Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of David Victor (1910-1989), a journalist, producer, and writer consisting entirely of scripts and related production information for numerous radio and television series and pilots -- The majority of the scripts, many of which are annotated, pertain to the radio series The Hedda Hopper Show (NBC), The Mel Blanc Show (CBS), and Let George Do It (Syndicated), and to the television series Fireside Theatre (NBC), Gunsmoke (CBS), I'm the Law (Syndicated), The Rebel (ABC), and Walt Disney Presents (ABC). In 1961 Victor became producer of Dr. Kildare (NBC) and over half of the collection consists of production notes, correspondence, and numerous progressive script drafts for this program. Also present are scripts for two motion pictures and various radio and television auditions
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of an award-winning writer of television documentaries, including biographical material and research, production information and publicity for the NBC series "Victory at Sea," "Project XX," and "Wisdom.". -- Documentation for "Project XX" is most complete; included are scripts and drafts, correspondence, press releases, reviews, 17 soundtrack recordings, and other production information for 24 episodes. "Victory at Sea" is represented by narrations for all 26 episodes, a script for a motion picture version of the series (UA, 1954), and material pertaining to a book by Hanser and producer Henry J. Salomon, Jr. Notes, scripts, and promotional material pertain to five programs of the "Wisdom" series
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of a journalist and writer for radio, television, and theater -- The majority of the collection consists of scripts for radio and television. Although most radio files contain only one version of a script, the television materials include progressive drafts, together with correspondence and contracts. Among the best represented radio series are "Best Plays," "Doctor Six-Gun," "Five Star Matinee," "Hollywood Love Story," "The Marriage," "My Secret Story," "NBC Theatre," "NBC University Theatre," "Nick Carter," "Woman in Love," and "X Minus One." The television files include good coverage of Kinoy's work for "Big Story (NBC)," "The Defenders" (CBS), "Goodyear/Philco TV Playhouse," "Dr. Kildare" (NBC), "Naked City" (ABC), "The Marriage," "Our American Heritage" (NBC), "Roots" and "Roots: The Next Generations" (ABC), "Studio One" (CBS), the made-for-TV movies "Boston," "Chaplin," "Lincoln," "Magnificat," "Murrow," and "Skokie," and many other series and dramatic anthologies. Also ... Read More
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of E. Jack Neuman (1921-1998), a television and motion picture writer-producer, primarily comprised of files on motion pictures, television series, and made-for-TV movies which Neuman wrote and/or produced -- Made up of scripts and drafts, correspondence, production reports, and schedules, the collection demonstrates well the background research and social content for which Neuman is known. This is particularly true of files on his television adaptation of Albert Speer's memoirs, "Inside the Third Reich," and of the files on "Mr. Novak" (NBC) and "Sam Benedict" (NBC), both of which are also useful for studying network censorship, program concept development and sales, and ratings
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of a radio and television producer-director and his actress-wife -- Radio material which is the most complete aspect of the collection, includes files of annotated scripts and correspondence on The Adventures of Sam Spade, Philip Morris Playhouse, Suspense, and other series which Spier produced and directed for CBS. Television files include many scripts which he wrote including an award-winning effort for The Untouchables (ABC). Also present are extensive files on Willy (NBC), which he produced and which starred June Havoc. Her career is also represented in Lady Possessed (Republic, 1952), which Spier also directed, and by a small group of other motion picture and theater scripts
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Steven Starr (1957- ), film and television producer/writer/director Steven Starr including videotapes of the comedy show "The State" which he produced for MTV, and of his film "Joey Breaker." Also present are scripts, production notes, and clipping files; a Starr Pictures company profile for Clein and White publicity agents; correspondence on a proposed Bob Marley birthday concert; and other materials
State Library of Queensland
Collection of screenplays, television scripts, correspondence and interview transcripts by Ginny Lowndes
University of Oregon
The collection comprises papers of American author and screenwriter Gerry Day (1949-1975) and contains manuscripts of screenplays, screen stories, and television series, published stories/articles, and correspondence, 1949-1975. The initial donation of 1968 is organized into series. Series I: Screenplays consist of manuscript material including outlines, drafts, and revised versions for four titles. Series II: Screen Stories include manuscripts for three titles. Series III: Television Scripts include manuscripts of episodes for the television series Whiplash, The Ford Television Theatre, The Outcasts, Wagon Train, Temple Houston, Laredo, Court Martial (also known as Attorneys at War), and Judd for the Defense. Scripts are organized by title of episode and TV series title and production information is included and noted on the paper finding aid. Manuscript material includes story outlines, multiple drafts and revisions, production versions, corrections and notes, and teleplays. Series ... Read More
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts (novels, articles, scripts), correspondence, printed materials, personal memorabilia, photographs, financial records, research and legal materials, diaries, and other papers
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection includes mainly scripts Benoff wrote for radio and television shows including "Duffy's Tavern" and "Life with Luigi." The script for "Bless the Beasts and the Children" is also included. There are also plays and other writings by Benoff, correspondence, writing ideas and outlines, and photographs of Benoff


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