The Bert Granet papers span the years 1903-2010 (bulk 1934-1995) and encompass 8.8 linear feet. The
collection consists of production files, television files, correspondence, diaries, newsletters,
notebooks, logs, scrapbooks, ephemera, and photographs. The photograph series consists of motion picture
production and biography photographic prints, many of which are in albums.
Bert Granet was an American screenwriter and producer active in film from 1928 through the 1950s and
in television from the 1950s through 1960s. He worked for RKO as a writer and later producer of films
including BERLIN EXPRESS (1948) and THE MARRYING KIND (1952). He went on to work for Desilu Studios where
he helped produce such television series as THE WALTER WINCHELL FILE, WESTINGHOUSE DESILU PLAYHOUSE, THE
UNTOUCHABLES, and THE TWILIGHT ZONE. Granet received a Screen Producers Award in 1959.
7 linear feet of papers.
1.8 linear feet of photographs.
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