Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
The collection consists of one "Music Book-Sam Fox Moving Picture Music" by J.S. Zamecnik, Vol. 1, copyright 1913. Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Music was played by Arley Christensen Newport (Marguerite's mother), circa 1913-1915
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Includes motion pictures, videotapes, videocassettes, slides, and a few volumes
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
I hate to leave thee (10/18/33) (EU78432) -- The ice man (10/27/33) (EU78434) -- A nickel in the slot (10/18/33) (EU78433) -- Revenge (10/27/33) (EU78435) -- One times one / Eddie Dunn, Charlie Chase, Billy Gilbert, Marvin Hatley (10/18/33) (EU78430)
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
27 digital audio tapes containing studio recording sessions for Max Steiner music to the following films: "The FBI Story," "Battle Cry," "Darby's Rangers," "A Summer Place," "The Ice Palace," "The McConnell Story," "Parrish," "A Majority of One," "Cash McCall," "Band of Angels," "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs." Also included are: "A Distant Trumpet," "The FBI Story," "Darby's Rangers," and "The Hanging Tree."
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - Margaret Herrick Library
Collection Scope and Content Summary The Jeanne Woodbury collection spans the years circa 1956-2002 (bulk 1970-2002) and encompasses 13 linear feet. The material was collected during Woodbury's service as music coordinator and librarian for annual Academy Awards presentations, largely from the 1970s through 1990s. There are nearly three-dozen production binders obtained in conjunction with the annual ceremony. The binders include scripts annotated by Woodbury, as well as documentation related to music for the show.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - Margaret Herrick Library
Collection Scope and Content Summary The Van Alexander papers span the years 1937-2009 and encompass less than one linear foot. The collection consists of bound conductor scores for four films, a method book by Alexander on arranging, some correspondence, and photographs. Three of the scores are for William Castle productions, I SAW WHAT YOU DID (1965), STRAIT-JACKET (1964), and 13 FRIGHTENED GIRLS (1963).
New York Public Library
Posters manufactured between 1940 and 1991 advertising feature films, documentaries, film workshops, festivals and retrospectives, all either starring, directed by or concerned with African Americans and/or blacks worldwide -- Slightly more than half of the collection advertise film festivals, etc. sponsored by community centers, libraries, museums and othe cultural institutions, primarily in New York. Other locations include Newark, N.J., Philadelphia, Paris, Senegal and Burkino Faso. These posters often list a calender of showings, sometimes with information on the individual films. Festivals showcase the work of black directors, Paul Robeson, the black aesthetic in video art, Cuban directors, Caribbean Expressions, Senegalese filmmaking, Third World cinema and other themes
New York Public Library
Photograph of a scene from the short film "Music Hath Charms" featuring Spencer Williams, Leon Herriford and an unidentified actress
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Scope and Content Note Ozalid copies of conductor's scores of original music for the motion pictures "The North Star" (1943), and "The Red Pony" (1949). Includes piano score for the song "No Village Like Mine," with music by Copland and words by Ira Gershwin.
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains over 100 manuscript sketches and scores for Universal Pictures productions of the 1950s and 36 phonograph records and 30 audiotapes of motion picture music