In 1968, Harry Nilsson began work on a Broadway musical he conceived about the Wright Brothers. To help write the book for "How Wright You Are," Nilsson enlisted David Sontag and John Bradford. Nilsson would provide the score. They intended to use the "living screen technique developed in Czechoslovakia" as well as "projections and graphics."
"Nilsson is said to have completed 14 songs, while Sontag and Bradford are into the second act of the book."
The play was never produced, but Alyn Shipton found a "substantial draft" of the work, renamed "Orville and Wilbur," in Harry's personal files. It is based on Orville Wright's long struggle to get the Smithsonian to acknowledge that the Wrights had built and flown the first successful powered airplane.
-  A TV producer and writer who helped create and produce Playboy After Dark
-  Most likely, the TV writer known for The Judy Garland Show and The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
-  This probably a reference to "Laterna magika," a multimedia theater experience developed in Czechoslovakia. (https:/
/) en. wikipedia. org/ wiki/ Magician%27s_Lantern
-  The Morning Call (Paterson, New Jersey), Hobe Morrison (1968-12-11) "An Airborne Musical?"
-  Alyn Shipton. Oxford University Press. (2013) "Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter"