Bruce Geller created, produced, or wrote for a variety of television and motion picture projects. The collection consists
scripts and production files related to Geller's career.
Bruce Geller was born in NY, Oct. 13, 1930. He graduated from Yale Univ. (1952) where he studied psychology and sociology
and was involved in many activities including theatre. After graduating from college, he moved to Hollywood where he worked
for a year as a reader at Warner Brothers. After marrying Jeannetter Marx, he moved to New York City where he sold his first
script to the live NY television show, Jimmy Hughes, Rookie Cop. This lead to other writing assignments for shows such as Rocky King, Detective and Flash Gordon. During this same time period he was collaborating on the musical comedy Livin' The Life, based on Mark Twain's stories of
Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
80 boxes (33.4 linear ft.)
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