The Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) records span the years 1931-1990
(bulk 1940s-1970s) and encompass approximately 27 linear feet. The collection contains subject files
maintained by the organization, including clippings, correspondence, and memos on such topics as
advertising, censorship, labor relations and strikes, and the influence of American films. Other files
include information on the Hollywood Coordinating Committee, the Hollywood Canteen, the Hollywood Museum,
the Motion Picture Industry Council (MPIC), and the Production Code Administration.
The Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) was an American trade association
involved in labor relations, legislative affairs, and press and public relations for the film industry.
In 1924, AMPTP was preceded by the Association of Motion Picture Producers (AMPP) and in 1982 was
succeeded by the similarly named Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
27 linear feet of papers.
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