This record most likely belongs in Box 1, Folder 16: “Earl Kemp Correspondence [Robert Bloch], 10-Jun-62.” The letter appears to be a response to the one sent by Earl on May 17, 1962. It discusses how Bob is waiting to see if Bob Briney will be able to provide the pictures for the slides Bob (author) is wanting for his talk. The letter also discusses he is working on his first Hitchcock show for the new hour length series, a rerun of THRILLER, and a new HITCHCOCK on June 19th. There is mentions of CALIGARI being out soon though heard the director, “…loused up my (Bob) dialogue and also botched the filming.” In Folder 16, there is a letter from Robert Bloch which mentions he only has one copy of CALIGARI wants to keep while the other copy has changes made by Kay that he never wants to show. This is most likely referring to the movie THE CABINET OF CALIGARI, directed by Roger Kay. According to IMDb, Robert Bloch wrote the screenplay to the movie along with a few episodes for Hitchcock’s shows.