The Mark Sandrich papers span the years 1924-1994 (bulk 1926-1945) and encompass 7.8 linear feet. The
collection contains a variety of film-related production material, scripts, and clippings. There is some
script material for television and some miscellaneous story material by Sandrich and others. There are
Paramount and RKO studio memos, government-issued production material from World War II, and extensive
correspondence with Irving Berlin. A scrapbook containing clippings, correspondence, and programs within
its several hundred pages was dismantled. The resulting files contain primarily press clippings from West
and East Coast industry trade papers and newspapers documenting Sandrich's professional career.
Mark Sandrich was an American director active from the 1920s to mid-1940s. A short film he directed,
SO THIS IS HARRIS (1933), received an Academy Award. Sandrich also directed several Fred Astaire-Ginger
7.8 linear feet of papers.
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