Al Lewis was best known as a writer and director for the radio and television series
Our Miss Brooks. The collection consists of radio, television, and motion picture scripts related to Lewis's career.
Al Lewis was best known as a writer and director. He began his career as an actor in vaudeville, plays, and motion pictures
and was a radio writer for Walter O'Keefe, Milton Berle, and Fred Allen. His numerous credits include the motion pictures
Ma and Pa Kettle and Our Miss Brooks and the radio and television series Our Miss Brooks.
(5.5 linear ft.)
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