The collection consists of production material, including unproduced productions; television files; stage files; story files,
primarily in the form of script material submitted to Cukor; correspondence; subject files; personal files; scrapbooks; oversize
material; photographs; and production artworks.
George Cukor (1899-1983) was born and raised in New York City and began his career in the theater as a stage manager in Chicago
in 1919. He was a resident director of summer stock in Rochester, New York, and a director on Broadway in the 1920s. Cukor
made the move to Hollywood in 1929 to direct talkies at Paramount. He was the dialogue director for ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN
FRONT (1930) and co-director of three Paramount films released in 1930. His first solo director credit was for TARNISHED LADY
31 linear ft. of papers
24.8 linear ft. of photos
21 item(s) of artworks
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