The Highway Film Service distribution records span the years circa 1977-1988 and encompass
approximately 2 linear feet. The collection consists of hundreds of file cards for independent films
distributed in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Kansas City, Missouri; and
Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The 5x8 tracking cards list theater names and play dates, along with the film
title, number of reels, and print number. The cards are arranged alphabetically by film title.
The Highway Film Service was an American distribution company that handled 35mm theatrical films for a
number of independent production companies. Highway Film Service was located in Indianapolis, Indiana in
2 linear feet of papers.
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