The Spooky Stevens papers span the years 1946-2009 (late 1960s-early 1970s) and encompass 2.1 linear
feet. The collection contains scripts, production materials, and some correspondence. It is particularly
rich in publicity and press releases. There are also interview transcripts and audio tapes. Films well-
represented include THE GREAT WHITE HOPE (1970), HELLO-GOODBYE (1970), JUSTINE (1969), THE LIGHT AT THE
EDGE OF THE WORLD (1971), MAN IN THE WILDERNESS (1971), PATTON (1970), and A TOWN CALLED HELL (1972).
Unit publicist guides from 1969 to 1971 are of interest. There are photographs for a number of films from
the 1960s and 1970s, including MAN IN THE WILDERNESS and PATTON.
Spooky Stevens is an American unit publicist active in feature films since 1968. Her credits include
PATTON (1970) and UP IN THE AIR (2009).
2.1 linear feet of papers.
0.4 linear foot of photographs.
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