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The Marvin and Mary Carlock Fireside Theatre scripts collection consists of scripts and reels of 16mm film from the television series Fireside Theatre, from 1949-1954. Scripts are present at the Cinematic Arts Library while film reels are housed at the USC Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive.
Scripts were written byFireside Theatre creator, director, and writer Frank Wisbar (1899-1967).
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.
Fred Freiberger (1915-2003) was an American film and television writer and producer. This collection includes production reports, various writers' files, and episode treatments and scripts for Star Trek and Ben Casey with dates ranging from 1956-1969. Some of Freiberger's own writing is present as plays, screenplays, and treatments.
This collection contains scripts, budgets, and various files related to the production of the Dean Martin Show, dating from 1965 to 1969.
This collection consists of the scripts and awards of American associate director Sam Gary.
This collection consists of the scripts of American assistant director Richard Gershman.
This collection contains scripts and production files for the American crime television show Remington Steele (1982-1987), received from co-creator, writer, and executive producer Michael Gleason (1938-2016).
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 consists of the scripts, production information, photographs, and realia of American radio, television, and film producer Sandy Howard (1927-2008).