Linwood G. Dunn papers

Catalogued by Prouty, Howard; Catalogued by Denk, Clare
Margaret Herrick Library. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
333 S La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Published January 2023


Descriptive Summary

Abstract: The collection consists of production files; television files; client and project files; correspondence; contracts; financial information; notebooks and photographs concerning special effects for various films, including those from RKO in the 1940s; and material documenting Dunn’s lectures and presentations at festivals and colleges. There is also extensive material on Film Effects of Hollywood, including contract files and financial statements.
Collector: Dunn, Linwood G.
Dates: 1902-2001
Dates: 1944-1977
Collection number: 426
Collection Size: 43 linear ft. of papers 201 item(s) of artworks
Repository: Margaret Herrick Library. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Available by appointment only.

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

Linwood G. Dunn papers, Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Nancy Dunn, 1999-2014, and Pam Carlisle, 2009

Collection Scope and Content Summary

The Linwood G. Dunn papers span the years 1902-2001 (bulk 1944-1977) and encompass 43 linear feet. The papers consist of production files, television files, stage files, subject files, lecture files, and oversize material.
The production files contain scripts, clippings, correspondence, financial information, and production information. There is extensive documentation of Dunn’s matte work for RKO during the 1940s which includes matte shot cards specifying a scene that needs matte work, worksheets containing handwritten notes as to how the matte work should be done, and photographs of blacked-out areas which needs matte work followed by photographs of the scene with the matte. Films in the collection highlighting his matte work include TENDER COMRADE (1943), DAYS OF GLORY (1944), IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), NOTORIOUS (1946), HONEYMOON (1947), and I REMEMBER MAMA (1948). There is also extensive production material on IT’S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963), HAWAII (1966), and THE BIRTH (1970) which was shown in “Astrorama” at Expo ’70. Of special note is correspondence discussing the possession scene in THE EXORCIST (1973), production art for WEST SIDE STORY (1961), and a drawing of the washroom scene from HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING (1967) with a note citing Cary Grant as being in the scene. The unproduced files include a script and correspondence for COLD WAR IN A COUNTRY GARDEN and production material for the unrealized project WONDER CIRCUS which was to star Charles Ruggles.
The television files contain agreements, clippings, correspondence, financial information, and production material. Of interest, is production material regarding special effects to be used in episodes of STAR TREK (1966-1969).
The stage files contain scripts, clippings, financial information, production material, programs, and miscellaneous files for “The Happy Time” which incorporated special film scenery and “The Osmonds Show” which involved filming a live concert.
The subject files contain agreements, brochures, clippings, correspondence, financial information, legal papers, meeting minutes, miscellaneous papers, personal material, and transcripts. Correspondence includes letters regarding the disappearance of his first wife Eleanor Dunn, correspondence from Elmo Williams discussing his working on location for THE BIG GAMBLE (1961), a letter from Wally Gentleman discussing his problems with Stanley Kubrick on the set of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968), a letter from Dunn discussing his reaction upon viewing color television for the first time, and a letter from Dunn regarding his meeting with Steven Spielberg. Also of interest is a letter from Dunn to Elmo Williams discussing his work as a production camera assistant on the set of HELL’S ANGELS (1930).
Other items include a handwritten list of films viewed by Dunn as a teenager from 1918 to 1919, original notes on the Acme-Dunn Optical Printer, two in-depth interviews with Dunn from the 1970s, extensive material on Film Effects of Hollywood, including correspondence of executive employees Don Weed and Cecil Love, documentation on formats and color processes such as 3-D and Dynavision, and information regarding the development of the Electronic Composite Printer. Also of interest is a technical bulletin sent out to film exhibitors regarding installation of 70mm projectors for a screening of SPARTACUS (1960).
The lecture files contain correspondence, lists, and notes regarding lectures delivered by Dunn at conferences, festivals, and universities.
The oversize material includes a newspaper prop used in THE CITY ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER (1967) from STAR TREK (1966-1969).

Biography

Linwood G. Dunn (1904-1998) was born in Brooklyn, New York. In 1923, he worked as a projectionist in New York City for the American Motion Picture Corporation. In 1925, he began working as an assistant cameraman for his uncle Spencer Gordon Bennet on the Pathé serial THE GREEN ARCHER (1925) and continued working on serials including SNOWED IN (1926) and HAWK OF THE HILLS (1927) until becoming first cameraman on the Pathé serial QUEEN OF THE NORTHWOODS (1929). After Pathé ran into financial difficulties, Dunn freelanced for a period during which he served as an extra cameraman on FLIGHT (1929) and HELL'S ANGELS (1930). In 1929, Howard Hurd offered Dunn a position as assistant cameraman at the newly-formed Photographic Effects Department at RKO where he would remain until 1957. During this time, Dunn worked in various capacities on the creation of the RKO logo, and films such as THE CASE OF SERGEANT GRISCHA (1930), DANGER LIGHTS (1930), CIMARRON (1931), THE PHANTOM OF CRESTWOOOD (1932), ACES OF ACES (1933), FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933), KING KONG (1933), CITIZEN KANE (1941), CAT PEOPLE (1942), RINGSIDE (1949), MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (1949), THE THING (1951), and THE NARROW MARGIN (1953).
In 1942, Eastman Kodak commissioned Dunn to work on an optical printer for the Armed Forces Photographic Unit. By 1944, Dunn and Cecil Love, along with Acme Tool Manufacturing Company, invented the Acme-Dunn Optical Printer which became the standard printer used in the industry. For their efforts they received a technical award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 1957, Dunn expanded his special effects company Film Effects of Hollywood which was originally founded in 1946. His company created special effects for WEST SIDE STORY (1961), IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963), THE GREAT RACE (1965), HAWAII (1966), and AIRPORT (1970). The company worked on the opening sequence and other special effects for STAR TREK (1966-1969) as well as films for world fairs. He sold the company in the 1980s. During the 1970s, Dunn devoted more time to lecturing at colleges and film societies. In 1983, he worked on “The ASC Treasury of Visual Effects” written by George Turner. In addition to a number of other honors bestowed by the Academy, Dunn received the 1984 Gordon E. Sawyer Award. The Linwood Dunn Theater in the Academy’s Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood, California is named in his honor.

Arrangement of the Collection

1. Production files, subseries A-B as follows: A. Produced; B. Unproduced; 2. Television files, subseries A-B as follows: A. Produced; B. Unproduced; 3. Stage files; 4. Subject files, subseries A-B as follows: A. General; B. Lectures; 5. Oversize; 6. Additions, subseries as follows: A. Received 2016; B. Received 2019; 7. Awards

Indexing terms

Dunn, Linwood G.
Cinematographers
Special effects
Technical advisors


 

Manuscripts

 

Production files/Produced

folder 1

ACTION IN ARABIA--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71302209

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; seventeen 5x7 photographs, primarily of airport and street scene; six 8x10 photographs
folder 2

ADVENTURE IN BALTIMORE--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453078

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; five 5x8 photographs
folder 3

THE ADVENTURES OF A ROOKIE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453079

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; seven 5x7 photographs, primarily of cloud effects
folder 4

AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71453080

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; three 5x8 photographs, showing theater marquees
folder 5

AIRPORT--agreements 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468895

Scope and Content Note

agreement signed by Linwood Dunn and Marshall A. Green, February 13, 1969, 3 pages
folder 6

AIRPORT--breakdowns 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468894

Scope and Content Note

breakdown of opening title sequence, September 22, 1969
folder 7

AIRPORT--correspondence 1968--1970

Record ID: 71468892

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood Dunn to Don Weed reporting on the screening of two sequences viewed by himself, George Seaton, Ross Hunter, E. Preston Ames, and Ernest Laszlo, June 5, 1969; letter Don Weed to Charles Greenlaw regarding storyboard sketches reviewed by Irmin Roberts, January 28, 1969; letter from Dunn to Greenlaw regarding discussion with George Seaton regarding snow sequence for [AIRPORT], February 14, 1969; letter from Dunn to Greenlaw discussing control tower and ground control sequences in AIRPORT, June 13, 1969, with attached schedule
folder 8

AIRPORT--financial 1969--1969

Record ID: 71476367

Scope and Content Note

folder 9

AIRPORT--processing orders 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468896

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folder 10

AIRPORT--production 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468897

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folder 11

AIRPORT--storyboards 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468893

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of storyboards, January 28, 1969
folder 12

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES--restoration 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468898

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folder 13

ALLIGATOR--budgets Circa 1980--1980

Record ID: 71470047

Scope and Content Note

memorandum from Wally Gentleman to [Linwood G. Dunn?] discussing specific production sequences as approved by Marianne Chase with attached budget, July 17, 1980
folder 14

ALLIGATOR--memoranda 1980--1980

Record ID: 71476092

Scope and Content Note

memo from Wally Gentleman to Don Weed listing special effects required after speaking with Lewis Teague, July 11, 1980
folder 15

THE AMERICANO--script 1954--1954

Record ID: 71453081

Scope and Content Note

shooting script by Guy Trosper, June 4, 1954, 110 pages
folder 16

THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN--script Circa 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468899

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of partial script for special effects sequence, circa 1969, approximately 29 pages
folder 17

THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN--correspondence 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468901

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from Linwood Dunn to Boris Leven discussing his reaction after reading the script, September 15, 1969; letter from Dunn to Robert Wise discussing breakdown of scenes which will require special effects, September 30, 1969, 3 pages
folder 18

THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN--production board 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468900

Scope and Content Note

production board, September 11, 1969; memo from Ernest B. Wehmeyer to Linwood Dunn, [1969]
folder 19

ANGEL FACE--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71453082

Scope and Content Note

work sheet
folder 20

ANNA--promotion 1987--1987

Record ID: 71468902

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folder 21

AROUND THE WORLD--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453083

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; twenty-one 5x7 photographs [some showing Kay Kyser]
folder 22

AT SWORD'S POINT--production 1949--1950

Record ID: 71453084

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; five 5x8 photographs, showing palaces
folder 23

BACK TO BATAAN--production 1944--1945

Record ID: 71453085

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; fourteen 5x7 photographs
folder 24

BADMAN'S TERRITORY--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453086

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; six 5x7 photographs
folder 25

THE BAMBOO BLONDE--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453087

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph showing theater marquee
folder 26

BANJO--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453088

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; seven 5x7 photographs showing mansion; strip of 35mm negative film
folder 27

BARBARELLA--clippings 1967--1967

Record ID: 71481085

Scope and Content Note

folder 28

BARBARELLA--correspondence 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468903

Scope and Content Note

folder 29

BARBARELLA--production notes Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71481088

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folder 30

BEAT THE BAND--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453089

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; three 5x7 photographs showing painted in top of house
folder 31

BEDLAM--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453090

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; two 5x7 photographs
folder 32

BEHIND THE RISING SUN--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453091

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [two with storyboard sketches showing painting and glass shot]; matte shot cards; twenty-eight 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 33

THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453092

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; seven 5x7 photographs; five 8x10 photographs; one strip of 35mm positive film
folder 34

BERLIN EXPRESS--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453093

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work sheet; matte shot card; three 5x8 photographs showing a train station
folder 35

BETRAYAL FROM THE EAST--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453094

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; five 5x8 photographs of water and clouds
folder 36

THE BIBLE--correspondence 1963--1966

Record ID: 71468906

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Dino De Laurentiis offering his services for his upcoming project, May 4, 1963, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Samuel E. Beetley contemplating work possible for film, August 18, 1965; memo containing list of film effects, November 8, 1965; letter from Dunn to his employees describing in detail his work on the film in Rome, December 1, 1965, 3 pages; letter from Dunn to De Laurentiis discussing volcano sequence, December 23, 1965, 2 pages; notes on conference call between Stu Brown, Ralph Kemplen, Lilliana Avincola, Dunn, Fred Hynes, Sam Beetley, "Mr. Fox" and "Mr. Johnson," January 20, 1966; letter from Dunn to attorney David Fleming expressing concern that he has not been paid, August 9, 1966
folder 37

THE BIBLE--invoices 1965--1966

Record ID: 71468905

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folder 38

THE BIBLE--notes 1965--1966

Record ID: 71468907

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folder 39

THE BIBLE--publicity 1964--1966

Record ID: 71468904

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folder 40

THE BIG COUNTRY--print 1974--1974

Record ID: 71468908

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding lab work to be done to make reprint of film, 1974
folder 41

BILLY JACK GOES TO WASHINGTON--correspondence 1976--1977

Record ID: 71468911

Scope and Content Note

interoffice memo from Tom Laughlin to Hugh Benson complaining that Don Weed never gave him schedule of viewing "trial" shots of blue screen work, January 5, 1977; letter from Laughlin to Benson objecting to poor performance of Film Effects of Hollywood, March 14, 1977, 2 pages
folder 42

BILLY JACK GOES TO WASHINGTON--financial 1976--1977

Record ID: 71468913

Scope and Content Note

folder 43

BILLY JACK GOES TO WASHINGTON--notes 1976--1977

Record ID: 71468916

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folder 44

BILLY JACK GOES TO WASHINGTON--production 1976--1977

Record ID: 71468912

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folder 45

THE BIRDS--correspondence 1962--1963

Record ID: 71468910

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Paul Donnelly suggesting that Film Effects of Hollywood should operate as special effects department, November 8, 1962, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Donnelly authorizing payment to James Leicester and William Draper for their work, November 23, 1962
folder 46

THE BIRDS--production 1962--1963

Record ID: 71468909

Scope and Content Note

folder 47

THE BIRTH--clippings Circa 1969--1971

Record ID: 71470864

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folder 48

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1965--1968

Record ID: 71470112

Scope and Content Note

folder 49

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1969--1969

Record ID: 71471153

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, January through March 1969
folder 50

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1969--1969

Record ID: 71471154

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, April through June 1969
folder 51

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1969--1969

Record ID: 71471156

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, July through September 1969
folder 52

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1969--1969

Record ID: 71471158

Scope and Content Note

correspondence October 1969 through December 1969
folder 53

THE BIRTH--correspondence (business) 1970--1970

Record ID: 71471159

Scope and Content Note

folder 54

THE BIRTH--correspondence (personal) 1969--1974

Record ID: 71470474

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of handwritten letter from Yasuo Aihara to Linwood G. Dunn asking for changes to be made to film, January 12, 1970, 3 pages; letter from Aihara to Dunn reflecting on success of Astrorama films, expressing concern that equipment will be destroyed if not sold, and expressing interest in working with Dunn in Hollywood, October 10, 1970, 2 pages; photocopy of handwritten letter from Dunn to Aihara discussing his failure to sell the Astrorama system to Hollywood, the decline of work in Hollywood, and the possibility of Aihara starting his own company in Japan, May 21, 1971, 4 pages; letter from Aihara to Dunn discussing his plans to show Astrorama at Expo '75, September 14, 1973
folder 55

THE BIRTH--customs 1969--1969

Record ID: 71470108

Scope and Content Note

customs papers for transporting film from Tokyo, Japan to Los Angeles, California, 1969
folder 56

THE BIRTH--cutting notes Circa 1968--1970

Record ID: 71470132

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folder 57

THE BIRTH--equipment 1969--1969

Record ID: 71470117

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folder 58

THE BIRTH--financial 1970--1970

Record ID: 71470114

Scope and Content Note

folder 59

THE BIRTH--legal 1968--1970

Record ID: 71470107

Scope and Content Note

handwritten memo from Linwood G. Dunn to Don Weed expressing frustration over contract and considering dropping project, January 15, [1969]
folder 60

THE BIRTH--miscellaneous Circa 1967--1970

Record ID: 71470109

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "This is Astrorama!" by Linwood G. Dunn, circa 1970, 10 pages [lightly annotated]; promotional still for HARMONY OF NATURE AND MAN directed by Roger Tilton and music by Elmer Bernstein, 1970 [also shown at expo]; material on Goto Optical
folder 61

THE BIRTH--pamphlets 1970--1970

Record ID: 71480081

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folder 62

THE BIRTH--press releases 1968--1968

Record ID: 71481961

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folder 63

THE BIRTH--preview 1968--1968

Record ID: 71470121

Scope and Content Note

list of attendants at preview of film, September 4, 1968
folder 64

THE BIRTH--production Circa 1968--1970

Record ID: 71470113

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list of modifications requested for "No. 7 Single Camera," August 31, 1968
folder 65

THE BIRTH--production (technical dispute) 1969--1971

Record ID: 71470475

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folder 66

THE BIRTH--programs 1970--1970

Record ID: 71480080

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folder 67

THE BIRTH--promotion 1970--1970

Record ID: 71470133

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brochure with color illustrations of the "pano-hemispheric motion picture," [1970]
folder 68

THE BIRTH--report 1970--1970

Record ID: 71475420

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Trip Report: Expo '70," by Rudy Bretz, October 1970, 54 pages
folder 69

THE BIRTH--schedules 1968--1970

Record ID: 71470484

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from Japanese representative to Linwood G. Dunn expressing concerns over schedule, December 8, 1969, 3 pages
folder 70

BLACKBEARD, THE PIRATE--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71453095

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; nineteen 5x7 photographs, some with proposed matte drawn on photo; Technicolor data sheets; memos
folder 71

BLOOD ON THE MOON--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453096

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; six 5x7 photographs
folder 72

BODYGUARD--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453097

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph of railroad crossing
folder 73

BOLSHOI BALLET 67--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468917

Scope and Content Note

production material related to trailer for film, 1966
folder 74

BOMBARDIER--production 1942--1943

Record ID: 71453098

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirty-two 5x7 photographs; one strip of 35mm positive film showing Tokyo at night
folder 75

BORN TO KILL--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453099

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; ten 5x7 photographs, primarily of San Francisco; four strips of 35mm negative film
folder 76

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--script 1963--1963

Record ID: 71468921

Scope and Content Note

[first draft?] of screenplay by Rolf Forsberg, June 10, 1963, 26 pages
folder 77

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--script 1963--1963

Record ID: 71468922

Scope and Content Note

fourth revision of screenplay by Rolf Forsberg, July 9, 1963, 18 pages [lightly annotated]
folder 78

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--script 1963--1963

Record ID: 71468923

Scope and Content Note

sixth revision of screenplay by Rolf Forsberg, September 10, 1963, 16 pages [lightly annotated]
folder 79

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--correspondence 1963--1963

Record ID: 71468925

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to William Harder noting that he has better understanding of project thanks to Jack Whitehead, July 31, 1963, 4 pages
folder 80

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--production 1963--1963

Record ID: 71468926

Scope and Content Note

folder 81

BOUNTY WITHOUT BOUNDARIES--publicity Circa 1963--1964

Record ID: 71468933

Scope and Content Note

folder 82

THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453100

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card
folder 83

BRIDE BY MISTAKE--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453101

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirteen 5x7 photographs, primarily showing a beach house matted in; two 8x10 photographs
folder 84

BRIDE FOR SALE--production 1949--1949

Record ID: 71453102

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card; two 5x7photographs
folder 85

THE BRIGHTON STRANGLER--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453103

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; eight 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 86

CAST A GIANT SHADOW--memoranda 1965--1965

Record ID: 71468924

Scope and Content Note

memo from Norm Davis to Bert Bates, November 30, 1965
folder 87

CAT BALLOU--correspondence 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468929

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Elliot Silverstein discussing process of filming "chase around the aperture" scene in film, November 12, 1964, 2 pages
folder 88

CHANGES--production 1967--1969

Record ID: 71468931

Scope and Content Note

folder 89

CHEYENNE AUTUMN--production 1963--1964

Record ID: 71468934

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folder 90

CHILD OF DIVORCE--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453104

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card; one 5x7 photograph; one 8x10 photograph; one 8x10 negative
folder 91

CHINA SKY--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453105

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; eighteen 5x7 photographs
folder 92

CINERAMA'S RUSSIAN ADVENTURE--financial 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468935

Scope and Content Note

folder 93

CINERAMA'S RUSSIAN ADVENTURE--miscellaneous 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468936

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folder 94

CIRCUS WORLD--clippings 1963--1963

Record ID: 71482647

Scope and Content Note

folder 95

CIRCUS WORLD--correspondence 1963--1963

Record ID: 71478230

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from Tambi Larsen to Linwood G. Dunn discussing his work on film, May 27, [1963]; telegram from Frank Capra Jr. to Dunn apologizing for shipwreck sequence being taken out of script, May 27, 1963; handwritten letter from Larsen to Dunn further reporting that his work on the film involving the iceberg, shipwreck, and the landing on the Scottish coast has been cut out, June 4, [1963], 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Doc Erickson with mention of Frank Capra being taken off of film, July 5, 1963, 2 pages
folder 96

CIRCUS WORLD--storyboards Circa 1963--1963

Record ID: 71482646

Scope and Content Note

folder 97

THE CLAY PIGEON--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453106

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; two 5x7 photographs
folder 98

COMMON LAW WIFE--charts 1960--1960

Record ID: 71469393

Scope and Content Note

five charts for optical work, [1960]
folder 99

COMMON LAW WIFE--production 1960--1961

Record ID: 71469401

Scope and Content Note

day for night log, January 3, 1961, 2 pages; handwritten main title sequence, [1961]
folder 100

THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453109

Scope and Content Note

work sheet
folder 0

THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH--programs 1972--1972

Record ID: 71528245

Scope and Content Note

folder 101

CONGO AWAKENING--legal 1958--1958

Record ID: 71453110

Scope and Content Note

signed distribution agreement between L. C. Smith and Film Effects of Hollywood, October 14, 1958
folder 102

THE CONQUEROR--script 1954--1954

Record ID: 71453111

Scope and Content Note

final screenplay by Oscar Millard, May 14, 1954, with changes through May 24, 1954, approximately 138 pages
folder 103

THE CONQUEROR--clippings Circa 1956--1956

Record ID: 71480792

Scope and Content Note

folder 104

CORNERED--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453112

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph
folder 105

CRACK-UP--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453113

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; two 5x7 photographs
folder 106

CROSSFIRE--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453115

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card; one 5x7 photograph; strip of 35mm positive film
folder 107

THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453116

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 108

DAMNATION ALLEY--script 1975--1975

Record ID: 71468950

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Alan Sharp, June 26, 1975, approximately 131 pages
folder 109

DAMNATION ALLEY--agreements 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468941

Scope and Content Note

deal memos for Kenneth Brier and Don Hendricks, 1976
folder 110

DAMNATION ALLEY--clippings 1975--1976

Record ID: 71468951

Scope and Content Note

folder 111

DAMNATION ALLEY--correspondence 1975--1976

Record ID: 71468943

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Jerome Zeitman providing overview of how his company can be involved in film, January 7, 1976; letter from Dunn to Don Weed regarding recent screening of opening sequence at Twentieth Century-Fox, August 9, 1976
folder 112

DAMNATION ALLEY--data 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468949

Scope and Content Note

data on slates regarding background plates, 1976
folder 113

DAMNATION ALLEY--financial 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468944

Scope and Content Note

folder 114

DAMNATION ALLEY--miscellaneous 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468945

Scope and Content Note

folder 115

DAMNATION ALLEY--notes Circa 1976--1976

Record ID: 71469981

Scope and Content Note

folder 116

DAMNATION ALLEY--processing orders 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468952

Scope and Content Note

folder 117

DAMNATION ALLEY--production 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468947

Scope and Content Note

location survey itinerary, February 4, 1976, 2 pages
folder 118

DAMNATION ALLEY--receipts 1975--1977

Record ID: 71468948

Scope and Content Note

folder 119

DAMNATION ALLEY--shooting schedules 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468946

Scope and Content Note

second unit shooting schedule, April 19, 1976
folder 120

DAMNATION ALLEY--staff and crew lists 1976--1976

Record ID: 71468942

Scope and Content Note

folder 121

DARLING LILI--clippings 1968--1968

Record ID: 71468956

Scope and Content Note

folder 122

DARLING LILI--correspondence 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468953

Scope and Content Note

folder 123

DARLING LILI--data Circa 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468955

Scope and Content Note

Technicolor data sheets, circa 1969
folder 124

DARLING LILI--production 1967--1970

Record ID: 71468954

Scope and Content Note

call sheet for shooting on closed set, April 18, 1968; titles, December 8, 1970 [2 copies]
folder 125

DAYS OF GLORY--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453119

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [some of which have crude storyboard drawings of shot needed]; nineteen 5x7 photographs
folder 126

DAYS OF GLORY--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71455346

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [some of which have crude storyboard drawings of shot needed]; twenty-two 5x7 photographs
folder 127

DEADLINE AT DAWN--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453122

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; five 5x7 photographs; six 8x10 photographs [some have been painted to show requested effects]; strip of 35mm positive film
folder 128

THE DEVIL'S RAIN--script 1973--1973

Record ID: 71468958

Scope and Content Note

partial script relating to special effects sequence, October 1973, 6 pages
folder 129

THE DEVIL'S RAIN--agreements 1964--1975

Record ID: 71468959

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of agreement for THE GREAT RACE, July 2, 1964, 2 pages; photocopy of agreement for AIRPORT, February 13, 1969, 3 pages; proposed agreement submitted to Linwood Dunn and Don Weed, November 21, 1974, 5 pages, with attached handwritten "mock" contract written by [Dunn?] along with notes criticizing studio proposal, 3 pages
folder 130

THE DEVIL'S RAIN--legal 1975--1975

Record ID: 71455368

Scope and Content Note

contract proposal, January 7, 1975
folder 131

THE DEVIL'S RAIN--miscellaneous 1973--1975

Record ID: 71468960

Scope and Content Note

interoffice memo from Linwood Dunn to Don Weed discussing the potential challenges of working on film, December 2, 1974
folder 132

THE DEVIL'S RAIN--production Circa 1975--1975

Record ID: 71468961

Scope and Content Note

paperwork and copies of storyboards relating to "bottle sequence" in film, circa 1975
folder 133

DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE--correspondence 1966--1966

Record ID: 71477588

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Norman Lear regarding agreement, May 11, 1966; letter from Dunn to Lear regarding estimate, May 16, 1966
folder 134

DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468962

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood Dunn to Don Weed discussing use of helicopter-mounted camera for opening scenes, May 9, 1966; list of shots for opening titles, May 13, 1966, 2 pages
folder 135

DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE--publicity 1966--1967

Record ID: 71468963

Scope and Content Note

folder 136

DOCTOR DOLITTLE--clippings 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468957

Scope and Content Note

folder 137

THE EARTH IS MAN'S HOME--blueprint Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71475511

Scope and Content Note

drawing of cross section of theatre, circa 1967
folder 138

THE EARTH IS MAN'S HOME--correspondence 1965--1967

Record ID: 71475246

Scope and Content Note

folder 139

THE EARTH IS MAN'S HOME--count sheets 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468964

Scope and Content Note

folder 140

THE EARTH IS MAN'S HOME--data Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468965

Scope and Content Note

Technicolor data sheets, circa 1967
folder 141

THE EARTH IS MAN'S HOME--publicity 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469970

Scope and Content Note

clipping, May 14, 1967; press release written by Cecil Love, [1967], 2 pages
folder 142

EARTHQUAKE--production 1969--1973

Record ID: 71468966

Scope and Content Note

folder 143

EASY LIVING--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453124

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; thirteen 5x7 photographs, showing football game at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles
folder 144

THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE--production 1944--1945

Record ID: 71453126

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; fifty 5x7 photographs
folder 145

ENCHANTED ISLAND--correspondence 1958--1958

Record ID: 71454163

Scope and Content Note

carbons of letters from Linwood Dunn to James Leicester with information about footage shipped and how there was not enough time to do a proper job
folder 146

EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453127

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; three 5x7 photographs
folder 147

THE EXORCIST--clippings 1972--1974

Record ID: 71480806

Scope and Content Note

folder 148

THE EXORCIST--correspondence 1972--1973

Record ID: 71468969

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood G. Dunn to William Friedkin regarding facial changes, September 27, 1972; letter from Dunn to Charles Greenlaw discussing Friedkin's reaction to screening of special effects tests based on information from editor Jordan Leondopoulos, November 29, 1972, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Greenlaw discussing change of color from blue to red during possession scene, December 21, 1972; memo from Dunn to Greenlaw regarding challenging special effects sequence, March 20, 1973, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Goldman discussing vomit sequence, May 30, 1973; handwritten memo from Dunn to staff regarding call from Leondopoulos as to changes that need to be made, July 13, [1973]
folder 149

THE EXORCIST--financial Circa 1973--1973

Record ID: 71479031

Scope and Content Note

folder 150

THE EXORCIST--production Circa 1972--1973

Record ID: 71468967

Scope and Content Note

make-up notes, June 14, 1972, 2 pages; rough draft of notes, [September 25, 1972]; call sheet, September 28, 1972; progress report on optical printer tests, November 1, 1972; list of make-up and special effects to be tested, circa 1973
folder 151

THE EXORCIST--program 1973--1973

Record ID: 71480807

Scope and Content Note

folder 152

THE EXORCIST--shooting schedules 1972--1972

Record ID: 71468968

Scope and Content Note

folder 153

EXPERIMENT PERILOUS--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453150

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirty-two 5x7 photographs, including ones showing a matte of Winged Victory; four 8x10 photographs; one strip of 35mm positive film
folder 154

THE FALCON AND THE CO-EDS--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453151

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; eleven 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 155

THE FALCON IN DANGER--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453152

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph
folder 156

THE FALCON IN MEXICO--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71453163

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 157

THE FALCON IN SAN FRANCISCO--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453164

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; one 5x7 photograph
folder 158

THE FALCON OUT WEST--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453165

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; six 5x7 photographs
folder 159

THE FALCON STRIKES BACK--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453168

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; four 5x7 photographs
folder 160

THE FALLEN SPARROW--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453170

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; four 5x7 photographs, showing seaplane matte
folder 161

FANTASTIC VOYAGE--agreements 1965--1965

Record ID: 71468972

Scope and Content Note

folder 162

FANTASTIC VOYAGE--correspondence 1965--1965

Record ID: 71468973

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Jack Thomas discussing plans for film and expressing concern that Don Hendricks does not have sufficient experience on blue-backing work, September 20, 1965
folder 163

THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453173

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; nine 5x7 photographs
folder 164

FEARLESS FRANK--correspondence 1965--1965

Record ID: 71470016

Scope and Content Note

folder 165

FEARLESS FRANK--financial 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470020

Scope and Content Note

folder 166

FEARLESS FRANK--orders 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470011

Scope and Content Note

folder 167

FEARLESS FRANK--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470010

Scope and Content Note

folder 168

FEARLESS FRANK--Technicolor reports 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470018

Scope and Content Note

folder 169

55 DAYS AT PEKING--correspondence 1962--1963

Record ID: 71476134

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Nicholas Ray discussing in detail test scenes which Ray will be viewing, August 31, 1962, 2 pages; telegram from Paul Lazarus to Dunn announcing illness of Ray, September 16, 1962; letter from Lucie Lichtig to Dunn discussing special effects desired by Ray, September 17, 1962
folder 170

55 DAYS AT PEKING--miscellaneous 1962--1962

Record ID: 71476135

Scope and Content Note

production material, 1962; handwritten notes regarding concern that Nicholas Ray will not allow anyone else to use special effects if he does not return to directing film, [1962]
folder 171

FIGHTING FATHER DUNNE--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453175

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; three 5x7 photographs
folder 172

THE FINAL GAME--production 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468930

Scope and Content Note

folder 173

FIRST YANK INTO TOKYO--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453176

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; four 5x7 photographs
folder 0

THE FISH THAT SAVED PITTSBURGH--script 1978--1978

Record ID: 71527725

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of fourth draft of screenplay by Jaison Starkes and Matt Neuman, May 19, 1978, approximately 149 pages [lightly annotated]
folder 0

THE FISH THAT SAVED PITTSBURGH--miscellaneous 1978--1978

Record ID: 71527727

Scope and Content Note

letter from Lorimar Pictures to Linwood G. Dunn listing three desired special effects sequences, June 23, 1978; handwritten notes by Dunn, undated, 2 pages
folder 174

FLIGHT FOR FREEDOM--production 1942--1943

Record ID: 71453177

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; nine 5x7 photographs
folder 175

FLYING DOWN TO RIO--clippings 1933--1933

Record ID: 71476588

Scope and Content Note

folder 176

FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR--clippings 1972--1972

Record ID: 71468976

Scope and Content Note

folder 177

FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR--correspondence 1971--1972

Record ID: 71468975

Scope and Content Note

folder 178

FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR--financial 1972--1972

Record ID: 71480655

Scope and Content Note

folder 179

FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR--press releases Circa 1971--1972

Record ID: 71468977

Scope and Content Note

folder 180

FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR--production Circa 1971--1972

Record ID: 71468974

Scope and Content Note

copy of log of Cecil Love and Don Hendricks, circa 1972
folder 181

FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON--clippings 1958--1958

Record ID: 71476645

Scope and Content Note

folder 182

FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON--legal 1957--1957

Record ID: 71453178

Scope and Content Note

copy of unsigned agreement between Ben Bogeaus Productions and Film Effects of Hollywood, October 22, 1957
folder 183

FROM THIS DAY FORWARD--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453179

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; thirty-three 5x7 photographs, many showing city sets on the RKO ranch; two strips of 35mm positive film
folder 184

A GAME OF DEATH--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453180

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 185

GANGWAY FOR TOMORROW--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453181

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; six 5x7 photographs, some showing the main gate of RKO changed into an aircraft factory
folder 186

GENIUS AT WORK--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453182

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; fifteen 5x7 photographs, most showing mattes of city with men on ledge of building
folder 187

GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453183

Scope and Content Note

work sheets
folder 188

GILDERSLEEVE ON BROADWAY--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453184

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 189

THE GIRL MOST LIKELY--call sheets 1956--1956

Record ID: 71476650

Scope and Content Note

folder 190

THE GIRL RUSH--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453186

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 191

GOOD SAM--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453196

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; two 5x7 photographs
folder 192

GOOD TIMES--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71468978

Scope and Content Note

folder 193

GOVERNMENT GIRL--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453198

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [some have crude storyboards drawn on them]; twenty-three 5x7 photographs
folder 194

THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY--correspondence 1969--1969

Record ID: 71468980

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Malcolm Stuart stating that he is in agreement with Stuart in not being satisfied with the final results of the work on the film, May 26, 1969, 2 pages
folder 195

THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY--memoranda 1968--1968

Record ID: 71468979

Scope and Content Note

folder 196

THE GREAT RACE--agreements 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468985

Scope and Content Note

folder 197

THE GREAT RACE--clippings 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468986

Scope and Content Note

folder 198

THE GREAT RACE--correspondence 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468989

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Charles F. Greenlaw discussing "collapsing Eiffel Tower test," November 30, 1964; letter from Don Weed to Greenlaw regarding matte artists Howard Fisher and Carlos Ruffino, August 3, 1964; note from Dunn inviting Mario Larrinaga to work on film and stating that all is forgiven, June 5, 1964
folder 199

THE GREAT RACE--data Circa 1964--1965

Record ID: 71470865

Scope and Content Note

matte shot data sheets, circa 1965
folder 200

THE GREAT RACE--financial 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468984

Scope and Content Note

folder 201

THE GREAT RACE--logs 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468988

Scope and Content Note

folder 202

THE GREAT RACE--miniature Circa 1964--1964

Record ID: 71475915

Scope and Content Note

pieces from miniature Eiffel Tower, circa 1964
folder 203

THE GREAT RACE--production 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468981

Scope and Content Note

breakdown of scenes, May 22, 1964; shooting schedule, July 31, 1964; list of employees from Film Effects of Hollywood working on film, August 6, 1964; progress report, October 13, 1964, 2 pages; status of work, January 11, 1965; one 8x10 photograph
folder 204

THE GREAT RACE--publicity Circa 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469939

Scope and Content Note

folder 205

THE GREAT RACE--purchase orders 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468987

Scope and Content Note

folder 206

THE GREAT RACE--reports 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468982

Scope and Content Note

Technicolor reports, 1964
folder 207

THE GREAT RACE--reports 1965--1965

Record ID: 71468983

Scope and Content Note

Technicolor reports, 1965
folder 208

THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD--agreements 1964--1964

Record ID: 71468990

Scope and Content Note

folder 209

GUNN--miscellaneous 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469315

Scope and Content Note

memo regarding filming of radar scanner on Blake Edwards' yacht, February 20, [1967]
folder 210

THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL--production 1964--1965

Record ID: 71468991

Scope and Content Note

folder 211

THE HAPPENING--clippings 1966--1967

Record ID: 71469171

Scope and Content Note

folder 212

THE HAPPENING--correspondence 1966--1966

Record ID: 71479791

Scope and Content Note

letter from Jud Kinberg to Linwood G. Dunn discussing New York preview, November 7, 1966
folder 213

THE HAPPENING--production 1966--1967

Record ID: 71469172

Scope and Content Note

folder 214

THE HAPPENING--salary Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469173

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Contractual Billing Obligations," which contains excerpts from contracts of cast and crew regarding salary requirements, circa 1966, 9 pages
folder 215

HARD, FAST AND BEAUTIFUL--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453202

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; three 5x7 photographs
folder 216

HAVING WONDERFUL CRIME--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453204

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; one 5x7 photograph
folder 217

HAWAII--agreements 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469110

Scope and Content Note

folder 218

HAWAII--correspondence 1965--1967

Record ID: 71469112

Scope and Content Note

folder 219

HAWAII--count sheets 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469518

Scope and Content Note

folder 220

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469500

Scope and Content Note

lab records, April 1965
folder 221

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469501

Scope and Content Note

lab records, May 1965
folder 222

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469502

Scope and Content Note

lab records, June 1965
folder 223

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469503

Scope and Content Note

lab records, July 1965
folder 224

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469504

Scope and Content Note

lab records, August 1965
folder 225

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469505

Scope and Content Note

lab records, September 1965
folder 226

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469506

Scope and Content Note

lab records, October 1965
folder 227

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469507

Scope and Content Note

lab records, November 1965
folder 228

HAWAII--De Luxe 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469508

Scope and Content Note

lab records, December 1965
folder 229

HAWAII--De Luxe 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469509

Scope and Content Note

lab records, January 1966
folder 230

HAWAII--De Luxe 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469510

Scope and Content Note

lab records, February 1966
folder 231

HAWAII--De Luxe 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469511

Scope and Content Note

lab records, March 1966
folder 232

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469563

Scope and Content Note

folder 233

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469564

Scope and Content Note

folder 234

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469565

Scope and Content Note

folder 235

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469566

Scope and Content Note

folder 236

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469567

Scope and Content Note

folder 237

HAWAII--dissolves and fades 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469568

Scope and Content Note

folder 238

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469572

Scope and Content Note

folder 239

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469573

Scope and Content Note

folder 240

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469574

Scope and Content Note

folder 241

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469575

Scope and Content Note

folder 242

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469576

Scope and Content Note

folder 243

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469577

Scope and Content Note

folder 244

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (paintings) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469578

Scope and Content Note

folder 245

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (rough water sequence) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469569

Scope and Content Note

folder 246

HAWAII--dissolves and fades (rough water sequence) 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469570

Scope and Content Note

folder 247

HAWAII--index cards Circa 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469523

Scope and Content Note

index cards containing YCM Laboratories information, circa 1965-1966
folder 248

HAWAII--log 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469120

Scope and Content Note

folder 249

HAWAII--outs Circa 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469479

Scope and Content Note

folder 250

HAWAII--production Circa 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469115

Scope and Content Note

folder 251

HAWAII--production Circa 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469116

Scope and Content Note

folder 252

HAWAII--production (miscellaneous) 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469122

Scope and Content Note

call sheet, June 2, 1965
folder 253

HAWAII--production (overture) 1966--1967

Record ID: 71469104

Scope and Content Note

folder 254

HAWAII--publicity 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469124

Scope and Content Note

folder 255

HAWAII--reports (progress) 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469105

Scope and Content Note

progress reports, 1965-1966
folder 256

HAWAII--reports (Technicolor) 1965--1967

Record ID: 71469114

Scope and Content Note

folder 257

HAWAII--storyboards Circa 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469113

Scope and Content Note

folder 258

HAWAII--tests Circa 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469478

Scope and Content Note

folder 259

THE HAWAIIANS--production Circa 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469920

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Linwood G. Dunn and Cecil Love describing story for sequel to HAWAII with John Sturges as director, July 5, 1968, 2 pages, with attached photocopy of notes and partial script, 1968, 11 pages; handwritten notes, circa 1968, 2 pages
folder 260

HEAD--production 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469203

Scope and Content Note

folder 261

HEARTBEAT--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453206

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; five 5x7 photographs; one strip of 35mm positive film
folder 262

HEAVENLY DAYS--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71453208

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; nine 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 263

HERMOSO IDEAL--production 1947--1948

Record ID: 71453429

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; four 5x7 photographs
folder 264

HIGHER AND HIGHER--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453210

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; twenty 5x7 photographs [some showing Frank Sinatra]; four 8x10 photographs
folder 265

THE HILLS OF IRELAND--correspondence 1951--1951

Record ID: 71454160

Scope and Content Note

letter from R.J. Cunningham to Gil Scott saying that Harry Dugan was coming to Los Angeles and could be shown the prints, but until partnership details were finalized, Dugan should not be given any prints or allowed to order any, July 13, 1951
folder 266

HIS KIND OF WOMAN--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453211

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; memo; matte shot cards; two 5x7 photographs
folder 267

THE HITCH-HIKER--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71453212

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; five 5x7 photographs showing matte of town in desert
folder 268

HONEYMOON--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453213

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; thirty-four 5x7 photographs [some of which show Shirley Temple and Guy Madison]
folder 269

HONEYMOON--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71455351

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; fourteen 5x7 photographs [some showing Shirley Temple and Guy Madison]
folder 270

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING--clippings 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469093

Scope and Content Note

folder 271

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING--production Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469094

Scope and Content Note

drawing of scene in washroom during number "I Believe in You" with notes citing Robert Morse and Cary Grant as being in scene, circa 1966
folder 272

I MARRIED A COMMUNIST--production 1949--1949

Record ID: 71453214

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph
folder 273

I MARRIED A WOMAN--call sheets 1956--1956

Record ID: 71476649

Scope and Content Note

folder 274

I MARRIED A WOMAN--clippings 1958--1958

Record ID: 71476586

Scope and Content Note

folder 275

I MARRIED A WOMAN--correspondence 1958--1958

Record ID: 71454161

Scope and Content Note

carbon of letter from Linwood Dunn to John Fulton, Paramount Pictures, saying that while the reviews have been giving Dunn all the credit for the special effects work, he wants to thank Fulton for his work on the cloud shots, May 28, 1958
folder 276

I MARRIED A WOMAN--cutting notes 1956--1956

Record ID: 71469095

Scope and Content Note

cutting notes, December 21, 1956, 4 pages; memo from William Bloom to William Dozier regarding John Wayne sequence and cloud sketches by John Fulton, January 3, 1957
folder 277

I REMEMBER MAMA--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453217

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; fourteen 5x7 photographs
folder 278

IF YOU KNEW SUSIE--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453218

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; three 5x7 photographs, showing a theater marquee
folder 279

IN PURSUIT OF TREASURE--production 1971--1971

Record ID: 71469097

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Stanton Kay listing special effects work done for the film, October 14, 1971
folder 280

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT--advertising 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469092

Scope and Content Note

folder 281

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT--correspondence 1966--1966

Record ID: 71479284

Scope and Content Note

memo from Don Weed to Linwood Dunn discussing two sequences requested by Hal Ashby involving a fly on a calendar and moths hovering around a lamp, September 22, 1966
folder 282

THE IRON MAJOR--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453219

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; fourteen 5x7 photographs
folder 283

ISLE OF THE DEAD--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453220

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; three 5x7 photographs
folder 284

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--Academy Awards Circa 1963--1964

Record ID: 71469950

Scope and Content Note

copies of submission letter to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration for Academy Award, circa 1963-1964
folder 285

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--booklet 1963--1963

Record ID: 71469917

Scope and Content Note

folder 286

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--clippings 1963--1964

Record ID: 71482630

Scope and Content Note

folder 287

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--correspondence 1962--1965

Record ID: 71469139

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Phil Leonard, February 5, 1963, 3 pages; letter from Stanley Kramer to Lloyd W. Dunn thanking him for main title ideas, but noting that Saul Bass has already been assigned main title sequence, March 21, 1963; letter from Don Weed to Dunn sharing news from the set including "remake" of Master Plaza animation, sequence involving men falling from wires, and attitude of Kramer, May 22, 1963, 3 pages; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Kramer discussing fire ladder sequence, July 17, 1963, 2 pages
folder 288

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--cutting notes 1963--1963

Record ID: 71469133

Scope and Content Note

folder 289

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--data 1962--1963

Record ID: 71469129

Scope and Content Note

matte shot data sheets, circa 1962-1963
folder 290

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--financial 1962--1963

Record ID: 71469128

Scope and Content Note

folder 291

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--miscellaneous Circa 1963--1963

Record ID: 71469949

Scope and Content Note

"Staff and Crew Christmas Card List," November 1962, 3 pages; draft of article, "New Films Bring New Scope to Special Photographic Effects," by James B. Gordon and Linwood G. Dunn, 1963, 7 pages [heavily annotated]
folder 292

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--notes 1962--1963

Record ID: 71469170

Scope and Content Note

folder 293

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--press kits 1963--1963

Record ID: 71469947

Scope and Content Note

folder 294

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--production 1962--1963

Record ID: 71469138

Scope and Content Note

list of ladder sequence sketches, April 2, 1962, 10 pages; call sheet for completion of scene in Santa Rosita hospital ward which includes list of stunt doubles, August 21, 1962; script notes, 1962; notes, "Plates To Be Shot for Plaza Sequence" with list of actors and their corresponding actions during sequence, circa 1963; breakdown of mattes; publicity article by Linwood Dunn about effects for the film; one 8x10 off-camera photograph
folder 295

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--proposals 1962--1962

Record ID: 71469951

Scope and Content Note

folder 296

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--retrospective Circa 1987--1988

Record ID: 71480914

Scope and Content Note

folder 297

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD--storyboards Circa 1962--1962

Record ID: 71469948

Scope and Content Note

folder 298

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453221

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; memo with sketch; ten 5x7 photographs, primarily showing the sequence on the bridge
folder 299

JOHNNY ANGEL--production 1944--1945

Record ID: 71453222

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; six 5x7 photographs
folder 300

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--script 1961--1961

Record ID: 71469177

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Irl E. Newlan, November 9, 1961, 20 pages
folder 301

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--agreements 1962--1962

Record ID: 71473674

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement between Boeing, Cinerama, Fine Arts Productions, and Film Effects of Hollywood, December 27, 1962, 4 pages
folder 302

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--booklet 1962--1962

Record ID: 71469942

Scope and Content Note

folder 303

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--clippings 1962--1962

Record ID: 71476418

Scope and Content Note

folder 304

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--correspondence 1962--1962

Record ID: 71473675

Scope and Content Note

folder 305

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--financial 1962--1962

Record ID: 71473676

Scope and Content Note

folder 306

JOURNEY TO THE STARS--notes Circa 1962--1962

Record ID: 71473678

Scope and Content Note

notes from meeting at Hal Roach's home, January 30, 1962, 2 pages; rough draft of press release by Linwood Dunn, circa 1962
folder 307

THE JUDGE STEPS OUT--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453223

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; two 5x7 photographs
folder 308

KISS ME, STUPID--correspondence 1964--1964

Record ID: 71479200

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Ray Gosnell Jr. describing work done for film, March 6, 1964, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Gosnell discussing how to film a color television set in a black & white scene, March 11, 1964; letter from Dunn to Gosnell discussing reaction by Billy Wilder regarding scene with color television, April 17, 1964
folder 309

LADY LUCK--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453224

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; eight 5x7 photographs [several showing the mansion used in GONE WITH THE WIND]
folder 310

A LADY TAKES A CHANCE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453225

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; seventeen 5x7 photographs
folder 311

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII--production 1935--1935

Record ID: 71477248

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment returned from set, August 10, 1935, 2 pages
folder 312

THE LAST WAVE--correspondence 1977--1977

Record ID: 71469179

Scope and Content Note

letter from James McElroy to Don Weed, March 4, 1977
folder 313

THE LAWTON STORY--legal 1958--1958

Record ID: 71453226

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement between Hallmark Productions and Film Effects of Hollywood for making a 35mm Eastman Color negative, May 6, 1958
folder 314

THE LEOPARD MAN--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453227

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; three 5x7 photographs
folder 315

LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER--notes 1982--1982

Record ID: 71480735

Scope and Content Note

folder 316

A LIKELY STORY--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453228

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirteen 5x7 photographs
folder 317

THE LOCKET--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453229

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 318

THE LONGEST DAY--correspondence 1961--1961

Record ID: 71453488

Scope and Content Note

correspondence from Bob Belcher to Linwood Dunn asking if anything can be done to rejuvenate combat footage
folder 319

LUV--miscellaneous 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469194

Scope and Content Note

drawing of man standing on Manhattan Bridge, July 21, 1966; credits, July 19, 1966
folder 320

MADEMOISELLE FIFI--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453230

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; three 5x7 photographs
folder 321

MAN ALIVE--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453231

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards
folder 322

MARINE RAIDERS--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71453232

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; twenty-five 5x7 photographs
folder 323

THE MASTER RACE--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453233

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; two 5x7 photographs
folder 324

THE MATING URGE--legal 1957--1957

Record ID: 71453234

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement between Mating Urge Joint Venture and Linwood G. Dunn for 35mm negative and print, December 4, 1957
folder 325

MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S BLESSED EVENT--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453235

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; five 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 326

MIGHTY JOE YOUNG--clippings 1949--1949

Record ID: 71476581

Scope and Content Note

folder 327

MIGHTY JOE YOUNG--correspondence 1946--1950

Record ID: 71470091

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of correspondence from Merian C. Cooper and John Ford, 1946-1949; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Special Effects Award Committee of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences describing in detail the special effects used in film, January 28, 1950, 4 pages
folder 328

MIGHTY JOE YOUNG--credits 1949--1949

Record ID: 71469200

Scope and Content Note

folder 329

THE MIRACLE OF THE BELLS--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453236

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; five 5x7 photographs [including some showing matte of church]
folder 330

MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE--production 1946--1947

Record ID: 71453237

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; sketch; eight 5x7 photographs [some show Cary Grant and Myrna Loy]
folder 331

MR. LUCKY--production 1942--1943

Record ID: 71453238

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; list of matte shots, January 11, 1943; thirty-eight 5x7 photographs, mostly of building ledges, docks and shipyard [some show Laraine Day]
folder 332

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453344

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; sixteen 5x7 photographs
folder 333

MURDER, MY SWEET--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453345

Scope and Content Note

work sheets, some with sketches for the shot; three strips of 35mm positive film [nitrate]; fifteen 5x7 photographs
folder 334

MURDERERS' ROW--clippings 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469212

Scope and Content Note

folder 335

MURDERERS' ROW--correspondence 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469214

Scope and Content Note

folder 336

MURDERERS' ROW--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469213

Scope and Content Note

folder 337

MURDERERS' ROW--publicity 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469215

Scope and Content Note

folder 338

MUSIC IN MANHATTAN--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453346

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; four 5x7 photographs
folder 339

MY FAIR LADY--miscellaneous 1964--1964

Record ID: 71469216

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Rudi Fehr discussing possibility of creating sequence in film similar to scene in WEST SIDE STORY in which surrounding areas are blurred, January 6, 1964; handwritten notes, [1964], 3 pages
folder 340

MY FORBIDDEN PAST--production 1949--1950

Record ID: 71453347

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; twenty-one 5x7 photographs
folder 341

MY PAL WOLF--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453348

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; eight 5x7 photographs; four 8x10 photographs
folder 342

THE NEPTUNE FACTOR--script Circa 1972--1972

Record ID: 71469224

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by [Jack DeWitt?], undated, approximately 105 pages
folder 343

THE NEPTUNE FACTOR--correspondence 1972--1972

Record ID: 71471110

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Sandy Howard discussing opening title background, December 5, 1972
folder 344

THE NEPTUNE FACTOR--drawings Circa 1972--1972

Record ID: 71482876

Scope and Content Note

folder 345

THE NEPTUNE FACTOR--miscellaneous Circa 1972--1972

Record ID: 71471111

Scope and Content Note

drawing of underwater scene, circa 1972
folder 346

NEW YORK, NEW YORK--miscellaneous Circa 1976--1976

Record ID: 71469228

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood Dunn to Irving Lerner discussing "diamond ring" sequence, circa 1976, with attached purchase order, December 9, 1976; handwritten notes, circa 1976; business card of Hal Polaire, circa 1976
folder 347

NIGHT SONG--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453349

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; one 5x7 photograph
folder 348

1999 A.D.--script 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469232

Scope and Content Note

screenplay, "1999--A Motion Picture for Ford Philco," by the Tom Thomas Organization, January 27, 1967, 38 pages
folder 349

1999 A.D.--clippings Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469264

Scope and Content Note

folder 350

1999 A.D.--correspondence 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469263

Scope and Content Note

folder 351

1999 A.D.--count sheets 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469262

Scope and Content Note

folder 352

1999 A.D.--production 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469236

Scope and Content Note

folder 353

NOCTURNE--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453351

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; two 5x7 photographs; one 4x5 set photograph
folder 354

NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453350

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; sixteen 5x7 photographs [some showing Cary Grant; one with sketch on the back]; four 8x10 photographs
folder 355

NOTORIOUS--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453354

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; fifteen 5x7 photographs [some showing Cary Grant]; one strip of 35mm positive film [nitrate]
folder 356

ON DANGEROUS GROUND--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453355

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; seven 5x7 photographs; two 8x10 photographs
folder 357

ONE FROM THE HEART--call sheets 1981--1981

Record ID: 71469270

Scope and Content Note

folder 358

ONE FROM THE HEART--contacts 1980--1981

Record ID: 71469971

Scope and Content Note

folder 359

ONE FROM THE HEART--correspondence 1980--1981

Record ID: 71469972

Scope and Content Note

memo from Wally Gentleman to crew regarding acquisition of blue screen, August 14, 1980; letter from Gentleman to Gray Frederickson asking for more guidance from Francis Ford Coppola regarding special effects, August 15, 1980; letter from Gentleman to Frederickson and Ray Fielding discussing plot of film and talent of Teri Garr, September 30, 1980; letter from Gentleman to Ray Fielding and others discussing special effects in detail, October 10, 1980, 2 pages; letter from Gentleman to Arnie Schmidt, Don Weed, and others discussing scenes with mention of Gene Kelly, December 22, 1980; letter from Gentleman to Linwood G. Dunn apologizing for difficulties during making of film, May 6, 1981
folder 360

ONE FROM THE HEART--financial Circa 1980--1981

Record ID: 71469973

Scope and Content Note

folder 361

ONE FROM THE HEART--press 1981--1982

Record ID: 71475372

Scope and Content Note

press release, February 4, 1981; clipping, [1982]
folder 362

ONE MINUTE TO ZERO--credits 1952--1952

Record ID: 71476583

Scope and Content Note

revised final billing sheet, June 18, 1952, 4 pages
folder 363

OUT OF THE PAST--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453356

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card
folder 364

OUTLAND--miscellaneous 1980--1980

Record ID: 71476229

Scope and Content Note

letter from Wally Gentleman to Tom Naud discussing challenges of using Introvision for special effects in film, July 1, 1980, 3 pages; invoice, April 6, 1981
folder 365

OUTLAW RIDERS--count sheets 1970--1970

Record ID: 71475354

Scope and Content Note

folder 366

OUTLAW RIDERS--miscellaneous 1970--1970

Record ID: 71475353

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of notes, September 1970; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Gerry Bordersen of Fotokem discussing returning reels of film, October 16, 1970
folder 367

THE PACE THAT THRILLS--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453357

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; two 5x7 photographs
folder 368

PAN-AMERICANA--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453358

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; fourteen 5x7 photographs, primarily of marquees and stages
folder 369

PASSPORT TO DESTINY--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453364

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [some of which have sketches]; seven 5x7 photographs [one with sketch on back]
folder 370

PAYMENT ON DEMAND--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453365

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; notes; four 5x7 photographs [two showing Bette Davis and Barry Sullivan]
folder 371

PITFALL--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453367

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card
folder 372

A PLACE TO STAND--advertising 1967--1967

Record ID: 71476166

Scope and Content Note

notes and drawings relating to advertisement for Expo '67 in Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) journal, 1967
folder 373

A PLACE TO STAND--agreement 1968--1968

Record ID: 71476003

Scope and Content Note

folder 374

A PLACE TO STAND--clippings 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469330

Scope and Content Note

folder 375

A PLACE TO STAND--correspondence 1965--1967

Record ID: 71470077

Scope and Content Note

folder 376

A PLACE TO STAND--count sheets 1966--1967

Record ID: 71468971

Scope and Content Note

folder 377

A PLACE TO STAND--financial 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470078

Scope and Content Note

folder 378

A PLACE TO STAND--miscellaneous 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469337

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Sam Brown regarding submission of film for Technical Achievement Award consideration, November 29, 1967; brochure, 1967
folder 379

A PLACE TO STAND--optical layout sheets Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469327

Scope and Content Note

optical layout sheets #1-15, circa 1966
folder 380

A PLACE TO STAND--optical layout sheets Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470058

Scope and Content Note

optical layout sheets #16-31, circa 1966
folder 381

A PLACE TO STAND--optical layout sheets (miscellaneous) Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470063

Scope and Content Note

folder 382

A PLACE TO STAND--optical layout sheets (photocopies) Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71470059

Scope and Content Note

folder 383

A PLACE TO STAND--production 1966--1967

Record ID: 71470074

Scope and Content Note

folder 384

A PLACE TO STAND--receipts 1967--1969

Record ID: 71469329

Scope and Content Note

shipping slips relating to shipment of film, 1967-1969
folder 385

A PLACE TO STAND--reports 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468970

Scope and Content Note

Technicolor reports, 1967
folder 386

A PLACE TO STAND--screenings 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469335

Scope and Content Note

lists of individuals and organizations which attended screenings of film, 1967; correspondence regarding screenings, 1968
folder 387

RACE STREET--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453368

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card; one 5x7 photograph
folder 388

RACHEL AND THE STRANGER--production 1947--1948

Record ID: 71453369

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; one 5x7 photograph
folder 389

RETURN OF THE BAD MEN--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453370

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards
folder 390

RIFFRAFF--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453374

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; strip of 35mm negative film; four 5x7 photographs
folder 391

ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS 1963--1963

Record ID: 71478469

Scope and Content Note

estimate, July 23, 1963, 3 pages; memo from Linwood G. Dunn to Don Weed suggesting Cliff Robertson be cast in lead role, August 13, 1963, 2 pages
folder 392

ROOKIES IN BURMA--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453375

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 393

ROUGHSHOD--production 1947--1948

Record ID: 71453376

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; four 5x7 photographs
folder 394

RUN OF THE ARROW--miscellaneous 1957--1957

Record ID: 71476587

Scope and Content Note

full page advertisement nominating Linwood G. Dunn for special effects work on film, January 16, 1957; letter from Dunn thanking Samuel Fuller for giving him publicity, January 28, 1957
folder 395

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING--clippings 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469349

Scope and Content Note

folder 396

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469350

Scope and Content Note

folder 397

THE SATAN BUG--production 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469351

Scope and Content Note

folder 398

THE SEA AROUND US--clippings 1953--1953

Record ID: 71476584

Scope and Content Note

folder 399

THE SEA AROUND US--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71470092

Scope and Content Note

folder 400

SEALED CARGO--production 1950--1951

Record ID: 71453377

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; handwritten memos; plan showing how scene 159 would be done; thirty 5x7 photographs [some showing land being matted in]; two strips of 35mm negative film; three strips of 35mm positive film
folder 401

SECOND CHANCE--budget and cost statement 1953--1953

Record ID: 71469352

Scope and Content Note

preliminary budget detail, March 6, 1953
folder 402

THE SECRET FURY--production 1949--1950

Record ID: 71453379

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; nine 5x7 photographs [including ones showing the matte of a house being changed from one to two stories]
folder 403

THE SECRET OF NIKOLA TESLA--script Circa 1985--1985

Record ID: 71469187

Scope and Content Note

summary by Krsto Papic and Ivo Bresan, undated, 5 pages; treatment by Papic and Bresan, undated, 38 pages
folder 404

THE SECRET OF NIKOLA TESLA--correspondence 1975--1975

Record ID: 71479203

Scope and Content Note

letter from Elmo Williams to Zelimir Matko declining to work on film, July 25, 1975; thank-you note from Matko to Linwood G. Dunn, August 6, 1975; letter from Matko to Dunn, November 28, 1975; letter from Dunn to Matko expressing interest in helping with the special effects, December 11, 1975
folder 405

THE SECRET OF NIKOLA TESLA--miscellaneous 1975--1975

Record ID: 71473328

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of certificate from National Inventors Halls of Fame to Nikola Tesla, February 9, 1975; press release regarding Zelimir Matko and Krsto Papic visiting New York City to make film on the life of Tesla, July 10, 1975
folder 406

THE SECRET OF NIKOLA TESLA--research 1958--1974

Record ID: 71475168

Scope and Content Note

various articles on work of Nikola Tesla
folder 407

SEND ME NO FLOWERS--costs (estimated) 1964--1964

Record ID: 71469353

Scope and Content Note

cost estimate for dream sequences in film, January 2, 1964
folder 408

SEVEN DAYS ASHORE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453381

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph
folder 409

SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD--print 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469385

Scope and Content Note

scanning guide, April 7, 1967, 2 pages; letter from Linwood Dunn to Allen Haines regarding costs, March 23, 1967; memo from Dunn to Don Weed and Cecil Love regarding converting film for television use, March 31, 1967
folder 410

THE SEVENTH VICTIM--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453382

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; two 5x7 photographs
folder 411

77 SOUTH--agreements 1968--1968

Record ID: 71473170

Scope and Content Note

folder 412

77 SOUTH--count sheets 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469728

Scope and Content Note

folder 413

77 SOUTH--production 1968--1969

Record ID: 71469727

Scope and Content Note

folder 414

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME--miscellaneous 1979--1979

Record ID: 71476257

Scope and Content Note

letter from Wally Gentleman to Harry Alan Towers discussing models of "Phobus" and "Starstreak," May 16, 1979; clippings, 1979
folder 415

SHE COULDN'T SAY NO--production Circa 1954--1954

Record ID: 71453378

Scope and Content Note

work sheet [primarily blank]
folder 416

SHOCK CORRIDOR--production 1963--1963

Record ID: 71478580

Scope and Content Note

folder 417

SHOCKING AFFAIR--budget 1949--1949

Record ID: 71470094

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood G. Dunn to George Bilson discussing budget, September 14, 1949
folder 418

SHOW BUSINESS--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71453385

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirteen 5x7 photographs [many showing theater marquees]; six 8x10 photographs
folder 419

SINBAD THE SAILOR--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453386

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; thirty-six 5x7 photographs; one strip of 35mm positive nitrate film
folder 420

SISTER KENNY--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453387

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; fifteen 5x7 photographs
folder 421

SKIDOO--breakdowns 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469354

Scope and Content Note

optical effects breakdown, February 6, 1968, 8 pages
folder 422

SKIDOO--correspondence 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469359

Scope and Content Note

letter from [Linwood Dunn] to Otto Preminger discussing his reaction to Preminger's decision to not utilize services of Film Effects of Hollywood, circa 1968, 2 pages
folder 423

SKIDOO--costs (estimated) 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469355

Scope and Content Note

folder 424

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453388

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirty-five 5x7 photographs [some showing Fred Astaire, others showing matte of plane diving]; one 8x10 photograph
folder 425

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY--miscellaneous 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469938

Scope and Content Note

folder 426

SONG OF NORWAY--correspondence 1970--1970

Record ID: 71469376

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Kinney-Wolf Productions discussing their need for animation cameraman and George Ross's involvement in optical printing work, March 20, 1970; memo from Linwood Dunn to Weed discussing his company being unfairly blamed by Andrew L. Stone for flawed work, September 9, 1970; memo from Stone to Lew Rachmil listing problems encountered with Dunn, September 11, 1970, 2 pages; handwritten notes by Dunn expressing frustration at Stone, September 1970, 3 pages
folder 427

SONG OF NORWAY--financial 1970--1970

Record ID: 71469377

Scope and Content Note

folder 428

SONG OF NORWAY--production 1970--1970

Record ID: 71469367

Scope and Content Note

description of work done on trolls and dwarfs in film, June 9, 1970; main and end titles, August 20, 1970, 4 pages; memo from Don Weed to Andrew L. Stone regarding titles, September 1, 1970; miscellaneous papers including log of scenes animated more than once, [1970]; notes, [1970]
folder 429

SONG OF THE LAND--legal 1953--1953

Record ID: 71453389

Scope and Content Note

copy of unsigned agreement between Harrison-Roberts Inc. and Film Effects of Hollywood regarding payment for work done on the film, 1953
folder 430

THE SPANISH MAIN--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453390

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
folder 431

THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453391

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; three 5x7 photographs
folder 432

SPLIT SECOND--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71453392

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; five 5x7 photographs [showing matting in of town and mountains]
folder 433

STAGE DOOR CANTEEN--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453393

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; six 5x7 photographs
folder 434

STEP BY STEP--production 1945--1946

Record ID: 71453394

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; eight 5x7 photographs
folder 435

STEP LIVELY--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453395

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; four 5x7 photographs
folder 436

STROMBOLI--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453396

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; three 5x7 photographs [including painting of dawn]
folder 437

TALL IN THE SADDLE--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453397

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; one strip of 35mm positive film; thirty 5x7 photographs [some showing John Wayne]; eight 8x10 photographs
folder 438

TANGA TIKA--correspondence 1952--1959

Record ID: 71462374

Scope and Content Note

letter from Dwight Long to Lynn Dunn thanking him for his help in getting the storm scenes and discussing post production, August 2, 1952; letter from Charles S. Leeds to Long discussing distribution and possible sale of film by Film Effects of Hollywood, February 17, 1959
folder 439

TANGA TIKA--production 1952--1952

Record ID: 71469404

Scope and Content Note

folder 440

TAXI DRIVER--miscellaneous 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469405

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Bill Weber, December 10, 1975; count sheet, December 15, 1975
folder 441

TENDER COMRADE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453398

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; twenty-three 5x7 photographs [two showing RKO transformed into Douglas Aircraft]; four 8x10 photographs
folder 442

TENNESSEE'S PARTNER--production 1954--1954

Record ID: 71453400

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card
folder 443

TEXAS, BROOKLYN & HEAVEN--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453401

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; two 5x7 photographs
folder 444

THEY LIVE BY NIGHT--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453402

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot card
folder 445

THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453403

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; three 5x7 photographs
folder 446

THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD--clippings 1951--1951

Record ID: 71476585

Scope and Content Note

folder 447

THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD--production 1950--1951

Record ID: 71453405

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot card; nine 5x7 photographs; one strip of 35mm negative film; memo from Linwood G. Dunn to William Eglinton requesting screen credit, March 15, 1951; credits, 1951
folder 448

THIS LAND IS MINE--production 1943--1943

Record ID: 71453406

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; ten 5x7 photographs
folder 449

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE--production 1966--1967

Record ID: 71469403

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Al Whitlock suggesting that he use a 65mm camera rather than a VistaVision camera for a particular shot, May 17, 1966; blue backing cuts, October 20, 1966 and October 22, 1966; progress report, January 6, 1967
folder 450

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE--publicity 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469402

Scope and Content Note

folder 451

THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN THEIR JAUNTY JALOPIES--correspondence 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469210

Scope and Content Note

letter from Ken Annakin to Linwood Dunn discussing "windows" sequence, June 20, 1968, 2 pages
folder 452

THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN THEIR JAUNTY JALOPIES--production 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469211

Scope and Content Note

folder 453

THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS--production 1944--1945

Record ID: 71453407

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; seven 5x7 photographs
folder 454

TOBRUK--clippings 1965--1966

Record ID: 71469406

Scope and Content Note

folder 455

TOBRUK--memoranda 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469407

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood Dunn to Don Weed and Cecil Love, February 8, 1966
folder 456

THE TOWERING INFERNO--memoranda 1974--1974

Record ID: 71469409

Scope and Content Note

rough draft of memo to staff regarding film, June 13, 1974
folder 457

TRAIL STREET--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453409

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; matte shot cards; two 5x7 photographs
folder 458

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--camera 1966--1966

Record ID: 71479592

Scope and Content Note

paperwork and photographs relating to Film Effects of Hollywood leasing 65mm matte-camera printer and other equipment to Hawk Films, 1966, undated
folder 459

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--clippings 1968--1968

Record ID: 71480788

Scope and Content Note

folder 460

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--correspondence 1965--1967

Record ID: 71469423

Scope and Content Note

letter from Wally Gentleman to Linwood Dunn announcing his resignation from film due to health, February 14, 1966
folder 461

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--instructions 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469425

Scope and Content Note

instructions regarding assembly and use of 65mm matte camera-printer, 1966
folder 462

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--legal 1961--1966

Record ID: 71469413

Scope and Content Note

folder 463

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY--shipments 1966--1968

Record ID: 71469424

Scope and Content Note

folder 464

TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY--call sheets 1951--1951

Record ID: 71476580

Scope and Content Note

folder 465

TYCOON--production 1947--1947

Record ID: 71453410

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; one 5x7 photograph; one 8x10 photograph
folder 466

UNDERWATER!--production 1954--1954

Record ID: 71453412

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; seven strips of 35mm positive and negative film; five 5x7 photographs
folder 467

THE VELVET TOUCH--production 1947--1948

Record ID: 71453434

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; fifteen 5x7 photographs, many of them of marquees and neon signs
folder 468

WALK SOFTLY, STRANGER--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453435

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; sixteen 5x7 photographs; strip of 35mm positive film
folder 469

WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453436

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph; one 8x10 photograph of set painting of cattle ranch
folder 470

WAR AND PEACE--miscellaneous 1967--1969

Record ID: 71469431

Scope and Content Note

folder 471

WASHINGTON--THE MAN--production 1975--1976

Record ID: 71453437

Scope and Content Note

correspondence with Eastman Kodak; work sheets with attached photographs
folder 472

WEST SIDE STORY--clippings 1961--1961

Record ID: 71469940

Scope and Content Note

folder 473

WEST SIDE STORY--financial 1960--1965

Record ID: 71453492

Scope and Content Note

carbon of letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Robert Wise discussing his invoice, August 5, 1960; letter from Marvin Mirisch to Dunn disputing financial claim, August 29, 1961
folder 474

WEST SIDE STORY--legal 1960--1960

Record ID: 71453493

Scope and Content Note

drafts of letter agreement
folder 475

WEST SIDE STORY--miscellaneous Circa 1960--1961

Record ID: 71469440

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "West Side Story: The Problem of Style," January 21, 1960, 3 pages; manuscript, "What Makes a Good Color Picture?" February 1, 1960, 4 pages; partial script, April 14, 1960, 6 pages; manuscript, "Experimental Effects By Optical Printing for 'West Side Story'," by Linwood Dunn, May 16, 1960; letter from Linwood Dunn to Robert Wise requesting tickets for staff who worked on film, September 5, 1961; manuscript describing adapting story from stage to screen by Jerome Robbins, circa 1961, 3 pages; biographical information on Linwood G. Dunn, circa 1961
folder 476

WEST SIDE STORY--notebook 1961--1961

Record ID: 71469435

Scope and Content Note

notebook, "Lab or Plant Directives," 1961
folder 477

WEST SIDE STORY--notes 1960--1960

Record ID: 71453494

Scope and Content Note

notes; memos; notebook; log book
folder 478

WEST SIDE STORY--production 1960--1961

Record ID: 71453496

Scope and Content Note

memo from Robert Wise to Jerome Robbins providing list of sequences which need special effects work, June 24, 1960; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Marvin Mirisch discussing possible use of 65mm optical equipment previously owned by Michael Todd, September 13, 1960; description of special effects work for "Tonight" sequence on fire escape, December 8, 1960, 2 pages; status of special effects for film, February 7, 1961, 2 pages; partial credits, 1961; instructions for using wipe matte device; breakdown of effects needed; progress reports; strips of 35mm and 65mm negative film; photocopy of photograph of camera in front of rear projection, possibly for "Maria" sequence
folder 479

WEST SIDE STORY--production art Circa 1961--1961

Record ID: 71469437

Scope and Content Note

folder 480

WEST SIDE STORY--publicity 1960--1961

Record ID: 71469436

Scope and Content Note

folder 481

WEST SIDE STORY--retrospective 1990--1990

Record ID: 71469941

Scope and Content Note

two booklets from retrospective honoring Robert Wise with screening of film, June 23, 1990
folder 482

WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR, DADDY?--script 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469441

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by William Peter Blatty, July 7, 1965, with changes through August 13, 1965, approximately 155 pages
folder 483

WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR, DADDY?--production 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469443

Scope and Content Note

folder 484

WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR, DADDY?--publicity 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469442

Scope and Content Note

folder 485

WHERE DANGER LIVES--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453498

Scope and Content Note

work sheet; one 5x7 photograph showing neon signs
folder 486

THE WHIP HAND--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453507

Scope and Content Note

work sheets [many with sketches of shots]; memos; thirty 5x7 photographs, including two showing Hitler on a balcony; one strip of 35mm negative film
folder 487

THE WHITE TOWER--correspondence 1949--1949

Record ID: 71470093

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Jim Wilkinson regarding color dissolves in film, December 2, 1949, 2 pages
folder 488

THE WHITE TOWER--production 1949--1949

Record ID: 71453521

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; thirteen 5x7 photographs; camera reports
folder 489

THE WINDOW--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453522

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; four 5x7 photographs
folder 490

WITHOUT RESERVATIONS--production 1945--1945

Record ID: 71453525

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; twenty 5x7 photographs, including ones showing the exterior of RKO
folder 491

A WOMAN OF THE WORLD--print 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469445

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding dupe negative and print for the Museum of Modern Art, 1966
folder 492

THE WOMAN ON THE BEACH--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453527

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; matte shot cards; twenty-four 5x7 photographs [some showing composite shots]
folder 493

A WOMAN'S SECRET--production 1948--1948

Record ID: 71453528

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; memo listing marquees needed, February 19, 1948; twelve 5x7 photographs of marquees for montage; six 8x10 photographs [with changes painted on]
folder 494

WORLD COASTER--agreements 1980--1980

Record ID: 71469465

Scope and Content Note

folder 495

WORLD COASTER--correspondence Circa 1980--1981

Record ID: 71471164

Scope and Content Note

folder 496

WORLD COASTER--financial 1980--1980

Record ID: 71469459

Scope and Content Note

folder 497

WORLD COASTER--financial 1981--1981

Record ID: 71469473

Scope and Content Note

folder 498

WORLD COASTER--miscellaneous Circa 1980--1981

Record ID: 71469466

Scope and Content Note

chart of theater schedule, May 20, 1980
folder 499

WORLD COASTER--production 1980--1981

Record ID: 71469461

Scope and Content Note

"Kobe Portopia '81 Daiei Omnimax Theater Schedule," May 20, 1980; location schedule, July 6, 1980 through November 2, 1980; image breakdown, December 3, 1980, 3 pages; photocopies of storyboard, "Portopia's Daiei Pavilion 'World Coaster'," circa 1980; "Omnimax Process Flow Chart," circa 1980
folder 500

YOUTH RUNS WILD--production 1943--1944

Record ID: 71453529

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; thirteen 5x7 photographs; four 8x10 photographs
folder 501

ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453530

Scope and Content Note

work sheets; two 5x7 photographs
 

Production files/Unproduced

folder 0

THE ATOMIC BOMB--script 1977--1977

Record ID: 71528269

Scope and Content Note

synopsis by Foster K. Denker, May 9, 1977, 9 pages
folder 0

BOMBSHELLS--script Circa 1983--1983

Record ID: 71527735

Scope and Content Note

first draft of screenplay by Nicholas Seldon and Patrick Johnson, circa 1983, 132 pages, with handwritten note by Linwood G. Dunn regarding upcoming film projects
folder 502

CHARIOT OF FIRE 1972--1972

Record ID: 71468932

Scope and Content Note

synopsis by Donald Fox and William Phelps, October 31, 1972, 19 pages
folder 503

COLD WAR IN A COUNTRY GARDEN--script 1972--1972

Record ID: 71468937

Scope and Content Note

first draft of screenplay by David Seltzer, August 15, 1972, approximately 136 pages
folder 504

COLD WAR IN A COUNTRY GARDEN--correspondence 1972--1976

Record ID: 71468938

Scope and Content Note

handwritten note regarding John Lowry, June 19, 1972; letter from Linwood Dunn to Peter Thompson providing suggestions for film, June 20, 1972, 2 pages; letter from Mel Stuart to Dunn discussing the importance of the size of the bug in relation to the screen, June 22, 1972; letter from Thompson to Dunn regarding unused footage from THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE being used in film, July 10, 1972, 2 pages; letter from Thompson to Dunn discussing his disappointment in script submitted by David Seltzer and discussing ant sequence shot by Ken Middleham, January 12, 1973, 3 pages
folder 505

COLD WAR IN A COUNTRY GARDEN--miscellaneous 1972--1973

Record ID: 71468939

Scope and Content Note

drawings of the "reduction of Matthew Dilke," circa 1972; handwritten notes, 1972-1973
folder 506

CRUSTACEANS FROM SPACE

Record ID: 71468940

Scope and Content Note

treatment by DeVallon Scott, undated, 31 pages
folder 0

DREAMS--script 1983--1983

Record ID: 71527736

Scope and Content Note

first draft of screenplay by Patrick Johnson and John Lau, January 1, 1983, 122 pages, with note inserted
folder 507

EAST TO THE WEST INDIES--script 1958--1958

Record ID: 71470678

Scope and Content Note

treatment by Helen Forrest Henry [Helen Forrest?] regarding her cruise trip with mentions of Russ Potter, Laura Potter, and Bess Tower, 1958, 27 pages
folder 0

EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN--budget 1974--1974

Record ID: 71527919

Scope and Content Note

folder 0

EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN--proposal 1974--1974

Record ID: 71527921

Scope and Content Note

folder 508

HIGH FRONTIER--production 1950--1950

Record ID: 71453430

Scope and Content Note

work sheet [blank]; matte shot cards
folder 509

MAN IN SPACE--clippings 1973--1973

Record ID: 71481895

Scope and Content Note

folder 510

MAN IN SPACE--proposals 1973--1973

Record ID: 71481894

Scope and Content Note

proposal for documentary to be produced by NASA, 1973 [sent to Dunn by Giuseppe Midulla]
folder 0

THE MEN WHO PLAYED GOD--script 1977--1977

Record ID: 71528272

Scope and Content Note

treatment by Foster K. Denker, May 18, 1977, 38 pages
folder 511

MISGUIDED MISSILE--script 1958--1958

Record ID: 71469968

Scope and Content Note

second draft of screenplay by Wayne Taylor and Johnny Plunkett, July 29, 1958, approximately 127 pages, with attached note regarding use of script as example to prove "special effects" is common term used for work done by Film Effects of Hollywood
folder 512

MONITOR AND MERRIMACK--script 1980--1980

Record ID: 71469202

Scope and Content Note

first draft of screenplay by Stanton Kaye, June 17, 1980, approximately 225 pages
folder 513

MONITOR AND MERRIMACK--correspondence 1980--1980

Record ID: 71476103

Scope and Content Note

letter from Wally Gentleman to Francis Ford Coppola and Lucy Fisher criticizing first draft of script as having weak plot and suggesting they read treatment of BELOVED ENEMY, November 3, 1980
folder 514

MY BAG IS MURDER--correspondence 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469724

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Al Whitlock, June 29, 1967
folder 515

Nemo's Secret Harbour--contracts 1970--1971

Record ID: 71469217

Scope and Content Note

folder 516

Nemo's Secret Harbour--miscellaneous Circa 1970--1970

Record ID: 71470043

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Don Weed discussing his hesitancy to take on project, November 19, 1970; handwritten notes, circa 1970; outline for "Phase II" of project as presented by Romm Doulton Organization, circa 1970, 3 pages
folder 517

Nemo's Secret Harbour--speeches 1970--1970

Record ID: 71470042

Scope and Content Note

text of presentation delivered by Romm Doulton Organization to Economic Development Corporation of San Diego County, December 2, 1970, 27 pages
folder 518

NINJA BABYSITTER--script 1991--1991

Record ID: 71469265

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Kikue Tashiro, 1991, 142 pages
folder 519

NINJA BABYSITTER--miscellaneous 1995--1995

Record ID: 71469266

Scope and Content Note

folder 520

ORGANISM--notes 1971--1971

Record ID: 71469314

Scope and Content Note

folder 521

PSYCHE--script 1986--1986

Record ID: 71469338

Scope and Content Note

sixth draft of screenplay by Richard Taylor, January 15, 1986, approximately 49 pages
folder 522

THE SINNER--breakdowns Circa 1962--1962

Record ID: 71478363

Scope and Content Note

typed special effects breakdown, circa 1962; handwritten special effects breakdown, 1962, 2 pages
folder 523

SOMETHING IS HAPPENING--script 1989--1989

Record ID: 71469361

Scope and Content Note

synopsis by Kikue Tashiro, 1989, 3 pages
folder 524

SOMETHING IS HAPPENING--script 1989--1989

Record ID: 71469360

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Kikue Tashiro, 1989, approximately 100 pages
folder 525

SOMETHING IS HAPPENING--correspondence 1989--1989

Record ID: 71469362

Scope and Content Note

letter from Kikue Tashiro to Linwood Dunn discussing Morris Morishima, her husband Ago Terayama finding her script more interesting than the script for SOLAR CRISIS, and possible funding for her film from Terayama and Gakken (a Japanese publishing company), June 8, 1989
folder 526

SPIRIT BEHIND THE VEIL: DOCUMENTARY OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHIC--script 1972--1972

Record ID: 71469963

Scope and Content Note

film proposal which includes introduction, description of characters, treatment, and budget by Daniel Keller, Charles Light, and Stephen Diamond, 1972
folder 527

SPIRIT BEHIND THE VEIL: DOCUMENTARY OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHIC--correspondence 1973--1973

Record ID: 71469966

Scope and Content Note

letter from Stephen Diamond to Linwood G. Dunn asking to meet him to discuss film which focuses on psychic Elwood Babbitt who channels spirit of Walt Disney, January 8, 1973, with response from Dunn confirming meeting, January 12, 1973
folder 528

THUNDER OF THE GODS--miscellaneous 1979--1979

Record ID: 71476259

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Bernard Gross of Seacor providing breakdown of cost of production and discussing his thoughts on portrayal of nudity in film, June 6, 1979, 2 pages
folder 529

THE TORTURE DOCUMENT--script

Record ID: 71469408

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Joseph Louis Cranston, undated, 42 pages
folder 530

THE TUNNEL--correspondence 1973--1973

Record ID: 71469411

Scope and Content Note

folder 531

THE TUNNEL--notes Circa 1973--1973

Record ID: 71470863

Scope and Content Note

folder 532

Unidentified--script 1968--1968

Record ID: 71469430

Scope and Content Note

screenplay set in Macao in 1870, November 17, 1967, with changes through March 29, 1968, approximately 149 pages [annotated]
folder 533

Unidentified--dissolves and fades 1973--1973

Record ID: 71470653

Scope and Content Note

data on dissolves and fades on "Klein" production which includes scene descriptions such as "tractors in wheat field," "Welland, Canada," and "French Construction"
folder 534

Unidentified--notebook Circa 1968--1969

Record ID: 71470677

Scope and Content Note

notes and drawings possibly in reference to AIRPORT, circa 1968-1969
folder 535

Unidentified--production 1944--1944

Record ID: 71453426

Scope and Content Note

work sheet for painting of television station W.L.S.J. for Army short, September 23, 1944
folder 536

Unidentified--production 1946--1946

Record ID: 71453431

Scope and Content Note

work sheet for plate of wine cellar for Roland Reed productions, March 29, 1946
folder 537

WE ARE STARDUST...WE ARE GOLDEN--script Circa 1970--1970

Record ID: 71482878

Scope and Content Note

treatment by Durnford King which was to feature Orson Welles as narrator and star George Harrison, Joni Mitchell, Richie Havens, Rudolph Nureyev, and Dame Margot Fonteyn, circa 1970, 15 pages
folder 538

WONDER CIRCUS--production 1965--1965

Record ID: 71469455

Scope and Content Note

production material including handwritten list of special effects relating to production that was to feature Charles Ruggles, 1965; resumé of Jayne Massey, [1965]
folder 539

ZORIUM--correspondence 1979--1980

Record ID: 71476227

Scope and Content Note

letter from Wally Gentleman to Borgio Benedikt discussing revisions to be made to "Americanize" the science fiction story, September 13, 1979, 2 pages; memo announcing film as being in pre-production with mention of cast including Francine York, June Wilkinson, Pat Delaney, Ernest Borgnine, and Peter Ustinov, March 14, 1980, 2 pages
 

Television files/Produced

folder 540

BRAVE NEW WORLD [television]--budget and cost statement Circa 1980--1980

Record ID: 71468918

Scope and Content Note

folder 541

CAMERA THREE [television]--agreements 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469936

Scope and Content Note

folder 542

CAMERA THREE [television]--clippings 1975--1975

Record ID: 71481829

Scope and Content Note

folder 543

CAMERA THREE [television]--correspondence 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469937

Scope and Content Note

folder 544

CAMERA THREE [television]--financial 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469926

Scope and Content Note

folder 545

CAMERA THREE [television]--production 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469925

Scope and Content Note

folder 546

IBM TRANSFORMATIONS [television]--production 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469412

Scope and Content Note

folder 547

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--script 1979--1979

Record ID: 71469348

Scope and Content Note

teleplay by Ray Bradbury, April 9, 1979, 54 pages
folder 548

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--agreements 1979--1979

Record ID: 71476214

Scope and Content Note

folder 549

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--camera reports 1979--1979

Record ID: 71469988

Scope and Content Note

folder 550

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--clippings 1979--1979

Record ID: 71476089

Scope and Content Note

folder 551

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--correspondence 1979--1980

Record ID: 71476368

Scope and Content Note

folder 552

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--dailies 1979--1979

Record ID: 71469987

Scope and Content Note

folder 553

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--financial 1979--1979

Record ID: 71476371

Scope and Content Note

folder 554

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--logs 1979--1979

Record ID: 71469986

Scope and Content Note

folder 555

INFINITE HORIZONS: SPACE BEYOND APOLLO [television]--production 1979--1979

Record ID: 71469985

Scope and Content Note

folder 0

MOVIE MAGIC [television]--correspondence 1993--1995

Record ID: 71527885

Scope and Content Note

folder 556

THE MOVIES [television]--miscellaneous 1974--1974

Record ID: 71475450

Scope and Content Note

press release, March 17, 1974, 2 pages; program, 1974
folder 557

PROJECT U.F.O. [television]--correspondence 1978--1978

Record ID: 71469196

Scope and Content Note

folder 558

PROJECT U.F.O. [television]--financial 1978--1978

Record ID: 71480867

Scope and Content Note

folder 559

STAR TREK [television]--agreements 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469199

Scope and Content Note

folder 560

STAR TREK [television]--production Circa 1966--1967

Record ID: 71480923

Scope and Content Note

script pages from "The Alternative Factor," October 24, 1966, 2 pages; notes taken by Dunn at meeting with Gene Roddenberry, Edward Milkis, Don Weed, and Ken Brier, October 25, 1966; list of special effects for "Balance of Terror," [1966], 3 pages; handwritten list of miniatures used for specific episodes of show through March 25, 1967
folder 561

STAR TREK [television]--publicity 1967--1967

Record ID: 71477826

Scope and Content Note

article by Linwood G. Dunn discussing special effects used in the series, August 30, 1967, 5 pages
 

Television files/Unproduced

folder 562

Captain Crunch [television]--production 1965--1966

Record ID: 71468927

Scope and Content Note

folder 563

Colgate [television]--production 1949--1949

Record ID: 71478042

Scope and Content Note

script for commercial for Lustre-Creme shampoo, March 16, 1949, 3 pages [annotated]
folder 564

EYE OF THE BEHOLDER [television]--press kit 1974--1974

Record ID: 71479167

Scope and Content Note

press kit along with letter from Rick Campbell, President of RCP Destination Films, to Linwood G. Dunn discussing his plans for travel documentary series, April 4, 1974, 2 pages
folder 565

THE MAGIC CARPET [television]--script Circa 1958--1961

Record ID: 71479033

Scope and Content Note

treatment regarding tourist traveling on magic carpet through history of United Arab Republic (U. A. R.), circa 1958-1961, 13 pages
folder 0

THE OLD BUNCH [television]--script 1990--1990

Record ID: 71528143

Scope and Content Note

letter from George White which mentions this treatment as well script for TREASURE ISLAND [unproduced], October 26, 1990; treatment by James J. Cassity, circa 1990, 4 pages
folder 566

Purina [television]--notes 1975--1975

Record ID: 71469340

Scope and Content Note

folder 567

THE RED CASTLE [television]--miscellaneous 1977--1977

Record ID: 71469342

Scope and Content Note

outline by John Hiller regarding story of automatons coming to life in the Smithsonian with mention of Jim Henson working on project, February 10, 1977, 5 pages; memo from Don Weed to Linwood Dunn suggesting combination of Hiller's story with his own [COMMENTARY FROM ALPHA CENTAURI], April 1, 1977, with attached outline by Weed, 4 pages; note from Hiller to Dunn regarding meeting with Ben Lawless and Karen Loveland, March 28, 1977
folder 568

The Rustler [television]--production 1976--1976

Record ID: 71469582

Scope and Content Note

production material relating to animated commercial "Potato Mirage" promoting restaurant The Rustler, 1976
folder 569

SUCCESS [television] Circa 1978--1978

Record ID: 71482748

Scope and Content Note

series of interview questions for Susan Oliver to ask Linwood Dunn on television program entitled "Success," circa 1978, 4 pages; outline of television program which includes Tom Bosley and Della Reese as hosts, circa 1978, 3 pages, with attached list of interviewees and directions to studio, circa 1978
folder 570

Texaco [television]--miscellaneous 1970--1970

Record ID: 71469191

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood Dunn to Raymond Lafaro discussing need for more detailed sketches for commercial "Long Pullback," October 12, 1970
folder 571

United Airlines [television]--script Circa 1969--1969

Record ID: 71475330

Scope and Content Note

screenplay by Centron Corporation for commercial "The Man Up Front," circa 1969, approximately 40 pages [lightly annotated]
folder 572

United Airlines [television]--correspondence 1969--1969

Record ID: 71475332

Scope and Content Note

folder 573

United Airlines [television]--storyboards 1969--1969

Record ID: 71475331

Scope and Content Note

 

Stage files

folder 574

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--script Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71469087

Scope and Content Note

book for musical by N. Richard Nash and lyrics by Fred Ebb, circa 1967, approximately 115 pages
folder 575

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--clippings 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469088

Scope and Content Note

folder 576

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--data Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469090

Scope and Content Note

folder 577

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--financial 1967--1969

Record ID: 71468997

Scope and Content Note

folder 578

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--miscellaneous Circa 1967--1968

Record ID: 71469091

Scope and Content Note

folder 579

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--production 1967--1967

Record ID: 71469089

Scope and Content Note

breakdown of film sequences for play, November 4, 1967, 2 pages; schedule, November 22, 1967, 2 pages [2 versions]
folder 580

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--program 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468995

Scope and Content Note

folder 581

THE HAPPY TIME [stage]--shooting layouts 1967--1967

Record ID: 71468993

Scope and Content Note

folder 582

THE OSMONDS SHOW [stage]--production 1974--1974

Record ID: 71482901

Scope and Content Note

production material relating to filming of live concert in Las Vegas, 1974
folder 583

THE OSMONDS SHOW [stage]--program 1974--1974

Record ID: 71482902

Scope and Content Note

autographed program from The Osmonds, undated
folder 0

TREASURE ISLAND [stage]--script 1990--1990

Record ID: 71527721

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of treatment of musical play by James Brittain or George White, undated, 32 pages
folder 0

WEST SIDE STORY [stage]--program Circa 1957--1959

Record ID: 71561746

Scope and Content Note

 

Subject files/General

folder 584

A miscellaneous 1949--1970

Record ID: 71462441

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Armin Hill and John Aalberg discussing the Xeon arc lamp, June 23, 1952; letter from Frank Agrama to Dunn discussing establishment of special effects lab in Middle East along with Ahmed Khorshed, September 10, 1964; letter from Don Weed to Academy of Television Arts and Sciences listing episodes of STAR TREK [TV] which Film Effects of Hollywood worked on, May 9, 1967
folder 585

A miscellaneous 1971--1996

Record ID: 71476115

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to David Adams congratulating him on Academy Award for SOLO [1972] and discussing his interest in making a film on special effects after observing audience interest in special effects at his lectures across the country, March 21, 1973; letter from Dunn to Irwin Allen discussing use of Dynavision, May 16, 1973, with attached article regarding Allen's plans to use Dynavision in circus film, October 9, 1973; letter from Dunn to Yasuo Aihara discussing possibility of Gakken acquiring Film Effects of Hollywood, April 8, 1982; letter from Dunn to Don Fizzinoglia asking for copy of interview done for "American Movie Classics," September 29, 1993
folder 586

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--20th Annual (1947) Academy Awards 1948--1948

Record ID: 71478433

Scope and Content Note

program describing special effects for GREEN DOLPHIN STREET and UNCONQUERED, [1948]
folder 587

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--21st Annual (1948) Academy Awards 1947--1949

Record ID: 71478157

Scope and Content Note

descriptions of special effects in films submitted for award consideration including PORTRAIT OF JENNIE, THE SECRET LAND, THE RED SHOES, DEEP WATER, JOAN OF ARC [1948], and TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE, 1949; procedure book
folder 588

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--22nd Annual (1949) Academy Awards Circa 1949--1950

Record ID: 71478441

Scope and Content Note

program describing special effects in MIGHTY JOE YOUNG, [1950]; procedure book
folder 589

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--24th Annual (1951) Academy Awards 1951--1951

Record ID: 71478171

Scope and Content Note

entries for scientific or technical awards, 1951
folder 590

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--24th Annual (1951) Academy Awards 1951--1952

Record ID: 71478158

Scope and Content Note

list of technological innovations in film technology submitted for consideration, [1952], 2 pages [annotated]; ballot, [1952], 2 pages [annotated]
folder 591

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--28th Annual (1955) Academy Awards 1955--1956

Record ID: 71481500

Scope and Content Note

paperwork compiled by "Optical Subcommittee" including descriptions of special effects in films submitted for award consideration, 1955-1956
folder 592

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--29th Annual (1956) Academy Awards 1956--1957

Record ID: 71481501

Scope and Content Note

paperwork compiled by "Special Effects Award Nominating Committee" including descriptions of special effects in films submitted for award consideration, 1956-1957
folder 593

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--30th Annual (1957) Academy Awards 1958--1958

Record ID: 71473741

Scope and Content Note

descriptions of special effects in films submitted for award consideration, 1958
folder 594

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--31st Annual (1958) Academy Awards 1958--1958

Record ID: 71473742

Scope and Content Note

folder 595

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--32nd Annual (1959) Academy Awards Circa 1959--1960

Record ID: 71479766

Scope and Content Note

description of special effects used for DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE, circa 1959-1960
folder 596

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--33rd Annual (1960) Academy Awards 1960--1961

Record ID: 71473743

Scope and Content Note

folder 597

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--34th Annual (1961) Academy Awards 1961--1962

Record ID: 71473744

Scope and Content Note

tally sheet, 1962 [annotated]
folder 598

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--35th Annual (1962) Academy Awards 1962--1963

Record ID: 71473745

Scope and Content Note

annotated tally sheet for Special Effects award, circa 1963, 3 pages; screening schedule, [1963]
folder 599

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--36th Annual (1963) Academy Awards 1963--1964

Record ID: 71473746

Scope and Content Note

letter from Danny Lee to Linwood G. Dunn listing the seven most complicated special effects in IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, January 18, 1964, 2 pages [heavily annotated], with attached correspondence from Lee to Dunn regarding sequence in which household goods fall off of truck, January 27, 1964 [annotated]; letter from Dunn to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences describing effects for work in IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD, January 24, 1964, 3 pages; tally sheets for special effects award, circa 1963-1964, 3 pages [annotated]
folder 600

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--37th Annual (1964) Academy Awards 1964--1965

Record ID: 71473750

Scope and Content Note

folder 601

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--38th Annual (1965) Academy Awards 1965--1966

Record ID: 71473751

Scope and Content Note

letter from Danny Lee to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences providing list of film clips to demonstrate special effects in THE GREAT RACE, January 18, 1966, 4 pages; tally sheet for special effects award, circa 1966, 3 pages [annotated]
folder 602

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--39th Annual (1966) Academy Awards 1966--1967

Record ID: 71473758

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Sam E. Brown regarding changes in screening procedures for Special Visual Effects Award Committee, September 19, 1966; description of special effects done for "creation of Adam" sequence in THE BIBLE, January 16, 1967, 2 pages; contact list for Special Visual Effects Award Rules Committee, circa 1966-1967; tally sheet for Special Visual Effects award, circa 1967, 2 pages
folder 603

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--40th Annual (1967) Academy Awards 1967--1968

Record ID: 71477001

Scope and Content Note

schedule of demonstrations for Scientific or Technical Awards, 1967; tally sheet, 1968 [annotated]
folder 604

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--41st Annual (1968) Academy Awards 1968--1968

Record ID: 71478175

Scope and Content Note

folder 605

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--42nd Annual (1969) Academy Awards 1969--1969

Record ID: 71477217

Scope and Content Note

letter from Gregory Peck to Linwood G. Dunn asking for suggestions of individuals in the special effects field who qualify for an award, August 29, 1969
folder 606

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--43rd Annual (1970) Academy Awards 1970--1971

Record ID: 71473774

Scope and Content Note

folder 607

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--44th Annual (1971) Academy Awards 1972--1972

Record ID: 71480024

Scope and Content Note

preliminary ballot tabulation for special visual effects award, January 27, 1972; official nomination ballot, 1972 [lightly annotated]
folder 608

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--45th Annual (1972) Academy Awards 1973--1973

Record ID: 71479790

Scope and Content Note

screening schedule [annotated], [1973]
folder 609

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--46th Annual (1973) Academy Awards 1974--1974

Record ID: 71480808

Scope and Content Note

folder 610

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--48th Annual (1975) Academy Awards 1976--1977

Record ID: 71476785

Scope and Content Note

folder 611

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--49th Annual (1976) Academy Awards 1976--1977

Record ID: 71473770

Scope and Content Note

letter from Dino De Laurentiis to Walter Mirisch arguing that KING KONG [1976] deserves an Academy Award, February 1, 1977, 3 pages; program, March 28, 1977; letter from Linwood G. Dunn asking Albert Whitlock to not resign, April 4, 1977, with response from Whitlock confirming his resignation, April 10, 1977, 2 pages; letter from Bill Taylor to Mirisch objecting to LOGAN'S RUN receiving as much recognition as KING KONG [1976] and announcing his resignation from the Academy, April 14, 1977, 4 pages; tally sheet for Special Visual Effects award, 1977, 2 pages [heavily annotated]; ballot for scientific or technical awards, [1977, annotated]; detailed description of special effects in THE OMEN, 1977, 5 pages
folder 612

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--50th Annual (1977) Academy Awards 1977--1977

Record ID: 71481837

Scope and Content Note

press release, "Voting Timetable for 50th Annual Academy Awards Announced by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences," September 26, 1977
folder 613

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--52 Annual (1979) Academy Awards 1979--1980

Record ID: 71475491

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to James Roberts nominating Charles G. Clarke to receive an honorary award, February 8, 1980; rating of films by Dunn [1980, annotated]
folder 614

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--53rd Annual (1980) Academy Awards 1980--1981

Record ID: 71475492

Scope and Content Note

letter from Fay Kanin to Linwood G. Dunn announcing that he will receive Academy Award of Merit for his work on the Acme-Dunn Optical Printer, February 17, 1981; rules for visual effects awards, circa 1981 [annotated]; photocopy of handwritten notes, circa 1981
folder 615

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--57th Annual (1984) Academy Awards 1985--1985

Record ID: 71481838

Scope and Content Note

letter from James M. Roberts congratulating winners and asking them to sign statement acknowledging receipt of award, [1985]
folder 616

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Cinematographers Branch 1966--1981

Record ID: 71481836

Scope and Content Note

membership proposals, circa 1976; meeting minutes, May 12, 1980
folder 617

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--correspondence 1948--1989

Record ID: 71480798

Scope and Content Note

letter from Gilbert R. Scott to Margaret Herrick, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, regarding transfer of paper prints to 35mm film, October 30, 1948; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences offering his company's services to transfer the paper print collection to actual film, December 27, 1950, 2 pages, with response from Margaret Herrick declining offer, January 16, 1951; letter from Dunn to Peter Ellenshaw responding to his objection that the matte painting work in STAR WARS and THE SPY WHO LOVED ME was not considered for an Academy Award, February 17,1978, 2 pages; memo from Anthony Salome to Otto Spoerri regarding security problem involving James Aubrey Jr. and his girlfriend at screening, December 7, 1981; letter from Daniel Ross to Paul Mandell explaining why Ray Harryhausen has not been nominated for Academy Award, December 10, 1982
folder 618

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--foundation Circa 1976--1981

Record ID: 71473773

Scope and Content Note

financial statement for foundation, 1978-1980, 2 pages; letter from Robert Wise to Dunn discussing visiting artists program, November 4, 1980; booklet, "What Is the Academy?" undated
folder 619

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--history Circa 1989--1989

Record ID: 71474892

Scope and Content Note

history of awards for scientific or technical achievements from 1930-1988, circa 1989
folder 620

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Jarvis, Ron W. 1996--1996

Record ID: 71481834

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn recommending Ron W. Jarvis for membership, November 11, 1996
folder 621

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--miscellaneous 1950--1996

Record ID: 71475437

Scope and Content Note

booklet containing list of Academy Award winners, 1950; program for 4th Annual Student Film Awards, May 22, 1977; transcript of speech delivered by Michael Blankfort to Board of Governors objecting to solicitation to obtain position of President, July 25, 1979, 3 pages; letter from Richard Kahn inviting Dunn to groundbreaking of Margaret Herrick Library, July 5, 1989; program, "From Miniatures to Morphing: The Magic of Visual Effects," November 9, 1993
folder 622

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--newsletters 1962--1974

Record ID: 71476332

Scope and Content Note

folder 623

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--press releases 1976--1977

Record ID: 71481969

Scope and Content Note

folder 624

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--reports 1978--1982

Record ID: 71481835

Scope and Content Note

annual report, 1978-1979; annual report, 1981-1982
folder 625

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Special Visual Effects Committee 1951--1951

Record ID: 71473772

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Special Effects Awards Committee emphasizing that award should be given to individuals directly responsible for work rather than to organization, November 29, 1951; letter from Dunn to Sam Brown stating that he does not feel that Gene Warren, Tim Baar, and Wah Chang qualify to be on Special Visual Effects Award Committee, September 12, 1967, 2 pages; letter of recommendation by Dunn on behalf of Don Weed, November 10, 1967; letter from Gregory Peck to Dunn informing him that George B. Ross Jr. is not eligible for membership at this time despite his recommendation by Dunn and Hal Elias, February 19, 1970; rule changes proposed by Farciot Edouart, April 13, 1977; meeting minutes, April 13, 1977; rough draft of rules and procedures for Special Visual Effects award, circa 1977, 5 pages [annotated]
folder 626

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Special Visual Effects Committee (questionnaire) Circa 1976--1977

Record ID: 71475489

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Danny Ross [Dan Ross] proposing questionnaire to be sent out to committee members, September 29, 1976, with attached notes; form letter asking committee members to fill out questionnaire, circa 1977; questionnaires filled out by committee members, circa 1977
folder 0

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Subcommittee on Cinetechnical Entries 1953--1954

Record ID: 71527997

Scope and Content Note

folder 627

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Subcommittee on Cinematographic Entries 1954--1955

Record ID: 71476739

Scope and Content Note

folder 628

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Subcommittee on Cinetechnical Entries 1954--1955

Record ID: 71476740

Scope and Content Note

folder 0

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences--Technicians Branch 1935--1935

Record ID: 71527972

Scope and Content Note

technical bulletin on the three color process [Technicolor], May 31, 1935
folder 629

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences--19th Annual (1967) Television Academy Awards 1967--1967

Record ID: 71479666

Scope and Content Note

program which includes nomination for STAR TREK [TV], June 4, 1967
folder 630

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--articles 1944--1944

Record ID: 71481830

Scope and Content Note

article, "The New Acme-Dunn Optical Printer," by Linwood G. Dunn, "American Cinematographer," January 1944
folder 631

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--blueprint 1949--1949

Record ID: 71482915

Scope and Content Note

wiring diagram for printer, February 8, 1949 [original and copy]
folder 632

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--correspondence 1944--1944

Record ID: 71480874

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from James T. Strohm of U. S. Army Signal Corps to [Linwood G. Dunn?] noting problem of "contact strip" in printer and asking for help, March 4, 1944, with response from [Dunn?] on back of letter, undated
folder 633

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--history

Record ID: 71480793

Scope and Content Note

folder 634

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--legal 1949--1949

Record ID: 71477251

Scope and Content Note

legal document regarding transfer of printer from Linwood G. Dunn to Cecil Love, November 22, 1949
folder 635

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--log Circa 1943--1944

Record ID: 71474902

Scope and Content Note

notebook containing daily notes on designing of printer, circa 1943-1944
folder 636

Acme-Dunn Optical Printer--pamphlet 1944--1944

Record ID: 71476807

Scope and Content Note

folder 638

Acme Film Laboratories 1941--1949

Record ID: 71473809

Scope and Content Note

contract between Acme Film Laboratories and Linwood G. Dunn, December 31, 1947, 10 pages
folder 639

Address book Circa 1940--1958

Record ID: 71474311

Scope and Content Note

handwritten names and phone numbers of colleagues of Linwood G. Dunn including Elmo Williams, Ray Harryhausen, circa 1940-1958
folder 640

Adventure Film Productions 1966--1966

Record ID: 71480265

Scope and Content Note

folder 641

Alabama Space Science Center Circa 1969--1969

Record ID: 71474509

Scope and Content Note

letter from Joe Davis to Film Effects of Hollywood discussing special effects work to be done for film at Alabama Space Science Center, January 17, 1969, 2 pages; script outline, circa 1969; photocopies of storyboards, circa 1969
folder 642

Allied Motion Picture Center--correspondence 1970--1971

Record ID: 71475334

Scope and Content Note

folder 643

American Cinematographer--contents 1977--1983

Record ID: 71483611

Scope and Content Note

list of subjects to be covered in various issues, 1977-1983
folder 644

American Cinematographer--correspondence 1940--1984

Record ID: 71481230

Scope and Content Note

letter from Arthur E. Gavin asking to meet Linwood G. Dunn to discuss making of [PAYMENT ON DEMAND], December 13, 1951
folder 645

American Cinematographer--financial 1970--1984

Record ID: 71481717

Scope and Content Note

folder 646

American Cinematographer--miscellaneous 1960--1984

Record ID: 71483612

Scope and Content Note

folder 647

American Dance Theatre 1978--1978

Record ID: 71475472

Scope and Content Note

folder 648

American Express 1966--1975

Record ID: 71473811

Scope and Content Note

folder 649

American Film Institute 1969--1979

Record ID: 71480060

Scope and Content Note

letter from Win Sharples Jr. of American Film Institute asking Linwood G. Dunn to present his findings on color film preservation at conference, March 16, 1977, 2 pages
folder 650

American Outdoors Circa 1975--1975

Record ID: 71473810

Scope and Content Note

folder 651

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--awards 1977--1977

Record ID: 71481383

Scope and Content Note

folder 652

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--awards 1989--1989

Record ID: 71480791

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of pages from "yearbook" for ceremony, [1989]
folder 653

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--awards 1989--1990

Record ID: 71480778

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of handwritten letter from Linwood G. Dunn to his four daughters inviting them to attend ceremony, February 6, 1990; program for fourth annual awards ceremony which includes honorary award for Dunn, February 25, 1990
folder 654

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--book Circa 1980--1984

Record ID: 71481231

Scope and Content Note

portfolio, "ASC Treasury of Special Effects: Public Relations Program Report," May 30, 1984
folder 655

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--correspondence 1962--1983

Record ID: 71473812

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Ernest Laszlo discussing Peter Gibbons' interest in continuing to interview cinematographers for the American Society of Cinematographers archives, March 4, 1974; letter from Marc Wanamaker to Dunn asking for contact information for cinematographers in order to interview them for book project, March 1, 1976
folder 656

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial 1980--1980

Record ID: 71481309

Scope and Content Note

folder 657

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial 1981--1981

Record ID: 71481719

Scope and Content Note

folder 658

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial 1983--1983

Record ID: 71481703

Scope and Content Note

folder 659

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial 1984--1984

Record ID: 71481711

Scope and Content Note

folder 660

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial 1984--1984

Record ID: 71481715

Scope and Content Note

folder 661

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial (meeting) 1981--1981

Record ID: 71481665

Scope and Content Note

proposal submitted by Richard Patterson for series of television programs on cinematographers, May 18, 1981; paperwork relating to meeting on October 5, 1981
folder 662

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--financial (meeting) 1984--1984

Record ID: 71481651

Scope and Content Note

paperwork related to executive committee meeting on April 24, 1984
folder 663

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--meetings 1963--1981

Record ID: 71477787

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, guest lists, and notes regarding "rap sessions," 1975
folder 664

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--membership 1967--1993

Record ID: 71481631

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn nominating Frederick Hynes for membership, April 15, 1967; membership card, 1984; letter from Dunn nominating Jonathan Erland for membership, February 1, 1993
folder 665

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--miscellaneous 1970--1996

Record ID: 71481234

Scope and Content Note

transcript of speech delivered by Linwood G. Dunn to board of governors, July 5, 1977, 3 pages; "Some Ideas to Start Off March 8th Rap Session" by Dunn, undated; résumé of Richard Patterson, undated; résumé of Jean Wade Turner, undated; itinerary for "ASC Digital Fools Day," undated; manuscript, "Optical Effects" by Joseph Westheimer, undated, 9 pages
folder 666

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--officers 1970--1984

Record ID: 71481232

Scope and Content Note

folder 667

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--press releases Circa 1976--1986

Record ID: 71481233

Scope and Content Note

folder 668

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--project 1981--1984

Record ID: 71481694

Scope and Content Note

letter from Richard Patterson to Ken Mason discussing interest in producing film or television series on cinematographers tentatively entitled THE HOLLYWOOD CAMERAMAN, May 15, 1981; letter from Steven Wood to William Fraker expressing interest in resuming production of series, July 3, 1984, 2 pages
folder 669

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--Technology Council of the Motion Picture and Television Industry (TCMPT) 1995--1996

Record ID: 71481157

Scope and Content Note

outline regarding electronic cinema project, August 24, 1995; correspondence regarding decision by American Society of Cinematographers to not support council, 1996
folder 0

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)--website 1997--1997

Record ID: 71527897

Scope and Content Note

folder 670

Analogue Computer (for analytical densities) 1955--1964

Record ID: 71482813

Scope and Content Note

folder 671

AND Film--appeal bond 1968--1968

Record ID: 71473813

Scope and Content Note

folder 672

AND Film--correspondence 1953--1953

Record ID: 71473784

Scope and Content Note

correspondence pertaining to lawsuit against Film Effects of Hollywood by Turkish film company AND Film for losing their film, 1965-1967; letter from Lloyd W. Dunn, brother of Linwood G. Dunn and vice president of Capitol Records, asking Alan Campbell's help in investigating the integrity of And Film and Turgut Demirag since Campbell lives in Turkey, May 25, 1966, 2 pages; letter from Campbell informing Lloyd Dunn that And Film is a "second-rate" operation and that Demirag is not trustworthy, June 7, 1966, 2 pages; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Patrick Hughes expressing concern over his defense in the case, June 27, 1966, 2 pages; letter from Lloyd Dunn asking Campbell to find out which American firm Demirag sued due to some of his films being damaged, August 10, 1966; notes by Weed regarding screening of workprint from AND Film and commenting on its flaws, January 20, 1967; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Hughes discussing Adrian Mosser serving as witness for AND Film, June 28, 1967
folder 673

AND Film--correspondence 1968--1972

Record ID: 71473808

Scope and Content Note

memo from Don Weed to Linwood G. Dunn and Dave Fleming emphasizing two points from hearing that would be of use in trial, April 1, 1968; letter from Dunn to David Fleming discussing possibility of settlement, April 5, 1968, 2 pages; letter from Dunn asking Uditta Marot to help him with lawsuit, April 19, 1968; letter from Dunn informing James Irsfeld that this lawsuit is the greatest financial hardship ever suffered by Films Effects of Hollywood and that he has decided to switch from his law firm to that of David Fleming, July 26, 1968; letter from Lloyd W. Dunn asking Michael Berson to investigate Turgut Demirag, February 12, 1969, 2 pages
folder 674

AND Film--depositions 1967--1967

Record ID: 71473815

Scope and Content Note

depositions of Linwood G. Dunn, Don Weed, and insurance agent Clark Smith, 1967
folder 675

AND Film--financial 1951--1968

Record ID: 71479976

Scope and Content Note

charts containing financial breakdown for Turkish film ONCE UPON A TIME, 1951-1956; financial statements regarding insurance for Film Effects of Hollywood, May 9, 1962; profits made by Disney from screenings of SNOW WHITE (1937) shown in Islamic countries, undated
folder 676

AND Film--legal (inventory) 1965--1968

Record ID: 71473814

Scope and Content Note

inventory of documents concerning legal action, 1965-1967, 3 pages [heavily annotated]; list of documents received regarding appeal, 1968
folder 677

AND Film--legal (lawsuit) 1965--1967

Record ID: 71483039

Scope and Content Note

folder 678

AND Film--legal (lawsuit) 1968--1968

Record ID: 71483040

Scope and Content Note

folder 679

AND Film--miscellaneous Circa 1966--1970

Record ID: 71473822

Scope and Content Note

notes from call made by David Fleming regarding appeal hearing, January 6, 1970
folder 680

AND Film--transcript (argument) 1968--1968

Record ID: 71473825

Scope and Content Note

partial transcript of proceedings of court case, January 12, 1968, approximately 100 pages
folder 681

AND Film--transcript (findings) 1968--1968

Record ID: 71473826

Scope and Content Note

partial transcript of proceedings of last day of court case, January 12, 1968, approximately 22 pages
folder 682

The Animation Equipment Corporation--agreements 1958--1958

Record ID: 71474435

Scope and Content Note

handwritten notes regarding agreement, March 3, 1958, 5 pages; first draft of agreement between Film Effects of Hollywood and The Animation Equipment Corporation [Oxberry] regarding redesign of optical printers, May 20, 1958, 5 pages [heavily annotated]; signed agreement, September 1, 1958, 5 pages; photocopy of agreement signed by Dunn on January 23, 1963, 5 pages [annotated]
folder 683

The Animation Equipment Corporation--correspondence 1958--1964

Record ID: 71474440

Scope and Content Note

list of recent communications between Film Effects of Hollywood and the Animation Equipment Company [Oxberry], 1964; memo from Linwood G. Dunn and Cecil Love arguing that John Oxberry, president of company, hired one of their most valued employees in order to obtain more information on the development of optical printers, January 23, 1964, 2 pages; "Report on present status of AEC matter," by Linwood G. Dunn, March 7, 1963, 2 pages
folder 684

The Animation Equipment Corporation--legal (lawsuit) 1964--1964

Record ID: 71474441

Scope and Content Note

lawsuit made by Film Effects of Hollywood against The Animation Equipment Corporation for breach of contract, 1964, 3 pages
folder 685

The Animation Equipment Corporation--miscellaneous Circa 1957--1964

Record ID: 71474443

Scope and Content Note

portfolio, "Optical Special Effects Step Printer," October 10, 1957; memo from Cecil Love to Linwood G. Dunn discussing the mechanical clutch of the optical printer being one of the weaker features of the printer owned by The Animation Equipment Corporation, November 16, 1964; memo from Love to Dunn recalling meeting with John Oxberry, Kip Livingston, and Ed Willette, November 30, 1964; rough draft, "Suggestions for the Oxberry Optical Printer," undated [annotated]; miscellaneous notes, circa 1958-1964
folder 686

The Animation Equipment Corporation--Oxberry Circa 1964--1968

Record ID: 71474439

Scope and Content Note

business postcard announcing change of name from The Animation Equipment Corporation to Oxberry, July 24, 1964; fliers and pamphlets promoting Oxberry, circa 1964-1968
folder 687

Ansco 1950--1956

Record ID: 71480066

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Ansco praising three-color film process, equating it to Technicolor, and recommending its use at the studios, January 27, 1950, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Ansco discussing problems encountered by Elmo Williams when testing film, August 25, 1952; letter from Dunn to Ansco discussing his use of Ansco film over the years and complaining about a price increase, May 7, 1956, 4 pages [handwritten notes says "not sent"]
folder 688

Aperture--data 1962--1962

Record ID: 71482785

Scope and Content Note

folder 689

Aperture--dimensions 1956--1962

Record ID: 71482844

Scope and Content Note

folder 690

Aragones, Daniel 1964--1964

Record ID: 71473829

Scope and Content Note

letter from Jack Thomas asking Daniel Aragones to show Lloyd W. Dunn around Barcelona, May 6, 1964, 2 pages
folder 691

Arden Associates 1975--1975

Record ID: 71477759

Scope and Content Note

folder 692

Articles 1934--1994

Record ID: 71481828

Scope and Content Note

various articles from periodicals by Linwood G. Dunn, about Dunn, or of interest to Dunn
folder 693

Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP)--correspondence 1967--1979

Record ID: 71480266

Scope and Content Note

folder 694

Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP)--research center 1970--1970

Record ID: 71476466

Scope and Content Note

report, "An Electronic Traveling Matte Process," by Petro Vlahos, November 22, 1968, 16 pages; bulletin regarding optical parameters of anamorphic lenses, November 25, 1970, 2 pages; report, "The Front Projection Process of Composite Photography," by Vlahos, 1970, 21 pages
folder 695

Atkins & Merrill 1974--1974

Record ID: 71474260

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Specification for the Filming of Training Missions For a Locomotive Simulator," November 20, 1974 [lightly annotated]
folder 696

Avco Embassy 1970--1970

Record ID: 71473830

Scope and Content Note

folder 697

Azarmi, Mehrdad--correspondence 1967--1975

Record ID: 71473831

Scope and Content Note

letter from Mehrdad Azarmi to Don Weed regarding registration of company in Iran, October 1, 1974, 2 pages; letter from Azarmi to Don Weed expressing interest in "Cine-View" system, April 27, 1975
folder 698

B miscellaneous 1947--1970

Record ID: 71462443

Scope and Content Note

copy of letter to Business Screen with press release and photograph regarding founding of Film Effects of Hollywood, March 9, 1947; carbon of letter from Linwood Dunn to Benedict Bogeaus saying he knew Bogeaus was in a tight spot, but that he needed payment of the bill as "I am in a very critical position right now, ... I do not know what I'm going to do if your money does not come through real soon," January 31, 1959
folder 699

B miscellaneous 1971--1988

Record ID: 71477818

Scope and Content Note

letter from William B. Brennan Jr. to Linwood G. Dunn asking for chance to interview him as part of his research for his dissertation on special film formats at world expositions, March 15, 1972; letter from Dunn to Houseley Stevenson of Bing Crosby Productions discussing "moon shots," November 30, 1972, 2 pages; letter from high school student Everett E. Burleigh to Dunn asking for his advice on execution of special effects for his film about the apocalypse, May 4, 1973; letter from Dunn to William Widmayer discussing "70mm Dynavision 3D System," December 12, 1973; letter from Howard W. Butts to Weed discussing in detail plans for four feature-length travelogues entitled AMERICA THE MAGNIFICENT in 3-D, February 21, 1975, 3 pages; study guide for THE BLACK PEARL [1977]
folder 700

Backgrounds

Record ID: 71473842

Scope and Content Note

folder 701

Barnett International Forwarders 1966--1970

Record ID: 71473843

Scope and Content Note

folder 702

Bavaria Filmkunst Circa 1958--1958

Record ID: 71473862

Scope and Content Note

brochure promoting the studio, circa 1958
folder 703

Bell & Howell--blueprints 1950--1958

Record ID: 71482950

Scope and Content Note

blueprint of 16mm printer at continuous speed (Model J), August 18, 1955
folder 704

Bell & Howell--catalogs Circa 1923--1923

Record ID: 71481792

Scope and Content Note

catalog, "Standard Continuous Film Printers," circa 1923, with ephemera within catalog; catalog, "Standard Cinematograph Camera," circa 1923
folder 705

Bell & Howell--miscellaneous 1925--1925

Record ID: 71476230

Scope and Content Note

price list for equipment being sold to Linwood G. Dunn, August 10, 1925
folder 706

Bennet, Spencer Gordon 1959--1985

Record ID: 71476593

Scope and Content Note

credits, 1959; photocopy of article, "King of the Serial Directors: Spencer Gordon Bennet," by Glenn Shipley, "Views and Reviews," Fall 1969; fan letter from Bill Hunt to Spencer Gordon Bennet discussing his making of super 8mm films and asking to interview Bennet, January 6, 1972, 3 pages; letter from Milton Plesur to Bennet asking to interview him, May 13, 1975
folder 707

Birefraction Color Filter Tank--blueprints 1948--1948

Record ID: 71482951

Scope and Content Note

folder 708

Blueprints 1956--1956

Record ID: 71482913

Scope and Content Note

folder 709

Blueprints 1957--1957

Record ID: 71482914

Scope and Content Note

folder 710

Bodde Screen Company 1948--1948

Record ID: 71479032

Scope and Content Note

three invoices for purchases made from company, 1948
folder 711

Bodenbach, Petra 1994--1994

Record ID: 71480873

Scope and Content Note

agreement between Petra Bodenbach and Linwood G. Dunn concerning filmed interview, September 21, 1994
folder 712

Brown, Arthur L. 1970--1970

Record ID: 71473863

Scope and Content Note

correspondence from Arthur L. Brown to Film Effects of Hollywood regarding return of film camera to Luis Azarraga, 1970
folder 713

Brummer, Richard 1970--1971

Record ID: 71475950

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding Flying Node Camera System created by Richard Brummer, 1970-1971; agreement between Brummer and Film Effects of Hollywood, March 11, 1971, 2 pages
folder 714

Bryg Incorporated--correspondence 1957--1958

Record ID: 71475433

Scope and Content Note

handwritten rough draft of agreement regarding Film Effects of Hollywood serving as technical consultant to Bryg, February 18, 1957
folder 715

Bryg--promotion Circa 1958--1958

Record ID: 71475432

Scope and Content Note

folder 716

Budget details 1953--1954

Record ID: 71469486

Scope and Content Note

budget details regarding various film productions including THE BIG RAINBOW [UNDERWATER!], SUSAN SLEPT HERE, and SON OF SINBAD, 1953-1954
folder 717

Burkoff, Ilja 1970--1970

Record ID: 71479149

Scope and Content Note

correspondence and proposal by Ilja Burkoff regarding his traveling matte system known as the "automatte," 1970
folder 718

Business cards 1976--1976

Record ID: 71481199

Scope and Content Note

folder 719

C miscellaneous Circa 1941--1959

Record ID: 71462446

Scope and Content Note

letter from C.P. Goerz American Optical Co. regarding lenses requested by Linwood G. Dunn, July 9, 1946; letter from Dunn to Merian C. Cooper discussing use of his 16mm Mitchell camera for experimental short films by Elmo Williams for television, April 12, 1949; carbon of letter from Dunn to the Governor of California regarding state mental institutions, describing his search for his wife who disappeared May 28, 1948, and his belief that he could not be sure she is not in a mental institution, May 8, 1949; letter from Dunn to Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) expressing interest in developing film versions of radio and television shows, October 5, 1950; 1953 annual report for Capitol Records, March 17, 1954; pre-incorporation agreement between Linwood Dunn and Edward R. Chilcott to form Cinemaster Products, Inc., 1959
folder 720

C miscellaneous 1962--1971

Record ID: 71473868

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Frank Capra Jr. discussing work on REACHING FOR THE STARS [unproduced?], August 21, 1964, 2 pages, with attached handwritten financial notes, 2 pages; letter from Andrew M. Costikyan thanking Dunn for his help in joining the American Society of Cinematographers, November 3, 1965; notes from Dunn to Ray Gosnell Jr. regarding possible photo effects for THE INNOCENT [unproduced?], January 14, 1966; letter from Dunn to Frank Caldwell discussing Cinema 160, April 28, 1967, 2 pages; letter from Don Weed to Dick Pope regarding multi-panel film made by Kurt Eckert, July 18, 1969, 2 pages; letter from Weed to Nathaniel Lande of Cinema Center Film providing suggestions for THE MAN IN THE BACK SEAT [unproduced?], August 27, 1970, 2 pages; letter Weed to Nat Lande, CBS Studio Film Center, discussing football sequence for film, September 30, 1970; letter from Dunn to Irv Lieberman of Cinematic Systems discussing optical scene tester, January 27, 1971, 2 pages
folder 721

C miscellaneous 1972--1996

Record ID: 71473869

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Fred Briskin of Cinema National demanding payment for work done on FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR, April 27, 1972; letter from Don Weed to Harold Terhune of Coca-Cola Company Archives regarding archival film storage, June 4, 1973; letter from Weed to Cindy Cone discussing use of Dynavision to showcase fashion line, January 21, 1974, 5 pages; letter from Weed to Patrick Wayne, Cinetrope Productions, expressing interest in working on THE HOLY YEAR FILM, a one-hour television documentary focusing on history of Christianity, November 11, 1974, with attached treatment, circa 1974, 15 pages; letter from Dunn to William Hedden noting that giving a lecture to Calvin Communications was one of the most rewarding lecture experiences he ever had, September 5, 1975; letter from Dunn to C. B. Bartell Presents regarding trailers and commercials for GIFTS OF AN EAGLE [unproduced?], October 17, 1975; letter from Dunn to Weed criticizing the quality of the script for CREATION TWO [unproduced?], June 23, 1978; letter from Robert Carringer to Dunn asking for help on his book "The Making of Citizen Kane," July 25, 1978; letter from Malcolm Clarke to Weed discussing interest in making film based on the story "Picture Palace," July 17, 1980, with response from Weed discussing merger with Francis Ford Coppola and various projects, July 22, 1980; letter from Hart Getzen, assistant to Dunn and Weed, to Alex Cranstoun explaining that Film Effects of Hollywood is clearing their vaults and asking if Cranstoun would like his film returned, January 19, 1982; letter from Dunn to Myrna Oliver, in response to obituary of Ethlyne Clair, recalling his working with her on the serial QUEEN OF THE NORTHWOODS, March 1, 1996, with attached program for memorial service, March 4, 1996
folder 722

Calendars 1966--1981

Record ID: 71480896

Scope and Content Note

Linwood Dunn's wall calendar with annotations, 1966 [lacks month of January]; photocopy of month of April 1967 [heavily annotated]
folder 723

Carpenter, W. T. 1976--1976

Record ID: 71473880

Scope and Content Note

correspondence to State Senator W. T. Carpenter pertaining to film MISSION TO HELL, 1976
folder 724

Catalina Island Film Festival--programs 1979--1979

Record ID: 71482627

Scope and Content Note

folder 725

Catalog--matte paintings Circa 1976--1976

Record ID: 71479378

Scope and Content Note

press release regarding salvaging of matte paintings, circa 1976; photograph of matte painting from THE CROSS OF LORRAINE, with accompanying caption, circa 1976; catalog of matte paintings saved after destruction of matte building at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, circa 1976
folder 726

Celebrity Concerts 1970--1972

Record ID: 71473882

Scope and Content Note

folder 727

Champlin, Charles--correspondence 1969--1979

Record ID: 71480875

Scope and Content Note

letter from Charles Champlin to Dunn discussing special effects show in Avalon and asking him to fact-check his writings on special effects for a textbook, August 14, 1979
folder 728

Chaparos Productions Limited 1967--1970

Record ID: 71473883

Scope and Content Note

folder 729

Christmas cards Circa 1961--1969

Record ID: 71476415

Scope and Content Note

card from Eastman Kodak Company signed by staff, circa 1961; card from Walt Disney and staff with BABES IN TOYLAND theme, 1961; card from Lucie Lichtig with painting of set from 55 DAYS AT PEKING on cover, 1962; card from Nicholas Ray, 1962; card from Disney and staff with MARY POPPINS theme, 1964; card from Saul Bass and Associates, 1964; card from Fyodor Provorov, circa 1969; card from Linwood Dunn with accompanying snapshot, undated
folder 730

Christmas lists 1949--1964

Record ID: 71481133

Scope and Content Note

folder 731

Christopher Chapman Limited 1967--1970

Record ID: 71480986

Scope and Content Note

folder 732

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--correspondence 1954--1955

Record ID: 71479201

Scope and Content Note

folder 733

Cine Calculator

Record ID: 71482643

Scope and Content Note

folder 734

Cine-Ortho

Record ID: 71473885

Scope and Content Note

folder 735

Cine-View Circa 1975--1975

Record ID: 71479205

Scope and Content Note

manuscript which contains description of motion picture system which would create "living murals" which could be seen through windows in franchises such as bars and restaurants, circa 1975, 8 pages
folder 736

Cineduplicator Project Circa 1959--1961

Record ID: 71455369

Scope and Content Note

progress report, April 2, 1959; rough sketch of prototype #2, April 7, 1959; letter from Linwood Dunn to Thomas C. Leighton regarding his progress on the project, July 16, 1959, 2 pages; signed agreement by Technical Products Company to not develop product similar to Cineduplicator for five years, December 28, 1959; progress report, circa 1960 [rough drafts and final copy]; financial projections, circa 1960
folder 0

Cinefantastique 1995--1996

Record ID: 71527886

Scope and Content Note

final draft of article, "Star Trek - Original Series: Optical Effects, Mattes, & Models: 'Is There No Truth In Matte Lines?'," by Daniel Fiebiger, circa 1995-1996, 46 pages; address list of STAR TREK [TV] crew mentioned in article, 1996; photocopy, "Top Ten Signs You're At A Bad Star Trek Convention," circa 1996
folder 737

Cinema Ventures 1962--1962

Record ID: 71473886

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement between Cinema Ventures and Films Effects of Hollywood regarding film GIRLSAPOPPIN, May 8, 1962, 2 pages
folder 738

Cinemagic of the Optical Printer

Record ID: 71476639

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Cinemagic of the Optical Printer," by Linwood G. Dunn reprinted from "American Cinematographer Manual," undated [various drafts]
folder 739

Cinemiracle cameras--drawings 1972--1973

Record ID: 71482952

Scope and Content Note

drawings to convert 6 perforation film to 8 perforation film, 1972-1973, undated
folder 740

Cinerama--clippings 1963--1963

Record ID: 71480987

Scope and Content Note

folder 741

Cinerama--miscellaneous Circa 1958--1973

Record ID: 71473887

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Suggested Terms for Agreement Between Cinerama and Film Effects," January 9, 1962; illustration of man to scale for 6-perforation Cinerama, circa 1958; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Thomas Conroy congratulating him on HOW THE WEST WAS WON, March 6, 1963; letter of recommendation from Don Weed to Conroy for Donald Wait, November 6, 1963; letter from Dunn to Conroy with mention of Film Effects of Hollywood being only company besides Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer which owns same level of quality 70mm equipment, June 26, 1964, 2 pages; cost estimate for Bill Wild for Cinerama project, October 9, 1967; manuscript, "Cinerama Comeback," undated, 3 pages
folder 742

Color duping systems

Record ID: 71482811

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "A System of Timing 5245 Dupe Negatives Based on the Method Used By Thomas Ingman and Jim Gordon, Deluxe Laboratories," undated, 6 pages
folder 0

Color guides

Record ID: 71528329

Scope and Content Note

handmade YCM color guide with each letter painted in appropriate color, undated
folder 743

Color harmony chart 1940--1940

Record ID: 71482775

Scope and Content Note

folder 744

Color timing systems 1957--1957

Record ID: 71482773

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "An Instantaneous Electronic Color-Film Analyzer," by Bernard D. Loughlin, Charles E. Page, William F. Bailey, and Charles J. Hirsch (Hazeltine Research Corporation), November 1, 1957, 22 pages, with accompanying illustrations and charts
folder 745

Colorfilm 1967--1971

Record ID: 71473933

Scope and Content Note

folder 746

Colorvision--agreements 1951--1955

Record ID: 71478705

Scope and Content Note

draft of agreement between Colorvision Stereo and Film Effects of Hollywood, March 1953, 3 pages [heavily annotated]
folder 747

Colorvision--correspondence 1952--1968

Record ID: 71478714

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Harold Lee explaining why he believes the company should have its own color laboratory, January 11, 1952, 2 pages [draft and final copy]
folder 748

Colorvision--financial 1953--1967

Record ID: 71481313

Scope and Content Note

folder 749

Colorvision--miscellaneous 1953--1966

Record ID: 71481320

Scope and Content Note

first report to stockholders, April 23, 1953, 4 pages; report, "Development of Color Television Cameras For Broadcast and Closed Circuit Use," by Paul F. Fischer, September 28, 1965
folder 750

Colorvision--press kits

Record ID: 71478155

Scope and Content Note

folder 751

Colorvision--receipt 1965--1965

Record ID: 71481134

Scope and Content Note

folder 752

Columbia Pictures--lease 1967--1968

Record ID: 71473970

Scope and Content Note

contract in which Film Effects of Hollywood leased 65mm matte painting camera to Columbia Pictures, June 27, 1967, 6 pages
folder 753

Columbia Pictures--miscellaneous 1967--1981

Record ID: 71473936

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Tom Shaw discussing his meeting with Richard Brooks with regard to possible optical effects for IN COLD BLOOD, April 11, 1967; letter from Shaw informing Dunn that company chose National Screen over Film Effects of Hollywood, April 15, 1967; memo from Don Weed regarding matte painting for MACKENNA'S GOLD, May 17, 1967; letter from Dunn to Stanley Kramer discussing his wish to be involved in remake of KING KONG, May 26, 1970, 2 pages
folder 754

Commonwealth United Entertainment 1970--1970

Record ID: 71473937

Scope and Content Note

folder 755

Compton Advertising 1965--1966

Record ID: 71473942

Scope and Content Note

letter from David Thomas to Shepard Chartoc regarding "New Dawn" commercial, March 12, 1965; letter from Shepard Chartoc to Weed with mention of Maybelline commercial, June 18, 1965; memo from Jack Davis regarding "Captain Crunch Live Action Footage," January 31, 1966
folder 756

Consolidated Film Industries--correspondence 1951--1971

Record ID: 71473990

Scope and Content Note

folder 757

Consolidated Film Industries--financial 1961--1961

Record ID: 71473991

Scope and Content Note

folder 758

Consolidated Film Industries--miscellaneous Circa 1953--1973

Record ID: 71473986

Scope and Content Note

price lists, 1969-1972; newsletter, 1973; brochure, undated
folder 759

Contacts Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71481089

Scope and Content Note

handwritten lists of contacts while Linwood Dunn was in Europe, circa 1967
folder 760

Cousteau, Jacques 1968--1970

Record ID: 71473968

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding work on Jacques-Yves Cousteau film project including description of special effects work for "Museum of the Sea Theatre," November 29, 1968, 5 pages; letter from Don Weed to Cousteau discussing PHENOMENA OF THE SEA [THE UNDERSEA WORLD OF JAQUES COUSTEAU], March 20, 1969, 2 pages; letter from Weed to Linwood G. Dunn discussing his meeting with sons of Cousteau regarding 65mm underwater camera and other technical innovations, June 9, 1970
folder 761

Cousteau, Jean-Michel 1971--1971

Record ID: 71476013

Scope and Content Note

financial breakdown of post-production work, July 13, 1971, 2 pages; letter from Jean-Michel Cousteau to Don Weed, July 20, 1971; agreement between Film Effects of Hollywood and Living Sea, September 3, 1971, 5 pages
folder 762

Covers

Record ID: 71455372

Scope and Content Note

3-ring binder cover with technical information written inside; two 3-ring binder covers with "Al Simpson His Book" written on cover, as well as film titles with production numbers
folder 763

Culberson, Slaughter, Glass, & DuBose Circa 1966--1966

Record ID: 71473969

Scope and Content Note

letter from Jim Glass to Don Weed regarding technical problems with untitled film project, June 2, 1966, 2 pages; storyboards, circa 1966; script for untitled project, circa 1966, 16 pages
folder 764

D miscellaneous 1948--1972

Record ID: 71473995

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Department of the Navy providing list of employees at Film Effects of Hollywood, April 9, 1958; letter from Lloyd W. Dunn to Linwood G. Dunn justifying quality of advertisement produced by Kay B. Ohlson, December 1, 1961; letter from [Lloyd W. Dunn] to Weed turning down records by Armando Federico, September 7, 1965; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Robert Haggiag of DEAR Film expressing interest in expanding his company overseas, February 24, 1967; letter from Haggiag asking Dunn to work on CANDY (1968), October 19, 1967; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Sherman Fairchild of Dynar Corporation expressing interest in front projection using 70mm, September 19, 1969; letter from Jim Danforth thanking Linwood G. Dunn for nominating him to Academy special effects committee, September 29, 1971
folder 765

D miscellaneous 1973--1994

Record ID: 71480876

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Paul Di Franco expressing interest in producing film utilizing multi-panel technique and featuring his song "Life Is a Rock," March 21, 1975; letter from Tony Dalton to Linwood G. Dunn asking for help on his paper on the history of special effects, January 7, 1977
folder 766

Data 1966--1966

Record ID: 71479629

Scope and Content Note

data primarily concerning YCM separations, 1966
folder 767

Deep Breath Incorporated--correspondence 1973--1974

Record ID: 71475374

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Jerry Stein discussing work on film for Deep Breath Inc., October 24, 1973
folder 768

Deluxe General 1967--1979

Record ID: 71473997

Scope and Content Note

folder 769

DeMartin-Marona & Associates 1972--1972

Record ID: 71473999

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood G. Dunn to Don Weed and Cecil Love discussing work with Greg Dinallo to create circus commercial, February 29, 1972; description of shots in "Sears Roebuck Circus," June 30, 1972
folder 770

Densitometer--drawings

Record ID: 71482810

Scope and Content Note

drawings for "full frame model," undated
folder 771

Densitometer--miscellaneous 1965--1965

Record ID: 71482781

Scope and Content Note

folder 772

Densitometer--Westrex 1949--1956

Record ID: 71482812

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet, "A Modification of the ERPI Densitometer For Color," by J. E. Pinney and E. K. Letzer for Eastman Kodak Company, March 15, 1949; memo, October 23, 1956
folder 773

Desilu 1957--1967

Record ID: 71473998

Scope and Content Note

four drafts of letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Argyle Nelson expressing his interest in retaining RKO special effects facilities following transfer of studio to Desilu, December 12, 1957, with two pages of notes, [1957]; letter from Don Weed to Bill Heath of Desilu stating that they can no longer perform optical work for STAR TREK [TV], but will continue fulfilling particular requests for the show, April 10, 1967
folder 774

Diagrams 1968--1968

Record ID: 71482953

Scope and Content Note

folder 775

Dimension 150 1963--1963

Record ID: 71474091

Scope and Content Note

purchase orders, 1963
folder 776

Dimension 160 1966--1967

Record ID: 71474092

Scope and Content Note

folder 777

Diners Club 1967--1968

Record ID: 71474093

Scope and Content Note

folder 778

Direct Video Concerts 1974--1974

Record ID: 71474272

Scope and Content Note

press kits promoting new process by Direct Video Corporation called "The Live Connection" in which concerts are transmitted through movie theatres, 1974
folder 0

Dunn, Gayle 1955--1956

Record ID: 71527999

Scope and Content Note

college notebook including quizzes and notes on film processes
folder 779

Dunn, Linwood G.--biographical 1959--1989

Record ID: 71462451

Scope and Content Note

folder 780

Dunn, Linwood G.--documentary Circa 1980--1980

Record ID: 71480833

Scope and Content Note

proposal for documentary on the life of Linwood G. Dunn, circa 1980
folder 781

Dunn, Linwood G.--financial 1947--1956

Record ID: 71455383

Scope and Content Note

folder 782

Dunn, Linwood G.--New York trip 1958--1958

Record ID: 71455373

Scope and Content Note

notebook; brochures; strips of 35mm positive film [some from NOT AS A STRANGER]
folder 783

Dunn, Linwood G.--personal 1918--1998

Record ID: 71462452

Scope and Content Note

handwritten list of films viewed by Linwood Dunn at age 14, which includes name of film, name of theatre, and rating, 1918-1919 [accompanied by typed list, 1970]; professional engineer certificate, June 3, 1949; handwritten report by Dunn regarding burglary of his home, December 4, 1980
folder 784

Dunn, Linwood G.--real estate 1964--1984

Record ID: 71479184

Scope and Content Note

folder 785

Dunn, Lloyd--correspondence 1949--1951

Record ID: 71480267

Scope and Content Note

correspondence from Gilbert Scott to Lloyd Dunn, representing Abbott Kimball Company, regarding advertising for Film Effects of Hollywood, 1949-1951
folder 786

Dunn, Lloyd--itinerary

Record ID: 71481832

Scope and Content Note

folder 787

Dunn, Love & Company Circa 1954--1956

Record ID: 71481469

Scope and Content Note

rough draft of agreement outlining purpose and functions of company, circa 1954, 20 pages
folder 788

Dunn-Williams Productions 1948--1950

Record ID: 71462453

Scope and Content Note

draft of an agreement between Capitol Records and Film Effects of Hollywood to make television films, October 5, 1948; letter from Linwood Dunn to Elmo [Williams] outlining terms of their partnership, October 25, 1948; signed partnership agreement between Dunn and Williams, January 15, 1949, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Glenn Wallichs, Capitol Records, regarding a joint venture in television, April 10, 1949, 3 pages
folder 789

DuPont 1949--1965

Record ID: 71474095

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement, February 26, 1965
folder 790

Dynavision 1972--1982

Record ID: 71474094

Scope and Content Note

proposal for multi-format motion picture projector by Mekel Engineering, April 4, 1975; manuscript, "The Third Dimension in Dynavision," circa 1974, 5 pages [annotated]; article, "The Third Dimension In Dynavision," by Linwood G. Dunn and Don Weed, "American Cinematographer," April 1974; memorandum of agreement between Film Effects of Hollywood and Gakken regarding rights for producing films with Dynavision, 1982
folder 791

E miscellaneous 1949--1979

Record ID: 71462454

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn asking Bill Eglinton to consider ANDROCLES AND THE LION for an Academy Award for Special Effects, December 27, 1951; letters from Farciot Edouart and Hal Mohr to Dunn protesting the decision by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to give only one award for photography and asking for Dunn's support, April 10, 1958 and May 5, 1958; list of equipment received from Pete Peterson, January 18, 1961; letter from Paul Ellsworth to William Hale discussing plans to produce films, along with Film Effects of Hollywood, for United States Air Force, January 26, 1962, 6 pages; letter from Dunn to R. Eldridge referring him to stuntman Carey Loftin, July 31, 1967
folder 792

Eastern Canada Land Division 1973--1974

Record ID: 71474096

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to James Ramsey of Eastern Canada Land Division discussing business relationship with Iran and interest in establishing "Film Effects of Iran," February 28, 1975, 5 pages
folder 793

Eastman, George L. 1962--1970

Record ID: 71474252

Scope and Content Note

signed agreement between Linwood G. Dunn and George L. Eastman regarding Geo. L. Eastman Industrial Center, July 8, 1963; photocopy of agreement between George L. Eastman Company and Film Effects of Hollywood, June 1966, 8 pages; testimony from Don Weed regarding car accident involving Eastman, March 9, 1967; manuscript, "The Rising Sun," by Eastman discussing his receiving the Order of the Rising Sun from the Emperor of Japan, circa 1966, 10 pages
folder 794

Eastman Kodak Company--brochures 1944--1944

Record ID: 71474253

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet, "Hazard in the handling and storage of nitrate and safety motion picture film," circa 1951
folder 795

Eastman Kodak Company--color photography 1950--1950

Record ID: 71479293

Scope and Content Note

folder 796

Eastman Kodak Company--correspondence 1940--1985

Record ID: 71482006

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to John Zeman discussing presentation at conference concerning color film preservation, July 28, 1978; memo from Walter I. Kisner regarding retirement party for G. A. Chambers with attached guest list including the name of Linwood Dunn, undated, 4 pages
folder 797

Eastman Kodak--Eastman Electronic Densitometer 1957--1957

Record ID: 71476333

Scope and Content Note

folder 798

Eastman Kodak Company--financial 1966--1980

Record ID: 71482007

Scope and Content Note

folder 799

Eastman Kodak Company--miscellaneous 1947--1947

Record ID: 71474251

Scope and Content Note

correspondence and notes regarding lab work for WASHINGTON THE MAN, a short film shown at Washington Monument Orientation Center featuring Lorne Greene as George Washington, 1977
folder 800

Eastman Kodak Company--pamphlet 1986--1986

Record ID: 71481831

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet, "Creators of the Dream Machine: A History of the 60-Year Love Affair with the Hollywood Motion Picture Industry as Revealed by one of the Partners," 1986
folder 801

Eastman Kodak Company--television 1948--1948

Record ID: 71478039

Scope and Content Note

guide, "Motion Picture Film and Equipment For Use in Television," June 1948, 23 pages
folder 802

Eckelman, Steven 1991--1991

Record ID: 71481137

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding possibility of Linwood Dunn hiring Steven Eckelman for his new business, 1991; résumé of Steven Eckelman, 1991
folder 803

Edlund, Richard 1993--1993

Record ID: 71480786

Scope and Content Note

biographical information on Richard Edlund, April 7, 1993; program for ceremony honoring Edlund, April 20, 1993 [2 copies]; two drafts of speech delivered by Linwood Dunn at ceremony honoring Edlund, April 20, 1993 [heavily annotated]
folder 804

Edmund Diffraction 1962--1962

Record ID: 71483049

Scope and Content Note

folder 805

Electronic Composite Printer--clippings 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475858

Scope and Content Note

folder 806

Electronic Composite Printer--correspondence Circa 1971--1973

Record ID: 71475719

Scope and Content Note

folder 807

Electronic Composite Printer--drawings 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475817

Scope and Content Note

folder 808

Electronic Composite Printer--financial Circa 1967--1972

Record ID: 71475814

Scope and Content Note

folder 809

Electronic Composite Printer--financial 1972--1972

Record ID: 71475891

Scope and Content Note

report, "Cost/Earnings Projections," April 1972, 6 pages
folder 810

Electronic Composite Printer--Hughes Aircraft Company 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475816

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding advantages of electronic travelling matte process, 1971; presentation on electronic travelling matte process for Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers, [1971]
folder 811

Electronic Composite Printer--legal 1971--1972

Record ID: 71475818

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding Film Effects of Hollywood and Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) establishing new company to produce and sell "electronic composite printing system," 1971; letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Glenn Wallichs of Capitol Records mentioning the new name of the company as being "Electronic Film Effects," June 11, 1971; notes with possible names for new company including design for logo, [1971]
folder 812

Electronic Composite Printer--miscellaneous 1968--1971

Record ID: 71475720

Scope and Content Note

estimated schedule for construction and selling of printer, September 10, 1971
folder 813

Electronic Composite Printer--multi-purpose optical printer 1970--1970

Record ID: 71475848

Scope and Content Note

folder 814

Electronic Composite Printer--patents 1973--1973

Record ID: 71475850

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of patent for image modification of motion pictures, November 13, 1973; letter from Dunn to United States Post Office requesting copies of patent for electronic composite printer, April 12, 1973; photocopy of patent for electronic composite photography, 1973
folder 815

Electronic Composite Printer--prospectus 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475868

Scope and Content Note

folder 816

Electronic Composite Printer--prospectus (miscellaneous) Circa 1971--1971

Record ID: 71476004

Scope and Content Note

heavily annotated pages, circa 1971
folder 817

Electronic Composite Printer--report 1968--1972

Record ID: 71475721

Scope and Content Note

report, "AMPTP Research Center Report: An Electronic Traveling Matte Process," by Petro Vlahos, November 22, 1968; report, "AMPTP Research Center Report: Electronic Composite Printing System," by Wilton R. Holm, undated, approximately 19 pages [2 versions], with attached letter from Holm to AMPTP, June 23, 1972
folder 818

Electronic Media 1969--1971

Record ID: 71474097

Scope and Content Note

folder 819

Emery Air Freight 1967--1967

Record ID: 71482695

Scope and Content Note

folder 820

Emil Ascher

Record ID: 71474100

Scope and Content Note

three catalogs for "background and mood music," undated
folder 821

Emil Ascher

Record ID: 71474101

Scope and Content Note

catalog for "background and mood music," undated
folder 822

Evans, Leon 1957--1959

Record ID: 71477085

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Leon Evans discussing laboratory work on THE DEVIL'S HAIRPIN, January 17, 1958, 2 pages; handwritten notes by Dunn with mention of Joseph Vogel viewing tests to determine if BEN-HUR [1959] should be released in Cinemascope or the "Evans process," March 2, 1959; letter from Dunn to Evans, March 5, 1959, with attached manuscript, "Method Used by Film Effects of Hollywood for Printing Vistavision to the Evans Wide Screen System"; handwritten letter from Evans to Dunn discussing completion of contract for British Lion Film Corporation for film [PEEPING TOM?] for Michael Powell shot in Technirama, September 4, 1959
folder 823

Expo '67 1967--1967

Record ID: 71474102

Scope and Content Note

brochures; guidebook; seven-day passport to expo
folder 824

Exposure calculators

Record ID: 71482845

Scope and Content Note

handmade exposure calculators determining exposure levels for yellow, cyan, and magenta film elements, undated
folder 825

F miscellaneous 1947--1971

Record ID: 71455374

Scope and Content Note

handwritten letter from [Linwood G. Dunn?] to student explaining how underwater scenes are filmed, June 11, 1951, attached to original letter, March 29, 1951; carbon of letter from Dunn to Samuel Fuller thanking him for ads crediting him with Special Effects for RUN OF THE ARROW, January 28, 1957; letter from Weed to Ray Fragasso regarding Film Effects of Hollywood being erroneously credited as "Film Effects--New York" for award, November 19, 1969
folder 826

F miscellaneous 1972--1987

Record ID: 71474107

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Ralph Sargent of Film Technology regarding film preservation, October 19, 1973
folder 827

Family 1940--1999

Record ID: 71462455

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of newspaper "The Hollywood Citizeness," created by daughters of Linwood G. Dunn, May 6, 1946; letter from Deputy Chief W.J. Bradley to Dunn describing efforts by police to find Dunn's missing wife Eleanor Dunn, June 2, 1949; New Year's card with images of Dunn, his daughters, and grandchildren, circa 1964-1966; photocopy of Dunn's birth certificate from 1904, July 27, 1970; letter from Judi Dunn to Linwood Dunn regarding her divorce, April 2, 1974, 6 pages [originally sealed]; letter from Dunn to niece lamenting death of his brother [Lloyd Dunn], January 2, 1991; holiday photograph from Dunn to his daughter Pamela which features his wife Alice Dunn standing on top of Enterprise from STAR TREK [TV], January 1994; correspondence and worksheets regarding 90th birthday for Dunn, 1994-1995; photocopy of handwritten list of chores done by his daughters and himself, undated
folder 828

Fan mail 1964--1980

Record ID: 71481833

Scope and Content Note

fan mail from teenager Chris Brooks to Don Weed asking for job at Film Effects of Hollywood, July 20, 1964, 2 pages; fan mail from two teenage boys John Beardsley and Terry Springer to Linwood G. Dunn thanking him for his response to their previous letter and discussing their progress in special effects work, July 31, 1964, 2 pages, with attached drawing of creature along with four black-and-white photographs of creatures they created, April 1964; fan mail to Film Effects of Hollywood regarding special effects in STAR TREK [TV], June 23, 1967, with attached photograph of model of Starship Enterprise; fan mail from Bob Friedstand of National Amateur Film Academy to Dunn asking him about his RKO career, January 9, 1968
folder 829

Federal Security Agency 1950--1951

Record ID: 71479209

Scope and Content Note

bid submitted by Film Effects of Hollywood to perform lab work for agency, June 23, 1950; bid submitted by Film Effects of Hollywood to perform lab work for agency, July 10, 1950; letter from Gilbert R. Scott to Federal Security Agency regarding bid, July 22, 1950
folder 830

Film Effects International 1979--1984

Record ID: 71479950

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Bell & Howell suggesting agreement between two companies, June 14, 1979, 2 pages; letter from Weed to Linwood Garrison suggesting establishment of branch in Ireland, May 23, 1980; investment proposal, circa 1982-1983
folder 831

Film Effects of Hollywood--accounts Circa 1968--1974

Record ID: 71476090

Scope and Content Note

list of account codes for departments within company, circa 1968-1974
folder 832

Film Effects of Hollywood--advertising 1958--1967

Record ID: 71481800

Scope and Content Note

mock-up for advertisement in American Society of Cinematographers manual, undated; handwritten rough draft for brochure, undated, 4 pages
folder 833

Film Effects of Hollywood--agreements 1949--1986

Record ID: 71479951

Scope and Content Note

agreement that Bill Reinhold, Don Ehlers, and Velma Ehlers will have access to facilities for their own work, circa June 1949, 2 pages; proposed agreement with Stereovision, January 24, 1975; agreement to sell assets to Film Effects International, March 1983 [2 copies]; joint acknowledgment and release agreement signed by Linwood G. Dunn, Don Weed, and Cecil Love, July 21, 1986
folder 834

Film Effects of Hollywood--competition 1969--1969

Record ID: 71481626

Scope and Content Note

folder 835

Film Effects of Hollywood--construction

Record ID: 71481173

Scope and Content Note

drawing of screening room for company, undated
folder 836

Film Effects of Hollywood--correspondence 1947--1970

Record ID: 71477275

Scope and Content Note

interoffice communication from [Bert Ferriot] to Linwood G. Dunn discussing his chance to see "London Stereo" at Battersea Park Fair and being shown around by George Hill who often spoke of Acme-Dunn Optical Printer, February 18, 1953; letter from Harry Krystoff to Dunn accepting position as office manager and accountant, February 28, 1955, 2 pages; memo regarding office operations regarding "Gayle" and Dick Adrian, the need for Linwood G. Dunn to have more privacy, and the distribution of administrative workload, October 15, 1957; correspondence from Dunn discussing and listing projects to be completed, 1964; letter from Don Weed to Dunn updating him on status of projects such as work for THE MOLLY MAGUIRES, DARLING LILI, and THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY, August 27, 1968, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to his son-in-law Don Hendricks expressing disappointment that Hendricks is resigning from job, October 30, 1968; letter from Lloyd W. Dunn to Linwood Dunn providing guidelines on how to sell company, April 16, 1969, 2 pages; letter from Weed to Dunn regarding establishment of branch overseas, June 17, 1969; notice to employees discussing slow business period for company, January 13, 1970
folder 837

Film Effects of Hollywood--correspondence 1971--1985

Record ID: 71481847

Scope and Content Note

memo from Don Weed to Linwood G. Dunn discussing Mehrdad Azarmi's visit to Iran and how Film Effects of Hollywood can assist in Iranian Motion Picture Complex, February 18, 1975, with attached handwritten version of memo; memo from Weed to Dunn and Cecil Love discussing his ideas for Elmo Williams' "widescreen project," May 15, 1975, 2 pages, with attached handwritten version of memo; confidential letter from Dunn to Weed discussing their future, August 29, 1982, 7 pages; letter from Dunn to Steve Miner discussing possible acquisition of company, January 18, 1983, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Weed apologizing for his behavior and discussing his desire to step down and give Weed more control, undated, 3 pages; handwritten rough drafts of letters from Weed, undated; letter from Dunn to "Mr. Bitker" discussing value of company, undated, 2 pages
folder 838

Film Effects of Hollywood--credits Circa 1969--1980

Record ID: 71476088

Scope and Content Note

folder 839

Film Effects of Hollywood--customers

Record ID: 71481794

Scope and Content Note

folder 840

Film Effects of Hollywood--disposals 1967--1982

Record ID: 71476208

Scope and Content Note

lists and correspondence considering films to be disposed of, 1967-1982; continuity script for 30-second spots for Indiana State Fair featuring Sonny and Cher, David Cassidy, Lynn Anderson, Johnny Cash, and Michael Douglas, June 22, 1972
folder 841

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment 1957--1957

Record ID: 71481927

Scope and Content Note

condition of equipment leased by RKO, March 15, 1957
folder 842

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment 1958--1959

Record ID: 71478547

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment purchased from Selznick International Pictures, July 8, 1958
folder 843

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment 1967--1968

Record ID: 71476052

Scope and Content Note

"Specifications for Project E1 65mm Optical Printer," August 16, 1967, 3 pages; list of 35mm black-and-white processing equipment owned by company, undated
folder 844

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment 1972--1972

Record ID: 71480258

Scope and Content Note

folder 845

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment 1988--1988

Record ID: 71481006

Scope and Content Note

list of buyers of equipment, March 2, 1988; terms of sale for list of equipment, March 23, 1988
folder 846

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment

Record ID: 71481175

Scope and Content Note

drawings of printer controller and computer, undated; drawing of optical printer, undated
folder 847

Film Effects of Hollywood--equipment

Record ID: 71481583

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment needed for 35mm and 16mm film in both color and black-and-white, undated, 2 pages
folder 848

Film Effects of Hollywood--film library 1978--1978

Record ID: 71476091

Scope and Content Note

list of films held by company, June 23, 1978 [heavily annotated]
folder 849

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial (checks) 1967--1982

Record ID: 71481584

Scope and Content Note

folder 850

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial (graphs) 1971--1971

Record ID: 71481482

Scope and Content Note

folder 851

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial (mileage) 1967--1971

Record ID: 71476358

Scope and Content Note

folder 852

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial (miscellaneous) 1953--1983

Record ID: 71481570

Scope and Content Note

folder 853

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial (price quotations) 1948--1963

Record ID: 71479208

Scope and Content Note

price quotation for Ginger Rogers, March 29, 1947
folder 854

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements 1947--1954

Record ID: 71455376

Scope and Content Note

folder 855

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements 1955--1956

Record ID: 71481479

Scope and Content Note

folder 856

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements 1957--1960

Record ID: 71455377

Scope and Content Note

folder 857

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements 1961--1968

Record ID: 71455378

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Harry Krystoff justifying his salary raise, July 15, 1966
folder 858

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements Circa 1969--1971

Record ID: 71481487

Scope and Content Note

folder 859

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements Circa 1972--1975

Record ID: 71476934

Scope and Content Note

folder 860

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements 1976--1981

Record ID: 71455379

Scope and Content Note

folder 861

Film Effects of Hollywood--financial statements (triple-head printer) 1956--1956

Record ID: 71481483

Scope and Content Note

folder 862

Film Effects of Hollywood--formation 1946--1951

Record ID: 71481614

Scope and Content Note

rough draft of announcement of formation of company, circa 1946 [annotated]; certificate of business, December 1951
folder 863

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory Circa 1940--1949

Record ID: 71477487

Scope and Content Note

folder 864

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1957--1957

Record ID: 71478478

Scope and Content Note

folder 865

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1962--1965

Record ID: 71474237

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment
folder 866

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1966--1966

Record ID: 71474234

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment
folder 867

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1967--1967

Record ID: 71474235

Scope and Content Note

list of office furniture and equipment
folder 868

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1968--1968

Record ID: 71476201

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment
folder 869

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1969--1969

Record ID: 71476202

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment
folder 870

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1970--1970

Record ID: 71476203

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment received from Canada, November 9, 1970, 2 pages
folder 871

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1971--1971

Record ID: 71474236

Scope and Content Note

list of office furniture and equipment
folder 872

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1972--1972

Record ID: 71476051

Scope and Content Note

folder 873

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1973--1973

Record ID: 71479698

Scope and Content Note

folder 874

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1974--1974

Record ID: 71478479

Scope and Content Note

folder 875

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1981--1981

Record ID: 71476211

Scope and Content Note

folder 876

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory 1985--1985

Record ID: 71481960

Scope and Content Note

folder 877

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory

Record ID: 71474238

Scope and Content Note

lists of equipment, undated
folder 878

Film Effects of Hollywood--inventory (lenses)

Record ID: 71474241

Scope and Content Note

folder 879

Film Effects of Hollywood--ledgers 1947--1948

Record ID: 71455380

Scope and Content Note

ledger with chronological listing of jobs
folder 880

Film Effects of Hollywood--ledgers 1948--1950

Record ID: 71455381

Scope and Content Note

ledger with chronological listing of jobs
folder 881

Film Effects of Hollywood--ledgers 1950--1950

Record ID: 71455382

Scope and Content Note

ledger with chronological listing of jobs
folder 882

Film Effects of Hollywood--liquidation 1980--1980

Record ID: 71481254

Scope and Content Note

folder 883

Film Effects of Hollywood--logo drawings Circa 1967--1967

Record ID: 71474114

Scope and Content Note

handwritten notes during brainstorming session for "motto" for company, circa 1967; pencil drawings for new logo, circa 1967
folder 884

Film Effects of Hollywood--Love, Cecil 1965--1978

Record ID: 71480783

Scope and Content Note

notes and correspondence regarding disagreement between Cecil Love and Linwood G. Dunn, 1965
folder 885

Film Effects of Hollywood--memoranda 1963--1980

Record ID: 71482624

Scope and Content Note

folder 886

Film Effects of Hollywood--memoranda

Record ID: 71482625

Scope and Content Note

folder 887

Film Effects of Hollywood--miscellaneous Circa 1947--1981

Record ID: 71455375

Scope and Content Note

report submitted by [Charles Leeds] to Linwood G. Dunn discussing billing, completed projects, and upcoming projects, December 14, 1953, 4 pages; photocopy of background check on company, 1965, 2 pages; Christmas invitation with image of Dunn, circa 1971-1974; floor plan for offices, July 26, 1978; manuscript by [Dunn?] discussing plans to establish commercial department within company, undated, 3 pages; hand drawn blue screen flow chart, undated; "Matte Painting Procedure," undated, 3 pages; hand-drawn flow chart for work orders, undated
folder 888

Film Effects of Hollywood--Mixed Media 1982--1983

Record ID: 71481200

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding purchasing assets of Film Effects of Hollywood, 1982-1983
folder 889

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (agreements) 1985--1985

Record ID: 71481023

Scope and Content Note

folder 890

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (assets) 1985--1985

Record ID: 71481025

Scope and Content Note

list of equipment assets held by Film Effects of Hollywood, February 22, 1985 [heavily annotated]; agreement of sale of assets to Robert Burch, April 5, 1985
folder 891

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (clippings) Circa 1984--1985

Record ID: 71481029

Scope and Content Note

folder 892

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (correspondence) 1984--1985

Record ID: 71481026

Scope and Content Note

folder 893

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (miscellaneous) Circa 1984--1985

Record ID: 71481027

Scope and Content Note

folder 894

Film Effects of Hollywood--Modern Telecommunications (notes) Circa 1984--1985

Record ID: 71481028

Scope and Content Note

handwritten notes explaining agreements, 1985
folder 895

Film Effects of Hollywood--notebook 1962--1962

Record ID: 71482771

Scope and Content Note

handwritten notes regarding 65mm matte setup, 1962
folder 896

Film Effects of Hollywood--notes

Record ID: 71481846

Scope and Content Note

notes and rough drafts of letters kept by Don Weed, undated
folder 897

Film Effects of Hollywood--price lists 1949--1960

Record ID: 71476390

Scope and Content Note

folder 898

Film Effects of Hollywood--profile Circa 1954--1977

Record ID: 71474115

Scope and Content Note

information on company for census, 1954; "resumé" of company, circa 1958, 2 pages; memo, "Film Effects: Its Past, Present and Future," by Don Weed, August 29, 1967, 7 pages; history of Film Effects of Hollywood, April 14, 1969, 2 pages
folder 899

Film Effects of Hollywood--projects Circa 1969--1969

Record ID: 71477639

Scope and Content Note

index file regarding proposed Cinerama film projects, current feature film projects, and completed feature film project, circa 1969
folder 900

Film Effects of Hollywood--promissory notes 1959--1972

Record ID: 71481848

Scope and Content Note

folder 901

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus 1971--1971

Record ID: 71479911

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Film Effects of Hollywood, Inc.: Preliminary backgrounder concerning investment and expansion opportunities," by James A. Cook, 1973
folder 902

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus 1971--1971

Record ID: 71479912

Scope and Content Note

folder 903

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus 1971--1971

Record ID: 71481630

Scope and Content Note

folder 904

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus (miscellaneous) Circa 1971--1971

Record ID: 71481629

Scope and Content Note

folder 905

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus (Nasser) 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475862

Scope and Content Note

copy of prospectus given to Phil Nasser, 1971
folder 906

Film Effects of Hollywood--prospectus (Wrather) 1971--1971

Record ID: 71475867

Scope and Content Note

copy of prospectus given to Jack Wrather, 1971
folder 907

Film Effects of Hollywood--publicity 1958--1970

Record ID: 71475470

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "Suggested Organized Sales Plan For Filmeffects," undated, 3 pages
folder 908

Film Effects of Hollywood--real estate 1947--1985

Record ID: 71477792

Scope and Content Note

escrow statement, June 3, 1985
folder 909

Film Effects of Hollywood--reorganization 1977--1978

Record ID: 71481156

Scope and Content Note

outline, "Revitalization of the Company," from Don Weed to Linwood Dunn and Cecil Love, August 18, 1978, 3 pages; memo from Weed to Dunn and Love discussing need to update image of company and the problem of their aging, November 23, 1978, 2 pages; proposal for merger between Film Effects of Hollywood and Robert Abel & Associates, July 18, 1978
folder 910

Film Effects of Hollywood--returns 1969--1971

Record ID: 71474270

Scope and Content Note

lists of films that need to be returned to customers, 1969-1971
folder 911

Film Effects of Hollywood--returns 1978--1979

Record ID: 71476209

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding return of film material
folder 912

Film Effects of Hollywood--returns 1981--1981

Record ID: 71476210

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding return of film material
folder 913

Film Effects of Hollywood--returns

Record ID: 71479734

Scope and Content Note

folder 914

Film Effects of Hollywood--staff 1951--1979

Record ID: 71477817

Scope and Content Note

job description for executive position, June 26, 1958, 2 pages; list of employees and associates, December 1958; list of staff with corresponding positions at company, July 24, 1970, 2 pages; evaluation questionnaire, undated, 2 pages
folder 915

Film Effects of Hollywood--test 1968--1974

Record ID: 71475869

Scope and Content Note

"Test for Trainee in Optical Printing Department," circa 1974, with attached answers from unidentified applicant "Ted," May 12, 1974, 5 pages
folder 916

Film Effects of Hollywood--transcripts 1979--1979

Record ID: 71479627

Scope and Content Note

note from Linwood G. Dunn to "Dave" asking for transcription, May 1, 1979; transcript of conversation between [Don Weed], [Linwood Dunn], [Wally Gentleman?], and another party discussing the dissolution of Film Effects of Hollywood and the formation of Film Effects International, May 1979, 33 pages
folder 917

Film Effects of Hollywood--Zoetrope Studios 1980--1985

Record ID: 71475373

Scope and Content Note

letter from Don Weed to Ray Fielding discussing his feelings regarding acquisition of Film Effects of Hollywood by Zoetrope Studios, October 7, 1980; lease, with option to purchase, between Film Effects of Hollywood and Zoetrope Images, November 28, 1980; speech delivered by Linwood Dunn announcing the sale of Film Effects of Hollywood to Zoetrope Studios, January 7, 1981; sixteen optical printer set-up charts [annotated], 1981 and undated
folder 918

Film holder

Record ID: 71474117

Scope and Content Note

four drawings including drawing of 65mm film holder for full frame densitometer
folder 919

Film library 1962--1963

Record ID: 71474116

Scope and Content Note

handwritten list of stock footage held at Studio Film Service, August 20, 1962; typed list of stock footage held at [Studio Film Service], February 28, 1963; notes, undated
folder 920

Film preservation 1959--1980

Record ID: 71476067

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "A Proposed Economical System For Archival Preservation Storage of The Color Motion Picture Image," by Linwood G. Dunn, October 20, 1977, 8 pages
folder 921

Film transfers Circa 1948--1951

Record ID: 71479294

Scope and Content Note

manuscript, "35mm Ansco Color Theatre Prints From 16mm Kodachrome," by Adrian Mosser and Linwood G. Dunn, circa 1948, 6 pages
folder 922

Filmair--financial 1956--1956

Record ID: 71476460

Scope and Content Note

folder 923

Filmcon Circa 1970--1970

Record ID: 71476465

Scope and Content Note

program, "The Filmcon 2 Film Guide," with program notes by Bill Warren for primarily science fiction films, circa 1970
folder 924

Filmex--Gentleman, Wally 1974--1974

Record ID: 71475451

Scope and Content Note

folder 925

Filmex--miscellaneous 1963--1980

Record ID: 71474123

Scope and Content Note

folder 926

Filmusic 1946--1947

Record ID: 71481078

Scope and Content Note

certificates for stocks owned by J. R. Whittredge, Harold Palmer, Elmo Williams, Linwood G. Dunn, and others, 1946-1947 and undated; voided check, February 7, 1947
folder 927

Fisher-Price--correspondence 1966--1966

Record ID: 71474129

Scope and Content Note

letter from Fisher-Price to Linwood G. Dunn describing specifics of constructing [View-Master], September 16, 1966, 2 pages, with attached drawing
folder 928

Fisher-Price--correspondence 1967--1967

Record ID: 71474134

Scope and Content Note

drawing of reel of film inserted in camera, January 6, 1967; letter from Linwood G. Dunn thanking Fisher-Price for sending him "story cameras" [View-Masters] from first line of production, March 30, 1967; letter from Dunn asking Fisher-Price to send more cameras to his company to distribute to friends, family, and business associates, July 19, 1967, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Fisher-Price noting how he often stops at toy displays to test the cameras, September 28, 1967, 2 pages
folder 929

Fisher-Price--correspondence 1968--1968

Record ID: 71474151

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Technicolor discussing improved way to view prints by creating "continuous viewer" with a repeating strobe light, March 18, 1968, 2 pages; letter from Dunn to Fisher-Price discussing new model camera and need to refine the "diffusion glass," May 10, 1968
folder 930

Fisher-Price--correspondence 1969--1969

Record ID: 71474157

Scope and Content Note

folder 931

Fisher-Price--correspondence 1970--1982

Record ID: 71474156

Scope and Content Note

folder 932

Fisher-Price--drawings 1966--1968

Record ID: 71474174

Scope and Content Note

folder 933

Fisher-Price--labels Circa 1968--1970

Record ID: 71474170

Scope and Content Note

folder 934

Fisher-Price--Mexico 1975--1975

Record ID: 71474169

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; production material
folder 935

Fisher-Price--miscellaneous 1967--1969

Record ID: 71474168

Scope and Content Note

folder 936

Fisher-Price--production 1966--1973

Record ID: 71474163

Scope and Content Note

list of eight subjects for View-Master reels, January 29, 1968; purchase orders; memos; charts
folder 937

Flashtubes 1947--1947

Record ID: 71480738

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet, "Flashtubes: A Potential Illuminant for Motion Picture Photography?" by F. E. Carlson, 1947
folder 938

Fluorescent lighting

Record ID: 71482858

Scope and Content Note

folder 939

Foto-Fi 1975--1975

Record ID: 71481138

Scope and Content Note

correspondence regarding acquisition of Film Effects of Hollywood by Foto-Fi, 1975, undated
folder 940

Foto-Kem Industries 1971--1983

Record ID: 71479964

Scope and Content Note

memo from Don Weed to Linwood G. Dunn discussing meeting with Gerry Brodersen of Foto-Kem regarding merging of two companies, June 13, 1973; letter from Dunn to Foto-Kem Laboratory regarding problems with Zoetrope, March 19, 1982
folder 941

4-D 1962--1978

Record ID: 71476056

Scope and Content Note

signed non-disclosure agreement between Film Effects of Hollywood and John Rush, May 24, 1962; brochure for "4-D Productions," 1978
folder 942

Fowler, Gene, Jr.

Record ID: 71478481

Scope and Content Note

treatment, "Surf's Up!" by Gene Fowler Jr., undated, 11 pages
folder 943

Francis Thompson Company 1965--1970

Record ID: 71474175

Scope and Content Note

memo from Linwood G. Dunn to Don Weed regarding work to be done on behalf of Theodore Kamecke for feature film on Apollo 11 for NASA, July 23, 1970, with accompanying report on Apollo !!
folder 944

Frank Associates 1963--1968

Record ID: 71474124

Scope and Content Note

letter from Linwood G. Dunn to Bob Fisher of Frank Associates discussing Stanley Kramer giving his permission to Dunn to show miniatures and matte paintings from IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD during his televised tour of his special effects studio, July 1, 1963; letter from Bob Fisher to Tony Arnone of KHJ-TV describing special effects sequence at end of IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD which originally included Peter Lawford in cast, July 3, 1963, 2 pages; press release announcing Saul Bass and Film Effects of Hollywood working on film for Eastman Kodak entitled THE SEARCHING EYE, undated
folder 945

Fred A. Niles Productions 1960--1970