The Vincente Minnelli papers span the years 1934-1986 (bulk 1950s-1960s) and encompass 6.8 linear
feet. The collection contains scripts, production material, correspondence, clippings, manuscript
material for Minnelli's autobiography, and photographs. The photograph series consists of prints and
negatives of motion picture production photographs.
Vincente Minnelli was an American director active in film from the 1940s to 1976. He received an
Academy Award for directing GIGI (1958) and was nominated for directing AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951).
6.5 linear feet of papers.
0.3 linear feet of photographs.
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