Difference between revisions of "Pressbooks and press kits"

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These are ART Vols. cataloged by book catalogers. Pressbooks were issued by studios to help theater owners promote particular films. Souvenir programs can be for either films or stage productions.
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These are ART Vols. cataloged by modern materials catalogers. Pressbooks were issued by studios to help theater owners promote particular films; they often include information about the film in addition to recommended advertising strategies. Souvenir programs can be for either films or stage productions.
Make a 500 note on the nature of the resource.
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500 Souvenir booklet from Katharine Cornell's 1947 production of Antony and Cleopatra.
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*Add a [[MARC 500 General note|500 note]] on the nature of the resource.
Make the appropriate 655.
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<pre> 500   Souvenir booklet from Katharine Cornell's 1947 production of Antony and Cleopatra. </pre>
Make 6xx's for the names of prominent actors, characters, and the play, depicted. If for a film, also make a 630 for the uniform title of the motion picture, depicted and a 730 for the motion picture.
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*Add the appropriate genre term in a [[MARC 655 Index Term - Genre/Form|655 field]].
Make a 700 for the original play.
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<pre> 655 7 Souvenir programs. ‡2 rbgenr </pre>
Make a 700 name/title added entry for the original play.
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*Add 6xx entries for the names of prominent actors, characters, and the play, depicted. If for a film, also add a 630 for the uniform title of the motion picture, depicted, and a 730 for the motion picture.
Make a 7xx for the film or theater company promoting the film or production.
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*Add a 700 for the original play.
630 00 Ran (Motion picture), ǂe depicted. (or just the uniform title without "depicted"?)
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*Add a 700 name/title added entry for the original play.
600 10 Shakespeare, William. ǂt King Lear, ǂe depicted.  
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*Add a 7xx for the film or theater company promoting the film or production.
730 0  Ran (Motion picture).  
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<pre> 630 00 Ran (Motion picture), ‡e depicted. (or just the uniform title without "depicted"?) </pre>
700 1  Shakespeare, William. ǂt King Lear.
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<pre> 600 10 Shakespeare, William. ‡t King Lear, ‡e depicted. </pre>
710 2  Theatre Guild.
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<pre> 730 0  Ran (Motion picture). </pre>
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<pre> 730 0  King Lear </pre>
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<pre> 700 1  Shakespeare, William. ‡t King Lear. </pre>
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<pre> 710 2  Theatre Guild.</pre>
  
 
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These are ART Vols. cataloged by modern materials catalogers. Pressbooks were issued by studios to help theater owners promote particular films; they often include information about the film in addition to recommended advertising strategies. Souvenir programs can be for either films or stage productions.

  • Add a 500 note on the nature of the resource.
 500   Souvenir booklet from Katharine Cornell's 1947 production of Antony and Cleopatra. 
  • Add the appropriate genre term in a 655 field.
 655  7 Souvenir programs. ‡2 rbgenr 
  • Add 6xx entries for the names of prominent actors, characters, and the play, depicted. If for a film, also add a 630 for the uniform title of the motion picture, depicted, and a 730 for the motion picture.
  • Add a 700 for the original play.
  • Add a 700 name/title added entry for the original play.
  • Add a 7xx for the film or theater company promoting the film or production.
 630 00 Ran (Motion picture), ‡e depicted. (or just the uniform title without "depicted"?) 
 600 10 Shakespeare, William. ‡t King Lear, ‡e depicted. 
 730 0  Ran (Motion picture). 
 730 0  King Lear 
 700 1  Shakespeare, William. ‡t King Lear. 
 710 2  Theatre Guild.