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(1946) Novel: "Tales of the South Pacific" (filmed as South Pacific (1958))

(1956) Unsold pilot: Wrote a pilot about a sailboat plying the South Seas called "James Mitchener Presents a South Pacific Adventure" which starred 'Lyle Bettger'. The pilot wasn't picked up by any of the networks, but three years later the concept was reworked and became "Adventures in Paradise" (1959) starring Gardner McKay and ran from 1959-1962.

(1964) Unsold pilot: Created a pilot for a proposed action series called "Focus on Adventure" starring Robert Wagner.

(2007) Novel: "Matecumbe: A Lost Florida Novel"

(1995) Novel: "Miracle in Seville"

(1994) Novel: "Recessional"

(1992) Novel: "My Lost Mexico"

(1992) Novel: "Mexico"

(1992) Novel: "South Pacific"

(1991) Novel: "The Novel"

(1990) Novel: "The Eagle and The Raven"

(1989) Novel: "Caribbean"

(1988) Novel: "Journey"

(1988)Novel: "Alaska"

(1987) Novel: "Legacy"

(1985) Novel: "Texas"

(1983) Novel: "Poland"

(1982) Novel: "Space"

(1980) Novel: "The Covenant"

(1978) Novel: "The Watermen"

(1978) Novel: "Chesapeake"

(1974) Novel: "Centennial" (filmed as "Centennial" (1978))

(1971) Novel: "The Drifters"

(1968) Novel: "Iberia"

(1965) Novel: "The Source"

(1963) Novel: "Caravans"

(1959) Novel: "Hawaii" (filmed as Hawaii (1966))

(1954) Novel: "Sayonara" (filmed as Sayonara (1957))

(1953) Novel: "The Bridges at Toko-ri" (filmed as The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1954))

(1951) Book: "Voice of Asia"

(1950) Novel: "Return to Paradise" (filmed as Return to Paradise (1953))

(1949) Novel: "The Fires of Spring"

(1955) Stage: Wrote source material ("Tales of the South Pacific") for "South Pacific" on Broadway. Musical/drama (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan. Musical Director: Frederick Dvonch. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Costume Design by Motley. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Staged by Charles Atkin. City Center: 4 May 1955-15 May 1955 (15 performances). Cast: Richard Armbruster (as "Seaman Tom O'Brien"), Helen Baisley, Herb Banke, Emy Boselli, Warren J. Brown, Richard Collett, Sandra Deel, Clifford Fearl, Don Fellows, Nick Gentile, Richard Hildebrandt, Edith Lane, Carol Lawrence (as "Liat"), Howard Lear, Theresa Mari, Frank Maxwell, Eileen Moran, Antonio Obregon, Balentin Obregon, Louise Pearl, Michelle Reiner, Seth Riggs (as "Yeoman Herbert Quale"), J.J. Riley, Bob Rippy, Gene Saks (as "Professor"), Janice Samarie, Richard Silvera, Henry Slate, Margaret Sokal, Elaine Spaulding, Sylvia Syms (as "Bloody Mary"), Evans Thornton, Murray Vines, Ralph Vucci, Raymond Wearer, Julie Winston, Martin Wolfson (as "Capt. George Brackett, U.S.N."). Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (William Hammerstein: General Director).

(1997) Non-fiction Book: "A Century of Sonnets"

(1996) Book: "Three Great Novels of World War II"

(1996) Non-fiction Book: "This Noble Land"

(1995) Non-fiction Book: "Ventures in Editing"

(1994) Biography: "William Penn"

(1993) Non-fiction Book: "Literary Reflections"

(1993) Non-fiction Book: "Creatures of the Kingdom"

(1992) Autobiography: "The World is My Home"

(1990) Non-fiction Book: "Pilgrimage: A Memoir of Poland and Rome"

(1989) Non-fiction Book: "Six Days in Havana"

(1985) Non-fiction Book: "Michener Anthology"

(1983) Non-fiction Book: "Collectors, Forgers - And A Writer: A Memoir"

(1981) Non-fiction Book: "James A Michener's USA: The People and the Land"

(1978) Non-fiction Book: "About Centennial: Some Notes on the Novel"

(1976) Non-fiction Book: "Sports in America"

(1973) Non-fiction Book: "Firstfruits, A Harvest of 25 Years of Israeli Writing"

(1973) Non-fiction Book: "Michener Miscellany - 1950/1970"

(1971) Non-fiction Book: "Kent State: What Happened and Why"

(1970) Non-fiction Book: "The Quality of Life"

(1969) Non-fiction Book: "Presidential Lottery"

(1968) Non-fiction Book: "Iberia Travelogue"

(1968) Non-fiction Book: "The Modern Japanese Print: An Appreciation"

(1961) Non-fiction Book: "Report of the County Chairman"

(1959) Non-fiction Book: "Japanese Prints: From the Early Masters to the Modern" (with notes by Richard Lane)

(1957) Non-fiction Book: "The Bridge at Andau"

(1954) Non-fiction Book: "The Floating World"

(1939) Non-fiction Book (ed.): "The Future of the Social Studies"

(1957) Non-fiction Book: "Rascals in Paradise"

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