The Arthur L. Wilde papers span the years 1973-1994 (bulk 1980s) and encompass 3.0 linear feet. The
collection is comprised of publicity campaign files for two dozen films and includes scripts, clippings,
correspondence, press kits, and press releases. Also included is his research for generating press
material. Films represented include RICH AND FAMOUS (1980) and TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. (1984).
Arthur L. Wilde was an American publicist active in film from the 1940s to 1980s. He worked in
publicity at a handful of film and television studios before forming his own public relations firm,
Rothschild Associates. During the 1980s he specialized as a unit publicist on location for a number of
3.0 linear feet of papers.
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