University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Ernest Lehman:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Lehman, Ernest, 1915-2005
Title: Ernest Lehman Collection
Dates: 1888-1994 (bulk 1931-1994)
Abstract: The papers of American screenwriter, producer, director, novelist, and journalist Ernest Lehman document the span of Lehman’s forty-plus year career in New York and Hollywood. The collection contains drafts of screenplays and other written works, film production, publicity, and research materials, correspondence, collected materials, and other professional and personal papers.
Call Number: Film Collection FI-017
Extent: 186 document boxes, 28 oversize boxes (78.12 linear feet), 31 oversize folders (osf), 13 galley files (gf)
Language: English, with some printed material in French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Swedish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Screenwriter, producer, director, novelist, and journalist Ernest Lehman was born in New York City on December 8, 1915 and raised in Woodmere, New York. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in English from the City College of New York, Lehman began his career as a freelance magazine writer, publishing his first work (a profile of entertainer Ted Lewis co-written with his friend David Brown) in Collier’s in 1939. After the United States entered the Second World War, Lehman received training at the New England Radio Institute and worked as a radio operator for the aviation industry. He also continued his career as a magazine writer, contributing short stories and articles to national magazines including Collier’s, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Liberty, and Redbook throughout the 1940s and early 1950s. In the late 1930s and 1940s, Lehman worked as a copywriter for Broadway press agent Irving Hoffman. His experiences feeding gossip about theatrical personalities and productions to Walter Winchell and other columnists during this time period inspired his short story "Tell Me About It Tomorrow," filmed in 1957 as The Sweet Smell of Success.

In 1952, Paramount Pictures offered Lehman a contract to write screenplays, and he moved to Hollywood to begin a new career. On loan to MGM, his first film was Executive Suite (1954), followed by Sabrina, released the same year, which garnered Lehman his first Academy Award nomination for Best Screenplay and his first Writers Guild of America, West award. Lehman’s next assignment was the screenplay adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical The King and I, which was released in 1956 and again won the Writers Guild award. This was followed later the same year by Somebody Up There Likes Me, based on the autobiography of prizefighter Rocky Graziano. Lehman next worked for independent producers Hecht-Hill-Lancaster on the film adaptation of The Sweet Smell of Success, but he became ill before production started, and playwright Clifford Odets completed the final draft of the screenplay. Another of Lehman’s short stories, "The Comedian," was adapted for CBS Television’s Playhouse 90 by Rod Serling in 1957. Following the critical success of these adaptations, two collections of Lehman’s short stories, The Sweet Smell of Success and Other Stories and The Comedian and Other Stories, were published in paperback editions that year.

Lehman met director Alfred Hitchcock in 1956, and began working with him the following year on a screenplay adaptation of the novel The Wreck of the Mary Deare. Hitchcock and Lehman gave up on the project after three weeks and began to create an original screenplay for a spy thriller, initially titled "The Man on Lincoln’s Nose". It reached the screen as North by Northwest in 1959 and gave Lehman his second Academy Award nomination for Best Screenplay. In 1960, Lehman adapted Frank O’Hara’s novel From the Terrace, and the following year, his second musical adaptation, West Side Story, was released. Once again, Lehman was nominated for Best Screenplay at the Academy Awards and won the Writers Guild award. The film itself won ten Academy Awards and was the top-grossing film of 1961. Lehman’s next project was writing the screenplay adaptation for The Prize (1963), a spy thriller based on Irving Wallace’s novel.

The biggest commercial success of Lehman’s career was 1965’s The Sound of Music, an adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical of the same name, which set a record for the highest-grossing film when it was released, and won five Academy Awards, as well as another Writers Guild award. Lehman followed this epitome of the feel-good crowd-pleasing film with something completely different: an adaptation of Edward Albee’s play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966). The profanity and adult themes of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? challenged the Production Code that had censored the language and content of Hollywood films since 1934, marking a first step on the road to the Code’s eventual abandonment and replacement with the MPAA rating system. The controversy surrounding the film proved irresistible to audiences, who made it the third highest-grossing film of the year. This was Lehman’s first try at producing a film and he was rewarded with Academy Award nominations for Best Producer and Best Screenplay. The film won five Academy Awards and Lehman won his fifth Writers Guild Award.

Lehman again acted as producer and screenwriter on his next film, Hello, Dolly! (1969), another Broadway musical adaptation, which won two Academy Awards and was the fifth highest-grossing film of the year. His next project was writing, producing, and directing an adaptation of Philip Roth’s bestselling novel, Portnoy’s Complaint (1972). The film was neither a critical nor a commercial success, and was Lehman’s last turn as producer and only turn as director. Also in 1972, the Writer’s Guild of America, West honored Lehman with their highest honor, the Laurel Award. In 1973, Lehman began working with Alfred Hitchcock again on the screenplay for Family Plot (1976), a comedy/thriller based on the novel The Rainbird Pattern by Victor Canning. Lehman’s final film, Black Sunday, an adaptation of the novel by Thomas Harris, was released in 1977. Lehman’s first novel, The French Atlantic Affair, was released the same year; it became a paperback bestseller. In 1978, Lehman started publishing a monthly column in American Film magazine, "Lehman at Large," which ran until 1981. A selection of these columns was published in book form in 1982 as Screening Sickness and Other Tales of Tinsel Town. Lehman’s second novel, Farewell Performance, was also published in 1982. From 1983 to 1985, Lehman served as president of The Writer’s Guild of America, West. He was one of the head writers for the 59th, 60th, and 62nd Academy Awards telecasts in 1987, 1988, and 1990.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Lehman worked on several unproduced screenplays, including a musical adaptation of the novel Zorba the Greek, and began work on an autobiography. His first wife, Jackie, passed away in 1994. In 2001, Lehman received an Honorary Academy Award for his lifetime achievements; he was the first screenwriter ever to receive that honor. Ernest Lehman died on July 2, 2005. He was survived by his second wife, Laurie, and his sons, Roger, Alan, and Jonathan.


Scope and Contents

The Ernest Lehman Collection consists of screenplays and other written works, film production files, and professional and personal papers belonging to screenwriter, producer, director, novelist, and journalist Ernest Lehman (1915-2005). The collection documents the span of Lehman’s forty-plus year career in New York and Hollywood and includes business and personal correspondence, early short story and article writings, outlines and successive drafts of all of Lehman’s screenplays, handwritten drafts of short stories, novels, articles, and films, galley proofs and page proofs of books, film budgets, contracts, and other production documents, storyboards and set designs, press kits and other publicity materials, production and location photographs, film stills, magazine and newspaper articles by and about Lehman, speeches by Lehman, hardcover and paperback books by Lehman, press clippings about Lehman, his films, and his books, scrapbooks, and awards. Each item in the collection is annotated by Lehman in his own hand, some with extensive notes describing the context of the item and circumstances of its production. The collection is divided into five series: I. Films, 1945-1987; II. Writings, 1935-1994; III. Correspondence, 1888-1994; IV. Professional and Personal Files, 1930s-1993; V. Collected Materials and Works by Others, 1931-1994.

Series I. Films contains materials associated with specific films worked on by Lehman, arranged alphabetically by film title and grouped within the following subcategories for each film: screenplays, production materials, publicity materials, and research materials. Screenplay materials include handwritten and typed drafts of screenplays, shooting scripts, treatments, outlines, and screenplay notes. Among the production materials found in the collection are storyboards, scene paintings, set blueprints and designs, production photographs, casting materials including resumes and headshots, contracts, budgets and production cost statements, shooting schedules and call sheets, sheet music, and correspondence. Publicity materials include clippings, correspondence, publicity photographs and film stills, posters, advertising artwork, programs, invitations to premieres, and material related to awards. Source materials for screenplays such as published books and play scripts, and materials from location scouting and research trips including location photographs, printed material, and notes are filed in the research materials subcategory. Although the volume of materials present in the collection varies for each film, five films in particular are extensively documented: The Prize, The Sound of Music, and the three films Lehman produced, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Hello, Dolly!, and Portnoy’s Complaint. One of the most unique items in the collection is Lehman’s production journal from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, which provides a detailed day-by-day account of Lehman’s experiences working with the film’s stars, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, and its director, Mike Nichols. The journal was previously restricted from access but is now open to researchers.

Among the materials in Series II. Writings are handwritten and typewritten drafts and published editions of Lehman’s novels and short story collections, along with a collection of magazines containing Lehman’s short fiction and articles, arranged alphabetically by title. This series contains the original short story "Tell Me About It Tomorrow," published in Cosmopolitan magazine and later adapted for the screen by Lehman and Clifford Odets as The Sweet Smell of Success.

Series III. contains correspondence from Lehman’s files; the original order of the files has been maintained. Notable correspondents include Lehman’s friend, film producer David Brown and his wife, former Cosmopolitan magazine editor, Helen Gurley Brown, studio executives Jack L. Warner and Darryl F. Zanuck, film producer Richard D. Zanuck, director Robert Wise, Broadway publicist Irving Hoffman, composer Richard Rodgers, and writer Irving Wallace, among many other screenwriters, producers, directors, actors, designers, and authors.

Series IV. Professional and Personal Files includes materials related to awards and career retrospectives, clippings of articles about and interviews with Lehman, contracts, photographs, and material related to Lehman’s membership in and term as president of the Writer’s Guild of America, West. The final series, Series V. Collected Materials and Works by Others, contains screenplays and treatments for films that Lehman did not work on, proofs of novels that Lehman considered adapting, MGM Studios reader’s reports on books, novels, and plays that were possible vehicles for adaptation, and copies of two dissertations about Lehman with his annotations. This series also contains production materials from the film My Fair Lady, including hair and wardrobe test photographs of Audrey Hepburn, which Lehman obtained while he was working on Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Warner Brothers.

The original order of Lehman’s files is maintained wherever possible. When files related to a specific film contain materials related to a different film or related to Lehman’s writing or other professional activities, it is noted in the finding aid. Although there is a series for correspondence, correspondence is also found throughout the collection and each folder that contains correspondence is noted in the finding aid. Lehman maintained several accordion files that contained correspondence filed alphabetically by correspondent; the alphabetization is not always correct and researchers may need to browse individual folders to find specific pieces of correspondence noted in the index. Selected correspondence from throughout the collection is listed in this guide’s Index of Correspondents. In general, fan mail is not indexed.

Some materials were removed from binders, boxes, envelopes, and folders that have Lehman’s annotations or explanatory notes because of preservation concerns or for ease of storage. These empty housings were retained and are listed at the end of the finding aid.

This finding aid includes all materials described in an earlier finding aid that cataloged an addition to Lehman’s collection received in 1997. It incorporates some of the item descriptions and correspondence index created in the early 1990s for a database catalog of the Ernest Lehman Collection, previously available as a printed hand-list. For the sake of brevity, some item descriptions were shortened and some indexed correspondents were omitted from this latest finding aid. Folders are annotated with catalog numbers when they correspond to an item cataloged in the database.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Brown, David, 1916-2010.
Lehman, Ernest, 1915-2005.
Warner, Jack L., 1892-1978.
Wise, Robert, 1914-2005.
Zanuck, Richard D.
Organizations
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Writers’ Guild of America, West.
Subjects
Academy Awards (motion pictures).
Authors, American--20th century.
Journalists--United States.
Literature--20th century.
Motion picture authorship.
Motion picture plays.
Motion picture producers and directors--United States.
Motion pictures, American.
Novelists, American--20th century.
Screenwriters.
Short stories, American--Periodicals.
Places
Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
New York (N.Y.)
Document Types
Blueprints.
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Film stills.
Legal documents.
Manuscripts.
Novels.
Photographs.
Posters.
Programs.
Publications.
Scrapbooks.
Screenplays.
Scripts.
Serials (publications).
Sheet music.
Short stories.
Sketches.
Storyboards.

Separated Material

Audiotape recordings of Lehman’s story conferences with Alfred Hitchcock for the film Family Plot were transferred to the Ransom Center’s Audio Collection. Typed transcripts of these recordings remain in the Ernest Lehman Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gifts, 1960s-1997 (G 10980)

Processed by:

Ancelyn Krivak, 2014-2015


Sources

In addition to material found within the Ernest Lehman Collection, the following source was used:

Fox, Margalit. "Ernest Lehman, 89, Who Wrote 'North by Northwest,' Dies."New York Times, July 6, 2005.


Container List

Series I. Films, 1945-1987

Black Sunday (1977)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on novel by Thomas Harris
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1.1-2 Original handwritten pages of first draft, 1975
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1.3-4 First draft, bound in Paramount cover (two copies), 30 June 1975
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2.1 First working draft of the script with pencil revisions, 30 June 1975
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2.2 Revisions for second draft, 30 June 1975 marked out
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2.3, 3.1 Second draft, bound in Paramount cover (two copies), 11 July 1975
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3.2-3 Working second draft with extensive revisions, 1975
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3.4 Third draft, 30 June 1975 marked out
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3.5 Third draft, bound in Paramount cover, 20 July 1975
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3.6 Revised third draft, bound in Paramount cover, 17 August 1975
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4.1 Original fourth draft of screenplay, 20 July 1975 marked out
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4.2 Fourth draft, 20 July 1975 marked out
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4.3 Final draft, 22 March 1976
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4.4 Continuity, dialogue of film co-written by Lehman as it appeared on screen, 30 June 1975 marked out
Production materials
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4.5 Contract, letter and memo, 1975
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4.6 Notes about Lehman's script from story conferences (includes negative of contact sheet of storyboard images), undated
Publicity materials
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4.7 Trade paper announcements of Lehman being contracted to write the script, 1975
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4.8 Reviews in Daily Variety, Hollywood Reporter, and Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 1977
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5.1 Research materials. Black Sunday by Thomas Harris, hardbound novel with Lehman’s annotations, 1975
Blind Man (unproduced, 1960-1961)
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5.2 Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, incomplete first draft (titled The 8th Wonder of the World), undated
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5.3 Story outline cards, 1961
Legal correspondence
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156.7 Letter of agreement with Sam Taylor, 3 May 1961
Letters of agreement with Herman Citron, 1 June 1972
Notes
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5.4 Re story development, October 1960
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5.5 Research trip to New York, November 1960
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5.6 Research and story notes, November 1960-January 1961
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5.7 Notes and outline, 1 November 1960-24 January 1961
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5.8 Re story conference with Alfred Hitchcock, includes cover letter from agent Edd Henry with contract terms, 21 December 1960
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5.9 Story development notes with cover letter from Peggy Robertson, 28 November 1961
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6.1 Copy of story development notes with cover letter from Peggy Robertson, 28 November 1961
Brenda Starr, Reporter (unproduced, 1979-1980)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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6.2 Draft titled The Adventures of Brenda Starr, 1980
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6.3 First or second draft, undated
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6.4 Second draft titled The Adventures of Brenda Starr, March 1980
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6.5 Second or third draft, undated
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6.6 Third, unfinished draft, 4 August 1980
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7.1 Final, unfinished draft, 5 October 1980
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7.2-4 Treatment, early notes, outlines, manuscript of part of the third draft, and first draft screenplay, 1979-1980
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7.5 Correspondence and contract, 1979-1980
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7.6 Synopsis of all of the Brenda Starr strips on which the screenplay was based, 1980
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8.1 Come Love with Me (unproduced, 1947), original film story written by Ernest Lehman and Don Ettlinger, 1947
Dancing in the Dark (unproduced, undated)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman and Melville Shavelson
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8.2-3 Original screenplay, informally bound script with minor handwritten corrections (two copies), undated
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8.4 Revised screenplay, informally bound, with additional pages with handwritten corrections, undated
Executive Suite (1954)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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8.5 First draft of screenplay written in narrative form with revisions, 11 May 1953
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8.6 Part of the first draft, extensively revised, 16 May 1953
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8.7,9.1 Original pages of the first draft with revisions, 21 May 1953
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9.2-3 Final draft, 29 May 1953
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9.4-5 Original pages and revisions to the final version, 3 June 1953
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9.6 Final script, 3 June 1953
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9.7 Final shooting script, 3 June 1953
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10.1 Revision to part of a final speech, 17 August 1953
Treatments
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10.2-3 First authorized treatment, 27 February 1953
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10.4 Draft of final treatment, 25 March 1953
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10.5 Final treatment, 25 March 1953
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10.6 Final treatment with extensive revisions, 25 March 1953
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10.7 Partial draft of final treatment, 2 May 1953
Outlines and notes
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10.9 Notes on characterization, 29 January 1953
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10.8 First outline for treatment, 30 January 1953
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11.1 Revised outline, 30 January 1953
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11.2 Incomplete step outlines, 13 February 1953
Production materials
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11.3 Dialogue cutting continuity from MGM, 16 March 1954
Photographs
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11.4-5 Production photographs, 1954
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11.6-7 Stills (removed from binder), undated
Publicity materials
Clippings
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11.8 Advance publicity, 1953-1954
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11.9 Christian Science Monitor, 10 November 1953
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11.10 Post release news and reviews, 1953-1954
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11.11, 12.1 Reviews, 1954
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12.2 Review in Cue, 15 May 1954
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12.3 Review in Hollywood Reporter, 23 February 1954
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203.1 Review in Life with photos, 1954
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203.2 Review in Look, 18 May 1954
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12.4 Review in Newsweek (cover story), 3 May 1954
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12.5 Newsweek magazine with printed apology to Lehman for omitting his name in Executive Suite cover story, 17 May 1954
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12.6 Review in Punch, 30 June 1954
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12.7 Review in Saturday Review, 1 May 1954
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12.8 Review in St. Joseph magazine, April 1954
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12.9 Review in Time, 1954
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12.10 Trade paper listings, 1953-1954
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12.11 Variety article naming Executive Suite as runner up of the San Francisco/Oakland Critics Circle Award, 1954
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154.23, 154.25 Correspondence re omission of Lehman’s name from article on Executive Suite, 1954
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12.12 Invitation to premiere screening, undated
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osf 1 Posters, 1954
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12.13 Program, undated
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12.14 Research materials. Studio synopsis and summary of the novel on which Lehman based the screenplay, 7 November 1952
Family Plot (1976)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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12.15-16 Original handwritten draft, undated
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12.17 First draft, large number of handwritten revisions, 1974
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13.1-3 Pages of dialogue, 1974
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13.4 Fragment of first draft, 1974
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13.5 Fragment of first draft, titled Deception, April 1974
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13.6 First draft with some revisions, titled Deception, 15 April 1974
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199 First draft with notes from Hitchcock attached to each page, script dated 15 April 1974, Hitchcock's notes dated 22 April 1974
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13.7 Second draft, 16 September 1974
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14.1 Untitled draft, final pages missing, 11 December 1974
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14.2-3 Replacement pages for several versions, 26 February 1975
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14.4 Final shooting script, 14 August 1975
Treatments and synopses
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14.5 Synopsis of sequences in first draft screenplay by Universal story department, 22 April 1974
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14.6-7 Five legal pads with handwritten treatment in working form, undated
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15.1 Typed treatment written after the revision to the first draft screenplay, dated 6 May 1974 through 14 August 1974
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15.2 Photocopy of treatment written after first draft screenplay (1974) with note from Lehman, 1994
Notes and story conference transcripts
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15.3 Notes on legal pad about script development, 1974
Transcripts of audio tapes (story conferences between Hitchcock and Lehman), 1973-1974
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182 Pages 1-499 in binder
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183 Pages 500-963 in binder
Photocopies of transcript pages
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15.4 Pages 1-102
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15.5 Pages 102-206
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15.6 Pages 207-309
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15.7 Pages 309-408
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16.1 Pages 408-516
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16.2 Pages 517-611
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16.3 Pages 611-702
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16.4 Pages 702-810
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16.5 Pages 810-883
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16.6 Pages 889-963
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16.7 Pages 1-91 (includes pages from Screening Sickness, photocopies of reviews, and synopsis of source material The Rainbird Pattern)
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17.1 Pages 92-224
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17.2 Pages 225-378
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17.3 Pages 379-559
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17.4 Pages 560-710
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17.5 Pages 711-864
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18.1 Pages 865-911
Production materials
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18.2 Correspondence, notes, and revisions passed back and forth between Lehman and Hitchcock during filming, with sketches by Alfred Hitchcock for unfilmed scene, 1974
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18.3 Memos between Lehman and Hitchcock about the screenplay, 1974, undated
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18.4 Various production and research materials including replacement pages for script, review of Hitchcock biography, and research questions sent to San Francisco Police Department, 1975, undated
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18.5 Notes and commentary by Lehman after viewing film twice, 8 December 1975
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18.6 Photographs of wrap party and Cannes Film Festival, undated
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osf 21 Sketch by Alfred Hitchcock, plan view of the kidnapping scene, undated
Publicity materials
Clippings
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18.7 Ad and article for the French version at the Cannes Film Festival, 28 May 1976
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18.8 Review, 1976
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18.9 Trade paper ad, 28 May 1976
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18.10 Letter from Louis Blaine with attached list of people Lehman was to meet at the Cannes Film Festival, 24 May 1976
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18.11 Program, Writers Guild Awards, 1977
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18.12 Research materials. The Rainbird Pattern by Victor Canning (novel), 1973
Farewell Performance (unproduced, 1983-1985)
Screenplays
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19.1 First draft by Andrew Smith, undated
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19.2 Lehman's revisions to "Stiff" by Andrew Smith, 1985
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19.3 Second draft of "Stiff" with Lehman's revisions, February 1985
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19.4 Revised draft by Andrew Smith and Ernest Lehman, 20 June 1985
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19.5 Treatment by Lehman, 1983
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19.6 Treatment with handwritten corrections, clippings, and correspondence, most re the publication of the novel, or reviews of Family Plot, 1977-1983
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19.7 Contracts and correspondence for film version with Embassy Productions, 1983
From the Terrace (1960)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on novel by John O’Hara
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20.1 First draft, 18 September 1959
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20.2 Revised first draft, 22 October 1959
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20.3 Revised first draft, 22 October 1959, revisions 16 November 1959
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20.4 Final shooting, 23 November 1959, revisions 11 January 1960
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20.5 Treatment, 3 April 1959
Production materials
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20.6 Memo with notes about the Lehman treatment, Christmas card, and letter from Steve Allen, 1959, 1962
Photographs
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20.7 Contact sheets, production photographs, and stills, 1959
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21.1 Photographs of Lehman on the set of with Paul Newman and Ina Balin, undated
Publicity materials
Clippings
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21.2 Advertisement for movie in Hollywood Reporter, 1959
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21.3 Clipping, note, humorous piece about the breakup of MCA Artists, Ltd., 1959, 1962
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21.4 Reviews, 1960
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21.5 Research materials. Synopsis of novel by John O'Hara, undated
Hello, Dolly! (1969, produced by Lehman)
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21.6 Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, final shooting script with a few revisions, 29 May 1968
Production materials
Budget
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21.7 Final budget and correspondence, 1968
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21.8-9 Production budget and cost sheets (removed from alphabetized file folder), includes drafts of article on Streisand and correspondence, 1968
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22.1 Top sheet budgets in binder, 1967-1968
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22.2 Continuity and dialogue taken from the moviola, 22 July 1969
Contracts
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22.3 Hiring of Michael Crawford as Cornelius, 1967-1969
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22.4 Lehman’s contract, revisions, 1967
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22.5 Rights (Paramount Pictures, Thornton Wilder, Michael Stewart, Jerry Herman, Bob Merrill and David Merrick), 1966
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22.6 Rights (Thornton Wilder, Paramount Pictures, Stewart-Robinson, Inc., Jerry Herman, Bob Merrill, Champion Five, Inc., and 20th Century Fox), 1965
Correspondence
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22.7, 23.1-2 Business (removed from accordion file), 1968
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23.3-4 Casting, 1967-1968
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23.5 Casting major and minor parts (removed from accordion file), 1968
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24.1 Congratulatory telegram from Streisand's manager on opening, 1969
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24.2 Filming London stage company choreography, 1966
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24.3 Foreign translations, 1969
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24.4-6 Music and other production matters (removed from accordion file), 1968-1969
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25.1-2 Sets and locations, 1967-1968
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25.3 Streisand’s contract, revisions and final negotiations, 1967
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25.4 Streisand, her contract, and production staff, 1968
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25.5 Streisand’s ideas for her hairdos, 1967
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25.6 Telegram from Dick Zanuck and David Brown, initial reaction to script, 6 March 1967
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25.7 Copy of letter from Zanuck to Lehman re script and casting, 20 March 1967
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25.8-9, 26.1-2 Photocopies of correspondence, 1966-1971
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26.3 Notes on telephone conversation between Lehman and Streisand's agent, Dick Sheppard, 1967
Photographs
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26.4-5, 27.1 Production photographs, 1968
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27.2 Lehman with Gene Kelly and unidentified men, undated
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27.3 Party after the final shoot, 1968
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27.4 Shooting schedule, final, April 12-August 16, 1968
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27.5-6, 28.1-2 Various production materials, including correspondence, budgets, schedules, and list of possible cinematographers, art directors, composers, film editors, assistant directors, and set decorators (removed from accordion file), 1968
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28.3-4 Various production materials, including dubbing reports, correspondence re John de Cuir and Irene Sharaff, sets, locations, wardrobe, travel, housing, insurance, rehearsals, music, 1968
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29.1-2, 203.3 Various production and publicity materials, including manuscript of revised opening, some script revisions, interview between Barbra Streisand and Jack Hirshberg, letters concerning the use of certain locations, clippings about the production, shooting schedules and call sheets, also includes correspondence re The Short Night, 1968-1978
Publicity materials
Clippings
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29.3 Articles and reviews, 1968-1969
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29.4 Article re filming in International Photographer, 1969
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203.4 Article re problems releasing movie before the stage play close in Life, 1969
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29.5 Article re Streisand receiving the most money for a single picture in Variety, 9 May 1957
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29.6 Congratulatory ad from 20th Century Fox for winning the London Film Critics Award, undated
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29.7 Liz Smith's review with letter to Lehman, 1970
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29.8 Pre-production re casting in The Hollywood Reporter, 1967
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29.9-11 Press coverage, 1966-1969
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30.1 Re Royal Premiere, 1969
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30.2 Re Royal Premiere in London in Hollywood Reporter, 1969
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30.3 Re Streisand winning role, 1967
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30.4 Review after Royal Premiere, 1969
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30.5 Reviews of the British premiere, 1969
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30.6 Review, undated
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30.7 Invitation and menu from charity supper after royal premiere, 1969
Photographs
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30.8 The Lehmans, Michael Crawford, Stu Lyons, and Prince Philip at the Royal Premiere, 1969
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30.9 The Lehmans at Los Angeles premiere, undated
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30.10, 203.5-6 Publicity stills, includes copy of article about Lehman in the New York Times, 24 November 1968, undated
Press releases and publicity
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30.11 Arrival of Lehman for the royal premiere, also an itinerary and clipping, 1969
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30.12 Lehman attending the royal premiere, 1969
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30.13 Manual of articles prepared by the studio, 1968
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30.14 Production information guide re personnel and settings, 1968
Programs
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30.15 Film release, with biographies, photos, 1969
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30.16-17 Royal premiere program book, 1969
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30.18 Program, clippings, and correspondence, 1966-1969
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30.19 Songbook, undated
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31.1 Research materials. Rehearsal script from Detroit opening of the stage musical before it went to New York City, undated
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31.2 How You Say Goodbye? (unproduced, circa 1956-1957), rough step outline, circa 1956-1957
I Am Zorba! (unproduced, 1986-1987)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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31.3 Earliest draft with pages from Kazantzakis novel, undated
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31.4 Writer’s working draft, 19 June 1986
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31.5 Enlarged copy of writer’s working draft, 19 June 1986
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31.6 First typed version of first draft, 30 June 1986
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31.7 First draft, 3 July 1986
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32.1 Second draft, 30 July 1986
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32.2 Second draft with revisions, 14 August 1986
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32.3 Second draft, clean file copy, 14 August 1986
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32.4 Third draft, 30 October 1986
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32.5 Third draft "with a few final corrections," 30 October 1986
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33.1 Final draft with explanatory note on title page, January 1987
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33.2 Final draft with handwritten revisions, 26 January 1987
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33.3 Final draft, informally bound, with explanatory note on title page, 26 January 1987
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33.4 Final draft, 26 January 1987
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33.5 Publicity materials. Notices of upcoming production in Daily Variety, 23 May 1986 and 3 July 1986
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33.6 Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis, 1952, paperback edition with Lehman’s annotations, 1986
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33.7 Zorbá, published script of theatrical adaptation, book by Joseph Stein, lyrics by Fred Ebb, music by John Kander, 1968
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34.1 Zorbá, unpublished playscript annotated by Lehman, undated
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34.2 Zorba the Greek, continuity and dialogue for 1964 film version
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34.3 Lehman’s notes on reading the novel, seeing the movie, and listening to the score of the Broadway musical, undated
The Inside Story (1948)
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34.4 Outline for story, titled Silver Creek, N.Y., also includes review of film, 1945, undated
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34.5 Notes and suggestions to Republic Pictures for story Silver Creek, N.Y., undated
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34.6 Script by Mary Loos and Richard Sale, based on original story by Geza Herczeg and Lehman, 27 August 1947
The King and I (1956)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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34.7 Writer’s working script, 1 September 1954
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34.8 Revised writer’s working script, 30 September 1954
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35.1 Writer’s working script, 8 October 1954
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35.2 Writer’s working script with letter from Darryl Zanuck, 8 October 1954
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35.3 Writer’s working script, 1 November 1954
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35.4 Writer’s working script with memo to producer, 1 November 1954
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35.5 "Revised Writer’s Working Script (incorporating suggested revisions of first forty pages) with Lehman’s annotations," 1 November 1954
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35.6 First draft, 30 November 1954
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35.7 First draft with memo to Darryl Zanuck, 30 November 1954
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36.1 Final script with Lehman’s annotations, 12 August 1955
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36.2 Final script with Lehman’s annotations, 17 August 1955
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36.3 Revised final with Lehman’s annotations, 4 October 1955
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Title page of revised final script, 13 February 1956
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36.4 Fragment, retakes and added scenes with Lehman’s notations, 7 March 1956
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36.5 First step outline, 27 May 1954
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36.6 Second step outline, 11 June 1954
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36.7 Script notes on index cards, undated
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154.20 Correspondence with producer Charles Brackett re script conference with Rodgers and Hammerstein, 12 November and 19 November 1954
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36.8 Blue Ribbon award from Box Office magazine, 1956
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200.1 Ad, 27 June 1956
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36.9 Ads, 1957
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36.10 Ad for re-release, 1 March 1966
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36.11 Ads from various newspapers, undated
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36.12 Article announcing Lehman as writer in Hollywood Reporter, 12 March 1954
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36.13 Article on box office gross in Daily Variety, 3 July 1956
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36.14 Articles by Bosley Crowther, with Lehman’s notations, 1956
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37.1 Articles re awards in Hollywood Reporter, 8 March 1957 and 28 March 1957
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37.2 Article re Writers Guild awards in Hollywood Reporter, 8 March 1957
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37.3 Articles re writing and casting, 1954-1956
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37.4 Congratulatory ad, article re awards in Daily Variety, 8 March 1957
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37.5 Letter to the editor of Motion Picture Herald from William R. Weaver praising the film, stars and Lehman, 7 July 1956
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37.6 Newspaper article re Writers Guild awards, 8 March 1957
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37.7 Poll of the ten best films of 1956 in Film Daily, 11 March 1957
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37.8 Review in Daily Mirror, 29 June 1956
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37.9 Review in Hollywood Reporter, 1956
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37.10 Review, photos from premiere in Film Daily, 29 June 1956
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37.11 Review in Daily Variety, 29 June 1956
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37.12 Christmas card calendar from producer Charles Brackett, 1955
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37.13 Invitation to charity premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, 28 June 1956
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37.14 Letter of congratulations from Lew Schreiber, 1956
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37.15 Thank you letter from Oscar Hammerstein for Lehman’s adaptation, 1956
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37.16 Miscellaneous, including program, letter to Lehman’s parents, clipping re Writer’s Guild of America West awards ceremony, 1957, undated
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37.17-18 Photographs, publicity stills, and clipping of review, 1956, undated
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osf 2 Posters, 1956
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37.19 Film program and tickets, New York premiere, 1956
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37.20 Film program, 1961
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37.21 New York show, St. James Theatre, March 1954
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37.22 Program and tickets from Hollywood premiere, 1956
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37.23 Research materials. Final shooting script, Anna and the King Of Siam by Talbot Jennings and Sally Benson, 15 October 1945
The Labor Story (unproduced, 1954-1955)
Outlines and treatments by Ernest Lehman (titled Bannon)
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38.1-2 Outline (two copies), 31 March 1955
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38.3-4 Notes for treatment, typescript draft (two copies), 7 March 1955
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38.5 Pencil draft of treatment, 22 March 1955
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38.6 Typescript of treatment with revisions, 7 April 1955
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38.7 Publicity materials. Article in Daily Variety announcing Lehman as writer, 28 December 1954
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38.8-9 Original story by John Bartlow Martin (two copies), 5 May 1954
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38.10 MGM script department reader’s report on John Bartlow Martin story, 25 November 1959
Man Against Himself (unproduced, 1957-1959)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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38.11 First draft, 10 April 1957
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39.1 Working copy of the first draft, 10 April 1957
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39.2 Second draft with several handwritten pages bound in, 27 April 1957
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39.3 Typescript used to create master of final script, June 24 1957
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39.4 Script used to create shooting schedule and budget, June 24 1957
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39.5 Final screenplay; "a completely new version of the earlier draft, with the old third act being completely discarded," 24 June 1957
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40.1 Typescript of original film story by Lehman (titled Time Bomb), which grew into Man against Himself, undated
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40.2 Outline, 1957
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40.3 Treatment, 1957
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40.4 Story notes, 1957
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40.5 Screenplay by Burt Styler and Albert Lewin based on Lehman’s screenplay (One False Step), 8 October 1959
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40.6 Screenplay by William Driskill (One False Step), 11 November 1959
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40.7 Outline by William Driskill, 15 December 1959
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40.8-9 Correspondence and contracts, 1957-1958
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40.10 Various production and research materials, including transcript of a murder trial used as research and budget breakdown, 1955-1957
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40.11 Articles about company formed to produce the film, 1957
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40.12 Articles about making film, 1957
Midnight at the Pentagon (unproduced, 1952)
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40.13 Outline and treatment by Lehman based on his article published in Cosmopolitan, 1952
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41.1 Article in Hollywood Reporter, 7 May 1952
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41.2 Miss Morrow Cures a Ham (unproduced, undated), treatment and unpublished short story by Lehman, undated
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41.3 Need for Each Other (unproduced, 1946), original film story written by Louis Sobol and Lehman, 1946
North by Northwest (1959)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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41.4-6, 42.1-2 First draft, consisting of loose papers, outlines, and dialogue, 22 November 1957
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42.3 Draft version from start of shooting, titled The Man on Lincoln's Nose, 21 July 1958
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42.4-5 Draft with revisions, to be typed into new version, 21 July 1958
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42.6 Revised script page, 21 July 1958
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42.7 Early working draft and notes for final scene, 24 July 1958
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43.1-4 Working draft of script written on the road, 12 August 1958
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44.1 Section of script dated 15 September 1958
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44.2 "Next to last" version, 21 July 1958 with revisions through 13 October 1958
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44.3 Location script used by Lehman in conference with Cary Grant, many revised pages, dated 12 August 1958, with revisions through 13 October 1958
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44.4 Final shooting script, 12 August 1958, with revisions through 27 October 1958
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44.5 Story notes, 15 August 1957
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44.6 Developmental drafts of scenes, August 1957-1958
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45.1 Loose pages and notes, 12 August 1958
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45.2 Unused scenes and scene ideas, memos re name revisions, August 1958
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45.3 Early draft of auction scene, 15 October 1958
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45.4 Call sheet for the company as they departed to shoot the crop dusting sequence on location, 1958
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45.5 Cast date breakdown and shooting schedule, 1958
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osf 3 Design for crop dusting scene by Robert Boyle, undated
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45.6 Dialogue continuity for the final film, 1959
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45.7 Synopsis of the shooting script prepared by the MGM Script Department, 6 January 1959
Publicity materials
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203.7 Cartoon by Paul Conrad based on film drawn for Los Angeles Times, 1987
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45.8 Ad in Hollywood Reporter, 24 July 1959
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45.9 Ads in Daily Variety, 24 July 1959
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45.10 Ads, and note about From the Terrace in Daily Variety, 27 July 1959
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45.11 Copy of New York Times article by Lehman about how he wrote the film, 2 August 1959
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45.12 New York Times article by Lehman about writing film, with photo, 2 August 1959
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203.8 Article on movie censorship with Lehman quotes in Life magazine, 29 February 1960
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45.13 Article showing the brochure illustration Lehman used to create the rough outline of the Mt. Rushmore chase, 18 March 1981
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203.9 Interview with Hitchcock with photos in Life magazine, 13 July 1959
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45.14 Newspaper ad, undated
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45.15 Newspaper review and ad, 25 July 1959
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45.16 Newspaper reviews, ads, and articles, 1959
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45.17 Review in Daily Variety, 30 June 1959
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45.18 Review in Saturday Review, 18 July 1959
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45.19 Review from New York Times, 7 August 1959
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45.20 Reviews in Daily Variety and Hollywood Reporter, 1959
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200.2-3 Variety weekly gross reports, 1959
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45.21 Invitation to preview, 24 June 1959
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45.22 Lehman’s suggestions for advertising slogans, 1958
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45.23 Postcards with scenes from film, 1959
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osf 3 Poster in French, undated
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45.24 Still of Cary Grant running from crop duster, undated
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45.25 Brochure from Mt. Rushmore research trip with idea for chase sequence drawn in by Lehman, 1958
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45.26 Clippings and research materials including brochures, postcards, and negatives from Mt. Rushmore trip, 1957-1959, undated
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45.27 Cost breakdown for Lehman's research trip to New York and Mt. Rushmore, undated
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45.28 Description of procedure for arresting a drunk driver in Glen Cove, New York, 1957
Portnoy’s Complaint (1972, directed and produced by Lehman)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on the novel by Philip Roth
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45.29 First draft screenplay, 9 June 1970
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46.1 Final screenplay, not all final revisions and cuts included, 1 June 1971
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46.2 Final screenplay, with inscription "For Mel Blanc," 1 June 1971
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46.3 Screenplay with staff and crew lists, looping memos, and revised pages (removed from binder), 1 June 1971
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46.4-5 Budget breakdowns, "clean" dialogue to be looped in for foreign release, correspondence, and photos of Lehman with Karen Black and Richard Benjamin, 1972
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46.6 Cast lists, 25 May 1971 and 26 June 1971
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46.7, 47.1 Contracts and correspondence, cast list, list of actors to be considered for the main roles and minor parts, rehearsal schedule, contracts, and Artist Deal Memoranda or other casting and employment related documents, 1971
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47.2-3, 203.10 Lehman's list of actors considered for the main roles, articles and correspondence, also headshots and résumés of potential cast members, and clipping of interview with Karen Black, 1969-1970
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47.4 Pre-production casting notes, correspondence with British board of censors, 1972
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47.5 Memos, correspondence, and schedules for location shooting, 1971
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47.6-7, 48.1-2 Production related material, primarily correspondence, with clippings, contracts, lists, notes, reports, and schedules, 1969-1970
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48.3-4 Cutting script, official record of all film shot, 19 October 1971
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48.5 Daily progress reports with notes about problems and delays, 1971
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48.6 Dialogue transcript for domestic version, 1972
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48.7 List of recipients of final screenplay, 4 January 1971
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49.1 Pages from script with extensive handwritten revisions, post-production schedule, undated
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49.2 Lehman and Karen Black on location, 1972
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49.3 Production and wrap party, 1972
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49.4-6 Production photographs and stills, 1972
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49.7 Rewrites of dialogue to be looped, 7 March 1972
Schedules
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50.1 Final shooting schedule, 1971
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50.2 Shoot and release schedules, 1972
Storyboards with plans of shots and descriptions of scenes by Lehman with sketch artist Maurice Zuberano
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50.3-5 1-46C, 1971
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50.6, 51.1 47-78, undated
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51.2-4 78-100J, undated
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51.5, 52.1-2 101-144E, undated
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52.3-5 146-156G, 1971
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52.6, 53.1-2 157-180, 1971
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53.3-4 181-end, 1971
Photocopies and photographs of storyboards with scene descriptions (removed from binders), undated
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53.5 Miscellaneous sketches (includes original artwork)
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54.1 1-43
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54.2 49-78
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54.3 A-78-100L
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54.4 A-78-128
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55.1 101-144E
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55.2 146-153Z
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55.3 148-156
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55.4 154-156G
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55.5 160-180
Publicity materials
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56.1 Article from Daily Variety re upcoming production, 1970
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56.2 Article from Newsday re upcoming production, 1970
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56.3 Article re Richard Benjamin and wife Paula Prentiss, 1971
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56.4-5 Clippings, publicity materials, and reviews (both novel and film), 1968-1972
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56.6 Reviews and correspondence (photocopies), 1972-1973
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56.7 Press kit, 1972
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56.8 Paperback edition of Roth’s novel with Lehman’s annotations (covers missing), 1969
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56.9 First 14 pages of Roth's draft of the novel (photocopy), undated
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56.10 Synopsis by studio reader, 13 June 1968
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200.4 Review of novel, 23 February 1969
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56.11 Review and essay re novel, undated
The Prize (1963)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on the novel by Irving Wallace
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56.12, 57.1-5 Working sheets prior to first draft, June-December 1962
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57.6 Pages removed from working manuscript after revisions, 1962
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58.1 Typed first draft, 26 November 1962
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58.2 Revisions taken from the first typed draft to be revised, 1962
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58.3 Left over pages from the first complete typescript, 1962
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58.4 Typed version of revisions to the typed first draft, 1962
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58.5, 59.1 Early version with notes by the associate producer (two copies), 6 December 1962
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59.2 Early draft of the screenplay, 6 December 1962
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59.3 Revised version of the first draft, 6 December 1962
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59.4 First draft (mimeographed), 6 December 1962
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59.5 Revisions to mimeographed first draft, 1962
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60.1-2 Revisions on the carbon copy of the mimeographed first draft, 1962
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60.3 First revised version of the mimeographed first draft, 6 December 1962
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60.4 First draft (carbon copy), 6 December 1962
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60.5 Revisions made in pencil on a carbon copy of part of the first draft, 1962
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60.6 Revised second draft screenplay pages, 1962
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60.7 Line breakdown of the screenplay (first draft) describing location and action, 1962
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60.8 Pages with notes for revisions, 1962
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61.1 Revisions from director conferences, 1962
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61.2 Scenes to be shortened, 1962
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61.3 Unused and revised pages, 1962
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61.4 Two "stray" scenes, 1962-1963
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61.5 Producer's copy with notes concerning the second unit shooting, 9 January 1963
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61.6 Revised first draft (carbon copy), 9 January 1963
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61.7 Second revised version of the first draft, 9 January 1963
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62.1 Loose pages, marked incomplete, 9 January 1963
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62.2 Revised, edited draft, 9 January 1963
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62.3 Incomplete typescript, 9 January 1963
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62.4 Incomplete copy, 9 January 1963
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62.5 Typed second draft, 9 January 1963
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62.6 Typescript of the revised second draft, 9 January 1963
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63.1-2 Revised pages, 9 January 1963 and 25 April 1963
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63.3 Revisions of the second draft, 1963
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63.4 Pages revised before and during the writing of the final second draft, January 1963
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63.5 Changes made in conference with Elke Sommer, 1963
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63.6 Revision pages from April 1963 script
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64.1 Revisions made with director prior to final shooting script, 1963
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64.2 Revisions to the 25 April 1963 version
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64.3 Version used to mimeograph the 25 April 1963 version, revisions by Lehman prior to delivery
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64.4 Final revised shooting script, 25 April 1963
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64.5 Elke Sommer's copy of the script, 25 April 1963
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65.1 Script clerk's copy of final shooting script with extensive notations and pictures pasted in, 25 April 1963
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65.2 Revisions made after filming begun, 1963
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65.3 Appendix of off-screen dialogue, 6 May 1963
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65.4 Editing script, all re-dubbed dialogue, 1963
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65.5 "Loops" for dubbing, 1963
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65.6 Translation of all Swedish dialogue in the script, 1963
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65.7 From Kathryn Berman’s (associate producer) script, 1961
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65.8 Fourteen pages from producer's script, 26 November 1962
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65.9 Fifty-nine pages, with notes from Pandro Berman, 8 January 1963
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65.10 Seven pages, with notes, 11 April-15 April 1963
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65.11 Old pages from producer's script, 25 April 1963
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66.1 Seven pages, 26 April 1963
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66.2 Twenty-seven pages, April-May 1963
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66.3 Eight pages, April-May 1963
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66.4 Twenty-nine pages, with notes, April-May 1963
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66.5 Fifteen pages, with notes, April-May 1963
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66.6 Twelve pages, with notes, April-May 1963
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66.7 Twelve pages, with notes, May-June 1963
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66.8 Nineteen pages, with revisions and notes, 1963
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66.9 Thirty-three pages from producer's script, 1963
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66.10 Five pages with notes for revisions, 1963
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66.11 Three pages, June 1963
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66.12 Nine pages, 26 June 1963
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66.13 Three pages, 16 July 1963
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66.14 Four pages, July 1963
Notes
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66.15 Notes on script in progress, 1961-1963
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66.16 Script notes, undated
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66.17 Annual stockholders report, MGM, 31 August 1962
Artwork
Blueprints and set designs
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osf 4 Drafting of shot set ups and details and architectural drawings for settings, undated
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osf 5-9 Set blueprints, 1963
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osf 10 Sketches of statues in the Nobel Auditorium, undated
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osf 22 Scene drawings and publicity artwork, undated
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osf 11-12 Conceptual sketches for shots, undated
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66.18, 67.1 Storyboard sketches with scene numbers marked, 1963
Continuity
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67.2 Dialogue cutting continuity, 1 November 1963
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67.3 Dialogue cutting continuity for trailer, 1 November 1963
Correspondence
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67.4-5 Correspondence and clippings relating to the production, the book, and Elke Sommer (includes book Carl Milles and Millesgarden by Karl Axel Arvidsson, Raben & Sjogren, Stockholm, 1960), 1960-1964
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67.6 Correspondence and copies of reviews of novel, 1962-1963
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67.7, 68.1 Correspondence, notes, and clippings, 1961-1963
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68.2 Correspondence, notes, and memos from and to Lehman before and during production, 1961-1963
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68.3 Correspondence, notes, memos, and clippings, 1963
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68.4 Cover letter for rewrite contracts from William Morris Agency, 25 March 1963
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68.5 Legal department memo re use of the King of Sweden, 14 June 1963
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68.6 Legal department correspondence, memos, and clippings, 1963
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68.7 Letter from Irving Wallace re sales of novel, 17 December 1963
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68.8 Lists, including credits, cast list with addresses and agents, and working list of directors, 1962
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68.9 Locations, detailed survey of Stockholm and brief explanations of the procedure for clearing the company to film there, 19 October 1962
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68.10 Behind the scenes contact sheets and prints, 1963
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68.11 Contact sheets of "Intimate shots" during and between takes, 1963
Interiors and exterior set and location photographs, 1963
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69.1 Concert Hall and Backstage
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69.2 Count's Villa
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69.3 Golden Crown
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69.4 Grand Hotel
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69.5 Hold of Ship, Freighter Cabin Corridor, Freighter Cabin
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69.6 Kungstradgarden
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69.7 Lindbloom Apartment
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69.8 Press conference
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69.9 Sanitarium
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69.10 Stairs to Rooftop
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69.11 Stratman Hotel
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70.1 Winter Garden Room
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70.2 List of reference photographs, 1962
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70.3 Production photographs with descriptions on the verso by Lehman, 1963
Preview screening
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70.4 Notes made by Lehman for discussion with director after the first preview, 13 September 1963
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70.5 Studio summary of preview card responses, 12 September 1963
Production reports
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70.6-7 Cast call sheets and production reports, with clipping and prop program, 17 April 1963
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70.8 Cast call sheets and production records, 12 April 1963, 3 September 1963
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70.9 Casting call sheets and daily production reports, 1963
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70.10 Cover of Nobel Prize program, 1963
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osf 13 Signs from the nudist meeting, undated
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70.11 Schedule, 2nd revised preliminary schedule for the actors, 8 May 1963
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70.12 Wardrobe breakdown, based on 9 January 1963 script
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71.1, osf 23 Art and conception work on ad campaign, original trade paper ad, undated
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osf 24 Artwork for billboard advertisement, undated
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71.2 Ad for opening, 1963
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71.3 Article from Los Angeles newspaper re extras in nudist scene, undated
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203.11 Articles and reviews, 1963-1964, undated
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71.4-5 Clippings, correspondence, and invitation, 1963-1964, undated
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203.12 Full page ad, 29 December 1963
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71.6 Newspaper clippings re Swedish "attacks" on the 2nd unit filming, 6 May 1963
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204.1 Review in Los Angeles Times calendar, 8 December 1963
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204.2 Review in Los Angeles Times calendar, 15 December 1963
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204.3 Swedish press, 1963
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71.7 Press release, 1963
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71.8-10 Publicity photographs and stills, 1963
Research materials
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72.1 Agenda of events for Nobel week in Stockholm, 1960
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72.2 Correspondence concerning nudist scene and research photographs, bio of novel's author, and book club description of book, 1961-1963
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Location photographs, 1961
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184.1 Central Station
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184.2 Chase sequence
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184.3 Concert Hall
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185, 186.1 Copenhagen and Stockholm, various locations
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186.2 "Famous outdoor park, zoo, and restaurant"
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186.3 "Famous tavern"
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187.1 Fritze’s bookshop
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187.2 Grand Hotel exteriors
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187.3 Grand Hotel interiors
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188.1 "Inspiration for critical moment" in front of Concert Hall
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188.2 Karolinska Institut
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189.1 Night spots
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189.2 Old Town near the Nobel Library
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189.3 Park in front of Nobel House
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189.4 Restaurant
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189.5 Restaurant Berns and Berzelli Park
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189.6 Royal Academy of Science
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190.1 Staircase and Prestgatan street sign
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190.2 Stockholm
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190.3 Stockholm day and night
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190.4 Streets and Royal Dramatic Theatre
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190.5 Views near Grand Hotel
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190.6 White House in Djurgarden
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72.3-4 Postcards and guidebooks from Sweden and Denmark, 1961
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72.5 Photographs, clippings, and correspondence, 1961
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191 Reference photographs of locations and scenes given to Lehman by MGM Studios, 1961
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72.6 Translation of a conversation between Lehman and a Swedish reporter, 1960
Source material
Typed bound copy of novel used for reference in writing screenplay, 1961
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73.1 First chapter
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73.2 Second chapter
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73.3 Third chapter
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73.4 Fourth chapter
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73.5 Fifth chapter
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73.6 Sixth chapter
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74.1 Seventh chapter
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74.2 Eighth chapter
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74.3 Ninth chapter
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74.4 Tenth chapter
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74.5 Eleventh chapter
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74.6 Twelfth chapter
Volume II
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75.1 Chapters 1-4
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75.2 Chapters 5-8
Volume III
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75.3 Chapters 9-12
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75.4 Summary by studio of the novel for evaluation as a script possibility, 22 May 1961
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75.5 Chapter and character breakdown, list of locations, and notes made by Lehman in Sweden, 12 June 1961
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76.1 Character and chapter breakdown, and location list, 12 June 1961
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76.2 Partial copy of breakdown of Irving Wallace novel, 12 June 1961
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76.3 Plot and character breakdown of novel by Evelyn Humphreys, 12 June 1961
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76.4 Producer Pandro Berman's notes on scene breakdowns, undated
Sabrina (1954)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on the play Sabrina Fair by Samuel Taylor
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76.5 Final draft of screenplay, 7 October 1953
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76.6 Final version, 7 October 1953
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76.7 Contract to write script, 1953
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76.8 Photograph of filming on Long Island Sound, 1954
Publicity materials
Clippings
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76.9 Ad from Daily Variety, 29 September 1954
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76.10 Ads congratulating Lehman for winning Writers Guild Award for best written comedy, 2 March 1955
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76.11 Announcement of Academy Award nomination for screenplay in Daily Variety, 18 February 1955
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76.12 Announcement of Academy Award nomination for screenplay in The Hollywood Reporter, 14 February 1955
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76.13-14 Article re filming from Los Angeles Daily News (two copies), 2 November 1953
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76.15 Articles and reviews, 1953-1954
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204.4 Life magazine cover story on Audrey Hepburn, 7 December 1953
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76.16 Review in Daily Variety, 2 August 1954
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76.17-18 Review in The Hollywood Reporter (two copies), 2 August 1954
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76.19 Review in Newsweek, 30 August 1954
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76.20 Review in Films in Review, August-September 1954
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77.1 Review in Motion Picture Herald, 7 August 1954
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77.2 Review from The New York Times, 23 September 1954
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77.3 Reviews from various newspapers, 1954
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osf 14, osf 29 Posters, 1954
Programs
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77.5 Academy Awards, 1955
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77.6-7 Hollywood premiere (two copies), 1954
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77.8 Research materials. Typescript of the play Sabrina Fair by Samuel Taylor
The Short Night (1978, unproduced)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on the novel by Ronald Kirkbride
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77.9 Handwritten pages, 1978
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77.10 First draft, 13 March 1978
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77.11 Notes, outlines one and two, one line outline, and first draft, 13 March 1978
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77.12-13, 78.1 First draft with revisions, 13 March 1978
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78.2 First draft with revisions, 12 June 1978
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78.3 Revised draft, 27 June 1978
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78.4 Outline, notes, and other starting materials (removed from binder), 3 January 1978
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78.5 Memos from Alfred Hitchcock re research, April-May 1978
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78.6 Novel by Ronald Kirkbride, 1968
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78.7 The Springing Of George Blake, by Sean Bourke, book given to Lehman by Hitchcock containing non-fiction account of prison break, 1970
Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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79.1-2 Original pages of first draft (removed from binder), 18 July 1955
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79.3-5 Original pages of first draft, first half, 18 July 1955
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79.6 First draft revised by Lehman and producer prior to mimeographing, 18 October 1955
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80.1 Draft prior to revision, 10 November 1955
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80.2 Pages of "near to final version," 10 November 1955
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80.3 Revision to captain's speech, 1 December 1955
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80.4-5 Original pages from draft between the first and the final, 7 December 1955
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80.6 Final shooting script with revisions, 7 December 1955
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80.7 Notes to producers re comments on first draft, 1956
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80.8 Outline of the book for screenplay, 12 April 1955
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81.1 Pages of step outline with notes to producer, 22 April 1955
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81.2 Pages from the outline and treatment (removed from binder), 12 May 1955
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81.3 Synopsis of Lehman's final script from MGM story department, 10 August 1956
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81.4 Final dialogue continuity sent to distributors ahead of the film, 18 July 1956
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81.5 Congratulatory letter from Jeffrey Hayden, undated
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81.6 Legal department correspondence re Lehman's treatment of the New York District Attorney in the screenplay, June-August 1955
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81.7 Lehman with Charles Schnee and Robert Wise, undated
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81.8 Lehman on set; marquee of local theater, 1956
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81.9 Acknowledgement of Lehman’s Look magazine award in Daily Variety, 5 March 1957
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81.10 Ad in Daily Variety, 1 March 1956
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81.11 Ads in Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, 1-2 March 1956
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81.12 Ad spread for premiere in The Hollywood Reporter, 7 August 1956
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81.13 Ad for television premiere, 14 November 1964
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81.14 Announcement of James Dean as lead, undated
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204.5 Article in Look magazine about movie awards (three copies), 19 March 1957
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81.15 Articles from various newspapers, undated
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81.16 Congratulatory ad from Daily Variety, 5 March 1957
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81.17 Insert from Daily Variety with photos of major figures, 8 August 1956
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204.6 Photo spread and review in Look magazine, 7 August 1956
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204.7 Photo spread on Pier Angeli in Life magazine, 30 July 1956
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81.18 Review from Daily Variety, 3 July 1956
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81.19 Reviews from various newspapers, 6 July 1956
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81.20 Review in Showmen’s Trade Review, 7 July 1956
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81.21 Review in Saturday Review, 14 July 1956
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81.22 Review in Time magazine, 23 July 1956
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81.23 Reviews, 1956
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81.24 Reviews and ads, 1956
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81.25 Invitation to special screening for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, 1956
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osf 15 Posters, 1956
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81.26 Program and one sheet poster, 1956
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81.27 Notes from research trip Lehman made to New York, June 1955
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204.8 Article, condensation of original book in Look magazine, photographs by Stanley Kubrick, 1954
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81.28 Summary of article from MGM story department, 20 November 1954
The Sound of Music (1965)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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82.1-2 Original pages handwritten and typed by Lehman, includes outlines, notes, memo to William Wyler, and draft pages of screenplay, 29 January-6 September 1963, undated
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82.3-4 Original pages handwritten and typed by Lehman, includes outlines, notes, and draft pages of screenplay, 14 February-7 August 1963, undated
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82.5, 83.1 Outline and beginnings of the first draft when William Wyler was producer-director, 5 March-7 August 1963
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83.2 Outline written after work on the screenplay had begun, also some manuscript pages of dialogue, 22-23 March 1963, undated
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83.3 Second outline used in scouting locations, 15-22 May 1963
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83.4 "Writer’s working script" used to create first draft screenplay, 24 June-10 September 1963
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83.5 Revised pages for first draft screenplay, 2 July-10 September 1963
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83.6 Carbon copy of typescript of first draft screenplay, 10 September 1963
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83.7, 84.1-2 First draft screenplay (three copies), 10 September 1963
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84.3 First draft screenplay revised by Lehman (to page 80) after producer-director Robert Wise and associate producer Saul Chaplin replace Wyler and Edens, 5 December 1963
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84.4 Cameraman's script, first draft with blue revision pages through 10 December 1963
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84.5 Carbon copy of most of a script with revisions through 17 December 1963
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84.6 First draft screenplay with revised pages through 20 December 1963 (bound with note from Lehman on cover)
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85.1 First draft screenplay with revised pages through 20 December 1963
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85.2 Revised pages for final shooting script through 20 December 1963
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85.3 German translation of first draft screenplay used to make arrangements for locations overseas with note from Lehman dated 25 December 1963
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85.4 First draft screenplay with revisions (typed on blue pages) through 26 December 1963
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85.5 Typed and handwritten revisions used to create final shooting script, dated through 30 December 1963
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86.1 Revised pages for final shooting script, 30 December 1963
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86.2 Final draft of script prior to revision, 7 January 1964
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86.3 Final screenplay with notes for revisions by Robert Wise, 7 January 1964
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86.4 Seven pages of dialogue written in pencil on yellow paper, undated
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86.5 Script fragment, green paper, undated
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86.6 Pages cut from first draft screenplay, copy one, 1963
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86.7 Pages cut from first draft screenplay, copy two, 1963
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86.8 Revisions completed prior to Robert Wise joining the team, 4 December 1963
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86.9 Pages pulled and revised from the first draft screenplay, 25 October 1963
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86.10 Replacement pages for the first draft screenplay, 25 October 1963
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87.1 Revisions to first draft screenplay, December 1963
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87.2 First draft screenplay, second revisions, December 1963
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87.3 Revised and discarded yellow pages, 1963
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87.4-5 Pages of script to be re-typed, 1963
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87.6-8 Blue pages of revisions to the script, 1963
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87.9 Pages from the final script which were revised after conferences with Wise and Chaplin, February-March 1964
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87.10,88.1 Revisions to final shooting script through 19 March 1964
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88.2 Blue page revisions to script through 7 April 1964
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88.3 Revisions to the "chase scene," 29 July 1964
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88.4 Script pages with changes marked in pencil, 29 July 1964
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88.5 Notes from Robert Wise about revisions to final screenplay, 23 December 1963
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88.6 Correspondence from Richard Rodgers concerning casting and a project they considered working on together before a director was assigned to the project, 1963
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88.7 Letter to Richard Rodgers from Lehman about the content of "I Have Confidence," 1964
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88.8 Letter to Richard Zanuck from Darryl Zanuck regarding his reactions to the script, 30 January 1964
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88.9 Letters exchanged between Christopher Plummer and Robert Wise about the Captain's role in screenplay, 1964
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88.10 Letters, notes, and memos to and from various people on various subjects related to the production, 1964
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192.1 Costume designer Dorothy Jenkins’s fabric swatches for costumes in escape scene, undated
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88.11 Daily progress reports during shooting, 1964
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88.12 Daily shooting schedule call sheets, 1964
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89.1 Daily shooting schedule call sheets and production requirements, 1964
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89.2 Departure lists and location/hotel lists for the cast and crew, 14 April 1964
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89.3 Departure schedules and location information for the cast, 1964
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89.4 Dubbing schedule for Italian version, undated
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osf 16 Map of locations and production schedule, undated
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89.5 Materials which "crossed my (Lehman's) desk" during the writing of SOM; includes location breakdown, photos, reviews of the play, announcements of upcoming projects including SOM, and a letter from a nun concerning the play script, undated
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89.6 Mimeoed list of credits, 21 September 1964
Music
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89.7 Breakdown and description of music in the film, 1963-1964, undated
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89.8 "Dummy" lyrics by Lehman, set to music and played on the set by Harper Wheeler (rehearsal pianist) and Saul Chaplin (associate producer) as a practical joke/gift to Lehman; song was eventually written by Rodgers into "I Have Confidence," undated
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89.9 Notes and script pages showing development of song "I Have Confidence," undated
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89.10 Sheet music for "Edelweiss,""How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria,""My Favorite Things,""Sixteen Going on Seventeen," and "So Long, Farewell," undated
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89.11 Translations of "Do-Re-Mi" into French, German, Italian, and Spanish, undated
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90.1 Names and addresses of cast and production crew, 25 March 1964
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90.2 Notes from casting of children, 1963-1964
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90.3 Color photograph of Salzburg (badly faded, removed from mat), undated
Contact sheets, undated
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90.4 At the ball
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90.5 The Baroness
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90.6 The bedroom scene and other stills
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192.2 Behind the scenes
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192.3 The Captain and the Baroness
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192.4 The Captain and the Baroness by the river when Maria and the children fall in
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90.7 Captain, Maria, Max and Liesl in the main hall
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192.5 Cast and crew on location
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192.6 Children in park
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193.1 Children visiting cloister
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193.2 Climbing the mountain over the border
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193.3 The concert
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90.8 Convent scenes
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90.9 Dinner scene
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193.4 Director Robert Wise with cast
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90.10 Edelweiss scene
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193.5 The escape from the music contest
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90.11 Escape in the churchyard
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90.12 Escape through the cloister
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90.13 Gazebo scene
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90.14 Gazebo scene with Maria and the Captain
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193.6 I Have Confidence and other scenes
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91.1 Liesl running through the gardens
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91.2 Maria
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91.3 Maria and the Captain
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91.4 Maria and the Captain dancing
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91.5 Maria and the children in the hills
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194 Maria and the children playing on location
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91.6 Maria and Liesl
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195.1 Maria arrives at villa
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91.7 Maria at the water
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91.8 Maria in cloister room and other scenes
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195.2 Maria leaving the convent
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91.9 Maria, Liesl, and Rolf
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91.10 Maria on the mountain
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91.11 Max and the children
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91.12 My Favorite Things
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91.13 Party scene
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91.14 The puppet show
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91.15 Rolf
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91.16 Rolf and Captain and Baroness
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195.3 The singing contest
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91.17 Sixteen, Going on Seventeen
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195.4 Wedding scene
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91.18-19 Fragments of contact sheets
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92.1 Hair and make-up tests, undated
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92.2 Headshots of cast members Eleanor Parker, Peggy Wood, and Ben Wright, undated
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92.3 Lehman in the mountains of Salzburg, undated
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92.4-11 Location stills, undated
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92.12 Locations at various times of day, undated
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196.1 Photographs and contact sheets of wardrobe tests and sets, undated
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92.13 Polaroid snapshots taken during location shooting, undated
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92.14 Production stills, undated
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93.1 "Proceed with Caution--Watch out for Children" sign for Robert Wise's office, undated
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93.2 Production materials, including clippings from trade papers about film, Fox phone directories, and clean copy of music to "I Have Confidence," 1963-1964, undated
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93.3 Production schedules including daily schedules, rehearsals schedules, scoring, vocal, recording, starting and completion schedules, 1964
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osf 25 Recording schedule calendar, 1964
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93.4 Shooting schedule and location shooting schedule, 1964
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93.5 Vocal exercises used to unify the accent of the cast, undated
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93.6 Weather information for location shooting, 1964
Publicity materials
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196.2 Ad layout copy, early version, undated
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93.7 "Blue Ribbon" Award presented by BOXOFFICE magazine for the picture being appropriate for all ages, 1965
Clippings
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93.8 Ad for theatrical rerelease at Radio City Music Hall, 24 August 1975
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204.9 Article about Julie Andrews by Gene Smith in Saturday Evening Post, 29 January 1966
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204.10 Article in Look magazine with large color photos, 26 January 1965
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200.5 Article in Los Angeles Times Calendar by Robert Wise about how the film will differ from the play, 24 January 1965, and article in Los Angeles Times Calendar by Philip K. Scheuer about the film, 7 March 1965
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204.11 Article on film and on Julie Andrews in opening night in Life magazine, 12 March 1965
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93.9 Articles and clippings with letter from "Helen" at Warner Brothers, 1966
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93.10 Articles projecting a 100 million gross in Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, 14 March 1966
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93.11 Clipping from Time listing Sound of Music as largest grossing movie of 1965, 14 January 1966
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204.12 Clippings and reviews, 1966
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93.12 Clippings and trade papers from the early stages of production with press release and photographs of advertising artwork, 1962-1964, undated
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94.1 Clippings from The Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety, 1965
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94.2 Dorothy Kilgallen "Voice of Broadway" column calling film a blockbuster from preview reactions, undated
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94.3 Full page ad for Sound of Music at the Rivoli Theatre in New York Times, 6 March 1966
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200.6 Full page ad in Los Angeles Herald Examiner shortly after premiere of film, 12 March 1965
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94.4 Los Angeles Herald Examiner ad, 29 July 1966
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94.5 Los Angeles Times ad, 29 March 1965
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200.7 New York Times full page ad after international release, 12 September 1965
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94.6 Newspaper ad for movie matinees and review, 1965
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94.7-8 Newspaper articles and advertisements, 1965
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94.9 Newspaper reviews and other clippings, 1961-1977
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94.10 Report of 56 million gross in first year of release, Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, 2 March 1966
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94.11 Trade papers and clippings carrying the announcements of Lehman's being hired and other early news of the production, and Lehman’s rewrite of studio’s announcement of the production, 1962-1963
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94.12 Invitation to press preview, undated
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94.13 Lehman's notes from the first screening and guest list for preview showing, 1965
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94.14 Manuscript of acceptance speech for Lehman's Writers Guild Award, 24 March 1966
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94.15 Memo from Darryl Zanuck about Judith Crist's unfavorable review, 3 March 1965
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94.16 Press release for Paris premiere, undated
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94.17 Program and tickets from the 38th Academy Awards, 1966
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94.18 Program of the movie from the premiere, 1965
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95.1 Color postcards of Salzburg, undated
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95.2 Illustrated guide to Salzburg, in English, undated
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95.3 Lehman's notes and outlines concerning locations for shooting in Austria, 1963
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95.4 Notes from interview with Maria von Trapp and calendar pages from the early writing of the script, 1963
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95.5 Notes, tickets, and correspondence from Lehman's visit to see the New York production of Sound of Music, 1963
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95.6 Playbill from Broadway show with an initial note re Lehman's first viewing of the play, 14 January 1963
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95.7 Tickets, receipts, telephone numbers, brochures, maps, and clippings from Lehman's research trip to Salzburg with producer-director William Wyler and associate producer Roger Edens (both later replaced), 1963
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95.8 Copy of play script with Lehman’s annotations, 1 November 1960
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95.9 Copy of play script dated 1 November 1960 sent to Lehman by Twentieth Century Fox, with note from Lehman dated 23 September 1963
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95.10 English translation and continuity of a German film about the von Trapps (The Trapp Family, 1956), undated
The Story of the Trapp Family Singers, by Maria von Trapp
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96.1 Copy one, 1961
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96.2 Copy two with notes on scrap paper, 1963
Works by others
The Sound of Music, the Saga of a Screenplay: A Chronicle of the Adaptation researched and compiled by Michael Matessino
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96.3 Early version, corrected draft, undated
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96.4-5 Photoready copy, pasteup (two copies), undated
A South Sea Story (Unproduced, 1952-1953)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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96.6 First draft of first screenplay ever written (actually a rewrite) by Lehman (at Paramount), with pencil revisions, 18 November 1952
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96.7 First screenplay ever attempted by Lehman; missing cover page, 8 January 1953
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96.8 Title page from the first screenplay Lehman worked on at Paramount; unproduced, 8 January 1953
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96.9 The Story of Henry Bergh (Unproduced, undated) Unpublished original movie idea written by Lehman and Sid Garfield about the man who founded the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, undated
Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
Screenplay by Clifford Odets, based on an original story by Ernest Lehman
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96.10 Treatment done by Lehman for MGM and producer Charles Schnee, titled "Tell Me About It Tomorrow." Lehman left the project on the first day, was borrowed by Paramount to work on Sabrina, 19 January 1954
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97.1 Working typed copy of the short story used in the initial process of writing a screenplay, with Lehman’s annotations, undated
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97.2 Development and process notes, including several outlines, a treatment, notes from the producers, Harold Hecht, James Hill and Burt Lancaster, and Lehman's own notes as he worked on the screenplay, 1956
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97.3 First typed draft with notes for revisions; note on front indicates that this version is much different than the final, 30 March 1956
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97.4 First shooting script, 1 June 1956
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97.5 Producer's copy of second draft, 1 June 1956
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97.6 Final version of the script by Lehman prior to his illness and prior to rewrites by Clifford Odets, 10 September 1956
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98.1 Photocopy of Lehman’s final version of screenplay, 10 September 1956
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98.2 Final version of the Lehman script, 21 August 1956 with revisions by Lehman to 18 September 1956
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98.3 Revised first draft of Lehman's screenplay by Clifford Odets, 4 December 1956
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98.4 Unedited, uncorrected final shooting script by Clifford Odets and Ernest Lehman, with revisions through 9 February 1957
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98.5 Final shooting script, with revisions through 18 March 1957
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Continuity
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99.1 Mimeographed cutting continuity, 5 June 1957
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99.2 Mimeographed dialogue continuity, 5 June 1957
Correspondence
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99.3 Letter from James Hill which eventually led to sale of novelette to Hecht-Hill-Lancaster, and to Hill working with Lehman on Sweet Smell of Success as the producer, 10 December 1953
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154.25 Letter to Lehman’s agent re adding his name to publicity materials, 19 April 1957
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99.4 Letters re oversight of Lehman's name on some publicity from United Artists, 6 May 1957
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99.5 Insurance policy against "Errors and Omissions," 10 June 1957
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99.6 Notes from Lehman to the director, Alexander Mackendrick, after viewing the first screening, 29 March 1957
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196.3 Contact sheets of locations scouted by Lehman, undated
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99.7 Locations scouted by Lehman, undated
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99.8 Production and publicity materials including still photograph, call sheet from a test directed by Lehman, typed captions for lobby cards and a humorous typo from an Australian paper promoting the film, 1956-1957, undated
Publicity materials
Clippings
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99.9 Article in American Film by Richard Blackburn titled "Bullies of Broadway" about the origin of the novelette and the film, December 1983
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99.10 Article in New York Times that mentions Lehman, his career, the sale of The Comedian, and the possibility of the production of Sweet Smell of Success, 1 August 1954
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99.11 Articles, 1957, undated
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99.12 Australian ad, undated
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99.13 Clippings bearing the "Sweet Smell" title in regard to another topic, and announcement of film version of Sweet Smell of Success, 1963, undated
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99.14 Clippings from Cavalier magazine article on actress Susan Harrison, undated
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99.15 Clippings from trade publications and newspapers about SSS, research photographs, book jacket, and royalty statement, 1953-1957, undated
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200.8 Full page ad for film, undated
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99.16 Mention of phrase "Sweet Smell of Success" in contents of forthcoming Fortune, 1964
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99.17 New York Times article about filming, 1953
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99.18 Newspaper clipping with bio of Lehman and brief note about Sweet Smell of Success, undated
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99.19 Newspaper reviews, 1957
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99.20 Review in Motion Picture Herald, 22 June 1957
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99.21 Variety article about filming, 20 June 1956
West Side Story (1961)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman
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99.22 First 23 pages of Lehman's writer's rough draft (two copies), 9 February 1960
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99.23 Early draft of the "first act" with revisions, undated
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100.1 Carbon of the first draft used to make the mimeo, some revisions, undated
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100.2 Mimeograph of first draft, undated
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100.3 Typescript of first draft with revisions, undated
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100.4 Carbon copy of first draft with revisions, undated
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100.5 First draft with revisions which become the second draft, stills, and shooting schedules, 1960, undated
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100.6 Second draft, undated
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101.1 Incomplete script, 17 June 1960 with revisions through 1 August 1960
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101.2 Pages of typed and mimeographed screenplay with notes for revision, undated
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101.3 Fragment of rough draft with revisions, undated
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101.4 Scenes with revisions, undated
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101.5 Draft version of opening scene, undated
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101.6 Revisions of scenes, undated
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101.7 Two revisions to scenes, one made after the preview of the film, undated
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101.8 Typescript of opening scenes, undated
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101.9 Notes made by Lehman on a tour of the West Side of New York City, 1959
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101.10 Notes from Jerome Robbins to Lehman about the screenplay, 1960, undated
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101.11 Notes from Jerome Robbins on "The Action in the Dance Hall," undated
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101.12 Early pen outline of movie, undated, with note from Lehman dated 26 September 1962, and correspondence, undated
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101.13 Fragment of outline, undated
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101.14 "Step outline," Lehman's index cards with handwritten notes about one scene on each card, pinned to the wall as the script was being written, undated
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101.15 Dialogue continuity taken from the soundtrack, 25 August 1961
Music
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101.16 Added lyrics by Lehman and Chaplin for "America," undated
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101.17 Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim to "This Turf Is Ours," a song written for the play but not used, undated
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101.18 Published version of the vocal score used in preparing the film, 1959
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205.1 Color paintings of various scenes made by art department, undated
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196.4 Contact sheet of director Robert Wise and Sharks dancing, undated
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101.19 Production photographs, undated
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101.20 Production materials including outlines, timings of songs, and article on Lehman by Hollis Alpert, 1961, undated
Publicity and research materials
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101.21 Article about Lehman for souvenir program by Hollis Alpert, includes Lehman’s revisions, undated
Clippings
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200.9 Announcement of eleven Oscar nominations, 27 February 1962
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101.22 Articles and reviews, 1961, undated
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101.23 Clipping about soundtrack being selected as the best LP in Britain by one hundred record columnists, New York Times, 27 December 1962
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102.1-2 Clippings about West Side Story and interview re Executive Suite, with press release, publicity materials, correspondence, Academy Awards invitations, tickets and lists, and one sheet poster, 1954-1963
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102.3-4 Clippings, correspondence, tickets, programs, and other printed material from 34th annual Academy Awards, 1962
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102.5 Clippings of reviews of play, research clippings, clippings about film, and program from New York press preview, 1957-1962, undated
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102.6 Clippings which mention West Side Story and paper bag with advertisement for film in Spanish, 1962-1963, undated
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102.7 Correction of a reference to Lehman as winner of screenplay Academy Award in Daily Variety, 11 December 1962
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102.8 Daily Variety and Hollywood Reporter announcements of West Side Story's 11 nominations, 27 February 1962
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102.9 Daily Variety, back page is an ad for the film with a very flattering quote about the script, 26 January 1962
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102.10 Daily Variety review, 27 September 1961
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102.11 French reviews of and advertisements for the play and film, some translated, with list of captions for publicity stills, 1961, undated
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103.1 Hollywood Reporter review and Daily Variety article about casting, 1960-1961
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103.2 Hollywood Reporter with small mention of preview, 2 October 1961
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205.2 Large color photographic spread of the film in Life magazine (two copies), 20 October 1961
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103.3 Lead story about the 10 Oscars won by West Side Story in Hollywood Reporter, 10 April 1962
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200.10 Los Angeles Times Calendar feature on the film, article and review inside, cover photo, 29 October 1961
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200.11 Los Angeles Times Calendar names top films of the year, including West Side Story, 7 January 1962
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103.4 Newspaper clipping, 1965
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103.5-8 Newspaper clippings, 1962
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103.9 Newspaper clippings and tickets to West Coast premiere, 1961
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103.10 Review of movie, article in Swedish, and clipping from Royal showing, 1961-1962
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103.11, 104.1 Reviews and advertisements, mostly from British newspapers, 1962
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104.2 Reviews and translations from play's tour of Israel, 1961
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104.3 Saturday Review magazine with two articles which mention West Side Story, 27 October 1962
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104.4 Show Business Illustrated with review of film, 17 October 1961
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104.5 Trade papers and newspaper clippings about the film, especially the Oscars, and invitation to Los Angeles premiere, 1961-1962
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104.6 West Side Story included in a description of the ten best films of the year, New York Times, 31 December 1961
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200.12 West Side Story tops the list of ten best films from LA Mirror list, 29 December 1961
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osf 26 One sheet posters in English, French, and German, publicity materials, and clippings of reviews of Broadway play, 1957, undated
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104.7 Outline of publicity campaign, undated
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104.8 Publicity materials, correspondence, clippings, and still, 1961-1962, undated
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104.9 Publicity photographs including stills from the film, displays of the book, and from the Royal Command performance of the movie, 1961-1962, undated
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104.10 Souvenir program of the film which was sold at all "roadshow" (reserved seat) engagements of the picture; includes several pieces about Lehman (two copies), 1961
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104.11 Study guide for using the film in English classes, published by the National Council of Teachers of English, October 1961
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104.12 Telegram to Lehman from David Picker about spectacular reaction to the surprise sneak preview, 31 July 1961
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osf 30 Three-sheet poster printed without credit for Natalie Wood, 1961
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966, produced by Lehman)
Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, based on the play by Edward Albee
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105.1 Typed and handwritten scenes from an early draft of the screenplay, undated
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105.2 Rough initial draft of the screenplay, undated
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105.3 Early rough draft, undated
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105.4-5 Typed and handwritten scenes from the first draft, undated
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105.6 First draft screenplay, 11 September 1964
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106.1 Typescript copy of the first draft which belonged to Walter MacEwen, chief executive under Jack Warner, 11 September 1964
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106.2 First draft typescript, missing page 5, 11 September 1964
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106.3 First draft with notes, 11 September 1964
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106.4 Transitional draft between first and second, undated
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106.5 Typed second draft pages with handwritten notes, part one, undated
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106.6-7 Typed second draft pages with handwritten notes, part two, undated
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107.1 Second draft, copy one, 30 December 1964
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107.2 Second draft, copy two, 30 December 1964
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107.3 Second draft (incomplete carbon), 30 December 1964
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107.4-5 Transitional draft between two and three, undated
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108.1-2 Typed third draft screenplay with handwritten notes, undated
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108.3 Third draft carbon used by production department to estimate running time of film, 12 March 1965
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108.4 Third draft screenplay with notes throughout by Jack Warner, 12 March 1965
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108.5 Incomplete script and extra pages, 12 March 1965
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108.6, 109.1 Typescript of fourth draft screenplay with pencil revisions, 20 April 1965
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109.2 Unbound fourth draft screenplay, 20 April 1965
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109.3 Fourth draft screenplay, copy one, 29 April 1965
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109.4 Fourth draft screenplay, copy two, 29 April 1965
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109.5 Fifth draft of the screenplay with pencil revisions, 29 April 1965
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109.6 Fifth draft of the screenplay, incomplete, 29 April 1965
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110.1 Partial script annotated by Lehman’s secretary, 29 April 1965
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110.2 Discarded pages from script dated 29 April 1965
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110.3 Carbons of a draft from April 1965
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110.4 Three copies of discarded pages from script dated 18 May 1965
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110.5 Fifth draft dated 29 April 1965, with handwritten revisions and revised pages through 28 May 1965
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111.1 Fifth draft screenplay with revised pages through 17 June 1965, copy one
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111.2 Fifth draft screenplay with revised pages through 17 June 1965, copy two
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111.3 Fifth draft screenplay with revised pages through 17 June 1965, copy three
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111.4 Fifth draft screenplay with revised pages through 17 June 1965, with notes penciled in by film editor Doane Harrison
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111.5-6 Unused lithograph plates of the "final" Woolf script, fifth draft with revised pages through 17 June 1965
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112.1 Revised script pages, 17 June 1965
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112.2-4 Ten copies of discard pages removed and replaced in script dated 17 June 1965
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113.1 "Closer to the final screenplay" draft dated 29 April 1965, with revisions through 18 June 1965
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113.2 Incomplete script with revised pages through 29 June 1965
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113.3 Partial fifth draft of the screenplay with revised pages through 1 July 1965
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113.4 Fifth draft of the screenplay, incomplete, with revised pages through 1 July 1965
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113.5 Sixth draft of the script sent to the production office for an estimate on the budget, 1 July 1965
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113.6 Sixth draft of the script, missing pages, 1 July 1965
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114.1 Carbons of partial script dated 1 July 1965
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114.2-3 Revisions to script dated 1 July 1965
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114.4 Discards from Mike Nichols’s script dated 12 March 1965 and revised pages from 6 July 1965
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114.5 Sixth draft screenplay with revised pages through 22 July 1965, with notes penciled in by film editor Doane Harrison
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114.6 Sixth draft of the script sent to the production office for an estimate on the budget, with revised pages through 26 July 1965
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114.7 Lehman's secretary's copy of the script sent to the production office for an estimate on the budget, sixth draft with revised pages through 26 July 1965
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115.1 Seventh draft estimating script with revised pages through 26 July 1965
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115.2 Seventh draft script with pencil revisions and revised pages through 26 July 1965
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115.3 Unbound screenplay draft with pencil revisions and revised pages through 30 July 1965
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115.4 Final shooting script, 30 July 1965
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115.5 Discarded and revised pages from location shooting, July 1965
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116.1 Undated script pages with list of script changes from July 1965
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116.2 Blue pages of script changes from 20 October 1965
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116.3 Final shooting script, dated 30 July 1965, with revised pages dated 22 November 1965
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116.4 Blue pages of script changes from 23 November 1965
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116.5 Final shooting script, dated 30 July 1965, with notes made by Lehman after viewing rough cut, 10 December 1965
Notes
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116.6 Note about action in bar parking lot, undated
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116.7 Note for the collection from Lehman about the writing of the screenplay, 1966
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116.8 Notes Lehman made to himself about the story, undated
Production materials
Artwork, designs, and set plans
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osf 27 Blueprint for juke joint set, Lehman’s production calendar, and publicity artwork for stage production, undated
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116.9 Molding designs and sketches for wall plans, undated
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osf 17 Production design sketches and storyboard images, undated
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osf 18 Production design sketches, undated
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osf 20, osf 31 Set blueprints, undated
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116.10 Sketches of shot set ups from writer-producer/director conferences, undated
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116.11-12 Storyboard drawings (removed from binder), undated
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116.13, 117.1 Storyboard pages used during shooting (removed from binder), undated
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osf 19 Storyboards, house blueprints, and a map of Smith College, undated
Correspondence
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117.2 Congratulatory letter from Bob Jennings, 1966
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117.3 Between Lehman and Alan Schneider (director of the Broadway play), 1964-1965
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117.4 Casting, 1964-1965
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117.5 Script, 1965
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117.6 William Morris Agency, 1964-1965
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117.7 Draft of a letter to Taylor about fourth draft of script, undated
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117.8 Handwritten draft of a letter of apology from Lehman to Elizabeth Taylor, 1965
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117.9 Three letters from Jack Warner, wishing the company well as production began and worrying about the length and the language, 1965
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117.10 Letter from the production code administration saying that film may be unapprovable, 1965
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117.11 Letter to Jack Warner from Lehman announcing his decision to cast Burton as George, 16 October 1964
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117.12 Letters and telegrams primarily concerning casting, 1965, undated
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117.13 Letters of congratulations and condemnation, censor correspondence, correspondence re television broadcast, and reviews in Daily Variety and Hollywood Reporter, 1966-1973
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117.14 Personal correspondence and notes, 1964-1966
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117.15 Pre-production correspondence, 1965
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117.16 Pre-production, Production Code fights, and casting correspondence, 1963-1965
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117.17 Production correspondence, 1964-1965
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117.18, 118.1 Production correspondence, clippings and article in Cosmopolitan, October 1965, music notes, Lehman biographical sketch, and photographs of Lehman and Nichols at Smith College, 1964-1966
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118.2 Unsolicited correspondence (in folder labeled "junk"), 1964-1966
Financial and legal
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118.3 Bills for gifts (mostly flowers) sent to the cast by Lehman, 1965
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118.4 Breakdown of the cost of the set, 1965
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118.5 Contracts for cast and crew and correspondence with legal department, 1965
Detailed accounting of production costs
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198.1 June-October 1965
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198.2 October-December 1965
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198.3 Detailed accounting of set costs, July-December 1965
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118.6 Expense account statements, receipts, and correspondence, 1964-1965
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118.7 Lehman’s writer’s deal contract, 4 March 1964, and joint venture agreement, revised 31 August 1964
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118.8 Payroll records and job application letters for various crew positions, 1964-1965
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198.4 Production budget estimate, 1965
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119.1 Production cost statements, February-April 1966
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119.2 Proposed contract with Elizabeth Taylor, 15 January 1965
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119.3 Requisitions for office supplies, 1964-1966
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119.4 Weekly production cost summary for 3 July to 24 December 1965
Notes and other production materials
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119.5 Draft of list of questions for studio, undated
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119.6 Drafts of Lehman's test scenes for Honey, Lehman's thoughts about her, copy of call sheet for her screen test, 1965
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119.7 Lehman's handwritten note about meeting with the Burtons and the signing of Nichols to direct, clipped to New York Times article announcing the same, 10-12 December 1964
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119.8 Lehman's handwritten notes after a meeting in Paris with the Burtons regarding director and cinematographer, 19 November 1964
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119.9 Lehman’s identification badge for Northampton location shooting, 1965
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119.10 Lehman's list of possible directors finally approved by the Burtons, 1964
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119.11 List of possible art directors, undated
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119.12 List of possible assistant directors, undated
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119.13 List of possible composers, 1965
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119.14 List of possible film editors, undated
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119.15 Memo sent to all members of the company about the Northampton location, undated
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119.16 Note to Lehman from his wife concerning a message from Taylor's lawyers, undated
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119.17 Notes about casting and directing possibilities, 1964
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119.18 Notes made by Lehman in the search for a director, 1964
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119.19 Personal notes, correspondence and drafts of telephone calls with Elizabeth Taylor and Irene Sharaff, pages of draft dialogue, shooting schedules, publicity artwork, draft of credits, 1965-1966, undated
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119.20 Personal notes, correspondence, resumes, production materials related to casting and credits, and publicity artwork, 1962-1965, undated
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119.21 Photocopy of transcript of telephone conversation between Lehman and Elizabeth Taylor re assistant director, with note from Lehman dated 30 March, 1986
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119.22 Production materials including correspondence, notes, script breakdown, and location information, 1965-1966
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120.1 Receipts, notes, and correspondence from trip to London, Nice, and Cannes, Spring 1964
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120.2 Screen test for Sandy Dennis as Honey (played with Nick), original and several copies, undated
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120.3 Screen test for Sandy Dennis as Honey, marked as number two and noted as not being used, undated
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120.4 Sign, "George Segal’s Dressing Room," undated
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120.5 Timing breakdown from script dated 30 December 1964
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120.6 Timing breakdown from script dated 29 April 1965 (copy one)
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120.7 Timing breakdown from script dated 29 April 1965 (copy two)
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120.8 Timing draft (removed from binder), 16 May 1965
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120.9 Transcript of a recording of the film (voices only) issued by Warner; notes written in, undated
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120.10 Warner Brothers inter-office directory for 1964
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120.11 The Burtons’ home on location, undated
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196.5 Hair and makeup tests for Elizabeth Taylor, undated
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120.12-14 House set built on Stage 8 of Warner Brothers lot, and other behind the scenes photographs, undated
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196.6 Lehman taking a call on the set (in mat), undated
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121.1 Lehman with cast and crew between takes, undated
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121.2 Lehman with the cast in rehearsal on location, undated
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121.3 Lehman with Nichols and Burton on location, undated
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121.4 Location exterior photographs for art director, 1965, undated
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121.5-7 Location survey photographs of college campuses, undated
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122.1 Location survey photographs of west coast roadhouses, 1965
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122.2 Polaroid photos of Lehman and another man "on the way to see the Burtons," November 1964
Production journal by Lehman, "Fun and Games with George and Martha," 1965
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122.3-5 Carbon typescript, 1965
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122.6-7, 123.1 Typescript, copy one, with edits, book proposal, and copies of production photographs, 1986
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123.2-3 Typescript, copy two, 1986
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123.4-5 Word processed typescript, 1993
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124.1-2 Photocopied typescript, disbound, undated
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124.3 Production stills selected to accompany bound version of journal typescript, undated
Production schedules and reports
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124.4 Breakdown of the shooting of the film, 1965
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124.5 Call sheets, 1965
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124.6 Daily production reports from the beginning of rehearsals through the end of post-production, 1965
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124.7 Daily production reports from the location shooting sent to Lehman, 1965
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osf 27 Lehman's rough calendar, written in pencil on a folder, 1965
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124.8 Revisions to the shooting schedule on location, 1965
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124.9 Schedule from the final day of post-production recording, 1966
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124.10 Shooting schedules, 1965
Publicity materials
Clippings
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124.11 Advertisement in The Hollywood Reporter congratulating Lehman for winning the 1966 Writers Guild Award, 6 April 1967
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124.12 Announcement that Mike Nichols will direct in The Hollywood Reporter, 14 December, 1964
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124.13 Article about the film, New York Times, 13 December, 1964
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124.14, 125.1 Article about the film and Lehman in Cosmopolitan, October 1965
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205.3 Article about making the film and censorship problems with several photographs in Life magazine (two copies), 10 June 1966
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205.4 Article about Mike Nichols and directing the film in Saturday Evening Post, 9 October 1965
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125.2 Article about Mike Nichols from Time magazine, 27 November 1964
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205.5 Article about the plot of the play in terms of the relationships usually explored by the magazine, Ladies’ Home Journal, February 1966
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205.6 Article showing film still in first place in box office gross after six weeks, Daily Variety, 10 August 1966
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205.7 Article with many photographs (several in color) in Look magazine, February 1966
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125.3-4 Articles about the filming of WOOLF, 1965
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125.5 Articles about the filming of WOOLF, with Lehman’s revisions of article in McCall’s, 1965
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125.6 Articles about the film's problems with the Legion of Decency code, 1966-1967
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125.7 Brief article about Lehman and the movie, from Playboy magazine, February 1967
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125.8 Clipping of letter to Lehman from Jack Warner in The Hollywood Reporter, 1964
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125.9 Clipping of pre-production gossip column which names Patricia Neal as Martha, 1964
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125.10, 201 Clippings and publicity materials, 1964-1973
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125.11 Clippings of reviews and progress reports on the film, 1964-1966
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125.12 Clippings of reviews, correspondence, photographs of Lehman’s mother accepting National Council of Churches award on his behalf, and tickets, program, and invitation to Hollywood premiere, 1966-1967
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125.13 Clippings re Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Prize, and The Sound of Music, letter from David Brown, letter to Elizabeth Taylor, group photographs of Lehman with various colleagues, and script pages from Somebody Up There Likes Me and The King and I, 1956-1967
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126.1 Collage poster of still pictures by photographer Bob Willoughby as they appeared in magazines, 1966
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126.2 Daily Variety article re postproduction, 28 February 1966
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126.3 Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter articles about the signing of Taylor and Burton, 16 November, 1964
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200.13 Daily Variety reporting outstanding British grosses, 20 July 1966
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126.4 Daily Variety tally of 1966 Oscars, 11 April 1967
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205.8 Elizabeth Taylor talks about herself and her life in Life magazine, 18 December 1964
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126.5 Film Daily top ten films of 1966, 6 February 1967
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126.6 Insert with photographs of the film’s many Academy Award nominees in The Hollywood Reporter, 13 March 1967
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126.7 Lehman’s corrections to Cosmopolitan article, 1965
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205.9 McCalls magazine with a long article about the filming of the movie (two copies and a photocopy), June 1966
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200.14 New York Times full page ad a week and a half prior to the New York premiere, 12 June 1966
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126.8 Newspaper column mentioning Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and in a separate note, mentioning Lehman writing Hello Dolly, undated
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126.9 Publicity clippings, 1966
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126.10 Publicity clippings and correspondence, 1964-1966
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126.11 Publicity clippings from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Hello Dolly, 1966-1967
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206.1 Review in Life magazine, 22 July 1966
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126.12 Reviews in The New Yorker, 2 July 1966 and 9 July 1966, and Cue, 2 July 1966
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126.13-14 Reviews (mostly photocopies), with program from screening in Brisbane, Australia, 1966, undated
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126.15, 127.1-2 Reviews, publicity materials, correspondence, telephone directory, photographs (including casting headshots of Karen Black), and script pages with revisions, from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Hello Dolly, Sound of Music, and Portnoy’s Complaint, 1948-1972, undated
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127.3 Speculative articles as production was announced, 1964, undated
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127.4 Trade papers with pre-production guesses about who will star in film, 1964
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200.15 Two full page ads (Los Angeles Times Calendar, 12 June 1966, and Los Angeles-Herald Examiner, 12 June 1966) and an interview with the director (New York Times, Vincent Canby, 23 January 1966)
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127.5 Two mentions of Mike Nichols being signed as the director of the picture, Daily Variety, December, 1964
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127.6 Write up of the start up process of the film in the Los Angeles Times, 1965
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127.7 Correspondence re awards and photograph of The Writers’ Guild Laurel Award for Achievement, 1967-1972
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127.8 Correspondence re Hollywood premiere and after-party, 1966
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206.2 Council of the Churches of Christ award for film achievement (man against his darker nature); includes letter to Lehman's mother inviting her to come and accept the award on behalf of her son, 9 March 1967
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127.9 Draft with revisions and retyped version of a brief press summary, undated
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127.10 Guest list and invitations to the Los Angeles world premiere with champagne and supper at the Bistro, 21 June 1966
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127.11 Photographs of party after Hollywood premiere, undated
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127.12 Program from the 19th annual Writers Guild Awards Dinner, 1967
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127.13 Program from the 39th Academy Awards, 1967
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127.14 Publicity cost statements, 1964-1965
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127.15 Publicity stills, 1966
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128.1 Reminder list of films eligible for 39th Annual Academy Awards, undated
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128.2 Script of parody sketch from The Garry Moore Show, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Mouse," 1966
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128.3 Typewritten copy of a statement by Lehman for release to the press regarding his interpretation of the play, undated
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128.4 Writers Guild of America (WGA) newsletter listing Lehman's screenplay of Woolf as the winner of WGA Best Written American Drama award, 1967
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128.5 Typescript of the play, annotated by Lehman, 1961-1962
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128.6 Published playscript, some notes penciled in, Act III is removed, 1962
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128.7 Typescript of the play, with notes from Lehman on title page, 1963-1964
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129.1 Working copy of the playscript with notations by Lehman throughout, 1964
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129.2 Daily Mail review of stage play, 1964
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129.3 Review of original cast recording in Saturday Review, 1963
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129.4-5 Reviews of stage play, 1962-1964
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129.6 The Wreck of the Mary Deare (unproduced, 1957), story notes made by Lehman after extensive meetings with Alfred Hitchcock, circa 1957, with explanatory note by Lehman, 1962



Series II. Writings, 1935-1994

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129.7 24 Glittering Hours with Dorothy Kilgallen, The Voice of Broadway, article in Cosmopolitan, September 1950
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129.8 And Forget Again, short story in Aware, April 1962
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129.9 Another Father, typescript of unpublished short story, undated
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129.10 Are Wonder Drugs Losing Their Punch, two articles by Lehman (first is under pseudonym "Josephine Coe") in Cosmopolitan, February 1952
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129.11 Athlete's Heart, short story in Liberty, March 1948
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206.3 Beginner's Luck, short story in Collier’s, 25 July 1945
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129.12 Black Money, article which Lehman and David Brown helped prepare, in Harper’s, February 1939
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129.13 Brass Hats are Strange Guys, short story in Liberty, 11 March 1944
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129.14 A Break for the Kid, short story in Liberty, 17 June 1944
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129.15 Clear Connection, short story in Charm, April 1946
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206.4 Clear Havana Filler, short story by Lehman, also photo with wife on page 10, in Collier’s, 8 May 1948
The Comedian
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130.1 Typescript of short story (titled It Couldn’t Happen to a Nicer Guy), 1951
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130.2 Short story in Cosmopolitan, January 1952
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130.3 Screenplay of the Lehman novelette by Richard Collins, unproduced (later adapted for television by Rod Serling); "First Shooting Script," 20 September 1954
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130.4 Screenplay from Lehman novelette and Rod Serling's teleplay by Sam Neuman, unproduced, 1962
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130.5 Clippings and articles about The Comedian (including articles about the purchase of the television rights and reviews of the Playhouse 90 production), and book jacket of Signet paperback edition of The Comedian and Other Stories, 1952-1957, undated
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130.6 Newspaper article about Rod Serling's Playhouse 90 television adaptation of Lehman's novelette, undated
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130.7 Newspaper reviews of the television production, 1957
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130.8 Articles re suit filed by George Glass against a piece similar to Lehman's title in Daily Variety and Hollywood Reporter, 25 October 1966
The Comedian and Other Stories (1957)
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130.9 Typescript draft, undated
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130.10 Typescript with publisher's revisions, undated
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130.11 Mockups and proofs for title, dedication, and copyright pages in Signet paperback edition, 1957
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130.12 Transfers of copyright to Lehman for short stories published in The Comedian and Other Stories, 1957
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130.13 Clippings of reviews, 1957
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154.22 Correspondence with editor J. Bradley Cummings, 1957
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154.25 Letter to Lehman’s agent re content of short story collection, 7 June 1957
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154.26 Letter to representative of Sunset News chain re stocking book, undated
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131.1 The Conspiracy, short story in Liberty, December 1947
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131.2 Decline and Fall of the Roman Umpire, short story in Liberty, 14 April 1945
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131.3 Dejection Slips, satire in Saturday Review of Literature, 25 January 1947
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131.4 The Detective Behind the Counter, article by Lehman using the pseudonym Geoffrey MacBain in Cosmopolitan, January 1952
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206.5 The Devil With Harry, short story in Collier's, 13 May 1944
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131.5 Don't Be a Flop - Be Flip!, humorous article in Fascination, April 1946
Double Cross
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131.6 Typescript of short story, undated
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131.7 Short story in Liberty, 29 January 1944
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131.8 Double Sawbuck, short story in Liberty, 6 May 1944
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131.9 Dr. Berg, Backstop, article in American Mercury, May 1940
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131.10 End of Summer, short story in Liberty, August 1948
Exit
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131.11 Short story in Cosmopolitan, November 1950
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154.6 Press-Enterprise article about the Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire which was the subject of Lehman’s short story titled, Exit, 25 November 1962
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206.6 The Face on the Barroom Ceiling, short story in Collier’s, 30 March 1946
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131.12 The Fantastic Story of Gayelord Hauser, article in Cosmopolitan, May 1951
Farewell Performance (1982)
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131.13-14, 132.1-2 Manuscript and typescript draft pages (also includes drafts of Lehman at Large columns and correspondence), 1978-1982
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132.3 Typescript of the first 220 pages of the novel by Lehman, first draft originally titled Bluestern's Body, undated
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132.4, 133.1 Typescript draft fragments, research notes, and correspondence, 1981-1982, undated
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133.2 Typescript first draft, titled Bluestern's Body, copy one (red cover), undated
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134.1 Typescript first draft, titled Bluestern's Body, copy two (green cover), undated
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134.2 Typescript of later draft of the novel, with handwritten revisions, original pages and a label on the cover: ‘Switch A novel by Ernest Lehman,’ Part One, undated
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134.3 Typescript of later draft of the novel, with handwritten revisions, original pages and a label on the cover: ‘Switch A novel by Ernest Lehman,’ Part Two, undated
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135.1 Typescript of later draft of the novel with a note from Lehman, Part One, undated
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135.2 Typescript of "toned down" later draft, Part Two, undated
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135.3 Typescript of late draft, Part Two only, undated
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136.1-3 Typescript of draft sent to publisher, undated
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136.4-5, 137.1 Typescript with publisher’s copy edits, undated
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137.2 Xerox of manuscript with editing by Lehman and publisher prior to being typeset, 1982
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137.3 Page proofs with Lehman’s and editor’s corrections, 1982
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138.1-2 Page proofs with Lehman's personal and editor’s corrections, 1982
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138.3-4 Page proofs with dust jacket, the publisher’s copy corrections, and Lehman’s corrections added, 1982
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138.5 American hardback edition from McGraw Hill, 1982
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139.1 American paperback edition from Pinnacle Books, 1984
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139.2 British paperback edition from New English Library, 1984
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139.3 Ad for Lehman's second hardcover novel in The Hollywood Reporter, 15 April 1983
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139.4 Clippings and reviews, 1983
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139.5 The Fifth Avenue Bus, article in Cosmopolitan, June 1950
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206.7 Football for Feeble Fullbacks, article in Esquire, November 1946
The French Atlantic Affair (1977)
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139.6-7, 140.1-4 Typed and handwritten pages from early drafts of the novel, 1976, undated
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141.1 First part of an early draft, working title The Takeover, typed with handwritten revisions, undated
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141.2 Second part of an early draft, working title The Takeover, typed with handwritten revisions, undated
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141.3 Final part of an early draft, working title The Takeover, typed with handwritten revisions, undated
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142.1-5 Typescript with revisions and copyedits, undated
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143.1 Typescript draft with copyedits, book One of Three, undated
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143.2 Typescript draft with copyedits, book Two of Three, undated
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143.3 Typescript draft with copyedits, book Three of Three, undated
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144.1-2 Page proofs with publisher’s type corrections and Lehman’s handwritten corrections, 1977
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gf 1-2 Galley proofs, 1977
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144.3 Black and white photographs for dust jacket, 1977
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144.4 American hardback edition of Lehman's first novel, published by Atheneum, 1977
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145.1 American paperback edition of Lehman's first novel, published by Warner, 1977
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145.2 British paperback edition of Lehman's first novel, published by Pan, 1978
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145.3 French paperback edition of Lehman's first novel, published by Tchou, 1979
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146.1 Italian hardback edition of Lehman's first novel, published by Romanzo, 1980
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146.2 Japanese hardback edition of Lehman's first novel, 1980
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146.3 Spanish paperback edition of Lehman's first novel (El Secuestro del Transatlantico), published by Bolsillo, 1983
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146.4 Cover of the Pan paperback edition of FAA, 1985
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146.5 Correspondence, 1977, undated
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146.6 Daily Variety announcement of the sale of the film rights to MGM prior to publication, 16 February 1977
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146.7 Article on Lehman's novel in QST magazine which includes several ham operators as characters, August 1977
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146.8 Clipping of review from The Hollywood Reporter, 30 June 1978
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146.9 Clipping of New York Post paperback bestseller list, 24 June 1978
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146.10 Clippings of bestseller lists from NY Times and Publishers Weekly, 1978
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146.11 Press releases and clippings, 1977
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147.1-2, 197.1 Research materials gathered by Lehman's researcher, Suzanne Patterson, including clippings and printed materials and Lehman’s story notes and correspondence, 1962-1975, undated
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206.8 The Gay Evening, short story in Esquire, May 1946
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147.3 GIN!, humorous article in Fascination, May 1948
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147.4 Gossip Through the Ages, satire in Fascination, February 1946
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206.9 Greater Love Hath No Man, short story in Collier’s, 9 March 1946
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147.5 Hack Writer, article by Lehman and David Brown about Eddie Davis in American Magazine, May 1941
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206.10 Happy Hangover, short story in Esquire, August 1946
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147.6 He Brung Happiness To Millions, (rewrite of The Life Of Sammy Hogarth published in The Sweet Smell of Success and Other Stories), typescript, undated
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207.1 The High Road, short story in Esquire, June 1946
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147.7 Home Is Where You Hang Your Head, outline for a story Lehman never completed, undated, with note from Lehman dated 23 September 1962
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147.8 How to Stay Healthy This Winter, article in Cosmopolitan, September 1951
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147.9 How to Stop Runaway Productions, humorous article in Daily Variety, 23 October 1962
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207.2 Hunsecker Fights the World, short story in Collier’s, 17 April 1948
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147.10 I am Gazing into My Earl Well, parody column in Saturday Review of Literature, 26 May 1945
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147.11 I Can't Sleep, short story in Liberty, 24 February 1945
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147.12 Introduction, (first chapter of an autobiography?), typescript, undated
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207.3 Is Everybody Happy?, article by Lehman and David Brown about Ted Lewis in Collier’s, 27 May 1939
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147.13 Isn’t It Awful, short story written by Lehman while in college; first he ever submitted for publication, undated
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147.14 It All Depends on How You Work It, article in True, October 1950
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147.15 It Could Happen Here, guest column in Daily Variety about the breakup of the New York Yankees (paralleling the dissolution of MCA Artists), 26 July 1962
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147.16 It Could Never Get Wilder, in program for Writers Guild of America’s Preston Sturges Award reception for winner Billy Wilder, 1991
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148.1 The Jolson Nobody Knew, article "by Harry Akst as told to Ernest Lehman," in Cosmopolitan, February 1951
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148.2 Just for Variety, guest column by Lehman about the people who read the trade papers; opposite column mentions North by Northwest doing brisk business, in Daily Variety, 20 August 1959
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148.3 The Kid Grows Up, short story in Liberty, August 1949
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148.4 Lana Turner, article by Lehman, using the pseudonym Geoffrey MacBain, in Cosmopolitan, November 1950
Lehman at Large (column in American Film, 1978-1981)
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148.5 Screening Sickness in American Film, February 1978
Nobody Tries to Make a Bad Picture
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148.6 Manuscript, undated
Typescript with revisions, undated
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148.7 Typescript with letter to editor, undated
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148.8 American Film, March 1978
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148.9 Close Encounters of a Quibbling Kind, in American Film, April 1978
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148.10 He Who Gets Hitched, in American Film, May 1978
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148.11 Camelot West, in American Film, June 1978
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148.12 Soon to be a Major Motion Picture, in American Film, July-August 1978
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148.13 Tape No. 192, in American Film, September 1978
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148.14 Logan's Run, in American Film, October 1978
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148.15 American Film (does not contain column by Lehman), November 1978
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148.16 The Grouch, in American Film, December-January 1979
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148.17 Agent Dearest, in American Film, February 1979
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148.18 Exteriors, in American Film, March 1979
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148.19 The Industry, in American Film, April 1979
The Star System
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148.20 Typescript and clipping with Lehman’s edits, undated
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148.21 American Film, May 1979
Ubiquity Will Get You Nowhere, in American Film, June 1979
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148.22 The Realies, typescript, 20 June 1979
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148.23 On the Importance of Relative Importances, in American Film, July-August 1979
The Case of the Canceled Column
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149.1 Typescript, 19-20 June 1979
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149.2 American Film, September 1979
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149.3 Anthropology 101, in American Film, October 1979
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149.4 The New Hollywood, in American Film, November 1979
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149.5 Advice to the Lovelorn, in American Film, December 1979
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149.6 California Cinema School Curriculum, 1980, in American Film, January-February 1980
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149.7 And the Winner Is. . . in American Film, March 1980
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149.8 Shop Talk, in American Film, April 1980
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149.9 Comes the Video Revolution. . . in American Film, May 1980
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149.10 The Hollywood Party, in American Film, June 1980
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149.11 Hitch, in American Film, July-August 1980
Getting It On
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149.12 Manuscript, undated
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149.13 American Film, September 1980
I Can Dream, Can’t I?
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149.14 Manuscript, undated
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149.15 American Film, October 1980
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149.16 Strike While the Irony is Hot, in American Film, November 1980
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149.17 The Razor's Edge, in American Film, December 1980
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149.18 Hollywood Comes of Age, in American Film, March 1981
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149.19 The Producer, in American Film, April 1981
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149.20 If I Say So Myself. . . in American Film, May 1981
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149.21 The Film Critic, in American Film, June 1981
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149.22 Hooray for Hollywood, in American Film, July-August 1981
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150.1-2 Carbon of Lehman’s resignation letter from American Film, and manuscripts and typescripts of various "Lehman at Large" columns, 1978-1981
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150.3 Memo from the Chairperson of the Board, typescript of unsubmitted column, undated
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150.4 A Life Is a Life, short story in Liberty, 30 September 1944
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150.5 The Life of Sammy Hogarth, short story in Liberty, June 1948
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150.6 Mainly about the Voice of Broadway through a Keyhole, typescript of unpublished satire written by Lehman in college, 1935
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150.7 The Man Who Liked to Look at Women, short story in Charm, December 1945
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150.8 The Man Who Was Bored to Death, typescript of unfinished short story with revisions, undated
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150.9 Meet Me At The Drug, article (under pseudonym "Josephine Coe") in Cosmopolitan, February 1952
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150.10 Midnight at the Pentagon, article in Cosmopolitan, October 1950
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150.11 Names I Never Dropped ‘Til Now, in The Journal of the Writers Guild of America West, May 1992
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150.12 The Nicest Thing to Do, short story in Cosmopolitan, May 1949
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150.13 No Steak, short story in Charm, March 1947
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150.14 People Like Us, typescript of short story with revisions, undated
Playboy Interviews God
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150.15 Typescript of unpublished novella, circa late 1970s, with note from Lehman dated 1986
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151.1 Typescript, copy two, circa 1980s
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151.2 Puffs From the Powder Room, satire in Fascination, March 1946
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207.4 Return Engagement, short story in Esquire, September 1949
Screening Sickness and Other Tales of Tinsel Town (1982)
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151.3 Typescript drafts of introduction with revisions, 20 March 1982
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151.4 Page proofs with revisions and letter from publisher, 1982
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151.5 Paperback collection (based on American Film "Lehman at Large" columns) published by Perigee Books, 1982
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151.6 Review by Larry Gelbart of Lehman's book in The Hollywood Reporter, 17 December, 1982
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151.7 She Wanted Wings, article by Lehman and David Brown in Glamour, October 1941
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151.8 She Wore the New Dress Downtown, typescript of short story idea, undated
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151.9 The Silver Meteor, article in Cosmopolitan, March 1951
Slide, Darling, Slide!
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151.10 Short story in Cosmopolitan, April 1954
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151.11-13 Typescript of short story bound for submission to film or television by the William Morris Agency (three copies), undated
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207.5 The Small Sound of Applause, short story in Collier’s, 31 March 1945
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207.6 So Long Baby, short story in Collier’s, 24 February 1945
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151.14 ‘Story Ideas,’ several brief story ideas and sketches by Lehman; most never developed further, undated
The Sweet Smell of Success (Tell Me About It Tomorrow!)
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152.1 Typescript of novelette (Tell Me About It Tomorrow!), undated
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152.2 Tell Me About It Tomorrow!, novelette in Cosmopolitan, April 1950
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152.3 Tell Me About It Tomorrow!, tear sheets from Cosmopolitan, April 1950
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152.4 Tell Me About It Tomorrow!, first draft of play based on Lehman’s novelette by actor Everett Sloane, with Lehman's suggested revisions penciled in throughout, undated
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152.5 Typescript of novelette by Lehman, 16 December 1953
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152.6 Correspondence regarding stage musical adaptation, 1993
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152.7 Outline for stage musical version of The Sweet Smell of Success by Arthur Kopit, and correspondence with Kopit, 1994
The Sweet Smell of Success and Other Stories (1957)
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152.8 Typescript of novelette with Lehman’s revisions, 1957
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152.9 Typescript of novelette with publisher’s revisions, undated
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152.10 Typescripts of other stories in collection with publisher’s revisions, undated
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152.11 Correspondence regarding front matter of short story collection, 1957
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154.22 Correspondence with editor J. Bradley Cummings, 1957
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152.12 Notes about The Sweet Smell of Success, incomplete, undated
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153.1-3 Paste-up of published novelette, with paste-ups of Hunsecker Fights the World, and It’s the Little Things That Count, undated
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153.4 Table for Two, short story in Liberty, 18 November 1944
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153.5 The Unguarded Moment, short story in Cosmopolitan, July 1949
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153.6 Untitled manuscript with a series of gags, undated
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153.7 Walter Winchell on Broadway, column ghost written by Lehman in the Daily Mirror, 26 June 1942
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153.8 The Waxing, in Los Angeles magazine, May 1990
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207.7 The Way Men Are, short story in Collier’s, 8 December 1945
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153.9 Winchell at Work, article in Liberty, September 1949
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153.10 A Word on Plays, drama reviews in Dance, April 1946
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153.11 You Can't Have Everything, short story in Redbook, January 1950
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153.12 You Know How Actors Are, short story in Liberty, 4 November 1944
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153.13 You Pay for What You Get, short story in Argosy, October 1950
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153.14 You Scratch My Back. . ., typescript of a novel Lehman abandoned unfinished, though the story includes elements later used in the novelette The Sweet Smell Of Success, 1946, with note from Lehman dated 4 June 1986
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153.15 You're Only Young Twice, short story in Liberty, 8 June 1946



Series III. Correspondence, 1888-1994

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154.1 Telegram from Lehman’s grandfather, 1888
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154.2 Correspondence, 1939-1946
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154.3 Correspondence and clippings, 1942-1970
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154.4 Correspondence, financial documents, and notes taken at a meeting of the Hollywood Guilds Film Festival Committee, with tear sheets of short story, Clear Connection, from Charm magazine, 1946-1959, undated
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154.5 Letter to Sid Garfield, a fellow baseball fan, from Lehman about the Yankees clinching the pennant, 16 September 1947
Correspondence (mostly incoming, alphabetical by correspondent)
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154.6 D-F, and clippings, 1948-1962, undated
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154.7 H, 1954-1958
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154.8 I-K, 1954-1962, undated
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154.9 L, and clipping, 1954-1961
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154.10 M, 1952-1962
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154.11 N-P, 1956-1962
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154.12 Q-R, 1952-1959
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154.13 S, 1952-1962
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154.14 T-V, 1955-1958, undated
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154.15 W-Z, 1956-1962
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154.16 Correspondence, 1950-1958
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154.17 Correspondence, clippings, and invitations related to various films and writings, 1950-1969
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154.18 Correspondence between Lehman and his agents from the early days, also, copies of contracts, 1952-1964
Correspondence (mostly outgoing, alphabetical by correspondent)
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154.19 A, 1956-1957
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154.20 B, 1954-1959
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154.21 C, 1956-1958
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154.22 Cumings, J. Bradley, 1957-1958
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154.23 E-G, 1954-1958
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154.24 H, 1954-1958
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154.25 I-J, 1954-1958
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154.26 K-L, 1954-1959
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154.27 M, 1954-1958
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155.1 N-R, 1954-1958
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155.2 S, 1952-1959
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155.3 T-V, 1957-1958
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155.4 W-Z, 1954-1962
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155.5 Correspondence, clippings, notes, invitations, programs, and other printed material, including Screenwriters Guild bulletin, 1954-1964
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155.6 Correspondence related to several films, including The Prize, 1955-1961
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155.7 Letter to Lehman’s parents which describes his first meeting with Hitchcock, 1956
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155.8 Correspondence with Writers Guild of America, 1956-1957
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155.9 Letters and memos from J. Bradley Cumings, Associate Editor of Lehman's publisher, about short story collections, 1957
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155.10 Letters and memos from Lehman's publisher, New American Library, 1957
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155.11 Correspondence, invitations, and notes, 1957-1963
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155.12 Cover letter from Loudon Wainwright of LIFE magazine, with enclosed letter from Charles Champlin, Wainwright's letter asking Lehman to write a piece on ham radio for LIFE in his spare time, 18 January 1960
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155.13 Correspondence, 1961-1968
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155.14 Correspondence, clippings, and Writers Guild contracts, 1962
Christmas cards
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156.1-2 1962-1963
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156.3 1962-1964
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156.4 Letter to Writers Guild disbanding Festival Film Selection Committee, 1964
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156.5 Thank you note from Mary Ann Madden, Mike Nichols' secretary, 1965
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156.6 Happy birthday telegram from Sidney Guilaroff, 8 December 1965
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156.7, 157.1 Business correspondence removed from accordion file, 1966-1973
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157.2 Correspondence with William Morris Agency, 1966-1973
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157.3 Personal correspondence, 1966-1973
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157.4 Letter from Jack Warner expressing regret at not having been able to attend the Writer’s Guild Dinner and praising Lehman for his work on Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 30 March 1967
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157.5 Letter concerning the plight of Czechoslovakian film artists which Lehman signed, 1968
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157.6 Correspondence and clippings, 1977-1994
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157.7-8 Correspondence, story ideas, outlines, and drafts of Lehman at Large columns, 1981-1982
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157.9 Correspondence, 1993-1994
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157.10 Letter from Joan Barthel telling Lehman about an interview to be published in the New York Times, undated



Series IV. Professional and Personal Files, circa 1930s-1993

Amateur Radio
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158.1 Radio log books, notes of contact time and duration, 1958-1960
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158.2-3 Radio log books, notes of contact time and duration of all ham contacts, 1958-1962
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158.4, 159.1 QSL cards confirming ham radio contact between Lehman (K6DXK) and operators around the world, 1954-1958
Awards, Prizes, and Career Retrospectives
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159.2 Script for the 34th Academy Awards, used as a model while writing the 35th Academy Awards, 9 April 1962
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159.3 Notes Lehman made while helping to write the 35th Academy Awards program, 1963
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159.4 Programs, clippings, and other printed material relating to several years of Academy Awards, 1955-1964, undated
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160.1, 200.16 Academy Awards programs and clippings, 1987-1990
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160.2 Index cards with scene block-out of 60th Annual Academy Awards ("Oscar Show card game"). Lehman was one of head writers for telecast but was not allowed to create scripted dialogue during Writers Guild strike, 1988
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160.3 Ernest Lehman Film Retrospective, two pamphlets on Lehman's life and career written by U.S.C. film student Sammy Buck in March 1990 for the Lehman Retrospective presented at the University of Southern California, with Lehman's handwritten "thank you" speech, 15 April 1990
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160.4 Ernest Lehman Film Retrospective, correspondence, clippings, and guest book, 1990
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160.5 Guggenheim Fellowship, letter to Lehman from W.F. Libby inviting him to lunch to discuss the Guggenheim Fellowship for writers, 22 July 1966
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160.6 Lehman's acceptance speech for the Writers Guild Laurel Award, 1972
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160.7 Article in Daily Variety about Laurel Award for Writing Achievement won by Lehman, 22 March 1972
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160.8 Article in The Hollywood Reporter announcing Writers Guild of America Laurel Award for Lifetime Writing Achievement to Lehman, 22 March 1972
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160.9 Laurel Award for Writing Achievement, photograph of the plaque in the Boardroom of the Writers Guild of America West with Lehman's name engraved as winner of 1972, undated
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160.10 Screen Writers Guild Awards Dinner, programs from the ninth annual awards dinner; Lehman was nominated for Best-Written Drama (Somebody Up There Likes Me) and for Best-Written Musical (The King and I), 7 March 1957
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160.11 Screen Writers Guild Awards Dinner photographs and program, with typescript of speech Lehman made as presenter, 1961, undated
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160.12 Program for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ "Fade In ... Fade Out," a film writer's retrospective series, which began with North by Northwest with Lehman as first Honor Guest and Charles Champlin as moderator, 6 October 1970
Biographical Information and Personal Scrapbooks
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157.3 Biography of Lehman from James Denton, the Director of Publicity at Twentieth Century Fox, 4 April 1967
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160.13 Typeset pages from unidentified publication describing selected pieces of Ernest Lehman Collection, undated
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202 Pages and loose articles kept in a scrapbook by Lehman's father; many of his early fiction pieces, circa 1930s-1950s
Clippings
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160.14 Mostly travel-related, 1941-1962
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160.15 1946-1977, undated
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161.1 1946-1991
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161.2 Mention of Paramount project in Daily Variety, 30 June 1952
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161.3 Mention in Sidney Skolsky's column in New York Post of the birth of Lehman's second son, Alan, 28 September 1954
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161.4 Films in Review magazine naming Executive Suite and Sabrina among 1954’s best films, January 1955
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161.5 Re Comes a Day, a play Lehman invested in, and possible musical version of "Slide, Darling, Slide," with signed lithograph of H. J. Griffith and photograph of unidentified woman, 1954-1958, undated
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161.6 Gossip column in Los Angeles Examiner naming Lehman as working on a Hitchcock project, 1960
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161.7 Biographical article about Lehman, Daily Bruin Magazine, U.C.L.A., written by Burt Prelutsky and Larry Goldstein, 3 March 1961
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161.8 Clippings, correspondence, and printed material, including article concerning the break-up of MCA Artists, Ltd. talent agency (Lehman’s agents), 1962
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161.9 "End of an Era: The Eclipse of the Hollywood Star System," article from Cavalier with mention of Lehman, January 1963
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161.10 Advertisement in support of civil rights signed by Lehman in The Hollywood Reporter, 17 July 1963
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161.11 Reference to Lehman in article on Hollywood, Saturday Review, 29 August 1964
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161.12 POV, the periodical of the Writers Guild of America, with a mention of Lehman as one of the most successful writers, August 1964
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161.13 Photocopy of an article from Chicago American by Roy Newquist about writers in Los Angeles, mentions Lehman as "the area’s most illustrious screen writer," 28 February 1965
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161.14 Peter Bart’s article about the status of the Hollywood writer, New York Times, 6 March 1966
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161.15 Mike Jackson's column in Los Angeles Herald-Examiner discussing Lehman's life and career, 26 September 1967
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161.16 Negative of article "The Sweet Smell of Ernie’s Success" in the New York Times, about Lehman’s writing career in Hollywood, 24 November 1968
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161.17 Charles Champlin Los Angeles Times article about the forgotten contribution of screenwriters: Lehman is mentioned, 9 October 1970
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161.18 Article by Richard Boeth, "Screen-Writers of the 70's," includes Lehman, in Cosmopolitan, July 1975
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161.19 Alfred Hitchcock obituaries, 1980
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161.20 Crossword puzzles in which Lehman’s appears, 1982-1989, undated
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161.21 "A Tribute to Audrey Hepburn," special issue of People magazine (mentions Lehman by name), Winter 1993
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161.22 Newspaper column by Sidney Skolsky mentioning the honors bestowed on Lehman by the Screenwriters Guild, undated
Financial and Legal Records
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161.23 Personal financial records, voucher for the North by Northwest research trip, and notes about a contract to write The Children’s Hour, 1954-1957, undated
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161.24 Contracts, 1956-1957
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161.25 Legal documents, including Lehman’s apartment lease and Lehman’s contracts with MCA Artists, Ltd. for representation, 1956-1958
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161.26 Contracts with MCA Artists, Ltd. to act as his agent and legal correspondence, 1957-1963
Interviews
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161.27 Interview in Motion Picture Herald, 21 August 1954
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161.28 New York Herald Tribune column by Joe Hyams about Lehman, 11 September 1956
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161.29 Cosmopolitan magazine, Lehman is shown in a photo with Hitchcock and quoted in an article titled, "How Writers Work – Hollywood," August 1958
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161.30 Clipping of Murray Schumach's interview with Lehman in New York Times, 1961
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161.31 Interviews from various sources and times, 1961-1967
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162.1 Interview with Lehman in a "special edition" of Limelight, 1968
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162.2 Interview by Thomas Quinn Curtiss in the International Herald-Tribune, 30 July 1980
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162.3 Lehman's corrected copy of interview for "The Craft of the Screenwriter" by John Brady, 1980
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162.4 Page proofs of an extended interview with Lehman for John Brady's "The Craft of the Screenwriter," 1981
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162.5 Page proofs of "Credits Where Credits Are Due," a filmography of Lehman which appeared in John Brady’s "The Craft of the Screenwriter," 1981
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162.6 Interview with Lehman in Movieline, June 1990
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162.7 Typescript of Donald Spoto’s interview with Lehman about working with Hitchcock, for Spoto’s biography, "The Dark Side of Genius," undated
Notes
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162.8 Notes, correspondence, and telephone log, 1954-1962, undated
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162.9 Note from P.D. Knecht, head of Warner Bros. legal department, 18 March 1965
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162.10 Notes, undated
Photographs
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162.11 Family photographs, 1919-1922, undated
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162.12 Faculty and class of New England Radio Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, February 1942
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162.13 Portrait of Lehman, June 1956
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197.2 Lehman and Hitchcock on location for North by Northwest (mounted on black board), 1958
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197.3 Lehman with Paul Newman and Ina Balin on location for From the Terrace (mounted on black board), 1960
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197.4 Lehman and Elizabeth Taylor on location for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (mounted on black board), 1965
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197.5 Lehman and Mike Nichols on the set of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (mounted on black board), 1965
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197.6 Lehman and Richard Burton on location for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (mounted on black board), 1965
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162.14 Photographs of Lehman and Charles Champlin at Academy Theater, undated, also a clipping of an interview with Lehman by Dick Adler in Los Angeles Times WEST magazine, 13 August 1967
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197.7 Lehman and Gene Kelly on the set of Hello Dolly (mounted on black board), 1968
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197.8 Lehman with Gene Kelly and Barbra Streisand out of costume for Hello Dolly (mounted on black board), undated
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197.9 Lehman and Barbra Streisand at Los Angeles premiere party for Hello Dolly (mounted on black board), undated
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162.15 Portrait of Jackie and Ernie Lehman, 1970, and snapshots from the Lehmans’ fiftieth anniversary party, 18 January 1992
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197.10 Lehman and Richard Benjamin on the set of Portnoy’s Complaint (mounted on black board), undated
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197.11 Lehman with Lew Wasserman and Alfred Hitchcock at wrap party for Family Plot (mounted on black board), undated
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162.16 Portraits of Lehman, circa 1980s
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162.17-18 Portraits of Lehman, undated
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162.19 Black and white photograph of Elizabeth Taylor and an unidentified man, undated
Professional Activities and Organizations
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162.20 Course book listing screenwriting course which Lehman taught at Sherwood Oaks Experimental College, 1978
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162.21 Writers Guild of America, Producer-Writers Guild Theatrical Basic Agreement of 1960
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125.13 Photograph of the Writers Guild of America, West Screen Branch, April 1962
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163.1 Writers Guild of America, Artists’ Manager Basic Agreement of 1962
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163.2 Writers Guild of America, Producer-Writers Guild Theatrical Basic Agreement of 1963
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163.3 Program from the Writers Guild's seventeenth annual awards dinner, 1964
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163.4 Tenth Anniversary issue of the "Writers Forum," the WGA newsletter, July-August 1964
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163.5 "Writers Forum," the WGA newsletter, September-October 1964
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163.6 Program from the 18th annual Writers Guild of America awards dinner; Lehman won for Best Written Musical, The Sound of Music, 1966
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163.7 Writers Guild of America West, newsletters, Board of Directors memorandum, and requests for script validation during Writers Guild strike, 1966-1988
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163.8 Writers Guild of America West, correspondence, clippings, and notes, 1983-1985
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163.9 Writers Guild of America West, minutes from Board of Directors meetings, 1985
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163.10 Writers Guild of America, constitution and by-laws, undated
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163.11 Notes made at screenings of college films in Writers Guild college screenplay competition, undated
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163.12 Program from "word, script, image: THE ART OF SCREENWRITING," exhibition of materials from Harry Ransom Center’s collection, including stills from Lehman’s papers, 1989
Telephone Books
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163.13 Lehman's personal telephone book from the period immediately after he moved to Hollywood, circa 1950s
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163.14 One of Lehman's telephone books, undated
Travel and Events
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163.15 Brochures, postcards, and photograph from trip to Tahiti, 1956
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163.16 Lehman's driving permit from Tahiti, 1956
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163.17 Two columns from LA Times with favorable comment about Lehman's Tahitian vacation, 1956
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163.18 Itinerary of first European trip, 1958
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164.1-2 Programs, tour booklets, and other printed materials from European trip, 1958
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164.3-4 Receipts and records from Lehman's first trip to Europe in 1958; also contains materials from European trips in 1961 and 1964, 1958-1964
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164.5 Invitation and seating arrangements for luncheon with Nikita Krushchev at 20th Century Fox studio, 1959, and rules for balloting for 35th annual Academy Awards, 1959-1962
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164.6 "Remembering Hitch and Alma," event at University of Southern California School of Cinema-Televison, program and manuscript of Lehman’s speech, 1989
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164.7 Correspondence re Writers Guild trip to Moscow, March 1990
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164.8 Manuscript of eulogy for Irving Wallace and program from memorial service, 5 July 1990
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164.9 Program from memorial service for Maurice Zolotow, 7 April 1991



Series V. Collected Materials and Works by Others, 1931-1994

Books, clippings, and printed materials
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207.8 Autograph collection including signatures of Maurice Chevalier, Mary Pickford, and other actors pasted on leaf of paper, 1931, undated
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207.9 Autobiography of Jack Warner, signed to Lehman, printed in McCall's, September 1964
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165.1 Ballyhoo, a "new, short lived magazine," November 1931
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165.2 Continental Kick by Frederick Kohner, Bantam Books paperback edition autographed to Lehman by author, 1963
Coronet magazine
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165.3 November 1936
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165.4 December 1936
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165.5 Interview with CBS News executive Bill Leonard from Broadcasting, 1 March 1982
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207.10 Life magazine's second issue, collector's item, 30 November 1936
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165.6 London Theatre Bulletins from Twentieth Century-Fox, 15 February and 14 March 1966
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165.7 Maria, by Maria von Trapp, 1972
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165.8 Program of an eight film retrospective of Robert Wise, winner of Directors Guild of America Award, 1965
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165.9 Richard Burton by Melvyn Bragg, Warner Books paperback edition with Lehman’s annotations, 1988
Production materials
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165.10 Credits list for Doctor Doolittle, undated
My Fair Lady
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165.11 Call sheets for color wardrobe and makeup tests, 1963
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165.12 Memos re casting and other production business, 1963
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166.1 Memos and notes on casting, costumes, props, and photography; shooting schedules, 1963
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166.2 Pass to West Coast premiere, 28 October 1964
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166.3 Photocopy of envelope with note from Lehman explaining how materials were acquired, undated
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166.4 Photographs of hair and wardrobe tests of Audrey Hepburn and other cast members, undated
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166.5 Research notes, 1963
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166.6 Script pages from various versions, some with handwritten revisions, 1963
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osf 28 Shooting schedule chart, 1963
Scripts, stories, treatments, and reader’s reports
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166.7 Any Wednesday, play script by Muriel Resnik, undated
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gf 3 The Beautiful Life, galley proofs of novel by Edwin Gilbert, 1966
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166.8 The Children’s Hour, treatment by Lillian Hellman and published play script, 1953, undated
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gf 4 The Cincinnati Kid, galley proofs of novel by Richard Jessup, undated
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166.9 The Collector, first estimating draft screenplay by Stanley Mann and John Kohn, 17 February 1964
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166.10 Come Blow Your Horn, play script by Neil Simon, undated
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166.11 A Delicate Balance, play script by Edward Albee, 1966
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gf 5-6 The Detective, galley proofs of novel by Roderick Thorp, 1966
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167.1 Donovan’s Reef, shooting script by Frank Nugent and James Edward Grant, 13 July 1962, with letter from Lehman’s agent re writing credit (Lehman had written much earlier version of script titled South Sea Story but did not request credit for screen version), 18 October 1962
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167.2 Dylan, play script by Sidney Michaels, 1962
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167.3 A Fine Madness, screenplay by Elliott Baker, final draft 27 August 1965, with shooting schedule, 14 September 1965
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167.4 A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau, translated by John Mortimer, play script sent to Lehman by James Fisher, 15 March 1966
The Flim-Flam Man, screenplay by William Rose
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167.5 Second draft, 15 July 1966
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167.6 Final draft, with Lehman’s annotations, 15 August 1966
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168.1 How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, play script and clippings of reviews, 1961-1965
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168.2-3 The Interrupted Journey by John G. Fuller, photocopy of typescript draft with annotations, 1966
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168.4 Island of Fire, revised screenplay by Leslie Stevens, based on the novel Appointment with Dishonor by William H. Gage, Jr., 11 January 1960
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169.1 The Knave of Newgate by Charles de Grandcourt, treatment sent to Lehman by Alfred Hitchcock, circa 1957
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169.2 A Long Way From Home by Vern Sneider, treatment sent to Lehman by Ingo Preminger, 21 February 1957
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169.3 Lucy Crown by Irwin Shaw, uncorrected proof of novel sent to Hecht-Lancaster by Irving Paul Lazar and submitted to Lehman for possible screenplay, circa 1956
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169.4 The Man in the Brooks Brothers Shirt by Mary McCarthy, typescript of short story sent to Lehman by William Morris Agency, 23 September 1963
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169.5 Man of La Mancha, play script by Dale Wasserman, 1965
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169.6 Meeting at a Far Meridian, treatment sent to Lehman by Lester Cowan, 4 June 1962
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169.7 Myra Breckinridge, first draft screenplay by Gore Vidal, 21 July 1968
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169.8 Never Too Late by Sumner Arthur Long, play script, 1963
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170.1 Oliver!, play script by Lionel Bart, 1963
Project Pilgrim (or "The Pilgrim Project"), screenplay by Loring Mandel
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170.2 Revised first draft, undated
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170.3 Second draft, undated
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170.4 Shot in the Dark, screenplay by Harry Kurnitz adapted from a play by Marcel Achard, 29 September 1961
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gf 7-13 The Source by James Michener, galley proofs of novel, circa 1965
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170.5 Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction, collected and with an introduction by Arthur C. Clarke, uncorrected proof, Delacorte Press, 1966
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170.6 The Ugly American, revised final screenplay by Stewart Stern, 22 February 1962
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170.7 The Wapshot Scandal, outline of novel by John Cheever, 1964
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170.8, 171.1-5 MGM Story Department Weekly Bulletins: March 1, March 29, May 3, May 24, July 12- August 16, August 30, September 13-November 15, December 6, December 20, December 31, 1963; January 10-February 14, 1964
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172.1-2 Selected Stories (MGM Story Department Weekly Bulletins), 3 November 1965, 3 December 1965, 20 January 1966, 3 March 1966, 5 May 1966
Reader’s reports on various books, stories, and plays prepared by MGM Script Department (alphabetical by title)
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172.3 Reader’s report on The Mandarins by Simone de Beauvoir, 1956
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172.4 A-E, 1961
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172.5 F-L, 1961
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172.6 M-T, 1961
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172.7 1962
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173.1 A-B, 1963
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173.2 C, 1963
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173.3 D-E, 1963
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173.4 F-H, 1963
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173.5 I-K, 1963
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173.6 L, 1963
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174.1 M, 1963
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174.2 N-O, 1963
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174.3 P-R, 1963
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174.4 S, 1963
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174.5 T-W, 1963
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175.1 A-D, 1964
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175.2 E-P, 1964
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175.3 Q-W, 1964
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175.4 B-M, 1965
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175.5 O-U, 1965
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176.1 A-B, 1966
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176.2 C-D, 1966
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176.3 F-H, 1966
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176.4 I-K, 1966
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176.5 L-N, 1966
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177.1 O-P, 1966
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177.2 R-S, 1966
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177.3 T-Z, 1966
Works about Lehman
Dissertation, "Analysis of Processes Involved in Screenwriting as Demonstrated in Screenplays by Ernest Lehman," by Sharon Sue Rountree Hollenback, The University of Texas at Austin, May 1980
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177.4, 178.1-2 Unbound photocopy with Lehman’s corrections, 1980
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178-180 Bound copies, 1980
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181.1 Loose pages and title pages, with duplication receipts, 1993
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181.2 Lehman’s personal bound copy with his own alterations, 1994
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181.3 "Ernest Lehman, Filmmaker," article by Leonard J. Leff in Manuscripts, Fall 1982, journal, off-print of article, and photoready copy, 1982
"Dissertation, Ernest Lehman, Alfred Hitchcock, North by Northwest: A Case Study of Narrative Elaboration in Hollywood Filmmaking," by Jethro Michael Sims, The University of Texas at Austin, May 1990
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181.4 Bound copy with autographed dedication to Lehman, 1990
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181.5 Annotated pages from dissertation with cover note from Lehman, 1993



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208-212 Empty binders, boxes, accordion files, and folders for production materials from Portnoy’s Complaint, The Prize, Somebody Up There Likes Me, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, with annotations by Lehman



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213 Empty envelopes with annotations by Lehman



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Index of Selected Correspondents

  • Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998--156.1-2
  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--102.1, 155.14
  • Adler, Buddy, 1906-1960--20.6, 154.10, 155.6
  • Adler, Dick--22.6, 47.6
  • Akst, Albert, 1890-1958--154.19
  • Alford, Walter, -2003--47.6
  • Alicoate, Chas. A.--117.13, 127.7
  • Allan, Rupert--156.7
  • Allen, Larry--24.3
  • Allen, Steve, 1921-2000--20.6
  • Allenberg, Bert--154.18
  • Alpert, Hollis, 1916-2007--154.19
  • Ambler, Eric, 1909-1998--156.3
  • American Field Service--28.2
  • American Film--150.1
  • American Radio Relay League--68.2
  • Annunziato, Robert L.--127.7
  • Archerd, Army--126.15
  • Ascher, Stanley--117.13
  • Asher, Irving, 1903-1985--154.10
  • Ashley, Franklin--154.19
  • Ashley, Ted--47.6
  • Baker, Herbert--154.20, 157.3
  • Baker, Mary--154.20, 155.6
  • Baldwin, Richard--146.5
  • Bamberger, Henry--47.6, 117.13, 117.16, 118.6, 126.15, 127.8, 133.1, 154.8, 154.20, 155.6, 157.6, 157.9
  • Bamberger, Margaret--127.8
  • Barney, Jay--155.6
  • Barth, Wally--156.7
  • Barthel, Joan--156.7, 157.10
  • Bassing, Eileen, 1908-1977--68.6, 156.3
  • Beckerman, Sidney--47.6
  • Beecher, Milton M.--67.5, 67.7, 68.1, 72.5
  • Beldock, Lucy Geringer--152.6
  • Bell, David L.--157.7
  • Benjamin, Richard, 1938- --47.6, 56.6
  • Benoff, Mac--154.20
  • Bercutt, Max--118.5, 126.15, 127.7
  • Berger, Milton H.--127.8
  • Bergman, Alan--156.1
  • Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989--28.2
  • Berman, Pandro S., 1905-1996--67.6-7, 68.2-3, 68.6-7, 72.5, 154.20, 155.6, 155.14, 156.1, 156.3
  • Bernhard, Lazare--68.1, 104.8, 117.14, 127.8, 154.20, 155.6, 157.3
  • Bernsen, Harry, Jr.--154.16
  • Bernstein, Elmer--156.1, 156.3
  • Bernstein, Richard--117.13
  • Birdt, Marvin--156.7
  • Black, Cobey--155.6
  • Black, Karen, 1939-2013--47.6
  • Blaine, Louis--18.10
  • Blair, Nick--157.3
  • Blankfort, Michael, 1907-1982--154.20
  • Blaustein, Julian--117.13, 126.10
  • Blendinger, Jack--156.7
  • Bloom, Mel--24.3
  • Bloom, Shepherd--156.7
  • Bloomquist, Pavo V. I.--117.13
  • Bogle, Donald--156.7
  • Boswell, John--154.20
  • Bourne, Peter--71.5
  • Bowers, Hoyt--117.4
  • Brackett, Charles, 1892-1969--35.2, 35.2, 37.12, 154.20, 155.6
  • Bradford, Jack--27.5
  • Bradley, Omar Nelson, 1893-1981--156.7
  • Brady, John--19.6, 157.6-7
  • Brand, Harry, 1895-1989--27.5, 28.3
  • Brenner, Herb--68.1
  • Brooks, Donald, 1928- --156.7
  • Brooks, Richard, 1912-1992--22.6, 25.1, 27.5, 47.6
  • Brown, David, 1916-2010--22.6, 23.3, 24.2, 25.6, 27.5, 28.3-4, 29.1, 30.18, 47.6, 48.2, 117.13-14, 125.13, 126.15, 152.6, 154.2, 154.13, 154.17, 154.20, 155.6, 155.13-14, 156.2, 156.7, 157.2-3
  • Brown, Frank E.--23.1, 24.5, 25.1, 27.5, 28.3-4
  • Brown, Harry Joe, Jr., 1934-2005--117.18
  • Brown, Helen Gurley--29.1, 56.6, 71.5, 117.13, 117.16, 126.15, 154.17, 156.2
  • Brown, Ned--99.4, 154.16, 154.20, 155.6
  • Brown, Sam E.--27.5
  • Browning, Norma Lee--22.6
  • Brynner, Yul--154.20
  • Bunker, R. F.--156.7
  • Burke, Sonny, 1914-1980--117.13, 117.18, 126.15
  • Burton, Richard, 1925-1984--117.13, 117.15-17
  • Busch, Niven, 1903-1991--156.7
  • Butler, Ed--155.10
  • Caen, Herb, 1916-1997--67.7, 68.2, 157.3
  • Cahn, Sammy--67.7, 68.1
  • Calley, John--47.6-7
  • Callow, Ridgeway--47.6
  • Cameron, Peggy--154.4
  • Campbell, John--22.6, 23.1
  • Canby, Vincent--163.8
  • Cannon, Jimmy, 1910-1973--155.14
  • Caplan, Harry A., 1908-1994--47.6
  • Cates, Gilbert, 1934-2011--163.8
  • Cavalier Magazine--102.2
  • Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971--155.10
  • Channing, Carol--157.3
  • Champlin, Charles, 1926-2014--126.10, 155.12
  • Chaplin, Saul, 1912-1997--68.2, 88.10, 154.17, 157.3
  • Chemasi, Antonio--150.1
  • Chesnutt, David R.--157.8
  • Christenberry, Chris--23.4-5, 24.4-6, 27.5, 28.3
  • Citron, Herman--67.7, 156.7
  • Claman, Julian--17.14
  • Clayton, Dick--117.4, 156.7
  • Clemente, Frank Z.--154.4, 154.21
  • Coe, Barry--22.6, 27.5
  • Coghlan, Frank--22.6, 29.1
  • Cohn, Joseph J., 1895-1996--154.21
  • Coleman, Merritt B.--155.14
  • Combs, Carl--126.15
  • Comden, Betty--152.6
  • Cooper, Frank--117.13, 127.8
  • Corcoran, Jim--24.6, 25.4, 27.5-6, 28.3
  • Corey, Wendell, 1914-1968--102.3, 155.14
  • Cornyn, Stan--117.13
  • Covington, Suzanne--117.17
  • Cowan, Lester--154.8
  • Cowan, Warren J., 1921-2008--117.16, 126.10
  • Crowther, Bosley--154.4
  • Curtiz, Michael, 1888-1962--154.4, 154.21
  • Cumings, J. Bradley--68.1, 154.9, 154.13-14, 154.22, 155.5-6, 155.9-10
  • Danziger, Alice--117.16
  • Daves, Delmer, 1904-1977--117.4
  • Davis, Roger--23.4, 27.5, 28.3, 29.1, 47.6, 68.4, 117.16, 117.18, 154.18, 157.2, 157.6-8
  • Davis, Ruth--127.8
  • Davis, Thomas--68.1, 155.10
  • Day, Chico--23.1, 23.3-5, 24.4-6, 25.1, 27.5-6, 28.1-4, 29.1-2
  • De Cuir, John--27.5-6, 28.3
  • Delynn, Alan--154.6, 156.3, 157.1
  • Dennis, Sandy, 1937-1992--117.4, 117.13
  • Denson, John--154.8
  • Denton, Jim--22.6, 23.1, 24.5, 27.5, 28.3-4
  • De Silva, David--47.6
  • Detre, Jean--154.6-7, 154.10, 155.10
  • Devoe, Paul K.--27.5
  • De Vogüé, Ghislain--28.2
  • Directors Guild of America--157.1
  • Dolz, Sonia Herman--19.6, 157.6
  • Donen, Stanley--68.1-2
  • Doty, Alexander--157.6
  • Dougherty, Marion, 1923-2011--46.7, 47.6
  • Downer, Alan Seymour, 1912- --157.1, 157.3
  • Duffy, John, 1928- --47.6
  • Dunne, Dominick--47.6, 154.6-7
  • Dunne, John Gregory, 1932-2003--157.1
  • Eckert,George--47.6
  • Edens, Roger, 1905-1970--23.4-5, 24.4, 25.1, 27.5-6, 28.1, 28.3, 156.3
  • Edwin H. Morris & Co.--24.3
  • Ehrlichman, Marty--24.1
  • Ellenstein, Robert, 1923- --117.18
  • Ephron, Henry, 1912-1992--154.16
  • Epstein, Julius J., 1909-2000--127.8, 157.3
  • Evans, Robert, 1930- --157.3
  • Fadiman, William--117.14, 126.10
  • Fahringer, Helen--117.13, 117.16, 117.18, 127.8, 154.17, 157.1
  • Fairbairn, John--27.5
  • Falconer, Haven--154.6
  • Farber, Stephen--157.1
  • Fay, Sylvia--47.6
  • Feeder, Bill--117.16
  • Fehr, Rudi--47.6, 117.16, 126.15, 127.8
  • Feins, Bernard--47.6
  • Feldkamp, Fred--155.14
  • Feldman, Lew David--117.14
  • Ferguson, Frank--22.6, 23.3-5, 24.3, 24.5, 27.6, 28.1-4
  • Field, Sydney--117.14
  • Fields, Freddie--27.5, 28.3, 117.18
  • Film Daily--155.14
  • Findlay, Hal--117.16
  • Fischer, Stanley--127.8
  • Fitzgerald, Wayne--27.5, 28.3
  • Fleischer, Richard--117.18
  • Fleischer, Stanley--126.10
  • Forbes, Bryan, 1926-2013--117.14, 117.16
  • Fore, William F.--117.13, 127.7
  • Forrest, Robert A.--68.2
  • Foster, David--157.8
  • Francis, Harry--157.1
  • Frankenheimer, John, 1930-2002--117.18, 154.23
  • Friedkin, John--22.6, 23.1, 24.4
  • Freed, Arthur, 1894-1973--102.3, 117.18, 154.23, 155.5
  • French, Hugh, 1910-1976--117.16, 119.22
  • French, Robin--118.5, 157.1
  • Fryer, Robert--157.3
  • Gang, Martin--117.13, 127.8
  • Garfield, Sid--22.6, 68.6, 154.5, 154.7, 154.23, 155.14, 157.1
  • Geissmann, Robert--22.6
  • Gerber, David--27.6
  • Gerbner, George--154.23
  • Gerlach, George--154.7
  • Gersh, Phil--7.5, 27.5, 47.7, 117.12-13, 117.18, 157.9
  • Gershwin, Jerry, 1926-1997--117.14
  • Gibney, Frank, 1924-2006--154.13, 154.23
  • Gidding, Nelson--102.3, 157.3, 156.1-2
  • Gillette, Don Carle--117.16, 126.10
  • Gilmour, Clyde--154.3, 154.16, 154.23
  • Glass, George--154.7, 154.23, 155.10
  • Goetz, William, 1903-1969--117.13
  • Gold, Herbert, 1924- --154.7
  • Golding, David--154.7, 155.10
  • Goldstein, Bob--47.7, 155.5
  • Goldstein, Garry--104.8
  • Golob, Herman--154.3
  • Goodman, Ezra--154.6
  • Goodman, Walter--154.23
  • Gottlieb, Lester--47.6, 155.14
  • Gould, Blake--157.1
  • Gould, Elliott--157.3
  • Gould, Joseph--99.4
  • Gousman, Irving--117.5, 156.2
  • Graham, Sheilah--157.1
  • Graziano, Rocky, 1922-1990--154.7
  • Grauman, Walter E.--132.2, 157.8
  • Green, Abel, 1900-1973--154.14, 155.14
  • Green, Adolph--152.6
  • Green, Bernie--117.18
  • Green, Johnny, 1908-1989--104.8, 155.14
  • Greenberg, Abe--117.13
  • Greenfield, Felix--117.14
  • Greenlaw, Charles--47.7, 48.1-2, 117.12, 117.14, 117.16, 118.5, 119.22, 126.15
  • Greenspan, Lou--117.18
  • Gross, Lee--47.7
  • Guilaroff, Sydney, 1907-1997--156.6
  • Guild, Leo, 1911- --22.6, 117.13
  • Haber, Joyce--47.7
  • Halprin, Sol--24.2, 25.1, 28.1-3
  • Halsey, Reece--154.18
  • Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960--37.15, 154.7, 154.16
  • Hanley, Richard--117.16
  • Hanna, Mark--154.7, 154.16
  • Hargrove, Bennett--146.5
  • Harris, Radie--117.14
  • Hart, Henry--154.24
  • Hartman, Don, 1900-1958--154.7
  • Harvey, Helen--117.18
  • Harvey, Mary Kersey--117.16
  • Haslam, Courtney--24.4-5, 27.5, 28.1, 28.3
  • Haworth, Joe--47.7
  • Hayden, Jeffrey--81.5, 157.7
  • Haydon, Brownlee--117.14
  • Heacock, Paul--157.6-8
  • Hecht, Harold, 1907-1985--117.14
  • Helmick, Paul--23.1, 23.3-5, 24.5, 25.1, 25.4, 27.5, 28.1-4
  • Henry, Edd--5.8, 40.8, 154.7, 154.24, 155.11, 156.1, 156.3
  • Henshaw, Jere--157.2
  • Hepburn, Audrey, 1929-1993--154.24
  • Herbert, F. Hugh (Frederick Hugh), 1897-1958--154.8
  • Herman, Jerry, 1931- --24.5, 28.1, 157.3
  • Hill, George Roy, 1921-2002--68.6
  • Hill, James, 1916-2001--99.3, 154.7
  • Hiller, Walter N., Jr.--117.4, 117.18
  • Hirsch, Arnold--117.13
  • Hirshan, Leonard--117.16, 157.2
  • Hirshberg, Jack--22.6, 28.1-2, 47.6
  • Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980--18.2-3, 78.5, 154.7, 154.16
  • Hoff, Esther--127.8
  • Hoffman, Denis C.--27.5
  • Hoffman, Irving, 1909-1968--68.2, 95.5, 117.14, 126.15, 154.16, 154.24, 155.14, 157.3, 161.8
  • Hoffman, Samuel--126.15
  • Hollingworth, Kay--28.1, 28.3-4
  • Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972--46.7, 47.7, 157.3
  • Hopper, Hedda, 1890-1966--117.14
  • Horwitt, Arnold, 1918-1977--155.14
  • Hough, Stan--21.7, 24.2, 24.5, 25.1, 27.5-6, 28.1-3, 29.1, 47.7, 48.2, 88.10
  • Houseman, John, 1902-1988--154.26
  • Howard, John--28.2
  • Howe, James Wong--47.7
  • Hurst, David, 1926- --47.7
  • Hutto, Jack--24.5, 28.1, 28.3
  • Hyams, Joe--47.7, 117.13
  • Hyams, Nessa--46.7, 47.1, 47.5, 47.7
  • Ilson, Bernie, 1924- --157.6
  • Inglis, Frances, 1910- --154.8, 154.25, 155.8
  • International Management Associates, Ltd.--68.1
  • Isenberg, Charles--155.14
  • Jackson, Barnaby--19.6
  • Jackson, George H.--117.13
  • Jackson, Phyllis--99.4, 154.8, 154.25, 155.5, 155.9-10
  • Jacobs, Arthur P.--88.10, 117.14, 154.16, 154.25, 157.3
  • Jacobs, Lou--117.4, 117.16
  • Jacoby, Coleman--154.25
  • Jaffe, Eddie--117.14
  • Jennings, Bob--117.2, 117.13, 126.10
  • Jones, Clifford, 1907-2001 ("Philip Trent")--157.8
  • Kadison, Stuart--154.8
  • Kaiser, Miles--117.13
  • Kalmenson, Ben--117.17, 126.10
  • Kamber, Bernard--155.10
  • Kamen, Stan--27.6, 117.13, 127.8
  • Kane, Art--47.7
  • Kanin, Fay--127.8
  • Kanter, Hal--47.7, 68.1
  • Kanter, Jay I.--67.7, 155.11
  • Kaplan, Leon--27.6, 117.18
  • Kaplan, Mike, 1918- --157.1
  • Kaplan, William--28.1, 28.4
  • Karen, Anna, 1936- --23.3
  • Kates, Arthur (Sunset News)--154.26
  • Katz, Norman B.--47.7
  • Kellog, Phil--154.18
  • Kelly, Gene, 1912-1996--23.1, 23.4-5, 24.6, 27.6, 28.1, 28.3
  • Kemeny, Peter--157.1
  • Kemm, Harry R.--27.6
  • Kennedy, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1888-1969--126.15
  • Kerr, Deborah, 1921-2007--154.8, 154.26
  • Kerz, Leo--47.7, 68.1-2
  • Kidd, Michael, 1915-2007--24.4, 24.5, 27.5, 28.3
  • Kinberg, Jud--117.13, 117.18, 154.26, 155.5
  • Kingsley-Smith, Terry--117.4
  • Kirby, Blaik--157.1
  • Kirsch, Robert R., 1922-1980--154.14, 154.26, 155.10, 157.1
  • Klemesrud, Judy--47.7
  • Klinger, Henry--27.6
  • Knecht, P. D.--47.7, 117.12-13, 117.16, 117.18, 118.5, 126.15
  • Knopf, Christopher--157.3, 156.2
  • Know, Kevin--117.17
  • Knox, Mickey--157.3
  • Koch, Howard W., 1916-2001--117.12, 157.3
  • Koch, Neal--157.6
  • Kohner, Frederick--154.8, 157.3
  • Kojima, Masamori--155.14
  • Kopit, Arthur, 1937- --152.7
  • Kroll, Lucy--117.4, 117.18
  • Kronwith, Steve--157.7
  • Kuhn, Edward, Jr.--155.5
  • Kuhn, Tom--117.13
  • Kupcinet, Irv--22.6
  • Lang, Walter, 1898-1972--154.26
  • Lantz, Robert--47.7, 117.4, 117.13-14, 117.16-17, 118.5, 154.3, 157.1, 157.3
  • Lapolla, Paul--155.5, 154.26
  • Lasky, Victor--154.26
  • Lastfogel, Abe--27.5, 28.3, 68.1, 71.5, 117.6, 117.16, 117.18, 154.18, 155.13, 156.2, 157.2-3
  • Laster, Owen--19.6
  • Latham, Bill--47.7, 117.13, 117.18
  • Lax, Oscar--27.6
  • Lazar, Irving, 1907-1993--67.7, 117.16
  • Lear, Norman--157.3
  • Lederer, Richard, 1916-2007--47.7, 48.1, 117.13, 117.17, 118.5
  • Leff, Perry B.--155.14
  • Lehman, Alan--132.2, 157.8
  • Lehman, Ernest, 1915-2005--4.5, 5.8-6.1, 7.5, 18.2-4, 18.10, 19.6-7, 20.6, 21.7, 22.6, 23-24, 25.1, 25.4, 25.6-7, 27.5-6, 28, 29.1, 29.7, 30.18, 35.2, 35.4, 37.14-16, 40.8, 46.3-5, 46.7, 47.1-7, 48.1-2, 56.6, 67.5-7, 68.1-6, 71.5, 72.2, 72.5, 78.5, 81.5-6, 82.1, 88.6-7, 88.10, 89.5, 95.5, 99.3-4, 102.1-4, 104.8, 117.2-9, 117.11-18, 118.2, 118.5-6, 119.19, 119.22, 120.1, 125.12-13, 126.10, 126.15, 127.7-8, 132.2, 133.1, 146.5, 147.1, 150.1, 152.6-7, 154.2-27, 155, 156, 157, 160.4-5, 163.8, 167.1
  • Lehman, Gertrude--117.13, 156.2-3, 206.2
  • Lehman, Jackie--155.5, 155.13
  • Lehman, Paul--154.9, 156.2-3
  • Lehman, Roger--29.1
  • Leigh, Janet--68.1
  • Leipziger, Mary--47.7
  • Lennart, Isobel--157.3
  • Lester, Edwin--155.5
  • Levy, William Turner, 1922-2008--157.1
  • Lewis, Jerry D., 1912-1996--154.26
  • Lewis, Joe E.--157.1
  • Lewis, Mort R.--163.8
  • Libby, Willard F.--160.5
  • Lichter, Mort--47.7
  • Lickter, Mort--117.13, 126.10
  • Lieber, Perry--155.5
  • Lindsay, Cynthia--117.15
  • Lindsay, John V. (John Vliet)--27.5
  • Linsk, Lester--117.18, 127.8
  • Lippin, Renee--47.7
  • Livingstone, Percy--27.6, 154.17
  • Loew, Arthur M., Jr.--20.6
  • Loggins, Roy--27.6
  • Lord, Sterling--157.3
  • Lubin, A. Ronald--102.1, 117.14, 117.18, 154.9, 157.3
  • Lyon, Fred--154.26
  • Lyons, Leonard, 1906-1976--47.7
  • Lyons, Stuart--23.3, 24.2
  • Mabry, Moss--47.7
  • MacEwen, Walter, 1906-1986--117.4, 117.12, 117.14-18, 118.5-6, 119.22, 126.10
  • Mackendrick, Alexander, 1912-1993--160.4
  • Machtinger, Sidney J.--154.10, 154.27
  • MacKenna, Kenneth, 1899-1962--154.10, 154.16, 154.27
  • Madden, Mary Ann--156.5
  • Manogue, Edward C.--28.1
  • Manuel, Alvin G.--155.10
  • Manulis, Martin, 1915-2007--28.1, 28.4, 154.27
  • March, Carolyn--47.7
  • Marmor, Judd--157.3
  • Martin, Ernest H., 1919-1995--117.14
  • Mason, Todd--23.1, 28.1
  • Mayberry, Elise--28.1-2, 28.4
  • MCA Artists, Ltd.--40.8, 68.1
  • McCarthy, Frank, 1912-1986--28.1, 28.4, 104.8, 117.13, 154.10, 156.1
  • McCorkle, George--68.1, 154.10, 155.14
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company--157.7-8
  • McHugh, James, Jr.--28.1, 28.4, 68.2, 117.13
  • McIntyre, Harry--24.3
  • McLaughlin, Joseph--118.5
  • McLean, Barbara, 1903-1996--28.1, 28.3-4
  • McLean, Owen--23.1, 23.3-5, 24.2, 24.5, 25.3-4, 27.6, 28.1-2, 47.6, 154.18
  • McWhorter, Richard--46.7, 47.5-7, 48.1-2, 154.10
  • Mehring, Margaret--160.4
  • Melman, Gerry--28.1, 28.3
  • Merman, Doc--21.7, 23.3-5, 24.3, 25.1, 27.6, 28.1-4
  • Merrick, David, 1911-2000--22.6, 24.2
  • Meyer, Irwin--7.5
  • Meyers, Edward M.--157.3
  • Mich, Dan D. (Daniel Danforth), 1905-1965--154.27
  • Michaels, James W.--117.18
  • Millar, Stuart, 1929-2006--67.7
  • Minetree, Harry--47.7
  • Mines, Harry--23.1
  • Moffat, Ivan--154.27
  • Moffitt, John C., 1901-1969--154.27
  • Moonjean, Hank, 1935- --47.7, 68.6
  • Moore, Michael, 1914-2013--47.7, 48.1
  • Morehead, Albert H. (Albert Hodges), 1909-1966--154.10, 154.15
  • Morey, Ed--47.7, 48.1-2
  • Morris, Edwin H.--24.3
  • Morton, Lewis--117.14, 119.19
  • Moss, Marvin A.--67.7
  • Muller, Julian P.--154.16
  • Mulligan, Gerry--117.14
  • Mulligan, Robert, 1925-2008--154.27, 155.5
  • Murphy, Franklin D., 1916-1994--102.1
  • Musgrove, Stan--117.14
  • Myers, Peter S.--23.1, 28.1
  • Naar, Joe--48.1
  • Nasatir, Marcia--156.7
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People--28.1
  • National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Broadcasting and Film Commission--117.13, 127.7, 206.2
  • Nelson, George, 1927-1992--48.1
  • New American Library--68.1, 152.11, 155.14
  • Newcomb, Patricia--23.1-2, 23.5, 24.3, 28.1
  • Newman, Lionel, 1916-1989--24.3-6, 25.4, 48.1
  • Newman, Paul, 1925-2008--156.3
  • Newquist, Roy--117.18, 126.15, 154.17
  • Nicholas, Frederick M.--154.11
  • Nichols, George Louis, 1917- --155.14
  • Nichols, Mike--117.4-5, 117.9, 117.14, 119.22, 126.10, 126.15, 154.17
  • Nolte, Ronald A.--19.7
  • Norman, Philip, 1943- --23.1
  • North, Alex--126.15
  • North, Edmund H., 1911-1990--155.1
  • O’Brien, Robert, 1918-2005--67.5, 157.1
  • Olding, Dorothy--157.2
  • Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994--102.1
  • Orman, Milton--117.14, 118.2
  • O’Steen, Sam, 1923-2000--48.1
  • Paget, Clarence--155.10
  • Pakula, Alan J., 1928-1998--154.4, 154.11, 155.11
  • Panama, Chuck--155.1
  • Parker, Jerry--48.1
  • Parrish, Dennis--48.1
  • Parrish, Robert--155.1
  • Patterson, Suzanne--147.1
  • Peck, Seymour--48.1, 157.1
  • Peterson, Eileen--23.1-2
  • Petit, Patrick--23.1
  • Peyser, John, 1916-2002--68.1
  • Pickman, Milton E.--28.2, 28.4, 117.16
  • Pix Incorporated--117.16
  • Playboy (Chicago, Ill.)--102.1, 117.14, 157.1
  • Plummer, Christopher--88.9
  • Pluntze, John--157.7
  • Podhoretz, Norman--157.1, 157.3
  • Poe, James, 1923-1980--127.7
  • Poe, Seymour--23.4, 27.5, 28.3, 94.15, 157.1
  • Polaire, Hal W.--117.12, 117.16, 118.5, 126.15
  • Pollock, Louis--154.4, 154.11, 154.14, 155.1
  • Powers, James--157.1
  • Praeger Publishers--117.13
  • Prelutsky, Burt, 1940- --67.7, 68.2
  • Preminger, Ingo--117.15
  • Putnam, Tracy Jackson, 1894-1975--155.1
  • Quigley, Martin, 1917-2011--28.1, 28.4
  • Rainer, Tristine--157.6
  • Raker, Jim--117.14
  • Random House (Firm)--102.1
  • Raphel, David--23.3, 28.2
  • Reber, Gary--157.7
  • Rebner, Meta--154.17
  • Redford, Robert--117.4
  • Reggiani, Franco--154.12
  • Reis, Irving, 1906-1953--154.12
  • Reynolds, William, 1910-1997--27.5, 28.1-2
  • Rhodes, Dick--157.7
  • Rivkin, Allen, 1903-1990--47.6, 48.1-2, 67.7, 117.14, 154.12-13, 155.5, 155.11, 155.14
  • Roberts, Ben, 1916-1984--155.1
  • Roberts, Helen--125.12
  • Robertson, Peggy--5.9, 6.1, 78.5, 117.13, 126.10
  • Robinson, Bill--125.12
  • Robinson, Thomas J.--81.6
  • Robson, Mark, 1913-1978--154.12
  • Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979--88.6-7, 89.5, 95.5, 155.5, 157.1
  • Rogard, Louis--28.1
  • Rogers, Henry C.--117.16
  • Rogers, Ted--67.7
  • Rosen, Arnie--155.1
  • Rosenberg, Frank P.--117.13, 155.1
  • Rosenberg, Meta--67.7
  • Rosenfeld, Mike--23.3, 28.1
  • Rosenfield, Jonas--22.6, 23.1-2, 24.6, 28.4, 29.1, 48.1
  • Rosenthal, Ann--154.18
  • Ross, Joseph--40.8, 155.1
  • Rosten, Leo, 1908-1997--154.12
  • Roth, Philip--48.1, 154.3
  • Ruben, Aaron--157.3
  • Ruttenberg, Joseph, 1889-1993--155.1
  • Saint, Eva Marie, 1924- --155.5
  • Samuels, Sid--23.2, 24.3, 28.2, 28.4
  • Samnick, Norman--48.2
  • Samson, Leonard--126.10
  • Schaefer, Carl--117.14, 126.10
  • Schary, Dore--155.2
  • Scheuer, Philip K.--117.13
  • Schiller, Lawrence--157.6
  • Schnee, Charles, 1916-1962--81.6, 154.16, 155.14
  • Schneider, Alan, 1917-1984--117.3, 117.17, 154.17
  • Schoenfeld, Joe--117.12-13, 117.18, 126.10, 126.15
  • School of Visual Arts (New York, N.Y.)--157.8
  • Schreiber, Lew--37.14, 155.2
  • Schwarz, Monique--157.6
  • Scott, John--23.2
  • Screen Writers’ Guild--155.2
  • Seaton, George, 1911-1979--40.8, 117.13, 127.8, 155.2
  • Segal, George--117.15-16
  • Seiz, Paul H.--23.1
  • Selden, Samuel, 1899-1979--117.14
  • Sellers, Alvin L.--117.13
  • Sellers, Arlene--117.13, 127.8
  • Seman, Darryl--48.1
  • Serling, Rod, 1924-1975--156.3, 157.1, 157.3
  • Sharaff, Irene--27.6, 28.4, 117.13, 117.16, 117.18, 119.22, 154.17
  • Sharf, George--81.6
  • Sharin, Eugen--157.2
  • Shapazian, Robert--48.2
  • Shavelson, Melville, 1917-2007--154.13, 156.1
  • Shaw, David, 1943-2005--157.7
  • Shaw, Peter--127.8
  • Shenson, Walter--125.12
  • Shepherd, Richard A.--117.18, 126.15
  • Sherman, Robert M.--117.4, 117.16
  • Shinn, John--117.18, 126.10
  • Shlyen, Ben--102.4, 155.2
  • Shurlock, Geoffrey M.--28.2, 28.4, 72.2, 117.10
  • Siegel, Jerome S.--155.5
  • Siegel, Sol C., 1903-1982--68.2-3, 154.13
  • Skolsky, Sid--155.2
  • Slater, Leonard--154.13
  • Sloane, Everett, 1909-1965--154.13, 155.2
  • Small, Edgar, 1923- --117.13, 126.10, 127.8, 154.13, 155.2
  • Smith, Bernard, 1907-1999--154.13, 155.2
  • Smith College--117.16
  • Smith, Jack--27.5, 28.1-4, 48.2
  • Smith, Liz, 1923- --29.7, 48.2, 157.1
  • Smith, Richard M.--163.8
  • Society of Motion Picture Art Directors--27.5, 28.3
  • Soglio, Anthony--117.4
  • Sokolov, Harry--23.4, 28.2, 48.2
  • Sommer, Elke--67.5
  • Spivack, Murray, 1903-1994--24.6
  • Spoto, Donald, 1941- --157.7
  • Springer, John--117.16, 126.10
  • Spritzler, Ramon J.--104.8, 155.14
  • Stadlen, Lewis J.--47.7
  • Stark, Ray--117.13, 126.10
  • Steinberger, Bert--48.2
  • Steiner, Jerry--117.4, 117.13, 127.8
  • Stephenson, George--24.3-5, 27.5, 47.6
  • Stern, Stewart--125.12
  • Stevens, Connie, 1938- --117.4
  • Stevens, George, Jr., 1932- --117.14, 156.3, 157.5
  • Stewart, Michael, 1929-1987--28.2, 28.4
  • Stoller, Morris--117.6, 117.13, 117.18
  • Straus, Roger W. (Roger Williams), 1917-2004--157.1
  • Strauss, Helen M. (Helen Marion), -1987--67.7, 117.16, 117.18, 154.13, 154.18, 156.3
  • Strauss, Theodore, 1912-1989--154.13
  • Streisand, Barbra--23.4-5, 25.4-5, 28.2, 28.4, 157.1
  • Striepeke, Dan--23.3-5, 27.6, 28.1-2, 28.4, 46.5
  • Stulberg, Gordon, 1924-2000--157.1
  • Sturges, John, 1910-1992--155.2
  • Sullivan, Eleanor--157.7
  • Swanson, H. N.--18.2, 117.14
  • Swofford, Thomas--117.13
  • Taradash, Daniel, 1913-2003--154.14, 156.3, 156.7, 157.1
  • Taylor, Elizabeth, 1932-2011--117.7-8, 117.13, 117.15, 117.17, 125.13, 155.3, 160.4
  • Taylor, Sam--156.7
  • Tennant, Bill--117.4
  • Thacher, Russell, 1919-1990--117.14
  • Thielmann, Urban--23.3, 24.4-5, 28.1
  • Tokofsky, Jerry--117.12
  • Tower, Jay--154.7, 154.14, 155.3, 155.9-10
  • Trevelyan, John--27.5, 117.13
  • Truwert, Monika--68.2, 72.2
  • Turman, Lawrence--48.1, 67.7, 117.14, 157.6, 160.4
  • Turnbull, Bob--117.4
  • Udoff, Yale--68.1
  • Ufland, Harry J.--117.16
  • Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation--157.2
  • Valenti, Jack--117.13, 157.1, 157.3
  • Victor, Ed--157.8
  • Viviani, Christian, 1948- --28.2
  • Vogel, Robert--72.2
  • Wainwright, Loudon--155.12
  • Wald, Jerry, 1911-1962--155.13
  • Wallace, Irving, 1916-1990--67.5, 68.7, 72.5, 120.1, 155.5, 156.1, 156.3
  • Waller, Eddie--28.4
  • Warburg, Frederic, 1898- --155.10
  • Warner, Jack L., 1892-1978--23.2, 117.4, 117.9-11, 117.13-14, 117.16, 117.18, 126.15, 127.8, 154.17, 157.1, 157.4
  • Warga, Wayne--48.2
  • Wasserman, Lew--154.15-16, 155.4, 157.3
  • Weisberg, Maggie--126.10
  • Weisbord, Sammy--154.18
  • Weybright, Victor, 1903- --68.1, 154.6-8, 154.10, 154.12, 154.14, 155.4, 155.6, 155.9-10
  • Wheelwright, Ralph, 1898-1971--155.4
  • Whitbeck, Frank--155.4
  • Wilde, Meta Carpenter--48.1
  • Wilder, Billy, 1906-2002--127.8
  • William Morris Agency--23.3, 40.8, 68.1, 157.2, 157.8
  • Williams College--117.16
  • Williams, Elmo, 1913- --28.2
  • Willmorris, Harvey--120.1
  • Winchell, Joan--155.4
  • Winsten, Archer--56.6
  • Winston, Helen--120.1
  • Winter, Leo, Jr., 1926-2002--127.8
  • Wise, Robert, 1914-2005--28.4, 88.9-10, 89.5, 117.13, 117.15, 127.8, 156.1, 156.3, 157.1, 157.3, 160.4
  • Witt, Peter--117.4, 117.16
  • Wolper, David L.--48.2
  • Writers Guild of America, West--67.7, 117.13-14, 117.16, 127.7, 154.6, 154.15, 154.19, 155.4-5, 155.8, 155.14, 157.1, 157.3, 157.9, 161.8, 163.8
  • Wurtzel, Saul--88.10, 89.5
  • Wyler, William, 1902-1981--82.1, 155.5
  • Youngerman, Joseph C., 1906- --68.2, 154.17, 156.4
  • Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979--23.1, 35.2, 35.7, 48.2, 88.8, 94.15, 155.13
  • Zanuck, Lili--155.5, 156.1, 156.3
  • Zanuck, Richard D.--23, 24.3-6, 25.1, 25.3, 25.5-7, 27.5-6, 28.1-4, 29.1, 30.18, 46.3, 47.4-7, 48.1-2, 88.8, 94.15, 155.4, 155.13, 156.1, 156.3, 156.7, 157.1, 157.3, 160.4
  • Zapata, Carmen--47.1
  • Zastupnevich, Paul D. N.--48.2
  • Ziegler, Evarts--67.7
  • Ziffren, Paul--127.8
  • Zimmerman, Les--155.5
  • Zimring, Mike--117.6, 117.13, 127.8, 154.18, 167.1
  • Zinnemann, Fred, 1907-1997--102.1, 156.4
  • Zinsser, William Knowlton--68.1, 154.15, 156.2, 157.1, 157.3, 157.8
  • Zipprodt, Patricia, 1925-1999--157.3
  • Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013--156.1, 157.1, 157.3
  • Zolotow, Maurice, 1913-1991--117.14, 154.10, 155.4, 155.13, 156.1, 157.3
  • Zuberano, Maurice--46.7, 126.15