The Bruce Geller Collection consists of scripts and pilots written and produced by Geller during his television and film career,
as well as a small amount of development material and correspondence.
Bruce Geller (1930-1978) was a television writer and producer. Originally from New York City, he was a Yale graduate who got
his start writing for TV and musical theater. He later moved to Los Angeles and wrote for a variety of TV series. He is best
remembered for creating the TV show Mission: Impossible which ran on CBS from 1966-1973. Geller was killed in a plane crash
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