Kirk Douglas Papers, 1945-1978


Summary Information
Title: Kirk Douglas Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1945-1978

Creator:
  • Douglas, Kirk, 1916-
Call Number: U.S. Mss 102AN; MCHC80-046; M86-573; M87-126; M91-014

Quantity: 59.8 c.f. (8 archives boxes, 55 record center cartons, 4 flat boxes); plus additions of 2.2 c.f. and 2 films

Repository:
Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Abstract:
Papers of Kirk Douglas, a highly successful actor-producer who has worked in motion pictures, television, theater, and radio. While the collection illustrates some aspects of Douglas's personal life, the primary emphasis is on his career as an actor, and as a producer and founder of Bryna Productions and other production companies. The papers document the collaborative effort of filmmaking; the work of writers, directors, producers, and actors; and the details of technical production, financing, promotion, and distribution of films. Included are correspondence, financial records, technical production files, promotion and publicity files, distribution planning papers and records of gross receipts, scripts and screenplays, and newsclippings. Documentation is most extensive for those motion pictures produced by Bryna Productions in which Douglas starred: Indian Fighter (1955), Spring Reunion (1957), The Vikings (1958), Spartacus (1960), Scalawag (1973), and Posse (1975). Files concerning unproduced motion pictures contain mainly scripts, in some cases with little additional information. There is also a series concerning television appearances by Kirk Douglas, and three television specials or series produced or planned by Bryna Productions, Tales of the Vikings, Indian Fighter, and Spartacus. For the latter three items there are correspondence, financial records, production and promotional files, and scripts for specific episodes. Regarding Douglas's personal appearances there generally is correspondence and a script. Among the more recent productions represented is The Moneychangers, a television movie. Other files in the collection contain scripts and correspondence regarding plays and radio broadcasts by Kirk Douglas. There are scripts of radio adaptations of two of Douglas's films, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers and The Champion, as well as scripts of plays perhaps considered by Douglas for production. Of interest in the theater files are the records of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, produced as a Broadway play starring Kirk Douglas in 1963-1964, and later produced as a motion picture by his son, Michael Douglas.

Language: English

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Biography/History

The life of actor-producer Kirk Douglas reads like a Horatio Alger success story. A first-generation American, Douglas was born Issur Danielovitch Demsky on 9 December 1916, in Amsterdam, New York. His parents, Russian born Jews who immigrated to the United States in 1910, were Harry and Bryna Demsky. The family, which consisted of six daughters and one son, found it financially difficult to survive during the Depression years. Young Issur (or Isadore Demsky, as he was later called) worked his way through school selling newspapers and a variety of other items.

Kirk Douglas first became interested in drama when he attended Wilbur Lynch High School in Amsterdam. Encouraged by his teacher, Louise Livingston, he participated in various kinds of dramatic and oratorical activities. In 1935 he graduated from high school, eager to attend college, for which he first had to earn the tuition money. From 1935 to 1939 he attended St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, where he won recognition as president of the student body, the Mummers dramatic society, and the National Student Federation of America; he was, in addition, an intercollegiate wrestling champion.

Like other aspiring actors, Douglas chose to pursue his profession in New York City. In 1941 he won a scholarship to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and supported himself by living in the Greenwich Village Settlement House, waiting on tables at Schrafft's, teaching dramatics to children, and doing odd jobs. It was during his year at the American Academy that he chose his stage name. Douglas made his Broadway debut in 1941 as a singing telegraph boy in Spring Again. The advent of World War II provided him with a new career in the U.S. Navy. Douglas attended Midshipman School at Notre Dame University and was subsequently commissioned as an ensign. He served with an anti-submarine patrol in the Pacific until he received a medical discharge following injuries in 1944. He was discharged with the rank of lieutenant (j.g.).

Kirk Douglas got his first “break” soon after his return to civilian life, when he was chosen to replace Richard Widmark as the juvenile lead in Kiss and Tell. He also worked as an actor in radio soap-operas, and in four other plays: Trio (1944), Star in the Window,Alice in Arms (1945), and The Wind Is Ninety (1945). The latter play won Douglas both critical acclaim and the attention of Hollywood. Lauren Bacall, one of Douglas's fellow students at the Academy, recommended Douglas to producer Hal Wallis, and his screen test was so successful that he won the lead opposite Barbara Stanwyck in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946). Douglas quickly established himself in motion pictures, earning roles in Out of the Past (1947), Mourning Becomes Electra (1947), The Walls of Jericho (1948), My Dear Secretary (1948), and A Letter to Three Wives (1948). In 1948 Douglas was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance in Champion, a film about an ambitious and ruthless prize fighter. With this picture, Douglas's image as a “tough rogue” was established.

Douglas was nominated for an Oscar again in 1952 for The Bad and the Beautiful and in 1956 for Lust for Life, for which he also won the New York Critics Award. Other outstanding films during these years included The Glass Menagerie (1950), Detective Story (1951), The Big Sky (1952), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), and Man Without a Star (1955).

Having made his mark as one of the most successful actors in Hollywood, Douglas was not content to let his career rest. He turned his attention toward the production of films, and in 1955 he formed an independent film company, Bryna Productions. Douglas has appeared in a number of Bryna's motion pictures: The Indian Fighter (1955), Paths of Glory (1957), The Vikings (1958), Spartacus (1960), The List of Adrian Messenger (1963), Seven Days in May (1964), A Gun Fight (1971), The Light at the Edge of the World (1971), Scalawag (1973), and Posse (1975). Leading roles in numerous other films also kept the filmmaker busy; among them were Ulysses (1955), Top Secret Affair (1957), Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957), The Last Train from Gun Hill (1959), The Last Sunset (1961), Town Without Pity (1961), Lonely Are the Brave (1962), Two Weeks in Another Town (1962), For Love or Money (1963), In Harm's Way (1965), The Heroes of Telemark (1965), Cast a Giant Shadow (1966), The Way West (1967), A Lovely Way to Die (1968), and The Arrangement (1969). The Bryna television series, Tales of the Vikings, was an outgrowth of its film, The Vikings.

Kirk Douglas has traveled widely, because of both his work and his personal interests. On behalf of the State Department and the USIA he toured South America in 1963, the Far East in 1964, Europe and the Middle East in 1965, and Eastern Europe in 1966. For his efforts he was lauded by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and by the United States Congress. In 1967 he served as Public Affairs Director of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

These varied facets of Douglas's life have earned recognition both in his own industry and beyond. In 1958 his alma mater, St. Lawrence University, awarded him a Doctor of Fine Arts degree. In 1968 the Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented him the DeMille Award for his contributions to the international motion picture industry, and the Thomas A. Dooley Foundation has also given him its Splendid American Award.

Kirk Douglas is married to the former Anne Buydens; they have two sons, Peter (who works for Bryna Productions) and Eric. He has two sons, Michael, now an actor-producer, and Joel, also a producer, by his first marriage to Diana Dill.

Arrangement of the Materials

This collection was received in multiple parts from the donor(s) and is organized into 5 major parts. These materials have not been physically interfiled and researchers might need to consult more than one part to locate similar materials.

Administrative/Restriction Information
Acquisition Information

Placed on deposit by Kirk Douglas, Beverly Hills, California, 1969-1981. Accession Number: MCHC69-171, MCHC74-056, MCHC78-086, MCHC80-046, MCHC81-023, M86-573, M87-126, M91-014


Processing Information

Original Collection (Part 1) reprocessed with additions by Menzi Behrnd-Klodt, Christine Rongone, Ann Bloczynski, and Wayne Reynolds, June 1982.


Contents List
U.S. Mss 102AN
Part 1 (U.S. Mss 102AN): Original Collection, 1945-1978
Physical Description: 59.8 c.f. (8 archives boxes, 55 record center cartons, and 4 flat boxes) 
Scope and Content Note

The papers of Kirk Douglas have been arranged in seven series: Correspondence and Personal Papers, Financial and Business Records, Motion Pictures - Produced, Motion Pictures - Unproduced, Television, Theater, and Radio. The collection illustrates some aspects of Douglas's personal life, but is primarily concerned with his career as an actor and producer. Douglas himself has pointed out that his papers demonstrate the collaborative effort of filmmaking; the collection illustrates the parts writers, directors, producers, and actors play in putting a film together. In addition, the collection contains a few records of production and acting work of Michael Douglas, usually in conjunction with Bryna Productions.

CORRESPONDENCE AND PERSONAL PAPERS consist of general business letters from 1948 to 1978, with some personal letters and fan mail included. There are a few files concerning particular individuals with whom Douglas worked, a folder concerning his son Joel, and a folder of Kirk Douglas biographical materials. Further information regarding Douglas and his career may be found in The Films of Kirk Douglas, a draft book manuscript by Tony Thomas, written about 1971. In his book, Thomas presents brief critical synopses of Douglas's films, with cast and staff lists. The remainder of the series includes programs and other papers from dinners, awards celebrations, and dedications attended by Kirk Douglas. (Correspondence relating to a particular production can be found in the other series in the collection, filed under the title of the production.)

The second series in the collection, FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS RECORDS, includes some personal information relating to Kirk and Anne Douglas, but the bulk of the material pertains to Bryna Productions. There are balance sheets, payroll reports, reports of employment contracts, and information regarding literary properties. Much of the material dates from the mid-1950s to mid-1960s. There are also folders regarding Joel Productions and Peter Vincent Music Corporation, separate companies formed by Kirk Douglas.

The major portion of the Kirk Douglas papers has been organized into the two series MOTION PICTURES - PRODUCED and MOTION PICTURES - UNPRODUCED. Materials have been grouped by production title, and each production organized chronologically by release date, or if unproduced, by date of creation of the records. Within each title materials have been grouped alphabetically by type of record. Both films in which Douglas acted (only) and which he also produced, are documented in these series. Within the Motion Pictures - Unproduced files are several folders containing only scripts, which appear to have been sent to Douglas for his consideration for production; often it is difficult to determine how and from whom these materials were acquired by Douglas.

For Douglas's early films--when he functioned independently, under contract to no major studio--there is often only a script present. Beginning with Act of Love (1953) and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), however, the documentation is more comprehensive and usually includes correspondence, employment contracts, and financial records, as well as scripts. Films produced by Bryna Productions are especially well represented, with additional files of financial information, technical production papers, promotion and distribution records, and newsclippings of reviews, also included. For many of Douglas's and Bryna Productions' later films, distribution information and financial reports are fragmentary. There are also smaller files regarding motion pictures Douglas did not star in, but in which Stan Margulies, his publicity chief, or Edward Lewis, his producer, participated: Thunder Road, Ride Out for Revenge, Grand Prix, Hawaii, and The Gypsy Moths.

Indian Fighter (1955) is the first of the Bryna films; others which are well documented are Spring Reunion (1957), The Careless Years (1957), Lizzie (1957), The Vikings (1958), Spartacus (1960), Lonely Are the Brave (1962), Seven Days in May (Joel Productions, 1964), Summertree (1971), Scalawag (1973), and Posse (1975). Other noteworthy films include Paths of Glory, which shows the early genius of director Stanley Kubrick; The Vikings and Posse, which detail the work of Douglas as leading man and producer in two of Bryna Productions' most successful films; and Spartacus, with extensive documentation showing all of these facets, as well as Douglas's breaking of the blacklist when he hired Dalton Trumbo to write the screenplay. The records of Scalawag also illustrate the recent shift of film companies to foreign countries for location filming; in this case there are several files concerning Bryna Productions' cooperation with Italian and Yugoslav personnel and film organizations.

In addition to motion pictures, Bryna was also involved in TELEVISION production. Three of Bryna's motion pictures were planned for production as television specials or series, Tales of the Vikings (from The Vikings), Indian Fighter, and Spartacus, although the latter two never were produced. For these series documentation includes correspondence, financial records, production and promotional files, and scripts for specific episodes. Other files in this series pertain to Douglas's appearances on television interview shows, and specials; made-for-television movies, and more recently, television mini-series. Similar types of records are available for these shows, which span the period 1950 to 1976, although some files are incomplete. Among the more recent productions represented is The Moneychangers (1976).

The series concerning THEATER and RADIO primarily contain scripts from performances by Kirk Douglas. The Radio files date from the late 1940s, and include scripts of adaptations of two of Douglas's films, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers and The Champion. Among the Theater files are also scripts and correspondence regarding plays perhaps considered for production as motion pictures. Of interest in this series are the records of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, in which Kirk Douglas starred on Broadway in 1963-1964, and which was later produced by his son, Michael Douglas. Partial records of both productions are present in the Theater series.

Series: Correspondence and Personal Papers
Box   1
Folder   1-7
1948 May 13-1953 April 14
Box   2
Folder   1-8
1953 May 1-1955 December 31
Box   3
Folder   1-7
1956 January 4-1957 December 31
Box   4
Folder   1-7
1958 January 2-December 31
Box   5
Folder   1-6
1959 January 2-October 20
Box   6
Folder   1-6
1959 October 21-1961 December 7
Box   7
Folder   1-8
1962 January 9-1966 April 26
Box   8
Folder   1-4
1966 May 4-1969 June 25
Box   9
Folder   1-23
1975-1978
Box   9
Folder   24
Christmas thank you notes, 1975- 1976
Box   9
Folder   25
Crank mail, 1975-1976
Box   9
Folder   26
Arch Oboler, 1950-1953
Box   9
Folder   27
Michael Meskokoff/financial, 1957
Box   9
Folder   28-29
Milton Shapiro, 1960-1968
Box   10
Folder   1
Mark Rubin, 1970-1971
Box   10
Folder   2-3
Personal correspondence, 1971, 1977
Box   10
Folder   4
Correspondence and papers regarding Joel Douglas, 1959-1973
Box   10
Folder   5
Kirk Douglas biographical materials and by-lines
Box   10
Folder   6- 7
The Films of Kirk Douglas, a book draft by Tony Thomas, annotated by the author?, with brief biography, circa 1971
Box   10
Folder   8
A Celebration of Moss Hart - program, 1970 April 12
Box   10
Folder   9
Israel Museum's Twelfth Anniversary Celebration, 1975
Box   10
Folder   10
Lyndon Baines Johnson library symposium program - The Arts: Years of Development, Time of Decision, 1975
Box   10
Folder   11
Zubin Mehta dinner, 1977
Box   10
Folder   12
Miscellaneous papers, including Kirk Douglas fan club
Box   10
Folder   13
Miscellaneous papers, regarding Louise Livingston, poems, short stories, contracts, correspondence
Series: Financial and Business Records
Box   10
Folder   14
Automobile (Bentley), 1959
Box   10
Folder   15
Papers regarding horse, 1969-1972
Box   10
Folder   16
Public relations, 1964-1965, 1975- 1976
Box   10
Folder   17
Dissolution of public relations consultants, 1968 April 19-May 16
Box   10
Folder   18
Residence, 1954
Box   10
Folder   19
Monthly balance sheets of Kirk and Anne Douglas, 1949 August-1952 April
Investments
Box   11
Folder   1
Theatre, proposals, 1947 February-1959 February
Box   11
Folder   2
Western Newspaper Union, 1957 July-1959 June
Box   11
Folder   3
Wedding Breakfast (play and theatre company), 1954 May-1956 May
Box   11
Folder   4
Peter Vincent Music Corporation, 1958 September-1963 January
Contracts
Box   11
Folder   5
Warner Brothers, 1949 August-1952 May
Box   11
Folder   6-7
Radio, recordings, and television, 1946- 1955
Box   11
Folder   8
Personal appearances, 1949 December-1959 August
Box   11
Folder   9
Famous Artists Agency, 1954 May-1965 March
Box   11
Folder   10-11
Legal papers - Cantor vs. Douglas, 1960 May
Box   11
Folder   12
Miscellaneous - taxes, 1946, 1962
Box   11
Folder   12
Injury claim, 1960-1961
Box   11
Folder   13
Royalty statement - Decca, 1969 June
Bryna Productions Records
Box   11
Folder   14- 15
Accounts payable vouchers, 1955 January-June
Box   11
Folder   16
Balance sheets, 1953, 1958
Box   11
Folder   17
United Artists Corporation financing, 1957 January-June
Box   11
Folder   18- 19
Legal papers - Bryna vs. Rosenthal and Norton, 1962 May-1967 June
Employment
Box   11
Folder   20
J. W. Asher Jr., 1959 May-1962 May
Box   11
Folder   21
Harris-Kubrick Pictures Corporation, 1957 January-1962 December
Box   11
Folder   22
Stan Margulies, 1959 December-1960 October
Box   11
Folder   23
Rosenthal and Norton, 1953 April
Box   11
Folder   24
Screenplay writers, 1957- 1960
Box   11
Folder   25
Real estate, 1952
Box   11
Folder   26
Screen Directors Guild, 1955 February-1964 May
Box   11
Folder   27
Screen Writers Guild, 1956 July-1965 January
Box   11
Folder   28
Miscellaneous union contracts and correspondence, 1953 October-1963 September
Literary Properties - Correspondence
Box   11
Folder   29
1949 December-1956 March
Box   12
Folder   1
1956 April-1965 September
Box   12
Folder   2-3
Literary submissions - correspondence, 1959-1960, 1971
Box   12
Folder   4
Stan Margulies memos regarding literary properties, 1955 November-1960 September
Box   12
Folder   5-6
Miscellany regarding Stan Margulies, The McCarty Company, Dallas Transit, 1955-1959 January
Box   12
Folder   7
Promotion - press releases and clippings, 1956-1958
Box   12
Folder   8
Joel Productions - Seven Arts, 1963 January-1965 March
Series: Motion Pictures - Produced
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
Note: Hal B. Wallis Production, 1946. Paramount
Box   12
Folder   9
Final script, “Love Lies Bleeding,” by Robert Rossen, 1945 September 21
I Walk Alone
Note: Hal B. Wallis Production, 1947. Paramount
Box   12
Folder   10
Final script, “Deadlock,” by Charles Schnee, 1946 November 27
Note: With numerous changes of December 1946, January and February 1947.
Mourning Becomes Electra
Note: RKO Radio Pictures, 1947
Box   12
Folder   11
Final script by Dudley Nichols, 1947 February 25
Note: With changes of March 12, 1947.
The Walls of Jericho
Note: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp., 1948
Box   12
Folder   12
Revised final script by Lamar Trotti, 1947 October 8
Note: With numerous changes of October, November, December 1947, and January 1948.
A Letter to Three Wives
Note: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp., 1948
Box   12
Folder   13
Final script by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1948 May 19
Champion
Note: Screen Plays Production, 1949. United Artists
Box   12
Folder   14
Contract, 1948
Box   12
Folder   15
Financial correspondence, distribution receipts, 1949-1952
Box   12
Folder   15
Two television scripts, 1952
Young Man With a Horn
Note: Warner Brothers, 1950
Box   12
Folder   16
Second revised final script (Part I) by Carl Foreman, 1949 July 6
Note: With numerous changes of July, August 1949, and January 13, 1950.
The Glass Menagerie
Note: Warner Brothers, 1950
Box   12
Folder   17
Revised final (Part I) by Tennessee Williams, adapted by Peter Berneis, 1949 October 25
Note: With numerous changes of November, December 1949, and January 1950.
Ace in the Hole
Note: Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951
Box   12
Folder   18
Final script, “The Big Carnival,” by Billy Wilder, Lesser Samuels, and Walter Newman, 1950 July 6
Note: With numerous changes of July, August, and September 1950.
The Big Trees
Note: Warner Brothers, 1952
Box   12
Folder   19
Final script (Part I) by John Twist, 1951 June 15
Note: With changes of June, July, and August 1951.
Box   12
Folder   19
Treatment, 1951 May 30
The Big Sky
Note: Winchester Pictures Production, 1952. RKO Radio
Box   13
Folder   1
Final script (as shot) by Dudley Nichols, 1951 October 17
Box   13
Folder   1
Typescript treatment by A. B. Guthrie Jr.
The Bad and the Beautiful
Note: MGM Pictures, 1952
Box   13
Folder   2
Script, “Tribute to a Bad Man” / by Charles Schnee, 1952 March 26
Note: With numerous changes of April, May, June 1952.
The Juggler
Note: Stanley Kramer Company Production, 1953. Columbia
Box   13
Folder   3
Contract, 1952 June
Box   13
Folder   4
Correspondence, 1952-1959
Box   13
Folder   5
Final draft script by Michael Blankfort, 1952 June 3
The Story of Three Loves
Note: MGM Pictures, 1953
Box   13
Folder   6
Combined shooting script containing “The Jealous Lover” / by John Collier, “Mademoiselle” / by Jan Lustig and George Froeschel, and “Equilibrium” / by John Collier; adapted by Jan Lustig and George Foreschel, 1952 February 18, 1951 September 18, 1952 June 2
Note: With added scenes from August 12, 1952.
Act of Love
Note: Anatole Litvak Production, 1953. United Artists
Box   13
Folder   7
Contracts, 1953
Box   13
Folder   8-9
Correspondence, 1952 September-1954 March
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Note: Walt Disney Production, 1954. Buena Vista
Box   13
Folder   10
Correspondence, 1954 February-1963 August
Box   13
Folder   11
Contract, insurance, finance, music, clippings, 1954
Box   13
Folder   12
Final shooting script by Earl Felton, with changes of January-April 1954
The Racers
Note: 20th Century-Fox, 1955
Box   13
Folder   13
Contracts, 1954
Box   13
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1954
Box   13
Folder   15
Revised final shooting script by Charles Kaufman, 1954 July 31
Box   13
Folder   15
Clippings, reviews
Man Without a Star
Note: Universal, 1955
Box   13
Folder   15
Contracts and associated correspondence, 1954, 1956
Box   13
Folder   17-19
Correspondence, 1954 June-1967 February
Financial and Distribution Records
Box   13
Folder   20
Reports, 1957 August-1966 December
Box   13
Folder   21-22
Statements, 1955 June-1966 December
Promotion and Publicity
Box   13
Folder   23
Tour correspondence, 1955
Box   13
Folder   24
Clippings
Box   13
Folder   25
Revised second draft script by Borden Chase, 1954 June 16
Ulysses
Note: Lux Film, 1953 or 1954. Paramount
Box   13
Folder   26
Correspondence, 1953 June-1956 September
Box   14
Folder   1
English dialogue; notes by Anne Buydens
Indian Fighter
Note: Bryna Productions, 1955. United Artists
Box   14
Folder   2
Contracts, 1955-1959
Box   14
Folder   3-9
Correspondence, 1951-1965 July
Box   14
Folder   10
Correspondence regarding literary material, 1955 February-1957 August
Distribution
Box   14
Folder   11
General papers
Box   14
Folder   12-24
Distribution reports, 1955-1969 November
Box   15
Folder   1
Sales and liquidation reports, 1956 January-1957 September
Box   15
Folder   2
Miscellaneous, 1955-1966
Financial Records
Box   15
Folder   3
Checks
Box   64
Journal, ledgers, budget detail balance sheets, invoice, records, checks, cash production costs, voucher
Box   15
Folder   4-6
Payroll checks and sheets
Box   15
Folder   7
Insurance and pension records
Box   15
Folder   8
Production and location costs
Box   15
Folder   9
Tax reports and miscellany
Box   15
Folder   10
Transportation sheets
Production
Box   15
Folder   11
Call sheets
Box   15
Folder   12
Key set captions
Box   15
Folder   13
Casting
Box   15
Folder   14-15
Correspondence and papers regarding David Weshner, producer's representative, 1955 August-1961 September
Box   15
Folder   16
Cutting and dialogue continuities
Box   15
Folder   17
Daily production reports
Box   16
Folder   1
Dubbing
Box   16
Folder   2
Extras and Indians required
Box   16
Folder   3
Film inventory
Box   16
Folder   4
Location - ideas and miscellany
Box   16
Folder   5
Location - Oregon Production, 1955 February-1960 September
Box   16
Folder   6
Shooting schedule
Box   16
Folder   7
Sound and photography, schedule of charges, title page and credits
Box   16
Folder   8
Staff and crew sheet
Box   16
Folder   9
Wardrobe plot
Promotion and Publicity
Box   16
Folder   10-13
Clippings
Box   16
Folder   14
Copy
Box   16
Folder   15
Newspaper serialization
Box   16
Folder   16
Personal Appearance Tour
Box   16
Folder   17
Previews
Box   16
Folder   18
Publicity and advertisements
Box   16
Folder   19
Vital statistics
Scripts
Box   16
Folder   20
Script treatment, synopsis, first draft script, 1954 October
Box   16
Folder   21
Script, no author, circa 1955 May
Box   16
Folder   22
Script (final draft?), undated
Lust for Life
Note: MGM, 1956
Box   16
Folder   23
Contracts
Box   16
Folder   24-25
Correspondence, 1955 April-1963 January
Box   17
Folder   1
Production file, cast sheets
Box   17
Folder   2
Script, 1955 October 13
Note: With changes of November and December 1955.
Spring Reunion
Note: Bryna Productions, 1957. United Artists
Contracts
Box   17
Folder   3
Employment, 1956 January-July
Box   17
Folder   4
Free lance contracts
Box   17
Folder   5-12
Correspondence, 1956 January-1959
Box   17
Folder   13
Literary material - correspondence, 1956 January-1958 February
Distribution
Box   17
Folder   14-16
Box office reports, 1957 March-1959 July
Box   17
Folder   17-24
Statements, 1956-1969 September
Financial records
Box   18
Folder   1-10
Accounts payable vouchers
Box   18
Folder   11
Bank statements
Box   18
Folder   12
Budget
Box   18
Folder   13
Budget and cost reports, 1956 May-1957 April
Box   19
Folder   1
Budget - summaries of detail budget and cost reports, 1956 May-1957 April
Box   19
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1956 June-1957 March
Box   19
Folder   3
Insurance
Box   65
Journal, ledgers of assets and liabilities, vouchers, cash and check records, payroll, production costs
Box   19
Folder   4
Negative cost report
Box   19
Folder   5
Notebooks
Box   19
Folder   6
Petty cash vouchers
Box   19
Folder   7
Promissory notes
Box   19
Folder   8
Miscellany
Production files
Box   19
Folder   9
Casting
Box   19
Folder   10
Continuity breakdown, 1956 May 24
Box   19
Folder   11
Cutting and dialogue continuity, 1956 November
Box   19
Folder   12
Daily production reports, 1956 May-July
Box   19
Folder   13
Music, 1956 May-1957 February
Box   19
Folder   14
Production miscellany
Box   19
Folder   15
Production files - general, 1956- 1957
Box   19
Folder   16
Shooting schedules and call sheets, 1956 May-July
Promotion and Publicity
Box   19
Folder   17
Miscellany
Box   19
Folder   18-19
Press releases, 1956 March-1957
Box   19
Folder   20
Publicity, 1956 June-1957 June
Box   19
Folder   21
Sneak previews, 1956 October-November
Box   19
Folder   22
Clippings
Scripts
Box   19
Folder   23
Feature story manual, circa 1957
Box   19
Folder   24
Notes of Robert Pirosh, 1956 February
Box   19
Folder   25
Original play by Robert Alan Aurthur
Box   19
Folder   26-27
Rough draft fragments
Box   19
Folder   28
First draft by Robert Pirosh and Elick Moll
Box   19
Folder   29
Original draft by Pirosh and Moll, from the teleplay by Robert Alan Aurthur, 1956 March 21
Box   19
Folder   30
Second draft by Pirosh and Moll, from the teleplay by Aurthur, 1956 March 21
Revised Final by Pirosh and Moll
Box   20
Folder   1
1956 April 24
Box   20
Folder   2
1956 April 24
Box   20
Folder   3
1956 April 24
Note: With revisions of May 15 and June 18, 1956.
Box   20
Folder   4
Synopses
Box   20
Folder   5
Treatment
Top Secret Affair
Note: Warner Brothers, 1957
Box   20
Folder   6
Production file, 1956-1966
Box   20
Folder   7
Final script, “Melville Goodwin USA,” 1956 September 20
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
Note: Wallis-Paramount-Hazen Prod., 1957. Paramount
Box   20
Folder   8
Contracts
Box   20
Folder   9
Correspondence; final script by Leon Uris, 1956 February 22
The Careless Years
Note: Michael and Bryna Productions, 1957. United Artists
Contracts
Box   20
Folder   10
Arthur Hiller employment contract, 1956 November-1957 January
Box   20
Folder   11
Dean Stockwell employment contracts and correspondence, 1956 December-1957 November
Box   20
Folder   12-13
Natalie Trundy employment contracts
Box   20
Folder   14
Other contracts
Box   20
Folder   15-17
Correspondence, 1956 July-1963 July
Box   20
Folder   18
Literary property
Distribution
Box   20
Folder   19
Agreements
Box   20
Folder   20-21
Percentage engagement billing reports, 1957-1959
Box   20
Folder   22-24
Statements, 1960-1961, 1965, 1967-1973
Foreign Distribution Revenue Statements
Box   20
Folder   25-27
1960-1964
Box   21
Folder   1
1966
Financial Records
Box   21
Folder   2
Accounts payable vouchers, 1956 December-1957 June
Box   21
Folder   3
Bank reconciliations
Box   21
Folder   4
Budget
Box   21
Folder   5
Statements, 1957-1959
Box   21
Folder   6
Insurance
Production Files
Box   21
Folder   7
Casting
Box   21
Folder   8
Daily production reports, 1956 December-1957 January
Box   21
Folder   9
Music, 1956 February-1957 June
Box   21
Folder   10
Production files, 1953-1959
Box   21
Folder   11
Shooting schedule, notes, call sheets
Promotion and Publicity
Box   21
Folder   12
Photography, captions, dialogue and cutting continuities
Box   21
Folder   13
Previews
Box   21
Folder   14
Publicity, 1957
Box   21
Folder   15
Publicity releases
Box   21
Folder   16
Clippings, 1957-1958
Scripts
Box   21
Folder   17
“Young Lovers” by Eddie Lewis, 1956 November 8
Box   21
Folder   18
Revised, 1956 December 13
Box   21
Folder   19
Revised by Edward Lewis, 1956 December 26
Box   21
Folder   20
Synopsis
Lizzie
Note: Bryna Productions, 1957. MGM
Box   21
Folder   21-22
Contracts
Box   21
Folder   23-25
Correspondence, 1956 March-1959 September
Box   21
Folder   26
Correspondence with Loew's Inc., 1956- 1960
Box   21
Folder   27
Literary material, 1956- 1960
Distribution
Statements and Reports
Box   21
Folder   28-29
1957 March-July
Box   22
Folder   1-5
1957 August-1966
Financial Records
Box   22
Folder   6-11
Accounts payable vouchers
Box   22
Folder   12
Bank deposits, 1956
Box   22
Folder   13
Bank reconciliations
Box   22
Folder   14
Budget, 1956 August 14
Box   22
Folder   15
Summary of detail budget and cost report
Box   22
Folder   16
Check authorizations and pension plan
Box   22
Folder   17
Daily payroll, 1956 August-September
Box   22
Folder   18
Financing, 1956-1957
Box   22
Folder   19
Insurance, 1956-1957
Box   22
Folder   20
Financial report, 1956 September-1957 February
Production Files
Box   22
Folder   21
Casting- biographies and cast lists
Box   22
Folder   22
Music, 1956-1957
Box   22
Folder   23
Production and distribution contract, 1956
Box   22
Folder   24
Production file, 1956-1957
Box   22
Folder   25
Production reports
Box   22
Folder   26
Vital statistics, credit information, call sheets, daily time sheets, 1956 October-1957 January
Promotion
Box   22
Folder   27
Photography - retakes, montages, captions, shooting schedule
Box   23
Folder   1
Press releases; article by Shirley Jackson
Box   23
Folder   2
Preview information
Box   23
Folder   3-4
Publicity, 1956-1957
Box   23
Folder   5
Trailers, advertisements
Box   23
Folder   6
Clippings
Scripts
Box   23
Folder   7
Synopsis
Box   23
Folder   8
Original, “Hidden Faces” / by Mel Dinelli
Box   23
Folder   9
Original revised, “Hidden Faces” / by Dinelli, 1956 June 4
Box   23
Folder   10
Revised, “Hidden Faces” (partial), 1956 July 18
Box   23
Folder   11
Revised, “Hidden Faces” (fragments), 1956 August 3, 6
Box   23
Folder   12
Original second draft by Dinelli, 1956 August 14
Box   23
Folder   13
Revised fragments by Eddie Lewis
Note: Pages from August 14, 1956 script
Box   23
Folder   14
Revised, “Woman in Hell,” 1956 August 23
Box   23
Folder   15
Revised final by Dinelli, 1956 August 27
Note: With revisions of September 5, 1956.
Box   23
Folder   16-17
Scripts by Dinelli, undated
Box   23
Folder   18
Fragments (alternate ending)
Paths of Glory
Note: Bryna Productions, Harris-Kubrick Productions, 1957. United Artists
Box   23
Folder   19-26
Correspondence, 1957 January-1958 December
Box   23
Folder   27
Distribution feports, 1965
Box   23
Folder   28
Financial papers - contracts and casting biographies, box office receipts
Box   23
Folder   29-30
Production files - reports, production schedule, notes
Promotion and Publicity
Box   23
Folder   31
Advertising campaign, budget, billing, ads
Box   23
Folder   32
Pictorial synopsis and captions
Box   23
Folder   33
Press publicity, 1957 March-May
Box   24
Folder   1-4
Press releases, 1957 January-1959 February
Box   24
Folder   5
Trailers, 1957 June-September
Box   24
Folder   6
Clippings
Scripts
Box   24
Folder   7
Second sraft by Stanley Kubrick, Jim Thompson, and Calder Willingham, 1956 November 26
Box   24
Folder   8
Third draft by Kubrick, Thompson and Willingham, 1957 February 25
Box   24
Folder   9
Third Draft, 1957 February 25
Box   24
Folder   10
Script, undated
Box   24
Folder   11
Synopsis
Ride Out For Revenge
Note: Bryna Productions, 1957. United Artists
Box   24
Folder   12-13
Contracts and insurance, 1957
Box   24
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1956 December-1959 May
Box   24
Folder   15
Literary material, 1956 December-1958 April
Distribution
Box   24
Folder   16
Box office reports, 1958 February-1968 April
Box   24
Folder   17-26
Distribution reports and statements, 1957- 1966
Box   25
Folder   1
Distribution reports and statements, 1967- 1969
Financial Records
Box   25
Folder   2
General financial records, 1954 October-1959 August
Accounts Payable Vouchers
Box   25
Folder   3-5
A-W
Box   25
Folder   6
General Film Labs Corporation
Box   25
Folder   7-9
Hal Roach Studio
Box   25
Folder   10
Banking records, insurance, income tax, budget cost and negative cost reports
Box   25
Folder   11
Checks and check stubs
Box   25
Folder   12
Payroll work sheets
Production Files
Box   25
Folder   13
General production files, 1957 March-June
Box   25
Folder   14
Daily production reports
Box   25
Folder   15
Dialogue and cutting continuity, feature stories
Box   25
Folder   16
Promotion and publicity, 1956 February-1957 November
Scripts
Script by Norman Retchin
Box   25
Folder   17
undated
Box   25
Folder   18
1957 February 7, 25
Box   26
Folder   1
1957 February 25
Note: With revisions of March 6, 18, 1957; and including cast and crew lists, shooting schedule.
The Vikings
Note: Bryna Productions, 1958. United Artists
Correspondence
Box   26
Folder   2-22
1955 January-1957 December
Box   27
Folder   1-24
1957 December-1962 December
Box   27
Folder   25
Correspondence with Elmo Williams, 1958-1960 March
Box   28
Folder   1
Literary material, 1953 December-1959 September
Distribution
Audit
Box   28
Folder   2
Jack Foster, 1960 May-1968 May
Box   28
Folder   3
Ben Solomon, 1959 February-1962 September
Box   28
Folder   4
Campaign approaches, reports of play dates, screening schedules
Box   28
Folder   5-6
Correspondence of producers' representatives regarding distribution, 1957 March-1960 October
Box   28
Folder   7
Correspondence of Ben Henry, 1958 February-1961 May
Box   28
Folder   8
Daily grosses, 1958 July-August
Box   28
Folder   9
Examination of United Artists Corporation, 1958 November-1962 July
Box   28
Folder   10
Percentages regarding payments, 1959 February-1965 March
Box   28
Folder   11
Report of domestic sales and billings, 1958 June-1960 August
Box   28
Folder   12-21
Reports and statements, 1957 June-1970 October
Box   29
Folder   1-3
Reports and statements after reissue, 1960 October-1968 October
Financial Records
Box   29
Folder   4
Budget correspondence, 1957 April-1962 November
Box   29
Folder   5
Budgets - production, advertising, and photography; expense statements, premiere costs
Box   29
Folder   6
Budget summary
Employment
Box   29
Folder   7
Contracts, 1955 December-1958 March
Box   29
Folder   8
Correspondence, 1956 January-1962 September
Box   29
Folder   9
Tony Curtis's percentage, 1959- 1969
Box   29
Folder   10-11
Financial correspondence, 1956 August-1972 May
Box   29
Folder   12
Financial documents, 1959
Box   29
Folder   13
Financing - general, 1959 March-1960 June
Box   29
Folder   14
Financing notes, 1956 August-1961 March
Box   29
Folder   15
Insurance correspondence, 1957-1961 January
Box   29
Folder   16
Insurance policies, 1957 February-1958 October
Box   29
Folder   17
Petty cash summaries
Box   29
Folder   18
Work papers, 1958 December-1965 January
Production Files
Box   29
Folder   19
Casting biographies
Correspondence
Box   29
Folder   20
Regarding Viking ships, 1957 November-1961 January
Box   30
Folder   1-3
Regarding Viking ships #1-3, 1958 January-1959 April
Box   30
Folder   4
Costs, 1957 January-1959 January
Box   30
Folder   5
Credits, 1957 July-1958 July
Box   30
Folder   6
Inventory of props, wardrobe, and equipment, 1958 August
Music
Box   30
Folder   7
Music scores
Box   30
Folder   8
Peter Vincent Music Corporation, 1958 March-1962 December
Box   30
Folder   9
Unart music, 1957 August-1968 March
Box   30
Folder   10
Production - general, 1956 December-1962 June
Box   30
Folder   11
Shooting schedule, cutting and dialogue continuity, art work
Promotion and Publicity
Box   30
Folder   12-15
Advertising releases, Germany, France, and Norway, 1957
Box   30
Folder   16
Advertisements
Box   30
Folder   17
Billings and advertisements
Box   30
Folder   18
Feature story manual
Box   30
Folder   19-20
Photography, captions, photo placement reports
Box   30
Folder   21
Plans, schedules, party
Box   30
Folder   22-23
Premiere materials, London premiere
Box   31
Folder   1-5
Press releases, 1956 September-1958 July, undated
Box   31
Folder   6
Research material
Box   31
Folder   7
Television promotion
Box   31
Folder   8-15
Clippings
Scripts
Box   31
Folder   16
Synopsis
Box   31
Folder   17
Script by Dale Wasserman, 1956 January 25
Box   31
Folder   18
Script by Noel Langley, 1956 December 6
Box   31
Folder   19
Revised Final by Langley, 1957 January 17
Box   31
Folder   20
Script by Calder Willingham, 1957 May 27
Box   31
Folder   21
Script by Willingham, 1957 May 27
Note: With revisions of August 9, 1957
Box   31
Folder   22
Script by Willingham and Langley, 1957 May 27
Note: With revisions of August and September 1957
Box   31
Folder   23
Script by Willingham and Langley, 1957 May 27
Note: With revisions of August 1957
Box   31
Folder   24
Script with revisions of August 1957
Note: Kirk Douglas's Copy
Box   32
Folder   1
Script, 1957 May 27
Note: With revisions of September 1957
Box   32
Folder   2-3
Script fragments
Box   32
Folder   4
Script notes, cast and credit sheet, production information
The Fearmakers
Note: United Artists, 1958
Box   32
Folder   5
Correspondence, contracts, synopsis, 1949-1950
Note: Film entitled “Blazing Bright”?
Thunder Road
Note: DRM Productions, 1958. United Artists
Box   32
Folder   6-9
Correspondence, 1957 January-1958 June
Promotion and Publicity
Box   32
Folder   10
Feature story manual
Box   32
Folder   11
Captions for photographs
Box   32
Folder   12
Clippings
Box   32
Folder   13-14
Press releases, 1957 August-1958 December
Box   32
Folder   15
Final shooting script, “The Whippoorwill,” 1957 August 15
Note: With revisions of September 4, 1957, by James Atlee Phillips and Walter Wise; script notes; synopsis
The Devil's Disciple
Note: Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Films, Ltd. and Brynaprod., S.A., 1959. United Artists
Box   32
Folder   16
Correspondence, 1958 January-1960 March
Box   32
Folder   17
Promotion and publicity, 1959 August
Scripts
Box   32
Folder   18
Synopsis
Box   32
Folder   19
Second draft by John Dighton, 1957 January 21
Box   32
Folder   20
Third Draft by Dighton, 1957 March 11
Note: With revisions of April, May, June 1958
Last Train From Gun Hill
Note: Wallis-Hazen Productions, 1959. Paramount
Box   32
Folder   21
Agreements, 1958 May-1959 June
Box   32
Folder   22
Contracts
Box   32
Folder   23
Correspondence, 1958 February-1960 October
Box   32
Folder   24
Distribution statements, 1959 September-1966 January
Box   32
Folder   25
Financial audit, 1958 February-1963 October
Scripts
Box   32
Folder   26
Second draft, “Last Train From Harper's Junction” / by James Poe, 1958 February 6
Box   32
Folder   27
Third draft, “Last Train From Laredo,” Part I / by Poe and Edmund North, 1958 March 10
Box   32
Folder   28
Final, “Last Train From Gun Hill” / by Poe, 1958 March 25
Note: With revisions of April 7, 8, 1958
Box   33
Folder   1
Script, “Last Train From Laredo,” by Poe and North, undated
Box   33
Folder   1
Notes
Two-Headed Spy
Note: Bryna Productions, 1959. Columbia
Box   33
Folder   2
Correspondence, clippings, 1954 October-1955 February
Spartacus
Note: Bryna Productions, 1960. Universal
Correspondence
Box   33
Folder   3-21
1957 January-1960 August
Box   34
Folder   1-6
1960 August-1964 May
Box   34
Folder   7
Literary material, 1958 January-1965 February
Box   34
Folder   8
Literary agreements, 1958 June-1960 June
Box   34
Folder   9
Chandler book, 1960 March-October
Distribution
Box   34
Folder   10
Audit notes, 1966
Box   34
Folder   11
Box office records, 1961 March-December
Box   34
Folder   12
Examination of Universal Pictures Company Inc., 1960 November-1963 June
Box   34
Folder   13
Grosses, 1961 July-1967 July
Box   34
Folder   14
Pantages Theater receipts
Box   34
Folder   15
Recap of opinion cards
Box   34
Folder   16-18
Reports and statements, 1959 March-1969 September
Financial Records
Box   34
Folder   19
Billing and miscellany
Box   35
Folder   1-2
Budgets, cost reports, statements, 1958- 1959
Employment Contracts
Box   35
Folder   3
General, 1959-1961
Box   35
Folder   4
Stanley Kubrick, 1959 March-1961 January
Box   35
Folder   5
Lawrence Olivier, 1958 November-1961 April
Box   35
Folder   6
Peter Ustinov, 1959-1965 July
Box   35
Folder   7-8
General financing, 1958 May-1962 July
Box   35
Folder   9
Insurance, 1959 February-April
Production Files
Box   35
Folder   10
Casting
Continuities
Box   35
Folder   11
Continuity and dialogue
Box   35
Folder   12
Continuity breakdown
Box   35
Folder   13
Combined continuities
Box   35
Folder   14-15
Dialogue continuities
Box   35
Folder   16
Cutting and editing
Box   35
Folder   17-19
Daily production reports, 1958 December-1960 August
Box   35
Folder   20
Editorial schedules, 1959
Box   35
Folder   21
Looping schedule and notes, 1959 February-August
Box   35
Folder   22
Miscellany
Box   35
Folder   23
Music, 1960 August-1964 June
Box   36
Folder   1
Music notes
Box   36
Folder   2
Operations - daily log
Box   36
Folder   3
Operations desk for studio sets
Box   36
Folder   4
Post-production and completion schedules
Box   36
Folder   5
Schedule of production deadlines and weekly advance schedules, 1958 December-1959 June
Box   36
Folder   6
Shooting
Box   36
Folder   7-9
Shooting calls and special orders, 1958 December-1960 August
Box   36
Folder   10
Shooting schedules, 1959 February-December
Box   36
Folder   11
Wardrobe and costuming
Box   36
Folder   12
Title credits and notes
Promotion and Publicity
Box   36
Folder   13-14
Advertisements, 1959-1968
Box   36
Folder   15
Comic book - proofs and final printed book
Box   66
Group sales publications, library kit on movie
Box   36
Folder   16-17
Group sales reports, correspondence, and publications
Box   36
Folder   18
Interviews with Kirk Douglas
Box   36
Folder   19-21
Market reports
Box   37
Folder   1
Minutes of ad meetings, reports on publicity
Box   37
Folder   2-3
Miscellany
Box   37
Folder   4
Novel by Howard Fast
Box   37
Folder   5
Photography - sketches
Box   37
Folder   6
Publicity releases, 1958 March-1959 December
Box   37
Folder   7-9
Press releases, 1959 January-December, undated
Box   37
Folder   10
Previews and premieres
Box   37
Folder   11
Publicity - general
Box   37
Folder   12
Publicity tours and Olivier Party
Box   37
Folder   13
Radio, television, records
Box   37
Folder   14
Sketches and study guides
Box   37
Folder   15-16
Souvenir books, correspondence, drafts, advertising, trailers
The Year of Spartacus (unpublished book by David Chandler)
Box   37
Folder   17-18
Drafts
Box   38
Folder   1
Drafts
Box   38
Folder   2-3
Interviews with Kirk Douglas
Box   38
Folder   4
Interview with Dalton Trumbo
Box   38
Folder   5-6
Interviews with Stanley Kubrick, Edward Lewis, Jean Simmons, Tony Curtis, Irving Lerner, Bob Forest, Marshall Green, Mel Tucker, Alexander Golitzen
Box   38
Folder   7-8
Clippings
Scripts
Box   38
Folder   9
Preliminary research
Box   38
Folder   10-11
Treatment, 1958 May-June
Box   38
Folder   10-11
Suggested step outline
Box   38
Folder   12
First draft by Howard Fast, undated
Box   38
Folder   13
First draft by Fast and Edward Lewis, 1958 July 15
Note: With revisions of August 5, 6, 1958
Box   38
Folder   14
Second draft, 1958 September 22
Box   38
Folder   15
Final, 1958 December 9
Box   38
Folder   16
Revised final, 1959 January 16
Note: With revisions of January-June 1959
Box   38
Folder   17
Final shooting script, 1959 September 14
Box   39
Folder   1-3
Script fragments and notes
Box   39
Folder   4
Script material - by Dalton Trumbo
Box   39
Folder   5
Script material - dialogue by Peter Ustinov
Box   39
Folder   6-15
Shot sequences and script revisions, 1-54
Box   39
Folder   16
Outline and other scenes by Fast
Box   39
Folder   17
Notes and synopses by Fast
Box   39
Folder   18
Scene outlines (battle scenes and others)
Strangers When We Meet
Note: Bryna-Quine Productions, 1960. Columbia
Box   39
Folder   19-23
Distribution reports and statements, 1960- 1969
Financial records
Box   39
Folder   24
Final cost list
Box   39
Folder   25
Weekly production costs, 1959 October-1960 June
Box   40
Folder   1
Final draft script by Evan Hunter, 1959 September 25
Note: With correspondence
Michael Strogoff
Note: Bryna Productions, 1960.
Box   40
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1958 January-1966 November
Box   40
Folder   2
Script treatment, news releases, clippings
Box   40
Folder   3
Literary material, 1957- 1958
The Last Sunset
Note: Bryna Productions, 1961. Universal
Correspondence
Box   40
Folder   4
General, 1959 July-1961 April
Box   40
Folder   5
Literary material, 1959 May-1961 September
Box   40
Folder   6
Distribution statements, 1961 September-1968 March
Financial Records
Box   40
Folder   7
Budget, 1959-1960 November
Employment
Box   40
Folder   8
General, 1960 March-1961 May
Box   40
Folder   9
Robert Aldrich, 1959-1960
Box   40
Folder   10
Eugene Frenke and James Bonham, 1959 July-1961 January
Box   40
Folder   11
General financing, 1959-1961 March
Box   40
Folder   12
Statements; casting
Box   40
Folder   13-14
Production files, 1959-1965 January
Box   40
Folder   15
Promotion - press releases
Scripts
Box   40
Folder   16
“Sundown at Crazy Horse,” no author, 1959 March 20
Box   40
Folder   17
First draft, “Day of the Gun” / by Edward Lewis?, 1960 March 10
Box   40
Folder   18
Revised first draft, “Day of the Gun,” 1960 March 22
Note: With revisions of March 25, 1960
Box   40
Folder   19
Second draft, “Day of the Gun,” 1960 April 8
Note: With revisions of April 12, 1960
Box   40
Folder   20
Final, “Day of the Gun,” 1960 June 1
Town Without Pity
Note: Mirisch Company and Osweg Ltd., 1961. United Artists
Production Files
Box   40
Folder   21
Cutting continuity, 1961 October
Box   40
Folder   22
Dialogue continuity, 1961 October
Lonely Are the Brave
Note: Bryna Productions, 1962. Universal
Box   40
Folder   23
Assignment of rights, 1961 April-August
Box   40
Folder   24-27
Correspondence, 1959-1971 April
Distribution
Box   40
Folder   28
Reports, 1961-1968
Box   40
Folder   29
Grosses, 1962 May-1963 February
Financial Records
Box   40
Folder   30
General financing, 1961 May-December
Employment Contracts
Box   40
Folder   31
Edward Abbey, 1958 February-1961 May
Box   40
Folder   32
Walter Matthau, 1961 May-1962 May
Box   40
Folder   33
David Miller, 1961 March-August
Box   41
Folder   1
General employment files
Production Files
Box   41
Folder   2
Casting
Box   41
Folder   3
Continuity breakdown
Box   41
Folder   4
Daily production report, 1961 April-October
Box   41
Folder   5
Music notes
Box   41
Folder   6
Title information, schedules, miscellaneous production
Box   41
Folder   7
Promotion - clippings
Scripts
Box   41
Folder   8
“The Brave Cowboy,” no author, 1960 September 22
Box   41
Folder   9
First draft, “The Brave Cowboy,” no author, 1960 October 18
Box   41
Folder   10
Revised second draft, “The Last Hero,” no author, 1961 March 23
Note: With revisions of March 27, 1961
Box   41
Folder   11
Final, “The Last Hero,” no author, 1961 April 12
Note: With revisions of April, May, June, and November 1961
Two Weeks in Another Town
Note: John Houseman Productions, 1962. MGM
Box   41
Folder   12
Script by Charles Schnee, 1961 September 16
Note: With revisions of October, November, December 1961
The Hook
Note: Perlberg-Seaton Productions, 1963. MGM
Box   41
Folder   13
Correspondence, 1962 March-1968 February
Box   41
Folder   14
Distribution reports, 1964- 1966
Financial Records
Box   41
Folder   15
Contracts, 1962
Box   41
Folder   16
General financing, 1962- 1965
Box   41
Folder   17
Production - casting
Box   41
Folder   18
Script by Henry Denker, 1962 May 1
Note: With revisions of April, May, June 1962
For Love or Money
Note: Universal, 1963
Box   41
Folder   19
Financial records - cost statements, contracts; promotion
Box   41
Folder   20
Production Statements, 1965- 1966
Scripts
Box   41
Folder   21
First draft, “Three on a Match” / by Larry Markes and Michael Morris, 1962 January 23
Box   41
Folder   21
Correspondence, 1962 July-1963 May
Box   41
Folder   22
Final, “Three on a Match” / by Markes and Morris, 1962 June 26
Note: With revisions of July and August 1962
The List of Adrian Messenger
Note: Bryna Productions, 1963. Universal
Box   41
Folder   23
Assignment of title copy, 1962 March-1963 January
Box   41
Folder   24
Correspondence, 1962 April-1963 September
Box   41
Folder   25
Literary property, 1961 February-April
Box   41
Folder   26
Literary material, 1961 March-1962 July
Box   41
Folder   27
Distribution - grosses, 1963 May-1971 July
Financial Records
Box   41
Folder   28
Budget, 1962
Employment Files
Box   41
Folder   29
General employment, 1962 July-1963 March
Contracts
Box   41
Folder   30
John Huston, 1962 April-1964 January
Box   41
Folder   31
Charles Schnee, 1961 December-1964 April
Box   41
Folder   32
George C. Scott, 1962 August-1963 April
Box   41
Folder   33
Dana Wynter, 1962 August-1964 September
Box   41
Folder   34
General financing, 1960 August-1965 August
Box   42
Folder   1
Miscellaneous, 1962 March-November
Production Files
Box   42
Folder   1A
Casting, music, promotion
Box   42
Folder   2
Production files, 1962 July-November
Box   42
Folder   3
Production statements, 1963- 1966
Scripts
Box   42
Folder   4
Treatment, 1961 May
Box   42
Folder   5
Revised treatment, 1961 June
Box   42
Folder   6
First draft by Alec Coppel, 1961 June 22
Box   42
Folder   7
Revised first draft by Coppel, 1961 October 18
Note: With revisions of October, November 1961
Box   42
Folder   8
Revised first draft by Coppel, 1961 November 10
Box   42
Folder   9
Final by Charles Schnee, 1962 March 5
Note: With later revisions and notes
Box   42
Folder   10
Revised final by Anthony Veiller, 1962 July 13
Note: With revisions of July, August, October, November, 1962
Seven Days in May
Note: Joel Productions, 1964. Paramount
Correspondence
Box   42
Folder   11
General, 1962 June-1969 February
Box   42
Folder   12
Literary property rights, 1962- 1966
Box   42
Folder   13
Seven Arts correspondence, 1962- 1967
Box   42
Folder   14
Seven Arts agreements and correspondence, 1963-1969
Box   42
Folder   15
Warrants, 1963-1965
Distribution
Box   42
Folder   16
Grosses, 1964 February-1965 July
Box   42
Folder   17
Statements, 1965 January-1969 September
Box   42
Folder   18
Sale of interest, 1968
Financial Records
Box   42
Folder   19
Budget, 1963-1964
Box   42
Folder   20
Financial correspondence, 1963- 1969
Employment Contracts
Box   42
Folder   21
General, 1963
Box   42
Folder   22
Nick Cravat, 1964-1967
Box   42
Folder   23
John Frankenheimer, 1962- 1968
Box   42
Folder   24
Ellsworth Fredericks and Sydney Guilaroff, 1963
Box   42
Folder   25
Ava Gardner, 1963
Box   42
Folder   26
Jerry Goldsmith and David Amram, 1963- 1964
Box   42
Folder   27
Burt Lancaster, 1963-1965
Box   42
Folder   28
Fredric March, 1963
Box   42
Folder   29
Edmond O'Brien and Martin Balsam, 1963- 1964
Box   42
Folder   30
Others, 1963-1967
Box   42
Folder   31
Insurance, 1963-1967
Box   42
Folder   32
Reconciliation of cash, 1963
Production Files
Box   42
Folder   33
Credits, 1963-1964
Box   42
Folder   34
Daily production reports, 1963
Box   43
Folder   1
Production file, 1962-1969
Promotion and Publicity
Box   43
Folder   2
Advertising and publicity, 1963- 1965
Box   43
Folder   3
Correspondence and campaigns
Scripts
Box   43
Folder   4
First draft by Rod Serling, 1962 November 8
Note: With later revisions
Box   43
Folder   5
First draft by Serling, undated
Box   43
Folder   6
Second draft by Serling, undated
Box   43
Folder   7
Draft by Serling, undated
Box   43
Folder   8
Script by Serling, undated
Note: With revisions of March 7, 1963
Box   43
Folder   9
Shooting script by Serling, undated
Note: With revisions of May and June 1963
Box   43
Folder   10
Correspondence with Serling, 1962- 1964
Box   43
Folder   11
Correspondence with Harper and Row, 1963- 1966
In Harm's Way
Note: Sigma Productions, 1965. Paramount
Box   43
Folder   12
Correspondence, 1964 March-1965 October
Box   43
Folder   13
Distribution reports, 1965- 1966
Production Files
Box   43
Folder   14
Call sheets
Box   43
Folder   15
Production files, reviews
Box   43
Folder   16
Script by Wendell Mayes, undated
Note: With revisions of June and September 1964
Heroes of Telemark
Note: Benton Film Productions, 1965. Columbia
Box   43
Folder   17
Correspondence, 1964 June-1967 December
Financial Records
Box   43
Folder   18
Contracts
Box   43
Folder   19
Finances, production files, promotion
Box   43
Folder   20
Financial statements, 1966
Box   43
Folder   21
Sale of interest, 1968
Scripts
Box   43
Folder   22
Script, “The Unknown Battle” / by Ivan Moffat, 1964 August 7
Box   43
Folder   23
Script by Moffat, 1964 November 20
Box   44
Folder   1
Script notes
Mickey One
Note: Florin Corporation, 1965. Columbia
Box   43
Folder   24
Shooting script by A. M. Surgal, 1964 January 28
Note: With revisions of February and March 1964
Cast a Giant Shadow
Note: Mirisch-Llenroc-Batjac, 1966. United Artists
Box   44
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1965 February-1967 April
Box   44
Folder   3
Second draft revised script by Melville Shavelson, 1964 October 20
Box   44
Folder   4
Financial records, production files, distribution, advertisements, miscellany
Grand Prix
Note: Joel Productions, 1966. MGM
Box   44
Folder   5
Correspondence with Cinerama, 1964 October-1970 January
Box   44
Folder   6
Cinerama warrants, 1969 January-1973 March
Legal Papers
Box   44
Folder   7
Lawsuit of John Surtees, 1966 July-1970 September
Box   44
Folder   8
“Bound Volume to Accompany FGW's Memorandum to File Dated September 9, 1968”
Box   44
Folder   9
Regarding John Frankenheimer Productions, 1965-1968 June
Scripts
Box   44
Folder   10
Story outlines, character and story notes
Box   44
Folder   11
Original treatment by Robert Alan Aurthur, 1965 July 22
Box   44
Folder   12
First draft by Aurthur, undated
Box   44
Folder   13
Revised first draft by Aurthur, 1965 October 28
Hawaii
Note: Mirisch Company and Highland Films, 1966. United Artists
Box   44
Folder   14-15
First draft script (Parts I and II), 1963 March 1
Is Paris Burning?
Note: Seven Arts Productions, 1966. Paramount
Box   44
Folder   16
Correspondence, contract, 1965 July-1966 June
Seconds
Note: Douglas and Lewis Productions, 1966. Paramount
Correspondence
Box   45
Folder   1
General, 1963 July-1968 March
Box   45
Folder   2
Lewis John Carlino correspondence and contracts, 1962 February-1965 August
Box   45
Folder   3
A. Morgan Maree correspondence
Box   45
Folder   4
Random House correspondence, 1963 July-December
Box   45
Folder   5
Literary purchase, 1963 July-1968 July
Financial Records
Agreements and Correspondence
Box   45
Folder   6
with J. Frankenheimer Productions, 1963 August-1966 August
Box   45
Folder   7
regarding Loan-Out Contracts from Gibraltar Productions, 1965-1966 June
Box   45
Folder   8
Insurance, 1965 April-1970 April
Box   45
Folder   9
Statements, 1966 October-1969 December
Production Files
Box   45
Folder   10
Art and design - correspondence with Saul Bass, 1965 May-1966 May
Box   45
Folder   11
Credits, 1965 October-1966 October
Box   45
Folder   12
Music, 1965 December
Scripts
Box   45
Folder   13
First draft by Lewis John Carlino, 1964 January 3
Box   45
Folder   14
Second draft by Carlino, 1964 November 10
Revised Second Draft by Carlino
Box   45
Folder   15
1964 November 27
Box   45
Folder   16
1964 November 27
Note: With revisions of March 22, 1965
Revised by Carlino
Box   45
Folder   17
1965 March 22
Box   45
Folder   18
1965 June 10
Box   45
Folder   19
1965 June 10
Note: With revisions of July 1, 1965
Box   45
Folder   20
Script by Carlino, undated
The Way West
Note: Harold Hecht Corp., 1967. United Artists
Box   45
Folder   21
Financial statements, 1967 July-1969 November
Script by Irving Ravetch and Ben Maddow
Box   45
Folder   22
1965 June 29
Box   45
Folder   23
1965 June 29
Note: With revisions of December 9, 1965
The War Wagon
Note: Batjac Productions and Marvin Schwartz Productions, 1967. Universal
Box   45
Folder   24
Script, “The Kiowa War Wagon” / by Clair Huffaker, circa 1966
Box   45
Folder   25
Final draft by Huffaker, 1966 August 9
A Lovely Way to Die
Note: Universal, 1968.
Box   45
Folder   26
Final script, “The Pineapple Print” / by A. J. Russell, circa 1968
The Brotherhood
Note: Bryna Productions, 1968. Paramount
Correspondence
Box   46
Folder   1
General, 1965-1972 September
Box   46
Folder   2
With Lewis John Carlino, 1964 October-1968 November
Box   46
Folder   3
Thank you notes, 1967 November-1969 February
Financial Records
Box   46
Folder   4
Financing arrangements - Warner Brothers, 1965 September-1967 June
Box   46
Folder   5
Budget, 1966 March-1968 March
Box   46
Folder   6
Financial and production correspondence, 1967 January-1969 July
Box   46
Folder   7
Employee's contracts, 1967-1968
Production Files
Box   46
Folder   8
Credits, 1967 November-1968 October
Box   46
Folder   9
Music, 1968
Box   46
Folder   10-11
Publicity files, 1965 November-1969
Scripts
Box   46
Folder   12
Third revised treatment, “The Hoods” / by Lewis John Carlino, 1965 July 5
Box   46
Folder   13
Estimating script, “The Hoods” / by Carlino, 1966 March 3
Box   46
Folder   14
First revised by Carlino, 1966 July 8
Box   46
Folder   15
Final revised by Carlino, 1966 August 25
Box   46
Folder   16
Script by Carlino, circa 1966
Box   46
Folder   17
Script (annotated), no author, circa 1966
Box   46
Folder   18
Script by Carlino, 1967 March 8
Box   46
Folder   19
Script by Carlino, 1967 May 12
Note: With revisions of June, October, November, and December 1967
Box   46
Folder   20
Script by Carlino, 1967 May 12
Note: With revisions of June and July 1967. Not identical to script in Box 46, Folder 19.
Box   46
Folder   21
Insurance, 1967 June-1968 September
The Arrangement
Note: Warner Brothers-Seven Arts and Athena Enterprises, 1969. Warner Brothers
Box   47
Folder   1
Distribution statement, 1971
Box   47
Folder   2
Final script by Elia Kazan, 1968 June 21
Note: With revisions of July 1968
Box   47
Folder   3
Script changes, no author, 1968 October 1
The Gypsy Moths
Note: Joel Productions, 1969. MGM
Box   47
Folder   4
Correspondence and contracts, 1966 April-1967 November
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Note: 1969. 20th Century-Fox
Box   47
Folder   5
Script, “The Sundance Kid and Butch Cassidy” / by William Goldman, circa 1969
There Was a Crooked Man
Note: Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Production, 1970. Warner Brothers
Box   47
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1968 August-1970 November
Box   47
Folder   7
Script, “The Prison Story” / by David Newman and Robert Benton, 1968 August 5
The Strawberry Statement
Note: Irwin Winkler, Robert Chartoff, 1970. MGM
Box   47
Folder   7A
Script by Israel Horowitz, undated
Summertree
Note: Bryna Productions, 1971. Columbia
Box   47
Folder   8-10
Correspondence, 1968 April-1972 November
Financial Records
Box   47
Folder   11
Budget, 1969-1971
Employment Contracts
Box   47
Folder   12
Ron Cowen, 1967 December-1970 June
Box   47
Folder   13
Ed Hume (writer), 1969 September- 1970
Box   47
Folder   14
John Korty (director) and Stephen Yafa (writer), 1969 March-1970 July
Box   47
Folder   15
Paul Leaf (writer), 1968 August-1969 August
Box   47
Folder   16
Ron McKuen (writer), 1968 July-1971 February
Box   47
Folder   17
Anthony Newley (director), 1969 December-1970 August
Box   47
Folder   18
David Shire (music)
Box   47
Folder   19
Expenditures, 1968 August-1970 September
Box   47
Folder   20-21
Financial statements, 1970 May-October
Box   47
Folder   22
Invoices and financial file, 1970 May-December
Production Files
Box   47
Folder   23
General production account expenses, 1970 November-1971 December
Correspondence
Box   47
Folder   24
1969 June-1970 February
Box   48
Folder   1-2
1970 March-1971 January
Box   48
Folder   3-4
Production costs and schedules, 1970 May-1971 May
Box   48
Folder   5
Production files
Box   48
Folder   6
Tab run expenditures, 1970 April
Scripts
Box   48
Folder   7
Play by Ron Cowen, 1967
Box   48
Folder   8
Script by Rod McKuen, after 1967
Box   48
Folder   9
Script by McKuen (annotated), after 1967
Box   48
Folder   10
First draft by Cowen, 1968 May
Box   48
Folder   11
Draft, no author, circa 1968
Box   48
Folder   12
Pre-first draft by Stephen Yafa, 1969 April-June
Box   48
Folder   13
First draft by Stephen H. Yafa (annotated), after 1969
Box   48
Folder   14
Second draft revised, annotated, 1969 July-August
Box   48
Folder   15
Final draft by Ed Hume, 1969 November 4
Box   48
Folder   16
Second draft by Yafa, after 1969
Box   48
Folder   17
Second draft pages by Yafa, after 1969
Box   48
Folder   18
Script by Edward Hume, with revisions of January 19, 1970
Box   48
Folder   19
Script by Hume, with revisions of February 25, 1970
Box   48
Folder   20
Revised final draft, pages, 1970 March 20
Box   48
Folder   21
Final draft by Hume, 1970 March
Note: With scene cuts and changes (annotated)
Box   48
Folder   22
Draft (annotated), no author, 1970 March
Box   49
Folder   1
Final draft by Hume, with revisions of April and May 1970
Box   49
Folder   2
Script by Hume, circa 1970
Box   49
Folder   3
Script, no author, circa 1971
The Light at the Edge of the World
Note: Bryna Productions, 1971. National General
Scripts
Box   49
Folder   4
Treatment by Tom Rowe, undated
Box   49
Folder   5
Second draft, by Rowe, 1969 October 27
Box   49
Folder   6
Second draft (annotated) by Rowe, 1969 October 27
Box   49
Folder   7
Second draft by Rowe, with notes by Norman Kurland, 1969 October 27
Box   49
Folder   8
Script by Rowe and Rachel Billington, 1970 August 7
Box   49
Folder   9
Script pages by Rowe, 1970 November 11
Box   49
Folder   10
Script by Rowe, with additional dialogue by Billington, circa 1970
Box   49
Folder   11
Script by Rowe, with additional dialogue by Lady Rachel Billington and additional ideas by Bertha Dominguez D., circa 1971
Box   49
Folder   12-13
Scripts by Rowe (annotated), circa 1971
A Gunfight
Note: Harvest-Thoroughbred-Joel Production, 1971. Paramount
Box   49
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1969-1972
Box   49
Folder   15
Reviews and production file, 1961-1971
Box   49
Folder   16
Script by Harold Jack Bloom, undated
The Red Sun
Note: Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Productions, 1971. National General
Box   49
Folder   17
Revised draft script by Denne Bart Petitclerc, 1969 March 18
Somtimes a Great Notion
Note: Universal/Newman-Foreman Productions, 1971. Universal
Box   50
Folder   18
Treatment by Frank R. Pierson, circa 1971
Scalawag
Note: Bryna Productions, 1973. Paramount
Correspondence
Box   50
Folder   1
General correspondence, 1966 May-1974 March
Box   50
Folder   2
Coldwater Productions Inc., 1965 June-1969 March
Box   50
Folder   3
Samuelian/Douglas correspondence, 1972-1974
Box   50
Folder   4
Script correspondence and notes, 1966 February-1972 June
Box   50
Folder   5
Technicolor correspondence, 1972-1975
Box   50
Folder   6
Nat Wachsberger dispute, 1971 July-1972 October
Financial Records
Box   50
Folder   7
Banca Commerciale, 1972 April-1975 April
Box   50
Folder   8
Budget, 1971-1972
Box   50
Folder   9
Expenditures, 1965-1973 August
Box   50
Folder   10
Fleischman, Sid, contract and correspondence, 1967 May-1968 October
Box   50
Folder   11
Insurance, 1972 April-1974 August
Box   50
Folder   12
Oceania outstanding bills and settlement, 1972-1975
Box   50
Folder   13
Paid bills, 1965 June-1968
Box   50
Folder   14
Panajotovic, Ika, dispute, 1972-1973
Box   50
Folder   15
Shipping documents and bills, 1972 June-August
Box   50
Folder   16
Ultra Films, 1966 October-1969 June
Production Files
Box   50
Folder   17
Automated Dialogue Replacement (ADR) sheets and sound reports, 1972
Box   50
Folder   18
Artists, 1972-1976 February
Box   50
Folder   19
Barbini-Vacca correspondence, 1972 June-December
Box   50
Folder   20
Call sheets and shooting schedules, 1972 June-August
Box   50
Folder   21
Screen credits and MPAA seal, 1966-1973
Box   51
Folder   1
Cue sheets, 1973
Box   51
Folder   2
Daily production reports, 1972 June-August
Box   51
Folder   3
Editing and sound recording, 1972-1973 August
Box   51
Folder   4
Inex (Interexport Film) documents and correspondence, 1972-1974 June
Box   51
Folder   5
Bryna Co./Inex Documents, 1972-1973 January
Box   51
Folder   6
Inter-office production memos, 1972
Box   67
Folder   1-2
Maps and sketches, undated
Box   51
Folder   7
Music - correspondence, scorings, agreements, 1972-1975
Box   66
Music - recording sheets
Box   51
Folder   8
Yugoslavian Unit, 1971 July-1972 September
Promotion and Publicity
Box   51
Folder   9
Promotion and personal appearances, 1972 November-1974 February
Box   51
Folder   10
Publicity, 1972-1974
Scripts
Box   51
Folder   11
Plot synopsis of “Bar Silver” by Albert Maltz, circa 1965
Note: Includes synopsis of Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, on which “Bar Silver” and Scalawag are loosely based
Box   51
Folder   12
Treatment, “The Rascals” / by Maltz (original title “Bar Silver”), circa 1966
Box   51
Folder   13
Script, “Bar Silver” / by Maltz, 1965 December-1966 January
Box   51
Folder   14
Script, “Bar Silver” / by Maltz, 1966 March 31
Box   51
Folder   15
Script by Maltz, 1966 August
Box   51
Folder   16
Script by Maltz, 1967 January 11
Box   51
Folder   17
Script by Maltz, 1967 April 4
Note: With later revisions
Box   51
Folder   18
Revised by Sid Fleischman, from the story and screenplay by Maltz, 1967 May 12
Box   52
Folder   1
Revised draft by Kirk Douglas of a script by Maltz and Fleischman, circa 1971
Box   52
Folder   2
Script by Maltz, Fleischman and Kirk Douglas, 1971 June 4
Box   52
Folder   3
Script by Maltz and Fleischman, 1971 June 4
Note: With later revisions
Box   52
Folder   4
Final draft by Maltz, Fleischman, and Kirk Douglas, 1971 July 27
Box   52
Folder   5
Final draft by Fleischman and Maltz, 1971 December 17
Box   52
Folder   6
Revised script pages with notes by Kirk Douglas, circa 1971 December
Box   52
Folder   7-9
Script (annotated) by Fleischman, circa 1971
Box   52
Folder   10
Final draft, “Farabutto” (Versione Definitive) by Fleischman, in Spanish, 1971 December 17
Box   52
Folder   11
Revised by Richard Freed, circa 1971?
Box   52
Folder   12
Script by Fleischman and Kirk Douglas, 1972 May 22
Box   52
Folder   13
Final by Fleischman and Kirk Douglas, 1972 August 26
Box   52
Folder   14
Script by Maltz and Fleischman, with revisions by Kirk Douglas, undated
Box   52
Folder   15
Script by Fleischman, undated
Box   52
Folder   16
Annotated, no author, undated
Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough
Note: Howard W. Koch Production, 1975. Paramount
Box   52
Folder   17
Publicity, after 1972
Box   52
Folder   18
First draft script by Julius Epstein, 1973 November 14
Note: With revisions of December 19, 21, 1973
Posse
Note: Bryna Productions, 1975. Paramount
Correspondence
Box   52
Folder   19
Personal, 1974-1975
Box   52
Folder   20
Hotel, 1973-1974
Box   52
Folder   21
Railroad, 1973 July-1975 July
Box   52
Folder   22
Fred Sills, 1975 October-1977 February
Box   52
Folder   23
Literary agreements and correspondence, 1970 October-1975 January
Box   52
Folder   24
Distribution - foreign distribution, 1975 June-1976 July
Financial Records
Box   52
Folder   25
Budget, 1974 June-1975 May
Box   53
Folder   1
Insurance, 1974
Production Files
Box   53
Folder   2
Production budget, 1972-1973
Box   53
Folder   3
Production reports, 1974
Box   53
Folder   4
Call sheets, 1974
Box   53
Folder   5
Cast (principals) - contracts and correspondence, 1974 September-1975 May
Box   53
Folder   6
Casting correspondence, 1973-1975
Box   53
Folder   7
Casting file, 1974
Box   53
Folder   8
Continuity breakdown, 1974
Box   53
Folder   9
Production correspondence, 1974
Box   53
Folder   10
Correspondence regarding Old Tucson, 1974-1975
Box   53
Folder   11
Correspondence and papers regarding Phil Feldman deal, 1974 July-1975 January
Box   53
Folder   12
Correspondence with Humane Society, 1974 October-1975 June
Box   53
Folder   13
Production cost reports and expenses, 1974 June-1975 August
Box   53
Folder   14
Crew, 1973-1975 March
Box   53
Folder   15
Day Out of Days, 1974
Box   53
Folder   16
Production design and wardrobe, 1974
Box   53
Folder   17
Location permits, 1974
Box   53
Folder   18
Music, 1974-1975 March
Box   53
Folder   19
Props, 1974
Box   53
Folder   20
Screen credit titles, 1974 October-1975 May
Box   53
Folder   21
Script breakdown, circa 1974
Box   53
Folder   22
Shooting schedule, 1974
Box   53
Folder   23
Travel file, 1974
Post-Production Files
Box   53
Folder   24
General files, 1974 January-1975 May
Box   53
Folder   25
Cost schedules, 1974 October-1975 July
Box   53
Folder   26-27
Tab runs, 1975 January-August
Promotion and Publicity
Box   53
Folder   28
Bantam Books paperback edition of Posse, 1974 April-1975 May
Box   53
Folder   29
Preview cards, 1975
Box   53
Folder   30
Promotions, 1974 November-1975 June
Box   54
Folder   1
Publicity files, 1974-1975 July
Scripts
Box   54
Folder   2
Script notes and correspondence, 1974
Box   54
Folder   3
Treatment by Larry Cohen, circa 1967
Box   54
Folder   4
Second revised, 1967 May 1
Note: With revisions of May 22, 1967
Box   54
Folder   5
Script by Christopher Knopf, pages 1-67, 1971 November 16
Box   54
Folder   6
Script by Knopf, 1972 February 28
Box   54
Folder   7
Treatment by William Roberts, 1974 May 3
Box   54
Folder   8
Script (compilation) by Knopf and Roberts, 1972 February 28 and 1974 May 8
Box   54
Folder   9
Notes from Bill Roberts, 1974 May 14
Box   54
Folder   10
Script (compilation) by Roberts, 1974 May 20 and June 12
Box   54
Folder   11
Script by Knopf, 1972 February 28
Note: With notes of June 11, 1974
Revised by Roberts
Box   54
Folder   12
1974 June 14
Box   54
Folder   13-14
1974 June 14
Note: With revisions of July 1, 1974 (annotated)
Box   54
Folder   15
Final revised by Roberts, 1974 August 6
Note: With revisions of August and September 1974
Box   54
Folder   16
Final revised by Roberts, 1974 September 12
Box   54
Folder   17
Release dialogue script prepared by Berenice Mosk, 1975 May 19
Box   54
Folder   18
Budget correspondence, 1972 April-1975 August
The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea
Note: Joel Productions, 1976. Avco-Embassy
Box   54
Folder   19
Contract
Box   54
Folder   20
Aurthur-Mishima correspondence, 1965 December-1966 April
Box   54
Folder   21
General correspondence, 1965 September-1966 December
Box   54
Folder   22
Financial - paid bills, 1966 February-July
The Chosen
Note: American International, 1978
Box   54
Folder   23
General correspondence, 1977-1978
Box   54
Folder   24
Production files - travel/wardrobe, 1977-1978
Box   54
Folder   25
Publicity file, 1978
Scripts
Box   55
Folder   1
First draft, “Holocaust” / by Sergio Donati and Martin Herbert, 1977 February
Box   55
Folder   2
Script, “Holocaust 2000” / Donati, Alberto de Martino, and Michael Robson, 1977 April 14
Box   55
Folder   3
Script, “Holocaust 2000” / Sergio Donati, Martin Herbert, Michael Robson, 1977 April 14
The Fury
Note: Frank Yablans Presentations, 1978. 20th Century Fox
Production Files
Box   55
Folder   4
Production files and correspondence, 1977-1978
Shooting Schedule
Box   55
Folder   5
1977 July
Box   55
Folder   6
1977 September 20
Box   55
Folder   7
Publicity file, 1978
Scripts
Box   55
Folder   8
Revised by John Farris, 1977 March 18
Box   55
Folder   9
Final by Farris, 1977 July 8
Box   55
Folder   10
Script revisions and notes by Farris, annotated with suggestions by Kirk Douglas, 1977
Box   55
Folder   11
Revised by Farris, annotated by Kirk Douglas, 1977 September 15
Series: Motion Pictures - Unproduced
“The Man Without a World”
Box   55
Folder   12
Agreement, 1950
“The Travelers”
Box   55
Folder   13
Script notes, script fragments, music, 1950 May-September
“Allison Brothers”
Box   55
Folder   14
Contract, 1955
“The Syndicate”
Box   55
Folder   15
Correspondence, contracts with King Brothers, 1954 October-1956 June
Note: Tentative film title: “Britian's Two-Headed Spy”
“Shadow of a Champ”
Box   55
Folder   16
Correspondence, financial records, 1955 November-1959 April
Box   55
Folder   17
Contracts, promotional materials, clippings
“A Most Contagious Game”
Box   55
Folder   18
Correspondence, 1955 January-1966 November
Box   55
Folder   19
Contracts
Box   55
Folder   20
Financial records, promotion, clippings
Box   55
Folder   21-22
Financial records - bank deposits, 1956- 1957
Scripts
Box   55
Folder   23
Original by Samuel Grafton, undated
Box   55
Folder   24
Script by Grafton, 1956 January 16
Box   55
Folder   25
First draft by Sidney Boehm, 1956 December 24
“Mavourneen”
Box   55
Folder   26
Correspondence, 1956 January-1967 January
Box   55
Folder   26
Contracts, financial records, clippings
Box   55
Folder   27
Script by Edward Lewis, 1960 August 19
“The Shadow”
Box   55
Folder   28
Correspondence, 1964 July-1972 March
Box   55
Folder   29
Literary material, 1944 October-1968 March
Box   55
Folder   30
Financial records, 1957 February-1965 December
Box   56
Folder   1
Script, “Count Bruga” / by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, undated
“Deliver Us From Evil”
Box   56
Folder   2
Correspondence, clippings, 1956 April-August
“Quality of Mercy”
Box   56
Folder   3
Correspondence, contract, 1956 April-May
Box   56
Folder   4
Production file, 1956
“Silent Gun”
Box   56
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1956 February-1966 May
Box   56
Folder   5
First draft screenplay, 1956 June 23
Box   56
Folder   5
Clippings
Box   56
Folder   6
Literary property, 1956 March-1966 June
Box   56
Folder   7
Script by Carson A. Wiley, circa 1958
Box   56
Folder   8
Revised script by Wiley, 1958 June 20
“Man on a Motorcycle”
Box   56
Folder   9
Financing, 1956-1957
“The Golden Triangle”
Box   56
Folder   10
Correspondence, clippings, 1956 December
“I Stole $16,000,000”
Box   56
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1957 December-1960 March
Box   56
Folder   11
News releases, clippings
“Montezuma”
Box   56
Folder   12
Correspondence, 1960 May-September
Box   56
Folder   13
Script, no author, 1957 October 12
Box   56
Folder   14
Title contract, promotional materials, clippings
“The Sun at Midnight”
Box   56
Folder   15
Correspondence, 1957 March-1961 October
Box   56
Folder   15
Contracts, financial records, distribution agreement, clippings
Box   56
Folder   16
Script by Edward Lewis, 1958 September 10
“The Incredible Yanqui”
Box   56
Folder   17
Memo regarding treatment by Hans Jacoby, 1951
“The Beach Boys”
Box   56
Folder   18
Script, no author, 1958 February 5
The Disenchanted
Box   56
Folder   19
Correspondence, 1958 June
Box   56
Folder   19
Partnership agreement, clippings
The Mound Builders
Box   56
Folder   20
Correspondence, 1958 July-1961 October
Box   56
Folder   20
Financial records, contract
“Port of Call”
Box   56
Folder   21
Treatment (sales presentation), 1958 December 11
“Viva Gringo!”
Box   56
Folder   22
Correspondence, 1958 August-November
Box   56
Folder   22
Titles, clippings
Box   56
Folder   23
Budget, 1958 May
Masters of the Dew (alternate title “Les Gouverneurs de la Rosee”)
Box   56
Folder   24
Literary material, 1958- 1959
“The Indian Wars”
Box   56
Folder   25
Correspondence, 1961 April
“King Kelly”
Box   56
Folder   26
Correspondence, 1955 July-1960 April
Box   56
Folder   27
Literary material, 1955-1959 December
Box   56
Folder   28
Loew's correspondence, 1955 October-1963 March
Box   56
Folder   29
Loew's contracts, 1955 November-1963 March
Box   56
Folder   30
Employment contracts and casting file, 1955- 1957
Production Files
Box   56
Folder   31
Continuity step outline by Daniel Mainwaring, with certificate of authorship and assignment of rights, 1956 January 24
Box   57
Folder   1
Production file, 1956
Box   57
Folder   2-3
Promotion and publicity files and stories, 1955-1956
Scripts
Box   57
Folder   4
Script, no author, 1956 August 20
Box   57
Folder   5
Working first draft by Edna Anhalt, 1956 September 6
Box   57
Folder   6
Script, “Jethro” / by Allan Scott, circa 1956
Box   57
Folder   7
Script by Daniel Mainwaring, circa 1956
Box   57
Folder   8
Revised, “Jethro” / by James Edward Grant, 1957 January 25
Box   57
Folder   9
Script, revisions, undated
“Trapeze”
Box   57
Folder   10
Distribution statement, 1961
“Walls of Jolo”
Box   57
Folder   11
Revised first draft script by Robert I. Holt, 1963 February 20
“Automation”
Box   57
Folder   12
Correspondence, 1964 February-July
Box   57
Folder   12
Contract
Box   57
Folder   13
Script, “The Art of Living” / by Howard Dimsdale and Ned Young, undated
“The Confessor”
Box   57
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1964 February-1965 January
“Bolivar!”
Box   57
Folder   15
Script by Robert Presnell Jr., 1966 February 22
Box   57
Folder   16
Script by Presnell, 1966 July 14
“Something for Nothing”
Box   57
Folder   17
Financial - paid bills, 1966 April-May
Box   57
Folder   18
First draft script by William Hanley, 1966 March 1
Note: With letter (from Kirk Douglas?) of March 10, 1966, suggesting script changes
Box   57
Folder   19
Second draft script by Hanley, 1966 April 8
“Lie Down, I Want to Talk to You”
Box   57
Folder   20
Second draft script by William P. McGivern, 1967 October 10
“Shady Baby”
Box   57
Folder   21
First draft script by Richard A. Guttman, 1967 October 9
“Seat of Power”
Box   57
Folder   22
Correspondence, 1967-1970
Box   57
Folder   23
Literary rights, 1968-1969
Financial
Box   57
Folder   24
Bills, 1968 February-May
Box   57
Folder   25
Expenditures, 1968-1969
Scripts
Box   57
Folder   26
Plot synopsis by Abby Mann, circa 1970
Box   57
Folder   27
First draft script by Abby Mann, annotated, circa 1970
“The Piano Sport”
Box   57
Folder   28
Script by Irving Ravetch, Harriet Frank Jr., and Stephen H. Yafa, 1968 November 1
“The Bronc Rider”
Box   57
Folder   29
Expenditures, 1968-1969
“Charlemagne”
Box   57
Folder   30
Expenditures, 1968-1969
“Chaka”
Box   58
Folder   1
Revised second draft script by Alan Scholefield, 1969 February 17
“Project II”
Box   58
Folder   2
First draft script by A. Newley and H. Raucher, 1969 March 31
“A Last Valley”
Box   58
Folder   3
First draft script by James Clavell, 1969 May 13
“Fling!”
Box   58
Folder   4
Third draft script by Bernard Slade, 1969 June 15
Box   58
Folder   5
Script by Slade, undated
“Adam's Garden”
Box   58
Folder   6
Agreements, 1969 October-December
“Alimony Jail”
Box   58
Folder   7
Expenditures, 1969
“Le Photographe”/“The Photographer”
Box   58
Folder   8
Synopsis by Pierre Boulle
Box   58
Folder   9
Expenditures, 1969
“The Stranglers”
Box   58
Folder   10
Synopsis by Alexander Jacobs, undated
Box   58
Folder   11
Expenditures, 1969
“Catch Me a Spy”/“Fabienne”
Box   58
Folder   12
Call sheets, 1971 March-May
Box   58
Folder   13
Script by Dick Francis and Ian la Frenais, 1971 February 24
Box   58
Folder   14
Script, no author (annotated), circa 1971
“The Black Box”
Box   58
Folder   15
Script by Paul Jarrico and Philip Reisman Jr., undated
“The Heroine”
Box   58
Folder   16
Script by Frank Tarloff, undated
“The Changing Man”
Box   58
Folder   17
Script by Jon Edward Manson, Thomas Y. Drake, and James Tugend, undated
“Jamie”
Box   58
Folder   18
Script by Ed Adamson, undated
“Aces 'n Eights”
Box   58
Folder   19-20
Scripts by Ronald M. Cohen and Dennis R. Shryack, undated
“Brief Madness”
Box   58
Folder   21
Script by Edward Hume, undated
“Fuzz”
Box   58
Folder   22
First draft script by S. L. Stebel, undated
“The Glory of Love” (“The Life and Songs of Billy Hill”)
Box   58
Folder   23
Synopsis by Sammy Cahn, undated
“The Many Loves of Jerome”
Box   58
Folder   24
First draft treatment by L. Capetanos, undated
“Marauder”
Box   58
Folder   25
Script by Arthur Rowe, undated
“The Milkrun, or the Aerodynamic Love Song of Eddie MacLean”
Box   59
Folder   1
Script by Lawrence A. Hauben, undated
“The Rustler and the Prostitute”
Box   59
Folder   2
Script by Halsted Welles, undated
“Yatra: A Beginning, A Pilgrimage”
Box   59
Folder   3
Synopsis by Paul Aratow and Mark Hirschman, undated
Box   59
Folder   4
Untitled script by Jaimie Castell, undated
Box   59
Folder   5
Miscellaneous stories considered for movies
Series: Television
Box   59
Folder   6
One-Act Play Project - correspondence, notes, format, 1950
Tales of the Vikings
Correspondence
Box   59
Folder   7-19
General, 1956 February-1962 February
Box   59
Folder   20
Werner Wolfen, 1958 December
Box   59
Folder   21-23
United Artists, 1958-1960 October
Box   59
Folder   24
Regarding Viking Ships, 1959
Financial Records
Box   59
Folder   25
Financial advances, October 1958-October 1961
Box   59
Folder   26
Background material, contract
Box   59
Folder   27
Budget estimate
Box   59
Folder   28
Budget summaries
Employment contracts
Box   60
Folder   1
Jerome Courtland, 1958 December-1960 June
Box   60
Folder   2-3
German contracts, 1958 December-1959 September
Box   60
Folder   4-4a
Estimated cost reports, 1959 July-December
Box   60
Folder   5
Final cost reports, miscellany
Box   60
Folder   6
Weekly cost reports
Box   60
Folder   7
Insurance, 1958 October-1960 July
Invoices
Box   60
Folder   8
Bavaria-Atelier Gesellschaft, Bavaria Film Kunst
Box   60
Folder   9
Deutsch Bank check payments, Carlton Film Invoices, TV series invoices
Box   60
Folder   10-11
Petty cash summaries
Box   60
Folder   12
Final reports on individual shows
Box   60
Folder   13
Sales reports, 1959 September-October
Box   60
Folder   14-19
Television settlement statements, 1961- 1969
Production Files
Box   60
Folder   20
Cast list and biographies
Box   60
Folder   21
Equipment inventory, 1959 August-1961 April
Box   60
Folder   22
Shooting schedule, cutting schedule, inventory lists, studio price lists
Promotion and Publicity
Box   60
Folder   23
Promotional material, September-November 1959
Box   60
Folder   24-25
Copy
Box   60
Folder   26
Ads
Scripts of Individual Episodes
Box   60
Folder   27
“The Giantkiller” / by Sid Morse; Script Listings
Box   60
Folder   28
“Port of Thieves,” “King of the Vikings,” and “Princess Kathleen”
Box   61
Folder   1
“Shipwreck” / by Robert Mitchell
Box   61
Folder   2
“Treasure of Erin” and “House Divided,” / both by Bill Barrett
Indian Fighter
Box   61
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1958-1960
Box   61
Folder   4
Literary material, 1959 January-1967 April
Financial Records
Box   61
Folder   5
Contracts, production costs, promotion
Box   61
Folder   6
Financing, 1959 January-April
Box   61
Folder   7
Insurance, 1958 June-1969 May
Box   61
Folder   9
Production files, 1958 May-1960 July
Scripts
Box   61
Folder   9
Background material, story (rough draft), story outline
Box   61
Folder   10
Scripts, 1959
Report From Space
Box   61
Folder   11
Correspondence regarding development, 1958- 1959
Box   61
Folder   12
Financial records, casting, promotion, clippings
Box   61
Folder   13
Script, “And the Moon Be Still As Bright;” background material
Spartacus
Box   61
Folder   14
Television Spectacular, correspondence with Bob Wells, 1960 August-September
Box   61
Folder   15
Literary material, 1959 July-December
Box   61
Folder   16
Financial records, 1959 February-August
Scripts
Box   61
Folder   17
Synopsis by J. Fulton, 1959 January 19
Box   61
Folder   18
First draft of pilot script, “The Wooden Sword” / by Cyril Hume, including treatment of epilogue, 1959 April 3
Box   61
Folder   19
Pilot script and sales presentation by Hume, undated
The Ken Murray Show
Box   61
Folder   21
Script, 1950
The United States Steel Hour
Box   61
Folder   22
Script, “Heaven Can Wait,” 1950
Kirk Douglas Reads the Bible
Box   61
Folder   23
Correspondence, 1950 August
Box   61
Folder   23
Scripts, notes
Strange Harvest
Box   61
Folder   24
Correspondence, contract, finance, 1953
Goodyear Television Playhouse
Box   61
Folder   25
Script, “Spring Reunion” / by Robert Alan Aurthur, 1954 April 11
The Jack Benny Show
Box   61
Folder   26
Script, contracts, 1954
The United States Steel Hour
Box   61
Folder   27
Script, “The Last Notch,” 1954 March 12
The George Gobel Show
Box   61
Folder   28
Script, 1955 March 5
Colgate Variety Hour
Box   61
Folder   29
Correspondence, 1955 October-November
Box   61
Folder   29
Script, clippings
The Perry Como Show
Box   61
Folder   30
Correspondence, 1955 November-December
Box   61
Folder   30
Script, clippings
Ed Sullivan Show
Box   61
Folder   31
Correspondence, 1956 August
Box   61
Folder   31
Script, clippings
The General Motors 50th Anniversary Show
Box   61
Folder   32
Correspondence, 1957 November-1958 April
Box   61
Folder   32
Schedules, script
Television Interviews
Box   61
Folder   33
Person to Person, 1957 January
Box   61
Folder   33
Mike Wallace, 1957 November
Box   61
Folder   33
Dave Garroway, 1958 June
Box   61
Folder   33
Miscellany
Steve Allen Show
Box   61
Folder   34
Correspondence, 1958 May
Box   61
Folder   34
Script
Port of Call
Box   61
Folder   35
Correspondence, 1958 December-1960 March
Box   61
Folder   35
Script
Academy Awards Show
Box   61
Folder   36
Correspondence, 1958 March-April
Box   61
Folder   36
Script
Box   61
Folder   36
Correspondence, 1959 April-May
You Asked For It
Box   61
Folder   37
Correspondence, 1960 January
Box   61
Folder   37
Casting biographies, promotion, station schedules
Cortez and the Legend
Box   61
Folder   38
Correspondence, contract, 1967 April
Legend of Silent Night
Box   61
Folder   39
Correspondence, 1968 May-1969 January
Box   61
Folder   39
Script
Gulliver's Travels
Box   61
Folder   40
Correspondence, 1967 July-1968 November
Box   61
Folder   41
Synopsis by Saul Turteltaub and Bernie Orenstein, undated
Box   61
Folder   42
Treatment by Norman Prescott and Lou Scheimer (television adaptation), undated
The World From My Window
Box   62
Folder   1
Script, 1970 April
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Box   62
Folder   2
Script for a television musical by Sherman Yellen, 1972 or 1973
Box   62
Folder   3
Script for dramatic version by Yellen, undated
Box   62
Folder   4
Script for a musical by Yellen, annotated, undated
Box   62
Folder   5
Script for television musical by Yellen, undated
Mike Douglas Show
Box   62
Folder   6
Correspondence and papers, 1975- 1976
The Moneychangers
Box   62
Folder   7
Production file, 1976
Box   62
Folder   8
Shooting schedule, 1976
Box   62
Folder   9-12
Script by Dean Riesner and Stanford Whitmore, 1976 June 25
Victory at Entebbe
Box   62
Folder   13-14
Final script by Ernest Kinoy, 1976 November 6
Kirk Douglas' Special on Religion - The Spiritual Renaissance
Box   62
Folder   15
Synopsis, undated
The Special London Bridge Special
Box   62
Folder   16
Script by Marty Farrell, Marc B. Ray, Ronnie Cass and Donald Ross, including script breakdown, undated
Thoreau - Live at U.C.L.A.
Box   62
Folder   17
Treatment for a television special, undated
Series: Theater
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Note: Later files include records of motion picture production.
Box   62
Folder   18
General papers, 1963 July-1973 April
Box   62
Folder   19
Correspondence with Seven Arts-Warner Brothers, 1963 March-1976 March
Box   62
Folder   20
Literary material, 1962 February-1976 March
Correspondence and contracts
Box   62
Folder   21
William Blatty, 1969 January-1970 January
Box   62
Folder   22
Kirk Douglas, 1963-1969 August
Box   62
Folder   23
George R. Hill, circa 1962
Box   62
Folder   24
Sidney Lumet, circa 1963
Box   62
Folder   25
Dale Wasserman, 1962 January-1970 November
Financial Records
Box   62
Folder   26
Expenditures, 1962 November-1971 October
Box   62
Folder   27
Statements, 1963 November-1969 March
Box   62
Folder   28
Publicity, 1962 July-1969 October
Scripts
Box   63
Folder   1
Play (with correspondence), circa 1962-1970 November
Box   63
Folder   2
Pre-first draft by William Peter Blatty, ante 1962
Box   63
Folder   3
First draft by Blatty, ante 1962
Box   63
Folder   4
First draft by Dale Wasserman, 1962 April 20
Box   63
Folder   5
Second first draft by Wasserman, after 1962 April 20
Box   63
Folder   6
Second draft by Wasserman, 1963 February 25
Box   63
Folder   7
Final by Lawrence Hauben, 1974 March 18
Heart to Heart
Box   63
Folder   8
Correspondence and production file, 1975- 1976
Citizen Tom Paine
Box   63
Folder   9
General correspondence, 1976- 1977
Murderous Angels
Box   63
Folder   10
Script by Conor Cruise O'Brien, undated
Sergeant Steiner
Box   63
Folder   11
Script by Julius J. Epstein, undated
Series: Radio
This is Hollywood
Box   63
Folder   12
Script, “The Strange Love of Martha Ivers,” 1947 April 13
Escape
Scripts
Box   63
Folder   13
“Leiningen Versus the Ants,” 1948 January 14
Box   63
Folder   13
“A Shipment of Mute Fate,” 1949 March 13
Box   63
Folder   13
“Confidential Agent,” 1949 April 2
Box   63
Folder   13
“Three Skeleton Key,” 1950 March 17
Box   63
Folder   13
“The Shanghai Document,” undated
Prudential Family Hour of Stars
Scripts
Box   63
Folder   14
“Winterset,” 1949 October 30
Box   63
Folder   14
“Great Gatsby,” 1950 January 1
Box   63
Folder   14
“Night Must Fall,” 1950 February 5
The Champion
Box   63
Folder   15
Scripts, 1949 October 13, 1950 March 17
Suspense
Scripts
Box   63
Folder   16
“Never Steal a Butcher's Wife,” 1950 February 9
Box   63
Folder   16
“A Watery Grave,” 1952 February 6
The Chesterfield Supper Club
Box   63
Folder   17
Script, 1950 March 2
The Screen Publicists Guild Show
Box   63
Folder   18
Script, “The Roaring Road - The Story of Wallace Reid,” 1950 May 13
Box   63
Folder   19
Show ideas; interview, 1950 June 13
Theatre Guild on the Air
Box   63
Folder   20
“Boomerang,” 1950 December 17
Box   63
Folder   21
Bryna Productions - general, 1950- 1953
Detective Story
Box   63
Folder   22
Script, 1954 April 26
The Old Boy
Box   63
Folder   23
Script, undated
The Word
Box   63
Folder   24
Script, undated
The Great Mouthpiece
Box   63
Folder   25
Script, undated
George Washington Carver Memorial Program
Box   63
Folder   26
Script, undated
MCHC80-046
Part 2 (MCHC80-046): Additions, 1955-1978
Physical Description: 2.0 c.f. (2 record center cartons) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1955-1978, include correspondence, financial and business records pertaining to Bryna Productions projects and personal projects of Douglas, including National Suicide Prevention. Records also include production and promotion materials for the Bryna Productions film Ride Out for Revenge (1957), as well as scripts for films such as In Harm's Way, An American Dream, and The Indian Fighter.
Box   1
Folder   1
American Film Institute, 1975-1978
Box   1
Folder   2
Bahamas, Cat Cay, 1975-1976
Bryna
Box   1
Folder   3
American Broadcasting Company, correspondence, 1975-1976
Box   1
Folder   4
Cinema 70 Incorporated, correspondence, 1976
Box   1
Folder   5
Columbia Broadcasting Company, correspondence, 1975-1976
Box   1
Folder   6
Motion Picture Association of America, ratings, 1975
Box   1
Folder   7
National Broadcasting Company, correspondence, 1975-1978
Box   1
Folder   8-9
Submissions A-Z, 1970
Box   1
Folder   10-12
Submissions-Literary A-Z, 1974-1977
Box   1
Folder   13
Town Without Pity, employment, Grayson, Dave, 1960-1961
Box   1
Folder   14
Town Without Pity, employment, Schorr, W., 1960-1961
Box   1
Folder   15
Town Without Pity, employment, Trumbo, D., 1960-1961
Box   1
Folder   16
Town Without Pity, legal, 1960-1969
Box   1
Folder   17
A Very Special Baby, 1955-1962
Box   1
Folder   18
A Very Special Baby, press clippings and reviews, 1956
Box   1
Folder   19
Window Washer, general correspondence, 1970-1971
Box   1
Folder   20
Window Washer, literary purchase agreement, 1971
Box   1
Folder   21
Correspondence, Grade, Sir Lew, 1975-1976
Box   1
Folder   22
Heart to Heart, press, 1975
Box   1
Folder   23
InterComm Press Relations Associated Inc., 1976-1977
It's Not for Me to Say
Box   1
Folder   24
Biography, Allen, Robert, undated
Box   1
Folder   25
General correspondence, 1957-1958
Joel Productions
Box   1
Folder   26
Seat of Power, employment, Mann, Abby, 1968-1970
Box   1
Folder   27
Seat of Power, Stolkin, Ralph, 1967-1968
Box   1
Folder   28
Man Without a Star, publicity, 1955
Box   1
Folder   29
Mehta, Zubin, 1977
Box   1
Folder   30
National Suicide Prevention, 1976-1977
Box   1
Folder   31
National Suicide Prevention media information binder, 1976-1977
Ride Out for Revenge
Box   2
Folder   1
Advertisement billing, 1957
Box   2
Folder   2
Correspondence, Beck, Mike, 1957-1958
Box   2
Folder   3
Biographies, undated
Box   2
Folder   4
Cast and credit sheets, undated
Box   2
Folder   5
General correspondence, 1957
Box   2
Folder   6
Press releases, undated
Box   2
Folder   7
Previews, 1957
Box   2
Folder   8
Synopsis, undated
Box   2
Folder   9
United Artists, correspondence, 1957
Box   2
Folder   10
United Artists, releases and stills, 1957
Scripts
Box   2
Folder   11
An American Dream, 1965
Box   2
Folder   12
The Bronc Rider, 1968
Box   2
Folder   13
The Bronc Rider, 1969
Box   2
Folder   14
Holocaust: first draft, 1977 January
Box   2
Folder   15
The Indian Fighter, 1959
Box   2
Folder   16-17
In Harm's Way, undated
Box   2
Folder   18
United Artists, settlement papers, 1955-1957
M86-573
Part 3 (M86-573): Additions, 1985
Physical Description: 2 films 
Scope and Content Note: Two 35 mm prints of the tele-feature Amos starring Kirk Douglas.
M87-126
Part 4 (M87-126): Additions, 1977
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder) 
Scope and Content Note: Script to the screenplay Holocaust 2000 or The Chosen, by Sergio Donati and others, April 14, 1977.
M91-014
Part 5 (M91-014): Additions, circa 1960
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder) 
Scope and Content Note: A file identified as “Spartacus, 1 file, untitled (correspondence) regarding Dalton Trumbo,” and containing a lengthy report on Spartacus by Trumbo (“The Two Conflicting Points of View on Spartacus”), and correspondence, mostly between Eddie Lewis and Sam Jackson. All material is photocopied.