The Tom Miller papers span the years 1961-1992 and encompass 6 linear feet. The collection includes
scripts, production material, publicity material, and photographs related to Miller's work as a publicist
for around three dozen films released by American International Pictures, Embassy Pictures, MGM, and
others. The publicity material includes correspondence, notes, pressbook copy, and publicity releases.
There is some biographical material, including drafts of his memoirs.
Tom Miller was an American publicist active in film during the 1960s through 1980s. After studying
English and journalism in Los Angeles in the mid-1950s, he moved to New York and became a reader and
researcher for the "New Yorker Magazine." Beginning in 1962, based in New York, he worked variously as a
publicist, staff writer, and trade publication and wire services contact for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,
American International Pictures, and Embassy Pictures. He went on to serve as unit publicist on numerous
motion picture productions until his retirement in 1991.
6 linear feet of papers.
4 linear feet of photographs.
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