The Leonardo Bercovici papers span the years 1930-1990 and encompass around 19 linear feet. The
collection consists of film scripts, radio scripts, playscripts, teleplays, correspondence, audiocassette
tape recordings of UCLA writing seminars conducted by Bercovici, and photographs.
Leonardo Bercovici was an American screenwriter, director, and producer active in film from 1938 to
1970. Bercovici taught a writing seminar at UCLA beginning in the early 1980s.
19 linear feet of papers.
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