Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs, scripts, promotional materials, and posters related to television programs of the 20th century as collected by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Library.
Philip Ahn was a Korean American actor, WWII veteran, and USC alum. This small collection comprises primarily personal and family photographs, film and television stills, and awards and realia documenting Ahn's professional career, personal life, and his numerous involvements within the Korean community. It also contains scripts, teleplays, and some biographical materials.
This collection consists of the scripts used by Korean American actor Philip Ahn (1905-1978). Ahn has over 180 acting credits, often playing Chinese or Japanese characters. A few of his roles include parts in "Hawaiian Eye," "Hawaii Five-O," "Kung Fu," and "M.A.S.H."
This collection consists of the scripts of American actress Eleanor Audley (1905-1991). Audley acted in animated features, television series, film, Broadway, and radio programs.
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 radio program, film, and television show scripts of ventriloquist and actor Edgar Bergen (1903-1978), as well as ephemera such as certificates. Bergen's most popular ventriloquism character was Charlie McCarthy.
This collection primarily consists of Rogen Brown's creative writing, poetry, publicity photographs, and notes, 1971-1991. Besides his writing, Rogen Brown did community service work in New York City for South Central's AIDS Resistance Network and was a co-founder for the local newspaper, The Hill.
This collection contains the production and research files associated with the California Research Institute on Communist Strategy and Propaganda’s television program Communism: myth vs reality (1962).
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 contains scripts for the single-season television sitcom "Duffy's Tavern (1954) of actress Pattee Chapman (1926-2011), who played Miss Duffy on the show. Miss Duffy's parts are often circled in pencil in the scripts. There is also a VHS tape labeled as two episodes of Duffy's Tavern.