Correspondence, screenplays, drafts, clippings, photographs, health records and other personal documents relating to gay screenwriter
William J. Capobianco (1947-1992), who co-wrote
Tenebrae (date unknown) and
Medea (1978). The collection includes other screenplays and short story drafts, as well as correspondence with Joe Callahan and
David Sherlock. Photographs document the retail store LA Leathers in Los Angeles.
William J. Capobianco was born on July 6, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in an Italian Catholic home, Capobianco attended
Our Lady of Loretto Elementary School and St. John's Preparatory School in Brooklyn. He was interested in theater from a young
age and participated in shows during his school-age years. He graduated from St. John's University in 1969 with a Bachelor
2.1 linear feet.
1 archive box + 2 archive cartons
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