The Arthur Lubin scripts span the years 1933-1965 and encompass 5.5 linear feet. The collection
contains a handful of annotated scripts for films Lubin directed. The bulk of the collection consists of
Lubin's bound script volumes containing more than 120 episodes of "Mister Ed" written by Lou Derman, Ben
Starr, Bill Davenport, Larry Rhine, and others.
Arthur Lubin was an American director active in film from 1933 to 1971. He began as an actor in plays
and films and segued into casting and directing. Lubin worked in television beginning in the late
5.5 linear feet of papers.
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