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This collection consists of scripts and some related production files for 44 episodes of the television series "I Spy" used by Morton Fine (1916-1991) in his role as a producer and writer on the show.
This collection consists of scripts of American producer and writer Richard Gollance (1950-2019). Scripts are prefaced with a shooting schedule. Gollance worked on the television series "Beverly Hills 90210," "Falcon Crest," and "Knots Landing."
This collection contains television scripts, often annotated by writer Robert Hamner (1928-1996), for series including Lost in Space (1967), Mission Impossible (1968), A Man Called Shenandoah (1966), Run For Your Life (1967), The Fugitive (1965), Hawaiian Eye (1962), My Friend Tony (1968), 77 Sunset Strip (1963), Star Trek (1966), and The Name of the Game (1968).
This collection contains screenplays and outlines for a small number of projects worked on or collected by American television screenwriter Jean Holloway (1917-1989). Projects include the movie Jaws (1974), an episode of Gunsmoke (1974), and 14 episodes of the television show "The Family Holvak" (1974-1975).
This collection consists of scripts and video tapes of American director, producer, screenwriter, and actor Randal Kleiser (born 1946).
This collection consists of scripts of screenwriter and television producer Liam O'Brien (1913-1996). These include scripts for the television series "Police Story," as well as research that went into the series.
This collection contains the scripts of American screenwriter and producer Larry Rhine (1910-2000) and American actress Hazel Shermet (1920-2016). Larry Rhine wrote for radio and television programs. Hazel Shermet was an actress for radio, theater, film, and television. Robert Rhine, their son and an actor and writer, contributed to the collecting of these scripts.
This collection contains the papers of American writer Howard Rodman (1920-1985). Materials include radio scripts, treatments, outlines, television scripts, screenplays, and miscellaneous short stories written by Rodman.
This collection consists of scripts, magazine and newspaper articles, set designs, and photographs of American television screenwriter and producer Sherwood Schwartz (1916-2011). Schwartz created the television shows "Gilligan's Island" and "The Brady Bunch," which make up the majority of the collection content.
This collection chiefly consists of the television scripts of screenwriter, editor, and producer Aubrey Solomon, dating from the late 1970s to the mid-1980s. There are also photocopies of film information for Twentieth Century-Fox releases and two interviews and audiovisual materials.