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Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Films, 1968-2011

Series II. De Niro Projects, 1960s-2007

Series III. Early Career and Career-Related, 1960s-2005

Series I. Films, 1968-2011

Series II. De Niro Projects, 1960s-2007

Series III. Early Career and Career-Related, 1960s-2005

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Robert De Niro:

A Preliminary Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: De Niro, Robert , 1943-
Title: Robert De Niro Papers
Dates: 1960s-2011
Abstract: The Robert De Niro Papers include scripts plus related production, publicity, and research materials for sixty-nine films documenting De Niro's career from the 1968 film Greetings through Limitless released in 2011. A smaller amount of materials document his early career, including stage and television work. There are also files on projects considered and other career-related materials.
Call Number: Film Collection FI-5100
Extent: 267 boxes, 110 oversize boxes, 284 bound volumes, 11 oversize folders (137.5 linear feet)
Language: Predominantly English; some Italian-language materials are present.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Scope and Contents

The extraordinary breadth of actor, director, and producer Robert De Niro's cinematic career from the 1960s through 2011 is reflected in his collection of papers, film, movie props, and costumes at the Ransom Center. De Niro is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of his generation and a key figure in "The New Hollywood," an artistic renaissance that began in the late 1960s. He appeared in many of the period's key films: Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), The Godfather: Part II (1974), and The Deer Hunter (1978). De Niro has produced more than two dozen films since the late 1980s and directed A Bronx Tale (1993) and The Good Shepherd (2006).

The papers described in this finding aid include De Niro's heavily-annotated scripts and correspondence, stage play and photographic material from his early career, make-up and wardrobe photographs, wardrobe continuity books, costume designs, and posters, as well as extensive production, publicity, and research material. The collection focuses exclusively on De Niro's professional career: while some congratulatory correspondence and exchanges with his colleagues provide insight into the personal side of his working relationships, De Niro's private life remains private. The papers are arranged in three series: I. Films, 1968-2011 (243 boxes, 104 oversize boxes, 255 bound volumes, 9 oversize folders); II. De Niro Projects, 1960s-2007 (17 boxes, 19 bound volumes, 2 oversize folders); and III. Early Career and Career-Related, 1960s-2005 (7 boxes, 6 oversize boxes, 9 bound volumes).

Most of the papers are located in the first series, Films, which includes scripts plus related production, publicity, and research materials for sixty-nine films documenting De Niro's career from the 1968 film Greetings through Limitless released in 2011. While the type and amount of material present varies from film to film, there is not only abundant evidence of De Niro's rigorous preparation for his acting roles from the large amounts of research material present and his copious notations in scripts, but also insight into the collaborative nature of his work with a variety of noted writers, directors, actors, and other film artists. The evolution of many screenplays can also be traced, often from the original source material and through numerous drafts to the final shooting script. The close attention paid to the details of wardrobe, make-up, and hairstyle design and continuity is also evident and particularly well-represented in the production materials.

Series II., De Niro Projects, includes plays, screenplays, and television scripts received, reviewed, or considered. The majority of the works originate from writers and directors with whom De Niro has long been closely associated and include scripts for such notable film and television projects as Apocalypse Now, A Bridge Too Far, Gangs of New York, Glengarry Glen Ross, Hoffa, The Last Temptation of Christ, Rule #3, Street Kings, and Weeds.

The final series, Early Career and Career-Related, contains articles about De Niro, early contracts, correspondence, and photographs as well as materials related to awards, public appearances, and tributes. Of special note are photographs, résumés, programs, and reviews documenting De Niro's student work and early stage roles. Much of the correspondence in the collection is located in this series, often congratulatory in nature or related to shared projects. Correspondents include friends and industry colleagues, such as Kenneth Branagh, Michael Cimino, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Ron Howard, Roland Joffé, Harvey Keitel, George Lucas, David Mamet, Al Pacino, Harold Pinter, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Lee Strasberg, Jack Valenti, and Harvey Weinstein, among others. A complete index of all correspondent names in this series is included in this finding aid.

A portion of an addition to the original accession was processed and added to the inventory in 2012. Some materials remain unprocessed and will be made available at a future date. These include a considerable amount of material received for The Good Shepherd (2006).

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research; please see following Special Handling Instructions and Redactions Note.

Special Handling Instructions:

Most of the scripts in this collection have been left in an unaltered or minimally processed state to provide the reader with the look and feel of the original as De Niro used it. When handling unbound scripts, or scripts with inserted materials, users are asked to be extremely careful in retaining the original order of the material. Script pages folded length-wise by De Niro are likewise to remain folded in keeping with original order.

Potentially harmful or damaging materials such as paperclips, self-adhesive "sticky" notes, metal brads, and clasps were removed during physical processing. Processing notes were inserted where paperclips and sticky notes were removed. In many cases paper-clipped sections were placed in white paper sleeves. Some surrogate preservation photocopies were substituted for the original items, such as faxes, and the surrogate copies are identified by a statement at the top of the page. The original faxes have been retained with the photocopies, although in time the faxed pages will fade beyond recognition.

Redactions Note:

The production and research materials contain a number of items from which personal information has been redacted or restricted to protect an individual's privacy. Examples are social security, telephone, and account numbers; the names of medical patients and prisoners; and personnel records. The originals were removed and have been replaced with redacted photocopies, which have an identifying statement at the top.

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Related Material

The Stella Adler, David Mamet, and Tom Stoppard collections at the Ransom Center contain additional De Niro-related material.

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Separated Material

De Niro's costumes, film props, moving images, and personal effects are housed in related departments within the Ransom Center.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 2006-2008 (G12588)

Processed by:

Liz Murray, Katherine Mosley, and Bob Taylor, 2008; Ancelyn Krivak, 2012

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Films, 1968-2011

The bulk of the De Niro Papers are located in this series and comprise materials from sixty-nine films dating from De Niro's 1968 film Greetings through Limitless released in 2011. Some materials remain unprocessed and will be made available at a future date, including a considerable amount of material received for The Good Shepherd (2006). Materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by film title, and subsequently items for each film are consistently arranged in this order: screenplays first, followed by production, publicity, and research materials.
Screenplays
Screenplays are heavily represented in the collection and are present for all of De Niro's acting roles. The number of screenplays present for each film varies from film to film, but most are represented by multiple versions. For example, Meet the Fockers has thirty-five scripts written steadily over the course of three years, while Raging Bull has twenty scripts that evolved intermittently from conception to completion over a span of about ten years.
Modern screenplays are notorious for their variant titles, multiple writers, and numerous re-writes, and the De Niro scripts are no exception. Working with information provided on the title pages and dated revisions, multiple scripts for individual films have been arranged in their probable order of creation, although undated scripts and inserted revisions make definitive sequencing difficult. The films Analyze This and Meet the Fockers provide good examples of a complex array of scripts with more than a dozen writers and derivative drafts.
Descriptions of individual scripts in the following folder list are often limited to the date of the original script and, for subsequent revisions, the date last revised. Variant titles, draft numbers or other draft identifications (e.g., "final shooting script"), and writer names are also included if present. The descriptions frequently also include either "with RDN notes" or "no RDN notes." De Niro's handwritten annotation of scripts is a hallmark of his working method; rendered in ink, these annotations are primarily dialogue and script changes and notes regarding his role.
Shooting scripts are present for most of the films. In most cases, the shooting scripts designated in the finding aid are the ones De Niro used during filming. They are heavily annotated with De Niro's handwritten notes and are often bound in three-ring binders full of inserted script revisions and production material. The Raging Bull shooting script contained a particularly large amount of inserted material; in order to preserve it and also retain its original order, a facsimile copy was created and is available for research use.
Production materials
The production materials in the De Niro Papers reflect the myriad tasks involved in film-making. While nearly all the De Niro films contain some production materials, their type and quantity varies from film to film. Among the types of items present are ADR (automated dialogue replacement) sheets, call sheets, casting lists and résumés, contact and crew lists, dialogue notes, one-liner and shooting schedules, continuity and make-up photographs, production reports, production stills, recruited audience preview reports, storyboards, De Niro's handwritten notes, production-related memos and correspondence, congratulatory correspondence, and wardrobe continuity and inventory lists. Several films also include original costume, tattoo, and set designs, as well as location photography.
Photographs dominate the production materials in terms of sheer volume and include hair/make-up, wardrobe, and production stills. The prints are largely in 4x6-inch and Polaroid formats, but also include 8x10-inch and oversize. Prints have been arranged by roll number and sleeved in frame order. Frame order is especially critical for documenting make-up application, as evidenced by more than 3,000 prints for Frankenstein. For this film, De Niro endured a full-body plaster cast used to create a body suit that transformed him into "The Creature." Shot by shot, the photographs document the painstaking 16-hour make-up sessions, capturing the intricate application of face, hair, and body prosthetics in incredible detail. The Polaroids are primarily make-up and wardrobe continuity prints and are often marked with scene numbers and other pertinent information. In some cases, metal rings or safety pins were used for portability on the set and to retain scene sequence. For the film Awakenings, 135 continuity Polaroids on a single ring record the state of De Niro's hair and beard for each scene, to guarantee continuity over multiple takes and reshoots.
Wardrobe continuity material is present for more than a dozen films, ranging from a few sheets to binders with up to seventy pages. Typically, wardrobe items were listed in detail on specially-formatted sheets and supplemented with Polaroids showing De Niro in costume, as well as individual items such as shoes and jewelry. Because overlapping Polaroids were often taped onto the wardrobe sheets and presented a handling problem, facsimiles were made of some of the wardrobe continuity material in the collection.
Publicity materials
This category of film material is the least prevalent in this series, and the amount and type varies from film to film. Publicity materials include advertising graphics and layouts, articles and reviews, award nomination certificates, correspondence and memos, marketing and promotional materials, posters, premiere programs and tickets, press kits, press junket itineraries, press releases, publicity and studio stills, screening cards and invitations, and tour information.
Research material
De Niro is well known for thoroughly researching and preparing for his acting roles. In addition to articles, pamphlets, chapter sections, and other printed material, the collection includes 266 books used for research on topics ranging from mobsters and tattoos to Jesuits and baseball. For each film, the books are arranged by author and title within the research section and each book was assigned a BV (bound volume) number. Some of these books are inscribed to De Niro and De Niro also annotated many of the volumes with handwritten notes. Many of the books originally contained loose items; these items have been withdrawn and placed into folders. Withdrawals from bound volumes are denoted with an asterisk in the folder list. Research material for Cape Fear and The Mission is particularly extensive.
Some correspondence and production memoranda are scattered throughout Series I. and selected correspondents appear in the Index of Selected Correspondents included in this finding aid.

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Series II. De Niro Projects, 1960s-2007

Throughout De Niro's long career, a great quantity of script material has come his way for consideration. The plays, screenplays, and television scripts in this series are some of the projects that held De Niro's interest although, for a variety of reasons, his involvement remained limited. The projects material has been arranged alphabetically by title. The majority of works include writers and directors with whom De Niro has long been closely associated, such as Michael Cimino, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, George Gallo, Michael V. Gazzo, William Goldman, Elia Kazan, Robert Kuhn, David Mamet, Michael Powell, Richard Price, Paul Schrader, Martin Scorsese, and David Seltzer. Notable television and film projects in this series include Apocalypse Now, A Bridge Too Far, Gangs of New York, Glengarry Glen Ross, Hoffa, The Last Temptation of Christ, Rule #3, Street Kings, and Weeds.

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Series III. Early Career and Career-Related, 1960s-2005

This series contains articles about De Niro, books retained for general research and received as gifts, early contracts, correspondence, and photographs. Also included is material related to public appearances, tributes, and film series.
Much of the correspondence in the collection is located in this series, often congratulatory in nature or related to shared projects. Correspondents include friends and industry colleagues, such as Giorgio Armani, Lauren Bacall, Robert Bolt, Kenneth Branagh, Ellen Burstyn, Michael Cimino, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Barry Diller, Richard Dreyfuss, Dominick Dunne, Jane Fonda, Whoopi Goldberg, Tom Hayden, Israel Horovitz, Ron Howard, Roland Joffé, Garson Kanin, Elia Kazan, Harvey Keitel, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Martin Landau, George Lucas, David Mamet, Marsha Mason, Al Pacino, Joseph Papp, Jane Pauley, Harold Pinter, Richard Pryor, Cliff Robertson, Oliver Sacks, Martin Scorsese, Gene Shalit, Steven Spielberg, Sharon Stone, Lee Strasberg, Emma Thompson, Jack Valenti, Harvey Weinstein, Robin Williams, Henry Winkler, Shelley Winters, and Franco Zeffirelli, among others. An index of all correspondent names in this series is included in this finding aid.
Photographs occupy a large portion of this series and contain significant images from the early days of De Niro's career. De Niro created his own résumé head shots, the earliest of which lists his acting experience through 1963. This series of photographs ends in the early 1970s with the appearance of studio publicity stills for films such as Bloody Mama and Mean Streets. The résumés attached to many of the head shots, some with four different images per print, provide valuable information regarding De Niro's stage performances that date from his days in training with The Dramatic Workshop, Luther James Studio, Stella Adler Theatre Studio, and Raphael Kelly. These résumés include the parts he played in repertory theater, tours, commercials, performances at Hunter College and Sarah Lawrence College, the off-Broadway shows, and early films including Greetings and The Wedding Party. Often play reviews are also attached to the head shots. In addition, there are programs and production photographs for many of these early plays. Titles include The Boor, Generation, Glamour, Glory & Gold, Kool Aid, One Night Stands of a Noisy Passenger, Tchin-Tchin, and The World of Günter Grass.

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Folder List

 

Series I. Films, 1968-2011

15 Minutes (2001)
Screenplays, by John Herzfeld; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
1.1 Draft, undated
Revised drafts
Box.Folder
1.2 24 November 1998, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
1.3 31 December 1998, with RDN notes
19 February 1999
Box.Folder
1.4 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
1.5 With transcript excerpts of taped conversations re script with RDN, Mike Sheehan, and Herzfeld
Box.Folder
1.6 1 April 1999, interim draft with RDN notes; first half of script with dual pagination, with letter from Herzfeld to RDN
Box.Folder
1.7 re 14 April 1999 revision; letter of 15 April 1999 from Herzfeld to RDN outlining changes in partial interim draft
Box.Folder
1.8 10 May 1999, complete, with dual pagination; plus five pages of script revised 9 June 1999
Box.Folder
2.1 26 July 1999, cumulative revisions, "shooting draft"; with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
2.2 Call sheets, contact list, continuity list of scenes, correspondence, crew lists, shooting schedule for re-shoots
Box.Folder
2.3 "DV camera report,"1999
Photographs
Box.Folder
2.4-8 Make-up/hair and wardrobe photographs
Box.Folder
3.1 Photograph of RDN, Charlize Theron, John Herzfeld, and Edward Burns; inscribed to RDN by Herzfeld
Box.Folder
3.2 Script revisions and additional shoots, 13 January through 7 April 2000
Box.Folder
3.3 Wardrobe continuity sheets [facsimile] and wardrobe lists
1900 (1976)
Screenplays, by Bernardo Bertolucci, Franco Arcalli, and Giuseppe Bertolucci
5 April 1973, "Novecento," in Italian
Box.Folder
3.4 First part
Box.Folder
3.5 Second part
Box.Folder
3.6 23 January 1974, "1900," in English
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
3.7, 231.1 Articles and reviews, 1975-1976
Box.Folder
3.8 Production photographs
Box
328 Photograph album, bound, inscribed to RDN by Bernardo Bertolucci
Research materials, bound volume
BV
1 Di Giovanni, Norman Thomas. 1900 (1977)
About a Boy (2002, RDN producer)
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
3.9 Casting, "Marcus" readings, 15 February 2001
Box.Folder
3.10-4.1* Articles and reviews (*oversize newspaper clippings removed to box 203)
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000)
Screenplays titled "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Movie," by Kenneth Lonergan
Box.Folder
4.2 20 January 1999, "blue draft," revised by Doug Chamberlin and Chris Webb through 18 February 1999; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
4.3 22 February 1999, "buff draft," revised by Lonergan; "Brenda" written on title page
Box.Folder
4.4 8 March 1999, cumulative revisions to buff draft
Production materials
Box.Folder
4.5 Continuity and automated dialogue replacement (ADR) sheets, DVD menu screens
Box
204 Costume design research for Fearless Leader, Boris, and Natasha characters
Photographs
Box.Folder
4.6-7 Continuity photographs and stills
Box
171 "Fitting photos for Fearless Leader," in binder with nine facsimile pages
Box.Folder
4.8-5.1-9 Make-up/wardrobe photographs
Box.Folder
5.10 Reports from recruited audience previews, February-June 2000
Box
172 Storyboards
Publicity materials
Box
203 Correspondence and proofs of marketing material for in-theater kids' meal promotion; one-sheet poster proof
Box
204 "Official Style Guide" for spin-off product design
Box.Folder
5.11 Press kit quote selection, promotional appearances, reviews, world premiere screening
Research materials, bound volumes
BV
2* Maloney, Mike. Flash! Splash! Crash!: All at Sea with Cap'n Bob (1996) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
3* Shawcross, William. Murdoch: The Making of a Media Empire (1997) (*loose items withdrawn)
Analyze That (2002)
Screenplays, by Peter Steinfeld
Box.Folder
231.2 17 April 2001, partial script, photocopy, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.3 19 April 2001, partial script, "Peter's first pass," no RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.4 8 June 2001, with "Table read program" list of actors, Vitti's lines highlighted in yellow
Box.Folder
231.5 8 June 2001, with scene numbers, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.6 Undated partial script (to page 53), no RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.7 Undated partial script (to page 71), no RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.8 5 August 2001, partial script, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.9 31 August 2001, revised second draft, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
231.10 30 November 2001 draft, with RDN notes and reader's notes
Box.Folder
232.1 30 November 2001 draft, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
232.2 Undated script, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
6.1 23 January 2002, second revision, revised by Harold Ramis and Peter Tolan
Box.Folder
6.2 6 February 2002, third revision, revised by Ramis
Box.Folder
232.3 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
6.3, 232.4 "With official scene numbers"
Box.Folder
6.4 With RDN notes, plus eight pages of script revised 13 February 2002
Subsequent revisions, all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
6.5 Includes inserted script pages
Box.Folder
6.6 Marked "RDN"
Box.Folder
6.7 13 March 2002, marked "AT 2"
Box.Folder
7.1 15 March 2002, marked "HR/PT"
Box.Folder
7.2 No RDN notes, marked "AT2, HR, PT"
Box.Folder
7.3 17 March 2002
Box.Folder
7.4 Undated, lacks title page
Box.Folder
7.5 26 March 2002, "final shooting script" by Ramis and Tolan; with official scene numbers and RDN notes
Box.Folder
7.6 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
7.7 28 March 2002, partial script, "Chazz Palminteri" on title page; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
8.1 1 April 2002, partial script; with RDN notes and note from Ramis
Subsequent revisions to 26 March 2002 final shooting script; all without RDN notes
Box.Folder
8.2 2 April 2002, blue revised pages
Box.Folder
8.3 10 April 2002, pink revised pages
Box.Folder
232.5 Script in RDN binder, blue revised 2 April 2002 and pink revised 10 April 2002
Box.Folder
8.4 14 April 2002, yellow revised pages
Box.Folder
8.5 "Complete script with all versions"
Box.Folder
8.6 4 June 2002, complete
Box.Folder
8.7 14 June 2002, complete
Box.Folder
8.8 Script revision fragments, various dates
Production and publicity materials
Box
203 Layouts for newspaper ads
Box.Folder
9.1-5 Photographs, make-up/hair/wardrobe continuity, including some photographs from Analyze This
Posters
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box
203 Proofs, on foamcore
Box.Folder
9.6 Revised script pages, post production schedules, contact lists
Box
173 Wardrobe continuity book for RDN's Paul Vitti character, facsimile
Analyze This (1999)
Screenplays, various screenwriters; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
10.1 14 November 1996, "Tolan/Crystal/2nd revised draft," no RDN notes; with Richard Loncraine's notes on "2nd revised draft 11/1/96," and RDN's comments
Revised by Richard Gallo
Box.Folder
10.2 27 February 1997, with Gallo's scene breakdown dated 7 February 1997
Box.Folder
10.3 12 March 1997; includes "notes after script meeting 28/3/97"
Box.Folder
10.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
10.5 16 April 1997; includes research material and faxes from Loncraine, 18 April 1997
Revised by Harold Ramis and others
Box.Folder
10.6 15 August 1997, with note from Ramis
Box.Folder
10.7 5 September 1997, by Peter Tolan and George Gallo
Scripts by Phoef Sutton, Kenneth Lonergan, Tolan, Gallo, and Billy Crystal
Box.Folder
11.1 19 December 1997
Box.Folder
11.2 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
11.3 27 January 1998; includes "Analyze This outline 2/11/98" and "notes to George Gallo on Gallo l"
Box.Folder
11.4 14 March 1998, by Sutton, Lonergan, Tolan, Gallo, Ramis; revision by Mort Nathan, Barry Fanaro, and Ramis
Box.Folder
11.5 12 May 1998, by Sutton, Lonergan, Tolan, Crystal, Gallo, Ramis, Nathan, Fanaro; revised by Ramis and Tolan; marked "not for distribution"
Box.Folder
11.6 26 May 1998, lacks title page, marked "HR" and "not for distribution"
Box.Folder
12.1 27 May 1998, lacks title page, "unofficial draft,""FYI only and not for distribution"; handwritten scene numbers and changes, not in RDN's hand; no RDN notes
Box
174 1 June 1998, shooting script by Kenneth Lonergan, revised by Sutton, et al.; current revisions by Ramis as of 22 July 1998
Box.Folder
232.6 1 June 1998 revised through 22 July 1998, in presentation binder, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
12.2 Script fragments, various dates
Box.Folder
233.1 RDN script binder, empty, undated
Production materials
Box.Folder
12.3 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) line sheets, television ADR, and correspondence re DVD release
Box.Folder
12.4 Casting
Photographs
Box.Folder
12.5-6 Make-up/hair/wardrobe
Box.Folder
12.7 Production and publicity stills; Phil Caruso, photographer
Box
175 Wardrobe continuity book for Paul Vitti character, facsimile
Box
328 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Box.Folder
12.8 Sequel notes and memos, 1999-2000
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
12.9 European tour, May 1999
Posters
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box
203 Proofs, on foamcore
Box
* Reviews (*removed to oversize box 203)
Box.Folder
12.10 Research materials on mobsters and hair styles
Angel Heart (1987)
Screenplays, by Alan Parker
Box.Folder
13.1 Undated working draft; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
13.2 February 1986, final draft, shooting script; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
13.3 Partial script with extensive RDN notes; inserted script pages dated 13 June 1986
Production and research materials
Box.Folder
13.4 New Orleans hotel information, New York contact list and shooting schedule, photocopies of Faustian images, Polaroids of RDN wearing various eye lenses, and wardrobe list
Flatfile
* One-sheet poster (*removed to oversize flat files)
Production photographs
Box.Folder
376.1 Photographs of RDN by Richard Corman, 1986
Box.Folder
376.2 Contact prints of RDN
Box.Folder
376.3 Photographs of Mickey Rourke and RDN
Research materials, bound volumes
BV
4 Christian, Paul. The History and Practice of Magic (1969)
BV
5 Huson, Paul. Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks, and Covens (1970)
BV
6* LaVey, Anton Szandor. The Satanic Bible (1969) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
7 Lehner, Ernst and Johanna. Picture Book of Devils, Demons and Witchcraft (1971)
BV
8 Marwick, Max, ed. Witchcraft and Sorcery (1982)
BV
9 Maxwell, Nicole. Witch Doctor's Apprentice (1975)
BV
10 Michelet, Jules. Satanism and Witchcraft: The Classic Study in Medieval Superstition (1946 reprint)
BV
11 Russell, Jeffrey Burton. Lucifer: The Devil in the Middle Ages (1984)
BV
12 Strarhan, Françoise. Casting out the Devils (1972)
BV
13 Waugh, Charles G. and Martin H. Greenberg, eds. Cults!: An Anthology of Secret Societies, Sects, and the Supernatural (1983)
Awakenings(1990)
Screenplays, by Steven Zaillian; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
13.5 Undated, lacks title page
Box.Folder
13.6 February 1988, first revision
Box.Folder
13.7 6 April 1989, second revision
Box.Folder
13.8 Partial draft, pages 69-120
Box.Folder
14.1 2 September 1989, "unfinished 4th draft," RDN notes dated 18 September 1989
Box.Folder
14.2 12 September 1989 script
2 October 1989 drafts and subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
14.3 Bound screenplay, half-size format; presentation copy inscribed by "Robin" [Williams] to RDN
Box.Folder
14.4 Lacks title page, noted "Oct. 2" on first page
Box.Folder
14.5 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
14.6 16 October 1989, "Robin C." copy
Box.Folder
14.7 22 November 1989, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
15.1 19 December 1989, coded for reference to videotape dailies; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
15.2 Half-size format, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
15.3-16.2 26 January 1990, with numerous earlier revisions inserted; includes some production and research material
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
16.3 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) line sheets, congratulatory correspondence including handwritten letter from Oliver Sacks, and New York junket itinerary, 15-18 December 1990
Box.Folder
16.4* Articles re film (*oversize articles removed to box 207)
Box
176 Photographs, hair/shaving continuity Polaroids on ring, facsimiles
Box.Folder
233.2 Production and publicity photographs, undated
Research materials
Box.Folder
16.5* Articles by and about Dr. Oliver Sacks, print material on encephalitis, photocopy of Harold Pinter play A Kind of Alaska (*Sacks article removed to oversize box 176)
Box.Folder
16.6 Case study of a Parkinson's patient
BV
14* Sacks, Oliver. Awakenings (1983) (*annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn)
Backdraft (1991)
Screenplays, by Greg Widen; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
16.7 22 March 1990 script
19 June 1990, with subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
16.8 Copy 158
Box.Folder
16.9 Copy 170, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
17.1 2 August 1990 script
Box.Folder
17.2 Full-size script, with log of RDN wardrobe tests
Box.Folder
17.3 Half-size format, photocopy
Box.Folder
17.4 15 August 1990, shooting script with call sheet and script pages inserted; with RDN notes
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
17.5 Call sheets
Box.Folder
17.6 Correspondence and other communications received during filming in Chicago
Box.Folder
17.7 One-liner schedules
Box.Folder
18.1 Photographs, make-up/hair continuity
Box.Folder
18.2 Shooting schedules
Box.Folder
233.3 Production and publicity photographs, undated
Box
330 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding (brown cover), undated
Box
345 Album of stills and production photographs with script pages in presentation binding (red cover), undated
Research materials
Box.Folder
18.3-4 Arson, firemen, fire investigations, and issues of Firehouse magazine
Bound volumes
BV
15 Hall, George and Thomas K. Wanstall. FDNY: New York's Bravest! (1984)
Smith, Dennis
BV
16* Firefighters: Their Lives in Their Own Words (1988) (*annotated by RDN on flyleaf)
BV
17 Report From Engine Co. 82 (1983)
Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
Box.Folder
18.5 Bang the Drum Slowly by Henry W. Wiggen (Anchor Books), photocopy; with RDN notes
Screenplays, by Mark Harris, 1972
Box.Folder
18.6 Copy 129, with RDN notes
Box
177 Shooting script, with RDN notes; includes shooting schedules, clipping, RDN's "to do" lists, script changes, and handwritten letter from Harris
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
19.1-2 Photographs, stills, Paramount Studio
Box
19.3* Press booklet "Handbook of Production Information" and review (*Paramount Press Book and Merchandising Manual removed to oversize box 203)
Research materials, bound volumes
BV
18 Angell, Roger. The Summer Game (1972), inscribed to RDN by the author
Bethel, Dell. Inside Baseball, 1969
BV
19 Hardcover, inscribed to RDN by the author
BV
20* Paperback (*annotated by RDN)
BV
21 Bouton, Jim. Ball Four (1970)
BV
22 Harris, Mark. The Southpaw (1962)
BV
23 Jacobs, G. and J. R. McCrory. Baseball Rules in Pictures (1971)
BV
24 Kahn, Roger. The Boys of Summer (1973)
BV
25 Ritter, Lawrence S. The Glory of Their Times (1971)
Bloody Mama(1970), screenplay by Robert Thom
Box
178 Screenplay, shooting script; final draft with shooting schedules, photographs of RDN, research photographs, and song lyrics inserted; extensive RDN notes
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
233.4-5 Production photographs, snapshots, 1969
Box.Folder
19.4 "The Barker Family Album" booklet of photographs, film synopsis, two-color ad, publicity brochure for theaters, group photograph of the Barker family
Box.Folder
19.5-7 Photographs, stills, American International Pictures
Box.Folder
20.1* Research material, including RDN notes (*oversize magazine articles removed to oversize box 203)
Box.Folder
151.4 Born to Win(1971), screenplay titled "Scraping Bottom," by David Scott Milton with Ivan Passer, 6 November 1970; with RDN notes
Brazil(1985), screenplay by Terry Gilliam, Tom Stoppard, and Charles McKeown
Box.Folder
20.2 Screenplay, shooting script, revised to 1 December 1984; with RDN notes
Related material, bound volume
BV
26 Mathews, Jack. The Battle of Brazil (1987)
The Bridge of San Luis Rey(2004)
Screenplays, by Mary McGuckian; with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
20.3 17 March 2002 script
Box.Folder
20.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
20.5 November 2002 script
Box.Folder
20.6 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
20.7 December 2002, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
20.8-9 31 December 2002, two copies; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
21.1 22 January 2003, shooting script; includes production and research material
Production materials
Box.Folder
21.2 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) dialogue, cast lists, character report for archbishop, crew lists, Latin prayers and pronunciation, shooting schedule
Box.Folder
21.3* Wardrobe photographs and designs; costume breakdown and continuity; note from designer Yvonne Blake (*costume designs removed to oversize folder)
Research materials
Box.Folder
21.4 Brochures on Spain; map of Spain and Portugal
Box.Folder
21.5 Print materials on Thornton Wilder, Velazquez, Peru and Lima, Cervantes; bibliographies on ecclesiastical and convent life
BV
27 Wilder, Thornton. The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1998); inscribed to RDN by Mary McGuckian [?]
A Bronx Tale(1993)
Play
Box.Folder
243.1 "A Bronx Tale, a play by Chazz Palminteri" (1989)
Screenplays
"Screenplay by Chazz Palminteri, revision October 13, 1989", 103 pages
Box.Folder
243.2 With extensive RDN notes
Box.Folder
243.3 With some handwritten notes
Box.Folder
243.4 With "Tribeca Productions" on front page, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
243.5-6 Unbound
Box.Folder
243.7 Screenplay of 13 October 1989 (112 pages) with RDN notes
"Revision 1990," 113 pages
Box.Folder
244.1 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
244.2 Without RDN notes
"Draft March 9, 1992," 117 pages
Box.Folder
244.3 With RDN notes; lacking pages 115-117
Box.Folder
244.4 Without RDN notes; complete
"Revision March 26, 1992," 140 pages
Box.Folder
244.5 With RDN notes; marked "#1 (no cover)"
Box.Folder
244.6 With RDN notes; marked "#2 (green cover)"
Box.Folder
245.1-2 Without RDN notes
"Revision April 22 [1992]," 136 pages
Box.Folder
245.3 With RDN notes; inscribed "#3 all notes transferred from March 26, 1992 (#1 no cover & green cover #2)"
Box.Folder
245.4 With handwritten comments, photocopy
Box.Folder
245.5 Without RDN notes or handwritten comments
Box.Folder
246.1 "Revised draft May 8, 1992," 132 pages, with RDN notes
Screenplay lacking title-page, 129 pages
Box.Folder
246.2 With RDN notes and date on page l: "June 5th, '92"
Box.Folder
246.3-5 Without RDN notes
Screenplay lacking title-page; "Extreme" written at head of page 1, 124 pages
Box.Folder
247.1 With RDN notes and date on page 1: "June 5th, '92"
Box.Folder
247.2 Without RDN notes
Box.Folder
247.3 Screenplay lacking title-page; handwritten note on page 1: "A Bronx Tale, June 13, 1992, Chazz Palminteri," 116 pages, with RDN notes
"Shooting draft, June 16, 1992," 115 pages
Box.Folder
247.4 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
247.5 Without RDN notes
"Shooting draft, June 18, 1992," 112 pages
Box.Folder
247.6 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
248.1 Without RDN notes
Box.Folder
248.2 "Shooting draft, June 22, 1992," 110 pages
Box.Folder
248.3 "Shooting draft, June 24, 1992," 109 pages, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
248.4 "Shooting draft, July 11, 1992," 110 pages, with RDN notes; inscribed "all notes transferred to July 22nd copy (1992) & finally to [illegible] in first script with colored pages"
Box.Folder
248.5 "Shooting draft, July 22, 1992," 109 pages, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
248.6 "Revised shooting draft, August 6, 1992," 112 pages, with extensive notes in hand of another
"Revised shooting draft, August 7, 1992," interleaved with revisions through 28 January 1993, 112 pages
Box.Folder
249.1 In looseleaf notebook with legend "All scripted notes" on front cover; with notes by RDN and others throughout
Box.Folder
249.2 In looseleaf notebook lacking legend on cover; with notes by RDN and others throughout
Box.Folder
249.3 Unbound and without notes
Box
346 "Coded script" in three-ring binder
Box
347 "Original lined script" with extensive notes by RDN in three-ring binder
Box
348 "Working script" with extensive notes by RDN in three-ring binder
Box.Folder
249.4 Pages from various script revisions, with RDN notes
Production materials
ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement)
Box.Folder
250.1 ¼ inch sheets
Box.Folder
250.2-251.5 Cue sheets
Box.Folder
251.6 Audio receipts
Box.Folder
251.7 "Call sheets"
Camera reports (DuArt Film)
Box.Folder
252.1-3 Part I, 1992
Box.Folder
252.4-5 Part II, 1992-1993
Box.Folder
253.1 Cast and contact lists
Box.Folder
253.2 "Cast and crew party" (20 September 1992)
Box.Folder
253.3 "Casting" (readings, callbacks, correspondence)
Box.Folder
253.4 Casting tape log
Box.Folder
253.5 "Conformation lists"
Box.Folder
253.6-9 "Conformation sheets"
Box.Folder
254.1 Correspondence
Box.Folder
254.2 "Credits" (drafts and correspondence)
Box.Folder
254.3 Credits (correspondence and lists)
Crew résumés
Box.Folder
254.4 Lists, assessments, notes
Box.Folder
254.5 Story boards by Jeff Balsmeyer and others
Box.Folder
254.6-7 "Dailies log" (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
254.8-255.2 "Dailies Notes Book #1" (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
255.3-6 "Dailies Notes Book #2"(removed from binder)
Box.Folder
256.1 "Dailies--cross reference" (February-November 1993) (notes)
Box.Folder
256.2 Daily script reports
Box.Folder
256.3 "De Forest Research" (name and fact checking report)
Box.Folder
256.4-6 DuArt Film Labs work orders
Box.Folder
257.1-258.1 Editing and soundtrack notes in notebooks
Box.Folder
258.2 Editing equipment inventory
Extra scenes, scene rewrites, and script pages
Box.Folder
258.3 "Anello apartment--different versions" (scene 61 rewrites)
Box.Folder
258.4 "Bus scenes--different versions" (scene 54 rewrites)
Box.Folder
258.5 Extra scenes, with note from Chazz Palminteri, 10 April 1992
Box.Folder
258.6 "Jane and C. walking" (scene 85, revised 8 November 1992)
Box.Folder
258.7 "Script pages" (shooting draft of 7 August 1992 with revisions through 19 January 1993)
Box.Folder
258.8 "Film prints" (receipts and notes)
Box.Folder
258.9-259.1 Footage logs
Box.Folder
259.2 Jackets for crew
Box.Folder
259.3 "Legal notes continued"
Box.Folder
259.4 "LFOA lists"
Box.Folder
259.5 "Lifts and alts" (on index cards)
Box.Folder
259.6 "Locations" (maps and notes)
Location files
Box.Folder
260.1 30th Avenue, Queens
30th Avenue addresses
Box.Folder
260.2 35-06 to 42-11
Box.Folder
260.3 42-12 to 42-16
Box.Folder
260.4 42-20 to 43-16
Box.Folder
260.5 43-18 to 44-02
Box.Folder
260.6 44-03 to 44-07
Box.Folder
261.1 44-08 to 44-09
Box.Folder
261.2 44-10 to 44-15
Box.Folder
261.3 44-16 to 45-01
Box.Folder
261.4 45-02 to 45-08
Box.Folder
261.5 45-09 to 46-02
Box.Folder
261.6 43rd and 44th Streets, Queens
Box.Folder
261.7 45th Street, Queens
Box.Folder
262.1 Aqueduct Racetrack
Box.Folder
262.2 Armory (Jersey City)
Box.Folder
262.3 Bryant High School
Box.Folder
262.4 Budgets
Box.Folder
262.5 Catering
Box.Folder
262.6 Contracts and location agreements
Box.Folder
262.7 Correspondence
Box.Folder
263.1 Holding areas
Box.Folder
263.2 Insurance claims
Box.Folder
263.3 Invoices and petty cash receipts
Box.Folder
263.4 Jane's neighborhood (Sheepshead Bay)
Box.Folder
263.5-7 "Jane's Neighborhood Contracts" (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
263.8 Location agreements
Box.Folder
263.9 Location lists, maps, and agreements
Box.Folder
263.10 Maps and directions
Box.Folder
264.1 Parking
Box.Folder
264.2 Permits and removals
Box.Folder
264.3 Resumes
Box.Folder
264.4 Scouting itineraries and survey notes
Box.Folder
264.5 Security
Box.Folder
264.6 Status reports
Box.Folder
264.7 Various locations (30th Avenue and City Island)
Location photographs
Box.Folder
265.1 Alley
Anello Apartment
Box.Folder
265.2 21st Ave., W. 22nd St., 29th St., 30th Ave.
Box.Folder
265.3 31st Ave., 33rd St., 35th St., W. 36th St.
Box.Folder
265.4 41st St., 46th St.
Box.Folder
265.5 Waverly Place, W. 110th St, W. 111th St.
Box.Folder
266.1-2 Various street names
Box.Folder
266.3-4 West End Avenue
Box.Folder
266.5 Apartments (no locations given)
Box.Folder
266.6 Armory
Box.Folder
267.1 Candy store, churches, confessional
Box.Folder
267.2-3 City Island
Box.Folder
267.4 Deuces Wild
Box.Folder
267.5 Funeral home
Box.Folder
267.6 Hallway
Box.Folder
267.7-268.3 High schools
Box.Folder
268.4-269.2 Jane's neighborhood
Box.Folder
269.3 Jane's neighborhood/record store
Box.Folder
269.4 Johnny's house
Box.Folder
269.5-6 Mario's
Box.Folder
270.1 Mid-Hudson Civic Center
Box.Folder
270.2-271.4 Neighborhoods
Box.Folder
271.5 Race tracks
Box.Folder
271-6-7 Sunnyside Gardens
Negatives
Box.Folder
272.1 Alleyways
Box.Folder
272.2 Anello Apartment
Box.Folder
272.3 Armory, Churches, Confessionals
Box.Folder
272.4 Belmont Racetrack
Box.Folder
272.5 Deuces Wild, Funeral home, Hallways
Box.Folder
272.6 Fire boxes, Holy Redeemer Church
Box.Folder
272.7-8 High schools
Box.Folder
272.9-10 Jane's Neighborhood
Box.Folder
272.11 Johnny's house
Box.Folder
272.12 Long Island City
Box.Folder
272.13 Sunnyside Gardens
Box.Folder
273.1 Unidentified negatives
Negatives and prints
Box.Folder
273.2 Mario's restaurant and other restaurants
Box.Folder
273.3-4 Neighborhoods
Box.Folder
273.5 Neighborhoods (duplicate prints)
Box.Folder
274.1 "Looping" (ADR logs and notes)
Box.Folder
274.2-3 "Looping (continued)" (notes, dialogue, cue sheets)
Box.Folder
274.4 "Miscellaneous" (production notes, contracts, location matters)
Box.Folder
274.5 "Music" (memos, correspondence, cues)
Box.Folder
274.6 Music cues
Box.Folder
274.7 Music inventory
Box.Folder
274.8 Music permissions
Box.Folder
274.9 "Music video"
Box.Folder
275.1 "Narration" (texts and tape logs for voice-over narration)
Box.Folder
275.2 "Narration cue sheets"
Box.Folder
275.3 "Negative continuity copies" (list)
Box.Folder
275.4 "Negative matching" (continuity list)
Box.Folder
275.5 "Notes" (script development: correspondence, memos, draft fragments)
Box.Folder
275.6 Oneline and shooting schedules with crew list
Box.Folder
275.7 "One liner" and "One liner editorial" (schedules)
Box.Folder
275.8 "Opticals"
Box.Folder
275.9 Permissions
Box.Folder
275.10 "Post-production notes" (16 April 1993)
Box.Folder
276.1 "Post-production schedules"
Box.Folder
276.2 "Pre-production schedule" (June-August 1992)
Box.Folder
276.3 "Preview--Chicago [and] Premiere--St. Louis" (summarized responses)
Box.Folder
276.4 "Preview--New York" (summarized responses)
Box.Folder
276.5-6 "Preview questionnaires" (original response sheets [New York])
Production photographs
Box.Folder
276.7-8 Albums of production stills
Box.Folder
276.9 Album of production stills (removed from binder)
Box
349-350 Albums of production stills in presentation bindings
Box.Folder
277.1 Audition Polaroids
Box.Folder
277.2 Cast photographs and personal data sheets
Hair and makeup continuity photographs
Box.Folder
277.3 Cast, last names B-C
Box.Folder
277.4 Cast, last names D-N
Box.Folder
277.5 Cast, last names P-Z
Box.Folder
277.6 Cast members (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
278.1 RDN
Box.Folder
278.2 Extras and small roles
Box.Folder
278.3 African-American extras
Box.Folder
278.4 Caucasian female extras, age 8-30
Box.Folder
278.5 Caucasian female extras, age 30 up
Box.Folder
278.6 Caucasian male extras, injuries, backs of heads
Box.Folder
278.7 Female extras
Box.Folder
278.8 Mafia girls (extras)
Location and property continuity photographs
Box.Folder
279.1 Alley--basement
Box.Folder
279.2 Bus
Box.Folder
279.3 Anello Apartment, boxing ring, candy store, Chez Bippy, church, Deuces Wild, Drago, fruit market
Box.Folder
279.4 Funeral
Box.Folder
279.5 Gino's, Laundromat/pharmacy/chicken coop, night, pork store, school, shoe store, Sophia's TV shop, street shots--day
Box.Folder
280.1 Polaroids of crew
Box.Folder
280.2 Production photographs (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
280.3-4 Production photographs and stills
Box.Folder
280.5 Production stills
Box.Folder
351.3, 352-357 Production stills (contact sheets)
Box.Folder
280.6-7 Production stills (slides)
Color slides, negatives, and prints (removed from binders)
Box.Folder
281.1-3 Binder 1
Box.Folder
281.4-282.2 Binder 2
Box.Folder
282.3-6 Binder 3
Box.Folder
283.1-4 Binder 4
Box.Folder
283.5-284.2 Binder 5
Box.Folder
284.3-6 Binder 6
Box.Folder
285.1-2 Color slides and negatives (not originally in binders)
Box.Folder
285.3 Snapshots of cast and crew
Wardrobe continuity pages (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
285.4 Female principals
Box.Folder
285.5-286.4 Male principals
Box.Folder
286.5 Minor roles
Wardrobe continuity Polaroids (extras)
Box.Folder
287.1 Male extras (arranged by wardrobe number, various scenes)
Box.Folder
287.2 Scenes 1-12
Box.Folder
287.3 Scenes 13-17
Box.Folder
287.4 Scenes 17-25
Box.Folder
287.5 Scenes 29-42
Box.Folder
287.6 Scenes 39-44
Box.Folder
288.1 Scenes 45-57
Box.Folder
288.2 Scenes 57-67
Box.Folder
288.3 Scenes 68-80
Box.Folder
288.4 Scenes 87-118
Wardrobe continuity Polaroids and tags (extras)
Box.Folder
288.5 Scenes 1 and 2
Box.Folder
288.6 Day 2, Scenes 2-14
Box.Folder
289.1 Scenes 24-37
Box.Folder
289.2 Scenes 38-56
Box.Folder
289.3 Scenes 57-63
Box.Folder
289.4 Scenes 64-68
Box.Folder
289.5 Scenes 69-116
Box.Folder
290.1-292.5 Wardrobe Polaroids and tags (extras)
Box.Folder
293.1-6 Wardrobe tags (extras)
Box.Folder
294.1-5 Wardrobe Polaroids and tags (extras) (originally housed on metal ring and wire hanger)
Box.Folder
295.1-296.3 Wardrobe Polaroids and tags ("Aftermath" and "Jane's neighborhood") (originally housed on wire hangers)
Box.Folder
296.4 Wardrobe Polaroids and tags ("Wiseguys") (extras)(originally housed on wire hanger)
Box.Folder
296.5 Wardrobe Polaroids and tags, stunt doubles (originally housed on wire hanger)
Box.Folder
297.1-5 Wardrobe Polaroid, tags, and notes removed from costume boxes
Box.Folder
298.1 "RDN correspondence" (letters of congratulation and personal notes in response to film)
Box.Folder
298.2 "RDN cutting notes"
Box.Folder
298.3 "RDN personal notes"
Box.Folder
298.4 "RDN screening notes"
Box.Folder
298.5 "Readings," 12 June 1992
Box.Folder
298.6 Rehearsal tape log book, July-August 1992
Box.Folder
298.7 "Scene notes"
"Scratch mix cue sheets"
Box.Folder
298.8 April-May 1993
Box.Folder
299.1 June-July 1993
Set models
Box
369 "Chez Bippy's"
Box
370 Calogero's block, with model cars
Box
358 Sheet music (covers only) for soundtrack music in album with presentation binding
Box.Folder
299.2 "Shooting schedule," 25 August 1992
Box.Folder
299.3 "Shot list"
Box
359-367 Sound effects cue sheets
Sound reports (New Deal Inc.), 1992-1993
Box.Folder
299.4 Originals
Box.Folder
299.5 Photocopies
Box.Folder
351.1 Soundtrack materials: mockup designs of CD booklet and one-sheet posters for in-store display
Box.Folder
299.6 "Storyboards" (drafts), August 1992
Box.Folder
299.7 Storyboards by Jeff Balsmeyer, spiral-bound, 27 April 1992
Box
368 Storyboards by Jeff Balsmeyer and Jon Davis, photocopies in three-ring binder, 21 August 1992
Box.Folder
300.1 "Time continuity" (draft), 7 August 1992
Box.Folder
300.2 "Timing" (estimated timing), 5 July 1992
Box.Folder
300.3 TV/airline edits
Box.Folder
300.4 "Wild tracks" (list)
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
300.5 Academy screening invitation and press kits
Box.Folder
300.6 Audience survey reports
Box.Folder
300.7 Film Festival--International Film Festival in St. Petersburg press kit
Box.Folder
300.8 "Film festival--Toronto" (schedules)
"Film festival--Venice"
Box.Folder
300.9 Master English spotting and subtitle list
Box.Folder
300.10 Correspondence and schedules
Box.Folder
300.11 International publicity (correspondence and schedules)
Box.Folder
300.12-301.3 Kill sheets, notes, and captions for publicity stills
Box.Folder
301.4 "One sheet" (correspondence regarding one sheet poster)
Box.Folder
301.5 "Premiere guest list" (multiple lists)
Box.Folder
301.6-302.1 Press clippings (removed from binder)
Box.Folder
302.2 Press clippings
Box.Folder
302.3-4 Press kits
Box.Folder
302.5 "Savoy" (media recommendation report), 19 July 1993
Box.Folder
302.6 Screening pass
Box.Folder
302.7 "Screenings--Press" (guest lists)
Box.Folder
302.8 "Trailer information" (distribution and audience reaction)
Box.Folder
302.9-10 UK reviews
Research materials
Box.Folder
303.1 "Bus driving info" (exams and manuals)
Box.Folder
303.2 "Ilona Herman research photos, 1958-1962"
Bound volumes
BV
275 Atlantic Rhythm and Blues, 1947-1974 (1991) (Booklet issued with CD box set; audio recordings were not received by HRC)
BV
276 The Complete Stax Volt Singles 1959-1968 (1991) (Booklet issued with CD box set; audio recordings were not received by HRC)
BV
277 Gribin, Dr. Anthony J. and Schiff, Dr. Matthew M. Doo-Wop: The Forgotten Third of Rock 'n Roll (1992)
BV
278 Silvani, Lou. Collecting Rare Records (1992)
BV
279 Whitburn, Joel. Joel Whitburn Presents Billboard's Top 10 Charts: A Week By Week History of the Hot 100, 1958-1988 (1988)
Cape Fear (1991)
Screenplays, 1962 version
Box.Folder
21.6-7 20 March 1961, final screenplay by James R. Webb, two copies; no RDN notes
8 March 1962, "continuity and dialogue on Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Polly Bergen"
Box.Folder
22.1 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
22.2 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
22.3 Screenplay by Donald E. Westlake, undated; with RDN notes
Screenplays by Wesley Strick; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
22.4 2 November 1989, first draft
Box.Folder
22.5-6 8 December 1989, revised first draft, two versions
Box.Folder
22.7 10 August 1990
Box.Folder
23.1 27 August 1990
Box.Folder
23.2 31 August 1990, "accent script"
Box.Folder
23.3 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
23.4 4 October 1990, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
23.5 10 October 1990
Box.Folder
23.6 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
23.7 17 October 1990
Box.Folder
23.8 24 October 1990
Box.Folder
24.1 5 November 1990
Box.Folder
24.2 No RDN notes
16 November 1990 and subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
24.3 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
24.4-5 8 January 1991, two versions
Box.Folder
24.6 21 January 1991, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
24.7-25.1 Continuity script with production lists, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
25.2 RDN handwritten notes re script and production
Box.Folder
25.3-4 Script sections, August 1990-February 1991
Production materials
Box.Folder
25.5 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) line sheets
Box.Folder
25.6 Casting, includes correspondence re directors
Box.Folder
25.7 Correspondence, notes, miscellaneous print material
Box.Folder
25.8-9 Dialogue notes, Sam Chwat
Box.Folder
25.10 One-liner schedules
Photographs
Box.Folder
26.1 Crew photograph
Box.Folder
26.2-8 Make-up continuity
Box.Folder
26.9 Make-up tests, contact prints; includes stunt-double, female cast member, and crew/set
Box.Folder
27.1-6 Stills
Box.Folder
27.7 Tattoos, "day III test"
Box.Folder
27.8 Tattoos, "final"
Box
331 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Box.Folder
376.4 Portrait of RDN
Box.Folder
27.9 Shooting schedules
Box.Folder
27.10 Storyboards, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
28.1-3* Tattoo designs; correspondence (*tattoos on cardboard sheets removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
28.4* Visual images in photographic, postcard, and print formats, considered for set design of Max Cady's cell wall; lobby card for 1962 Cape Fear (*oversize photographs and print material removed to oversize box 203)
Box.Folder
28.5 Wardrobe continuity sheets and lists
Box.Folder
233.6 "Wrap gift" design and recipients list, 1991
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
28.6-7 Articles and reviews
Box.Folder
29.1-2* Press kits (*oversize photograph removed to box 203)
Box.Folder
29.3 Screening invitations, screening cards, tickets to premiere showing, contact print including Scorsese and cast at premiere [?]
Research materials
Box.Folder
29.4 Bible concordances
Box.Folder
29.5-6 Friesen, Melanie (Cappa Productions researcher); memoranda and associated research material
Box.Folder
29.7 "Georgia Codes -- rape penalties"
Box.Folder
29.8 "Killer: A Journal of Murder," by Thomas E. Gaddis and James O. Long; photocopy
Box.Folder
30.1-2 Law enforcement, lawyers, legal cases
Box.Folder
30.3 Make-up research, slides, and photographs of burn victims
Box.Folder
30.4 Messiah complex
Box.Folder
30.5 Music audio tapes, description of
Box.Folder
30.6 Neurotic vindictiveness, Karen Horney material
Box.Folder
30.7 Nietzsche
Box.Folder
30.8 Pentecostal
Box.Folder
30.9-10 Prisons and prisoners
Box.Folder
30.11-12 Rape
Box.Folder
31.1 Revenge, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
31.2 Serial killers
Box.Folder
31.3 Torture
Box.Folder
31.4 Miscellaneous research materials
Bound volumes
BV
28-29 Abbott, Jack Henry. In the Belly of the Beast: Letters from Prison (1982); two copies
BV
30* Agee, James and Walker Evans. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (1988) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
31 Bible Explainer and Concordance (1930)
BV
32* Camhi, Morrie. The Prison Experience (1989) (*annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn)
BV
33 Chesi, Gert. Faith Healers in the Philippines (1981)
BV
34 Cunningham's Text-Book of Anatomy (1947); inscribed to RDN by Ilona Herman
BV
35* Ewald, Wendy. Portraits and Dreams (1985) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
36* Greenberg, Alan. Love in Vain: The Life and Legend of Robert Johnson (1983) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
37* Hall, Douglas Kent. In Prison (1988) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
38* Helps to the Study of the Bible (pre-1902) (*loose items withdrawn contain RDN annotation)
BV
39-40* Hoffman, Ethan and John McCoy. Concrete Mama: Prison Profiles from Walla Walla (1981); hardback and paperback (*loose items withdrawn from BV39)
BV
41 Holy Bible, King James version (1982)
BV
42* Holy Bible, revised standard version (Meridian, 1974) (*loose items withdrawn)
Horney, Karen
BV
43 Neurosis and Human Growth: The Struggle Toward Self-Realization (1970)
BV
44 Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis (1972)
BV
45* Jackson, Bruce. Killing Time: Life in the Arkansas Penitentiary (1977) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
46 Jargon Society. The Appalachian Photographs of Doris Ulman (1971)
BV
47* Johns, Catherine. Sex or Symbol: Erotic Images of Greece and Rome (1982) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
48* Krousher, Richard W. Physical Interrogation Techniques (1985) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
49 Lauterer, Jock. Runnin' on the Rims (1986)
BV
50 Levy, Builder. Images of Appalachian Coalfields (1989)
Lyon, Danny
BV
51* Conversations with the Dead (1971) (*page 129 annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn)
BV
52 The Autobiography of Billy McCune (1973)
BV
53 Magee, Bryan. The Great Philosophers: An Introduction to Western Philosophy (1989)
BV
54* Mandelbaum, Allen. The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri: A Verse Translation (1982) (*Canto XXXII to Canto XXXIV, pages 292-317 paper-clipped together)
BV
55 Michaud, Stephen G. and Hugh Aynesworth. The Only Living Witness: A True Account of Homicidal Insanity (1989)
BV
56* Mitchell, Stephen. The Book of Job (1987) (*loose item withdrawn includes RDN notes)
BV
57* The New International Version (NIV) Topical Study Bible (1989) (*loose items withdrawn include RDN notes)
BV
58-59* The New Strong's Concordance of the Bible (1985); two copies (*loose items withdrawn from BV58 include RDN notes)
BV
60 Nietzsche, Friedrich. The Will to Power (1968)
BV
61 Schreck, Nikolas, ed. The Manson File (1988)
BV
62 Torture in the Eighties: An Amnesty International Report (1984)
BV
63* Vale, V. and Andrea Juno. Modern Primitives (1989) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
64 Vaughan, William. German Romantic Painting (1980)
BV
65 Voices For Freedom (1986)
BV
66* Warnke, Martin. Peter Paul Rubens: Life and Work (1980) (*loose items withdrawn)
Casino (1995)
Screenplays, by Nicholas Pileggi and Martin Scorsese; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
31.5 December 1993, first draft, with Scorsese's notes and letter from Pileggi to Scorsese; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
31.6 1 February 1994, "rough fourth draft"
Box.Folder
31.7 11 February 1994, "rough fifth draft"
Box.Folder
32.1 21 February 1994, sixth draft
1 March 1994, seventh draft
Box.Folder
32.2 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
32.3 No RDN notes; fax from Pileggi to Scorsese including note from Scorsese to RDN
Box.Folder
32.4 7 March 1994, eighth draft
Box.Folder
32.5 21 March 1994, ninth draft; fax from Ellen [Lewis] re casting
Box.Folder
32.6 29 March 1994, tenth draft
6 April 1994, reading draft
Box.Folder
33.1 With RDN notes and note from Barbara De Fina
Box.Folder
33.2 No RDN notes
18 April 1994, eleventh draft
Box.Folder
33.3 With RDN notes; includes scene breakdown
Box.Folder
33.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
33.5 2 May 1994, twelfth draft
9 May 1994, "draft 12A"
Box.Folder
33.6 With RDN notes and note from Scorsese
Box.Folder
33.7 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
34.1 28 July 1994, "draft 12D"
Box.Folder
34.2 28 July 1994, draft 14; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
34.3 5 August 1994 revision, "Ace version," with faxes from Pileggi; no RDN notes
Draft 12F, "15th draft. LA plus FR Boca changes"
Box.Folder
34.4 8 August 1994
Box.Folder
34.5 19 August 1994
Box.Folder
34.6 20 August 1994, with informal photographs of RDN, Scorsese, and others
Box.Folder
35.1 26 August 1994, draft 16
2 September 1994, shooting script revisions
Box.Folder
35.2 13 September 1994
Box.Folder
35.3 14 September 1994
Box.Folder
35.4 1 November 1994, 17th draft, "Ilona's [Herman] script notes," with wardrobe photographs and one-liner continuity breakdown
Box.Folder
35.5-6 10 November 1994, no RDN notes
Voice-over scripts, for "Ace"
Box.Folder
36.1 31 January 1995
Box.Folder
36.2 6 July 1995
Box.Folder
36.3 19 July 1995, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
36.4-5 Script fragments with RDN notes, various dates
Box.Folder
36.6 Correspondence re script changes and related research, 4 August-22 September 1994
Box.Folder
37.1 Notes for script drafts, Scorsese and Pileggi
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
37.2 Casting, memos, schedules; DVD packaging color copy
Box.Folder
37.3 Correspondence, production and personal, with notes from Don Rickles, Sharon Stone, and others; copy of letter from Steve Allen to Scorsese re Frank Rosenthal
Box.Folder
37.4 Las Vegas information packet
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Photographs
Make-up/hair continuity
Box.Folder
37.5-7 Polaroids, with scene numbers
Box.Folder
37.8-38.2 Prints and contact prints, photographed 20 September 1994 to 1 January 1995
Stills, September 1994-January 1995
Box.Folder
38.3-6* Black-and-white prints (*oversize print removed to box 207)
Box.Folder
38.7-39.3 Color prints
Box.Folder
39.4-7 Wardrobe tests, prints, 9 September 1994
Box.Folder
39.8 Wardrobe and prop continuity Polaroids
Box
179 Wardrobe continuity book, includes cloth samples, facsimile
Box
332 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Research materials
Bound volumes
BV
67 Johnston, David. Temples of Chance: How America Inc. Bought out Murder Inc. to Win Control of the Casino Business (1992)
BV
68 Life: The First Fifty Years, 1936-1986 (1987)
BV
69-70* Puzo, Mario. Inside Las Vegas (1977), two copies (*loose items withdrawn from BV70)
BV
71* Roemer, William F., Jr. The Enforcer: Spilotro--The Chicago Mob's Man over Las Vegas (1994) (*annotated by RDN)
Box
180 "Casino notes," including biographies and interviews, with binder
Box.Folder
40.1 "Excerpts from the testimony of Mr. Allen R. Glick," November 1985
Interview transcripts
Box.Folder
40.2 Cullotta, Frank; 13 July 1994
Box.Folder
40.3 Ehrenberg, Murray; 23 August 1994
Box.Folder
40.4-6 "Research haircuts (Ilona) [Herman], photos and magazines, 1965-1984"
City by the Sea (2002)
Box.Folder
41.1 "Mark of a Murderer," by Mike McAlary, Esquire, September 1997, photocopy of article upon which film is based
Screenplay by Michael Caton-Jones, Frank Pierson, and Ken Hixon
Box.Folder
41.2 24 September 1999; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
233.7-8 6 November 2000, no RDN notes (2 copies)
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
41.3 Correspondence re script and television automated dialogue replacement (ADR) sessions
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box
181 Wardrobe continuity book (Marcie's copy), including 6 November 2000 script marked for RDN's character, facsimile
Cop Land (1997)
Screenplays, by James Mangold
Box.Folder
41.4 April 1996, script pages sent to RDN from Mangold
Box.Folder
41.5 3 June 1996, shooting script with inserted pages; with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
41.6 Contact and crew lists
Box.Folder
41.7 Continuity photographs
Box.Folder
41.8 Correspondence re script, wardrobe, character image, 1996-2000
Box
203 Poster proof on foamcore
Box.Folder
41.9 Research material, "Mock Interrogation" typescripts
Cuba and His Teddy Bear, play, screenplay, and teleplay versions by Reinaldo Povod; with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Theater productions
Playscripts
Box.Folder
41.10 9 October 1985, version C
Box.Folder
42.1-2 25 January 1986, version D
Box.Folder
42.3-4 27 August 1986, bound and unbound copies; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
42.5 Associated material and photographs
Correspondence
Box.Folder
42.6 Congratulatory
Box.Folder
42.7 Production
Box.Folder
43.1-2 Programs
Box.Folder
43.3 Publicity, magazine and newspaper reviews
Teleplay drafts
Box.Folder
43.4 27 August 1986
Box.Folder
43.5 18 December 1986, second draft
Screenplay, undated first draft
Box.Folder
43.6 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
43.7 No RDN notes
The Deer Hunter (1978)
Screenplays, by Michael Cimino
Box.Folder
44.1 20 February 1977, second draft written with Deric Washburn; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
44.2-3 1 March 1977, third draft, two copies; no RDN notes
Box
183 Shooting script, with RDN notes; production and research material in front pocket
Production materials
Box.Folder
44.4 Handwritten notes by RDN in spiral notebook, re script and Vronsky character, including entries for Raging Bull; song lyrics for "Can't Take My Eyes Off You," with RDN notes
Publicity material
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
44.5* Stills, Time article on film and Vietnam, 23 April 1979; congratulatory telegram for RDN's academy award nomination; screening invitations (*advertising brochure, artwork for publicity, and inscribed photograph of lead actors with Cimino removed to oversize box 207)
Box.Folder
233.9-234.1 Articles on the film, 1979-1980
Research materials
Box.Folder
44.6-7 Articles on prisoners of war
Box.Folder
45.1 Articles on Vietnam; photographs of soldiers
Box.Folder
45.2 "The First Three Years," pictorial history of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, photocopy
Box.Folder
45.3 First-hand accounts by U. S. soldiers in Vietnam
Box.Folder
45.4 "Individual Weapons & Markmanship--ROTC Manual," photocopy
Box.Folder
45.5 "The MATA Handbook for Vietnam," photocopy
Box.Folder
45.6 "Ranger Handbook," U. S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1972; articles on Army Rangers
Box.Folder
46.1 "Small Arms Identification and Operation Guide--Eurasian Communist Countries," photocopy
Box.Folder
46.2 Wildlife and hunting information
Bound volumes
BV
72* Caputo, Philip. A Rumor of War (1977) (*annotated by RDN on page xiv)
BV
73 Corder, E. M. O Franco-Atirador (1978)
BV
74-75 Griffiths, Philip Jones. Vietnam Inc. (1971), 2 copies
BV
76 Herbert, Anthony B., with James T. Wooten. Soldier (1973)
BV
77 Hubbell, John G. POW: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-of-War Experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973 (1976)
BV
78 Jury, Mark. The Vietnam Photo Book (1971)
BV
79 Laycock, George. The Deer Hunter's Bible (1977)
BV
80 McGrath, John M. Prisoner of War: Six Years in Hanoi (1975), inscribed by the author
BV
81* Rowe, James N. Five Years to Freedom (1971) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
82 Sisley, Nick, ed. Deer Hunting Across North America (1975)
Everybody's Fine (2009)
Screenplays, by Kirk Jones, based on "Stanno Tutti Bene" by Giuseppe Tornatore
Box.Folder
304.1-2 21 November 2006, second draft, two copies, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
304.3 19 January 2007, third draft; RDN note on title page; with letter from Kirk Jones to RDN (photocopy), and script analyst report
Box.Folder
304.4 12 February 2007, draft IIIa; with RDN notes, list of casting choices (fax from Kirk Jones to RDN), and cast list for 1 March 2007 read-through
25 October 2007, sixth draft
Box.Folder
304.5 With extensive RDN notes
Box.Folder
304.6 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
304.7-305.1 13 March 2008, shooting script, two copies, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
305.2 4 April 2008, shooting script, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
305.3 4 April 2008, shooting script, with pink pages revised 13 April 2008, no RDN notes
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
305.4 Day out of days reports for cast members, February-June 2008
Box.Folder
305.5 Shooting schedules, one liner, 7 April 2008-1 June 2008
Box.Folder
305.6 Additional dialogue, 8 February 2009, undated
Crew call schedules
Box.Folder
305.7-8 April 2008
Box.Folder
306.1 May 2008
Box.Folder
306.2 June 2008
Box.Folder
306.3 February 2009
Box.Folder
306.4 Bound volume of photographs, "Everybody's Fine: Pictures of Everything," 2006, and production stills, undated
Box.Folder
306.5 Black and white portrait photograph of RDN, undated
Box
371 Wardrobe continuity book, includes 9 April 2008 time breakdown and 1-line shooting schedule with RDN notes
Faithful (1996, RDN producer)
Screenplays, by Chazz Palminteri
Box.Folder
151.5 Undated; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
151.6 15 May 1991 revision, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
151.7 18 October 1993, no RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
151.8 Correspondence from Paul Mazursky, Palminteri, and Harvey Weinstein
Box.Folder
151.9 RDN notes and correspondence re dailies and miscellaneous tapes
Falling in Love (1984)
Screenplays, by Michael Cristofer; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
46.3 16 August 1983, revised first draft; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
46.4 10 January 1984, second draft
Box.Folder
46.5 With note from director Ulu Grosbard
Box.Folder
46.6 8 March 1984, half-size format
Box
184 RDN's script in binder with cumulative revisions of various dates and production material inserted
2 July 1984, third draft
Box.Folder
47.1 Bound script, inscribed by Grosbard; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
47.2-3 Two copies; no RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
47.4* Information booklets, screening card, publicity photographs and contact prints (*oversize newspaper clipping re lead actors and oversize photographs removed to oversize box 208)
Box.Folder
47.5 Storyboards, incomplete; photocopies
The Fan (1996)
Screenplays, by Phoef Sutton; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
48.1 8 June 1995, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
48.2 25 September 1995, revised by Sutton and Frank Darabont, partial script through page 85
Box.Folder
48.3 6 October 1995, shooting script revised through 7 October 1995; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
48.4 30 October 1995, "for Tony only"; handwritten note taped over original title reads "Script 2, this includes additions from Vincent Ngo's draft"; with RDN notes and additional script pages laid in
Box
334 6 October 1995 shooting script revised through 13 February 1996, in presentation binder, with storyboards and RDN notes
Box.Folder
48.5 Undated, "Vincent Ngo's script (Bob's copy 2)"
Box.Folder
48.6 30 January 1996 cumulative revisions; script marked for make-up/hair with production material inserted; no RDN notes
Box
335 Empty 3-ring embossed leather binder
Transcriptions of recorded script conferences and interviews especially re RDN's character, Gil Renard
Box.Folder
49.1 10 September 1995, with RDN, Tony Scott, and Gavin Debeca
13 September 1995
Box.Folder
49.2 Scott, Jim Skotchdopole, Rick Ice, Bob Miller, Jim Wells, Jerry Gardner, Ron Robley, Carl Jackson, and others
Box.Folder
49.3 RDN, "salesman," Robley, and Jackson
Box.Folder
49.4 14 September 1995, with RDN, Scott, Lt. John Lane, and Mike Zona
Box.Folder
49.5 1 October 1995, with RDN, Scott, Ice, Jerry Matthews, and others
Box.Folder
49.6 2 October 1995, with RDN and Scott
Box.Folder
49.7 2-30 October 1995 re scene 184 and "end sequence"; various participants including RDN; with script pages dated 22 September-27 October 1995
RDN and Scott
Box.Folder
50.1 9 October 1995
Box.Folder
50.2 15 October 1995
Box.Folder
50.3 16 October 1995
Box.Folder
50.4 18 October 1995, with RDN, Scott, Sutton, and Snipes
Box.Folder
50.5 20 October 1995, with RDN, Scott, Sutton, Snipes, Miller, and Ice
RDN and Scott
Box.Folder
50.6 30 October 1995
Box.Folder
50.7 31 October 1995
Box.Folder
51.1 1 and 5 November 1995
Box.Folder
51.2 17 December 1995
Box.Folder
51.3 13 January 1996
Box.Folder
51.4 7 May 1996 ("regular cassette" and "micro-cassette" transcriptions)
"Editorial"
10 May 1996, with Scott, Gavin Debecker, and Ngo
Box.Folder
51.5 Complete, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
51.6 Text ends with page 51; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
51.7-8 17 May 1996 and 3 June 1996, with RDN, Scott, Debecker, and Ngo
Production materials
Box.Folder
51.9 Correspondence
Critiques and memoranda; with RDN written comments
Box.Folder
51.10 Notes and critiques by Scott and others, 10 June-11 October 1995
Box.Folder
52.1 Notes and critiques with script pages, October-December 1995
Box.Folder
52.2 Preview audience notes, 8 May 1996 and new scenes, 28 May-7 June 1996
Photographs
Box.Folder
52.3 Make-up/hair Polaroids and prints
Box.Folder
52.4 Production stills; one print inscribed to RDN by Mickey Rooney
Box.Folder
52.5 Storyboards for end sequence, 6 December 1995
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
52.6 Advertising graphics, designs
Research materials
Box.Folder
52.7 Jeffrey Dahmer and related topics
Box.Folder
52.8 Stalkers and obsessed personalities
Bound volumes
BV
83-84* Abrahams, Peter. The Fan (1995), 2 copies (*loose items removed from BV84; inscribed to RDN by the author)
BV
85 Brinkman, Joe and Charlie Euchner. The Umpire's Handbook (1987)
BV
86* Dahmer, Lionel. A Father's Story (1995) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
87-89* Gross, Linden. To Have or to Harm: True Stories of Stalkers and Their Victims (1994), 3 copies (*BV89 annotated by RDN)
BV
90 Keaton, Diane, ed. Mr. Salesman (1993)
BV
91 Markman, Ronald and Ron LaBrecque. Obsessed: The Anatomy of a Stalker (1994)
BV
92 Peters, Nick and Martha Jane Stanton. Miracle at Candlestick! (1993), inscribed to RDN by Wendy [Finerman]
BV
93* Schaum, Melita and Karen Parrish. Stalked (1995)(*loose items withdrawn)
Flawless (1999)
Screenplays, by Joel Schumacher
Box.Folder
53.1 26 September 1997, numbered "000012"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
53.2 10 July 1998, revised through 2 October 1998, annotated for hair/beard/wardrobe continuity
Box
185 No RDN notes, partial script through page 107, highlighted for RDN's "Walt" character with "Walt Breakdown" scene lists, time continuity, and facsimile wardrobe continuity sheets
Shooting script? in binder, with RDN notes and notes in another's hand, revised through 2 December 1998, with time continuity sheets
Box.Folder
234.2 Revised through 2 December 1998, in presentation binding, no RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
53.3 RDN's handwritten notes, crew photograph, pre-record breakdown, Ilona [Herman] memo to RDN re beard continuity
Photographs
Box.Folder
53.4-6 Make-up/hair tests and continuity
Box.Folder
53.7-9 Production photographs taken on set
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
54.1 Screening invitations
Research materials
Box.Folder
54.2-5 Stroke-related brochures and print material
Bound volumes
BV
94 American Heart Association. Family Guide to Stroke (1994)
BV
95 Donnan, Geoffrey and Carol Burton. After a Stroke: A Support Book for Patients, Caregivers, Families, and Friends (1990)
BV
96 Larkin, Marilynn. When Someone You Love Has a Stroke (1995)
BV
97 McCrum, Robert. My Year Off: Recovering Life after a Stroke (1998)
BV
98 National Stroke Association. The Road Ahead: A Stroke Recovery Guide (1995)
Frankenstein (also titled Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, 1994)
Screenplays, screen story by Steph Lady and James V. Hart; screenplay draft by Lady revised by Frank Darabont; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
54.6 18 January 1993, first revised draft
Box.Folder
54.7 8 February 1993, second revised draft
Box.Folder
55.1 With RDN notes
Drafts revised by Kenneth Branagh
Box.Folder
55.2 29 April 1993, third revised draft; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
55.3 25 June 1993, fourth draft, "scene numbered"
Box.Folder
55.4 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
55.5 8 July 1993, "scene numbered"; with RDN notes
1 September 1993, "scene numbered"
Box.Folder
55.6-7 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
56.1 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
56.2 11 October 1993, revised; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
56.3 Shooting script, revised through 2 November 1993; with RDN notes and one-liner schedules
Production materials
Box.Folder
56.4 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) lists, call sheets, casting, correspondence, crew lists, day breakdowns, and RDN schedules
Box.Folder
56.5 Congratulatory letters
Photographs of make-up, wardrobe, and wardrobe tests
Box.Folder
56.6-57.5 First London visit, making body cast
Box.Folder
57.6-11 28 October 1993
Box.Folder
58.1-9 29 October 1993, including "Ilona's [Herman] camera--Creature test"
Box.Folder
58.10-12 3 November 1993, including "Creature/sharp featured man costume fitting (Ilona's camera)" and "undergarment's test"
Box.Folder
59.1-11 9 November 1993, "Creature/sharp featured man tests w/grandfather on stage"
Box.Folder
60.1-12 12 November 1993, "sharp featured/Creature tests (Ilona's camera)"
Alphabetical sequences
Box.Folder
61.1-3 A1-A92, rolls 001-011
Box.Folder
61.4-8 B1-B54, rolls 279, 283-287 and related rolls
Box.Folder
62.1-2 C2-C9, roll 001-01 and related roll 004-01
Box.Folder
62.3* Appleby, David (photographer); photographs and contact sheets (*oversize removed to box 208)
Box.Folder
62.4-5 Redmond, John (photographer); 5x7 photographs of RDN and Branagh
Make-up continuity book [disbound and foldered]
Box.Folder
62.6-10 Make-up tests 2, 3, and 5
Box.Folder
63.1-7 Polaroids and prints arranged by scene numbers; includes affidavit of Daniel Park in Shelley Films vs. Rex Features
Box.Folder
63.8 Wardrobe Polaroids for "the Creature," scenes 92-204
Box.Folder
63.9 "Special FX make-up," correspondence re eyes, mouth casts, and "the Creature" sculpture mold forms
Box.Folder
63.10 Storyboards, test 1-5
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
64.1 Cinefex article, no. 60, December 1994
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
64.2 Promotional material, product spin-offs, press junket itineraries, screening invitations
Box.Folder
64.3 Tri-Star Pictures press kit
Research materials
Box.Folder
64.4 Correspondence and print material
Bound volumes
BV
99 400 More Self Assessment Picture Tests in Clinical Medicine (1989)
BV
100 400 Self Assessment Picture Tests in Clinical Medicine (1988)
BV
101 Aldiss, Brian, Kurt Vonnegut, and Loren D. Estleman. The Ultimate Frankenstein (1991)
BV
102-103* Baran, R., R. P. R. Dawber, and G. M. Levene. A Colour Atlas of the Hair, Scalp & Nails (1991), two copies (*loose items withdrawn from BV103)
BV
104-107 Branagh, Kenneth. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994), three paperbacks and one hardcover
BV
108 Chessell, G. S. J., et al. Diagnostic Picture Tests in Clinical Medicine 2 (1984)
BV
109 Emond, R. T. D. and H. A. K. Rowland. Diagnostic Picture Tests in Infectious Diseases (1990)
BV
110* Grossman, John A. Minor Injuries and Repairs (1993) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
111 Huet, Marie-Hélène. Monstrous Imagination (1993)
BV
112 Kendrick, Walter. The Thrill of Fear: 250 Years of Scary Entertainment (1991)
BV
113 Levene, G. M. and S. K. Goolamali. Diagnostic Picture Tests in Dermatology (1991)
BV
114 Mellor, Anne K. Romanticism and Gender (1993)
BV
115 Peacock, Erle E., Jr. Wound Repair (1984)
BV
116 Riley, Philip J., ed. Frankenstein: The Man Who Made a Monster (1989), inscribed to RDN by the author
BV
117 Sharvill, Denis E. Skin Signs of Systemic Disease (1988)
Shelley, Mary
BV
118* Frankenstein (Signet Classic edition, 1983) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
119 Frankenstein (Penguin Classics edition, 1992)
BV
120 Frankenstein (World's Classics edition, 1992)
BV
121 Stark, Richard. Total Facial Reconstruction (1984)
BV
122 Thomas, Stephen. Wound Management and Dressings (1990)
BV
123 Walker, W. F. Diagnostic Picture Tests in General Surgery (1987)
BV
124 Zederfeldt, B., S. Jacobsson, and J. Ahonen. Wounds and Wound Healing (1986)
BV
125 Zoltan, Janos. Atlas of Skin Repair (1984)
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1971)
Production and publicity materials
Box
208 Promotional calendars
Box.Folder
64.5 Publicity stills
Box.Folder
64.6 Screening cards
Box.Folder
234.3 Audition, production, and research photographs, 1970, undated
Research material, bound volume
BV
126* Breslin, Jimmy. The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1969) (*annotated by RDN)
The Godfather, Part II (1974)
Screenplays, by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola
Box.Folder
64.7 The Godfather, [part one] undated, lacks title page; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
64.8 4 July 1973, "Mario Puzo's The Godfather," part two, first draft by Coppola, photocopy; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
65.1 24 September 1973, "The Godfather," part two, second draft by Puzo and Coppola; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
65.2 Script section, scenes 49 through 251, photocopy of original; with RDN notes
Box
182 Shooting script, with RDN notes, lacks title page; contains "old script" and "new script" pages, with additional script pages and extensive RDN notes re character development
Production materials
Box.Folder
65.3 Congratulatory telegrams
Box.Folder
65.4 Costume designs
Box.Folder
65.5 Dialogue from various scenes, handwritten in Sicilian dialect; "Learn-a-Language Conversational Italian Course Manual #1"; progress report for RDN from Berlitz School
Box.Folder
65.6-8, 234.4 Production photographs
Box.Folder
66.1 Shooting schedule, with RDN notes; RDN photographs laid in
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
66.2 Advertising quotes
Box.Folder
66.3* Publicity stills (*oversize photographs removed to oversize box 208)
Box.Folder
66.4 Reviews and articles in periodicals
Box.Folder
66.5 Reviews in newspapers
Box
208 Screening cards
Box.Folder
234.5 Articles on the film, 1974-1975
Research materials
Box
208 Photographs of gangsters with handwritten descriptions in Italian
Box.Folder
66.6 Pate, Thomas. Mafia at War (1972); with several pages of RDN's handwritten notes
Box.Folder
66.7 Puzo, Mario. The Godfather (novel, chapter 14), photocopy; with RDN notes
Bound volumes and related print material
BV
127 Aguzzi, Elena and Gabriella. Voci di Provincia, screenplay (1980)
BV
128 Cavagna, Marcello. Crimine e Famiglia nel "Padrino" e "Padrino parte II" di F. Coppola: un'Analisi Filmologica (1987), inscribed to RDN
BV
129* Munari, Bruno. Supplemento al Dizionario Italiano (1963) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
130 Pannuti, Anna. Esercizi-Proverbi Grammatica (1969)
BV
131 Pecorella, Giusto, comp. Vocabolario Numerico Siciliano-Italiano (1932)
Godsend (2004)
Screenplays, by Mark Bomback; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
66.8-11 6 September 2002, four copies
Box.Folder
67.1 With handwritten notes, not in RDN's hand
Box.Folder
67.2-4 15 October 2002, three copies
Box.Folder
67.5 4 November 2002
Box.Folder
67.6 22 November 2002
Box.Folder
67.7-68.1 6 December 2002, 2 copies
Box.Folder
68.2 9 December 2002
Box.Folder
68.3 14 December 2002
Box.Folder
68.4 June-August, 2003; re-shoot scripts and script pages; with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
68.5 Call sheets, correspondence, daily editor logs, dialogue changes, one-liner schedule, tape list, and weekly schedule
Photographs
Box.Folder
68.6-7 Make-up/hair continuity
Box.Folder
69.1-4 Production stills
Box.Folder
69.5-6 Wardrobe continuity
Research materials
Box.Folder
69.7 "Cloning for Dummies!," compiled by "The Godsend Institute" [Blue Productions, Inc.]
Box
186 "Godsend research," binder of research material
BV
132* Frommer's Toronto, 8th edition (2002) (*annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn)
Goodfellas (1990)
Screenplays titled "Wiseguy" by Nicholas Pileggi and Martin Scorsese; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
70.1 12 January 1989, with name changes addenda
Box.Folder
70.2 16 May 1989, subsequent revisions
"Coded for reference for dailies"
Box.Folder
70.3 Photocopy
Box.Folder
70.4 Half-size format
Marked for make-up and wardrobe continuity
Box.Folder
70.5 Pages 1-84
Box.Folder
70.6 Pages 85-125, plus related material on hair styling chronology and time lines
Box
187 Shooting script, with extensive RDN notes, revised script pages, and production material laid in
Production materials
Box.Folder
70.7 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) for television, 1992
Box.Folder
70.8 Correspondence from Ray Liotta and Silvio Berlusconi
Box.Folder
70.9 Photographs, informal prints of cast with Scorsese; Goodfellas sign boards at movie theater in Japan
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
71.1 Press kits, publicity photographs, and screening card
Box.Folder
336.1 Publicity kits with oversize publicity stills
Box.Folder
71.2 Publicity tours, RDN head-shot, Jack Lang's remarks on RDN’s acting career
Reviews
Box.Folder
71.3-5 Clippings, photocopies
Box
212 European newspapers
European periodicals, arranged by periodical title
Box.Folder
71.6 A-Em
Box.Folder
71.7 Ex-I
Box.Folder
72.1 P
Box.Folder
72.2 S
Box.Folder
72.3 T-V
Research materials, re James Burke, Henry Hill, and others
Box.Folder
72.4 Court documents
Box.Folder
72.5 Photographs
Box.Folder
72.6 "Tampa case" articles
Bound volumes
BV
133 XLVII Mostra Internazionale D'Arte Cinematografica (1990)
Pileggi, Nicholas
BV
134 Les Affranchis (1985)
BV
135-136* Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family (1985) (*annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn from BV135)
Great Expectations (1998)
Screenplay, by Mitch Glazer
Box.Folder
73.1 "Lustig" sections; with RDN notes
Box
334 10 June 1996 screenplay revised through 10 October 1996, in presentation binding
Production materials
Box.Folder
73.2 Correspondence re casting and congratulatory letters from Creative Artists Agency
Photographs
Box.Folder
73.3 Hair contact prints and production prints
Box.Folder
73.4-11 Make-up/hair tests and continuity photographs
Box.Folder
74.1 Make-up/hair tests, in binder
Box.Folder
74.2 Wardrobe and hair continuity Polaroids
Box.Folder
335 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
74.3 Correspondence and review
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Research materials
Box.Folder
74.4 Information re hair
BV
137 Cliff Notes on Dickens' Great Expectations (1995)
BV
138 Dickens, Charles. Great Expectations (World's Classics edition, 1994)
Greetings (1968; see also Hi, Mom!)
Production materials
Box.Folder
234.6 Improv of scene, undated
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet poster (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
74.5 Publicity flyer and photographs
Guilty by Suspicion (1991)
Screenplays titled "Fear No Evil," by Irwin Winkler; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Revisions of the 30 November 1989 script
Box.Folder
74.6 14 March 1990, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
74.7 20 May 1990
Box.Folder
74.8 Undated, lacks title page
Box.Folder
74.9-75.2 Shooting script, with production material inserted
Production materials
Box.Folder
75.3 Correspondence
Photographs
Box.Folder
75.4-6 Hair continuity
Box.Folder
75.7 Wardrobe continuity; photo montage with RDN, Annette Bening, and Luke Edwards
Box.Folder
234.7 Photographs of props and wardrobe accessories
Box.Folder
234.8-9 Production photographs
Box.Folder
235.1 Photographs of RDN, Irwin Winkler, and Martin Scorsese
Box.Folder
75.8 Prop list and David Merrill subpoena
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
75.9 Invitation for screening at MOMA; press junket scheduling and information; publicity photographs of RDN; screenings in Japan
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
75.10* Reviews (*oversize magazine articles removed to box 211)
Research materials
Box.Folder
75.11 re Louise Brooks and John Huston
Bound volumes
BV
139 Anger, Kenneth. Hollywood Babylon (1975)
BV
140 Benabent-Loiseau, Josée. The Odyssey of the Bear: The Making of the Film by Jean-Jacques Annaud (1989)
BV
141 Burrough, Bryan and John Helyar. Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco (1990)
BV
142 Campbell, Joseph. The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1973)
BV
143 Davies, Marion. The Times We Had: Life with William Randolph Hearst (1975)
BV
144 Goldman, Louis. Lights, Camera, Action! (1986)
BV
145 Grobel, Lawrence. The Hustons (1989)
BV
146 Guiles, Fred Lawrence. Hanging on in Paradise (1975)
BV
147* Harris, Martha. Angelica Huston: The Lady and Her Legacy (1989) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
148* Hepburn, Katharine. The Making of the African Queen (1988) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
149 Howard, Jean and James Watters. Jean Howard's Hollywood: A Photo Memoir (1989)
BV
150* Huston, John. An Open Book (1980) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
151* Kaminsky, Stuart. John Huston: Maker of Magic (1978) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
152* Keyser, Les and Barbara. Hollywood and the Catholic Church (1984) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
153* Koszarski, Richard. Great American Film Directors in Photographs (1984) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
154 Lewis, Jerry. The Total Film Maker (1973)
BV
155 Life Goes to the Movies (1975)
BV
156 Macmillan, Harold. The Blast of War, 1939-1945 (1968)
BV
157* Navasky, Victor S. Naming Names (1986) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
158* Nolan, William F. John Huston: King Rebel (1965) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
159 Paris, Barry. Louise Brooks (1989)
BV
160 Sennett, Ted. Great Movie Directors (1986)
Heat (1995)
Screenplays, by Michael Mann
Box.Folder
76.1-2 4 March 1994 revision, two untitled copies; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
76.3 8 December 1994, titled "Heat"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
76.4 30 January 1995, revised through 31 March 1995; no RDN notes
11 June 1995 revisions
Box.Folder
76.5 "Ilona's script," annotated for "blood on face"
Box
188 Shooting script, with RDN notes; additional notes, production and research material inserted
Production materials
Box.Folder
76.6 Correspondence from Amy Brenneman, Edward (Eddie) Bunker, and Val Kilmer
Box.Folder
76.7 Schedules, staff and crew lists, wardrobe lists and memos
Photographs
Box.Folder
77.1-3 Make-up/hair tests and continuity, prints and Polaroids
Box.Folder
77.4-5* Production photographs (*oversize photographs removed to box 211)
Box.Folder
77.6 Wardrobe continuity Polaroids
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
78.1* Press kit, publicity memos, and reviews (*newspaper advertising layouts and correspondence removed to oversize box 211)
Research materials
Box.Folder
78.2 On inmates and their writings
Box.Folder
78.3 Tattoo photographs and drawings
Bound volumes
BV
161 Abbott, Dwight Edgar, with Jack Carter. I Cried, You Didn't Listen (1991)
BV
162* Bunker, Edward. No Beast So Fierce (1993) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
163 Stark, Richard. The Outfit (1963)
BV
164 Westlake, Donald E. The Hunter (1984)
Hi, Mom! (1970; see also Greetings)
Box.Folder
78.4 Screenplay titled "Son of Greetings," by Brian De Palma and Chuck Hirsch; with RDN notes and annotated typescript of original story by De Palma and Hirsch
Box.Folder
78.5 Production photographs
Hide and Seek (2005)
Screenplays, by Ari Schlossberg; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
25 July 2003, scripts, two copies
Box.Folder
78.6 Copy 1
Box.Folder
78.7 Copy 2, with marginal notes not in RDN's hand
Box.Folder
78.8-79.2 28 August 2003, "shooting script," four copies
Box.Folder
79.3 8 September 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
79.4-5 "September 8, 2003, 7:35 pm," two copies
Box.Folder
79.6 1 October 2003, script fragment; with RDN notes
2 October 2003, "shooting script," subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
79.7 3 October 2003, with RDN notes and note from John Polson
Box.Folder
79.8 10 October 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
79.9-80.1 14 October 2003, scripts, copies 38 and 39
Box.Folder
80.2 17 October 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
80.3 18 October 2003, cast read-through; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
80.4 28 October 2003, unapproved draft; with RDN notes and handwritten note from Polson
11 December 2003 scripts
Box.Folder
80.5 "Unapproved--white draft," with RDN notes
Box.Folder
80.6 "New approved white draft"
Box.Folder
80.7 7 January 2004 cumulative revisions, with RDN notes and dialogue changes in another's hand
Box.Folder
80.8 9 January 2004, "approved 2nd pink draft"
26 January 2004 cumulative revisions
Box.Folder
81.1 With dialogue changes in another's hand
Box.Folder
81.2 With RDN notes and dialogue changes
Box.Folder
81.3 26 February 2004 cumulative revisions, with RDN notes and dialogue changes
Box.Folder
81.4 Script insert pages, sets with various dates from 19 September 2003 to 26 February 2004
Production materials
Box.Folder
81.5 Notes from Dakota Fanning
Box
189 Wardrobe continuity book, facsimile; costume tags with RDN wardrobe photographs
Research materials
BV
165* Cohen, Barry M., Esther Giller, and Lynn W. Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside Out (1991) (*annotated by RDN)
Box.Folder
81.6-7 On multiple personality disorder
Jackie Brown (1997)
Screenplays, by Quentin Tarantino; final draft, 16 April 1997, revised through 20 May 1997
Box.Folder
82.1 With production notes on title page
Box.Folder
82.2 Leather bound, with RDN notes
Production and publicity materials
Box
211 Costume drawings for "Louis" by Michele Michel
Box.Folder
82.3 Make-up and wardrobe continuity photographs
Box.Folder
82.4 Notes on characters and wardrobe; continuity breakdown
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Tattoos
Box.Folder
82.5 Original designs
Box.Folder
82.6 Transfers for
Research materials, bound volumes
Leonard, Elmore
BV
166* Rum Punch (1993) (*annotated by RDN; loose items withdrawn)
BV
167* The Switch (1978) (*annotated by RDN)
Jacknife (1989)
Box.Folder
82.7 Playscript Strange Snow by Stephen Metcalfe for Manhattan Theatre Club, undated
Screenplays by Metcalfe; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
82.8 10 May 1987 revision, with RDN notes
28 June 1987, interim third draft
Box.Folder
83.1 In Sandollar [Productions] covers
Box.Folder
83.2 Half-size format script, without title page
Box.Folder
83.3-4 In Kings Road Entertainment covers; numerical sequence of shots marked in text
Box.Folder
83.5 Shooting script, half-size format, revised to 1 June 1988, with RDN notes; call sheet for 21 June 1988 laid in
Box.Folder
83.6 Production materials including contact list and crew list/Canada, May 1988
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
83.7* Correspondence and photographs (*signed oversize photograph of Vietnam veterans removed to box 211)
Posters
Flatfile
* One-sheet poster (*removed to oversize flat files)
Folder
* Photostat copy (*removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
84.1* Reviews and articles from newspapers (*binder of reviews removed to oversize box 190)
Research materials, bound volumes
BV
168 Bartecchi, Carl E. Soc Trang: A Vietnamese Odyssey (1980)
BV
169 Berry, Clifton F., Jr. Sky Soldiers (1987)
BV
170 Bok, Sissela. Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life (1978)
BV
171 Edelman, Bernard. Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1985)
BV
172 Ekman, Paul. Telling Lies: Clues to Deceit in the Marketplace, Politics, and Marriage (1985)
BV
173 Groom, Winston and Duncan Spencer. Conversations with the Enemy (1983)
BV
174 Herr, Michael. Dispatches (1977)
BV
175* Hjortsberg, William. Falling Angel (1978) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
176 Jury, Mark. The Vietnam Photo Book (1986)
BV
177 Karnow, Stanley. Vietnam, A History: The First Complete Account of Vietnam at War (1984)
BV
178 Ketwig, John. ...and a Hard Rain Fell (1985)
BV
179 Mangold, Tom and John Penycate. Tunnel Warfare (1987)
BV
180 Monette, Paul. Borrowed Time: An Aids Memoir (1988)
BV
181 Wright, Stephen. Meditations in Green (1984)
Research material related to Vietnam and truckers
Box.Folder
84.2-3 Periodical issues with notes for wardrobe ideas
Box.Folder
84.4-5 Printed matter and photographs (photocopies)
Box.Folder
84.6 Jennifer on My Mind (1971), production photographs
The King of Comedy (1983); book, treatments, and screenplays by Paul D. Zimmerman
Box.Folder
84.7 Book, corrected typescript, photocopy
Box.Folder
85.1-3 Three additional copies
Box.Folder
85.4 Partial typescript, two copies
Treatments
Box.Folder
85.5 "The Autograph Hunter," extended treatment
"The King of Comedy," unfinished manuscript
Box.Folder
86.1 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
86.2 With RDN notes
Screenplays, all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
86.3 First draft, undated
Box.Folder
86.4 11 July 1974, letter from Martin Scorsese to RDN re Zimmerman script
15 December 1976
Box.Folder
86.5-7 Three copies marked "c/o Bob Greenhut"
Box.Folder
86.8 Copy marked "c/o The Ufland Agency," with notes by RDN; revised script pages and other material laid in
16 April 1981
Box.Folder
87.1 Partial script to page 67
Box.Folder
87.2 Complete script with handwritten revisions, not in RDN's hand
Box
190 Typescript with typed revisions throughout; with RDN notes
Final draft, undated, New Regency Films
Box.Folder
87.3 Copy 5, with RDN notes; location Polaroids; Zimmerman letter to RDN enclosed with scene notes and script pages
Box.Folder
87.4-5 Copies 6 and 7
Box.Folder
87.6-7 Two unnumbered copies
Box.Folder
235.2 Undated script, with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
88.1 Character and script notes, list of scenes, lyrics for "Come Rain or Come Shine," and script fragments
Box.Folder
88.2 Congratulatory telegram and postcard
Box.Folder
88.3 Staff and crew list; shooting schedule, May 1981; research information
Box.Folder
235.3 Production photographs on set
Box.Folder
235.4 Wardrobe photographs
Publicity materials
Box
212 Al Hirschfeld drawing of Jerry Lewis and RDN as Jerry Langford and Rupert Pupkin (multiple copies)
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
88.4 Press kits
Box.Folder
88.5* Publicity stills and slides; award photographs (*oversize stills removed to box 211)
Box.Folder
88.6-7* Reviews (*oversize newspaper clippings removed to box 212)
The Last Tycoon (1976)
Screenplays, by Harold Pinter
11 November 1974 scripts
Box.Folder
88.8 Copy 8, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
88.9 Copy 27, no RDN notes
11 August 1975 scripts
Box
191 Copy 20, with extensive RDN notes; additional mimeo and RDN notes in pocket at front
Box.Folder
89.1 Copy 62, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
89.2 Production materials, notes and correspondence from Elia Kazan re Stahr character
Box.Folder
235.5 Stills and research photographs
Box
337 Mounted stills
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
89.3 Press booklet "Handbook of Production Information," screening card, publicity stills
Box.Folder
89.4 Articles and review
Box
337 Lobby cards
Research materials and related works
BV
182 Crowther, Bosley. Hollywood Rajah: The Life and Times of Louis B. Mayer (1960)
BV
183 Dardis, Tom. Some Time in the Sun (1976)
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
BV
184-185 The Crack-up (1964, 1974), two editions
BV
186 The Diamond As Big As the Ritz (1975)
Box.Folder
89.5 The Last Tycoon (1970), photocopy of book, with handwritten notes not in RDN's hand
BV
187* The Last Tycoon (1970) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
188 The Last Tycoon (1976)
BV
189 The Lost Decade (1974)
BV
190* Hurok, Sol, with Ruth Goode. Impresario (1946) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
191 Latham, Aaron. Crazy Sundays: F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood (1971)
BV
192 Marion, Frances. Off with Their Heads! (1972)
BV
193* Marx, Samuel. Mayer and Thalberg: The Make-Believe Saints (1975) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
194 Mizener, Arthur. The Fitzgerald Reader (1963)
BV
195 Rosenberg, Bernard and Harry Silverstein. The Real Tinsel (1970)
BV
196 Schulberg, Budd. The Disenchanted (1975)
BV
197 Taylor, John Russell. Hollywood 1940's (1985)
Thomas, Bob
BV
198 King Cohn (1967)
BV
199* Thalberg: Life and Legend (1969) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
200 Turnbull, Andrew, ed. The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1963)
BV
201* Vidor, King. A Tree Is a Tree (1953) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
202 Zierold, Norman. The Moguls (1969)
Box.Folder
89.6 Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth (1999), documentary by Robert B. Weide, narrated by RDN; correspondence, narration scripts, reviews
Limitless (2011)
Screenplays, by Leslie Dixon, based on the novel The Dark Fields by Alan Glynn
Box.Folder
306.6 21 December 2009, revised through 16 March 2010, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
306.7 6 January 2010, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
306.8 5 February 2010, with RDN note on cover sheet
Box.Folder
307.1 16 March 2010, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
307.2 22 March 2010, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
307.3 22 March 2010, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
307.4 22 March 2010; "Brad Robinson" on title page
Box.Folder
307.5 26 April 2010, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
307.6 11 May 2010, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
308.1 Revised script pages, 25 March-28 April 2010
Production materials
Box.Folder
308.2 Bound volume of production stills inscribed to RDN by director Neil Burger, March 2011
Box.Folder
308.3 Crew call schedules, March-May 2010
Research materials and related works
BV
280 Bryce, Robert. Power Hungry (2010)
BV
281 Glynn, Alan. The Dark Fields (2001) (inscribed to RDN by the author)
Little Fockers (2010, RDN producer)
Screenplays, by John Hamburg, from the original screenplay by Larry Stuckey
Box.Folder
308.4 29 September 2009, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
308.5 29 September 2009 revised through 13 October 2009, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
308.6 29 September 2009 revised through 13 October 2009, with RDN notes and notes in another's hand
Box.Folder
308.7 8 October 2009, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
309.1 29 September 2009 shooting script revised through 21 October 2009, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
309.2 21 October 2009 revised pages only, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
309.3 Shooting script revised through 21 January 2010, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
309.4-5 Revised script pages, undated
Production materials
Box.Folder
309.6-7 Studio screening notes, 2009-2010
Box.Folder
310.1-3 Crew call sheets (reduced format), 2009-2010
Box.Folder
310.4-311.1 Crew call sheets (8 1/2 x 11 format), 2009-2010
Box.Folder
311.2 Crew call sheets (8 1/2 x 14 format), 2009-2010
Box.Folder
311.3 Crew lists, one line schedules, and rehearsal schedules, 2009-2010
Box.Folder
311.4 Correspondence, 2009, undated
Box.Folder
311.5-311.8 Production photographs, undated
Box.Folder
312.1-2 Screenplay, revised through 27 January 2010, with wardrobe continuity
Box.Folder
312.3 Stills for approval, "Jack" character; Glen Wilson photographer, undated
Machete (2010)
Screenplays by Robert Rodriguez
Box.Folder
312.4 20 July 2009, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
312.5 7 August 2009, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
312.6 23 August 2009, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
313.1 24 August 2009, in binder, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
313.2 24 August 2009, unbound, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
313.3 Script pages, with RDN notes, undated
Production materials
Box.Folder
313.4 Crew call sheets, 2009
Box.Folder
313.5 Shooting schedule, 2009
Mad Dog and Glory (1993)
Screenplays, by Richard Price; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
89.7 "First draft," undated; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
89.8 "Second draft," undated; with RDN notes
14 June 1990, "read-through draft"
Box.Folder
89.9 Copy 15
Box.Folder
89.10 Half-size format
Box.Folder
90.1-2 Two copies, one with scene numbers
25 June 1991 revisions
Box.Folder
90.3 Lacks title page and page one, with handwritten changes not in RDN's hand
Box.Folder
90.4 Unmarked copy
Box.Folder
90.5 5 July 1991 revisions
15 July 1991 revisions
Box.Folder
90.6 "Coded script," with handwritten notations re taping
Box.Folder
91.1 With handwritten notations re make-up/hair and wardrobe
Box.Folder
91.2 With handwritten revisions and extensive RDN notes
Box.Folder
235.6 Script annotated by RDN and another hand
Box.Folder
91.3 Revised script pages, various dates
Production materials
Box.Folder
91.4 Casting list with résumé head shots
Box.Folder
91.5 Contacts and crew lists, continuity memo, credit list, dialogue changes, line sheets, production notes, shooting schedule, and title design
Box.Folder
91.6 Correspondence
Photographs
Box.Folder
91.7-92.1 Make-up photographs and continuity Polaroids
Box.Folder
92.2 Wardrobe continuity Polaroids
Box.Folder
235.7 Cast and crew photographs, including Bill Murray portrait inscribed to RDN
Box.Folder
235.8 Production photographs
Box.Folder
92.3 Storyboards
Box.Folder
92.4* Publicity materials: memo re publicity events; press release; publicity photographs (*poster paste-up removed to oversize box 211)
Research materials
Box.Folder
92.5-6* Clippings, map, printed material, and notes from technical advisor John S. Redmond of the Chicago Police Department Crime Lab (*two ink drawings by cartoonist Sirr Harry Buckner removed to oversize folder)
Bound volumes
BV
203 Fletcher, Connie. What Cops Know (1990)
BV
204* Gerberth, Vernon J. Practical Homicide Investigation: Tactics, Procedures, and Forensic Techniques (1983) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
205 Knight, Bernard. Forensic Medicine (1985)
BV
206 McGuire, Robert J. Crime Scene Technicians Guide (1977)
BV
207 A Pocket Guide to Arson and Fire Investigation (1990)
Marvin's Room (1996)
Screenplays, by Scott McPherson; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
92.7 7 June 1995, copy 2
Box.Folder
92.8 21 June 1995 revisions, copy 114; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
93.1 28 July 1995 script revised to 1 August 1995; pages with RDN scenes removed
Box.Folder
93.2 15 August 1995 revisions, RDN scenes only; with RDN notes
21 August 1995 revisions, RDN scenes only
Box.Folder
93.3 Unmarked pages
Box.Folder
93.4 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
93.5 20 September 1995 revisions
Box.Folder
93.6 Scene H88, revisions of 13 and 28 February 1996; with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
93.7 Make-up/hair continuity Polaroids and photographs
Box
338 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein -- see Frankenstein
Mean Streets (1973)
Screenplays
Box.Folder
93.8 "Season of the Witch," by Martin Scorsese, Mardik Martin, and Ethan Edwards
"Mean Streets"
Box.Folder
93.9 By Scorsese, Taplin Productions
Box.Folder
93.10 By Scorsese and Martin, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
94.1 Production materials: shooting schedule, cast and crew lists, revised script pages with RDN notes; photographs
Publicity materials
Posters
Folder
* Films playing at Bleecker Street Cinema, including "Mean Streets" (*removed to oversize folder)
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
94.2 Press kit with photographs and cast biographies
Box.Folder
94.3 Publicity stills
Meet the Fockers (2004)
Screenplays, various screenwriters
22 March 2002, by Jim Herzfeld; rewrite by Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz
Box.Folder
94.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
94.5 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
94.6 Undated revision, with RDN notes
12 December 2002, by David O. Russell and Jeff Baena
Box.Folder
94.7 No RDN notes; lacks title page
Box.Folder
94.8 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.1 17 July 2003, first draft, revisions by Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.2 18 July 2003, "Larry [Stuckey] and Jay [Roach" draft; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.3 5 September 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.4 31 October 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.5 14 November 2003, "read-through draft," with cast list; no RDN notes
Revisions by John Hamburg
4 March 2004, "Hamburg partial draft"
Box.Folder
95.6 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
95.7 With RDN notes
Undated, unpaginated version
Box.Folder
95.8 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
96.1 With RDN notes
"Hamburg first 'full' draft"
Box.Folder
96.2-3 22 March 2004, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
96.4 26 March 2004, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
96.5 26 March 2004, "Hamburg read-thru," no RDN notes
Box.Folder
96.6 5 April 2004, partial draft, pages 1-45; with RDN notes and cover note from Jay Roach
6 April 2004, "Hamburg draft," through page 84
Box.Folder
96.7 With RDN notes and note from Roach
Box.Folder
97.1 With RDN notes
11 April 2004 scripts
Box.Folder
97.2 With RDN notes and note from Roach
Box.Folder
97.3 With RDN notes and corrections in another's hand
Box.Folder
97.4-5 16 April 2004, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
97.6 19 April 2004, rough draft Act 3, pages 98-132, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
97.7-8 20 and 21 April 2004, "Hamburg read-thru draft"; with RDN notes
23 April 2004 scripts
Box.Folder
97.9 17 May 2004 revisions, no RDN notes
26 July 2004 revisions
Box
192 Final script, with RDN notes; binder cover imprinted "Jack Byrnes"
Box.Folder
98.1 Half-size format, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
98.2 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
98.3-4 Draft revision sections, some with RDN notes, 1 August 2003 to 19 September 2004
Box.Folder
98.5 Re-shoot scripts, 22 September to 4 October 2004; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
98.6 Custom leather binder for script; binding by Ronnie Gousman
Production materials
Box.Folder
99.1 Call sheets, 19 April to 10 August 2004
Box.Folder
99.2-4 Call sheets for RDN with corresponding script pages, 26 April to 3 August 2004; three photographs of RDN and Dustin Hoffman
Box.Folder
99.5 Cast, contact, and crew lists
Box.Folder
99.6 Correspondence, cast and crew
Box.Folder
99.7 Production reports, 7 April to 10 August 2004
Box.Folder
99.8 Prop inventory (photographs)
Box.Folder
100.1 Quick guides and post-production schedules
Box
192 Wardrobe continuity lists and photographs, with script revised through 26 July 2004
Box.Folder
100.2 Publicity, correspondence
Meet the Parents (2000)
Screenplays by Jim Herzfeld; revisions by John Hamburg, Alexander Payne, and Jim Taylor
Box.Folder
100.3 Script synopsis
Box.Folder
100.4 3 June 1999, "director's revised," with RDN notes; typed note from Kevin Misher
Box.Folder
100.5 August 1999, script outlines and cast list
13 August 1999, "director's revised"
Box.Folder
100.6 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
100.7 With text-editing strike-throughs
Box.Folder
100.8 16 September 1999, "John Hamburg's 1rst draft"; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
100.9 15 October 1999, "Hamburg pages 1-401," with remaining pages "blue revised 10/3/99"; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
100.10 25 October 1999, "director's interim draft"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
101.1 26 October 1999, "pink draft revised"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
101.2 1 November 1999, "yellow interim"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
101.3 13 December 1999, "ivory interim"; no RDN notes; note from "Jay and Shauna"
13 January 2000, revised script
Box.Folder
101.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
101.5 With RDN notes, bound script with inserted re-shoot pages
Box.Folder
102.1 Custom leather binder for script; binding by Ronnie Gousman
Production materials
Box.Folder
102.2 Call sheets, casting invoices, list of reels/scenes, and one-liner schedules
Box.Folder
102.3 Correspondence, Jay Roach
Photographs
Box.Folder
102.4 Make-up/hair, RDN and cast
Box.Folder
102.5 RDN eyeglass tests
Box.Folder
102.6 RDN "on telephone" tests
Box.Folder
102.7 Wardrobe continuity pages with Polaroids [facsimile] and lists; several half-size format script pages
Box.Folder
102.8 Wardrobe tests, RDN
Box.Folder
103.1-2 Wardrobe tests, RDN and cast
Box
339 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, undated
Box.Folder
103.3 Video (DVD and VHS) artwork design and production
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
103.4 Public appearances
Box.Folder
103.5-7* Publicity and reviews (*oversize reviews removed to oversize box 211)
Research materials, bound volume
BV
208 Rozakis, Laurie E. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Dealing with In-Laws (1998)
Men of Honor (2000)
Screenplays titled "Navy Diver," by Scott Marshall Smith; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
104.1 June 1995, "first draft"
Box.Folder
104.2 17 December 1998, "second revised draft"
Box.Folder
104.3-4 17 March 1999, "third revision," two copies
20 April 1999, "fourth revision"
Box.Folder
104.5 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
104.6 With RDN notes
27 July 1999
Box.Folder
104.7 "Not correct 7/27 version"
Box.Folder
104.8 "Locked white draft," lacking pages 38-52
"Shooting script"
Box.Folder
105.1-3 4 August 1999 revisions, three copies
Box.Folder
105.4 7 September 1999 revisions, bound copy; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
105.5 Script revisions, various dates, with RDN notes; correspondence and script synopsis
Production materials
Box.Folder
105.6 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) notes and revisions; script supervisor's one-liner list
Box.Folder
105.7 Call sheets
Box.Folder
106.1 Casting
Box.Folder
106.2 Correspondence and photographs from divers
Box.Folder
106.3 Invoices for limousine services
Photographs
Box.Folder
106.4 Make-up
Box.Folder
106.5-8 Wardrobe and make-up
Box.Folder
106.9 Speech and dialogue phonetic transcriptions
Box.Folder
106.10 Tattoo designs and photographs
Box
194 Wardrobe continuity Polaroids and production material, facsimile
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
107.1 Fact breakdown, press junket schedule, quotes, and review
Box.Folder
107.2 Photographs, RDN and Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Posters
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box
211 Proof
Research materials
Box.Folder
107.3 Divers Institute of Technology program catalog and RDN's "Professional Commercial Diver" diploma, 5 August 1999
Box
193 "Men's period hair research in the U. S. Navy, 1940's-1960's," two copies
Box.Folder
107.4 U. S. Navy. Bureau of Ships Diving Manual, photocopy, pages 512-end
BV
209 U. S. Navy Diving Manual, volume one, Air Diving (1993)
Midnight Run (1988)
Screenplays, by George Gallo; both without RDN notes
Box.Folder
107.5 31 July 1987, "revised draft"
Box.Folder
107.6 21-23 October 1987, revised script pages
Production materials
Box.Folder
107.7 Correspondence re Golden Globe nomination
Box
211 Production photographs
Box.Folder
107.8 Shooting schedules, preliminary staff and crew list for New York shoot
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
107.9-10 Advertisements, articles, interviews, and reviews
Box.Folder
107.11 Premiere invitation and screening card
Research materials
Box.Folder
108.1 Articles about bounty hunters, WMAT police badge sticker, "Posture and Physical Conditioning" by Karin Dehio; poetry and short story "The Hunter" by Ralph Thorson
Box.Folder
108.2 City of New York police observer applications
Bound volumes
BV
210* Burton, Bob. Bounty Hunter (1984) (*annotated by RDN)
BV
211 Keane, Christopher. The Hunter (1980)
BV
212 Remsberg, Charles. Street Survival: Tactics for Armed Encounters (1980)
BV
213 Stevenson, Bob. Skip Tracing (1984), inscribed by the author
BV
214 Zoglio, Michael. Tracing Missing Persons (1980)
The Mission (1986)
Box.Folder
108.3 "Guarani, a suggestion for an original screenplay by Robert Bolt," typescript, January 1975
Screenplays by Bolt
23 September 1984, second revised version
Box.Folder
108.4 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
108.5 With RDN notes
Box
198 Shooting script revised through 30 March 1985; with extensive RDN notes and correspondence from Anthony Lawn, S.J. laid in
Production materials
Box.Folder
108.6 Call sheets, 16 May 1985
Box
216 Costume designs, clerical garments
Box.Folder
108.7* Guidebooks, Columbia (*aerial view of Iguazu Falls, Argentina, removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
108.8* Production photographs and location shots (*oversize prints removed to box 216)
Box.Folder
235.9 Beard test and make-up Polaroids
Box.Folder
235.10 Production photographs, cast and crew
Box.Folder
235.11 Studio stills
Box.Folder
236.1 Production and location photographs
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
108.9 Correspondence from Penguin Books to RDN re cover design of Bolt's novelization of screenplay; includes two photographs
Box.Folder
108.10 Photographs of cast greeted by Queen Sofia of Spain and studio stills
Box.Folder
108.11 Press kits and screening card
Box.Folder
108.12 Reviews, articles, and clerical images, including letters from Daniel Berrigan, S.J. and Fernando Ghia
Research materials, bound volumes and photocopies
Bound volumes
BV
215 Berrigan, Daniel, S.J. The Mission: A Film Journal (1986), inscribed by the author
BV
216 Bolt, Robert. The Mission (1986)
BV
217 Descola, Jean. The Conquistadors (1957)
BV
218 Métraux, Alfred. The History of the Incas (1969)
BV
219 Radin, Paul. The Indians of South America (1946)
Photocopies of books, selected pages
Box.Folder
109.1 Caraman, Philip. The Lost Paradise (1975)
Box.Folder
109.2 Casas, Bartolomé de las. The Tears of the Indians (1656)
Box.Folder
109.3 Clarke, S. J. G. The Congo Mercenary (1968)
Box.Folder
109.4 Courson, R. de. The Jesuits (1879)
Box.Folder
109.5 Cowan, Marian. The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola (1982)
Box.Folder
109.6 Foss, Michael. The Founding of the Jesuits (1969)
Box.Folder
110.1 Gilbert, Henry. The Conquerors of Peru (1913)
Box.Folder
110.2 Goldwert, Marvin. Psychic Conflict in Spanish America (1982)
Box.Folder
110.3 Haring, Clarence H. The Spanish Empire in America (1963)
Box.Folder
110.4 Harney, Martin P. The Jesuits in History (1941)
Box.Folder
110.5 Hennessey, C. A. M. The Frontier in Latin American History (1978)
Box.Folder
110.6 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Fratricides (1964)
Box.Folder
110.7 Lang, James. Conquest and Commerce (1975)
Box.Folder
110.8 Mariani, A. F. The Life of St. Ignatius Loyola (1848)
Box.Folder
111.1 Millar, Gilbert J. Tudor Mercenaries and Auxiliaries (1980)
Box.Folder
111.2 Mockler, Anthony. The Mercenaries (1970)
Box.Folder
111.3 Palmer, Stuart. The Psychology of Murder (1962)
Box.Folder
111.4 Parry, John H. The Spanish Theory of Empire (1940)
Box.Folder
111.5 Prescott, William H. The Conquest of Mexico [and] Peru (1966)
Box.Folder
111.6 Purcell, Mary. The First Jesuit (1957)
Box.Folder
112.1 Rose, Stewart. St. Ignatius Loyola (1891)
Box.Folder
112.2 Schlight, John. Monarchs and Mercenaries (1968)
Box.Folder
112.3 Taylor, Isaac. Loyola and Jesuitism in Its Rudiments (1849)
Excerpts and related material, photocopy
Box.Folder
112.4 Davie, John C. Letters from Paraguay (1805)
Box.Folder
112.5 "Jesuits in Spanish America, a time line," typescript
Box.Folder
113.1 Levene, Ricardo. A History of Argentina (1937)
Box.Folder
113.2 Mörner, Magnus. Political and Economic Activities of the Jesuits (1968)
Box.Folder
113.3-4 Brief excerpts, authors F-W
Box.Folder
113.5-6 Excerpts from books and subject lists prepared for RDN by the production office of Goldcrest Mission Limited
Mistress (1992)
Screenplays, by Barry Primus and Jonathan Lawton; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
114.1 27 April 1988
Box.Folder
114.2 8 November 1988, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
114.3 5 June 1989
Box.Folder
114.4 December 1990
Box.Folder
114.5 May 1990 and subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
114.6 14 February 1991
Box.Folder
114.7 18 February 1991
Box.Folder
115.1 18 March 1991
Box.Folder
115.2 13 April 1991, with RDN notes and Primus correspondence re revised script pages
Production materials
Box.Folder
115.3 Automated dialogue sound effects cue sheets, with one page of additional dialogue laid in, September 1991
Box.Folder
115.4 Correspondence re casting and production, with RDN notes; congratulatory and cast correspondence
Box.Folder
115.5 Photograph of RDN on set
Box.Folder
115.6 Research report summarizing test screening and recruited audience preview
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
115.7 Advertising postcards, France
Box.Folder
115.8 Correspondence
Box.Folder
115.9 Interview schedules, European tour
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
115.10 Programs for Italian premiere
Box.Folder
115.11 Reviews and articles
New York, New York (1977)
Screenplays, by Earl Mac Rauch
Box.Folder
116.1 "Original screenplay," undated; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
116.2 Undated script, lacks title page; with RDN notes and notes in another's hand
Box.Folder
116.3 14 April 1976, copy 19; with RDN notes
12 May 1976 scripts
Box.Folder
116.4 "As shot 6/14-11/4/76"; copy 138, with camera angle notation
Box
215 Shooting script, with script revisions and RDN notes; production material laid in
Production materials
Box.Folder
117.1 One-liner schedule, staff and crew list, sheet music
Box
219-220; 223-224 Production photographs in binders; oversize contact prints; three skyline "New York, New York" title designs
Box.Folder
236.2, 341 Production photographs
Box.Folder
236.3 Production material, color slides
Box.Folder
117.2 Stationery, production company letterhead and envelopes bearing "New York, New York" title and images of RDN and Liza Minnelli
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
117.3-4* Articles and reviews (*Newsweek cover, 16 May 1977, laminated on wood, removed to oversize box 211)
Box.Folder
117.5 Publicity booklet, Japan
Box
211 Screening card; invitation to charity screening, 3 July 1977
Box.Folder
117.6, 340-341 Stills
Research and related material, bound volumes
BV
220 First and Second Year: Saxophone (1930)
BV
221 Rauch, Earl Mac, New York, New York (1977)
BV
222-223* Simon, George T. The Big Bands (1974), two copies (*loose item withdrawn from BV222; BV223 annotated by RDN)
BV
224* Walker, Leo. The Wonderful Era of the Great Dance Bands (1972) (*annotated by RDN)
Night and the City (1992)
Screenplays, by Richard Price; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
11 October 1989, second draft
Box.Folder
117.7-8 No RDN notes, two copies
Box.Folder
117.9 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
118.1 12 September 1991, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
118.2 25 September 1991, with RDN notes
29 October 1991 scripts
Box.Folder
118.3 Annotated with shooting days
Box.Folder
118.4 Marked with make-up notes; production lists inserted
Box.Folder
118.5 Shooting script, "revised draft 9/25/91" with revised pages through 29 October 1991; includes time continuity plot and one-liner schedule of 20 December 1991; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
236.4 Presentation binder for screenplay (empty)
Box.Folder
118.6 Script fragments
Production materials
Box.Folder
118.7 Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) cue sheets, casting sheets, cast and crew lists, time continuity plot with RDN notes; related production material
Box.Folder
118.8 Call sheets
Box.Folder
118.9 Congratulatory note from Roger Birnbaum and Joe Roth to RDN
Photographs, continuity Polaroids
Box.Folder
119.1 Hair continuity
Box.Folder
119.2 Make-up/hair/wardrobe continuity; wardrobe cards and time continuity plot marked for make-up/hair
Box.Folder
236.5-6, 341 Production, publicity, and cast and crew photographs
Box.Folder
119.3 Production reports
Box.Folder
119.4 Wardrobe inventory lists
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
119.5 Correspondence, press junket schedules, and reviews
Box.Folder
119.6 Press kit and screening invitation
Box.Folder
119.7 Research, observations made at the New York State Court building re lawyers and jurors
Once Upon a Time in America (1984)
Box.Folder
120.1 "The Hoods," novel by Harry Gray, photocopy, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
120.2 Treatment, bound typescript (photocopy); lacks title page and writer attribution; no RDN notes
Screenplays, without screenwriter attribution, undated; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
120.3 Script in 155 scenes (260 pages)
Box.Folder
120.4 Script in 151 scenes (291 pages); extra scenes laid in
Box.Folder
121.1 Script in 149 scenes (291 pages); revised pages added
Screenplays with dates; all with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
121.2 June 1981, first draft, no screenwriter attribution
"English version by David Mills, c1982"
Box.Folder
121.3-4 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
121.5 Script fragments: Scenes 79, 114-118, 151-152, 156-158, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
122.1 No title page, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
122.2 No title page, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
122.3 With title page, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
122.4 "List of things to do" re screenplay revisions, typescript
Production materials
Box.Folder
123.1 Casting
Box
227 Photographs, make-up/hair and production
Box.Folder
123.2 Production designs and location photographs, including drawings; typescript of Sergio Leone's description of the film, October 1981; work authorization papers
Box.Folder
123.3 RDN notes re dialogue and production
Box.Folder
123.4 Shooting schedule with RDN notes; list of reels and contents
Publicity and research materials
Bound volumes, research
BV
226 De Fornari, Oreste. Tutti i Film di Sergio Leone (1984), inscribed to RDN by Leone
BV
227 Fried, Albert. The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Gangster in America (1980)
Box.Folder
123.5 Magazine articles on the film; transcript of Leone interview, 24 November 1980; outline for a work by Lorenzo Ricciardi re Once Upon a Time in America
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
123.6 Photographs of and research article on Jewish gangsters
Box.Folder
123.7 Photographs, including stills and informal shots of RDN, Muhammad Ali, Sergio Leone, and others
Raging Bull (1980)
Screenplays [titles vary], by Mardik Martin and Paul Schrader
Box.Folder
124.1 Dialogue excerpted from Raging Bull by Jake LaMotta, with Joseph Carter and Peter Savage (Award Books, 1970), duplicated typescript
Box.Folder
124.2 "The Raging Bull," first draft (long version), undated screenplay by Emmett Clary, rights reserved by Peter Savage; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
124.3-5 Three intermediary drafts; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
124.6 Untitled, undated, rough first draft in three acts; typescript with notes by RDN and Mardik Martin
Box.Folder
125.1 "Fighter (Raging Bull)," incomplete screenplay by Martin; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.2 15 April 1978, "Raging Bull," second draft by Martin; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.3 "Raging Bull," undated screenplay by Paul Schrader; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.4 5 July 1978, revised draft; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.5 Intermediary draft, lacks title page; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.6 1 November 1978, "Prize Fighter," second draft, "M.S., R.D.N."; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
125.7 Copy 7, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
126.1-2 Copies 10 and 31, no RDN notes
1 February 1979, "Raging Bull ... M.S., R.D.N."; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
126.3 Copy 15
Box.Folder
126.4 "Final" script
Box.Folder
126.5 19 April 1979 cumulative revision
Box
199 Master script "as shot pre-hiatus 8/17/79"
Shooting script, with RDN notes
Box
200 Facsimile script
Box
229 Original script; available only by arrangement with Ransom Center's Film Curator
Box.Folder
126.6 Correspondence and RDN notes re scripts -- see also RDN's notebook in box 44.4
Production materials
Box.Folder
126.7 Cast and crew lists; shooting schedules
Correspondence
Box.Folder
126.8 Congratulatory telegrams and letters
Box.Folder
126.9 Production and post-production correspondence and associated material
Box.Folder
127.1 Make-up continuity book, with RDN annotations
Box.Folder
127.2-3* Production photographs (*oversize photographs removed to oversize boxes 195-197, 201, 228)
Box.Folder
240.1-4 Production photographs by Brian Hamill
Box.Folder
240.5 Photographs of RDN with Jake LaMotta, Pete Savage, and others
Box.Folder
127.4-6 Storyboards, fight scenes
Post-production materials, 1981
Box.Folder
127.7 Academy Awards program, 30 March 1981; RDN "Best Actor"
Box
201 Award, Motion Picture Hall of Fame Annual Award, RDN "Best Actor," 31 July 1981, wood plaque
Box.Folder
127.8 Transcript of RDN's deposition re Joe LaMotta, 9 March 1981
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
128.1 Argentina publicity tour, RDN's binder; scheduling and background information, March 1980
Box.Folder
128.2-3* Articles about the film (*oversize articles removed to oversize boxes 201, 342)
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
128.4 Radio broadcasts, excerpts
Box.Folder
128.5 Screening cards
Box.Folder
236.7 Stills and publicity photographs, some signed by RDN
Box
237-239 Fight stills mounted on wood
Box
342 Press kit and publicity stills
Research material on Jake LaMotta and boxing
Box.Folder
128.6-7* Articles about Jake LaMotta (*oversize clippings scrapbook and boxing magazines removed to oversize box 202)
Box.Folder
128.8-129.1 Court transcripts, Jake LaMotta vs. The State of Florida, 1957
Box.Folder
129.2 "Jake LaMotta: Middleweight Champion of the World...," typescript; list of fights, 1941-1954
LaMotta photographs
Box.Folder
129.3-130.1 Boxing and related group photographs
Box.Folder
130.2-6 General photographs of private life, night club, celebrities, film appearances, etc.
Box
205 LaMotta family album
Research materials
Bound volumes
BV
228-229 Andre, Sam and Nat Fleischer. A Pictorial History of Boxing (1959, 1975), two editions
BV
230 Bennett, George and Pete Hamill. Fighters (1978)
BV
231 Carpenter, Harry. Boxing: A Pictorial History (1975)
BV
232 Cox, William D. Boxing in Art and Literature (1935)
BV
233 Edwards, William. Art of Boxing and Manual of Training (1888)
BV
234-235* LaMotta, Jake, with Joseph Carter and Peter Savage. Raging Bull: My Story (1970), two copies (*BV235 inscribed by LaMotta to RDN, and annotated by RDN)
BV
236 Odd, Gilbert. The Great Champions (1974)
BV
237 Patterson, Floyd, with Bert Randolph Sugar. Inside Boxing (1974)
BV
238 Sheed, Wilfrid. Muhammad Ali (1975)
Box
377 Scrapbook of articles about Jake LaMotta
Rent (2005, RDN producer)
Box.Folder
152.1 Screenplay adaptation by Stephen Chbosky, third draft, 24 June 2001, with song list and script revisions; no RDN notes
Righteous Kill (2008)
Screenplays, by Russell Gewirtz, revisions by Ed Redlich and John Bellucci, all with RDN notes
Box.Folder
314.1 15 July 2007, working draft
Box.Folder
314.2 27 January 2007; revisions 13 May 2007; current revisions, 18 July 2007
Box.Folder
314.3 27 January 2007; revisions 13 May 2007; "received 7/19/07"
Box.Folder
314.4 17 August 2007 ("Bd. 1 Rk")
Box.Folder
314.5 17 August 2007
Box.Folder
314.6 29 August 2007 ("RDN Blue")
Box.Folder
314.7 Revised voice-over, 18 July 2008, Turk/RDN
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
315.1 Crew call sheets and production reports, 2007
Box.Folder
315.2 Crew call sheets and props list for RDN's character, 2008
Box.Folder
315.3 Oneline schedules, 2007
Box.Folder
315.4 Staff and crew list, images for posters and press, and script pages, 2007
Box.Folder
315.5 Production photographs, 2007
Box.Folder
315.6 "Selects [photographs] previously Robert De Niro approved," undated
Box
372 Wardrobe continuity book, 2007
Box.Folder
373-4 Poster proofs, 2008, undated
Ronin (1998)
Screenplays, by J. D. Zeik; with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
20 July 1997 scripts
Box.Folder
131.1 "Preliminary shooting script"
Box.Folder
131.2 26 July 1997, draft 6b, "final draft"; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
131.3 12 September 1997, typed script notes by Zeik
Box.Folder
131.4 30 September 1997, draft 7
Box.Folder
131.5 26 October 1997, draft 8
Screenplays by Zeik and Richard Weisz [David Mamet]
Box.Folder
131.6 11 November 1997, marked for make-up/hair; no RDN notes
13 February 1998 scripts
Box.Folder
131.7 No RDN notes
Box
206 Shooting script with inserted script revisions and notes re plot and character development
Production materials
Box.Folder
132.1 Correspondence, personal and congratulatory
Photographs
Box.Folder
132.2-4 Location photographs (color photocopies) mounted on file folders
Box.Folder
132.5 Make-up/hair continuity Polaroids
Box.Folder
132.6-8 Production photographs
Box.Folder
132.9 Wardrobe/hair/make-up test
Box.Folder
132.10 Wardrobe Polaroids, photocopies
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
132.11 Polaroid image of theatrical standee and magazine review
Posters
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box
211 Proofs
Sam's Song -- see The Swap
The Score (2001)
Screenplays by Daniel E. Taylor, revised by Ebbe Roe Smith, Kario Salem, Lem Dobbs, and Scott Marshall Smith; without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
28 August 1999 scripts
Box.Folder
133.1 No RDN notes
Box.Folder
133.2 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
133.3 2 December 1999 script
Box.Folder
133.4 24 March 2000, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
133.5 28 March 2000, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
240.6 28 March 2000, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
133.6 1 May 2000 script
Box.Folder
240.7 1 May 2000 partial script (to page 54), no RDN notes
Box.Folder
133.7 25 July 2000, noted as "beat sheet script"
Box.Folder
133.8 5 August 2000, "3rd white revision" pages only, two copies
Box.Folder
240.8 20 September 2000, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
241.1 "Montreal 2000," bound presentation copy signed by Angela Bassett, Gary Foster, Bernie Williams, Edward Norton, Frank Oz, and RDN
Production materials
Box.Folder
134.1* Correspondence, including letters from cast and crew (*gift poster of Cape Dorset removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
134.2 Memos and documents re accounting, immigration/work permits, tax waivers, RDN's drivers' résumés
Box.Folder
134.3 Montreal accommodations and travel information
Box.Folder
134.4 Photographs, stills, Montreal crew group shot, and photo of Jazz Club inscribed to RDN by Frank Oz
Box.Folder
134.5-6 Prop books
Box.Folder
134.7 Schedules
Box.Folder
134.8 Script pages and correspondence
Box.Folder
134.9* Set designs and location photography (*architectural drawings for the Jazz Club removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
134.10 Storyboards
Box
209 Wardrobe continuity book, facsimile
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
135.1 Memo re press conference and Canadian magazine articles re Toronto International Film Festival
Flatfile
* One-sheet poster (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
135.2 Research on burglars and heists
Box.Folder
135.3* Shark Tale (2004), script pages with RDN notes (*script pages mounted on cardboard removed to oversize boxes 210, 213-214, 217)
Showtime (2002)
Screenplays, by Keith Sharon, with revisions by Ben Ramsey, Vince McKewin, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Marc Hyman, Gary Ross, and John Hamburg; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
2 November 2000, first draft
Box.Folder
135.4 117 pages
Box.Folder
135.5 129 pages, "Mitch" dialogue highlighted; actor's directions crossed out
Box.Folder
135.6 11 December 2000, second draft
Box.Folder
135.7 21 January 2001, revised outline from Tom Dey
Box.Folder
135.8 11 February 2001 script
Box.Folder
135.9 22 February 2001, pages 1-34
Box.Folder
135.10 1 March 2001, first act, pages 1-23
22 March 2001, with subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
135.11-12 30 March 2001, pages 1-62; two copies, one with a single RDN note
Box.Folder
136.1 3 April 2001, "Hamburg," new script pages, pages 1-80
Box.Folder
136.2 9 April 2001, "JH," pages 35-95; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
136.3 13 April 2001, "Hamburg," pages 1-101
Box.Folder
136.4-5 15 April 2001, two scripts
Box.Folder
136.6 29 May 2001 script
Box.Folder
136.7 6 June 2001 script
Box.Folder
136.8-137.2 Script pages, fragments of various dates; with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
137.3 Correspondence from Tom Dey and John Crosby
Box.Folder
137.4* Photographs of Mitch Preston props and "Street Sweeper" gun (*Street Sweeper images removed to oversize box 211)
Box.Folder
137.5 Shooting schedules; staff and crew list
Box
209 Wardrobe continuity book, RDN's dresser Marci Olivi's copy, with copy of the script revised through 29 May 2001, facsimile of wardrobe continuity pages
Folder
* Wardrobe photographs mounted on foamcore (*removed to oversize folder)
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
137.6 Premiere tickets and RDN photographic montage
Sleepers (1996)
Screenplays, by Barry Levinson
April 14, 1995, with subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
137.7 6 June 1995 script
Box.Folder
137.8 31 July 1995, Father Bobby scenes only; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
137.9 30 August 1995, "working script"
Box.Folder
137.10 20 September 1995, Father Bobby scenes only; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
138.1 Various script pages, with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
138.2 Miscellany, including notecard from associate producer Gerrit van der Meer and CAA Reader's Report
Photographs
Box.Folder
138.3 Make-up/hair tests and continuity
Box.Folder
138.4 Production stills
Research materials, bound volume
BV
239* Carcaterra, Lorenzo. Sleepers (1995) (*annotated by RDN)
Stanley and Iris (1990)
Screenplays, by Harriet Frank, Jr. and Irving Ravetch; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
17 August 1987, second revised draft
Box.Folder
138.5 Copy 27, half-size format
Box.Folder
138.6 Title page missing, half-size format
11 April 1988, cumulative revisions
Box.Folder
138.7-8 With scene numbers added, two copies
Box
218 Shooting script, with RDN notes; inserted production and research material, several revised script pages through 6 October 1988, wardrobe lists and Polaroids
Production materials
Box.Folder
138.9 Correspondence, contact list, list of RDN scenes, script pages for 11 August 1989, shooting schedules, photographs of RDN
Box
343 Production photograph
Box.Folder
138.10 Drawings on location by John Coburn
Box.Folder
139.1 Publicity materials, including magazine article, clippings re Jane Fonda, correspondence re print campaign, and RDN biographical sheet
Research materials
Box.Folder
139.2-4 Clippings, correspondence, lists of tapes, notes, and Connecticut road map
Box.Folder
139.5 Rejected research material
Stardust (2007)
Screenplays, by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman
Box.Folder
316.1 28 September 2005, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
316.2-3 30 March 2006 shooting script revised to 2 May 2006, no RDN notes (two copies)
Box.Folder
316.4 30 March 2006 shooting script revised to 2 May 2006, with RDN notes
Production and publicity materials
Box.Folder
316.5 Makeup and hair continuity photographs, undated
Box.Folder
316.6 Wardrobe continuity pages, undated
Box.Folder
316.7 Wardrobe lists, 2006
Box.Folder
376.5 Poster proofs, 2007
Box.Folder
336.2-3 Set designs, undated
Stone (2010)
Screenplay by Angus MacLachlan, revisions by Edward Norton and John Curran
Box.Folder
317.1 12 May 2009, "full blue revision," with RDN notes
Box.Folder
317.2 Script pages, with RDN notes, 2009
Production materials
Box.Folder
317.3 Shooting schedules, 2009
Box.Folder
317.4 Music (lyric sheet, "All Things Bright and Beautiful"), 2009
Box.Folder
317.5 Crew call sheets, 2009
Box.Folder
317.6 Jack Mabry wardrobe continuity, 2009
Box.Folder
139.6 The Swap (1969), aka Sam's Song; production photographs
Taxi Driver (1976)
Screenplay, by Paul Schrader
Box
221 29 April 1975, shooting script, with revisions to 29 May 1975; shooting schedule and extensive RDN notes throughout; one page of RDN notes re wolves in back pocket
Production materials
Box.Folder
139.7 Correspondence, telegram from Julia [Phillips]
Box.Folder
139.8 Photographs, production and publicity stills
Box
345 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding, inscribed to RDN by Scorsese
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
139.9 Press kits, preview invitation, and screening cards
Box.Folder
139.10* Articles, reviews and film listings (*film listing for Taxi Driver in Cologne, Germany, October 1976, removed to oversize folder)
Research materials
Box.Folder
139.11 RDN's receipt for "City of New York Hack Driver's Filing Fee" and "Taxicab Driver's License" issued 23 September 1974
Bound volumes
BV
240 Elman, Richard. Taxi Driver (1976)
BV
241 Kolker, Robert Phillip. A Cinema of Loneliness (1988); with "Travis Bickle" cover photo
This Boy's Life (1993)
Screenplays, by Robert Getchell; all without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
140.1 8 April 1991, first draft
Revised first drafts
Box.Folder
140.2 2 September 1991
11 November 1991, pagination varies
Box.Folder
140.3-4 No RDN notes, two versions
Box.Folder
140.5-6 With RDN notes, two versions
Box.Folder
141.1 4 January 1992 scripts
Box.Folder
141.2-3 21 January 1992 revisions incorporated, two versions
20 February 1992 revisions incorporated
Box.Folder
141.4 "Editor's marked up script," photocopy
Box.Folder
141.5 No RDN notes, with photographs of author Tobias Wolff in front pocket of binder
Box.Folder
141.6 With RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
142.1 Call sheets
Box.Folder
142.2* Cast and crew lists; schedules (*binder of production lists, schedules, and Vancouver information, prepared for RDN, removed to oversize box 222)
Box.Folder
142.3 Casting and related personnel material
Box.Folder
142.4-6 Dialogue and loop notes; comments by Sam Chwat
Wardrobe materials and research
Box.Folder
142.7* Correspondence, wardrobe receipts, and list of RDN's scenes with wardrobe annotations by Richard Hornung (*cloth samples and print material re Boy Scout badges and uniforms removed to oversize box 211)
Box.Folder
336.4 Wardrobe continuity photographs
Box.Folder
143.1 Sears catalog sections, men's clothing, 1953-1958
Box.Folder
241.2-4 Production photographs and publicity stills
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
143.2 Correspondence, guest list for screening, junket schedule, production synopsis, and reviews
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Research materials, bound volumes
BV
242-243* Wolff, Tobias. This Boy's Life, a Memoir (1989, 1990), paperback and hardcover editions (*BV243 annotated by RDN)
Thunderheart (1992) [RDN, producer]
Screenplays, by John Fusco; with RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
143.3 5 October 1990, fourth draft; no RDN notes
Box.Folder
143.4 22 November 1990, working draft
Box.Folder
143.5 21 December 1990, revised draft
Box.Folder
143.6 29 April 1991, "director-producer draft"
Box.Folder
144.1 10 May 1991, revised draft "numbered," half-size format, in binder with one-liner schedule; no RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
144.2 Correspondence, box office estimates, daily log sheets, distribution statement, notes on director's cut, RDN notes, screen credits storyboards
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
144.3 Correspondence re benefit screening, reviews, screening invitations and schedules
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Research materials
Box.Folder
144.4 Clippings, correspondence, and photographs
BV
244* Mails, Thomas E. Fools Crow (1979), inscribed to RDN, with a drawing on the flyleaf, by the author (*loose items withdrawn)
True Confessions (1981)
Screenplays, by John Gregory Dunne and Joan Didion
29 November 1979, third draft and subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
144.5 28 January 1980 script
Box.Folder
144.6 30 April 1980, with RDN notes; additional production material and photograph of RDN included with script
Production materials
Box.Folder
144.7* List of cast and credits, production notes, production stills, several script pages with RDN notes, shooting schedules, staff and crew list, and wardrobe lists (*oversize stills and contact sheets removed to boxes 225-226)
Production photographs
Box.Folder
241.5 Contact prints and color transparencies
Box.Folder
241.6-7 Hair and makeup photographs
Box
343 Cast photograph mounted on wood
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
145.1 Cast, director, and producer biographies; handbook of production information; and press information packet, with photographs
Research materials
Box.Folder
145.2-3 Excerpts from published works on Roman Catholic liturgical rites; transcripts of interviews with clergy
Box.Folder
145.4 Notes by technical director Henry Fehren on Dunne's True Confessions with several pages of excerpts; research notes on confession, hyperventilation, and the symbolism of the desert; "Should You Become a Priest?" by Terence Tierney
Bound volumes
BV
245 Dunne, John Gregory. True Confessions (1977)
BV
246 Harris, Charles W. Your Father's Business (1978)
The Untouchables (1987)
Screenplays, by David Mamet; without RDN notes unless otherwise stated
Box.Folder
145.5 Undated (early) and incomplete script, with RDN notes
22 July 1986 script, with subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
145.6 26 September 1986
Box.Folder
145.7 23 October 1986
Production materials, photographs
Box.Folder
146.1-7, 242.1-.2 Make-up/hair continuity
Box.Folder
146.8 Wardrobe Polaroids, suit fabric swatches, and measurements
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
146.9 Photographs, premiere invitation, screening card
Box.Folder
146.10 Reviews and articles
Research materials
Box.Folder
147.1-4 Capone-related material from various sources, mostly photocopies, arranged by subject
Photographs
Box.Folder
147.5 Al Capone, several with RDN notes
Box.Folder
147.6-7 Prohibition-era criminals; some photographs signed and annotated by "Chuck Low" on verso
Published works
Box.Folder
148.1 Dictionary of American Underworld Lingo, (1950) photocopy
BV
247-248* Elliott, Neil. My Years with Capone (1985), two copies (*BV248 annotated by RDN)
BV
249 Kobler, John. Capone (1971), stamped "D. Mamet, Cabot, Vt."; with handwritten notes in Mamet's hand throughout text
Box.Folder
148.2 "X Marks the Spot," pamphlet with photocopies laid in
Wag the Dog (1997)
Screenplays, by David Mamet; all with RDN notes
Box.Folder
148.3 2 January 1997, partial script
Box.Folder
148.4 31 January 1997, complete bound script
Production materials
Box.Folder
148.5 Call sheet with half-size script pages, contact sheet of RDN make-up/wardrobe photographs, correspondence, crew lists, cast photographs, and product loan agreement
Box.Folder
149.1 Wardrobe continuity book [facsimile]
Box
344 Album of stills and production photographs in presentation binding
Publicity materials
Flatfile
* One-sheet posters (*removed to oversize flat files)
Box.Folder
149.2 Press book of reviews
Box.Folder
149.3 The Wedding Party (1969), undated shooting script, with RDN notes; June 1964 calendar marked with scenes; production photographs and contact prints
We're No Angels (1989)
Screenplays, by David Mamet
December 1987, first draft, with subsequent revisions
Box.Folder
150.1 Title page lacking, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
150.2 With RDN notes
Box.Folder
150.3 31 October 1988 revisions, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
150.4 9 November 1988 revisions, with RDN notes
19 January 1989, third draft
Box.Folder
150.5 With extensive RDN notes
Box.Folder
150.6 Half-size format, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
151.1 31 January 1989 revisions, half-size format; annotated for shooting schedule
Production materials
Box.Folder
151.2 Call sheets, casting, correspondence, costume inventory for RDN, location and production photographs, shooting and one-liner schedules, storyboards; miscellaneous documents
Publicity materials
Box.Folder
151.3 Publicity materials including press kit draft and screening card
FlatFile
FF Poster designs and proofs
What Just Happened [RDN, producer] (2008)
Screenplays, by Art Linson
Box.Folder
318.1 Early version with letter from Art Linson to RDN, undated
Box.Folder
318.2 "1st draft Jan. 2003," with RDN notes and note by Art Linson
Box.Folder
318.3 Screenplay by Art Linson and William Finkelstein, 1 February 2003, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
318.4 Partial screenplay by Art Linson and William Finkelstein (Episode #1), 6 March 2003, with RDN notes and note from Art Linson to "BDN"
Box.Folder
318.5 Title page [only] "Untitled screenplay," 28 July 2003 "For RDN"
Box.Folder
318.6 7 October 2003, "For RDN"; with RDN notes and notes from Art Linson
Box.Folder
318.7 20 May 2004 ("Table read 27 June 2005"), no RDN notes
Box.Folder
318.8 12 August 2005, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
318.9 12 August 2005, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
318.10 November 2006, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
318.11 November 2006, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.1 January 2007, no RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.2 10 January 2007, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.3 9 February 2007 shooting script, revised through 5 March 2007, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.4 9 February 2007 shooting script revised through 9 March 2007, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.5 "Pink 03/09/07," no RDN notes
Box.Folder
319.6-7 Shooting script revised through 9 March 2007; with RDN notes, loose script pages, and production schedules [removed from 3-ring binder]
Box
375 9 February 2007 shooting script revised through 27 April 2007, in presentation binder
Box.Folder
320.1 9 February 2007 shooting script revised through 27 April 2007, in presentation binding, inscribed to RDN by Art Linson 30 September 2008
Box.Folder
320.2 Script changes, 2006-2007 and undated
Box.Folder
320.3 Partial undated draft [lacks title page] to page 32, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
320.4-6 Undated, no RDN notes (three copies)
Production and research materials
Box.Folder
321.1 Call sheets, 21 March 2007-11 April 2007; Day 1-Day 14
Box.Folder
321.2 Call sheets, 12 April 2007-27 April 2007; Day 15-Day 24
Box.Folder
321.3 Call sheets, 30 April 2007-11 May 2007; Day 25-Day 34
Box.Folder
321.4 Hair and makeup continuity, undated
Box.Folder
321.5 Wardrobe continuity, undated
Box.Folder
321.6 Hair design continuity, undated
Box.Folder
321.7 Props continuity, undated
Box.Folder
322.1 Call sheets, crew list, and memoranda [removed from binder], 2007
Box.Folder
322.2 Day out of days [removed from binder], 2007
Box.Folder
322.3 Shooting schedules [removed from binder], 2007
Box.Folder
322.4 One-liner schedules and pre-production calendars [removed from binder], 2007
What Just Happened? Bitter Hollywood Tales from the Front Line by Art Linson (2002)
Box.Folder
322.5 Uncorrected page proofs
BV
282 Hardcover book
Box.Folder
322.6 Bound volume of production stills compiled by Alan Markfield, 2007

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Series II. De Niro Projects, 1960s-2007

Box.Folder
323.1 "36," screenplay [writer not listed], 31 January 2007
Box.Folder
152.2 "Affirmative Action," screenplay by Mark Frost; director's draft, 13 February 1997; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
152.3 "Ahab," undated screenplay by Philip Kerr, with correspondence and RDN notes
BV
250 Melville, Herman. Moby Dick (Bantam Classic, 1981)
Box.Folder
152.4 All That Jazz (1979), screenplay by Robert Alan Arthur and Bob Fosse, revised 1 October 1976
Box.Folder
152.5 American Gigolo (1980), undated screenplay by Paul Schrader, first draft
Box.Folder
152.6 "Anna Pavlova," undated screenplay by Yuli Nikolin and Michael Powell
Box.Folder
152.7 Apocalypse Now (1979), screenplay draft by Francis Ford Coppola (based on original screenplay by John Milius), 3 December 1975; RDN notes on title page
Box.Folder
153.1 "The Battling Spumonti Brothers," outline for revised draft by Charles Robert Carner, 17 November 1989
Box.Folder
153.2-6 "Beyond the Aegean," screenplay by Elia Kazan, 1983
Box.Folder
153.7 "Blackout", letter re film project from "John [Dahl] and Rick" to RDN re main character, Frank; 16 August 1997
Box.Folder
153.8 Blue Collar (1978), screenplay by Paul and Leonard Schrader, revised to 24 January 1977
Box.Folder
154.1 "The Booster," screenplay by Ken Friedman, September 1972; with typescript "first revision outline," 1 June 1973, and one page of RDN notes
Box.Folder
154.2 A Bridge Too Far (1977), screenplay by William Goldman, first draft, 10 November 1975; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
154.3 By the Sea of Crystal, script for HBO by Paul Schrader, first draft, 1 February 1993
Clockers, screenplay and bound volumes
Box.Folder
154.4 Screenplay by Richard Price, "one millionth draft," 1 September 1993
Price, Richard. Clockers
BV
251* Hardcover, 1992 (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
252 Paperback, 1993
Box.Folder
154.5 "The Death of the Kitchen Table in Our Fair City," undated screenplay by Michael Vincente Gazzo
Box.Folder
154.6 "Dino," screenplay, 14 August 1998, lacks title page; screenwriter not given
Box.Folder
323.2 "The Disappearance of the Jews," playscript by David Mamet, 14 June 1983
Box.Folder
155.1 A Double Life (1947), undated screenplay titled "Imagination," by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin; with RDN notes and notes in another's hand
Box.Folder
323.3 "The Fast Life," screenplay by Celly Cel, undated [found with materials for Righteous Kill]
Box.Folder
155.2-3 Fingers (1978), screenplay by James Toback, two undated versions, one with RDN notes on title page
Box.Folder
323.4 "The First Man," screenplay [CAA (Creative Artists Agency) script, writer not listed], 28 February 2005
Box.Folder
155.4 The Fountainhead, undated screenplay by Michael Cimino
Gangs of New York (2002)
Screenplays, by Jay Cocks & Martin Scorsese
Box.Folder
155.5 8 June 1979, revised first draft by Cocks
Box.Folder
155.6 31 March 1993, third draft, lacks title page
Box.Folder
156.1 31 March 1999, fourth draft by Cocks and Scorsese
Box.Folder
156.2 27 September 1999, draft 7, with RDN notes and scene int/ext synopsis
Research materials
BV
253* Before Hollywood: Turn-of-the Century Film from American Archives (1986) (*loose items withdrawn)
Box.Folder
156.3 Civil War draft riots; fires, gangs, illustrations from contemporary periodicals, and politics
Box.Folder
156.4 Professional criminals of 1886 (photocopied mug shots)
Glengarry Glen Ross, by David Mamet
Playscript
Box.Folder
156.5 Typescript draft July 1983
BV
254 Published version, 1983
Box.Folder
156.6 Screenplay, first draft, 1 March 1987
Box.Folder
323.5 "The Good Life," screenplay by Reinaldo Povod, undated
Box.Folder
323.6 The Guardsman, play by Ferenc Molnar, translation by Grace I. Colbron and Hans Bartsch, acting version by Philip Moeller, undated
Hoffa (1992)
Screenplays, by David Mamet
Box.Folder
157.1 February 1990; list of actors and reading schedule
Box.Folder
157.2 June 1990, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
157.3 "Home Movie," original film treatment by Brian De Palma, circa 1970; with single RDN note
"Imagination" -- see A Double Life
"It Happened in Paradise" -- see Trapped in Paradise
Box.Folder
157.4 "Julian's Father," undated screenplay by Matthew Jacobs
Box.Folder
157.5 "Killing for Laughs," screenplay by Seth Greenland, July 1995
Box.Folder
157.6-7 "King Vidor's 'The Actor,'" undated screenplay and treatment by King Vidor and Kate Finley
Box.Folder
157.8 Knives, playscript by John Cassavetes, June 1977
Box.Folder
157.9 L. A. Confidential (1997), letter from Curtis Hanson; article and script pages, 1996
BV
255-256* L. A. Confidential, by James Ellroy; two copies (*loose items withdrawn from BV256)
The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
Screenplays, by Paul Schrader
Box.Folder
158.1 25 March 1982 script
Box.Folder
158.2 12 August 1983, third revision
Box.Folder
158.3 Publicity and research, itinerary for Israel tour, research footnotes, and Time magazine article
Box.Folder
323.7 Léon, (1994), screenplay by Luc Besson, 1991
Box.Folder
158.4 "Lermontov: A Hero of Our Time," undated screenplay by Michael Powell and Columba Powell
Box.Folder
158.5 Magic (1978), screenplay by William Goldman, first draft, July 1976
Box.Folder
158.6 The Mambo Kings (1992), screenplay by Cynthia Cidre, undated draft lacks title page and page 5; with RDN notes on first page
Box.Folder
158.7 The Man Who Cried (2000), screenplay by Sally Potter, 5 April 1999
Box.Folder
158.8 The Meaning of Life (1983), "The Middle of the Film," by Monty Python, scenes 37-52, March 1982
"The Mitchell Brothers," screenplays by Henry Bean
Box.Folder
159.1 8 April 1993, partial script, lacks title page; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
159.2 21 August 1993, titled "Too Much of a Good Thing"; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
159.3 25 January 1995; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
159.4-5 14 May 1996, two versions
Box.Folder
159.6 Article re Mitchell brothers trial
"The Night Watchman" -- see Street Kings
Box.Folder
159.7 The October Night of Tommy Zero, playscript by Michael V. Gazzo, circa 1969
"Out On My Feet", [unrealized film project, RDN was to act and executive produce]
Box.Folder
323.8 Screenplay by Larry Golin and Vinnie Curto, story by Vinnie Curto, Larry Golin, and Barry Primus, 6 October 1997, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
324.1 Production materials: Crew list, 2 October 1997; research materials and RDN notes; hair design photographs; photographs of Angelo Dundee; correspondence with fighters
BV
283 Dundee, Angelo, with Mike Winters. I Only Talk Winning (1985), with RDN notes
BV
284 Pacheco, Ferdie. Fight Doctor (1977)
Box.Folder
159.8 "Proud Dreamer," screenplay by Michael Cimino, second draft, [1981]
BV
257-258* Wolf, George and Joseph DiMona. Frank Costello: Prime Minister of the Underworld (1974); uncorrected proofs and hardcover (*loose items withdrawn from BV257)
Box.Folder
160.1 "Regiment of Women," screenplay by John Hancock and Dorothy Tristan, March 1976
Box.Folder
160.2 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, playscript by Bertolt Brecht, undated typescript
Box.Folder
160.3 Typescript version marked "De Niro copy," lacks title page, and copy of printed version; both contain RDN notes
"Rule #3," screenplay by Robert Kuhn; revisions by Harold Ramis, Marc Hyman, and Kuhn; most lack title pages
Box.Folder
160.4 Running title "first 95, 6-8"; pages 1-95 only; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
160.5-7 19 July 2002, third rewrite; three copies
Box.Folder
161.1 13 January 2003, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
161.2 18 June 2003
Box.Folder
161.3 2 July 2003, pages 1-83 only
Box.Folder
324.2 "Seeking Paradise [The Legend of Mata Hari]," screenplay by Roland Joffe, August 2004
Box.Folder
161.4 Shining Through (1992), screenplay by David Seltzer; second draft, November 1989; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
161.5 "Silence," screenplay by Jay Cocks and Martin Scorsese, 13 January 1995
Box.Folder
161.6 The Silence of the Lambs (1989), screenplay by Ted Tally, second draft, 28 July 1989
Box.Folder
161.7 "Sisterella," interoffice memo from Neil Sacker, 11 April 1996
Sisters (1973)
Box.Folder
324.3 Treatment by Brian DePalma, undated
Box.Folder
161.8 Screenplay by Brian DePalma and Louisa Rose, circa 1970; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
162.1 Speed-the-Plow (1988), playscript by David Mamet, June 1987, with RDN notes on dedication page
Box.Folder
162.2 "The Story," untitled film treatment by Jean-Luc Godard, circa 1978
Street Kings (released 2008), from screenplay titled "The Night Watchman," by James Ellroy
Box.Folder
162.3 28 April 1999, third draft; with RDN notes
Box.Folder
162.4 30 April 1999 script
Box.Folder
162.5 Sweet Eros (1968), undated playscript by Terrence McNally
Box.Folder
162.6 Trapped in Paradise (1994), screenplay titled "It Happened in Paradise," by George Gallo, 25 March 1992
Box.Folder
162.7 "The Virgin of Las Vegas," screenplay by Barry Devlin, sixth draft, September 2003
Box.Folder
162.8 Waterfront, playscript by Budd Schulberg, revised to 19 July 1983
Box.Folder
163.1 We Two Alone, undated playscript by Mai Zetterling
Folder
* We Will Rock You (2002), signed poster for the musical's premiere at the Dominion Theatre, London, on 14 May 2002; produced by Tribeca Theatrical Productions, and others (*removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
324.4 "We Will Take You There," Episode #1, "A Hudson's Bay Street," teleplay by David Mamet, November 1983
Weeds (1987)
Screenplays and working drafts by Dorothy Tristan and John Hancock
Box.Folder
163.2-4 1979, three copies (two with RDN notes)
Box.Folder
163.5 5 May 1980, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
163.6-164.2 1 June 1980, draft fragments
Box.Folder
164.3-4 July 1980, two copies (one with RDN notes)
Box.Folder
164.5 21 July 1980, with RDN notes
Production materials
Box.Folder
164.6 Correspondence, 1979-1980
Box.Folder
164.7 List of scenes, 11 April 1980
Box.Folder
164.8 Novel excerpts, 1 July 1980
Box.Folder
165.1-2 Transcripts of discussions, John Hancock and Dorothy Tristan, with Barbara Bladen and Rick Cluchey, March 1980
Research materials on inmates and the arts, primarily photocopied clippings of articles
Box.Folder
165.3 "Arts in Corrections" booklet on Project Culture; "Scan" [radio show] transcript; "Squires of San Quentin" film guide; notes and clippings, 1975-1980
Box.Folder
165.4-5 "The Family" project, Theatre for the Forgotten, Theatre without Bars, and others, 1967-1980; poetry manuscripts by Clifford Grosvenor, 1977
Box.Folder
165.6 Research notes prepared by Gail Mutrux; project proposal by Patrick Saunders re review of federal law enforcement; articles about Denmark Vesey and Ernest Gaines
Box.Folder
165.7 "Tapes/Films" re workshop and performance tapes from the Street Theatre; lists, notes, and correspondence, 1980
Box.Folder
165.8 Tattoo drawings and photographs; photocopies of articles and published stories re tattoos
Box.Folder
165.9* Theatre for the Forgotten brochure and history; inmate correspondence (*poster removed to oversize folder)
Box.Folder
166.1-2 Transcripts of prison interviews, transcriptions of inmate correspondence
Bound volumes
BV
259 Fellowes, C. H. The Tattoo Book (1971)
BV
260 Irwin, John. The Felon (1970)
BV
261* Jackson, Bruce. In the Life: Versions of the Criminal Experience (1972) (*loose items withdrawn)
BV
262 Lyon, Danny. Conversations with the Dead (1971)
BV
263 Minton, Robert J., Jr. Inside: Prison American Style (1971)
BV
264 Pepper, Art and Laurie. Straight Life: The Story of Art Pepper (1979)
BV
265 Sheehan, Susan. A Prison and a Prisoner (1978)
BV
266 Vassi, Marco. Spider Webb's Pushing Ink: The Fine Art of Tattooing (1979)
Box.Folder
324.5-6 The Widow's Blind Date, play by Israel Horovitz, 1984 (two copies)
Box.Folder
166.3 Witness, playscript by Terrence McNally, undated
Box.Folder
166.4 Witness to the Mob (1998), script for television titled "Sammy the Bull," by Stanley Weiser, first draft, 18 August 1997; with RDN notes

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Series III. Early Career and Career-Related, 1960s-2005

Box.Folder
325.1 62nd Annual Academy Awards, presenter's kit with script pages (RDN presented Best Director award with Martin Scorsese), 1990
Box.Folder
325.2 Acting class materials; typescripts and monologues, some with RDN notes, undated
Box.Folder
378.1 American Express advertisement stills, undated
Box.Folder
325.3 American Film Institute event group photograph with RDN and Martin Scorsese, undated
Box.Folder
166.5 "American Museum of the Moving Image Salutes Robert De Niro," programs, 9 March 1991
Box.Folder
166.6-7, 325.4-6 Articles about RDN in magazines and newspapers, 1975-2000
Box.Folder
325.7 Articles with interviews with Martin Scorsese about RDN films, 1975-1989
Awards
Box
230 Certificates of Nomination from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Best Actor in a Leading Role for Awakenings, Cape Fear, The Deer Hunter, Raging Bull and Taxi Driver; The New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor in Raging Bull; and The British Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role for Goodfellas
Box.Folder
326.1 Arkansas Traveler award, 1969
Box.Folder
326.2 City of New York Certificate of Recognition, photographs and notes for acceptance speech, 1990
Box.Folder
326.3 National Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actor in Mean Streets, British Academy Award nominations for Most Promising Newcomer, 1975, and Best Actor for Taxi Driver, Golden Globe nominations for Best Actor for Taxi Driver and Midnight Run
Box.Folder
378.2 New York Film Critics' Circle Award, Best Actor for Goodfellas and Awakenings, 1990
Box.Folder
326.4 New York State Governor's Arts Awards, invitation, program, and photographs, 1996
Bound volumes, general film/project research and gifts
BV
267 Cerf, Christopher and Victor Navasky. The Experts Speak (1984), signed by the author
BV
268 Charles, Ann and Roger DeAnfrasio. The History of Hair (1970)
BV
269 Crews, Harry. The Knockout Artist (1988), gift from, and inscribed by, Sean Penn and Madonna
BV
270 Dinneen, Joseph F. Underworld U. S. A. (1956)
BV
271 O'Brien, Joseph F. and Andris Kurins. Boss of Bosses (1991)
BV
272 Sennett, Ted. Your Show of Shows (1977)
BV
225 Tesser, Neil. The Playboy Guide to Jazz (1998)
BV
273 Wolf, Marvin J. and Katherine Mader. Rotten Apples: True Stories of New York Crime and Mystery, 1689 to the Present (1991)
Box.Folder
166.8 Contracts, Actors' Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild, 1969-1970
Correspondence
Box.Folder
166.9 A - F
Box.Folder
167.1 G - M
Box.Folder
167.2 O - R
Box.Folder
167.3 S
Box.Folder
167.4 T - Z
Box.Folder
167.5-6 Fifteenth International Film Festival, Moscow, 6-17 July 1987 (RDN was chairman of the jury for feature films); correspondence, RDN notes, photographs, and festival-related material
Box.Folder
167.7 George magazine, photocopy of contents page for the December 1995 issue; with undated, handwritten letter from John F. Kennedy, Jr. (*cover proof image of RDN as George Washington removed to oversize, box 211)
Box.Folder
167.8 Invitations to 1993 Presidential Inaugural events
Box.Folder
167.9 Liberty Weekend [Ellis Island], RDN voice-over dialogue, 1986
Box.Folder
167.10 National Film Theatre programme, February 1985; features RDN film series
Box.Folder
378.3 Night of 100 Stars television special, photographs and correspondence, 1982
Photographs, 1960s-1980s?
Casting/résumé head shots and photographs; some prints contain four different images, 1960s-early 1970s
Box.Folder
167.11 Earliest head shot; résumé includes The Wedding Party and theatrical training through 1963
Box.Folder
167.12* Head shot, photocopied and printed with play review of Tchin-Tchin at the Barn Dinner Theatre, 1967; with contact prints; RDN's handwritten address on verso of several prints (*oversize prints removed to oversize box 211)
Box.Folder
167.13-14 Photographs attached to successive résumés listing Greetings, Sam's Song Is Just Another Song ("to be released in June 1969"), Actors' Equity and Screen Actors Guild memberships; play reviews also attached to prints, circa 1967-1968
Box.Folder
168.1-10 Photographs, extra résumé prints and additional head shots including two images used in Bloody Mama (1970) and Mean Streets studio publicity; with contact prints
Photographs, RDN in character for audition and résumé; includes contact sheets
Box.Folder
168.11 As gangster
Box.Folder
168.12 As policeman
Box.Folder
169.1 Wearing plaid work shirt, various hair styles
Box.Folder
169.2* Informal photographs, various locations and dates, including interviews and appearances in Germany and Poland; RDN photographed with Vaclav Havel, Lech Walesa, Elia Kazan, Lee Strasberg, Harvey Keitel, Dustin Hoffman, and others (*oversize prints removed to box 203)
Box.Folder
169.3 Print ad for Bank Americard; RDN is maître d'
Box.Folder
326.5 Photograph of Robert DeNiro and Sissy Spacek at 53rd Academy Awards, 1981
Box.Folder
376.6-8 Early head shots of RDN screenprinted on heavyweight board
Box.Folder
376.9 Photograph of Connie Francis inscribed to RDN, 1985
Plays, film, and television, circa 1961-1987
Box.Folder
169.4 Performance photographs, various plays and dates
Box.Folder
326.6 Billy Bailey (Fred Gordon), The American Place Theatre, typescript with RDN notes, undated
The Boor (Chekhov), The National Theatre Company
Box.Folder
169.5 Programs and photographs, 9 March 1968
Box.Folder
326.7-9 Production photographs and contact prints
Box.Folder
169.6 Cry in the Street (Rolf Lauckner), Theatre of the Grotesque, Hunter College Playhouse; program, circa 1961 or 1962
BV
274* Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1987, television documentary; RDN narrator; based on Edelman, Bernard, ed. Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1985) (*loose items withdrawn)
Box.Folder
326.10 Duke Power commercial, typescript with RDN notes, 1967
Generation (William Goodhart), Pineville Country Dinner Theatre of Charlotte, North Carolina, 1967
Box.Folder
169.7 Correspondence, rehearsal photographs, review, and program
Box.Folder
326.11-12 Rehearsal photographs and contact prints
Box.Folder
169.8 The Girl on the Via Flaminia (Alfred Hayes); performance photographs
Box.Folder
169.9 Glamour, Glory & Gold (Jackie Curtis), Playwright's Workshop; programs, July-August 1968?
God Wants What Men Want; RDN played the "Sheriff" in the off-Broadway Bridge Theatre production, 1967
Box.Folder
169.10 Playscript by Arthur Sainer, undated
Box.Folder
326.13 Production photographs
Box.Folder
326.14 The Great American Refrigerator (Fred Gordon), typescript with RDN notes, undated
Box.Folder
169.11 A Hatful of Rain (Michael V. Gazzo); published version of play with numerous pages of RDN's handwritten notes inserted
Box.Folder
169.12 Kool Aid (Merle Molofsky), The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center (The Forum); program, circa 1971
Box.Folder
326.15 La Ronde (Arthur Schnitzler), Sarah Lawrence College; production photographs of RDN as "The Husband"
Box.Folder
169.13 One Night Stands of a Noisy Passenger (Shelley Winters); performance photographs of RDN and Diane Ladd
Box.Folder
169.14 Search for Tomorrow (CBS), script for episode #4957, air date 28 September 1970, RDN as "Young Man"; script annotated with RDN notes
Box.Folder
169.15 Tchin-Tchin (Sidney Michael), The Barn Dinner Theatre, Mathews, North Carolina; program, 1967, with carbon of typed letter from RDN to the Daily Tarheel, University of North Carolina, requesting copies of the paper's play review; with published copy of the play, heavily annotated by RDN
Box.Folder
326.16 Three Rooms in Manhattan (film), production photographs, 1965
Box.Folder
169.16 The World of Günter Grass, adapted for the stage by Dennis Rosa; playscript with RDN notes, programs, cast/crew list (including Elaine Anderson and Charles Durning), and an additional page of RDN notes "questions to director," circa 1966?
Box.Folder
169.17 Remarks by RDN honoring Richard Pryor at 1993 Apollo Hall of Fame show
Box.Folder
169.18 Résumé, circa 1971-1972
Saturday Night Live
Show #1380, 18 December 2004
Box.Folder
327.1 RDN photographs, multiple copies
Box.Folder
327.2 Script, no RDN notes
Box
379 Script in binder, with RDN notes
Box.Folder
378.4 Still photographs from RDN appearance as host, undated
Box.Folder
169.19 Theatre Productions Inc., RDN application, 5 April 1967
Tribeca Film Festival
Box.Folder
378.5 Photographs, including group photograph inscribed to RDN by Michael Bloomberg, 2005, undated
Box.Folder
327.3 Tribeca Film Festival/Rome Film Fest photographs and correspondence, 2005, undated
Box.Folder
378.6 Warner Brothers Studios "Celebration of Tradition" photograph, 1990
Box.Folder
170.1-4 Withdrawn loose items from bound volumes used in film research listed in Series I.
Box
171-230, 328-379 Oversize boxes

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 Index of Selected Correspondents 

All correspondence is written to RDN unless otherwise indicated.

  • Affleck, Ben, 1972- --134.1
  • Aldredge, Theoni V.--166.9
  • Alford, Walter, d. 2003--65.3
  • Allen, Steve, 1921-2000 (to Martin Scorsese)--37.3
  • Armani, Giorgio--166.9
  • Auerbach, Norbert (United Artists)--126.8
  • Bacall, Lauren, 1924- --166.9
  • Baker, Albie--126.8
  • Baker, Joe Don--25.7
  • Baldwin, Alec, 1958- --91.6, 166.9
  • Baldwin, William, 1963- --298.1
  • Barnes, Johnny, 1942- --126.9
  • Bean, Henry--159.2-3
  • Bearden, Milt--206
  • Beerman, Robert--139.7
  • Begelman, David--126.8
  • Bellini, Jacques--126.8
  • Berliner, Jane (Creative Artists Agency, Inc.)--75.3
  • Berlusconi, Silvio, 1936- --70.8
  • Bernhard, Sandra--86.8
  • Berrigan, Daniel--108.12
  • Birch, Matt (to Jane Rosenthal)--170.4 (from BV251)
  • Birnbaum, Roger--118.9
  • Blake, Yvonne--21.3
  • Bolt, Robert--166.9
  • Bono, 1960- --162.7
  • Borgnine, Ernest, 1917-2012--115.4
  • Bovasso, Julie--166.9
  • Bowman, Rob--161.1
  • Branagh, Kenneth--56.4-5, 166.9
  • Brenneman, Amy--76.6
  • Brest, Martin--298.1
  • Brown, Gareth T. (Penguin Books Ltd.)--108.9
  • Brown, Jerry, 1938- --126.8
  • Brubaker, Jim--126.8
  • Bruno, Richard (Richard S.)--126.8
  • Bunker, Edward, 1933-2005--76.6
  • Burstyn, Ellen, 1932- --166.9
  • Buzby, Zane--126.8
  • Cahn, Sammy--166.9
  • Cahn, Tita--166.9
  • Capra, Francis--298.1
  • Carelli, Joann--126.8
  • Carrillo, Laura--74.3
  • Cauley, Eve--147.3
  • Chase, Jayni--298.1
  • Chinich, Michael--298.1
  • Chwat, Sam (New York Speech Improvement Services, P.C.)--25.9, 142.6
  • Cimino, Michael--126.8, 166.9
  • Cleese, John--56.5
  • Coburn, John--138.10
  • Colasanto, Nick--126.8
  • Coppola, Francis Ford, 1939- --56.4-5, 56.4 (to Kenneth Branagh), 166.9
  • Coppola, Sofia, 1971- --166.9
  • Corman, Cis--126.8, 298.1
  • Corman, Richard--43.4
  • Couric, Katie, 1957- --166.9
  • Courtright, Hernando--65.3
  • Cox, Herb--298.1
  • Cristofer, Michael--43.4
  • Crosby, John--137.3
  • Crystal, Billy--12.4, 166.9
  • Dahl, John--153.7
  • Daly, Robert A. (Warner Bros.)--126.8
  • Damon, Mark, 1933- (Producers Sales Organization)--88.2
  • Dayan, Moshe, 1915-1981, and Rachel--126.8
  • De Fina, Barbara--25.7, 25.10, 33.1
  • Demme, Jonathan, 1944- --166.9
  • Demme, Ted, 1963-2002--298.1
  • De Niro, Robert--16.3, 25.6, 51.9, 139.2, 167.5, 169.15 (outgoing letters)
  • De Palma, Brian--145.5, 147.1
  • Depeche Mode (Musical group)--56.5
  • Dey, Tom--135.7, 137.3
  • DiGiaimo, Louis--126.8
  • Diller, Barry--65.3, 166.9
  • Diller, Leonard (NYU Medical Center)--54.4
  • Dinkins, David N. (The City of New York, Office of the Mayor)--166.9
  • Dixon, Pam (Paramount Pictures Corporation)--126.8
  • Dreyfuss, Richard--166.9
  • Dugan, Leslie--126.8
  • Dunne, Dominick--166.9
  • Dunne, Griffin--166.9
  • Entín, José Luis--167.1
  • Fanning, Dakota, 1994- --81.5
  • Farmer, Gary, 1953- --134.1
  • Fay, Sylvia--298.1
  • Field, David--126.8
  • Finerman, Wendy--170.3 (from BV84)
  • Fonda, Jane, 1937- --126.8, 166.9
  • Ford, Barry--65.3
  • Forman, Milos--166.9
  • Foster, David (The Turman-Foster Company)--126.8, 166.9
  • Frankenheimer, John, 1930-2002--132.1
  • Franks, Tommy R.?--166.9
  • Friedman, Robert G.--211
  • Friesen, Melanie--29.4-6, 30.6-9, 30.11, 170.1-2 (from BV30, BV32, BV36, BV42, BV56)
  • Fusco, John (to Jane Rosenthal)--144.2
  • Gallo, Mario--126.6
  • Ganis, Sidney (Paramount Pictures Corporation)--151.2
  • Garcia, Andy--298.1
  • Gifford, Gloria--126.8
  • Giuliani, Rudolph W.--167.1
  • Glazer, Mitch--73.1
  • Goldberg, Whoopi, 1950- --167.1
  • Grazer, Brian, 1953- --17.6
  • Greenhut, Bob--126.8
  • Grosbard, Ulu--46.5
  • Gross, Anna--298.1
  • Hancock, John--160.1, 164.6
  • Hanson, Curtis--157.9, 167.1
  • Harris, Mark--177
  • Hart, Bill--43.4
  • Hayden, Tom (Tom Hayden for U. S. Senate)--167.1
  • Herman, Ilona--28.2-3, 37.3, 53.3, 56.5, 142.7
  • Herman, Paul--43.4
  • Herzfeld, John--1.6-8, 2.2, 3.2
  • Hift, Fred (United Artists)--126.8
  • Hinsche, William "Billy"--17.6
  • Hoffman, Dustin, 1937- --298.1
  • Hornung, Richard--142.7, 211
  • Horovitz, Israel--167.1, 298.1
  • Howard, Ron, 1954- --17.6, 167.1
  • Huppert, Isabelle--167.1
  • Jackson, Janet, 1966- --167.1
  • Jackson, Samuel L.--167.1
  • Jaglom, Henry, 1939- --298.1
  • Jenson, Vicky--135.3
  • Joffé, Roland, 1945- --151.2, 167.1, 198
  • Jones, Quincy, 1933- --167.1
  • Jones, Steven A.--298.1
  • Jones, Tommy Lee, 1946- --43.4
  • Josephson, Barry--79.5
  • Judd, Ashley--37.3
  • Kamen, Martin--126.8
  • Kamen, Stan--65.3
  • Kanin, Garson, 1912-1999--167.1
  • Kasdan, Lawrence, 1949- --167.1
  • Kazan, Elia--89.2, 153.2, 167.1
  • Kazan, Frances--167.1
  • Keats, Mary--126.8
  • Keitel, Harvey--167.1
  • Kelly, Raymond W.--167.1
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1960-1999--167.7
  • Kennedy, Kathleen, 1954- --25.7
  • Kerr, Philip (to Jane Rosenthal)--152.3
  • Kilmer, Val, 1959- --76.6, 167.1, 298.1
  • Knight, Tuesday--115.4
  • Kollek, Teddy, 1911-2007--167.1
  • Kopeikin, Lawrence M.--37.3
  • La Motta, Jake--126.8
  • La Motta, Vikki--126.6, 126.8
  • Landau, Martin, 1928- --167.1
  • Lang, Caroline, 1961- (Time Warner Inc.)--71.2
  • Lange, Jessica--25.7
  • Lawn, Anthony, S.J.--198
  • Leno, Jay--5.11
  • Leonard, Nanette (United Artists)--126.8
  • Leone, Carla, and family--167.1
  • Lewis, Ellen (to Martin Scorsese)--32.5
  • Liotta, Ray--70.8
  • Loncraine, Richard--10.5, 11.3
  • Loss, Christine--201
  • Lucas, George, 1944- --167.1
  • Macchio, Ralph--43.4
  • Machnik, Paul--134.1
  • Mails, Thomas E.--170.4 (from BV244)
  • Malden, Karl (Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)--230
  • Mamet, David--148.5, 167.1
  • Mancuso, Frank (Paramount Pictures Corporation)--151.2
  • Mancuso, Tony--126.9
  • Mangold, Jim--41.4
  • Mann, Michael--76.7, 78.1
  • Marin, Mindy--2.2
  • Marshall, Frank--25.7
  • Marshall, Penny--75.3, 167.1, 298.1
  • Martin, Mardik--126.6
  • Marx, Michelle--115.4
  • Mason, Marsha--167.1
  • Max, Peter, 1937- --167.1
  • Mazursky, Paul--151.8
  • McCray, Felicia--126.8
  • McElhone, Natascha, 1971- --132.1
  • McNaughton, John, 1950- --298.1
  • Medavoy, Mike (Orion Pictures)--126.8, 298.1
  • Miller, Judith--148.5
  • Minkin, Bill and Ina--126.8
  • Minnelli, Liza--126.8, 167.1
  • Misher, Kevin--100.4
  • Moloney, Jay--298.1
  • Moriarty, Cathy--126.8
  • Murray, Bill, 1950 Sept. 21- --91.6
  • Negron, Olivia--43.4
  • Newman, Paul, 1925-2008--126.8
  • Ngo, Vy Vincent, 1966- --52.2
  • Nichols, Mike--65.3
  • Nicholson, Jack--126.8
  • Norman, Zack--126.8
  • Orth, Robert (Mid-America Film Archive, Ltd.)--126.8
  • Ovitz, Michael--25.7, 167.2
  • Oz, Frank--134.8-9
  • Pacino, Al, 1940- --126.8, 167.2
  • Palminteri, Chazz--151.8, 298.1
  • Papp, Joseph--43.4-5, 167.2
  • Pariser, Marc (Creative Artists Agency, Inc.)--107.7
  • Pauley, Jane, 1950- --167.2
  • Penn, Sean, 1960- --147.3
  • Perri, Paul--298.1
  • Pesci, Joe--37.3
  • Phillips, Julia, 1944-2002--65.3, 139.7
  • Phillips, Michael, 1943- --65.3, 126.8, 298.1
  • Pileggi, Nicholas--31.5 and 32.3 (to Martin Scorsese), 34.3, 36.6, 37.1, 135.2
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930-2008--167.2
  • Planco, Johnnie (William Morris Agency)--43.4
  • Planotones (Musical group)--298.1
  • Pollock, Thomas P.--167.2
  • Polson, John, 1965- --79.7, 80.4
  • Povod, Reinaldo--43.4
  • Powell, Michael, 1905-1990--43.4, 88.2, 167.2
  • Powell, Thelma--see Schoonmaker, Thelma
  • Price, Richard--154.4
  • Primus, Barry, 1938- --115.2, 115.4
  • Pryor, Richard--167.2
  • Ptak, John--65.3
  • Puttnam, David, 1941- --167.2
  • Ralph, Sheryl Lee--115.4
  • Ramis, Harold--8.1, 10.6, 12.8
  • Ramos, Vic (Victor Manuel), 1930-1970--65.3
  • Raskin, Francesca--43.4
  • Reno, Jean, 1948- --132.1
  • Reynolds, Burt--167.2
  • Richardson, Tony, 1928-1991 (Woodfall Limited )--167.2
  • Richmond, Roxanne--126.8
  • Rickles, Barbara and Don--37.3
  • Ritt, Martin, 1914-1990 (Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation)--167.2
  • Ritter, Bruce, 1927- (Covenant House)--43.4
  • Roach, Jay--96.6-7, 97.2, 100.5, 101.3, 102.3
  • Robertson, Cliff, 1923-2011--167.2
  • Robertson, Shauna--101.3
  • Rooney, Mickey--126.8
  • Roos, Fred--65.3
  • Rosenberg, Joe--37.3
  • Rosenthal, Jane, 1956- --144.2, 152.3 (to Yoshimitsu Honda)
  • Ross, Steven J.--167.2
  • Roth, Joe, 1948- --118.9
  • Rowen, Jennifer--126.8
  • Rowlands, Gena--166.9
  • Ryack, Rita--25.7
  • Ryan, Cynthia--218
  • Sacker, Neil (to Harvey Weinstein)--161.7
  • Sacks, Oliver W.--16.3, 167.3
  • Sands, Stephen A. (Columbia University)--81.7
  • Savage, Pete--126.8-9
  • Schoonmaker, Thelma--25.7, 36.2, 37.2; 43.4, 88.2 (as Thelma Powell)
  • Schrader, Paul, 1946- --125.3, 126.8, 153.8, 154.3, 167.3
  • Schwartz, Harold--126.8
  • Scorsese, Martin--31.6, 32.3, 33.6, 37.1, 37.3, 86.3, 91.6, 126.8, 167.3
  • Scott, Tony, 1944-2012--48.2, 52.1
  • Selznick, Daniel Mayer--298.1
  • Serrano, Nestor--43.4
  • Shalit, Gene, 1936- --167.3, 298.1
  • Sheinberg, Sid, 1935- --44.5
  • Sheldon, Sidney--298.1
  • Simmons, Russell--298.1
  • Sivero, Frank, 1952- --126.8
  • Smith, Gary--167.8
  • Smith, Hy (United Artists)--126.8
  • Smith, Scott Marshall--105.5
  • Smith, Todd--37.3
  • Sorvino, Paul--167.3
  • Spielberg, Steven, 1946- --25.6, 152.3, 167.3
  • Spikings, Barry--126.8
  • Sroloff, Sheldon--37.3
  • Stander, Lionel--167.3
  • Stark, Ray--16.3, 126.8
  • Stevens, Russell--65.3
  • Stiller, Ben, 1965- --99.6, 311.4
  • Stone, Sharon, 1958- --37.3, 167.3
  • Strasberg, Anna--43.4
  • Strasberg, Lee (The Actors Studio)--167.3
  • Streep, Meryl--126.8
  • Streisand, Barbra--167.3
  • Strick, Wesley--25.7
  • Swanson, Virginia--126.8
  • Tanen, Ned--126.8
  • Thaler, Todd M.--144.2
  • Tharp, Twyla--43.4
  • Thompson, Emma--56.5, 167.4
  • Tucker, Camille--134.1
  • Turman, Lawrence--65.3, 126.8
  • Tyner, Paul--167.4
  • Ufland, Harry J. (The Ufland Agency)--164.6
  • Valenti, Jack--25.7, 65.3, 126.8, 167.4
  • Van der Meer, Gerrit--138.2
  • Vereen, Ben--298.1
  • Walken, Christopher, 1943- --43.4
  • Wallach, Roberta--298.1
  • Warner, Frank--126.8
  • Wasser, Julian--139.8
  • Weber, Bruce, 1946- --91.6
  • Weide, Robert B.--89.6
  • Weinstein, Bob, 1953- --167.4
  • Weinstein, Harvey, 1952- --151.8, 115.4, 167.4
  • Wenner, Jann--298.1
  • Williams, Robin, 1952 July 21- --167.4
  • Winkler, Henry, 1945- --167.4, 170.3 (from BV157), 170.4 (from BV222)
  • Winkler, Irwin--BV222, 167.4
  • Winters, Shelley--167.4
  • Wolff, Tobias, 1945- --143.2
  • Wong, Janna (The American Film Institute)--126.8
  • Woods, James, 1947- --37.3, 167.4
  • Zaillian, Steven--167.4
  • Zeffirelli, Franco--167.4
  • Zimmerman, Paul D.--87.4

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