 2016.
  • Meade, Peter. “Naughten: ‘At Ease’ not so easy.” Journal Gazette. April 15, 1983.
  • Meltzer, Marisa. “When Brenda Walsh Was Young: The revolutionary first season of Beverly Hills, 90210.” Slate. Dec 7, 2006.
  • Peterson, Bettelou. “You’ll Know His Face, But Not His Name.” The Detroit Free Press. March 5, 1983.
  • Sacks, Mike. “Canned Laughter: Ben Glenn II, Television Historian.” The Paris Review, July 20, 2010.
  • Walker, Jimmy with Sal Manna. Dynomite!: Good Times, Bad Times, Our Times—A Memoir. Da Capo Press/Brilliance Audio, Jun 26, 2012.
  • Zinnemann, Fred, director. From Here to Eternity. Columbia Pictures. 1953.

12 – National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983)

  • Alaway, Nick. “National Lampoon’s Vacation” The Eighties Movies Rewind.
  • American Film Institute interview. March 1, 1985.
  • Bernstein, Jonathan. “Mean. Arrogant. Delusional. Why did America fall in love with Chevy Chase?” The Telegraph. Aug 22, 2015.
  • Blumstein, Michael. “Is the National Lampoon Still Funny?” The New York Times. September 26, 1983.
  • Box Office Mojo.”National Lampoon’s Vacation.” Boxofficemojo.com.
  • California Environmental Protection Agency. “History of Air Resources Board” Arba.ca.gov. October 22, 2014.
  • Carter, Bill. “Him Alone” New York Times. August 4, 1991.
  • Evans, Bradford. “Talking to Matty Simmons About Producing Animal House, Publishing National Lampoon, and His New Book Fat, Drunk, and Stupid” Splitsider. April 10, 2012.
  • Fruchter, Rena. I’m Chevy Chase … and you’re not. Virgin Books, 2007.
  • Gliato, Tom. “Sweet Imogene,” People.com. June 18, 2001.
  • Griffin, Nancy and Kim Masters. Hit and Run: How Jon Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony for a Ride in Hollywood. Simon and Shuster. 2016.
  • Goldberg, Rob. Inside Story: National Lampoon’s Vacation. Pangolin Pictures for Bio. The Biography Channel. 2011 A&E Television Networks.
  • Grovsvenor, Charles, R., Jr. “Eighties Movie Locations That Really Exist, Movies Beginning with N” Inthe80s.com.
  • Hall, Anthony Michael. “Vacation.” AMH Film and TV Cast: Sept 11, 2006.
  • Hamilton, Keegan. “Setting the Record Straight: East St. Louis and National Lampoon’s Vacation” Riverfront Times. May 26, 2009.
  • Holmes, Chris. “Retrotisements — 1958 Plymouth New Car Lineup” The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit. August 21, 2012.
  • Honeycutt, Kirk. John Hughes: A Life on Film. Race Point Publishing. 2015.
  • Hughes, John with Harold Ramis (uncredited) and Chevy Chase (uncredited). National Lampoon’s Vacation. Fourth Draft. April 30, 1982.
  • Hughes, John. National Lampoon’s Vacation. Directed by Harold Ramis. Warner Brothers Pictures. July 29, 1983.
  • Hughes, John. “Vacation ’58” National Lampoon Magazine. NL Communications Inc. Sept 1979, reprinted July 1983.
  • Hughes, John. “Vacation ’58 / Foreword ’08.” Zoetrope All-Story. Volume 12, Number 2. Summer 2008.
  • Kart, Larry. “Few good gags make for dull ‘Vacation’ trip” Chicago Tribune. Jul 29, 1983. pg. C3
  • Letterman, David. “Interview with Harold Ramis.” Late Night with David Letterman. NBC. 1983.
  • Lyman, Rick. “It’s a Rare Scene: Movie Executive With 9 Lives; From Warner Brothers to Columbia, and, Now, Paired With Ovitz” New York Times. Feb 20, 2002.
  • Martin, Murilee. “What About the Malaise Era? More Specifically, What About This 1979 Ford Granada?” The Truth About Cars. May 5, 2011.
  • Maslin, Janet. “Review: National Lampoon’s Vacation.” New York Times. July 29, 1983.
  • Mills, Bart. “Youthpix seducing a new teenage generation.” The Age. November 5, 1983. Reprinted from The Guardian.
  • Movie District, The. “Vacation (1983)” themoviedistrict.com
  • New York Times. “Miss Coca Injures an Eye in Crash,” New York Times. Jan 2, 1973.
  • Rabin, Nathan, Keith Phillips, Josh Modell, and Scott Tobias. “Last Thoughts on John Hughes.” AV Club. August 10, 2009.
  • Ramis Harold. “John Hughes Remembered: Harold Ramis (director of ‘Vacation’)” ew.com. August 13, 2009.
  • Ramis, Harold, Chevy Chase, Randy Quaid, Matty Simmons, Anthony Michael Hall, and Dana Barron. “Griswold Family Commentary.”National Lampoon’s Vacation. Directed by Harold Ramis. Warner Brothers Pictures. 2006.
  • Retro Ladyland. “On Vacation with Dana Barron – An interview.” Retro Ladyland. Jan 26, 2014.
  • Ross, Deanna and Jerrell Marquise Mcgirt. “Transcript of New Hollywood Cinema (1960 to 1977)” Prezi.com. Nov 21, 2012.
  • Schreiber, Ronnie. “QOTD: Did The Griswold’s Family Truckster Kill the American Station Wagon?” The Truth About Cars. August 5, 2015.
  • Simmons, Matty. Fat, Drunk, and Stupid: The Inside Story Behind the Making of Animal House. St. Martin’s Press, 2012.
  • Seely, Mike. “A River Runs Through It: The Route 3 detour means wannabe Griswolds needn’t set foot in East St. Louis” Riverfront Times. May 5th 2004.
  • Sneed & Lavin, Inc. “Between the Pages” The Chicago Tribune. October 31, 1983.
  • Spitz, Marc. “Sex, Drugs & Holiday Roads” Maxim. May 2009
  • Stein, Ellin. That’s Not Funny, That’s Sick: The National Lampoon and the Comedy Insurgents Who Captured the Mainstream. WW Norton and Company. 2013.
  • TV Tropes. National Lampoon’s Vacation:Trivia. retrieved Aug 2, 2017. Sources unlisted. Original source lists American Werewolf in London, though the timing wouldn’t be correct. More likely the film Landis was working on—if he was asked and if this true—was Trading Places
  • Vanderbuilt, Mike. “R.I.P. Michael Gross, National Lampoon alum and designer of the Ghostbusters logo” AV Club. Nov. 18, 2005.
  • Vallejo, Boris and Julie Bell. Facebook post. January 30, 2015. (info cut from final mix)
  • Warner Brothers Pictures. “Vacation: Chevy Chase On The Role Of Clark Griswold” New York Times. July 22, 2015.
  • WBBM Channel 2. Channel 2 News Special Report: “Blizzard ’79: Public Questions, City Answers”. January 18, 1979. via Fuzzymemories.tv

13 – Mr. Mom: Product Placement (or the Rise and Fall of Robert Kovoloff) (1983)

  • Chavers D. Audit survey – Associated Film Promotions. Brown & Williamson; No date, No date. Bates No. 680118057-680118066.
  • Crispen Miller, Mark. “Hollywood: The Ad” The Atlantic. April, 1990.
  • Dirks, Tim. The History of Film The 1970s. AMC Filmsite. retrieved. Dec. 3, 2017.
  • Friendly, David T. “Selling It at the Movies.” Newsweek. July 4, 1983.
  • Harmetz, Aljean. “Fox to Sell Rights to Plug Goods in Films” New York Times. Dec 21, 1983.
  • Hilts, Philip J.. “Company Spent $1 Million to Put Cigarettes in Movies, Memos Show.” Tobacco Institute Records; RPCI Tobacco Institute and Council for Tobacco Research Records. Unknown. May 1994.
  • Hughes, John. “Mr. Mom.” Sherwood Productions, Inc. 1983.
  • Hughes, John. “Mr. Mom: Eighth Draft, Fifth Revisions” Screenplay. Revisions by Norman Steinberg. Fifth revisions by Stephanie Garman & Hollace White. Jan 24, 1983.
  • Kovoloff, Stacey. Skype conversation. Jan 2, 2018.
  • Levin, Myron. “Tobacco Pitchman Agrees Stars Did Not Receive Gifts : Cigarettes: Brown & Williamson documents outlined payments. Middleman says information is bogus.” LA Times. June 14, 1994.
  • Levin, Myron. “Tobacco Firm Paid $950,000 To Place Cigarettes In Films, Movies: Company Paid Actors In Cash, Cars Or Jewelry In Early 800000’s, Memos Say. Industry Says It Has Halted Practice.” Philip Morris Records. Los Angeles Times. May 19,1994.
  • Los Angeles Times. “Robert Kovoloff; Founded Product Placement Firm.” Obituaries. July 31, 1999. 
  • Lumiere, Auguste and Louis. Laveuses. via Tune.pk. 1985.
  • Lyman, Rick. “In the 80’s: Lights! Camera! Cigarettes!” The New York Times. March 12, 2002.
  • Marich, Robert. “Futuristic Film Product Placement” Reprinted With Permission From The Dec. 3, 1984 Issue of “Advertising Age.” Marketing to Moviegoers. © Crain Communications.
  • Mekemson C, Glantz SA. How the tobacco industry built its relationship with Hollywood. Tobacco Control 2002;11:i81-i91.
  • Michelob Beer Commercial. 1983 via YouTube
  • Mikkelson, Barbara. “M&Ms and E.T.” Snopes.com. May 11, 2011.
  • Poe, Randall. “Invasion of the Movie Product-Pushers,” Across the Board, Jan. 1984
  • Salmans, Sandra. “Advertising: Selling via the movies” New York Times. Aug 20, 1981.
  • Sanoff, Alvin P., Steve L. Hawkins, Gordon Witkin, Sarah Peterson, Steve Hentley and Michael Bosc with Maureen Walsh of the Economic Unit, “The American Male,” U.S. News & World Report (June 3, 1985)
  • Segrave, Kerry. Product Placement in Hollywood Films: A History. McFarland, 2004.
  • Unknown. Associated Film P romotions. Unknown. Brown & Williamson Records. Unknown.
  • Weiner, Jon. “The Cigarette Papers” Frontline. PBS.org. Reprinted with permission of the author and The Nation. January 1, 1996.

14 – The making of Mr. Mom … (and Mrs. Dad) (1983)

  • American Film Institute interview. March 1, 1985.
  • American Film Institute. “Mr. Mom.” AFI Catalog of Films.
  • Beck, Marilyn. “Producer Spelling to Tackle Dallas Debutante Scene.” The Courier-Journal. August 31, 1983.
  • Browning Productions. “Virginia Slims Cigarette ads.” via YouTube. circa 1968. Cigarette ads were banned from radio and television Jan 2, 1971. John Hughes worked on print ads in the late 1970s… The song was used because you can’t hear a print slogan in a podcast. THe last cigarette ad to air on American television was for Virginia Slims. 
  • CBS Television. The Late Show with David Letterman. Interview with Michael Keaton. March 4, 2014. via YouTube
  • Douglas, Susan J. “Narcissism as Liberation.” in The Gender and Consumer Culture Reader, ed. Jennifer Scanlon, (New York: New York University Press, 2000)
  • Ebert, Roger. “Mr. Mom” RogerEbert.com. August 22, 1983.
  • Eller, Claudia and Elaine Dutka. “Ex-Mogul David Begelman Dies in Apparent Suicide : Movies: Former Columbia chief was at center of ’70s embezzlement scandal. Body is found in hotel room.” LA Times. Aug 9, 1995.
  • Elliot, Stuart. “The Media Business: Advertising; Seeking stability, Wells Rich Greene BDDP sets up a satellite shop.” New York Times. February 10, 1995.
  • Foggia, Lyla. “Mr. Mom Media Kit” written while Staff Editor and Copywriter ABC Motion Pictures. 1983
  • Garr, Teri. Speedbumps: Flooring it Through Hollywood. Penguin Audio. 2006
  • Honeycutt, Kirk. John Hughes: A Life on Film. Race Point Publishing. 2015.
  • Hughes, John. “Mr. Mom.” Sherwood Productions, Inc. 1983.
  • Hughes, John. “Mr. Mom: Eighth Draft, Fifth Revisions” Screenplay. Revisions by Norman Steinberg. Fifth revisions by Stephanie Garman & Hollace White. Jan 24, 1983.
  • KOLN/KGIN-TV. “Interview with Lynn Loring” Interview with Leta Powell Drake. date unknown 1983. via YouTube
  • Lowbrow, Yeoman. “You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby: Virginia Slims Advertising Year By Year” Flashbak.com. October 3, 2016.
  • Macnab, Geoffrey and Sharon Swart. FilmCraft: Producing. Taylor & Francis, Jul 4, 2013.
  • Maslin, Janet. Mr Mom domestic comedy. New York Times. August 26, 1983.
  • Peck, Emily. “Only 6 American Men Identified As Stay-At-Home Dads In The 1970s. Today, It’s A Different Story” Huffington Post. May 8, 2015.
  • Plume, Kenneth. “Interview with producer Lauren Schuler Donner.” IGN Filmforce. Nov 30, 2000.
  • Rothenberg, Randall. The Media Business: Advertising; A Creative Partnership Survives. New York Times. May 16, 1990.
  • Shales, Tom. “ABC’s Losing Lineup.” Washington Post. Nov 30, 1984.
  • Worldcat. Mr. Mom: Pilot. Sherwood Productions and Twentieth Century-Fox Television. Nov 30, 1984.

15 – (The almost made) Dallas Debs (~1983)

  • American Film Institute interview. March 1, 1985.
  • Archive of American Television. Interview with Aaron Spelling. emmytvlegends.org. Henry Colman conducted the interview in two sessions in Los Angeles, CA on November 18 and 24, 1999.
  • Beck, Marilyn. “Producer Spelling to tackle Dallas Debutante Scene.” The Courier Journal (Louisville, Kentucky). Aug 31, 1983.
  • Beck, Marilyn. “Aaron does Dallas.” The Courier Journal (Louisville, Kentucky). June 14, 1988.
  • Hanauer, Joan. “Dallas Debs” United Press International. Sept. 5, 1983.

16 – Savage Islands aka Nate and Hayes (1983)

  • American Film Institute. “Nate and Hayes.” AFI Catalog of Films.
  • Canby, Vincent. “‘Nate and Hayes,’ Pirates In South Pacific.” Nov 18, 1983.
  • Druett, Joan. The Notorious Captain Hayes: The Remarkable True Story of The Pirate of The Pacific. Harper Collins. Aug 2016.
  • Helford, Ross. “A Conversation with David Odell.” The Coachella Review, Spring 2013.
  • Honeycutt, Kirk. John Hughes: A Life on Film. Race Point Publishing. 2015.
  • Hughes, John. Savage Islands, Revised first Draft from an original screenplay by David Odell. Aug 17, 1982 (revised through Oct 12, 1982)
  • People staff. “Picks and Pans review: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years.” People. 17 January, 1983.
  • Phillips/Whitehouse Productions. Press package for Savage Islands. 1983.
  • United Press International. “O’Keefe Stars in Savage Islands” Journal Gazette. Sept 30, 1982.