Television producers and directors -- Archival resources
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
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 two boxes of newspapers, magazines, and other news publications related to the trial of O.J. Simpson. It also includes two boxes of press books for film releases from the 1960s to the 1970s.
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 the papers of Canadian born television and Broadway producer Pierre Cossette (1923-2009). The collection includes scripts, stage designs, contracts, press releases, actor headshots and resumes, video tapes, budgets, the Grammy Awards, personal papers, and drafts of his book, Another Day In Showbiz: One Producer's Journey.
This collection from American director and producer Bob Finkel (1918-2012) contains scripts and videotapes. Scripts include those for the People's Choice Awards, the Emmy Awards, "Circus of the Stars," and more. Videotapes include recordings of shows that Finkel worked on, including multiple Bing Crosby television specials.
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 scripts, storyboards, and a few newspaper clippings from the work of American film and television director John Frankenheimer (1930-2002).