Screenwriters -- United States -- Archival resources
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of the production papers, photographs, video tapes, and clippings of American screenwriter and film producer Charles Gary Allison (1938-2008).
This collection contains the papers of American screenwriter Edward Anhalt (1914-2000), dating from 1949 to 1969. Materials include scripts and related items for thirty films and television programs (several unproduced).
This collection consists of America producer and writer Hans Beimler's collection of VHS tapes, scripts, and other papers for television series and movies that he worked on. Programs represented in this collection include "TekWars," "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," and "Beyond Reality."
This collection consists of scripts and production material for the 1969 television production of Arsenic and Old Lace by writer Luther Davis (1921-2008). It includes drafts of the television script, a model of the set for the television production, reviews of the television program, and a printed copy of the script for the stage play version.
Collection consists of scripts and essays written by director, writer, producer William C. DeMille (1878-1955) and his wife writer Clara Beranger (1886-1956). Also includes clippings, playbills, correspondence, and miscellaneous production materials covering the years 1896-1953.
Clyde E. Elliott was a film director, producer, and writer, who was best known for directing the 1932 film, Bring 'Em Back Alive, starring Frank Buck. Clyde Elliott's papers include story treatments, news articles, correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs.
This collection consists of scripts and video tapes for shows and films written and produced by Steve Gethers (1922-1989). These include made for television films and shows like "The Bing Crosby Show," "The Farmer's Daughter, and "The Jean Arthur 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."