Motion picture producers and directors -- Archival resources
Found in 47 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).
James L. Ball, Ph.D., known as "Buddy" Ball, produced films, records, and videos from about 1977 to 1997 for a variety of audiences including African American churches and other Christian groups, crafters, gay men, and horror fans. The collection includes corporate records, personal papers, and photographs documenting his varied activities from his early career as an educator to his involvement in motorcycle clubs to his inclusion in the banned-in-Britain "Video nasties" list.
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.
This collection contains production files for twelve American film projects of German director William Dieterle (1893-1972), dating from 1936 to 1950. The files chiefly include production and wardrobe stills, research files, and outlines.
This collection from American director and producer Bob Finkel (1918-2012) contains scripts and video tapes. Scripts include those for the People's Choice Awards, the Emmy Awards, "Circus of the Stars," and more. Video tapes include recordings of shows that Finkel worked on, including multiple Bing Crosby television specials. One box includes watercolor paintings.
This collection consists of scripts of French-American director Robert Florey (1900-1979). Florey directed episodes in television series including "The Magical World of Disney," "Four Star Playhouse," "The Twilight Zone," and "The Loretta Young Show."
This collection consists of American film producer David Foster (1929-2019) expenses, scripts, videotapes, and photographs. Foster created films such as "The Fog" (2005) and "The River Wild" (1994), included in this collection. Foster graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television in 1953.