Screenwriters -- United States -- Archival resources
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of scripts, set sketches, set blueprints, and notes for series written, produced, and/or directed by American screenwriter, director, and producer John Milius. Milius graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television, and wrote films like "Conan the Barbarian" (1982) and "Apocalypse Now" (1979).
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 contains television and film scripts, drafts of novels and manuscripts, and books that were written or collected by Richard Sale during his career as an author and screenwriter from 1937-1987.
This collection consists of manuscripts and screenplays from American writer Maximilian "Max" Shulman (1919-1988). Schulman's most famous character in both his movies and novels was Dobie Gillis.
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.