Inventory of the Film and Television Screenplay Collection

Katie Duvall
William H. Hannon Library
Loyola Marymount University
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Los Angeles, CA 90045-8200
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Inventory of the Film and Television Movie Screenplay Collection

Collection number: 102

William H. Hannon Library

Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, California
Processed by:
Katie Duvall
Date Completed:
2011
Encoded by:
Katie Duvall
© 2011 Loyola Marymount University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Film and Television Movie Screenplay collection
Dates: 1924-2005
Collection number: 102
Creator: Unknown
Collection Size: 63 archival document boxes26.25 linear feet
Repository: Loyola Marymount University. Library. Department of Archives and Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659
Abstract: This collection consists of screenplays, dating from 1924-2005, donated by Father Michael Mandala, S. J., of the Blessed Sacrament Church in Hollywood, CA. The provenance of the materials is unknown, but it is thought that Blessed Sacrament Church gained possession of the scripts through a parishioner. Blessed Sacrament then sought out the Department of Archives and Special Collections, Loyola Marymount University, as the repository for these screenplays. Included in this collection are film scripts, made-for-television movie scripts and non-script materials including press packets, storyboards, preliminary production information and treatments.
Physical location: Collection is stored on site. Appointments are required to research the collection.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection:English

Access

Collection is open to research under the terms of use of the Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.

Publication Rights

Materials in the Department of Archives and Special Collections may be subject to copyright. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, Loyola Marymount University does not claim ownership of the copyright of any materials in its collections. The user or publisher must secure permission to publish from the copyright owner. Loyola Marymount University does not assume any responsibility for infringement of copyright or of publication rights held by the original author or artists or his/her heirs, assigns, or executors.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Series number, Box number, Film and Television Movie Screenplay Collection, Collection 102, Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.

Acquisition Information

Father Michael Mandala, S.J., Blessed Sacrament Church, Hollywood, California. Accession number: 2011.9.

Custodial History

The donation of the screenplays to Blessed Sacrament Church was made by an unknown parishioner.

Collection Description

Included in this collection are film screenplays, made-for-television movie screenplays and non-screenplay materials including press packets, storyboards, preliminary production information and treatments dating from 1924-2005. The provenance of the materials is unknown, but it is thought that Blessed Sacrament Church may have gained possession of the scripts through a parishioner. Notations in some of the screenplays indicate they may have been purchased in used bookstores or at auctions or photocopied from local library collections. Others may be screenplays received by a professional in the entertainment industry over the normal course of business as indicated by highlighting and notations within the screenplays and script covers from talent agencies. The screenplays include some of the great films of Hollywood history: "Dark Victory", "Raiders of the Lost Ark", and "the Godfather", are just some examples.

Arrangement

The collection is divided into series based on type of screenplay: those for the cinema (Series 1) and those for television (Series 2). In addition to these series, Series 3 accounts for loose material that came with the collection, eg, storyboards and press packets, mostly for films from the 1980s and the 1990s.
Series 1. Film Screenplays Subseries a. 1920's Subseries b. 1930's Subseries c. 1940's Subseries d. 1950's Subseries e. 1960's Subseries f. 1970's Subseries g. 1980's Subseries h. 1990's Subseries i. 2000's Subseries j. undated Series 2. Made for Television Movie Screenplays. Series 3. Non-Screenplay Materials

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Motion picture plays
Film and Television
Television Scripts

Separated Material

Water damaged screenplays were removed from the collection.

Box and Folder List

 

Series 1 Film Screenplays 1924-2005

Physical Description: 57 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains screenplays for feature films. The version or draft of the screenplay is indicated in the item record where relevant.
 

Subseries A. 1920's 1924-1929

Physical Description: 1 box
Box 1

Ella Cinders. Screenwriter: Louis Stevens 1926

Box 1

Fast Company. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Florence Ryerson 1929

Box 1

Monsieur Beaucaire. Copy of annotated version. probably 1924

Box 1

The Wild Party. Continuity and dialogue. Screenwriter: E. Lloyd Sheldon 1929

 

Subseries B. 1930's 1930-1939

Physical Description: 9 boxes
Box 1

A Man From Wyoming. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Albert Shelby Le Vino and John V.A. Weaver 1930

Box 1

Anything Goes 1936

Box 1

Blonde Trouble. Release dialogue script. 1937

Box 1

Blonde Venus. Release dialogue script. 1932

Box 1

Bluebeard's Eigth Wife. Release dialogue script. 2 copies. 1938

Box 1

Cradle Song. Release dialogue script. 1933

Box 1

Dark Victory. Screenwriter: Casey Robinson probably 1938

Box 2

Desert Gold. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Stuart Anthony and Robert Yost 1936

Box 2

Dude Ranch. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Percy Heath, Grover Jones and Lloyd Corrigan 1931

Box 2

Easy Living. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Preston Sturges 1937

Box 2

Give Me Your Heart. Final. Screenwriter: Casey Robinson 1936

Box 2

I'm No Angel. First white script. Paramount Studios stamp on cover. Screenwriter: Mae West 1933

Box 2

Invitation to Happiness. Release dialogue script. 1939

Box 2

Jamaica Inn. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Sidney Gilliat and Joan Harrison 1939

Box 2

Love Me Tonight. First white script. Paramount Studios stamp on cover. Screenwriter: Samuel Hoffenstein, Waldemar Young and George Marion, Jr. 1932

Box 2

Madame Racketeer. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Malcolm Stuart Boylan and Harvey Gates 1932

Box 3

Madison Square Garden. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Allen Rivkin and P.J. Wolfson 1932

Box 3

Murder on a Bridle Path. Auction slip enclosed: "a Xerox copy probably created around 1970. A lot of work for a nothing film. Mint condition." Screenwriter: Dorothy Yost 1936

Box 3

Murder on the Blackboard. Cutting continuity. Auction slip enclosed: "Max Steiner war musical director on this film, and Walter Plunkett did the costumes. This is a studio xerox of the cutting continuity, created around 1970. Mint condition." Screenwriter: Willis Goldbeck 1934

Box 3

Rendezvous at Midnight 1934

Box 3

The Beachcomber. 2 copies. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Bartlett Cormack 1938

Box 3

The Cat and the Canary. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Walter DeLeon and Lynn Starling 1939

Box 3

The Crusades. Release dialogue script. 1935

Box 3

The Hatchet Man (aka The Honorable Mr. Wong). Final. Screenwriter: J. Grubb Alexander 1931

Box 4

The Magnificent Fraud. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Gilbert Gabriel and Walter Ferris 1939

Box 4

The Old Fashioned Way. 2 copies. Original Paramount cover and stamp. 1934

Box 4

The Old Maid. Parts 1, 2, 3 revised final. Photocopy (possibly from copy at USC). Screenwriter: Casey Robinson 1939

Box 4

The Penquin Pool Murder. Cutting continuity. Auction slip enclosed: "A Xerox copy of the original cutting continuity. Mint condition." Screenwriter: Willis Goldbeck 1932

Box 4

The Petrified Forest. Revised final. Auction slip enclosed: ""A xerox script done by the studio around 1970." 1935

Box 4

The Roaring Twenties. Continuity and dialogue. Screenwriter: Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay and Robert Rosson probably 1939

Box 5

The Sisters. Dialogue transcript. Screenwriter: Milton Krims 1938

Box 5

The Sisters. Revised final. Screenwriter: Milton Krims 1938

Box 5

The Way to Love. Release dialogue script. 1933

Box 5

The Working Man. Final. Screenwriter: Charles Kenyon 1932

Box 5

The World Moves On. Part 1 revised final. Screenwriter: Jerry Wald and Richard Mccaulay 1939

Box 5

Tillie and Gus (or Odds are Even). First script. 2 copies. Original Paramount cover and stamp. Screenwriter: Walter DeLeon and Francis Martin 1933

Box 6

Union Pacific. Details shots and dialogue. Screenwriter: Walter DeLeon, C. Gardner Sullivan, and Jesse Lasky, Jr. 1939

Box 6

We Shall Meet Again. Part 1 final. Note included w/ script "pgs. 78 and 79 missing in USC copy xeroxed from (scenes 111 through beginning of 116)." Screenwriter: Warren Duff 1939

Box 10

Dark Victory. Part 1 final. 3 copies. Screenwriter: Casey Robinson 1938

Box 10

Dawn Patrol. Revised final. Screenwriter: Seton I. Miller and Dan Totheroh 1938

Box 10

Delusion. Final. 2 copies. Ray Milland written on front cover of one. Could be signature or note. Screenwriter: Arthur Kober [written on title page] probably 1930's

Box 10

Dracula. Continuity and dialogue. 1931

Box 10

Frankenstein. Continuity and dialogue. probably 1931

Box 11

Jesse James. 2 copies. Final. Stamped "only copy" on cover by 20th Century Fox. Screenwriter: Nunnally Johnson 1938

Box 11

Juarez (The Phantom Crown). Part 1, final. Screenwriter: John Huston, Aneas MacKenzie, Wolfgang Reinhardt, Abem Finkel 1938

Box 11

Libeled Lady. MGM "Vault Copy." Screenwriter: Maurine Watkins and Howard Emmett Rogers 1936

Box 11

Murders in the Rue Morgue probably 1932

Box 11

My Man Godfrey probably 1936

Box 11

My Man Godfrey. Release dialogue script. Continuity and dialogue master copy. Screenwriter: Morrie Ryskind and Eric Hatch 1936

Box 12

One Way Passage. Screenwriter: Wilson Mizner and Joseph Jackson 1932

Box 12

Radio Patrol. Continuity and dialogue. probably 1932

Box 12

Swing High, Swing Low. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Virginia Van Upp and Oscar Hammerstein II 1937

Box 12

The Black Cat. Continuity and dialogue. probably 1934

Box 12

The Garden of Allah. Dialogue and continuity. "American Version" and "Censorship Copy, Do Not Use" on front page. probably 1936

Box 12

The Great Impersonation probably 1935

Box 12

The House of Rothschild. Final. 1933

Box 12

The King and Chorus Girl. "Burbank Calif. Story Library" printed on cover. Screenwriter: Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx 1936

Box 12

The Mummy. Continuity and dialogue. Boris Karloff version. probably 1932

Box 12

Tower of London 1939

 

Subseries C. 1940's 1940-1949

Physical Description: 6 boxes
Box 6

A Date With Destiny [released as The Mad Doctor]. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Howard J. Green 1940

Box 6

Border Vigilantes. Screenwriter: J. Benton Cheney 1941

Box 6

Border Vigilantes. Release dialogue script. 1941

Box 6

Danger Signal. Part 1, 2nd revised final. Screenwriter: Adele Comandini and Graham Baker 1945

Box 6

Hard Bargain. 2 copies. Both incomplete. Revised. 1948

Box 6

Hatter's Castle. Release script. Screenwriter: A.J. Cronin probably 1942

Box 7

Hold That Blonde! 3 copies. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Walter DeLeon, Earl Baldwin and E. Edwin Moran 1945

Box 7

June Bride. Dialogue transcript. Screenwriter: Ranald MacDougall 1948

Box 7

Magnificent Ambersons. Cutting continuity. 1942

Box 7

North West Mounted Police. Release dialogue script. 1940

Box 7

Now Voyager. "English superimposed title sheet for the French version." Copy of a version signed by Bette Davis. Screenwriter: Casey Robinson probably 1942

Box 7

The Major and the Minor. 2 copies. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder 1942

Box 7

The Paleface. Release dialogue script. 1948

Box 7

The Rocking Horse Winner. Post production script. 1949

Box 8

The Two Mrs. Carrolls. Final. Screenwriter: Thomas Job 1945

Box 8

To Each His Own. Copy of master copy from USC film library. Screenwriter: Charles Brackett and Jacques Thery 1945

Box 8

Where There's Life. Release dialogue script. Screenwriter: Allen Boretz and Melville Shavelson 1946

Box 8

Winter Meeting. Final part 1. Screenwriter: Catherine Turney 1947

Box 13

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein. Continuity and dialogue. 1948

Box 13

Calling Dr. Death. Annotated. 1943

Box 13

Conflict. Part 1, 2nd revised final. Screenwriter: Dwight Taylor 1943

Box 13

Gentleman Jim. 3 copies. Final, part 1. Screenwriter: Vincent Lawrence and Horace McCoy 1942

Box 13

Illegal Entry. Revised. Screenwriter: Joel Malone 1948

Box 14

Invisible Agent. Continuity and dialogue. 1942

Box 14

It Started With Eve. Revised. "Marion Pecht" written on front cover. 1941

Box 14

It's a Wonderful Life. Screenwriter: Swerling-Capra 1946

Box 14

It's a Wonderful Life. 2 copies. probably 1946

Box 14

Laura. Shooting final. Screenwriter: Jay Dratler with revisions by Ring Lardner Jr., Samuel Hoffenstein and Betty Reinhardt 1944

Box 14

Man Made Monster. File copy. Continuity and dialogue. Screenwriter: Joseph West 1941

Box 15

My Little Chickadee. Continuity and dialogue. 1940

Box 15

Never Give a Sucker and Even Break 1941

Box 15

Old Acquaintance. 2 copies. Final. Screenwriter: John Van Druten and Edmund Goulding 1942

Box 15

Phantom of the Opera. Continuity and dialogue. 1943

Box 15

Pillow of Death 1945

Box 15

Shadow of a Doubt. Continuity and dialogue. "Editorial office copy." probably 1943

Box 16

Stolen Life. Part 1, revised final. Screenwriter: Catherine Turney 1945

Box 16

The Dark Passage. Final. Screenwriter: Delmer Daves 1946

Box 16

The Desert Song. Part 1 final. Screenwriter: Robert Buckner 1942

Box 16

The End of the River. Continuity and dialogue. "Copied from English post-production script." 1948

Box 16

The Great Lie (aka Far Horizon). Revised final. 1940

Box 16

The Mummy's Curse. Continuity and dialogue. 1944

Box 16

The Mummy's Ghost 1943

Box 16

The Mummy's Hand. Continuity and dialogue. Screenwriter: Griffin Jay and Maxwell Shane 1940

Box 16

The River. Working script. Screenwriter: Rumer Godden 1949

Box 17

The Spoilers 1942

Box 17

The Verdict. Part 1 final. Screenwriter: Barre Lyndon and Peter Milne 1945

Box 17

Three Strangers. Part 1 revised final. Screenwriter: John Huston and Howard Koch 1944

Box 17

To Have and Have Not. 2nd revised final. Screenwriter: Jules Furthman 1944

Box 17

Weird Woman 1944

Box 17

Wolf Man. 2 copies. Universal City Studios stamp on first page. Screenwriter: Curt Siodmak 1941

Box 17

Young Man with a Horn. 2nd revised final. Screenwriter: Carl Foreman 1949

 

Subseries D. 1950's 1950-1959

Physical Description: 4.5 boxes
Box 8

5 Against the House. First revision. Photocopy of a library copy (call number on 2nd page). Screenwriter: Stirling Silliphant and John Barnwell 1954

Box 8

Creature from the Black Lagoon. Master title list for foreign language versions. 1954

Box 8

Witness for the Prosecution. List of superimposing instructions, action description, and English master titles 1958

Box 8

Witness for the Prosecution. Photocopy. File includes notes from whoever was researching the script. Screenwriter: Billy Wilder and Harry Kurnitz 1957

Box 18

A Summer Place. Final. Screenwriter: Delmer Daves 1959

Box 18

Against All Flags. 2 copies. Outline. Screenwriter: AEneas MacKenzie 1950

Box 18

Against All Flags. First draft continuity. Screenwriter: AEneas MacKenzie 1950

Box 18

Cattle Drive. 2 copies. Continuity and dialogue. 1951

Box 18

Destry. Continuity and dialogue. 1954

Box 18

Forbidden Planet. 3 copies. MGM stamp in bottom corner. 1954

Box 19

Hot Spell (Next of Kin). Revised final white. Photocopy of USC library copy. Screenwriter: James Poe 1957

Box 19

House Party. First draft. Universal central files stamp on cover. Screenwriter: Robert Hill 1955

Box 19

Invaders. Screenwriter: John Tucker Battle and Rosemary Battle 1950

Box 19

Invaders from Mars. Screenwriter: John Tucker Battle probably 1953

Box 19

It Came from Outer Space. Continuity and dialogue. 1953

Box 19

It Should Happen to You. Final. From legal files at Columbia Pictures. Screenwriter: Garson Kanin 1953

Box 19

Madeleine. Continuity and dialogue. 1950

Box 19

Only the Valiant. Final. Screenwriter: Edmund H. North and Harry Brown 1950

Box 20

Rebel Without a Cause. Final part 1. Screenwriter: Stewart Stern 1955

Box 20

The Breaking Point. 2nd rev. final. Screenwriter: Ranald MacDougall 1950

Box 20

The Cain Mutiny. Final draft. From Columbia Picture central files. Screenwriter: Stanley Roberts 1953

Box 20

The Crimson Pirate. 3 copies. Revised final for England. Screenwriter: Roland Kibbee 1951

Box 20

The Day the Earth Stood Still. 2 copies. Revised final. 20th Century Fox stamp in corner. Screenwriter: Edmund H. North 1951

Box 21

The Harder They Fall. 2 copies. Revised final. Screenwriter: Philip Yordan 1955

Box 21

The Sundowners. 2 copies. Final. Screenwriter: Isobel Lennart 1959

Box 21

The Thing. First draft. Says "Please Return to RKO Story Files." 1950

Box 21

Twelve Angry Men. Incomplete, missing pages at beginning and end. probably 1957

 

Subseries E. 1960's 1960-1969

Physical Description: 4.5 boxes
Box 8

The Only Game in Town. Revised first draft. Auction slip enclosed: "This "Revised First Draft" was Xereoxed by the studio around 1970. Bit wear on cover; otherwise mint." Screenwriter: Frank D. Gilroy 1968

Box 9

Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967

Box 22

Angel Baby. Revision. Screenwriter: Orin Borsten and Sam Roeca 1960

Box 22

Barbarella probably 1968

Box 22

Breakfast at Tiffany's. Copy of annotated version with Hepburn's notes. TM 1994 by Paramount and estate of Audrey Hepburn (on back cover). 1960

Box 22

Bye Bye Braverman. Screenwriter: Herbert Sargent probably 1968

Box 22

Freud. Revised final. Screenwriter: John Huston and Wolfgang Reinhardt 1962

Box 22

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. Screenwriter: William Rose 1967

Box 22

Harold. Screenwriter: David Swift probably post 1966

Box 23

I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! Final. Screenwriter: Paul Mazursky and Larry Tucker 1967

Box 23

Nightmare. Release script. 1963

Box 23

Petulia. Screenwriter: Larry Marcus 1967

Box 23

Pretty Poison (fka She Let Him Continue). First draft. Screenwriter: Stephen Geller 1966

Box 23

Rachel, Rachel (aka A Jest of God). Final. Screenwriter: Stewart Stern 1967

Box 24

Rosemary's Baby. First page missing. 1967

Box 24

The Dirty Dozen. File copy. Screenwriter: Nunnally Johnson and Lukas Heller 1966

Box 24

The Great White Hope. first draft. Stamped "permanent file" on cover. Screenwriter: Howard Sackler 1969

Box 24

The Longest Day. 2nd revised version. Screenwriter: Cornelius Ryan 1961

Box 25

The Naked Brigade. Continuity and dialogue. 1965

Box 25

The Sergeant. Shooting script. Screenwriter: Dennis Murphy 1967

Box 25

Up the Down Staircase. 3 copies. Final. Screenwriter: Tad Mosel 1966

Box 25

Valley of Gwangi. Screenwriter: William E. Bast probably 1969

Box 25

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Writer's Guild of America teaching draft. Screenwriter: Ernest Lehman 1965

 

Subseries F. 1970's 1970-1979

Physical Description: 7.5 boxes
Box 9

The Mechanic. Release script. Auction slip enclosed: "A studio Xerox of a James Bond-type film. Mint condition." 1972

Box 9

Untitled [The Last Tycoon]. 2 copies. probably 1976

Box 26

A Fairly Honourable Defeat. Screenwriter: Peter Ustinov 1971

Box 26

A Report to the Commissioner. 2 copies. First draft. Screenwriter: Ernest Tidyman 1972

Box 26

Americathon. First draft. Screenwriter: Neil Israel, Phil Proctor, Peter Bergman 1976

Box 26

Billy Jack. Screenwriter: Frank and Teresa Christina 1970

Box 26

Blood's a Rover. Incomplete. probably 1970's

Box 26

Capricorn One. Screenwriter: Peter Hyams 1976

Box 26

Damnation Alley. Screenwriter: Lukas Heller and Bill Kerby 1974

Box 27

Deadhead Miles. Screenwriter: Terry Malick probably 1972

Box 27

Eleanor and Franklin. Revised. Incomplete. Only have pages 1A-9, 17-22, 34-36, 61-106. 1975

Box 27

Fatso. Screenwriter: Anne Bancroft 1978

Box 27

Finders-Keepers. Fourth draft revised. Screenwriter: Antonio Santillan 1979

Box 27

Frisco Kid. First draft. Screenwriter: Naofumi Okamoto 1978

Box 27

Fritz the Cat. Second draft. Screenwriter: Ralph Bakshi and Fred Halliday probably 1972

Box 27

Hit! Screenwriter: Alan R. Trustman and David M. Wolf 1972

Box 27

Julia. Revised final. Ad for film tucked in back of the script. Screenwriter: Alvin Sargent 1976

Box 27

Longriders. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Steven Smith 1979

Box 27

Love Story. Incomplete. Missing 1st and last page. probably 1970

Box 28

Melvin and Howard. Revised. Screenwriter: Bo Goldman 1978

Box 28

Nickelodeon [aka Starlight Parade]. Screenwriter: W.D. Richter probably 1976

Box 28

Phantom of the Paradise. Incomplete, have pages 2-78. probably 1974

Box 28

Raiders of the Lost Ark. Revised. Screenwriter: Lawrence Kasden 1979

Box 28

Remember My Name. Screenwriter: Alan Rudolph probably 1978

Box 28

Royal Flash. Screenwriter: George MacDonald Fraser 1974

Box 29

Save the Tiger probably 1973

Box 29

Shame, Shame on the Bixby Boys. Signed by Don "Red" Barry. Child's drawing placed btwn pgs 99 and 100. Screenwriter: William Bowers probably 1978

Box 29

Smokey and the Bandit. Combined continuity. 1977

Box 29

Star Wars (Saga 1, The Adventures of Luke Starkiller as taken from the "Journal of the Whills"). Shooting script, revised fourth draft. Screenwriter: George Lucas 1976

Box 29

Story of O. Screenwriter: Sebastien Japrisot probably 1975

Box 29

Tai-Pan. Fourth revision. Screenwriter: George MacDonald Fraser 1979

Box 29

The Angel Levine 1970

Box 29

The Domino Clip. First draft. Screenwriter: Howard B. Kreitsek 1972

Box 30

The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox. Screenwriter: Barry Sandler 1974

Box 30

The Exorcist. Final. Buck slip from Warner Brothers attached that says "original." Screenwriter: William Peter Blatty probably 1973

Box 30

The Frank Leahy Legend. First draft. Screenwriter: Ed Wood Jr. 1975

Box 30

The Freedom Trap (The Mackintosh Man). Revised final. Screenwriter: Walter Hill 1972

Box 30

The Fury. Final. Ad for movie in back. Screenwriter: John Farris 1977

Box 30

The Getaway. First draft. Screenwriter: Walter Hill 1971

Box 30

The Godfather. Third draft. Screenwriter: Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola 1971

Box 31

The Jezebels [released as Switchblade Sisters]. Revised. Photocopy of annotated version. Screenwriter: F.X. Maier 1974

Box 31

The Last Score [released as St. Ives]. Annotated. Screenwriter: Barry Beckerman 1973

Box 31

The Man Who Would Be King. Screenwriter: John Huston and Gladys Hill probably 1975

Box 31

The Man With Bogart's Face. Revised final. 20th Century Fox stamp on 1st page. Screenwriter: Andrew J. Fenady 1979

Box 31

The Man With Two Heads. Inscribed to "Al" from Lee Frost. Screenwriter: Lee Frost and Wes Bishop 1972

Box 31

The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Screenwriter: Jim Sharman and Richard O'Brien 1974

Box 31

The Saga of Jeremiah Johnson. Screenwriter: Edward Anhalt 1970

Box 31

The Saga of Liver-Eatin' Johnson. Screenwriter: John Milius 1970

Box 32

The Train Robbers. Final. Screenwriter: Burt Kennedy 1972

Box 32

Twentieth Century Foxes. Final draft. Screenwriter: Gerald Ayres 1978

Box 32

Unidentified World War I movie. Final shooting. Cover missing. Incomplete script. 1977

Box 32

Welcome to LA. Screenwriter: Alan Rudolph 1975

Box 32

Westworld. First revised draft. Screenwriter: Michael Crichton 1972

Box 32

Whiffs. Screenwriter: Malcolm Mamorstein probably 1975

Box 32

White Line Fever. Screenwriter: Ken Friedman and Jonathan Kaplan probably 1975

Box 32

Who'll Stop the Rain. Final. Screenwriter: Judith Rascoe 1977

 

Subseries G. 1980's 1980-1989

Physical Description: 9.5 boxes
Box 9

Lassiter. 2 copies. One missing last page, other missing first page. Screenwriter: David Taylor 1983

Box 9

Sea Killer (Beyond the Reef). Translation version. probably 1981

Box 33

A Boy's Life [E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial]. Shooting script. Screenwriter: Melissa Mathison 1981

Box 33

Action Jackson. Annotated. Screenwriter: Robert Reneau 1987

Box 33

Aliens. First draft. Screenwriter: James Cameron 1985

Box 33

American Ninja 2. Revised. Screenwriter: Gary Conway and James Booth 1986

Box 33

Back to School. Screenwriter: Rodney Dangerfield, George Gipe, Michael Endler 1985

Box 33

Back to the Beach probably 1987

Box 33

Bad Medicine. Screenwriter: Harvey Miller probably 1985

Box 33

Black Robe. Sixth draft. Screenwriter: Brian Moore 1987

Box 33

Blade Runner 1980

Box 34

Blind Date. 2nd revision. Screenwriter: Dale Launer 1985

Box 34

Blind Date. First revised draft. Screenwriter: Dale Launer 1985

Box 34

Commando. Screenwriter: Joseph Loeb III and Matthew Weisman 1984

Box 34

Conan the Barbarian. 2 copies. Second draft. Screenwriter: John Milius 1980

Box 34

Cross My Heart or An American Date. Revised final draft. Screenwriter: Armyan Bernstein and Gail Parent 1986

Box 34

Darkman. Fourth draft. Screenwriter: Sam Raimi and Ivan Raimi 1988

Box 34

Darkman. Handwritten note attached to last page. Screenwriter: Joshua and Daniel Goldin, Sam and Ivan Raimi, Chuck Pfarrer 1989

Box 35

Darkman. 10th draft. Screenwriter: Joshua and Daniel Goldin, Sam and Ivan Raimi, Chuck Pfarrer 1989

Box 35

Darkman. 9th draft. Screenwriter: Joshua and Daniel Goldin, Sam and Ivan Raimi, Chuck Pfarrer 1989

Box 35

Dead Ringer. Revised first draft. Screenwriter: Christian Stoianovich and Phobe Dorin 1987

Box 35

Desperately Seeking Susan. Photocopy of annotated version. Screenwriter: Leora Barish probably 1985

Box 35

Dominick and Eugene. Screenwriter: Corey Blechman, Danny Porfirio, Alvin Sargent 1987

Box 35

Fear No Evil [released as We're No Angels] 1989

Box 35

Foreign Body. Revised. Screenwriter: Celine La Freniere and Ronald Neame 1985

Box 35

Jaws 3-D. 2 copies. Screenwriter: Richard Matheson and Michael Kane probably 1983

Box 36

Laughing Boy. Screenwriter: Tony Huston probably 1980's

Box 36

Lethal Weapon. Second draft. Screenwriter: Shane Black 1986

Box 36

Let's Get Harry. Revised third draft. Screenwriter: Charles Robert Carner 1985

Box 36

Little Dorrit. Screenwriter: Christine Edzard probably 1988

Box 36

Mad Max 3 probably 1985

Box 36

Mars Attacks. Third draft. Screenwriter: Alex Cox 1989

Box 36

Mo' Better Blues (aka Love Supreme). First draft. Screenwriter: Spike Lee 1989

Box 36

Mo' Better Blues (aka Love Supreme). Second draft. Screenwriter: Spike Lee 1989

Box 37

Native Son. Photocopy of annotated script. Screenwriter: Richard Wesley 1984

Box 37

Old Gringo. Second draft. Screenwriter: Luis Puenzo and Aida Bortnik 1987

Box 37

Presumed Innocent. First draft. Screenwriter: Frank Pierson 1989

Box 37

Risky Business. First draft. Screenwriter: Paul Brickman 1981

Box 37

Robojox. Screenwriter: Joe Haldeman and Dennis Paoli 1987

Box 37

Sleeping With the Enemy. 2 copies. Screenwriter: Ronald Bass 1989

Box 37

Something Wicked This Way Comes. Revised. Screenwriter: Ray Bradbury 1981

Box 38

Suspect. Final draft. Screenwriter: Eric Roth 1987

Box 38

Suspect. First draft revised. Screenwriter: Eric Roth 1986

Box 38

Switch. 3 copies. Screenwriter: Blake Edwards 1989

Box 38

Switching Channels. Re-revised first draft. Screenwriter: Jonathan Reynolds 1987

Box 38

Sylvester. 2 copies. First draft. Screenwriter: Carol Sobieski 1983

Box 39

Table for Five. "As shot script based on film editor's script." Screenwriter: David Seltzer 1982

Box 39

Table for Five. First draft. Screenwriter: David Seltzer 1981

Box 39

Tag: The Assasination Game. First draft. Screenwriter: Nick Castle 1981

Box 39

Take This Job and Shove It. Screenwriter: David Allan Coe 1980

Box 39

Take This Job and Shove It. Revised. Screenwriter: Jeff Bernini and Barry Schneider 1983

Box 39

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai. Revised third draft. Screenwriter: Earl Mac Rauch 1983

Box 39

The Cheetah. First draft. Screenwriter: Erik Tarloff 1987

Box 39

The Falcon and the Snowman. Second revisions, first draft screenplay. Screenwriter: Steven Zaillian 1983

Box 40

The Lonely Guy. Third draft. Screenwriter: Ed Weinberger and Stan Daniels 1983

Box 40

The Music Box [released as A Fine Mess]. Screenwriter: Blake Edwards 1984

Box 40

The Pit and the Pendulum. Screenwriter: Dennis Paoli 1989

Box 40

The Return of the Living Dead. Polish. Screenwriter: Dan O'Bannon 1983

Box 40

The Serpent and the Rainbow. Screenwriter: Richard Maxwell 1987

Box 40

The Suspect. Fifth draft. Screenwriter: David Young 1987

Box 40

The Woman in Red (fka Boys Will Be Boys). Revised. Screenwriter: Gene Wilder 1983

Box 40

Touch and Go. Revised. Screenwriter: Alan Ormsby, Harry Colomby and Robert Sand 1984

Box 41

Until September. Screenwriter: Janice L. Graham 1982

Box 41

Where Are the Children. Revised. Screenwriter: Jack Sholder 1984

Box 41

Where the Heart Is (aka Getting Ready). 2 copies. 6th draft. One copy with notes. Notes may not relate to script. Screenwriter: Telesche Boorman and John Boorman 1988

Box 41

Whispers. Revised. Screenwriter: Anita Doohan 1989

Box 41

Witches. First revised draft. Screenwriter: Allan Scott 1988

Box 41

Wolfen. Screenwriter: David Eyre and Michael Wadleigh 1980

Box 41

Yes, Giorgio. Screenwriter: Norman Steinberg 1980

 

Subseries H. 1990's 1990-1999

Physical Description: 14.5 boxes
Box 9

Look Who's Talking Too. Master english subtitle, spotting list. 1990

Box 9

The Legend of Wolf Mountain. Combined continuity script. probably 1992

Box 42

Airheads. 2 copies. Different drafts. Screenwriter: Rich Wilkes 1993

Box 42

Airheads. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Rich Wilkes 1992

Box 42

Alien 3 1991

Box 42

Alien 3. Screenwriter: Walter Hill and David Giler 1990

Box 42

Alien 3. Revised first draft. Rewrite based on Hill and Giler story. Screenwriter: William Gibson probably 1992

Box 42

Alien 3. Second draft revised. Screenwriter: John Fasano 1990

Box 42

Alien Resurrection. First draft. Screenwriter: Joss Whedon 1995

Box 42

Alien Resurrection. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Joss Whedon 1996

Box 43

An American Werewolf in Paris. Screenwriter: Anthony Waller 1995

Box 43

Article 99. 3 copies. Screenwriter: Ron Cutler probably 1991

Box 43

Article 99. Final Script. Screenwriter: Ron Cutler 1991

Box 43

As Good As It Gets. 2 copies. Revised shooting script. Screenwriter: Mark Andrus and James L. Brooks 1997

Box 43

Bicentennial Man. Final. Autographed by Kazan. Screenwriter: Nicholas Kazan probably 1999

Box 43

Bio-Dome! 2 copies. Second draft. One copy annotated and highlighted. Screenwriter: Kip Koenig and Scott Marcano 1994

Box 44

Bones. Annotated. Screenwriter: Adam Simon and Tim Metcalfe 1999

Box 44

Charlie [released as Chaplin]. Screenwriter: William Boyd 1991

Box 44

Charlie [released as Chaplin]. Annotated. Screenwriter: William Boyd 1991

Box 44

Charlie [released as Chaplin]. Annotated. Screenwriter: William Boyd 1991

Box 44

Charlie [released as Chaplin]. Second draft. Screenwriter: Bryan Forbes 1990

Box 44

Christopher Columbus, The Discovery. Final. Screenwriter: Cary Bates based on a screenplay by Mario Puzo and John Briley 1992

Box 44

City by the Sea. Annotated. Screenwriter: Ken Hixon 1998

Box 45

Darkman 2. Screenwriter: Lawrence Hertzog probably 1995

Box 45

Darkman 2. Revised. Screenwriter: Michael Colleary and Mike Werb revised by Mark Verheiden 1993

Box 45

Darkman 2. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Michael Colleary and Mike Werb revised by Mark Verheiden 1993

Box 45

Darkman 3: Durant Returns. Second draft. Screenwriter: Steven McKay 1994

Box 45

Dead Reckoning. Third revision. Screenwriter: Christine Roum 1993

Box 45

Destiny Turns on the Radio. Revised. Screenwriter: Robert Ramsey and Matthew Stone 1994

Box 45

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Screenwriter: David Mamet 1999

Box 45

Dragonheart. Revised. Screenwriter: Charles Edward Pogue 1994

Box 45

Dudley Do-Right. Screenwriter: Andrew Burg and Scott Meyers 1996

Box 45

Dumb and Dumber. Polished draft. Screenwriter: Peter Farrelly, Bennett Yellin and Bob Farrelly 1993

Box 46

Four Rooms. Shooting script. Screenwriter: Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino 1994

Box 46

Gattaca. Possible autograph on front cover. Screenwriter: Andrew Niccol probably 1997

Box 46

Head Above Water. Screenwriter: Michael Blake 1995

Box 46

Hercules and Xena. Screenwriter: John Loy 1996

Box 46

Highlander II. Screenwriter: Peter Bellwood, William Panzer, Brian Clemens probably 1991

Box 46

Household Saints. 2 copies. Screenwriter: Nancy Savoca and Richard Guay 1991

Box 46

Imaginary Crimes. Signed by "William G. Schilling, Mr Gratelli." Screenwriter: Kristine Johnson and Davia Lee Nelson 1991

Box 46

Jumanji. Second draft revised. Screenwriter: Jonathan Hensleigh 1994

Box 47

Killer Sam aka Josh and S.A.M. Screenwriter: Frank Deese 1992

Box 47

Killing Zoe. Annotated. Screenwriter: Roger Roberts Avary 1992

Box 47

Killing Zoe. Third draft. Screenwriter: Roger Roberts Avary probably 1993

Box 47

L.A. Confidential. 2 copies. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Brian Helgeland and Curtis Hanson 1996

Box 47

Lethal Weapon 4. Bound copy with photocopies of cast signatures on first page. Screenwriter: Channing Gibson probably 1998

Box 47

Liar Liar. Third draft. Screenwriter: Paul Guay and Stephen Mazur 1995

Box 47

Little Indian, Big City (An Indian in the City) [released as Jungle 2 Jungle]. 2 copies. Screenwriter: Bruce A. Evans and Raynold Gideon 1996

Box 48

Mars Attacks! Fifth draft revised. Screenwriter: Jonathan Gems rewritten by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski 1995

Box 48

Men of Honor. First draft. Screenwriter: Scott Smith 1995

Box 48

Mimic. Third revision. Screenwriter: Matt Greenberg and Guillermo del Toro 1996

Box 48

Mo Money. Third draft, second revision. Screenwriter: Damon Wayans 1991

Box 48

My Best Friend's Wedding. Shooting script. Signed by Bass. Screenwriter: Ronald Bass 1996

Box 48

Pleasantville. Screenwriter: Gary Ross 1997

Box 48

Presumed Innocent. No title page. probably 1990

Box 48

Primary Motive. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Daniel Adams and William Snowden 1990

Box 49

Sleepers. Signed by Levinson. Screenwriter: Barry Levinson 1995

Box 49

Sleepless in Seattle. 2 copies. Screenwriter: Jeff Arch rewrite by David S. Ward 1991

Box 49

Some Mother's Son. Production draft. Signed by Sheriden and George. Screenwriter: Terry George and Jim Sheriden 1995

Box 49

Somebody to Love. Revised. Screenwriter: Sergei Bodrov and Alexandre Rockwell 1993

Box 49

Strange Days. 2 copies. Screenwriter: James Cameron and Jay Cocks 1993

Box 50

Striking Distance (aka Three Rivers) 1992

Box 50

Super Mario Brothers. First draft. Screenwriter: Tom S. Parker and Jim Jennewein 1991

Box 50

Super Mario Brothers. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Barry Morrow revised by Tom S. Parker and Jim Jennewein 1991

Box 50

Suture. Screenwriter: Scott McGehee and David Siegel probably 1994

Box 50

Suture. Screenwriter: Scott McGehee and David Siegel 1992

Box 50

Swordfish. Screenwriter: Skip Woods 1999

Box 50

Thank You and Good Night. Revised. Documentary. Screenwriter: Jan Oxenberg 1990

Box 50

The Babysitter. Fourth draft. Annotated. Screenwriter: Guy Ferland 1993

Box 51

The Cable Guy. 2 copies. Fourth draft. Screenwriter: Judd Apatow 1995

Box 51

The Cuckold's Clock. Screenwriter: Preston Sturges 1997

Box 51

The Doors. Third draft. Screenwriter: Oliver Stone 1990

Box 51

The End of Violence. First shooting draft. Screenwriter: Nicholas Klein 1996

Box 51

The Fairy Godbrothers. Screenwriter: Craig Mazin and Greg Erb 1998

Box 51

The Glimmer Man. Screenwriter: Kevin Brodbin 1995

Box 51

The Glimmer Man Screenwriter: Kevin Brodbin rewrite by Michael Stinson 1995

Box 52

The Hand of God. Rewrite. Screenwriter: Michael Chiklis and Dan McDuffie 1990

Box 52

The Power of One. Revised first draft. Screenwriter: Robert Mark Kamen 1990

Box 52

The Santa Clause. Screenwriter: Leo Benvenuti and Steve Rudnick 1992

Box 52

The Santa Clause. Screenwriter: Leo Benvenutie and Steve Rudnick 1994

Box 52

The Taking of Beverly Hills. Revised. Screenwriter: Rick Natkin and David Fuller, rewritten by David J. Burke 1990

Box 52

The Talented Mr. Ripley. 2 copies. Oscar "for your consideration" draft. Screenwriter: Anthony Minghella 1999

Box 52

The Thirteenth Floor. Revised second draft. Screenwriter: Maureen Mahon and Nicholas Monahan 1995

Box 53

Washington Square. 2 copies. Signed by Doyle. Screenwriter: Carol Doyle probably 1997

Box 53

Where Sleeping Dogs Lie. Rewrite. Annotated. Screenwriter: Charles Finch and Yolande Turner 1990

Box 53

Where the Day Takes You. Screenwriter: Michael Hitchcock, rewrite by Kurt Voss probably 1992

Box 53

Where the Day Takes You. Draft. Screenwriter: Michael Hitchcock 1990

Box 53

Where the Day Takes You. Revised. Screenwriter: Michael Hitchcock and Kurt Voss, rewrite by Marc Rocco 1991

Box 53

While You Were Sleeping. Screenwriter: Dan Sullivan and Fred Lebow 1994

Box 53

While You Were Sleeping. Screenwriter: Dan Sullivan and Fred Lebow 1994

Box 53

While You Were Sleeping. Screenwriter: Dan Sullivan and Fred Lebow 1994

Box 54

White Man's Burden. Screenwriter: Desmond Nakano probably 1994

Box 54

White Man's Burden. Draft. Screenwriter: Desmond Nakano 1994

Box 54

White Man's Burden. Second draft. Screenwriter: Desmond Nakano 1994

Box 54

White Men Can't Jump. First draft. Screenwriter: Ron Shelton 1991

Box 54

White Sands. Draft. Screenwriter: Daniel Pyne 1990

Box 55

Wild Bill. 3 copies. Different drafts. Screenwriter: Walter Hill 1994

Box 55

Wishmaster. Screenwriter: Peter Atkins 1996

Box 55

Wrestling Ernest Hemingway. Screenwriter: Steve Conrad 1992

Box 55

Wrongfully Accused. Revised. Screenwriter: Pat Proft 1997

 

Subseries I. 2000's 2000-2005

Physical Description: 1.5 boxes
Box 56

25th Hour. Signed by Benioff. Screenwriter: David Benioff probably 2002

Box 56

A Beautiful Mind. "For Your Consideration" Oscar consideration script from Universal. Screenwriter: Akiva Goldsman probably 2001

Box 56

A Beautiful Mind. 2 copies. Autographed, possibly by Goldsmith. Screenwriter: Akiva Goldsmith probably 2001

Box 56

Adaptation. Bound copy with color cover. Signed by Charlie Kaufman. Screenwriter: Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman Probably 2002

Box 56

Doctor Doolittle 2 2000

Box 56

Ghost World. Screenplay in comic book form. Screenwriter: Daniel Clowes and Terry Zwigoff 2001

Box 56

Hearts in Atlantis. Fifth draft, final shooting draft. Signed by Scott Hicks (director) and William Goldman (writer). Screenwriter: William Goldman 2001

Box 56

Moonlight Mile. Signed by Brad Silberling. Screenwriter: Brad Silberling 2002

Box 56

Shrek. Screenwriter: Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and Joe Stillman and Roger S.H. Schulman probably 2001

Box 56

Sidewalks of New York. 2 copies. Final draft. Unknown signature on front page of both. Screenwriter: Edward Burns 2000

Box 57

Sideways. Half sheets. Screenwriter: Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor 2004

Box 57

Syriana. Bound copy with nice cover. Screenwriter: Stephen Gaghan probably 2005

Box 57

Talk to Her. 2 copies. Fifth version. Screenwriter: Pedro Almodovar 2001

Box 57

The Barbarian Invasions. 2 copies. Half sheets. Screenwriter: Denys Arcand 2002

Box 57

The Majestic. Final shooting draft. Two signatures on front page. Screenwriter: Michael Sloane probably 2001

Box 57

The Man Who Wasn't There. 2 copies. Revised. Screenwriter: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen 2000

 

Subseries J. Undated Undated

Physical Description: .5 boxes
Box 57

Gale Force. Screenwriter: Albert Aley Undated

Box 57

Hunter. Possible Steve McQueen movie by another title. Undated

Box 57

The Fox and the Forest. Screenwriter: Ray Bradbury Undated

Box 57

Untitled. Cover missing. Some kind of werewolf movie. Undated

 

Series 2 Screenplays for Made for Television Films 1972-1997

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains made for television movie screenplays. The version or draft of the screenplay is indicated in the item record where relevant.
Box 58

A Streetcar Named Desire. Screenwriter: Tennessee Williams 1994

Box 58

Absolute Strangers (The Nancy-Martin Klein Story). Second draft. Screenwriter: Robert Anderson 1990

Box 58

American Family Robinson. First draft. Screenwriter: Steve Bloom and Jonathan Roberts 1995

Box 58

Family Flight. ABC Movie of the Week. Screenwriter: Guerdon Trueblood 1972

Box 58

Family Man (A Family for Joe). Screenwriter: Arnold Margolin 1989

Box 58

In Sickness and in Health. Revised. Screenwriter: Alan Hines 1991

Box 58

Liars. Screenwriter: David Chase 1983

Box 58

Liberace. Revised. ABC Movie of the Week. Screenwriter: Anthony Lawrence and Nancy Lawrence 1988

Box 58

Moment of Truth: Cult Rescue. Revised final draft. Screenwriter: Dan Levine 1994

Box 59

Montana. Revised first draft. Screenwriter: Larry McMurtry 1988

Box 59

Moviola "The Scarlett O'Hara War." Revised draft. Screenwriter: William Hanley 1979

Box 59

Moviola "The Silent Lovers." Photocopy of script signed by Hanley. Screenwriter: William Hanley 1979

Box 59

Passport to Murder (aka Masquerade). Revised format. Screenwriter: Alfred Monacella 1992

Box 59

Perfect Witness. Incomplete. probably 1989

Box 59

Senior Trip. Screenwriter: Kenneth Johnson and Dan Kibble probably 1981

Box 59

Skylark (Sarah II). Screenwriter: Patricia MacLachlan 1992

Box 59

Sparkling Cyanide. Annotated. probably 1983

Box 59

Sunstroke. First draft. Screenwriter: Duane Poole 1992

Box 60

Svengali. 4th rewrite. Screenwriter: Frank Cucci 1981

Box 60

The Gulf [released as Don't Look Back]. Shooting draft. Screenwriter: Tom Epperson and Billy Bob Thornton 1996

Box 60

The Halloween Tree. Screenwriter: Ray Bradbury probably 1993

Box 60

The New Swiss Family Robinson. Shooting draft. Screenwriter: Stewart Raffill 1997

Box 60

The Suicide's Wife. Screenwriter: Dennis Nemec 1979

Box 60

The Suicide's Wife. Screenwriter: Robert J. Shaw probably 1979

Box 60

The Take. Draft. 1989

Box 60

Where are My Children? Revised. Screenwriter: Michael Zagor 1994

Box 60

Witch Hunt. Director's revision. Screenwriter: Joseph Dougherty 1994

Box 60

XXX's and OOO's. Revised draft. Screenwriter: Alice Randall and John Wilder 1994

 

Series 3 Non-Screenplay Materials 1952-1997

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains storyboards, treatments, press packets and production notes.
Box 61

9 to 5. Preliminary production information w/ photograph of Parton, Tomlin and Fonda. probably 1980

Box 61

Atomic Monster [released as It Came From Outer Space]. Treatment. Screenwriter: Ray Bradbury 1952

Box 61

Brubaker. Preliminary production information. probably 1980

Box 61

Final Analysis. Rough draft. Storyboards. Scenes 7-16 (Bantar man Sequence). 1991

Box 61

G.I. Joe. Principle characters. Undated

Box 61

Gattaca. Quotes and reviews. probably 1997

Box 61

House of Dracula. Just the cover page. 1945

Box 61

Over the Top. 2 copies. Informational and press packet. probably 1987

Box 62

Star Trek: The Next Generation. Treatment. Extensive character and format analysis. probably 1980's

Box 62

Star Wars - Episode VI: Revenge of the Jedi. Revised plot synopsis of Episode VI "Journal of the Whills" titled "The Return and Revenge of the Jedi." Screenwriter: George Lucas 1980

Box 62

Terminator 2: Judgement Day. 2 copies. Storyboards, Volume 1. probably 1991

Box 62

Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Storyboards, Volume 2. probably 1991

Box 62

The Brink's Job. 2 copies. Press packet with production notes. Screenwriter: Walon Green 1978

Box 63

The Day the Earth Stood Still II. Revised treatment. Screenwriter: Ray Bradbury 1981

Box 63

The Little Mermaid. 2 copies. Storyboard. circa 1989

Box 63

The Serpent's Egg. Promotional packet with synopsis, production notes and press clippings. Screenwriter: Ingmar Bergman probably 1977

Box 63

The Thing. Story treatment. Screenwriter: William F. Nolan 1978