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Finding Aid for the William Read Woodfield Papers, ca. 1950-1975
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William Read Woodfield (1928- ) was a free-lance writer and photographer, and wrote scripts for television programs including Death Valley days and Mission impossible. The collection consists of production materials and scripts for the television programs Mission impossible, and Shaft. Also available in the collection are various issues of Television quarterly: the journal of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Woodfield was born on January 21, 1928; became a free-lance writer and photographer; wrote scripts for television programs including Death Valley days, Sea hunt, Mission impossible, Shaft, and SFX; published works include Ustinov's diplomats (with Peter Ustinov, 1959) and Ninth life (with Milton Machlin, 1961).
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