A descriptive category such as collection name, production company, genre, etc, may be used as the first part of the supplied title.  When there is more than one work in the same descriptive category, use a number to distinguish them.  Use the probable or questionable title as the last part of the supplied title.  The probable or questionable title may also be used alone as the supplied title.

If a title is questionable, include a question mark within the brackets.  Give the source of the probable or questionable title and any other relevant information in a note.

245 00 $a [Tusler Collection. $p A writer's dream].

500 ## $a Title from donor inventory. $5 DLC (Use institution’s local code.)
(This is the only unidentified work in the Tusler Collection.)

245 00 $a [Biograph. $n No. 1, $p Oh, the sweet angel].

245 00 $a [Biograph. $n No. 2, $p After Jack's marriage].

245 00 $a [Melodrama. $p Under cloudy skies?].

246 30 $a Under cloudy skies

500 ## $a Tentative title from paperwork and can of original nitrate material. $5 DLC (Use institution’s local code.)

245 05 $a [The letter].

500 ## $a Title from can and summary found in secondary source. $5 DLC (Use institution’s local code.)

The name of a cast member or production company, a genre, or other significant information may also be used as part of a descriptive phrase.

245 00 $a [Dawson City Collection. $n No. 69, $p Pathé drama-- Avenged by the sea].

246 30 $a Avenged by the sea

500 ## $a Title on film, Avenged by the sea, may be intertitle or main title.

See also:

1F2. Structuring supplied titles without form terms

1F.  Structuring supplied titles

1.  Title and Statement of Responsibility Area