The Frank P. Rosenberg papers span the years 1938-1991 (bulk 1950s) and encompass 2.5 linear feet. The
collection includes bound scripts, with motion picture production photographs, for a dozen films produced
by Rosenberg. For MADIGAN (1968) there are also clippings and reviews and some production material. In
addition, there is a small amount of miscellaneous papers, including clippings and correspondence, and
some books that were adapted to film.
Frank P. Rosenberg was an American producer most active in film from 1939 to the 1960s. He began his
career with Columbia Pictures in New York and worked his way to head of national publicity and
advertising for the studio. He came to Hollywood in 1946 and soon formed an independent production
company with Monty Schaff. Rosenberg went on to produce films at 20th Century-Fox and Warner Bros. He
also worked in television from the 1950s to 1990s.
2.5 linear feet of papers.
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