Collection consists of scripts related to the career of Mark Sandrich. Includes various script drafts for Carefree and Top
Mark Sandrich was born August 26, 1900 in New York City; he studied at Columbia University, and in 1923 went to Holywood to
start his career in films; he began directing comedy shorts (1927) and made his debut as a feature film director the following
year; he is best known for his Fred Astaire-Ginger Rodgers musical films; Sandrich died March 4, 1945.
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