Collection consists primarily of television scripts and production the career of writer and producer Robert Wells. Includes
materials for television shows and specials, motion pictures, and live variety shows including The Dinah Shore Chevy show.
Also includes material for live performaces including: Victor/Victoria, and Shirley Maclaines Las Vegas show, If they could
see me now. Additionally there is a small collection of slides and photographs for productions.
Robert Wells was born Robert Levinson on October 15, 1922; lyricist, composer, writer and producer whose songwriting credits
included; From here to eternity, Born to be blue, Magic town, Re-enlistment blues, and When Joanna loved me; his most famous
song was The Christmas song, co-written in 1945 with Mel Torme and popularized in recordings by Nat "King" Cole and countless
others; nominated for Oscar songwriting awards for It's easy to say, From here to eternity, and County fair; was for many
years producer and head writer of The Dinah Shore Chevy show, for which he received four Emmys; honored with two Emmy awards
for Shirley MacLaine, If they could see me now; Wells died September 23, 1998.
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