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Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Film Files, 1900-1971

Series II. Writings, 1922-1957

Series III. Professional Papers, 1924-1967

Oversize boxes

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Edward Carrick:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Carrick, Edward, 1905-1998
Title: Edward Carrick Papers
Dates: 1900-1971
Abstract: Edward Carrick was an art director and set designer for British film and theater productions from the 1920s through the 1960s. The Edward Carrick Papers, 1900-1971, consist of art designs, photographs, scripts, programs, production documents, manuscripts, clippings, correspondence, and printed material. The bulk of the collection documents Carrick's own work as a production designer in the British film industry from the 1920s to the 1960s, with additional materials Carrick collected from other British designers, as well as materials related to American and European films.
Call Number Film Collection FI-005
Extent: 33 document boxes, 19 oversize boxes (osb), 167 oversize files (osf) (24.44 linear feet)
Language: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Edward Carrick (born Edward Anthony Craig in London on January 3, 1905) was an art director and set designer for British film and theater productions from the 1920s through the 1960s. In 1938, he founded the first British school dedicated to film design and production, the Associated Artist Technicians (A.A.T.) Film School. Carrick wrote several books on designing for films, and organized the first museum exhibit of British film design materials at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1948.

The son of stage designer Edward Gordon Craig and Elena Meo, Carrick lived in various locations throughout Europe as a child, including London, Florence, and Rome. From the age of twelve, he worked as an apprentice to his father, sketching Edward Gordon Craig's design ideas on paper, creating technical plans for stage productions, and photographing theaters and theatrical manuscripts. In 1923, Edward Anthony Craig's woodcut illustrations were published in his father's magazine, The Mask, under the pseudonym Edward Carrick, his first professional use of that name. Carrick continued to work on projects with his father for several years after that, and then moved to London in 1927, where he was hired by George Pearson as art designer for the Welsh-Pearson-Elder film company in 1928. After that company was liquidated and its film stock destroyed in 1930, Carrick supported himself as a freelance painter and commercial artist, notably by contributing illustrations to several volumes of poetry privately published by John Gawsworth, and also worked as a set designer for various theatrical productions in London. In 1932, Carrick obtained a position as art director for Associated Talking Pictures (A.T.P.) at the newly created Ealing Studios, designing films directed by Carol Reed and A.T.P. founder Basil Dean.

In 1936, Carrick took a job with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.'s British-based Criterion Film Productions, Ltd., designing such Fairbanks Jr. films as The Amateur Gentleman (1936), Accused (1936), and Jump for Glory (When Thief Meets Thief) (1937). Carrick left film production in 1938 to found the Associated Artist Technicians (A.A.T.) Film School, the first school in Great Britain to offer a course in designing for film. The Second World War brought an abrupt end to the school's activities, however, and Carrick joined the war effort as art director for the Ministry of Information's Crown Film Unit. Carrick built sets for many of Crown Film Unit's "story documentaries" including Target for Tonight (1941) and Fires Were Started (1943), which typically featured non-actors such as soldiers and firemen playing themselves in dramatic reconstructions of their wartime activities. A selection of stills from Crown Film Unit documentaries depicting wartime life on the home front were compiled by Carrick into a book published in 1942, Meet the Common People.

After the war, Carrick was hired by the Rank Organisation's film production unit, Independent Producers Ltd., as supervising art director of Pinewood Studios, and remained at Pinewood through the 1950s, designing films such as Captain Boycott (1947), The Blue Lagoon (1949), The Divided Heart (1954), and Tiger Bay (1959). In the 1940s Carrick continued to educate students and the general public in the fundamentals of designing for films. He wrote the first textbook on film design, Designing For Moving Pictures (1941), republished as Designing For Films (1949). As one of the founding members of The Society of British Film Art Directors and Designers, started in 1946, Carrick contributed original design materials to a special collection housed at the British Film Institute. Carrick compiled his own designs and those of other Society members such as Alfred Junge, Hein Heckroth, and Vincent Korda into the book Art and Design In the British Film in 1948. Many of the designs reproduced in that book were likely also featured in the Exhibition of British Film Art at The Victoria and Albert Museum the same year. Carrick left Independent Producers Ltd. in the early 1960s to work for Hammer Film Productions, where he art directed some of Hammer's Alfred Hitchcock-inspired psychological thrillers, including Maniac (1963), Hysteria (1964), and his final film credit, The Nanny (1965).

Carrick retired to country life in the mid-1960s with his second wife, Mary Timewell, and his two children, John and Helen. He published a biography of his father, Gordon Craig (1968), contributed to a history of Italian Baroque and Rococo theater architecture published in Milan, and gave lectures on film and theater design and his father's work. Edward Carrick died on January 21, 1998 in Thame, Oxfordshire, England.

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Scope and Contents

The Edward Carrick Papers, 1900-1971, consist of art designs, photographs, scripts, programs, production documents, manuscripts, clippings, correspondence, and printed material. The bulk of the collection documents Carrick's own work as a production designer in the British film industry from the 1920s to the 1960s, with additional materials Carrick collected from other British designers, as well as materials related to American and European films. The papers are organized into three series: Series I. Film Files; Series II. Writings; and Series III. Professional Papers.

Series I. Film Files is divided into five subseries. Subseries A. Films Designed by Carrick contains materials for films that Carrick was employed on as art director, set designer, or designer of publicity materials. The bulk of the materials in the Edward Carrick Papers are filed within this subseries; it includes original designs, film stills and production photographs, scripts, cost estimates and other production documents, and title cards. Subseries B. Other Films is comprised of materials related to specific films, generally original designs or still photographs, which with Carrick himself had no professional involvement. Many of the original art designs in this subseries, including sketches by Alfred Junge, Hein Heckroth, Vincent Korda, and L. P. Williams, were reproduced in Carrick's books Designing For Films and Art and Design in the British Film. In general, materials in Subseries A and B are arranged alphabetically by British release title, as these were the titles Carrick himself used to arrange and file the materials. In instances where a film was given a different title for its American release or where a provisional title was used on some of the materials associated with the film, those alternate titles are listed in parentheses after the British title. Stills for European films have been listed by the title printed or written on the still, often in the original language (e.g., French or German); these films may be known by other titles which are not listed here.

Subseries C. Film Topics and Subseries D. Studio Files are collections of material used by Carrick for research or for reproduction in his book Designing For Films. Groupings in these subseries follow Carrick's original arrangement and many of the folders contain brief notes written by Carrick about the material. Subseries C. Film Topics contains photographs of art designs and production photographs filed by film designer and by nationality, as well as a collection of behind-the-scenes photographs that depict various technical aspects of filmmaking (e.g., technicians building sets, ships, and models, and various types of camera and lighting set-ups). Also in this subseries is a collection of articles and clippings arranged by topic, covering such subjects as the development of color film processes, censorship in films, and profiles of various film studios and film personalities. Subseries D. Studio Files contains clippings, photographs, maps, and organizational documents from a variety of British studios. Subseries E. Crown Film Unit documents Carrick's work for the Ministry of Information during World War II and contains printed material such as programs, brochures, and reports as well as film stills from Crown Film Unit productions.

Series II. Writings contains printed articles and manuscript drafts of various pieces by Edward Carrick (including portions of his book Designing For Moving Pictures) and by other writers, including Carrick's father, Edward Gordon Craig. Also in this series are several folders containing film bibliographies, publishers' catalogs of film books, and guides to the holdings of various film libraries.

Series III. Professional Papers is divided into five subseries. Series A. Correspondence contains a small amount of correspondence related to Carrick's professional activities and personal letters from his friend and one-time employer George Pearson. Series B. Film Organizations contains materials from several film-related organizations that Carrick was a member of, including the Association of Cinematograph and Allied Technicians and the British Film Institute. Subseries C. Other Works contains one item, a sketch for a print advertisement featuring the actress Kay Kendall. Subseries D. Teaching Files contains printed materials, correspondence, and notes related to Carrick's own A.A.T. Film School, as well as brochures from other film schools and clippings on film education. Subseries E. Victoria and Albert Museum Exhibition of British Film Art is composed of clippings about the 1948 Exhibition of British Film Art at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and a poster and text panel used in that exhibit.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. A set blueprint for Captain Boycott is restricted from access due to its fragile condition. An advance appointment is required to view photographic negatives in the Reading Room.

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Pearson, George, 1875-1973
Subjects
Carrick, Edward, 1905-1998
Motion pictures--Art direction
Motion pictures--Great Britain
Document Types
Clippings
Correspondence
Photographs
Programs
Sketches
Storyboards

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Related Material

The Edward Gordon Craig Art Collection at the Harry Ransom Center contains artwork by Edward Carrick as well as artwork by his father, Edward Gordon Craig. The Harry Ransom Center also has collections of materials related to Carrick's father, Edward Gordon Craig, in the Manuscripts and Performing Arts departments. The James Roose-Evans Papers at the Harry Ransom Center contain correspondence with Edward Carrick. Researchers of British film design may also be interested in the Alfred Junge Papers and the B. J. Simmons & Co. Costume Design Records, also at the Harry Ransom Center.

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Separated Material

The pictorial record for Captain Boycott has been transferred to the Ransom Center's cold storage; a digital copy of this item is available for patron access. Film strips from movies art directed by Carrick have also been removed from their original location and transferred to the Center's cold storage.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1972 (R5052)

Processed by:

Shane Slay, 2005; Ancelyn Krivak, 2012

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Sources:

"Carrick, Edward." BFI Film & TV Database, http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/28984 (accessed 10 February 2012).

Carrick, Edward. "Edward Carrick." In Art and Design In the British Film, 47-48. London: Dennis Dobson, Ltd., 1948.

Carrick, Edward. "Foreword." In Designing For Films, vii. London: The Studio Publications, 1949.

Craig, Edward. Gordon Craig: The Story of His Life. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1968.

"Crown Film Unit." BFI Screenonline, http://www.screenonline.org.uk/film/id/469778/ (accessed 10 February 2012).

"Edward Anthony Craig."  Contemporary Authors, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 10 February 2012).

Pearson, George. Flashback: The Autobiography of a British Film-Maker. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1957.

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Container List

 

Series I. Film Files, 1900-1971

Subseries A. Films Designed by Carrick, 1928-1965
Accused (1936)
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1.1 Cost statements, 1936
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1.2 Photograph of set sketch, 1936
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1.3-7, 26.4, 26.8, 27.4 Stills and photographs of set, 1936 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
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osf 1-20 Set sketches, undated
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34.1 Sketch, undated
The Adventurers (Fortune in Diamonds, South African Story) (1951)
Container
1.8 Cost estimates, 1950
Container
2.1-4 Production photographs, 1951 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
Scripts
Container
2.5 Revised shooting script of screenplay by Robert Westerby, 1950
Container
2.6 Final shooting script, 27 June 1950
Container
osf 159 Set plans and elevations
The Amateur Gentleman (1936)
Container
39.1 Campaign book and posters, undated
Container
2.7 Cost estimates (with Hyde Park Corner), 1935
Container
2.8 Photographs of designs, 1935
Container
3.1-2 Stills and production photographs, 1936
Container
39.2-3 Set designs, undated
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osf 21-45 Set and storyboard sketches, 1936
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3.3 Title cards, 1936
Autumn Crocus (1936)
Container
34.2 Campaign books, undated
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3.4 Cost estimates, 1936
Container
3.5 Stills and photographs of set, 1936
Bachelor of Hearts (Cambridge Blue, Light Blue) (1958)
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3.6 Production breakdown, 1958
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3.7 Program, 1958
Scripts
Container
3.8 Masterscene script by Leslie Bricusse and Frederic Raphael, 26 March 1958
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34.5 Third working masterscene script by Leslie Bricusse and Frederic Raphael, 8 January 1958
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34.4, 39.4 Sketches, undated
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39.5 Ballerina, poster designed by Carrick [unreleased?], undated
The Battle of the Sexes (The Catbird Seat) (1959)
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3.9 Pictorial script with shooting notes, photographs, 1958
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4.1 Screenplay by Monja Danischewsky, 1959
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4.2 Set breakdown, 1959
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34.5 Sketches, undated
Container
4.3 Bitter Sweet (1933), title cards designed by Carrick, undated
Container
4.4-5, 26.4 The Black Rose (1950, set design, uncredited), stills and photographs of set, undated
Container
4.6, 39.6-8 Blind Date (1959), sketches, undated
The Blue Lagoon (1949)
Container
30.11 Costs, 1947
Container
51 Negatives of sketches by H. R. Oxley, 1947
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4.7 Photographs of sketches, 1949
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4.8 Photographs of set, 1949 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
Container
4.9, 39.9-12 Sketches, 1948-1949
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4.10 Storyboard, 1949
The Broken Melody (1929)
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26.4 Technical photographs, 1929
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4.11 Work schedule, 1928
Captain Boycott (1947)
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4.12 Cost estimates, 1947
Container
4.13 Photographs of set designs and sketches, 1947
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4.14-15 Stills and photographs of set, 1947
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4.16 Pictorial record, undated [Transferred to cold storage. A digital copy is available for patron use.]
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4.17 Program, 1947
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4.18 Script, 7 October 1946
Container
47* Set blueprint on plastic. [Restricted due to fragile condition.]
Container
osf 157 Set designs and plans
Container
40.1 Set designs and sketches, 1947
Container
5.1 Set plans, 1947
Container
5.2-5.8, 34.6 Sketches, 1947
Container
5.9 Crime Over London (1936), costs, 1936
The Cumberland Story (1947)
Container
34.7 Costume designs, undated
Container
31.1 Photographs of costume designs, undated
Container
34.7 Set design, undated
Container
31.2 Stills, undated
The Divided Heart (1954)
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5.10 Cost estimates, 1954
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5.11 Production breakdown with photograph of director Charles Crichton, 1954
Scripts
Container
5.12 Final script, 26 February 1954
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5.13 Final shooting script, 1954
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40.2-4 Set designs, 1954
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5.14, 40.5 Set sketches, 1954
Container
37 Stills scrapbook, 1954
Every Day's a Holiday (Seaside Swingers) (1964)
Container
5.15 Production breakdown, 4 May 1964
Scripts
Container
5.16 First draft by Jeri Matos and Anthony Marriott, April, 1964
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5.17 Draft shooting script by Jeri Matos, Anthony Marriott and James Hill, 24 April 1964
Container
6.1 Shooting script by Jeri Matos, Anthony Marriott, Terry Nation, and James Hill, May, 1964
Fools Rush In (1949)
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6.2 Cost estimates, 1948
Container
6.3-4, 27.2 Photographs of set and film stills, 1948
Container
6.5 Production breakdown, 1948
Container
6.6 Shooting script by Geoffrey Kerr, 10 October 1948
Gift Horse (1952)
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6.7 Cost estimates, 1951
Container
6.8 Production photographs, undated
Container
6.9-7.1 Production breakdown [2 copies], 1951
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7.2-4 Scripts, 1951
Container
40.6-7 Set designs, undated
Container
34.8 Sketch, undated
Container
7.5 Happy Fugitives (unproduced?), cost estimates with letter, 1938
High Tide at Noon (1957)
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7.6-8.2 Production photographs, 1957
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34.9 Second draft script by Neil Paterson, 18 April 1956
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osf 55 Set sketch, undated
Container
8.3-8.6, 40.8-9 Sketches, 1957
Container
osf 56 Storyboards, undated
Hysteria (1964)
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osf 151 Cost estimates, 1964
Container
8.7, 34.10 Floor plans, 1964
Container
osf 160 Set designs and plans
Container
8.8-9, 34.10 Set designs, 1964
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osf 57 Stage layout and elevation, undated
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8.10 Script by Jimmy Sangster, 12 December 1963
The Impassive Footman (1932)
Container
8.11 Cost estimates, 1932
Container
8.12 Photographs of set, 1932
Ingram's Peace (1954, not released?)
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8.13 Production breakdown, undated
Container
8.14 Second masterscene script, 19 August 1954
It Started in Paradise (Fanfare for Fig Leaves, It Started with Eve) (1952)
Container
osf 151 Cost estimates, 1952
Container
osf 58 Costume design by Sheila Graham (includes two transparencies of actress in costume), undated
Container
8.15 Photographs of set, 1952 [acetate film strips removed to cold storage]
Scripts
Container
34.11 Shooting script by Marghanita Laski, 25 February 1952
Container
34.12 Third draft script by Marghanita Laski, 28 November 1951
Java Head (1934)
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9.1 Costs, 1934
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9.2, 27.2, 27.4 Stills and photographs of set, 1934
Container
34.13 Program, 1934
Container
9.3-4, 26.4-5, 26.7, 27.2 Jericho (1937), stills and production photographs, undated
Jump for Glory (When Thief Meets Thief) (1937)
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9.5 Costs, 1936
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9.6 Photograph of set design, 1936
Container
9.7-9 Production photographs and stills, 1937
Container
9.10 Sketch, 1936
The Kidnappers (The Little Kidnappers, Little Sinners) (1953)
Container
34.14 Cost estimate, 1953
Container
9.11-10.1 Production photographs and stills, 1953
Container
34.15 Production breakdown, 1953
Container
10.2 Sketches, 1953
Container
osf 158 Little Woodbury [unproduced, undated], sketch for Little Woodbury, Job 321 ("a film about prehistoric England")
Lorna Doone (1935)
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10.3 Art designs, 1935
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36.5 Article, 1935
Container
41.1 Campaign book, 1935
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10.4, 41.2-3 Costume designs, 1935
Container
osf 59-60 Costume sketches by Basil Dean
Container
10.5-7, 26.4, 26.8, 27.1 Production photographs and stills, 1935 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
Container
10.8 Program, 1935
Container
osf 61 Property sketches by Basil Dean, undated
Container
40.10, osf 62-66 Set designs by Edward Carrick, Basil Dean, and Denis Wreford, undated
Loyalties (1933)
Container
34.16 Campaign book, 1933
Container
10.9 Costs, 1933
Container
10.10 Stills and photographs of set, 1933 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
Macbeth (1960) [made for television]
Container
34.17 Cost estimates, 1960
Container
34.18-19 Floor plans, undated
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34.20, 41.4-5 Set designs and sketches, undated
Container
osf 161 Set sketch and storyboard photostats, 1960
Container
10.11-11.1, 26.8 Stills and production photographs, undated
Maniac (1963)
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34.21 Cost estimates, 1962
Container
11.2 Script, 1963
Container
41.6 Set sketches, undated
Container
11.3 Storyboard, undated
Midshipman Easy (1935)
Container
41.7 Campaign book, 1935
Container
41.8-10, osf 162 Set sketches, undated
Container
11.4-6, 26.8, 27.2 Stills and production photographs, 1935
The Nanny (1965)
Container
osf 151 Cost estimates, 1965
Container
11.7 Floor plan, 1965
Container
11.8 Stills, 1965
Scripts
Container
12.1-2 First draft screenplay [2 copies], 14 December 1964
Container
12.3 Final screenplay by Jimmy Sangster, undated
Container
41.11-18 Set designs, undated
Container
12.4, 34.22 Sketches, 1965
Nell Gwyn (1934)
Container
12.5 Stills, 1934
Container
12.6 Title cards designed by Carrick, 1934
O.H.M.S. (1937)
Container
12.7 Production photographs, undated
Container
24.6 Photographs of set designs by Erno Metzner, undated
The One That Got Away (1957)
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12.8-11 Production photographs and stills, 1957
Container
12.12 Scene set-up, 1957
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12.13, 34.23-24 Sketches, 1957
Container
34.24 Storyboard, undated
The Red Beret (Paratrooper) (1953)
Container
13.1 Scene set-up, 1953
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osf 163 Set sketches, undated
Container
13.2 Watercolor drawing, 1953
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38 The Silver King (1929) (art directors Walter Merton and Edward Carrick), stills scrapbook, undated
Container
27.2 Skipper of the Osprey (1933), photograph of set, undated
So Little Time (Sunset at Morning) (1952)
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13.3 Cost estimates, 1951
Container
13.4 Photographs of set, 1952
Container
13.5-6 Production breakdown [2 copies], 1951
Scripts
Container
13.7 First shooting script by John Cresswell, 1951
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13.8 Shooting script by John Cresswell, 22 March 1951
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13.9 Script fragment, 1951
Spider and the Fly (1949)
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osf 151 Cost estimates, 1949
Container
13.10-14.2, 26.8 Production photographs and stills, 1949
Container
14.3 Production breakdown, 1949
Container
14.4 Shooting script, 1949
Container
14.5-8 Sketches, 1949
Three Men in a Boat (1933, uncredited)
Container
14.9, 26.4 Production photographs and stills, 1933 [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
Container
34.25 Program, 1933
Tiger Bay (1959)
Container
14.10 Production breakdown, 1958
Scripts
Container
14.11 Annotated script, undated
Container
14.12-15.1 Revised draft script by Shelley Smith and John Hawkesworth [2 copies], 15 August 1958
Container
15.2 Shooting script by Shelley Smith and John Hawkesworth, 1 September 1958
Container
15.3 Sketches, 1958
Container
41.19 Storyboard design, undated
Village of Daughters (1961)
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34.26 Cost estimates, 1961
Container
15.4, 26.7 Production photographs and stills, 1961
Container
15.5 Production breakdown, 1961
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15.6, 42.1-4 Set designs, 1961
Container
15.7 Sketches, 1961
What a Crazy World (1963)
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osf 151 Cost estimates, 1963
Container
15.8 Production breakdown, 1963
Scripts
Container
15.9 Screenplay by Alan Klein and Michael Carreras, February 1963
Container
15.10 Final screenplay by Alan Klein and Michael Carreras, April 1963
Container
16.1, 42.5 Set designs, 1963
Container
16.2 Sketches, 1963
Whom the Gods Love (Mozart) (1936)
Container
25.4 Stills, undated
Photographs of set designs by Andre Andrejew, undated
Container
16.3 Title cards designed by Carrick, 1936
Yellow Stockings (1928, uncredited)
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16.4 Cost estimates, 1928
Container
16.5-6 Production photographs and stills, 1928
Container
16.7-11 Sketches / set designs, 1928
Subseries B. Other Films, 1914-1971
Container
16.12 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968), stills, 1968
Container
16.13 100 Rifles (1968), still, undated
Container
16.14 Abdul the Damned (1935), still, undated
Container
25.7 Adieu Cherie (1946), stills, undated
The Adventures of Quentin Durward (1955)
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42.6 Ad mat, 1955
Container
42.7 Lobby cards, 1955
Container
osf 164 Poster and set designs, 1955
Container
16.15 Stills, 1955
Container
36.5 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), article, program, undated
Container
16.16 The Adventures of Tartu (Sabotage Agent) (1943), pictorial script by John Bryan, undated
Container
16.17 Affair of Madame Pompadour (1951), stills, undated
Container
16.18 The African Queen (1951), still, undated
Container
30.11 All Over the Town (1949), cost estimates, 1948
Container
25.5 All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), still, undated
Container
25.7 Amours, délices et orgues (1947), stills, undated
Container
28.6 The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp (1953), photograph of poster, undated
Container
25.7 Les Anges du Péché (1943), still, undated
Container
23.21 Anna Karenina (1948), photographs of set designs by Andrej Andrejew, undated
Container
16.19 Annie Get Your Gun (1950), still, 1950
Container
osf 165 Another Cynthia (unreleased?), sketches by C. P. Norman, 1946
Container
16.20 Appointment in London (Raiders In the Sky) (1953), still, 1953
Container
16.21 As You Like It (1937), program, undated
Container
16.22 L'Atalante (1934), program, undated
Container
16.23 Auld Lang Syne (1929), photograph of set, 1929
Container
16.24 Babette Goes to War (1959), stills, undated
Container
16.25 Background (1953), photograph of Valerie Hobson, 1953
Container
24.2 The Bad Lord Byron (1949), photographs of set designs by Maurice Carter, undated
Container
25.6 Barcarole (1935), stills,undated
Container
25.4 Balaclava (1928), still, undated
Beau Brummell
Container
16.26 (1954) Still, 1954
Container
16.27 (1924) Stills, undated
The Beggar's Opera (1952)
Container
16.28 Photograph, 1952
Container
42.8 Sketchbook by Oskar Werndorff, undated
The Beloved Vagabond (1936), still, undated
Container
osf 166 Set sketches, undated
Container
25.4 Still, undated
Container
16.29 The Bermondsey Kid (1933), still, undated
Container
24.10 Beware of Pity (1946), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
Container
25.2 The Big House (1930), still, undated
Container
16.30 The Bishop's Wife (1947), still, undated
Black Narcissus (1947)
Container
30.11 Cost estimates, undated
Container
osf 156 Set design by Alfred Junge, 1946
Container
30.11 Blanche Fury (1947), cost estimates, 1947
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16.31 The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968), stills, undated
Container
25.6 Boccaccio (1936), still, undated
Container
27.4 Bolero (1934), production photograph, undated
Container
25.7 Le Bonheur (1934), stills, undated
Container
24.14 Boule de Suif (1945), photographs of designs by Léon Barsacq, undated
Container
16.32 Bowery Boy (1940), stills, undated
Container
17.1 The Brain (1962), first draft screenplay by Philip Mackie, undated
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17.2 Branded (1950), still, 1950
Container
28.6 Brandy for the Parson (1952), photograph of poster, undated
The Brave Don't Cry (1952), photograph of poster, undated
Container
osf 67-77 Brief Encounter (1945), set sketches by L. P. Williams, undated
Container
27.4 But the Flesh Is Weak (1932), production photograph, undated
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)
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17.3 Article, undated
Container
35.1 Stills, undated
Container
25.8 Cabiria (1914), stills, undated
Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)
Container
23.23-24.1 Photographs of designs for camera set-ups by Ferdinand Bellan, undated
Container
27.1 Production photographs and stills, undated
Container
35.2 Program, undated
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osf 78 Sketchbook by Ferdinand Bellan, undated
Container
osf 79-80 Sketches and designs, undated
Cagliostro (Graf Cagliostro) (1929)
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43.1 Costume design, undated
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24.11 Sketches by Oskar Werndorff, undated
Cairo Road (Poison Road) (1950)
Container
17.4 First shooting script, undated
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17.5 Treatment for original screenplay by Robert Westerby, undated
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17.6 Call it a Day (1937), stills, undated
Container
17.7 Calling All Marines (1939), stills, undated
Container
25.8 Il Canale Degli Angeli (1934), stills, undated
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17.8 Candlelight in Algeria (1943), stills, undated
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osf 81-83 A Canterbury Tale (1944), set designs by Alfred Junge, undated
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25.7 Le Capitaine Fracasse (1929), stills, undated
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25.6 Capriccio (1938), stills, undated
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25.7 Carmen (1945), still, undated
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25.6 Die Carmen von St. Pauli (Docks of Hamburg) (1928), still, undated
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25.4 Carnival (1946), still, undated
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17.9 Carry on Camping (1969), stills, undated
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17.10 Carry on Loving (1970), stills, undated
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17.11 The Case of Gabriel Perry (1935), program, undated
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17.12 Casque D' Or (1952), photograph of Simone Signoret, 1952
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25.8 Casta Diva (1935), stills, undated
Champagne Charlie (1944)
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25.4 Still, undated
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24.9 Photographs of set designs by Michael Relph, undated
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43.2 Poster, undated
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osf 84 Set designs by Michael Relph, undated
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24.2 Christopher Columbus (1949), photographs of set designs by Maurice Carter, undated
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25.7 Le Ciel est à Vous (The Woman Who Dared) (1944), still, undated
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17.13 Cinderella (Cenerentola) (1953), photograph of Lori Landi, undated
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25.5 Cinderella (1954) directed by Lotte Reiniger, stills, undated
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25.2 City Lights (1931), stills, undated
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17.14 Claudine à L'École (1937), program, undated
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27.2 Close Quarters (Undersea Raider) (1943) production photographs, undated
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35.3 Colonel Blood (1933), set designs by Laurence Irving, undated
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17.15 Congo Crossing (1956), still, undated
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osf 85 Convoy (1940), design by Wilfrid Shingleton, undated
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25.7 Copie Conforme (1946), still, undated
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25.2-3 The Courtship of Miles Standish (1923), stills, undated
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17.16 Creatures the World Forgot (1970), stills, undated
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17.17, 26.8 The Crusades (1935), production photographs, undated
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17.18 Cry the Beloved Country (1952), photograph of Canada Lee, 1952
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17.19 The Cure for Love (1950), still, 1949
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17.20 Danger Ahead (1935), still, undated
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17.21 The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950), stills, 1950
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17.22 David Copperfield (1969) (TV), still, undated
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25.2 Dead End (1937), stills, undated
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17.23, osf 86 Dear Mr. Prohack (1949), pictorial scripts by Bill Lane, undated
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17.24 The Desert Rats (1953), stills, undated
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17.25 Destination Gobi (1953), still, 1953
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17.26 Destiny (Der Mude Tod, 1921), program, undated
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17.27 The Detective (1968), stills, undated
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27.4 The Devil Is a Woman (1935), production photograph, undated
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17.28 The Devil's Disciple (1959), still, 1959
The Dictator (Loves of a Dictator) (1935)
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43.3-6 Costume designs by Joe Strassner, undated
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25.4 Still, undated
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23.23 Photographs of set designs by Ferdinand Bellan, undated
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osf 87 Sketches, undated
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25.4 Don Quixote (1934), stills, undated
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24.10 Don't Take It to Heart (1944), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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25.7 Douce (1943), still, undated
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17.29 Down Memory Lane (1949), still, undated
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17.30 Dreaming Lips (1937), program, 1937
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17.31 Drôle de Drame (1937), program, undated
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24.5 Drums (1938), still, undated
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17.32 Due Millioni per un Sorriso (1939), program, undated
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17.33 The Eagle (1925), program, undated
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17.34 East Side, West Side (1949), still, undated
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24.3 Easy Money (1947), photographs of set designs by Cedric Dawe, undated
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25.7 En Rade (1928), stills, undated
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24.14 Les Enfants du Paradis (1945), photograph of design by Alexandre Trauner, undated
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18.1-8 The End of the River (Up the River, Green Days and Blue Days) (1947), storyboards by Bill Lane, undated
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24.10 Escape (1940), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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18.9 Es Flüstert die Nacht (Hungarian Nights) (1929), program, undated
Esther Waters (Sin of Esther Waters) (1948)
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1948
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44.4-9 Costume designs by Alix Stone, undated
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24.13 Photograph of design by Fred Pusey, undated
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osf 88 Set design by Fred Pusey, undated
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43.7-44.3, osf 89, osf 154 Storyboard designs, undated
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26.2 Technical photographs, undated
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25.7 L'Éternel Retour (1943), still, undated
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25.6 Fanny Elssler (1937), still, undated
Faust (1926)
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18.12 Stills, 1926
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25.1 Photographs of designs by Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig, undated
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25.7 Felicie Nanteuil (Histoire Comique) (1942), still, undated
Feu Matthias Pascal (1926), still, undated
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18.13 The Fire Trap (1936), stills, undated
Fire over England (1937)
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36.5 Article, 1937
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24.14 Photograph of design by Lazare Meerson, undated
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24.5, 27.2 Production photographs, undated
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osf 90 Sketches, undated
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osf 91 The First Gentleman (Affairs of a Rogue) (1948), sketch by C. P. Norman, undated
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18.14 The Five Man Army (1969), still, undated
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18.15 A Flea in Her Ear (1968), stills, 1968
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18.16 Flight at Midnight (1939), stills, undated
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26.2-3 Floodtide (1949), production photographs, undated
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osf 92 Floods of Fear (1958), sketch by Cedric Dawe, undated
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25.2 Foreign Correspondent (1940), still, undated
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26.7, 27.2 The Foreman Went to France (1942), production photographs, undated
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18.17 The Forgotten Village (1941), postcard / program, undated
The Four Feathers (1939)
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25.3 Stills, undated
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24.5 Photograph of set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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45.2 Set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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25.6 Frauen für Golden Hill (1938), still, undated
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18.18 French Leave (1937), stills, undated
Frenzy (1949)
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18.19 Photograph of Mai Zetterling, 1949
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18.20 Program / advertisement, 1949
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18.21 Fric-Frac (1939), program, undated
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18.22 Fugitive in the Sky (1936), stills, undated
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18.23 Gay Nineties, (date unknown), program, undated
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25.6 Der Gefangene des Königs (1935), still, undated
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18.24 The General Died at Dawn (1936), program, undated
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osf 93 The Ghost Goes West (1935), set design by Tom Morahan, undated
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18.25 The Girl Can't Help It (1956), still, undated
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23.22 The Girl Who Stayed at Home (date unknown), photographs of set designs by William ("Bill") C. Andrews, undated
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19.1 The Golden Idol (1954), stills, undated
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25.2 The Goldwyn Follies (1938), stills, undated
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19.2 Der Golem (1920), stills, undated
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26.7 Gone With the Wind (1939), production photograph, undated
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25.2 The Good Earth (1937), still, undated
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27.4 The Goose Steps Out (1942), production photograph, undated
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35.16 Grand Hotel (1932), photographs of set designs, undated
The Grapes of Wrath (1939)
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36.5 Article, 1939
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35.4 Program, undated
Great Expectations (1946)
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36.5 Article, 1946
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24.13 Photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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osf 94 Green for Danger (1946), sketches by Peter Proud, undated
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19.3 Green Light (1937), stills, undated
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19.4 The Green Pastures (1936), stills, undated
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19.5 Guilty Melody (1936), stills, undated
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19.6 Gunga Din (1939), production photograph, undated
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36.5 Hamlet (1948), article, 1948
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osf 95 The Happy Family [unproduced?], sketch by Cedric Dawe, undated
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25.4 He Was Her Man (1934), still, undated
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19.7 Heads We Go (The Charming Deceiver) (1933), still, undated
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25.6 Heimat (1938), still, undated
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19.8 Hello, Dolly! (1969), stills, undated
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19.9, 25.6 Henker, Frauen und Soldaten (1935), stills, undated
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19.10 The Hero (1962) [unproduced], screenplay by Derry Finch and Peter Quinn, 1962
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19.11 The Holly and the Ivy (1952), still, 1952
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19.12 Hotel Sahara (1951), stills, 1951
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osf 96 Hue and Cry (1946), set design by Norman Arnold, undated
Hungry Hill (1947)
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24.10 Photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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24.13 Photographs of designs by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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osf 97 Set design by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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25.4 Huntingtower (1927), still, undated
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2.8 Hyde Park Corner (1935), cost estimates (with The Amateur Gentleman), 1935
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19.13 I Adore You (1933), still, undated
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24.5 I, Claudius (1937), photograph of set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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19.14 I Deal In Danger (1966), stills, undated
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19.15 I Remember Mama (1948), photograph of Barbara Bel Geddes, undated
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19.16 I Want You (1951), still, 1951
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19.17 I Was a Spy (1933), stills, 1933
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25.8 I'll Give a Million (1937), still, undated
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19.18, 25.4 An Ideal Husband (1947), production photographs, undated
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24.14 L'Idiot (1946), photographs of designs by Léon Barsacq, undated
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19.19 The Importance of Being Earnest (1952), photograph of Dorothy Tutin, 1952
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25.7 L'Inévitable Monsieur Dubois (1943), still, undated
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19.20 L'Innocent (Bouquets from Nicholas) (1938), program, undated
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25.6 I.N.R.I. (1923), still, undated
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19.21 The Iron Duke (1934), still, 1934
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19.22 Island in the Sky (1953), still, undated
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osf 98 Jamaica Inn (1939), storyboard by Tom Morahan, undated
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19.23 Jazz Unterm Maibaum, script [possibly a play script], with Klaus Richter pamphlet, undated
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25.4 Jew Süss (Power) (1934), stills, undated
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28.6 Judgment Deferred (1952), photograph of poster, undated
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24.5 Jungle Book (1942), photograph of set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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19.24 Justine (1969), still, undated
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19.25 Keep Your Seats, Please (1936), still, undated
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24.14 La Kermesse Héroïque (Carnival in Flanders) (1935), photograph of design by Lazare Meerson, undated
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19.26 Kicking the Moon Around (The Playboy) (1938), production breakdown, undated
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35.16 The Killers (1946), photographs of set designs, undated
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19.27 King of Kings (1927), program, undated
Laburnum Grove (1936)
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26.2 Production photograph, undated
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45.3 Program, 1936
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19.28 Lady L (1965), still, undated
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24.10 The Lady Vanishes (1938), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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18.21 Land of Promise (1945), program (with Fric-Frac), undated
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19.29 Lassie Come Home (1943), stills, undated
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24.3 Laundry Film, undated, photograph of storyboard, undated
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28.6 Laxdale Hall (1953), photograph of poster, undated
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19.30 Leave it To Me (1937), still, undated
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26.8 The Lemon Drop Kid (1934), production photograph, undated
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19.31 Let 'em Have It (1935), still, undated
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1947)
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45.6 Costume design by Bernard Sarron, undated
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19.32 Program, 1947
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19.33 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), stills, undated
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19.34 The Light Touch (1952), photograph of Pier Angeli, 1951
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19.35 Lilies of the Field (1934), still, undated
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35.5 Little Women (1933), program, undated
London Belongs To Me (1948)
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1948
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35.6 Set designs by Roy Oxley, undated
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19.36 The Long Dark Hall (1951), photograph of Lilli Palmer, 1951
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19.37 The Long Memory (1953), still, 1953
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19.38 Loot (1970), stills, undated
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19.39 The Losers (1970), stills, 1970
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19.40 Love Cage (Les Félins) (1964), stills, undated
Love, Life & Laughter (1934)
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45.7 Campaign book, 1934
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19.41, 27.4 Production photographs and stills, undated
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osf 99 Love on the Dole (1941) set designs by Wilfrid Shingleton, undated
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25.4 Love's Option (1928), stills, undated
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25.3 A Lover's Oath (The Rubaiyat) (1925), still, undated
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25.7 Lumiere d'été (1942), still, undated
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19.42 Lure of the Wilderness (1952), stills, undated
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19.43 Lust for A Vampire (1970), still, undated
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25.3 Madam Satan (1930), stills, undated
Das Mädchen Johanna (1935)
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25.1 Production photograph, undated
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35.7 Program and clippings, undated
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25.6 Stills, undated
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19.44 Madeleine (1950), stills, 1950
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osf 100 Madness of the Heart (1949), sketches by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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28.6 Man of Africa (1953), photograph of poster, undated
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19.45 Man of Aran (1934), program, undated
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19.46 The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1949), still, undated
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25.7 Le Marriage de Chiffon (1942), still, undated
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24.5 Marius (1931), photograph of set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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20.1 The Mark of Cain (1948), still, undated
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45.8 La Marseillaise (1938), set design by Georges Wakhevitch, undated
Mata Hari (1931)
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35.16 Photographs of set designs, undated
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45.9 Storyboards, undated
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24.4 A Matter of Life and Death (1946), photographs of set designs by Alfred Junge, undated
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osf 101 Meet Me at Dawn (1947), sketch by Norman Arnold, undated
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27.2 Men of the Lightship (1940), production photograph, undated
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25.1 Metropolis (1927), photographs of designs by Otto Hunte, undated
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35.16 A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), photographs, undated
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27.1 The Mikado (1939), production photographs, undated
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20.2 Million Dollar Baby (1934), stills, undated
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20.3 The Miniver Story (1950), still, 1950
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20.4 H. G. Wells' The Invisible Man: The Mink Coat (1958), screenplay, undated
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25.7 Les Miserables (1925), still, undated
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28.6 Miss Robin Hood (1952), photograph of poster, undated
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20.5 Modern Times (1936), stills, undated
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20.6 Monsieur Verdoux (1947), stills, 1947
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25.6 Moon of Israel (Die Sklavenkönigin, 1924), still, undated
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osf 102 Moonlight Sonata (1937), sketches by Laurence Irving, undated
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20.7 The Moving Target (Harper) (1966), still, undated
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20.8 Mr. Belvedere Goes To College (1949), still, 1949
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osf 103 Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941), sketches by Allan Abbott and John Gillingwater, undated
Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill (1948)
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20.9 Photograph of page from pictorial script, 1948
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24.7 Photographs of set designs and continuity sketches by Tom Morahan, undated
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20.10 Il Mulino del Po (1949), still, undated
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52 Murder in Pimlico, pictorial script, undated
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35.15 My Brother Jonathan (1948), photographs of set designs by Douglas Daniels, undated
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osf 104 My Brother's Keeper (1948), set design by Norman Arnold, undated
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25.3 The Mysterious Island (1929), stills, undated
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20.11 The Net (Project M7) (1953), still, 1953
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20.12 Never Let Me Go (1953), still, 1953
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osf 105 Night Beat (1948), sketch by Ferdinand Bellan, undated
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20.13 North Sea (1938), stills, undated
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20.14 Northern Patrol (1953), stills, undated
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25.7 Nous, Les Gosses (1941), still, undated
La Nuit Fantastique (1942), still, undated
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20.15-16 O Rugged Land of Gold, [unproduced?] master scene script by Mary Lee Settle [2 copies, one with annotations], undated
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24.10 The October Man (1947), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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20.17 Old Yeller (1957), stills, 1957
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20.18 Oliver! (1968), photograph of cinematographer Oswald Morris, undated
Oliver Twist (1948)
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1948
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20.19, 24.13, 26.1, 27.4 Production photographs and stills, 1948
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45.10 Storyboard and continuity script, undated
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20.20 Olivia (The Pit of Loneliness) (1951), photograph of Simone Simon, 1952
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20.21 One More Time (1970), still, undated
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28.6 The Oracle (1953), photograph of poster, undated
Orphans of the Storm (1921)
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25.2 Stills, undated
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20.22 Program, 1921
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20.23 Out of the Clouds (1954), scene set-up, 1954
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20.24 Padurea Sprinzuratilor (Forest of the Hanged) (1963), program, undated
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24.14 Panique (1946), photographs of designs by Serge Pimenoff, undated
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20.25 The Party (1968), still, undated
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35.8 The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928), article, 1928
The Passionate Friends (1948)
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1948
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26.7 Production photograph, undated
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25.2 Peg O' My Heart (1933), stills, undated
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20.26 The Penny Pool A Musical Merry Burlesque (1937), still, undated
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20.27 Percy (1971), stills, undated
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20.28 The Perfect Crime (1937), stills, undated
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20.29 Personal Affair (1953), still, undated
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20.30 The Pink Panther (1963), still, undated
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25.2 Pinocchio (1940), still, undated
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26.7 The Plainsman (1936), production photograph, undated
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20.31 Le Plaisir (1952), still, 1953
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20.32 Plunder Road (1957), still, undated
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25.7 Pontcarral, colonel d'empire (1942), still, undated
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26.1 The Pony Express (1925), production photograph, undated
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24.14 Les Portes De La Nuit (1946), photographs of designs by Alexandre Trauner, undated
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26.2, 27.4 The Price of a Song (1935), production photographs, undated
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24.5 The Private Life of Don Juan (1934), photograph of set design by Vincent Korda, undated
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20.33 Queen Kelly (1931), still, undated
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25.2 Queen Christina (1934), stills, undated
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20.34 Queen of the Pirates (La Venere dei Pirati) (1960), still, undated
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20.35 Racing Blood (1954), stills, undated
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20.36 Raising a Riot (1955), still, undated
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osf 106 The Rake's Progress (Notorious Gentleman) (1945), sketches and other designs by David Rawnsley, undated
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20.37 The Razor's Edge (1946), photograph of Herbert Marshall, undated
The Red Shoes (1948)
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36.5 Article, 1948
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1947-1948
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48-51 Negatives of storyboard designs by Hein Heckroth [includes other designs by Heckroth and research material], 1946-1947, undated
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20.38 Photographs of storyboard designs by Hein Heckroth, undated
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20.39 Pictorial script, undated
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20.40-1 Storyboards, undated
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20.42 Red Skies of Montana (1952), still, undated
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35.9 Refuge (1928), program with photographs, undated
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27.4 The Reluctant Dragon (1941), production photograph, undated
Rembrandt (1936)
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24.5 Production photograph of set by Vincent Korda, undated
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26.2, 26.8 Technical photographs, undated
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25.4, 26.7 Rhodes (1936), production photographs, undated
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26.7 Rhythm on the Range (1936), production photograph, undated
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25.4 Riders to the Sea (1935), still, undated
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20.43 Riffraff (1936), still, undated
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20.44 Rio Lobo (1970), still, undated
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25.6 Ritt in die Freiheit (Ride to Freedom) (1936), stills, undated
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35.10 The Robber Symphony (1936), program, undated
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20.45 The Robe (1953), stills, undated
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20.46 Rodeo King and the Senorita (1951), stills, undated
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20.47 A Romance in Flanders (1937), still, undated
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26.4 Rome Express (1932), production photograph, undated
Romeo and Juliet
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osf 107 Costume designs for unidentified production, undated
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20.48 Program (1955), undated
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20.49 Rose of Cimarron (1952), stills, undated
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21.1 Rose of Tralee (1937), stills, undated
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21.2 The Rose Tattoo (1955), still, 1955
Rosenkavalier, Der (1925)
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21.3 Program, undated
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21.4 Stills, undated
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24.14 Le Rouge et le Noir (1954), photograph of design by Robert Gys, undated
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21.5 Run Wild, Run Free (1969), still, undated
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osf 108-9 Sabotage (1936), sketches by Oscar Werndorff, undated
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osf 110 Saints and Sinners (1949), design by Wilfrid Shingleton, undated
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21.6 Salammbo (1925), program, undated
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osf 111 Salute the Soldier (1944), sketch by Ferdinand Bellan for unproduced film project, 1944
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27.2 San Demetrio London (1943), production photograph, undated
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21.7 Sands of Iwo Jima (1949), stills, undated
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21.8 Sangaree (1953), still, undated
Saraband for Dead Lovers (Saraband) (1948)
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45.11, osf 112-133 Costume designs by Anthony Mendleson, undated
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24.9 Photographs of set designs by Michael Relph, undated
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21.9 Pictorial script, 1948
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osf 134 Publicity materials, undated
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osf 135 Set design by Michael Relph, undated
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21.10 Scaramouche (1952), still, 1952
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26.7 The Scarlet Empress (1934), production photographs, undated
The Scarlet Pimpernel (1935)
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21.11 Program, undated
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21.12, 26.6 Stills, undated
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21.13 Sea of Lost Ships (1953), still, undated
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27.2 Search for Beauty (1934), production photograph, undated
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28.6 The Second Mrs. Tanqueray (1952), photograph of poster, undated
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21.14 The Secret Place (1956), pictorial script, undated
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24.6 Seven Sinners (The Wrecker, Doomed Cargo) (1936), photographs, undated
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21.15 Shalako (1968), still, undated
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21.16 She (1965), screenplay by John Temple-Smith and Robert Day, with notes, January 1964
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21.17 The Ship that Died of Shame (1955), pictorial script by Bernard Robinson, undated
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27.4 Ships with Wings (1941), production photograph, undated
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21.18 Should a Doctor Tell? (1930), still, undated
Container
24.14 Le silence est d' or (1947), photographs of designs by Léon Barsacq, undated
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35.11 Sing As We Go (1934), program, undated
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21.19 Sing Your Way Home (1946), stills, undated
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21.20 Single-Handed (1953), stills, undated
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21.21 Sin's Pay Day (1932), still, undated
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27.2 Skipper of the Osprey (1933), photographs, undated
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26.8 Sky Pirates (1937), production photograph, undated
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25.3 Slave Ship (1937), stills, undated
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21.22 The Snake Pit (1948), photograph of Olivia de Havilland, 1949
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osf 136 So Long at the Fair (1950), sketch by Cedric Dawe, undated
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21.23 So This Is London (1939), production breakdown, 1938
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21.24 So This Is Paris (1954), stills, undated
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osf 137 So Well Remembered (1947), sketches by L. P. Williams, undated
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21.25 Something Money Can't Buy (1952), still, undated
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25.7 Sortilèges (1945), stills, undated
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25.3, 26.7, 27.2 Souls at Sea (1937), photographs, undated
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21.26 The Sound Barrier (1952), still, 1952
Sparkenbroke [unproduced?], undated
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21.27 Script, undated
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21.28 Work schedule, undated
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23.22 Spring in Park Lane (1948), photographs of set designs by Bill Andrews, undated
Stagecoach (1939)
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21.29, 25.2 Stills, undated
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45.12 Pressbook, undated
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21.30 Stars on Parade (1936), stills, undated
Stolen Life (1939)
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22.1 Production folio, 1939
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22.2 Script with dialogue by M. Kennedy, 1939
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22.3 Stories of the Century, Volume 1 (Quantrill and His Raiders & Belle Starr) (1954), stills, undated
The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan (1953)
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45.13 Designs by Hein Heckroth, undated
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22.4 Photograph of Robert Morley, 1953
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22.5 Program, 1953
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22.6 The Story of Will Rogers (1952), photograph of Will Rogers Jr. and Eddie Cantor, 1952
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22.7 Strange Triangle (1946), stills, undated
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22.8 Stranger from Venus (1954), stills, undated
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22.9 The Street with No Name (1948), stills, undated
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22.10 Sun Valley Serenade (1941), stills, undated
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35.16 Svengali (1931), photograph of set design, undated
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45.14 The Sword and the Rose (Henry VIII), (1953) storyboards by Stephen Grimes, undated
Take My Life (1947)
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30.11 Cost estimates, undated
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22.11 Photograph of Greta Gynt, 1947
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35.12 The Tales of Hoffman (1951), screen set designs by Hein Heckroth, undated
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25.4 Tell England (1931), stills, undated
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24.3 Temptation Harbour (1947), photographs of set designs by Cedric Dawe, undated
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22.12 Tetuan (1957), shooting script with sketches, costs, set breakdown, September 1957
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26.1 The Texas Rangers (1936), production photograph, undated
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24.10 That Hamilton Woman (1941), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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22.13 That Midnight Kiss (1949), still, undated
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osf 138 There Ain't No Justice (1939), set designs by Wilfrid Shingleton, undated
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24.9 They Came to a City (1944), photographs of set designs by Michael Relph, undated
The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
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24.13 Photograph of design by Fred Pusey, undated
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osf 139 Sketch by Fred Pusey, undated
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22.14 Il Ladro di Venezia (Thief of Venice) (1949), stills, undated
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25.4, 26.5 Things to Come (1936), photographs, undated
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22.15 This Is My Affair (1937), still, undated
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22.16 Three Men on a Horse (1936), still, undated
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22.17 Thunder Alley (1967), still, undated
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22.18 Thunder Rock (1942), production photographs and stills, undated
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16.22 Thursday's Child (1943), program (with L'Atalante), undated
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22.19 A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950), still, undated
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22.20 A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958), stills, undated
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22.21 Tomorrow We Live (1936), stills, undated
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24.14 Torrents (1947), photographs of designs by Robert Gys, undated
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22.22 Trent's Last Case (1952), photograph of Margaret Lockwood, 1952
The Tunnel (Transatlantic Tunnel) (1935)
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22.23 Photographs of set, 1935
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24.6 Photographs of set designs by Erno Metzner, undated
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22.24 Turn the Key Softly (1953), still, 1953
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22.25 The Turning Point (1952), still, 1952
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22.26 Under My Skin (1950), still, undated
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35.13 Under the Frozen Falls (1948), pictorial script by David Morrison, undated
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22.27 Under the Red Robe (1937), program, undated
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25.6 Unter Heissem Himmel (1936), stills, undated
Unternehmen Michael (1937), still, undated
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osf 140 Up in the World (1956), sketch by Cedric Dawe, undated
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25.4 The Vagabond Queen (1929), still, undated
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22.28 The Vampire Lovers (1970), still, undated
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22.29 Violent Moment (A Toy for Jiffy) (1958), screenplay by Peter Barnes, August 1958
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22.30 Visages de Femme (1938), program, undated
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25.7 Les Visiteurs du Soir (The Devil's Envoys) (1942), still, undated
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22.31, osf 141 Waltzes from Vienna (1934), set sketches by Oskar Werndorff, 1934
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26.1-3 Warning to Wantons (1948), production photographs, undated
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23.1 Waxworks (1924), stills, undated
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23.2 The Way Ahead (1944), still, undated
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23.3 Way of a Gaucho (1952), still, 1953
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23.4 We Live Again (1934), still, undated
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24.10 We Shall Rise Again (Uncensored) (1942), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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26.7 Wells Fargo (1937), production photographs, undated
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23.5 Went the Day Well (1942), stills, undated
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23.6 West Side Story (1961), program, undated
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23.7 Where No Vultures Fly (1951), still, 1951
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23.8 The White Angel (1936), stills, undated
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23.9 The White Trap (1959), shooting script by Peter Barnes, 13 May 1959
The White Unicorn (1947)
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24.13 Photograph of design by Norman Arnold, 1947
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osf 142 Sketches by Norman Arnold, undated
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23.10 White Witch Doctor (1953), still, 1953
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23.11 The Winslow Boy (1948), publicity photograph, 1948
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23.12 With a Song in My Heart (1952), still, undated
The Woman in the Hall (1947)
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30.11 Cost estimates, 1947
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osf 143 Sketches by Peter Proud, undated
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23.13 A Woman of Distinction (1950), still, 1950
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23.14 Woman on the Run (1950), still, 1950
The Wonderful Lie of Nina Petrovna (Die Wunderbare Lüge der Nina Petrowna) (1929)
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25.6 Still, undated
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23.16, 35.14 Programs, 1929, undated
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23.15 Woodstock (1970), stills, undated
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25.2 Wuthering Heights (1939), photograph of set by James Basevi, undated
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24.10 The Young Mr. Pitt (1942), photograph of set by Alec Vetchinsky, undated
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28.6 You're Only Young Twice! (1952), photograph of poster, undated
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25.7 Yvette (1927), still, undated
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23.17 Zéro de Conduite (1933), program, undated
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25.6 Zu Neuen Ufern (1937), stills, undated
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23.18 Unidentified photographs, undated
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23.19-20, osf 144-146, 167 Unidentified sketches, undated
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27.5 Untitled pictorial script by Lars Moen, 1926
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osf 147 Unidentified design by Norman Arnold, undated
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osf 148 Continuity sketches for unidentified Ealing Studios film by Elliott Scott, undated
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osf 149 Design for unidentified Ealing Studios film by Wilfrid Shingleton, undated
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osf 150 Unidentified design by Denis Wreford, undated
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osf 151 Cost estimates for various films, 1949-1965
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46.1 Storyboards by Ivor Beddoes for unidentified film, undated
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46.2-3 Designs by John Mead for unidentified film, circa 1934
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46.4 Sketch by Georges Wakenvitch, undated
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50-51 Negatives of sketches by H. R. Oxley for unidentified film, 1947
Subseries C. Film Topics, 1900-1955
Designers
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23.21 Andrejew, Andre, undated
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23.22 Andrews, Bill, undated
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23.23-24.1 Bellan, Ferdinand, 1935, undated
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24.2 Carter, Maurice, 1947-1948
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35.15 Daniels, Douglas, undated
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24.3 Dawe, Cedric, undated
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24.4 Junge, Alfred, 1945
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24.5 Korda, Vincent, 1931, undated
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24.6 Metzner, Erno, undated
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24.7 Morahan, Tom, 1948
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24.8 Murton, Walter, undated
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24.9 Relph, Michael, 1943-1947
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24.10 Vetchinsky, Alexander, undated
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24.11 Werndorff, Oskar, undated
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24.12 Wreford, Dennis, undated
American designers
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35.16 Day, Richard, undated
Grot, Anton, undated
Menzies, William Cameron, undated
English designers
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24.13 Arnold, Norman, undated
Bryan, John, undated
Pusey, Fred, undated
Vetchinsky, Alexander, undated
White, Ian, 1938
French designers
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24.14 Barsaque, Leon, undated
Gys, Robert, undated
Meerson, Lazare, undated
Pimenoff, Serge, undated
Trauner, Alex, undated
German designers
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25.1 Herlth, Robert, 1937
Hunte, Otto, undated
Rohrig, Walter, 1925
Films by nationality
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25.2-3 American, 1938, undated
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25.4 English, 1926-1936, undated
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25.5 French, undated
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25.6 German, 1930, undated
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25.7 German -- U.F.A., 1925, undated
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25.8 Italian, 1914, undated
Film techniques
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26.1 General, undated
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26.2-3 Backings / background / back projection / independent frame, undated
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26.4-6 Construction / scaffolding / painting plaster, undated
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26.7 Location work / cranes / tracks / lighting / reflectors, undated
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26.8 Model shots / Schufftan shots / glass shots, undated [nitrate film strips removed to cold storage]
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27.1 Properties / costumes / weapons, undated
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27.2, 35.17 Shipbuilding / rocking / tubing, undated
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27.3 Studios, undated
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27.4 Studio shooting, undated
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27.5 Visual continuity, 1926
Printed material
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36.1 American studios, 1932-1940, undated
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27.6-8, 36.2 Art direction, 1927-1948, undated
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36.3 Censorship, 1938-1946, undated
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36.4 Color, 1930-1935, undated
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46.6 Film Start tabloid, August 1936
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36.5 Films, 1927-1948, undated
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28.1-5 Industry, 1910-1966
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36.6 Movie tricks, 1938-1939, undated
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36.7 Personalities, 1931-1942, undated
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36.8 Photo / camera, 1939-1947, undated
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28.6 Posters, 1948
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36.9 Programs, 1900-1922, undated
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28.7 Sound, 1954-1955
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36.10 Techniques / tricks, 1926-1945, undated
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36.11 Theatre, 1935-1938
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36.12 Various, 1937-1938, undated
Subseries D. Studio Files, 1930-1967
British Studios
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30.4-5, 35.18 General, 1935, undated
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30.6 Costs, 1937
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35.19 Denham, 1936, undated
A.T.P. Studios (became Ealing)
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osf 152 Production Centre poster, undated
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46.5 Schedule book, 1935-1937
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35.20 Ealing, 1931, 1967
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30.7, osf 155 Elstree, 1930
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30.8 Gaumont, 1933
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30.9 MISR, 1937
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30.10 Pinewood, 1936
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30.11 Costs, 1948
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30.12 Pinewood—Rank Organizational Chart, 1953
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30.13 Shepperton, undated
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30.14 Shepperton / Sound City, 1936-1937
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30.15 Teddington, 1936
Warner Bros. / 1st National, 1936
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30.16 Worton Hall, undated
Subseries E. Crown Film Unit, 1931-1947
Printed material
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30.17-18 M.O.I./ G.P.O. Studios catalogs, programs, brochures, 1931-1938
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30.19 Documentary Films Yesterday and Today, essay report, undated
G.P.O. Studios, undated
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30.20 History / mission, undated
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30.21 Transfer from Blackheath to Denham, report by Carrick 8 January 1941
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30.22 M.O.I. history / mission, undated
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30.23 Pinewood, press visit, 29 May 1942
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30.24 Non-Theatrical Film Distribution 1943-1944, report
M.O.I. film stills
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30.25 Bomber Command (Coastal Command) (1942)
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30.26 Close Quarters (1943)
The Cumberland Story (1947)
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31.1 Photographs of costume designs, undated
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31.2 Stills, undated
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31.3 Fires Were Started (1943)
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31.4 Listen To Britain (1942)
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31.5 Men Of The Lightship (1940)
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31.6 Merchant Seamen (1941)
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31.7 North Sea (1938)
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31.8-9 Spring Offensive, (1940)
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31.10 The True Story of Lili Marlene (1944)
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31.11-32.4 Various films, undated
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32.5-8 Meet The Common People, stills used, undated

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Series II. Writings, 1922-1957

Subseries A. By Carrick, 1937-1950
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28.8 The Artist and the Cinema, article, undated
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28.9 Artists, Technicians, British Films, article, 1939
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28.10 Cameramen, Film, Photographers, article, 1939
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28.11 Designer's Contribution to Film, article, undated
Designing for Moving Pictures (1941) / Designing for Films (1949)
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28.12 Appendices, 1937-1938
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28.13 Draft and campaign work, undated
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28.14 Extracts, undated
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28.15 Treatment, 1948
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28.16 Independent Frame, article, undated
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28.17 Influence of the Graphic Artist in Film (1950), article
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28.18 Low Finance of British Films, article, 1938
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28.19 Photographic Backgrounds (1939), article
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28.20 Untitled draft, undated
Subseries B. By Others, 1922-1951
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28.21 Cavalcanti, Alberto. Lecture Notes, undated
Craig, Edward Gordon
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28.22 Bells (1931)
Cinema and Drama (1922)
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28.23 Kendrick, John. L.S.D. of the Talkies (1932)
Moen, Lars
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28.24 No One Can Write a Photoplay (1927)
Scripts Must be Made Unreadable (1927)
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28.25 Story of Visual Continuity (1926)
Pearson, George
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29.1 An American Market for British Film
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29.2 Art of the Screen (1923)
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29.3 Film as a Visual Art (1945)
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29.4 Memories (1951)
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46.7 White, Eric Walter. "The Silhouette Films of Lotte Reininger," undated
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29.5 Williams, L.P. Address to Architectural Association, undated
Subseries C. Bibliographies and Catalogs, 1939-1957
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29.6 Film book bibliographies, 1944
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29.7 Film book catalogs, 1952-1957
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29.8 Film book lists and catalogs, 1939-1956

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Series III. Professional Papers, 1924-1967

Subseries A. Correspondence, 1924-1953
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29.9 Cambridge Film Society, 1950
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29.10 Dalrymple, Ian, 1941
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29.11 Dickinson, Thorold, 1929 (to Helen Craig)
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29.12 Hawkesworth, John / Korda, V., 1947
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29.13 Joysmith, E., 1941
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24.6 Metzner, Erno, 1953
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29.14 Nelson, Harold, 1941
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29.15 Pearson, George, 1924-1953
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24.10 Vetchinsky, Alex, 1948
Subseries B. Film Organizations, 1936-1963
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33.1-2 Association of Cinematograph and Allied Technicians, 1936-1962
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33.3 Associated Realist Film Producers, 1938-1941
British Film Institute
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33.4 Foundations of Film Criticism, 1943
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33.5 Reports, membership, 1938-1951
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33.6 Forms, various, undated
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33.7-8 Society programs, 1936-1963
Subseries C. Other Works, 1953
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46.8 Costume design for Kay Kendall advertisement, 1953
Subseries D. Teaching Files, 1936-1967
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29.16 Apprenticeship schemes / notes, undated
Associated Artist Technicians (A.A.T.) Film School
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29.16 Prospectus, undated
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29.17 Correspondence, 1936
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29.18 Photograph, undated
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29.19 Film history / dateline / notebook, undated
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29.20 Film schools, articles, 1936-1967
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30.1-2 Lecture notes, undated
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30.3 Script notes, undated
Subseries E. Victoria and Albert Museum Exhibition of British Film Art, 1948
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36.13 Clippings, 1948
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osf 153 Poster and exhibit text panel, undated

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34-52 Oversize boxes

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