The Larry G. Spangler papers span the years circa 1972-1976 and encompass 5 linear feet. The
collection contains production material, including scripts, for a handful of films directed and/or
produced by Spangler. There are biographical materials, a chronology maintained by Spangler, contracts,
and additional ephemera.
Larry G. Spangler is an American director and producer who was active in film from 1973 to 1984. He
drew on his background in television sales and advertising to form Spangler Television. As an independent
filmmaker, he operated his own production company, Spangler & Sons Pictures.
5 linear feet of papers.
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