Draper Manuscripts: Kentucky Papers, 1768-1892

Container Title
M2011-037
Series: Part 5 (M2011-037): Additions, 1960-2008
Physical Description: 55.6 c.f. (137 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 card file box), 11 audio cassettes, 19 computer discs, and 1 computer game on 3 DVDs 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1960-2008, to the Joseph McBride Collection, containing research notes, and records of book and article preparation. The additions mainly cover four broad areas: Frank Capra (McBride biography published in 1992); John Ford (McBride biography published in 2001); Steven Spielberg (McBride biography published in 1997); Orson Welles (mcBride books published in 1972, 1977, 1996, and 2006). Research materials consist of notes on archival collections, clippings, interviews with the subjects and their associates (family, friends, and professional colleagues), and notes on their films and other works. In addition there are research notes, drafts, and correspondence about other books and articles by McBride, including his file on his articles, 1960-2008.
Access Restrictions: The audio tapes in M2011-037 may not be listened to without the written consent of Joseph McBride.
Personal
Box   1
Folder   1
Vita, 1993
Correspondence
Box   1
Folder   2-3
Greeting cards, letters from family and friends
Box   1
Folder   4
Phone messages, 1992 January-February
Box   1
Folder   5
Miscellaneous business correspondence
Box   1
Folder   6-7
Email correspondence, 2001-2002
Box   1
Folder   8
Correspondence with Michael Coyne regarding the proofs of his book, American Political Films, 2007
Box   2
Folder   1
Stephen Humphries, “Movie Trends: Films Push Boundary of Onscreen Sex,” Christian Science Monitor (2004 September 3): 13 and 15, clipping of article on the film Brown Bunny which cites an interview with McBride; card with note of thanks by Humphries.
Box   2
Folder   2
Correspondence with Jean Oppenheimer and notes on discussion
Box   2
Folder   3
Correspondence with Abraham Polonsky, Roger Corman, and Burt Kennedy, mostly 1995 July
Box   2
Folder   4
Correspondence with Lelia Ruckenstein, regarding her becoming his agent, 1995
Box   2
Folder   5-7
Correspondence with Richard Parks (McBride's agent), 1997-2001
Box   2
Folder   8
Correspondence with Janice Gallagher of Lowell House Press asking about opportunities as a copy editor, 1993
Box   2
Folder   9
Notes, correspondence, clippings on Hollywood-related projects
Box   2
Folder   10
Miscellaneous correspondence on book and article projects
Box   2
Folder   11
List of submissions of scripts by McBride, 1982
Box   2
Folder   12
To the Smithsonian Institution regarding permission for their use of extracts from McBride's books in their catalogs
Box   2
Folder   13
Profile of Joseph McBride by Joe Cinciotti, New York Times, 1992 April
Note: Also includes correspondence.
Box   2
Folder   14
Research on literary awards, 1992
Box   3
Folder   1
Job applications
Note: For a post at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1996; for the editorship of the Almanac Calendar, 2000; for the editorship of Written By, 1998.
Box   3
Folder   2
Letters of recommendation
Note: Letter to Judge Terry Friedman regarding Michael Dare; blurb for Ray Greene's book Hollywood Migraine; blurb for Stephen Crane; letter of recommendation for Tom Thurman, 2005.
Box   3
Folder   3
Correspondence with David Weddle, including providing a blurb for his book on Sam Peckinpah, 1994
Box   3
Folder   4
Correspondence with Hubert Cornfield regarding his draft autobiography, 2001
Box   139
Appointment books, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1992-2001, and 2003
Entries on Joseph McBride in directories
Box   3
Folder   5
Contemporary Authors, 1979 and 2008
Box   3
Folder   6
Gale Research vita
Box   3
Folder   7
Who's Who in Entertainment questionnaire, 1988
Box   3
Folder   8
Writers Guild of America, West, directory, 1979
Invitations to events, lectures, etc.
Box   3
Folder   9
The Filmex Society, An Evening with Elizabeth Taylor: brochure, 1981 November 8
Box   3
Folder   10
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), interview of McBride by Geoff Pevere, 1993 January
Note: Includes correspondence, notes.
Box   3
Folder   11
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Centennial Tribute to Fred Astaire: program brochure, 1999 May 14
Box   3
Folder   12
Talk to Palo Alto High School Journalism class, 2001 October 4
Box   3
Folder   13
Invitation to Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, Pordenone, Italy, 2001 October 13-20
Box   3
Folder   14
Talks at Pacifica Library, Pacifica, California
Note: On Fahrenheit 451, October 17, 2003 and Primary and Unprecedented, October 22, 2004.
Box   3
Folder   15
Appearance at San Francisco Korean-American Film Festival, 2006 February 7-12
Box   3
Folder   16
50th anniversary celebration of Vertigo, Mission San Juan Bautista, California, 2007 October 5-7
Employment and Professional Service
American Film Institute
Box   138
Folder   1
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television: John Ford, 1973
Note: Brochure.
Box   41
Folder   7
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television: John Ford, 1973 (continued)
Box   138
Folder   2
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television: James Cagney, 1974
Note: Brochure.
Box   138
Folder   3
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television: Orson Welles, 1975
Note: Brochure.
Box   138
Folder   4
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: Bette Davis, 1977
Note: Brochure.
Box   3
Folder   17
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: Alfred Hitchcock, 1979
Note: Brochure; award dinner guest seating list; text of presentation by George Stevens Jr.; photocopies of four 8x10 black-and-white photographs (for originals, see Photographs).
Box   138
Folder   5
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: James Stewart, 1980
Note: Brochure.
Box   3
Folder   18
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: Fred Astaire, 1981
Note: Brochure.
Box   11
Folder   25
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: Frank Capra, 1982 March 4
Note: Brochure, press book and clippings.
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: John Huston, 1983
Box   3
Folder   19
Clippings book
Box   3
Folder   20
Correspondence
Box   4
Folder   1
AFI Award for Life Achievement in Film and Television: Lillian Gish, 1984
Note: Correspondence with Kevin Brownlow of Thames Television, George Stevens Jr., and Fay Wray regarding the awards ceremony; certified copy of Lillian Gish's birth certificate.
Box   72
Folder   3
AFI Life Achievement Award: Steven Spielberg, 1995
100 Years . . . 100 Movies: War and Peace
Note: Cable TV special written by McBride for the AFI and TNT, 1998.
Box   4
Folder   2
Correspondence, outline
Box   4
Folder   3-4
Interview transcripts
Note: Interviews by Richard Schickel with Curtis Hanson, Oliver Stone, Clint Eastwood, Robert Towne, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Spielberg; as well as Mel Stuart interview with Woody Allen.
Box   4
Folder   5
Correspondence, 2006
Note: Regarding book of interviews at AFI life achievement awards.
Daily Variety
Box   4
Folder   6
McBride's application for re-employment by Cahners Publishing Company, the publishers of Daily Variety, 1989 March 5
Box   4
Folder   7
Correspondence and telephone messages, 1980-1981
Box   4
Folder   8
Photocopy of Catherine Siepp, “Here's to the Trades!,” Buzz (March 1997): 48-52
Note: Including discussion of McBride's Variety review of Patriot Games.
Box   4
Folder   9-11
Clippings of articles and reviews in Variety by McBride, 1980-1981
Box   4
Folder   12
Photocopies of Variety reviews, credited to “Mac” (McBride), 1990
Box   4
Folder   13
Correspondence with Lem Dobbs about the credits for The Hard Way, 1992 June
Box   4
Folder   14
Review by McBride of Beauty and the Beast, 1991
Note: Draft, film notes, pressbook.
Box   5
Folder   1
Review of The Prince of Tides, 1991
Note: Drafts, film notes, pressbook.
Box   5
Folder   2
Article on Philippe Mora's Hitler film project, 1992
Note: Drafts.
Box   5
Folder   3
News story on the Directors Guild of America granting Charles Champlin life membership, 1992 February
Box   5
Folder   4
Letter from Gilbert Cates on a Variety article on him by McBride, 1992 May 29
Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA)
Box   5
Folder   5
LAFCA stationery
Box   5
Folder   6
Membership list and card, 2000
Box   5
Folder   7
Correspondence and clippings regarding LAFCA's refusal to give Elia Kazan a lifetime achievement award in 1996 and in 1999
Box   5
Folder   8-9
Correspondence regarding 1995 LAFCA Achievement Awards, 1995-1996
Box   5
Folder   10
Opening speeches and introduction of Joan Allen at the 1995 Awards
Note: Speeches given by McBride.
Box   6
Folder   1
Correspondence regarding 1996 LAFCA Achievement Awards, 1996-1997
Box   6
Folder   2
Invitations and replies to invitations to 1996 Awards
Box   6
Folder   3
Voting for 1996 Lifetime Achievement Award to Roger Corman
Box   6
Folder   4
Coverage of the 1996 Awards on Cinemania website
Box   6
Folder   5
LAFCA members' meeting, 1997 June
Box   6
Folder   6
Correspondence with Manohla Dargis about the administration of the LAFCA Achievement Awards, 1997
Box   6
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1999-2001
Note: With program booklets for 1998 and 1999 Awards ceremonies.
Box   6
Folder   8
Joseph McBride, “Remarks on Billy Wilder,” 1995 January 17
Note: Speech at presentation of Los Angeles Film Critics' Association's career achievement award: computer-printed typescript.
Teaching
Box   6
Folder   9
Workshop on “The Depiction of the Irish and Irish-Americans in Film,” New College of San Francisco, 1998 November 21
Note: Includes syllabus; correspondence with Ruth O'Hara; courses, 2003.
Research and Publications
Frank Capra
Box   6
Folder   10
Writings by Frank Capra

Scope and Content Note
  • “The Master Mind”: photocopy of handwritten copy of short story written by Capra while at college
  • “The Gag Man”: photocopies of original (also Harry Langdons contribution to the same book) and reprint in Richard Koszarski, Hollywood Directors, 1914-1940 (Oxford University Press, 1976), pp. 181-185
  • “Did I Make You Laugh?” (no source given)
  • “What Is Smut Worth?”, Hollywood Reporter (May 31, 1934)
  • “Frank Capra Tells All,” New York Times (December 16, 1934): 4X
  • “Sacred Cows to the Slaughter,” Stage (July 1936): 40-41
  • “An Onion Can Make You Cry, But There Is Yet to Be Invented a Vegetable that Can Make You Laugh”: typescript of article for Isskustvo Kino (January 1964)
  • “Fun in a Sicily Madhouse,” Philadelphia Daily News (March 31, 1972): 3F and F9
Box   6
Folder   11
Published interviews with Capra
Box   6
Folder   12
Drafts of speeches by Capra (“LAA speech notes”)
Box   6
Folder   13
Letters to and from Capra
Note: Correspondents include Eugene DeRue, Edward Bernds, Gary Cooper, and Kevin Thomas.
Box   6
Folder   14
Clippings about Capra
Critical articles on Capra
Box   7
Folder   1
General
Box   7
Folder   2
Articles by Neil Hurley, S.J.
Box   7
Folder   3
Special issue of Positif, 1971 December
Note: Photocopy of pp. 4-75 and 88-93.
Box   7
Folder   4
Special issue of Film Comment, 1972 November-December
Research
Box   7
Folder   5
Chronology
Box   7
Folder   6
Meet Frank Capra: A Catalog of His Work / filmography by AFI catalogers, 1990
Box   7
Folder   6
“Bio-filmographie de Frank Capra” / Olivier Comte and Olivier Eyquem
Box   7
Folder   7
McBride's correspondence with Kevin Brownlow about Capra
Box   7
Folder   8
Kevin Brownlow/Philip Jenkinson interview with Capra
Box   7
Folder   9
Correspondence with Patrick McGilligan about Capra
Box   7
Folder   10
Correspondence with Marc Wanamaker of Bison Archives about Capra
Box   7
Folder   11-12
Miscellaneous research notes and correspondence
Box   7
Folder   13
Marriage certificates and associated correspondence
Box   7
Folder   14
Early life in Sicily
Box   7
Folder   15
Immigration to the United States
Box   7
Folder   16
“Downtown L.A. (E. 1st St.) Landsearch”: Capra's Los Angeles residences
Throop College of Technology (now California Institute of Technology)
Box   8
Folder   1
Miscellaneous, circa 1981
Note: Includes correspondence; clippings; list of instructors and students, undated; alumni directory, 1981; photocopies of Caltech publications on Caltech history; and Caltech oral history project interviews.
Box   8
Folder   2-3
Throop Tech Annual, 1916, 1917
Box   8
Folder   4
Throop Tech Graduation Number, 1918 September
Box   27
Folder   7
The Throop Tech (student magazine): photocopies, 1917 October-December
Box   27
Folder   8
The Throop Tech (student magazine): notes, 1918 January
Box   8
Folder   5
The Tech (Throop student magazine), 1918
Box   8
Folder   6
“Reno”: clippings, notes and photocopies of documents regarding Capra and Tri-State, Motion Pictures in Reno, Nevada, 1919
Box   8
Folder   7
Clippings, early 1920s
Columbia Pictures Corporation
Box   8
Folder   8
Columbia Pictures, and Harry and Jack Cohn
Box   8
Folder   9
Script department: miscellaneous photocopies
Note: Film continuities filed with film title files.
Box   8
Folder   10
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library photocopies
Note: Including telegrams to the President from Capra as AMPAS Vice President, mostly to do with the wartime documentaries.
Box   8
Folder   11
Directors Guild of America
World War II
Box   8
Folder   12
Capra and the War
Box   8
Folder   13
The Army-Navy Screen Magazine: photocopies
Box   9
Folder   1
Capra's property in Fallbrook, California
Box   9
Folder   2
House Committee on Un-American Activities and blacklisting
Box   9
Folder   3
Obituaries
Box   26
Folder   1
Miscellaneous notes
Box   26
Folder   2
Notes, mainly on references in the journals Variety, Film Daily, and Moving Picture World
Box   26
Folder   3
Critical articles on Capra's career and films
Box   26
Folder   4
Clippings: “early articles”
McBride interviews with Capra: transcripts and notes
Box   26
Folder   5
Handwritten interview notes
Box   26
Folder   6
Transcripts and notes, Capra tapes
Box   26
Folder   7
Typed transcripts
Box   26
Folder   8
Interview transcripts, after 1984
Box   26
Folder   12
“His Stroke,” 1985
Box   26
Folder   13
Frank Capra tapes, 1985 May 16
Name Above the Title (NAT) / Frank Capra
Note: Notes on manuscript of Capra's autobiography.
Box   26
Folder   9
“NAT uncut and other”
Box   26
Folder   10
“NAT uncut transcriptions 5-8”
Box   26
Folder   11
“NAT uncut transcriptions (Later)”
Box   27
Folder   1
Sicilian background
Box   27
Folder   2
Journey to America
Box   27
Folder   3
Childhood sites
Manual Arts High School, Los Angeles
Box   27
Folder   4
Miscellaneous notes and photocopies
Box   27
Folder   5
Manual Arts Yearbook, 1915 Winter
Note: With notes on interview with Frank Capra on AMPAS and the DGA, May 1, 1985, on reverse of 23 pages.
Box   27
Folder   6
Notes
Box   27
Folder   9
Pasadena, including Anoakia and the Pasadena Playhouse
Box   27
Folder   10-11
Filmmaking in San Francisco
Note: Including extensive correspondence and notes on conversations with Geoffrey Bell, author of The Golden Gate and the Silent Screen.
Box   28
Folder   1
Silent Cinema: notes on films
Box   28
Folder   2
Columbia Pictures Corporation
Box   28
Folder   3
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Box   28
Folder   4
World War II
Box   28
Folder   5
Visit to Italy for the USIS, 1977
People
Note: Research into and interviews with relations, friends and professional associates of Capra. Unless otherwise stated, the interviewer is McBride; some interviews are written records of phone conversations.
Box   9
Folder   4
Lists of actual and potential interviewees
Box   28
Folder   6
Interview lists
Box   9
Folder   5
Correspondence regarding interviews
Box   28
Folder   7
Olin L. Armstrong: interview (with Mrs. Vivian Rule Armstrong)
Jean Arthur
Box   28
Folder   8
Interviews, 1984 August 26, 1986 April 2, 1987 October 14, 17, November 19
Note: Clippings (including obituary by Joseph McBride, Daily Variety, June 21, 1991).
Box   28
Folder   9
Steven L. Bauer, Jean Arthur: photocopy, 1987
Box   28
Folder   10
Baldwin M. Baldwin: research correspondence, clippings
Box   9
Folder   6
Geoffrey Bell: interview, 1985 May 26, July 11
Box   28
Folder   11
Ralph Bellamy: interviews, 1984 August 16-17
Edward Bernds
Note: See also Box 145, folder 13; Box 120, folder 1; Box 134, folder 4.
Box   28
Folder   12
Diaries: photocopies, 1935-1943
Box   29
Folder   1-2
“Edited interview with Ed Bernds, by Leonard Maltin and Joseph McBride, for his book Mr. Bernds Goes to Hollywood” hand-written redaction of interview, 1984 July 17
Note: Also includes notes on interview and diaries.
Box   29
Folder   3
Typescript extracts from Edward Bernds' autobiography
Note: Published as Mr. Bernds Goes to Hollywood, Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 1999; notes on conversations.
Box   29
Folder   4
Articles photocopied for Ed Bernds, 1994 April
Note: Hal Hall, “An Interview with Frank Capra,” American Cinematographer (February 1931): 20 and 38; Joseph Walker, “Putting the Realism into Dirigible,” American Cinematographer (1931 August): 15 and 20; Edward Buscombe, “Notes on Columbia Pictures Corporation 1926-41,” Screen (August 1975): 65-82.
Box   29
Folder   5
Obituaries
Box   9
Folder   7
Herbert Biberman: correspondence
Note: From WCFTR collection.
Box   9
Folder   8
Joe Biroc: interview, 1984 August 10
Box   29
Folder   6
David Blangsted: interviews, 1988 April 23-24
Box   29
Folder   7
Josephine Bondi: interview, 1985 February 21
Box   29
Folder   8
Frank Bonfiglio: interview, 1985 February 13
Box   29
Folder   9
Lyman Bonner: interviews, 1985 April 24, 26
Box   29
Folder   10
Priscilla Bonner: notes on conversation, undated
Box   9
Folder   9
Harold Buchman: Variety obituary by McBride and research notes
Note: Includes material on Harold's brother Sidney.
Box   9
Folder   10
Sidney Buchman: interview with Bertrand Tavernier
Box   9
Folder   11
Carol Bugé: interview
Box   9
Folder   12
Earle A. Burt and Mrs. Burt: interviews, 1984 September 6
Box   9
Folder   13
John Byers: interview, 1986 May 6
Box   9
Folder   14
Isabel Martin Campbell: interview, 1984 August 9
Box   29
Folder   11
Josephine (Giuseppina) Leone Campiglia: interviews, 1985 February 13, June 15
Box   29
Folder   12
Josephine Campisi: interviews, 1985-1987
Note: Including dates: January 22, 1985; February 1, 1985, with Joe Finochio; February 19, 1985; June 16, 1985; August 12, 1985; October 12, 1985; January 21, 1986; February 22, 1986; April 3, 26, 1986; May 12, 1986; May 17, 1987.
Box   29
Folder   13
Ben Capra: interview by Joe Finochio, 1965 June 15
Box   29
Folder   14
Bernadette Capra (Mrs. Remo Capra): interviews, 1985 February 25, October 29
Box   9
Folder   15
Chris Capra: interview, 1986 October 25
Box   29
Folder   15
Everest (Evaristo) Capra: interview, 1986 October 30
Box   29
Folder   16
Frank Capra Jr.: interview, 1987 October 30
Box   9
Folder   16
Julio (Joe) Capra: clipping and notes, 1988 May 2
Box   9
Folder   17
Lucille Capra Bruch: interview, 1987 November 5
Box   9
Folder   18
Lucille Reyburn Capra: clippings, mostly obituaries
Box   29
Folder   17
Marguerite Capra (Mrs. Tony Capra): interviews, 1985 February 10, 1986 October 25
Box   29
Folder   18
Remo Capra: interview, 1986 October 25
Box   29
Folder   19
Samuel W. Capra: interviews 1985 February 2, 1986 April 3
Box   29
Folder   20
Tom Capra: correspondence, interviews, 1986 May 7, 1987 November 5
Box   29
Folder   21
Tony Capra: interview by Joe Finochio, 1982-1983
Note: Transcript of earlier tape.
Box   9
Folder   19
Harry Carey and Harry Carey Jr.: clippings
Box   29
Folder   22
Fanya Graham Carter: interview
Box   29
Folder   23
Phyllis Chapman: interview, 1986 April 26
Box   29
Folder   24
Philip S. Clarke: interviews, 1985? September 27, 1986 January 23
Box   29
Folder   25
Harry Cohn: notes on Bob Thomas' book King Cohn: The Life and Times of Harry Cohn (New York: Putnam, 1967)
Box   9
Folder   20
Claudette Colbert: interview, 1981 December 19
Box   9
Folder   21
C.C. Coleman Jr.: interview, undated
Box   29
Folder   26
Shirley Collier: interview, 1986 October 4
Box   29
Folder   27
Gay Collins (Mrs. Richard Collins): interview, 1986 January 23
Box   9
Folder   22
Ned Comstock: notes
Box   9
Folder   23
Scoop Conlon: notes on Conlon's autobiography
Box   9
Folder   24
Robert W. Craig: interview
Box   9
Folder   25
Dresser Dahlstead: interview, undated
Box   29
Folder   28
Viola Dana (Viola Dana Thompson): interviews, 1985 January 27, February 8, July 9
Box   29
Folder   29
James D'Arc: interview, undated
Box   9
Folder   26
Eugene DeRue: interviews, 1984? July 24, 28, 31, 1985 January 26
Box   29
Folder   30
James H. Doolittle: interviews, clippings, 1984 July 30, 1987 October 6
Box   29
Folder   31
Josephine Daniels Doolittle: interview
Box   29
Folder   32
Millson William Downs: interview, 1984 July 31
Box   29
Folder   33
Lillian Shattuck Draves: interview
Box   29
Folder   34
Edward Dryhurst: interview, correspondence, 1986 March 16
Box   29
Folder   35
Philip Dunne: interview, undated
Box   29
Folder   36
Helen Jerome Eddy: Motion Picture Magazine 18, no. 8 (1919 September), including Elizabeth Peltret, “An Untroubled Eddy in the Silverscreen Stream,” pp. 58-59 and 111; interview
Box   9
Folder   27
Julius Epstein: notes
Box   29
Folder   37
Louis Essick: interview with Harry Rex, speaking with Essick; interview recorded by Harry Rex, sent to McBride, 1985 March 14
Box   29
Folder   38
Joe Finochio (see also Josephine Campisi): interviews
Note: Including dates: February 10, 1985; February 11, 1985, with Victoria Buchellato Finochio, his wife; February 12, 1985, with Mrs. Finochio and Joe D'Amico; May 2, 1985, with Mrs. Finochio; April 8, 1985, with Mrs. Finochio; August 12, 1985, Mrs. Finochio alone; August 13, 1985.
Box   29
Folder   39
Tony Finochio: interview, 1985 February 21
Box   29
Folder   40
Robert Flaherty: notes
Box   29
Folder   41
Robert W. Flory: interviews, 1984 July 31, August 1, 2, 9
Box   30
Folder   1
George Folsey: interviews, 1984 July 25, August 3
Box   30
Folder   2
Lewis Foster: notes from AMPAS Library
Box   9
Folder   28
Mike Frankovich: clippings
Box   9
Folder   29
Henry Freulich: interview
Box   9
Folder   30
Theodor S. Geisel (Dr. Seuss): interview
Box   30
Folder   3
Robert Gitt: interview, 1986 March 16
Box   9
Folder   31
Percy Goodell: interview, 1984 September 12
Box   30
Folder   4
Stephen Goossn: transcript of interview by Kevin Brownlow, 1971
Isabelle Daniels Griffis
Box   9
Folder   32
Correspondence
Note: Between Griffis and McBride; letters to Griffis from others sent by her to McBride; letters from Capra to Griffis; clippings.
Box   9
Folder   33
Interview notes
Note: Copies and transcripts of correspondence between Griffis and Capra, 1920-1979; interviews, October 21, 1986, September 20, 1987.
Box   10
Folder   1
Interview notes in spiral-bound notebooks, 1986 October 26, November 9
Box   10
Folder   2
Karolyn Grimes: “Zuzus Petals,” Gadfly 1, no. 10 (1977 December): 16-19
Box   30
Folder   5
Kevin Gunn: interview, 1984 August 4
Box   10
Folder   3
Frank R. Hale and Jeanette Hale: interview, 1985 June 16
Box   30
Folder   6
Ruth Hammond: interview, notes and clippings, 1984 August 5
Box   30
Folder   7
Harold Harris: interview, 1986 February 23
Box   10
Folder   4
Kenneth J. Harrison: interview, August 31
Box   30
Folder   8
Rudy Hartman: interview, 1986 April 27
Box   30
Folder   9
Henry Hathaway: interview, 1984 September 13
Box   30
Folder   10
Katharine Hepburn: interviews, 1985 August 7, 10
Box   10
Folder   5
Lynford E. Hess: interview, 1984 August 8
Note: Also includes interview with his daughter, Dorothy Nelson, August 8, 1984.
Box   30
Folder   11
James E. Hill: interviews, 1985? September 11, 1986 January 23
Box   10
Folder   6
Paul Horgan: interview, 1984 November 19
Box   10
Folder   7
E.V. Hounsell: interview
Box   10
Folder   8
Helen Edith Howell (Capra): correspondence, clippings and notes
Note: Includes material on Helen Munro, eventually established as not Helen Edith Howell.
Box   30
Folder   12
Edwin Hubble: notes and clippings
Box   10
Folder   9
Ian McLellan Hunter: interview, 1984 November 16
Box   10
Folder   10
Madeleine Hurlock (Mrs. Robert E. Sherwood): interview, 1985 June 15
Box   30
Folder   13
John Huston: interview, 1986 November 13
Box   30
Folder   14
Virginia Titus Ives: interviews, 1984 August 8, July 31
Box   10
Folder   11
Altha Mudgett Jackson: interviews, 1984 August 9, 15
Box   30
Folder   15
“Jenny at Capra's” and “Josie” (Frank Capra's nurses?) interviews, 1986 February 22, 1987 August 9
Box   10
Folder   12
Don Jones: interview, 1984 November 15
Box   30
Folder   16
Donald Jones: interview, 1985 February 10
Box   30
Folder   17
Frank Keeler: interviews, 1984 September 13, 14
Box   30
Folder   18
Al Keller: interviews, 1984 July 9, August 6, 31, 1987 November 2
Box   10
Folder   13
Bill Kircher: interview, 1988 April 13
Box   10
Folder   14
Eric Knight: correspondence with Geoff Gehman and extracts from Knight's letters to Paul Rotha
Box   30
Folder   19
John and F.V. Knox: interviews, 1985 October 20, 22
Harry Langdon
Box   10
Folder   15
Correspondence and extracts from William Schelly, Harry Langdon: His Life and Films (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2008)
Box   30
Folder   20
Clippings, notes, interviews
Box   30
Folder   21
Mabel Langdon (Mrs. Harry Langdon): interview
Box   10
Folder   16
Hope Lange: interview
Box   10
Folder   17
Walter Lantz: interview, 1984 September 4
Box   10
Folder   18
Robert Lees and Fred Rinaldo: McBride obituary of Rinaldo and interview with Lees
Box   30
Folder   22
Irving “Buster” Libott: interview, undated
Box   30
Folder   23
Evelyn and Bill Loftin interviews
Note: Joint interview, 1986 February 28; interviews with Evelyn Turner Loftin, 1985 January 18, 28, 1986 February 7.
Box   10
Folder   19
Joanne Merlo Luchetta (Mrs. Frank Luchetta): interview, 1985 June 19
Box   10
Folder   20
Virginia Lynn: interviews, 1987 November 3, 1988 January 29
Box   10
Folder   21
Mickey McAdam: interview, undated
Box   10
Folder   22
G.R. McDonald: interview, 1984 September 2
Box   30
Folder   24
Bonnie Houston McLaren: interview, 1986 February 9
Box   30
Folder   25
Fred MacMurray: interview, 1984 September 13
Box   30
Folder   26
Rouben Mamoulian: interviews, 1984? July 28, 1985 February 5
Box   30
Folder   27
Samuel Marx: interview, 1985 January 31
Box   30
Folder   28
Fr. Walter Mattiato: interview, 1988 April 15
Box   30
Folder   29
Al Menasco: interview
Box   10
Folder   23
Earl Mendenhall: interviews, 1984 August 14, 16
Box   10
Folder   24
Renee Messner: interview
Note: Daughter of Tom J. Harris.
Gene Milford
Box   30
Folder   30
Interview, 1986 February 10
Box   10
Folder   25
Obituary by Joseph McBride, Daily Variety and correspondence, 1991 December 4
Box   30
Folder   31
June Mohney: interview, 1986 September 2
Box   30
Folder   32
Colleen Moore (Colleen Moore Hargrave): interview, 1986 March 8
Box   10
Folder   26
Lloyd E. Morrison: interview, 1984 August 24
Box   10
Folder   27
Carleton Moss: interview, undated
Box   10
Folder   28
Charles Newton: interview, January 29
Box   10
Folder   29
Maria (Mary) Lanza Oddo: interview, 1985 January 24
Box   30
Folder   33
Edward Paramore III: interview, January 30
Box   10
Folder   30
Dorothy Parker: clippings
Box   30
Folder   34
Edgar Peterson: interview
Box   10
Folder   31
Fred L. Poole: interview, 1984 September 4
Box   30
Folder   35
Tom Pryor: interview
Box   10
Folder   32
Donna Reed: clippings, interview, 1982 January 28
Note: Also includes notes for speech; interview by George Stevens Jr., January 18, 1982.
Box   10
Folder   33
Anne Revere: correspondence and casting list for It's a Wonderful Life
Robert Riskin
Box   30
Folder   36-38
Notes, correspondence, clippings
Box   30
Folder   39
Drafts of Joseph McBride, “Riskinesque,” Written By (1998): drafts, correspondence, photocopy of reprint in The Best American Movie Writing 1999, editors Jason Shinder and Peter Bogdanovich (New York St. Martins Press/Griffin paperback, 1999), pp. 190-202
Box   31
Folder   1
Allan Rivkin: interview, 1984 July 10, 20
Box   10
Folder   34
Hal Roach: interview
Box   31
Folder   2
Beatrice Rosenfeld: notes; interview
Box   10
Folder   35
Elaine St. Johns: interview, 1985 February 18
Box   10
Folder   36
Howland H. Sargeant: clippings
Box   31
Folder   3
Augie Scavo: interview, 1985 February 20
Box   31
Folder   4
Teresa Scavo Guzzeta: interview, 1985 February 14
Box   31
Folder   5
Philip Scheuer interview, 1985 January 30
Note: Also includes clipping of Los Angeles Times obituary, 1985 February 19.
Box   31
Folder   6
Esther Gleason Schlinger: interviews, 1985 June 15, 1986? January 19
Box   31
Folder   7
Irene Selznick: interview, 1985 July 26
Box   31
Folder   8
Mack Sennett: research notes, and notes on films
Box   31
Folder   9
David Shepard: interviews
Box   31
Folder   10
Cathy Silva: interview, 1986 January 23
Box   10
Folder   37
Charles F. Simpson: interview, 1984 August 23
Box   31
Folder   11
Alexis Smith: interview, 1985 February 1
Box   10
Folder   38
Leonard Spigelgass: clipping of obituary, New York Times, 1985 February 16
Box   31
Folder   12
John Springer: interview
Note: Including information related to Myrna Loy.
Box   10
Folder   39
Lionel Stander: interview
Box   10
Folder   40
Barbara Stanwyck: Variety obituary by McBride: research, proofs, clippings; interviews, 1984 September 10, 11
Box   10
Folder   41
George Stevens: notes on the George Stevens papers at the AMPAS Library
Box   31
Folder   13
George Stevens Jr.: interview, 1986 November 4
Box   31
Folder   14
James Stewart: interviews, notes for speech, 1982 February 3, 1988 February 9
Box   31
Folder   15
Chester Sticht: interviews, 1984?-1985
Note: Including dates: September 1, 1984?, with wife Bett Sticht; September 13, 1984?; September 15, 1984?, with Mrs. Sticht; September 16, 1985; December 17, 1985; December 19, 1985.
Box   31
Folder   16
Julie Sweeney: interviews, 1984 September 12, 1985 April 16
Box   10
Folder   42
Ted Tetzlaff: interview
Box   10
Folder   43
Irene Thill: interview
Box   31
Folder   17
Bob Thomas: interviews, 1985 April 23, May 3, July 9
Box   10
Folder   44
Kevin Thomas: interview, 1985 October 24
Box   31
Folder   18
Lois Keener Thome: interviews, 1985 January 19, 20, June 13, 22
Box   31
Folder   19
Antonino Troncale: correspondence
Note: Includes a certified copy of Frank Capra's birth certificate.
Box   31
Folder   20
Rose Troncale (Mrs. Samuel Capra): interview, 1985 February 13
Box   10
Folder   45
Dalton Trumbo: clippings
Box   31
Folder   21
Eugene Vale: interviews, 1984 August 7, 31
Box   31
Folder   22
Charles Varney Jr.: interview
Box   10
Folder   46
Howard G. Vesper: interview
Box   31
Folder   23
Gore Vidal: interview
Box   31
Folder   24
Joseph Walker: interviews, 1984 July 9, 22, 1985 January 26, undated
Note: Also includes interview with Mrs. Joseph Walker, September 4, clippings, including Daily Variety articles by McBride about Walker and the zoom lens.
Box   10
Folder   47
Irving Wallace: clippings of articles
Box   31
Folder   25
James Warner: interview
Box   10
Folder   48
Lester O. Warner: interview, 1984 September 13
Box   31
Folder   26
Roscoe (Rocky) Washington: interviews, 1986 May 11, 27
Box   31
Folder   27
Evelyn Weldon: interview, 1985 January 22
Box   31
Folder   28
Martin Wesseler: interview, 1984 September 13
Box   10
Folder   49
Irvin Willat: notes on Willat from Robert Birchards The Western in the 1920s
Box   31
Folder   29
Mabel Walker Willebrandt: clippings
Box   10
Folder   50
Gwynn Wilson, and Marion Bemis Wilson: interviews, 1984 August 15, 16
Box   31
Folder   30
Fay Wray: interviews, 1984 August 2, 13
Note: Also includes notes, November 10, 1992; clippings and correspondence regarding Wray's defense of Robert Riskin.
Box   31
Folder   31
George and Marge Yackey: interviews, 1985 December 19, 1992 January 11
Box   31
Folder   32
Max Youngstein: interview, 1991 April 12
Box   10
Folder   51
Colleen Gray Zeiser: interview, 1985 February 5
Box   10
Folder   52
Paul Ziffren: Variety obituary (by McBride?)
Works
Radio
Box   11
Folder   24
Can We Forget? (directed by Frank Capra, WABC-CBS, clipping, 1939)
Films: directed by Frank Capra unless otherwise stated
Box   10
Folder   53
Various
Box   32
Folder   1
Silent short films (pre-Columbia)
Box   32
Folder   2
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (directed by Harry Edwards, 1926)
Box   32
Folder   3
Strong Man, The (1926)
Box   32
Folder   4
Long Pants (1927)
Box   10
Folder   54
Matinee Idol, The (1928)
Box   10
Folder   55
Miracle Woman, The (1931)
Box   10
Folder   56
Platinum Blonde (1931)
Box   11
Folder   1
American Madness (1932)
Box   11
Folder   2
Forbidden (1932)
Box   11
Folder   3
Bitter Tea of General Yen, The (1933)
Box   11
Folder   4
Lady for a Day (1933)
Box   32
Folder   5
Lady for a Day (1933) (continued)
Box   11
Folder   5
Broadway Bill (1934)
Box   11
Folder   6
It Happened One Night (1934)
Box   11
Folder   7
Whole Towns Talking, The (directed by John Ford, 1935)
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
Box   11
Folder   8
General
Box   11
Folder   9
Clarence Budington Kelland short story, “Opera Hat,” American Magazine: photocopy, source of the film, 1935 April to September
Box   11
Folder   10
Lost Horizon (1937)
Box   11
Folder   11
You Can't Take It with You (1938)
Box   32
Folder   6
You Can't Take It with You (1938) (continued)
Box   11
Folder   12
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Box   11
Folder   13
Meet John Doe (1940)
Box   32
Folder   7
Meet John Doe (1941)
Box   32
Folder   8
Why We Fight series: The Nazis Strike; The Battle of Russia; The Battle of Britain; War Comes to America; Prelude to War (1942-1945)
Box   11
Folder   14
At the Front in North Africa (1943)
Box   11
Folder   15
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
Box   32
Folder   9
Negro Soldier, The (1944)
Box   11
Folder   16
Stilwell Road The (1945)
It's a Wonderful Life (1947)
Box   11
Folder   17
Clippings
Box   11
Folder   18
Script
Box   11
Folder   19
State of the Union (1948)
Box   32
Folder   10
State of the Union (1948) (continued)
Box   32
Folder   11
Riding High (1950)
Box   11
Folder   20
Fallbrook Story The (1952)
Box   11
Folder   21
Friendly Persuasion (1956)
Box   32
Folder   12
A Hole in the Head (1959), Pocketful of Miracles (1961), Rendez-vous in Space (1964)
Box   11
Folder   22
Pocketful of Miracles (1961)
Box   11
Folder   23
Marooned (directed by John Sturges, 1969)
Awards and Tributes
Box   11
Folder   25
The American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra, 1982 March 4
Note: Brochure, press book and clippings.
Box   12
Folder   1
Columbia Pictures Frank Capra Luncheon, 1985 January 23
Note: Pressbook.
Box   12
Folder   2
ACLU Torch of Liberty Awards, 1987 September 17
Note: Presskit.
Box   12
Folder   3
Directors Guild of America memorial tribute, 1991 October 25
Box   12
Folder   4
McBride's San Francisco State University courses on Frank Capra
Note: Syllabuses; examination papers; notes.
Book Preparation
Box   12
Folder   5
Proposed titles, including one by Ruth O'Hara
Box   12
Folder   6
First pages, 1983 March 1
American Madness: The Life of Frank Capra
Note: Version submitted to publisher Alfred Knopf of New York in 1987-1989, but not published.
1984-1988 draft
Box   12
Folder   7
Foreword
Box   12
Folder   8
Chapter 1
Box   12
Folder   9
Chapter 2
Box   12
Folder   10
Chapter 3
Box   12
Folder   11
Chapter 4
Box   12
Folder   12
Chapter 5
Box   12
Folder   13
Chapter 6
Box   12
Folder   14
Chapter 7
Box   12
Folder   15
Chapter 8
Note: Incorporates former Chapter 9 and 10.
Box   12
Folder   16
Chapter 9
Box   13
Folder   1
Chapter 10
Box   13
Folder   2
Chapter 11
Note: Incorporates former Chapter 12.
Box   13
Folder   3
Chapter 12
Box   13
Folder   4
Chapter 13
Box   13
Folder   5
Chapter 14
Box   13
Folder   6
Chapter 15
Box   13
Folder   7
Chapter 16
Box   13
Folder   8
Chapter 17
Box   13
Folder   9
Chapter 18
Box   13
Folder   10
Chapter 18, notes for Appendix
Box   13
Folder   11
Chapter 19
Box   14
Folder   1
Chapter 19, notes for Appendix
Box   14
Folder   2
Chapter 20
Box   14
Folder   3
“Final FN PP”
Box   14
Folder   4
“Chronology and Capra's Credits, rough notes”
Box   14
Folder   5
Filmography
Box   14
Folder   6
Draft of notes
Box   14
Folder   7
Notes for original draft
Box   14
Folder   8
Notes revised, semifinal draft
Box   14
Folder   9
Notes and acknowledgments, final revised draft
Box   15
Folder   1
Notes on sources, notes 1-20, filmography typescript drafts
Box   15
Folder   2
Worksheets, facts to check-library: worksheets
Permissions
Box   15
Folder   3
General
Box   15
Folder   4
Regarding quotations from Graham Greene
Box   15
Folder   5-7
Typescript
Box   16
Folder   1-5
Revised final draft, 1987 September 28
Box   17
Folder   1-2
Revised final draft, 1987 September 28 (continued)
Box   17
Folder   3
Notes on galleys
Box   17
Folder   4
Galley-proof correction research
Box   17
Folder   5
Correspondence regarding preview publication of extracts
Final Research
Box   32
Folder   13
Miscellaneous
Box   32
Folder   14
Final library research
Box   32
Folder   15
Capra notes
Box   32
Folder   16
Miscellaneous notes
Box   32
Folder   17
Miscellaneous data for revisions
Box   32
Folder   18
Revisions
Box   32
Folder   19
Final revisions
Box   33
Folder   1
Gwenn O'Hara, researcher, notes on various chapters
Box   33
Folder   2
Notes for statistics
Box   33
Folder   3
Chapter notes 1-17 and 19
Box   33
Folder   4
Chapter 2 notes
Box   33
Folder   5
Chapter 2 and 3 notes
Box   33
Folder   6
Chapter 3 notes
Box   33
Folder   7
Chapter 4 notes
Box   33
Folder   8
Chapter 5 notes
Box   33
Folder   9
Chapter 8 notes
Box   33
Folder   10
Chapter 10 notes
Box   33
Folder   11
Chapter 12 notes
Box   33
Folder   12
Chapter 13 (Lost Horizon) notes
Box   33
Folder   13
Chapter 15 notes
Box   33
Folder   14
Chapter 17 and 18 outlines and notes
Box   33
Folder   15
Chapter 20 notes
Box   33
Folder   16
Chapter 20 notes for Appendix
Box   33
Folder   17
Chapter 21 outlines
Box   33
Folder   18
Fixes (major)
Box   33
Folder   19
Fixes (minor)
Box   33
Folder   20
Final fixes
Frank Capra: The Catastrophe of Success
Note: Version published by Simon & Schuster, New York, 1992.
Revised typescript
Note: Includes correspondence with Robert Bender of Simon & Schuster.
Box   17
Folder   6
Chapter 1
Box   17
Folder   7
Chapter 2
Box   17
Folder   8
Chapter 3
Box   17
Folder   9
Chapter 4
Box   17
Folder   10
Chapter 5
Box   17
Folder   11
Chapter 6
Box   18
Folder   1
Chapter 7
Box   18
Folder   2
Chapter 8, cut
Box   18
Folder   3
Chapter 9 (8), revised
Box   18
Folder   4
Chapter 10 (9), revised
Box   18
Folder   5
Chapter 11 (10), revised
Box   18
Folder   6
Chapter 12 (11), revised
Box   18
Folder   7
Chapter 13 (12), revised
Box   18
Folder   8
Chapter 14 (13), revised
Box   18
Folder   9
Chapter 15 (14), revised
Box   18
Folder   10
Chapter 16 (15), revised
Box   19
Folder   1
Chapter 17 (16), earlier revised
Box   19
Folder   2
Chapter 17 (16), final revised
Box   19
Folder   3
Chapter 18 (new), revised
Box   19
Folder   4
Chapter 18 (17), revised
Box   19
Folder   5
Chapter 19 (new), revised
Box   19
Folder   6
Chapter 19, revised
Note: Before being broken into 2 chapters.
Box   19
Folder   7
Chapter 19, “Bender edit”
Box   20
Folder   1
Chapter 20, “My edit and Bender cut”
Box   20
Folder   2
Revised notes sections
Box   20
Folder   3
Filmography, revised
Box   20
Folder   4-6
Copy-edited typescript
Box   21
Folder   1-4
Copy-edited typescript (continued)
Box   21
Folder   5
Miscellaneous changes to make
Box   21
Folder   6
Changes made
Box   21
Folder   7
Final things to check
Box   22
Folder   1
Fixes done or skipped as not necessary
Box   22
Folder   2
Final Fixes
Box   34
Folder   1
Editing notes, 1991-1992
Box   34
Folder   2
Simon & Schuster correspondence, 1991
Box   34
Folder   3
Copy-editing: correspondence with Virginia Clark of Simon & Schuster
Box   34
Folder   4
Notes on final editing and proofing
Box   34
Folder   5
Notes and correspondence on proofs
Proofs
Box   22
Folder   3
Bound galley
Box   22
Folder   4-5
Corrected page proof
Box   23
Folder   1
Corrected page proof (continued)
Box   23
Folder   2
Proof-stage check
Index
Box   23
Folder   3-4
Drafts, proofs and notes
Illustrations
Box   23
Folder   5
Correspondence
Box   23
Folder   6
San Francisco Chronicle and California Historical Society
Box   23
Folder   7
Photocopies
Box   23
Folder   8
Notes and correspondence regarding final still selection, 1991 November-December
Box   23
Folder   9
Final still selection: photocopies of illustrations and texts of captions
Box   24
Folder   1
Revised captions, 1991 December
Box   34
Folder   6
Miscellaneous research
Box   34
Folder   7
California State Library
Box   34
Folder   8
George Eastman House
Box   34
Folder   9
Various sources
Box   34
Folder   10-11
Notes on illustrations
Cover
Box   24
Folder   2
Proposals and proof
Permissions
Box   24
Folder   3
General
Box   24
Folder   4
Correspondence with the editors of Positif regarding permission to quote an interview in the magazine with Sidney Buchman
Box   24
Folder   5
Correspondence with Isabelle Griffis
Box   24
Folder   6
Correspondence regarding permissions with San Francisco Chronicle
Publicity material
Box   24
Folder   7
General
Box   24
Folder   8
Drafts
Box   24
Folder   9
Press kit
Promotion
Box   34
Folder   12
Notes and correspondence about the promotion of the book, 1993
Box   35
Folder   1
Correspondence with Simon & Schuster (also Faber and Faber)
Note: About promotion of the book, reviews, and royalty payments.
Box   35
Folder   2
Gift copies: lists of addresses of personalities to whom to send gift copies of the hard-cover version
Box   35
Folder   3
Advertising
Box   35
Folder   4
Promotion, 1992 April
Box   35
Folder   5
Promotion, 1992 May
Box   35
Folder   6-8
Promotional correspondence: arrangements for appearances in bookshops, media interviews, and reviews of the book
Box   36
Folder   1
Promotional correspondence: arrangements for appearances in bookshops, media interviews, and reviews of the book (continued)
Box   36
Folder   2
Reactions to publicity and publication
Paperback edition (Touchstone Press, 1993)
Box   24
Folder   10
Proof pages
Box   24
Folder   11
Revised index
Box   24
Folder   12
Index and illustration proofs
Post-publication
Box   24
Folder   13
Talk on Capra by McBride: notes, 1993 October 18
Box   25
Folder   1
Reviews: photocopies
Box   25
Folder   2
Letters to McBride in response to the book
Box   25
Folder   3
Correspondence with Robert Bender of Simon & Schuster
Box   25
Folder   4
Jonathan Lethem and Carter Scholz, You Can't Leave Home Again, film treatment about Capra's life, correspondence with McBride, typescript, 1994
Box   25
Folder   5
Correspondence with Eric Menninger of Four Square Films regarding a possible documentary film on Capra, 1999
Box   34
Folder   1
Editing notes, 1991-1992
Box   34
Folder   2
Simon & Schuster correspondence, 1991
Box   34
Folder   3
Copy-editing: correspondence with Virginia Clark of Simon & Schuster
Box   34
Folder   4
Notes on final editing and proofing
Box   34
Folder   5
Notes and correspondence on proofs
Box   36
Folder   3
Simon & Schuster Catalogs including the book: draft and copies of the catalogs
Box   36
Folder   4-5
Touchstone Press Paperback edition: correspondence with Simon & Schuster
Faber and Faber (British) edition
Box   36
Folder   6
Correspondence
Box   36
Folder   7
Catalogs including the book
Box   36
Folder   8
Peter Owens, 1992 May
Note: Correspondence regarding sales in Ireland, marketing brochure, correspondence between Noel and Ruth O'Hara about Owens and the campaign for the book.
John Ford
Note: See also Audio recordings #7-8.
Research
Box   37
Folder   1
Research contacts
Box   37
Folder   2
John Ford Papers, Lilly Library, Indiana University
Note: Register of the collection and other library materials; letters from librarian.
Spiral-bound notebooks of Ford research
Box   37
Folder   3-11
Number 1, number 3-10
Note: Unknown location for number 2.
Box   38
Folder   1-7
Number 11-17
Box   39
Folder   1-8
Number 18-25
Box   39
Folder   9
Spiral-bound notebooks documenting trip to Portland, Maine, 1998 July 8-15
Box   40
Folder   1-7
Research notes
Box   41
Folder   1
John Ford: miscellaneous photocopies, notes, correspondence
Clippings on John Ford's life and career
Box   41
Folder   2
General
Box   41
Folder   3
Margaret Herrick Library Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, California, clipping files
Box   41
Folder   4
Articles on John Ford's life and career: photocopies
Box   41
Folder   5
John Ford web page printouts, circa 1998 March-April
Note: As of September 2012, this site appears to have moved or no longer exists. [http://www.arts.ryerson.ca/~jzalken/johnford.html]
Box   41
Folder   6
Published interviews with John Ford: photocopies
Box   41
Folder   7
AFI Life Achievement Award for Ford, 1973
Box   41
Folder   8
Special issues of journals on John Ford and brochures of retrospective screening series

Scope and Content Note
  • Focus on Film
  • The Velvet Light Trap 2 (August 1971)
  • Seattle Film Society
  • Movietone News no. 26 (October 1973)
  • Action 8, no. 6 (November-December 1973)
  • Cinéma de John Ford, 48th Festival International du Film, Cannes (1995)
  • American Movie Classics Magazine (1999 August)
  • UCLA Film and Television Archive brochure (April-May 2001)
Box   41
Folder   9
Critical articles on John Ford as director: photocopies
Box   42
Folder   1
Tag Gallagher: articles (including one on Ford) by Gallagher and correspondence between him and Joseph McBride on Ford
Joseph McBride on Ford
Note: Articles, documentaries, lectures, and proposals for the same by Joseph McBride on John Ford (similar materials on particular Ford films or on actors, scriptwriters, etc. who worked with Ford are filed in the film title and associates folders).
Box   42
Folder   2
Sight and Sound: photocopies

Scope and Content Note
  • “County Mayo Gu Bragh,” 40, no. 1 (Winter 1970/71): 43-44 and 52
  • “Bringing in the Sheaves,” 43, no. 1 (Winter 1973/74): 9-11
Box   42
Folder   3
Notes on Joseph McBride and Michael Wilmington, John Ford (London: Secker & Warburg/New York: Da Capo, 1974)
Box   42
Folder   4
Ford retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and UCLA, 1994 August-September
Note: Brochure, program notes for various films, notes on Darlene Ramirez of LACMAs introductions to the film and a UCLA course on Ford accompanying the film by Jonathan Kuntz; correspondence regarding book signing and introduction to a Ford film by Joseph McBride, 1995.
Box   42
Folder   5
Lecture for the CinemaGael festival, San Francisco, California, 1996 November
Note: Correspondence, notes.
Box   42
Folder   6
Proposed lecture on Ford and Ireland, 1997 November 26
Box   42
Folder   7
“John Ford, the Quiet Man,” Irish America magazine (October-November 1999): 94-5: photocopy of article
Box   42
Folder   8
“John Ford Irish American Filmmaker,” course at New College of California, San Francisco, 2000 January-May
Note: Prospectus and notes.
Box   42
Folder   9
Article on Ford's contemporary relevance for the Irish Herald (February 22, 2000)
Note: Correspondence and drafts.
Box   42
Folder   10
Becoming John Ford, documentary film directed by Nick Redman, featuring Joseph McBride, 2007
Note: Notes and program of Cinequest Film Festival, San Jose, California, February-March 2008, featuring the film.
Subject files
Note: Photocopies, research notes, correspondence on topics related to John Ford and the book, Searching for John Ford.
Box   42
Folder   11
“On Biography” photocopies and notes on problems of writing biography
Ireland
Box   42
Folder   12
Ford's Irish background
Box   42
Folder   13
Ford's visit to Ireland in 1921
Portland, Maine
Box   42
Folder   14
Ford's birth records
Box   42
Folder   15
Pages from Portland, Maine, city directories featuring Ford's kin
Box   42
Folder   16
Maine and alcohol: pamphlet and notes
Box   42
Folder   17
The theater in Portland, Maine
Box   43
Folder   1
Ford's kin
Box   43
Folder   2
Portland High School
Note: Many clippings also include information on theater in Portland, Maine.
Box   43
Folder   3
Ford's school reports
Box   43
Folder   4
Clippings from Portland, Maine, publications about Ford, 1920-1995
Box   43
Folder   5
Clippings from Portland, Maine, publications about the local commemoration of Ford in 1998
Box   43
Folder   6
Universal Pictures: photocopy of director's instruction sheet, 1917 July 16
Box   43
Folder   7
Fox Film: photocopy of Douglas Gomery, “Problems in Film History: How Fox Innovated Sound,” Quarterly Review of Film Studies (1976 August): 317-330
Ford's work for the U.S. Navy and the OSS during World War II
Box   43
Folder   8
Notes and photocopies on Ford's wartime activities
Box   43
Folder   9-10
National Archives listings of films made by Ford or his associates for the Navy and the OSS; notes and correspondence
Box   44
Folder   1
Article by Joseph McBride on Ford and D-Day for the New York Review of Books, 1998
Note: Notes, correspondence, research photocopies.
Ford and Hollywood politics
Box   44
Folder   2
Truman Committee hearings, 1944
Note: Notes and photocopies.
Box   44
Folder   3
The Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals
The Screen Directors Guild
Box   44
Folder   4
Proceedings of the Board of Directors: photocopy of typescript record, 1947 December 1
Box   44
Folder   5-6
Notes and clippings, 1936-47
Box   44
Folder   7
Daily Variety clippings, 1947
Box   44
Folder   8
Campaign for recall of Joseph Mankiewicz as Director, 1951
Box   44
Folder   9
General clippings, 1951
Box   44
Folder   10
Daily Variety clippings, 1951
Box   44
Folder   11
David Robb, “Directors Guild Born out of Fear 50 Years Ago,” Daily Variety 209, no. 39 (October 29, 1985): 1-8: photocopy
Joseph McBride, “Fellow Traveler or Redbaiter?” Los Angeles Times Magazine (June 3, 2001): 18-21, 34-5
Note: Prepublication article adapted from Searching for John Ford.
Box   44
Folder   12
Correspondence, drafts, with Barbara Epstein about possible publication extract in The New York Review of Books, 1998-2000
Box   45
Folder   1
Correspondence, drafts, with New York Times and Los Angeles Times; LA Times proof and copy of the magazine
Box   45
Folder   2
Ford and landscape: Monument Valley
Box   45
Folder   3
The Western: photocopy from Kevin Brownlow, The War, the West and the Wilderness
Box   45
Folder   4
The Navajo
People
Note: Papers relating to associates of John Ford (members of casts and crews of his films, personal friends, relations), arranged alphabetically by name, including research notes, clippings, drafts of articles by McBride on such people, and in many cases transcripts of interviews (some notes taken during phone interviews).
Box   45
Folder   5
Interview lists
Note: Names and addresses of potential interviewees, drafts of letters requesting interviews.
Box   45
Folder   6
John Agar: clipping
Box   45
Folder   7
Eddie Albert: interviews and letter, 1998 February
Box   45
Folder   8
Lindsay Anderson: clipping on Part Two of Anderson's tribute to John Ford in BBC One's Omnibus series, 1992
Box   45
Folder   9
Mark Armistead: contact information for his daughter
Box   45
Folder   10
Jean Arthur: interviews, 1987 November 19, 20
Box   45
Folder   11
Carroll Baker: clipping from Baby Doll: An Autobiography (Ann Arbor: 1983)
Box   45
Folder   12
Anne Bancroft: clipping
Box   45
Folder   13
Edward Bernds: interview, 1998 February 22
Box   45
Folder   14
Ward Bond: information about the death of Ford's widow; clippings
Box   45
Folder   15
Beulah Bondi: clipping
Box   45
Folder   16
Priscilla Bonner: interview, 1987 November 5
Box   45
Folder   17
Henry Brandon: interview, typed extracts, 1987 November 9
Bulkeley, John D.
Box   45
Folder   18
Correspondence, clippings, 1987-1988
Box   45
Folder   19
Interviews, 1988 August 7
Box   46
Folder   1
Corinne Calvet: photocopy of extract from autobiography Has Corinne Been a Good Girl?: The intimate Memoirs of a French Actress in Hollywood (St. Martin's Press, 1983)
Box   46
Folder   2
Yakima Canutt: extract from typescript autobiography
Box   46
Folder   3
Harry Carey Sr.: clippings
Box   46
Folder   4
Harry Carey Jr.: interview, 1987 October 36
Note: Contact information about other people; transcript of taped interview; clippings; correspondence.
Box   46
Folder   5
Olive Carey: interviews, 1984 July 22, 1985 May 19, October 6, 9, 1987 November 6
Note: Also includes clippings of obituaries, March 1998.
Box   46
Folder   6
John Carradine: clippings
Box   46
Folder   7
T.E.B. Clarke: clipping
Box   46
Folder   8
Ruth Clifford: interview, clipping, 1987 November 5
Box   46
Folder   9
Katherine Cliffton: interviews, 1987 October 29, November 2
Box   46
Folder   10
William Clothier: clipping of interview by Scott Eyman
Box   46
Folder   11
Dorothy Gordon Cooper: record of attempted phone contact, photocopy of article, 1987 October 28
Box   46
Folder   12
Merian C. Cooper: credits from IMDB; clippings
Box   46
Folder   13
Ken Curtis: credits from IMDB; Variety obituary, 1991 April 30
Box   46
Folder   14
Jeremiah Denton: clippings, pressbook and notes on film Return with Honor (directed by Freida Lee Mock and Terry Sanders, 1998)
Box   46
Folder   15
James H. Doolittle: clipping
Box   46
Folder   16
Amanda Dunne: notes on lunch conversation, 1987 October 23
Box   46
Folder   17
Philip Dunne: clippings, interviews, 1987 October 19
Note: Also includes correspondence, 1991.
Box   46
Folder   18
Walter Edmonds: clipping of obituary, 1998 January 28
Box   46
Folder   19
Blake Edwards: letter, 1998 April 28
Box   46
Folder   20
Howard Fast: filmography from IMDB; clippings of extracts from books; typescript pages by McBride
Box   46
Folder   21
Stepin Fetchit (Lincoln Theodore Perry): contact information, 1998 February 10
Note: Also includes McBride correspondence with editors of Film Quarterly, 1998; clippings (including McBride's Milwaukee Journal article, December 10, 1979).
Box   46
Folder   22
James Fitzsimmons: contact information, 1987 October 28
Box   46
Folder   23
Henry Fonda: clippings
Box   46
Folder   24
Barbara Ford: clippings
Box   46
Folder   25
Dan Ford: clipping of television interview by Scott Eyman
Box   46
Folder   26
Francis Ford: research notes, including notes on an unpublished autobiography; clippings
Box   46
Folder   27
Mary Ford: clippings, cyclostyled typescript of interview with Anthony Slide and June Banker, 1977 April 23
Note: Annotated by McBride.
Box   46
Folder   28
Patrick Ford: credits from IMDB
Box   46
Folder   29
Samuel Fuller: interview, 1997 November 23
Note: Photocopy excerpt from Lee Server, Sam Fuller: Film Is a Battleground (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 1994).
Box   46
Folder   30
Althea Gibson: correspondence
Box   46
Folder   31
Hoot Gibson: clipping
Box   46
Folder   32
Katharine Hepburn: clippings, pages from typescript of Searching for John Ford
Box   46
Folder   33
Ben Johnson: clippings: interview, 1995 June 16
Box   46
Folder   34
Burt Kennedy: clipping; interview, 1995 July 5
Box   46
Folder   35
Fred Kennedy: clippings of obituaries, 1958 December
Box   46
Folder   36
Michael Morris, Lord Killanin: clippings
Box   46
Folder   37
Larry Kleno: notes on phone conversation, 1987 October 28
Box   46
Folder   38
Anna Lee: correspondence; interviews, 1987 November 3
Box   46
Folder   39
Jack Lemmon: interview
Box   46
Folder   40
Roddy McDowall: notes on phone conversation, clipping, 1987 October 28
Box   46
Folder   41
Jack P. Mackenzie Jr.: clipping
Box   46
Folder   42
John Lee Mahin: clipping
Box   47
Folder   1
Karl Malden: letter from McBride to Malden, 1998 February 23
Box   47
Folder   2
Vera Miles: notes, 1981 February 20
Box   47
Folder   3
Winston Miller: clipping
Box   47
Folder   4
Pauline Moore (Watkins): clipping; letter from Moore to McBride, 1998 April 9
Note: Also includes interview, April 3, 1998.
Box   47
Folder   5
Friedrich Murnau: draft typescript of Janet Bergstrom's “Murnau in America,” 1991 September 19
Box   47
Folder   6
Dudley Nichols: clippings
Box   47
Folder   7
Richard M. Nixon
Note: Includes copy of Nixon letters to John Ford, March 28, 1953, August 16, 1973; Nixon, “Reflections on John Ford,” January 6, 1988; letters from Nixon to McBride, January 5, 1987; and McBride to Nixon, January 9, 1988.
Box   47
Folder   8
Jeanette Nolan: clipping of obituary, 1998 June 9
Box   47
Folder   9
Eva Novak: clipping of obituary, 1988 April 21
Frank S. Nugent
Box   47
Folder   10
Clippings
Box   47
Folder   11
Notes on Nugent-scripted films and books and articles about Nugent
Box   47
Folder   12
Proof, drafts and correspondence regarding McBride's article “The Pathological Hero's Conscience,” Written By (2001)
Box   47
Folder   13
Expenses lists regarding the Written By article
Box   47
Folder   14
George O'Brien: clippings
Box   47
Folder   15
Pat O'Brien: clipping
Box   47
Folder   16
Sean O'Casey: notes and clipping
Box   47
Folder   17
Maureen O'Hara: clippings
Box   47
Folder   18
Peter Ortiz: clipping of obituary, 1988 May 24
Box   47
Folder   19
Betsy Palmer: interview, 1998 March 19
Box   47
Folder   20
Tom Pryor: notes on phone conversation, 1997 November 5
Box   47
Folder   21
Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller: clippings
Box   47
Folder   22
Waverly Ramsey: interview, 1987 November
Box   47
Folder   23
Ronald Reagan: clippings
Box   47
Folder   24
Russell Reeder: clipping of obituary, 1988 March 1
Box   47
Folder   25
Irene Rich: clippings of obituaries, 1988 April 25
Box   47
Folder   26
Will Rogers: clippings, research notes
Box   47
Folder   27
Bernard Smith: notes on phone conversations, 1987 November
Note: Also includes obituary, December 31, 1999.
Box   47
Folder   28
Laurence Stallings: clipping
Box   47
Folder   29
George Stevens: research notes on George Stevens Papers, AMPAS, 1988 April 21
Box   47
Folder   30
James Stewart: interview, 1987 November
Note: Also includes obituary, May 11, 1998.
Box   47
Folder   31
Woody Strode: notes on phone conversation, clippings, 1987 October 28
Box   48
Folder   1
Gloria Stuart: clippings
Box   48
Folder   2
James Stuart: clipping
Box   48
Folder   3
Shirley Temple (Black): clippings
Box   48
Folder   4
Bob Thomas: notes on phone conversation, 1987 June 28
Box   48
Folder   5
Constance Towers: clippings, research notes
Box   48
Folder   6
Claire Trevor (Bren): clippings, taped interview, 1998 April 1
Box   48
Folder   7
Raoul Walsh: clipping, notes on They Died with Their Boots On (1942)
Box   48
Folder   8
John Wayne: notes and correspondence regarding McBride, “Hail to the Duke,” American Movie Classics Magazine 14, no. 7 (July 2001): 4-5; clippings; photocopies of articles on Wayne
Box   48
Folder   9
Frank “Spig” Wead: clippings
Box   48
Folder   10
Albert Wedemeyer: clippings
Box   48
Folder   11
Richard Widmark: clippings
Box   48
Folder   12
Hank Worden: interviews, undated
Box   48
Folder   13
Billy Yellow: interview; clippings
Note: Includes material on other Navajo appearing in Ford's films.
Box   48
Folder   14
Loretta Young: letter from McBride to Young, 1988 February 17
Box   48
Folder   15
Darryl Zanuck: clippings, draft pages from Searching for John Ford
Works
Film files
Note: Materials on films directed by John Ford and a few with which he had other connections (films directed by Ford unless otherwise stated), arranged alphabetically by title. Materials consist of clippings, copies of critical articles, and film viewing notes by McBride. See critical articles on Ford's work as a whole in Boxes 41 and 42.
Box   48
Folder   16
Clippings and viewing notes on more than one Ford-directed film
Box   48
Folder   17
Soul Herder, The (Universal Pictures, 1917)
Box   48
Folder   18
Straight Shooting (Universal Pictures, 1917)
Box   48
Folder   19
Last Outlaw, The (Universal Pictures, 1919)
Box   48
Folder   20
Outcasts of Poker Flat, The (Universal Pictures, 1919)
Box   48
Folder   21
Marked Men (Universal Pictures, 1919)
Box   48
Folder   22
Desperate Trails (Universal Pictures, 1921)
Box   48
Folder   23
Iron Horse, The (Fox Film Corporation, 1925)
Box   48
Folder   24
3 Bad Men (Fox Film Corporation, 1926)
Box   48
Folder   25
Four Sons (Fox Film Corporation, 1928)
Box   48
Folder   26
Hangman's House (Fox Film Corporation, 1928)
Box   48
Folder   27
Men without Women (Fox Film Corporation, 1930)
Box   48
Folder   28
Up the River (Fox Film Corporation, 1931)
Box   48
Folder   29
Arrowsmith (Howard Productions, 1931)
Box   48
Folder   30
Air Mail (Universal Pictures, 1932)
Box   48
Folder   31
Flesh (MGM, 1932)
Box   48
Folder   32
Pilgrimage (Fox Film Corporation, 1933)
Box   48
Folder   33
Doctor Bull (Fox Film Corporation, 1933)
Box   48
Folder   34
Judge Priest (Fox Film Corporation, 1934)
Box   48
Folder   35
Informer, The (RKO, 1935)
Box   48
Folder   36
Steamboat Round the Bend (Fox Film Corporation, 1935)
Box   48
Folder   37
Prisoner of Shark Island, The (20th Century-Fox, 1936)
Box   49
Folder   1
Mary of Scotland (RKO, 1936)
Box   49
Folder   2
Plough and the Stars, The (RKO, 1937)
Box   49
Folder   3
Wee Willie Winkie (20th Century-Fox, 1937)
Box   49
Folder   4
Hurricane, The (Samuel Goldwyn, 1937)
Box   49
Folder   5
Four Men and a Prayer (20th Century-Fox, 1938)
Box   49
Folder   6
Stagecoach (Walter Wanger Productions / United Artists, 1939)
Box   49
Folder   7
Young Mr. Lincoln (20th Century-Fox, 1939)
Box   49
Folder   8
Drums along the Mohawk (20th Century-Fox, 1939)
Box   49
Folder   9
Grapes of Wrath, The (20th Century-Fox, 1940)
Box   49
Folder   10
Long Voyage Home, The (Argosy Corporation/United Artists, 1940)
Box   49
Folder   11
Tobacco Road (20th Century-Fox, 1941)
Box   49
Folder   12
How Green Was My Valley (20th Century-Fox, 1941)
Box   49
Folder   13
Sex Hygiene (directed by John Ford and Otto Brower, U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1942)
Box   49
Folder   14
Battle of Midway, The (U.S. Navy, 1942)
Box   49
Folder   15
December 7th (U.S. Navy, 1943)
Box   49
Folder   16
They Were Expendable (MGM, 1945)
Box   49
Folder   17
My Darling Clementine (20th Century-Fox, 1946)
Box   49
Folder   18
Fugitive, The (Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1947)
Box   49
Folder   19
Fort Apache (Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1948)
Box   49
Folder   20
3 Godfathers (Argosy Pictures/MGM, 1948)
Box   49
Folder   21
Pinky (directed by Elia Kazan, 20th Century-Fox, 1949)
Box   49
Folder   22
Mighty Joe Young (directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack, Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1949)
Box   49
Folder   23
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1949)
Box   49
Folder   24
When Willie Comes Marching Home (20th Century-Fox, 1950)
Box   49
Folder   25
Wagon Master (Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1950)
Box   49
Folder   26
Rio Grande (Argosy Pictures/RKO, 1950)
Box   50
Folder   1
This Is Korea (U.S. Navy/Republic Pictures, 1951)
Box   50
Folder   2
Quiet Man, The (Argosy Pictures/Republic, 1952)
Box   50
Folder   3
What Price Glory (20th Century-Fox, 1952)
Box   50
Folder   4
Sun Shines Bright, The (Argosy Pictures/Republic, 1953)
Box   50
Folder   5
Mogambo (MGM, 1953)
Box   50
Folder   6
Long Gray Line, The (Columbia Pictures, 1955)
Box   50
Folder   7
Mister Roberts (Orange Productions/Warner Bros., 1955)
Box   50
Folder   8
Searchers, The (C.V. Whitney Pictures/Warner Bros., 1956)
Box   50
Folder   9
Growler Story, The (U.S. Navy, 1957)
Box   50
Folder   10
Wings of Eagles, The (MGM, 1957)
Box   50
Folder   11
Rising of the Moon, The (Four Provinces Productions/Warner Bros., 1957)
Box   50
Folder   12
Last Hurrah, The (Columbia Pictures, 1958)
Box   50
Folder   13
Gideon's Day [United States title: Gideon of Scotland Yard] (Columbia [British], 1959)
Box   50
Folder   14
Horse Soldiers, The (Mirisch Company/United Artists, 1959)
Box   50
Folder   15
Sergeant Rutledge (Warner Bros./Columbia Pictures, 1960)
Box   50
Folder   16
Two Rode Together (John Ford Productions, 1961)
Box   50
Folder   17
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (Paramount Pictures, 1962)
Box   50
Folder   18
How the West Was Won, Part 3: The Civil War (MGM, 1963)
Box   50
Folder   19
Donovan's Reef (Paramount Pictures, 1963)
Box   50
Folder   20
Cheyenne Autumn (Ford-Smith Productions/Warner Bros., 1964)
Box   51
Folder   1
Young Cassidy (directed by Jack Cardiff, Sextant Films/MGM, 1965)
Box   51
Folder   2
7 Women (John Ford Productions/MGM, 1966)
Box   51
Folder   3
Vietnam! Vietnam! (directed by Sherman Beck, USIA, 1971)
Box   51
Folder   4
Chesty: A Tribute to a Legend (1976)
Television
Box   51
Folder   5
Jane Wyman Presents, segment The Bamboo Cross (NBC, 1955)
Box   51
Folder   6
Screen Directors Playhouse, segment Rookie of the Year (NBC, 1955)
Box   51
Folder   7
Alcoa Premiere, segment Flashing Spikes (ABC, 1962)
Film about John Ford
Box   51
Folder   8
Proposed documentary to be directed by Joseph McBride: draft scripts and correspondence, 1997
Book Preparation
Searching for John Ford (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001)
Outlines
Box   51
Folder   9
Early outlines, circa 1980s
Box   51
Folder   10
Chapter outlines, 1998
Box   51
Folder   11
Outline, 1999 March
Draft typescripts
Box   51
Folder   12
Acknowledgments
Box   51
Folder   13
Introduction
Box   51
Folder   14
Chapter 1
Box   51
Folder   15
Chapter 2
Box   51
Folder   16
Chapter 6
Box   51
Folder   17
Section on The Informer
Box   51
Folder   18
Chapter 8
Box   51
Folder   19
Section on The Searchers
Box   52
Folder   1
Chapters 8 and 9
Box   52
Folder   2
Chapter 10
Box   52
Folder   3-4
Chapter 11
Box   52
Folder   5
Chapter 12
Box   52
Folder   6-7
Notes, general
Box   53
Folder   1
Notes, revised, 1999 October-November
Box   53
Folder   2
Notes, Chapters 1 and 2
Box   53
Folder   3
Notes, Chapter 3
Box   53
Folder   4
Notes, Chapter 13
Box   53
Folder   5
Notes, long version, 2000 January 18
Box   53
Folder   6
Notes, long version, annotated
Box   53
Folder   7
Notes, condensed
Box   53
Folder   8
Revisions, 2000 August
Box   53
Folder   9
Interview list
Box   53
Folder   10
Filmography
Box   53
Folder   11
Illustrations: photocopies
Box   53
Folder   12
Illustration captions
Box   53
Folder   13
Word counts
Box   54
Folder   1-3
Complete draft
Box   54
Folder   4
Fixes
Box   54
Folder   5
Fixes, Introduction and Chapters 1-9
Box   54
Folder   6
Fixes, Chapters 10-13
Box   55
Folder   1-2
Final Fixes
Box   55
Folder   3
Copy of beginning marked “3/1”
Box   55
Folder   4
“Copy for Ruth O'Hara” of Ford manuscript (pp. 1-120)
Correspondence with the publisher and comments on the typescript
Box   55
Folder   5
Comments by Peter Bogdanovich: record of a conversation, 1996 September 5
Box   55
Folder   6
Richard Parks: correspondence regarding the book with Parks, Joseph McBride's agent
Box   55
Folder   7
St. Martin's Press and Faber and Faber: correspondence, 1999
Box   55
Folder   8
St. Martin's Press: correspondence, 2001
Box   56
Folder   1
Henry Kaufman: legal review of the typescript, 2000
Copy editing
Box   56
Folder   2
St. Martin's Press style sheet for the book
Box   56
Folder   3-6
Correspondence with Julia Pastore of St. Martin's Press, draft pages proposed changes, photocopies of proposed illustrations, 2000
Box   56
Folder   7-8
Copy-edited typescript I, 2000 February
Box   57
Folder   1-3
Copy-edited typescript I (continued)
Box   57
Folder   4
Typescript changes, 2000 July 24
Box   57
Folder   5-6
Copy-edited typescript II, 2000 July-August
Box   58
Folder   1-3
Copy-edited typescript II (continued)
Box   58
Folder   4
Revisions after submission of the typescript
Permissions
Box   58
Folder   5
Drafts of letters seeking permissions for quotations from published works
Box   58
Folder   6
Permissions letters
Box   59
Folder   1
Permissions for citation of Variety: correspondence
Box   59
Folder   2
Cutting to bring quotations within the limits of fair use
Box   59
Folder   3
Photo permissions
Proofs
Box   59
Folder   4-6
Page proof, 2000 October-November
Box   60
Folder   1-5
Page proof, 2000 December
Box   61
Folder   1
Notes on proofs, 2001 January-March
Box   61
Folder   2-5
Page proof, 2001
Box   62
Folder   1
Page proof, backmatter
Box   62
Folder   2
Proof corrections, 2001 June
Box   62
Folder   3
Final proof of illustrations
Box   62
Folder   4
Cover art suggestions
Box   62
Folder   5
Book jacket copy
Box   62
Folder   6
Correspondence on proofs for the paperback edition, 2002
Publicity and Sales
Box   62
Folder   7
Proofs of publicity materials, 2001 May
Box   62
Folder   8
Correspondence
Box   62
Folder   9
St. Martin's Press publicity materials for the book
Box   62
Folder   10
Author's book signings
Box   62
Folder   11
Negotiations over publication of extract in New York Review of Books
Box   62
Folder   12
Clippings and photocopies of reviews
Box   62
Folder   13
Post-publication letters to the author about the book
Box   62
Folder   14
Email interview with McBride by Jason Walsh about the book, 2001 September
Box   62
Folder   15
Royalty statements, 2000-2001
A la recherche de John Ford / translated by Jean-Pierre Coursodon (Arles: Institut Lumiere/Actes Sud, 2007)
Note: French translation of Searching for John Ford
Box   62
Folder   16
Institut Lumiere correspondence
Box   63
Folder   1-3
Page proof
Box   63
Folder   4
Correspondence about French version with publishers, 2007 January-July
Box   63
Folder   5
Letter to McBride from Bertrand Tavernier, 2007 July
Box   64
Folder   1
List of proposed changes, 2007 July 17
Box   64
Folder   2
List of proposed changes, 2007 July 19
Box   64
Folder   3
List of changes and notes, 2007 July 20
Box   64
Folder   4
List of changes sent to Institut Lumiere, 2007 August 17
Box   64
Folder   5
Final correspondence about changes, 2007 October
Box   64
Folder   6
Copy of the book
Box   64
Folder   7
Publicity and reviews of the French edition
Ford-related materials subsequent to publication of book
Box   64
Folder   8
Correspondence about the book with proposals for articles by McBride on Ford; drafts of talks on Ford; notes and correspondence with Ford associates and others with Ford information and anecdotes; clippings
Box   65
Folder   1
Photocopies and clippings of articles about Ford after 2001
Box   65
Folder   2
John Ford Goes to War (FBN Productions, correspondence, clippings, including 1999 proposal to Harrison Engle of Signal Hill Entertainment, 2002), documentary co-produced by Joseph McBride
Box   65
Folder   3-4
“'Impetuous! Homeric!': The Quiet Man Turns Fifty,” Irish America (February-March 2002): 56-9: drafts
Box   65
Folder   5
Correspondence regarding introduction to Ford interview by Tag Gallagher in the online magazine Film Journal, 2005 April
Box   65
Folder   6
DVD commentary on The Informer, by Joseph McBride, for Sparkhill Productions and Warner Home Video (2006): correspondence and research materials
Box   65
Folder   7-8
DVD commentary on Cheyenne Autumn, by Joseph McBride, for Sparkhill Productions and Warner Home Video (2006)
Box   65
Folder   9
DVD commentary on Pilgrimage, by Joseph McBride, for the 20th Century-Fox Ford at Fox DVD box set (2006)
Box   65
Folder   10
“John Ford's Long Voyage to Homevideo” by Joseph McBride drafts of history of Warner Bros./20th Century-Fox's box set of Ford DVDs for Directors Guild of America Quarterly (2006)
“Ford at Fox,” by Joseph McBride, essay in Twentieth Century-Fox book and DVD collection Ford at Fox (2007)
Box   66
Folder   1
Agreements, correspondence, clippings, research
Box   66
Folder   2-3
Drafts
Box   66
Folder   4
Redline version and revisions, 2007 June 15
Box   66
Folder   5
As published
Box   66
Folder   6
Ford course taught by McBride at San Francisco State University, class assignment on The Quiet Man, 2007
Box   66
Folder   7
Becoming John Ford
Note: Video documentary produced by Boston Road Productions featuring and with consultancy by Joseph McBride, 2007. Includes: correspondence with Jamie Willett, Julie Kirgo and Janet Bergstrom on his appearance in the film and his audio commentary for the DVD presentation of Pilgrimage for 20th Century-Fox boxed set Ford at Fox; screening of the film, introduced by McBride, at the Cinequest Film Festival, San Jose, California, March 1, 2008: correspondence and flyer for the event.
Box   66
Folder   8
Tiburon International Film Festival, screening of John Ford/John Wayne: The Filmmaker and the Legend (directed by Samuel Pollard, PBS American Masters video, 2006), introduced by Joseph McBride, 2008 March 13-21
Note: Festival program, notes, draft of speech.
Steven Spielberg
Research
Box   67
Folder   1-8
Miscellaneous notes, correspondence, clippings
Books on Spielberg
Box   67
Folder   9
Steven Spielberg Study Guide (Los Angeles: American Film Institute, 1979): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   10
John Baxter, Steven Spielberg: The Unauthorized Biography (New York: Harper Collins, 1996): clipping
Box   67
Folder   11
Tom Collins, Steven Spielberg: Creator of ET (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Dillon Press, 1983): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   12
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel, The Future of the Movies: Interviews with Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and George Lucas (Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1991): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   13
Marcial Cantero Fernandez, Steven Spielberg (Madrid, Spain: Ediciones Ctedra, 1993): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   14
Jim Hargrove, Steven Spielberg Amazing Filmmaker (Chicago: Childrens Press, 1988): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   15
Antonio Lara, Spielberg: Maestro del cine de hoy (Madrid, Spain: espasa Calpe, 1990): photocopy
Box   67
Folder   16
Michael C. Leather, The Picture Life of Steven Spielberg (New York: Franklin Watts, 1988): photocopy
Box   68
Folder   1
D.L. Mabery, Steven Spielberg (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Lerner Publications, 1986): photocopy
Box   68
Folder   2
Marcia L. McAllister, Steven Spielberg: He Makes Great Movies (Vero Beach, Florida: Rourke Enterprises, 1989)
Box   68
Folder   3
Frank Sanello, Spielberg: The Man, the Movies, the Mythology (Dallas, Texas: Taylor Publishing, 1996): publisher's brochure
Box   68
Folder   4
Spielberg bibliography
Box   68
Folder   5
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library research notes
Note: Mostly lists of magazine articles.
Box   68
Folder   6
Museum of Radio and Television research
Box   68
Folder   7
Published interviews with Spielberg: photocopies
Box   68
Folder   8-10
Articles on Spielberg: photocopies
Box   68
Folder   11
Extracts from Tay Garnett, Directing: Learning from the Masters (Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1996) on Spielberg and François Truffaut
Box   68
Folder   12
Articles on Spielberg notebook, to 1979
Box   69
Folder   1
Articles on Spielberg notebook, 1979-1993
Box   69
Folder   2-3
Clippings
Box   69
Folder   4
Genealogy: Steven Spielberg's ancestors
Box   69
Folder   5
Genealogy: research by Adele Blanton
Box   69
Folder   6
Spielberg family obituaries
Box   69
Folder   7
Samuel Spielberg will, probate 1946 January 16
Box   69
Folder   8
Steven Spielberg birth certificate
Cincinnati, Ohio
Box   70
Folder   1
Research notes and correspondence
Box   70
Folder   2
Clippings
Box   70
Folder   3
City directories
Box   70
Folder   4
Oral histories
Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio
Box   70
Folder   5
Clippings
Haddonfield and Haddon Township, New Jersey
Box   70
Folder   6
Clippings, notes
Box   70
Folder   7
City directories
Box   70
Folder   8
Thomas A. Edison Elementary School and Haddon Township High School, Haddon Township, New Jersey: interviews with Sharon Gertchoff and Ann Koch, circa 1996
Phoenix, Arizona
Box   70
Folder   9
Ingleside Elementary School, Phoenix, Arizona: graduating class list, 1961 May 26
Box   70
Folder   10
Arcadia High School, Phoenix, Arizona
Note: Including notes on the school magazine, The Arcadian, 1961-1964.
Saratoga and San Jose, California
Box   70
Folder   11
Notes and clippings
Box   70
Folder   12
Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California:
Note: School newspaper and yearbook; notes on Class of '65 Alumni Reunion, August 19, 1995.
Box   70
Folder   13
San Jose Mercury News clippings and notes
Box   70
Folder   14
Divorce of Arnold and Leah Spielberg documents, 1966
Box   71
Folder   1
California State University, Long Beach notes from university records, clippings
Box   71
Folder   2
University of Southern California and University of California-Los Angeles correspondence
Box   71
Folder   3
Universal Pictures notes and clippings
Box   71
Folder   4
Sumner Redstone, Paramount, and Viacom clippings
Box   71
Folder   5
MCA clippings
Amblin Entertainment
Box   71
Folder   6-7
Clippings, general
Box   71
Folder   8
E.R.: clippings and notes on AMPAS seminar, 1995 May 11
Box   71
Folder   9
DreamWorks
Box   71
Folder   10
Malibu fire clippings, 1993
Box   72
Folder   1
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences seminar, “Filmscapes, Spielberg, Zemeckis and the Art of Making a World,” exhibition, 1994 August 3-October 16
Note: Brochures, notes on seminar.
Box   72
Folder   2
Dive!: menu and flyer
Note: Store and restaurant co-owned by Spielberg.
Box   72
Folder   3
AFI Life Achievement Award, 1995
People
Lists and correspondence regarding interviews
Box   72
Folder   4-5
Lists of people to interview and notes on contacting them
Note: Also includes correspondence requesting interviews.
Box   72
Folder   6
Printed list of interviews
Box   72
Folder   7
Cincinnati subjects
Box   72
Folder   8
New Jersey subjects
Box   72
Folder   9
Ingleside Grade School, Phoenix, Arizona, subjects
Box   72
Folder   10
Phoenix High School correspondence
Box   72
Folder   11
Saratoga High School list of graduates of class of '65
Note: From Peter Fallico.
Box   72
Folder   12
California State University, Long Beach subjects
Box   72
Folder   13
Agents lists
Box   72
Folder   14
Lists of interviewees from folders containing interview transcripts and notes
Photocopies of sections on Spielberg-related people from directories and other works with multiple subjects
Box   72
Folder   15
Kerry Segrave and Linda Martin, The Post-Feminist Hollywood Actress: Biographies and Filmographies of Stars Born After 1939 (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 1990)
Note: Sections on Goldie Hawn, Sarah Miles, Elizabeth McGovern, Debra Winger, Teri Garr, Cher.
Box   72
Folder   16
David Chell, editor, Moviemakers at Work (Redmond, Washington: Microsoft Press, 1987)
Note: Sections on Allen Daviau, Carol Littleton, Bill Varney, Roy Arbogast, Dennis Muren, Chris Evans.
Box   72
Folder   17
Alexandra Browser and Thomas Lee Wright, ed., Working in Hollywood (New York: Crown Publishers, 1990)
Note: Sections written by Spielberg collaborators Michael Medavoy, Kathleen Kennedy, Kerry Rossall, Adria Later, Ed Verraux, Victoria Rhodes, Laszlo Kovacs, Richard Gernand, Richard Edlund, Jonathan Erland, Chris Walas, Jein, Carlo Rambaldi, Robert “Buzz” Knudson, and Ralph Nelson.
Box   73
Folder   1
Ed Abroms: interviews, 1995 August 10-11, 14-15
Box   73
Folder   2
Veronica Adams: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 27
Box   73
Folder   3
Leah Adler: interviews, notes, clippings, 1994 April 20, 1996 January 15
Box   73
Folder   4
J.P. Allen: interviews, 1994 May 5, June 16
Box   73
Folder   5
Joe Alves: interviews, notes, clippings, 1994 May 11
Box   73
Folder   6
Howard Amerson: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   73
Folder   7
Army Archerd: interview, 1992 December 1
Box   73
Folder   8
David Attard: interview, 1994 May 27
Box   73
Folder   9
Richard Attenborough: clippings
Box   73
Folder   10
Jim Auer: interview, correspondence, 1994 March 31
Box   73
Folder   11
Mike Augustine: interviews, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 15, 17, 23, March 3
Box   73
Folder   12
Margaret Avery: notes on taped interview, correspondence, 1994 July 19
Box   73
Folder   13
Sam Baar: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 1
Box   73
Folder   14
Leonard M. Bailey: interview, 1994 August 13
Box   73
Folder   15
Dan Baker, of California State University-Long Beach: interview, 1994 April 25
Box   73
Folder   16
Michael Ballhaus: clipping
Box   73
Folder   17
Don Baroni: interviews, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 19, 23
Box   73
Folder   18
Rick Barr: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   73
Folder   19
Bonnie Parker Bartman: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 March 8
Box   73
Folder   20
Richard Belding: notes; interviews, 1994 October 13, 28, November 15-16
Box   73
Folder   21
Peter Benchley: interview, clippings, 1994 November 7
Box   73
Folder   22
Tony Bill: interview, correspondence, 1994 November 14
Box   73
Folder   23
Robert S. Birchard: interview, 1994 July 17
Box   73
Folder   24
Rick Blakeley: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 7
Box   73
Folder   25
Steve Blasnek: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 7
Box   73
Folder   26
Jeffrey Boam: interview, 1994 April 15
Box   73
Folder   27
Peter Bogdanovich: interview, 1995 October 18
Box   73
Folder   28
Mildred Bonaventura: interviews, New Jersey, 1994 March 15, 30
Box   15
Folder   29
Sonny Bono: interview, 1994 April 20
Box   15
Folder   30
Orin Borsten: interviews, 1994 May 3, 16
Box   15
Folder   31
Joseph E. Boston: correspondence; interview, 1994 September 21
Box   15
Folder   32
Dutch Boysen: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 16
Box   15
Folder   33
Rev. Arnetta Brantley: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 19
Folder   34
Jean Weber Brill: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 29, February 8
Box   15
Folder   35
Phyllis Brooks: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 7
Box   15
Folder   36
Dr. Cal Bruins: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1993 December 15
Box   15
Folder   37
Margaret Burrell: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 3
Box   15
Folder   38
Ralph Burris: interviews, 1996 June 20, 22, July 22, 23, 24, 25
Box   15
Folder   39
John Caldwell: interview, 1994 April 19
Box   15
Folder   40
Barbara Callahan: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 11
Box   15
Folder   41
Kate Capshaw: clippings, notes on articles and broadcasts
Box   74
Folder   1
Jane Bonaventura Caputo: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 30
Box   74
Folder   2
Charles Carter: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 15-16
Box   74
Folder   3
Dr. Forrest Carter: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 15
Box   74
Folder   4
Lynda Carter: interview, 1994 May 25
Box   74
Folder   5
Charles W. Case II: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 8
Note: Correspondence regarding Spielberg's high-school contemporaries.
Box   74
Folder   6
Charles Champlin: interviews, 1994 March 28, April 14, 1995 December 21
Note: Also includes correspondence regarding Heartland Film Festival best films of 1993 ranking.
Box   74
Folder   7
Richard E. Charland: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 13
Box   74
Folder   8
Coette Childers: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 7
Box   74
Folder   9
Clynn Christensen: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 3, 25
Box   74
Folder   10
John J. Cody: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 18
Box   74
Folder   11
Chris Columbus: clippings, correspondence
Box   74
Folder   12
Rick Cook: interview, 1994 January 11
Box   74
Folder   13
Jeff Corey: interview, correspondence, 1994 November 3
Box   74
Folder   14
Roger Corman, interview, clippings, 1995 October 13
Box   74
Folder   15
George Cowie: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1993 December 20
Box   74
Folder   16
Jane Craft (Mrs. Peter Griffith): interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 16
Box   74
Folder   17
Edith Cummins: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 16
Box   74
Folder   18
Bill Dabney: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 13
Joe Dante
Box   74
Folder   19
Interviews with correspondence, 1994 April 8, 12, 15, 18
Box   74
Folder   20
“Gizmo's Id: The Strange Partnership of Joe Dante and Steven Spielberg,”
Note: Printed in French translation as “Le ça du gizmo: létrange association de Joe Dante et Steven Spielberg” in Joe Dante et les Gremlins de Hollywood (Paris: Editions Cahiers du Cinéma and Festival International du Film de Locarno, 1999), 75-82. Includes correspondence, drafts.
Box   74
Folder   21
Joan Darling: interviews, correspondence, clippings, 1994 April 26, 28
Box   74
Folder   22
Allen Daviau: interviews with transcript of taped interview, press release, 1994 May 6, 1995 December 4, 22
Box   74
Folder   23
Eva David: correspondence and clipping
Box   74
Folder   24
Bill Davison, of New Jersey: interviews, 1994 June 23, 30
Box   74
Folder   25
Jon Davison: interviews, 1994 June 9, 14
Box   74
Folder   26
Hugo Del Favero Jr.: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 14
Box   74
Folder   27
William Del Favero: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 14
Box   74
Folder   28
Phil Deppe: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 30
Box   74
Folder   29
Charles F. Devlin: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 23
Box   74
Folder   30
Charles J. Devlin Jr.: interviews, New Jersey, 1994 March 15, 25
Box   74
Folder   31
Mary Devlin (Mrs. Charles J. Devlin Jr.): interviews, New Jersey, 1994 March 20, 25
Box   74
Folder   32
John Di Pietropolo: interviews, New Jersey, 1994 March 15, 17
Box   74
Folder   33
Pat Berry Di Pietropolo: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 15
Box   74
Folder   34
Vincent Di Pietropolo: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 15
Box   74
Folder   35
Mark Dicerbo: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 3-4
Box   74
Folder   36
Karle Dickinson: interview, 1995 February 2
Box   74
Folder   37
Tim Dietz: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 April 8
Box   74
Folder   38
Melinda Dillon and Teri Garr: notes; correspondence
Box   74
Folder   39
Michael Dore: interview, 1995 May 5
Box   74
Folder   40
Jackson Drake: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 3
Box   74
Folder   41
Richard Dreyfuss: clippings
Box   74
Folder   42
Tom Dryden: interview, 1994 June 28
Box   74
Folder   43
George Eckstein: interviews, 1994 May 27, 31
Box   74
Folder   44
Betty Castleberry Edwards: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 29
Box   74
Folder   45
Jim Emery: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 20
Box   74
Folder   46
Nancy Engebretson: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 26
Box   74
Folder   47
Bill Esher, of New Jersey: interview, 1994 August 7
Box   74
Folder   48
Peter Fallico: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 17
Box   74
Folder   49
Stephen Farber: interview, 1995 April 1
Box   74
Folder   50
Sharon Farrell: interview, 1994 October 12
Box   74
Folder   51
Verna Fields: clipping
Box   75
Folder   1
Mike Finnell: interview, 1994 April 26
Box   75
Folder   2
Dr. Robert Finney, professor at California State University-Long Beach: interview, 1994 April 23
Box   75
Folder   3
Cynthia Fleetham: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 11
Box   75
Folder   4
Judith Myer Flenard: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 16
Box   75
Folder   5
James Fletcher: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 18
Box   75
Folder   6
Richard T. Ford: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 14, 15
Box   75
Folder   7
Jo Friedman: interview, 1994 October 31
Box   75
Folder   8
Nancy Frishberg: correspondence
Box   75
Folder   9
Shirley Frye: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   75
Folder   10
Miriam Fuhrman: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 20
Box   75
Folder   11
Mitchell and Glenn Fuhrman: interview, New Jersey, 1994 August 7
Box   75
Folder   12
Bill Gaines: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 8, 11
Box   75
Folder   13
Bob Gaines: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 13
Box   75
Folder   14
Mrs. Warren (Sylvia) Gaines: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 6
Box   75
Folder   15
Bob Gale: interview, 1995 October 12
Note: Notes on taped interview; clippings.
Box   75
Folder   16
Davida Gale: correspondence
Box   75
Folder   17
Katherine Galwey: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 8
Teri Garr
Note: See Melinda Dillon.
Box   75
Folder   18
Rita Dean Gaynor (Mrs. Earl W. Gaynor): interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 13
Box   75
Folder   19
Rodney Gehre: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 16
Sharon Gertchoff
Note: See Box 70, folder 8.
Box   75
Folder   20
Al Gibson: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 April 25
Box   75
Folder   21
David Giler: interview 1995 November 11
Note: Includes correspondence.
Box   75
Folder   22
William Gilmore: interviews, 1994 May 17, June 9
Box   75
Folder   23
Dr. Bernard Goldman: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 13
Box   75
Folder   24
Henry Gonzalez: interview 1995 July 25
Box   75
Folder   25
Carl Gottlieb: interview, 1994 May 12
Box   75
Folder   26
Gary Graver: interview, 1995 October 23
Box   75
Folder   27
Dr. Peter Griffith: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 8
Box   75
Folder   28
Samuel, Debbie and Daniel Guttman: interviews, correspondence, clippings, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 16-17
Box   75
Folder   29
Tim Haggerty: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 17
Box   75
Folder   30
Tim Haggerty Jr.: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 16
Box   75
Folder   31
Lynn Hale: interview, 1994 November 30
Box   75
Folder   32
Judy Hamilton (Judy Hamilton Kirchick): interviews, Saratoga, California, 1994 January 28, February 4, 1995 August 14, 23
Box   75
Folder   33
Kendra Rosen Hanson: interviews, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 19, March 3
Box   75
Folder   34
Devorah Mann Hardberger: interview, 1994 September 29
Box   75
Folder   35
Dean Hargrove: interview, 1994 June 30
Box   75
Folder   36
Dan Harkins: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 May 4
Box   75
Folder   37
Kay Harmon: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 6
Box   75
Folder   38
Barbara Harris: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 30
Box   75
Folder   39
James V. Hart: interview, 1996 January 18
Box   75
Folder   40
Guy Hayden III: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 13
Box   75
Folder   41
Karen Hayden: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 April 4
Box   75
Folder   42
Donald E. Heitzer: interview, 1994 September 19
Box   75
Folder   43
Robert V. Hendricks: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   75
Folder   44
Susan Didinger Hennings: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 17
Box   75
Folder   45
Audrey Hepburn: clippings
Box   75
Folder   46
Arthur Hill: interview, 1994 May 3
Box   75
Folder   47
Rev. Fred Hill and Willie Perdue: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 17
Box   75
Folder   48
Bill Hoffman: interviews, 1993 December 17, 1994 January 27, 29
Box   75
Folder   49
Lynn Hoffman: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 15
Box   75
Folder   50
Richard S. “Dick” Hoffman Jr.: interviews, correspondence, 1993 December 16-17, 20
Box   75
Folder   51
Tom Holwerda: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 23
Box   76
Folder   1
Kirk Honeycutt: interview, 1994 October 24
Box   76
Folder   2
Martin Hornstein: interview with his wife, 1994 May 17
Box   76
Folder   3
Stephen Hubbert, technician at California State University-Long Beach: interview, 1994 May 2
Box   76
Folder   4
Dolores Del Favero Huff: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 13
Willard Huyck
Note: See Gloria Katz.
Box   76
Folder   5
Amy Irving: clippings, bibliography
Box   76
Folder   6
George and Angela Jacobi: interview, 1996 June 3
Box   76
Folder   7
Felice Javit: interview, 1996 October 30
Box   76
Folder   8
Betty Johnson: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 3
Box   76
Folder   9
Terry Johnson: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 13
Box   76
Folder   10
Hugh Kasdan: interview, 1994 May 25
Box   76
Folder   11
Lawrence Kasdan: interview, 1994 June 2
Box   76
Folder   12
Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck: interview, 1994 May 24
Box   76
Folder   13
Howard G. Kazanjian: interview, 1995 November 21
Box   76
Folder   14
Michael Kearns and David Hart: interview, 1996 January 23
Box   76
Folder   15
Mike Keefe (widower of Melinda Milar Keefe): interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 8
Box   76
Folder   16
Thomas Keneally: clippings, interview
Note: With notes on public lecture, September 20, 1994.
Box   76
Folder   17
Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall: clippings, correspondence
Box   76
Folder   18
Howard King: clippings
Box   76
Folder   19
Ben Kingsley: correspondence; interviews with his assistants and MGM-UA staffers
Box   76
Folder   20
Karen Hakes Knight: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 8
Box   76
Folder   21
Augustus and Loretta (Mrs. A.H.) Knoblach of New Jersey: interviews, correspondence, 1994 March 24, August 8
Anne Koch
Note: See Box 70, folder 8.
Box   76
Folder   22
Grant Koch: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 3
Box   76
Folder   23
David Koepp: clippings
Box   76
Folder   24
Lou Ellen Kramer: interview, 1994 September 19
Box   76
Folder   25
John Landis: clippings and list of questions
Box   76
Folder   26
Rocky Lang: interviews, 1994 June 6, 13
Box   76
Folder   27
Susan Smith Le Sueur: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 8
Box   76
Folder   28
J. Wesley Leas, of New Jersey: interview, 1994 July 1
Box   76
Folder   29
Rabbi Albert Lewis: interviews, 1994 March 29, April 4, August 8, 1995 August 6
Note: Also includes letter to McBride, June 19, 1997.
Box   76
Folder   30
Clifford Lindblom: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 11
Box   76
Folder   31
Nancy Lindquist: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1993 December 17
Box   76
Folder   32
William Link: interviews, correspondence, 1994 June 23, July 13, 19, 1995 August 7, 16, 1996 August 28
Box   76
Folder   33
Carey Loftin: interview, 1994 September 19
Box   76
Folder   34
Clark Lohr: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 3
Box   76
Folder   35
Steve Lombard: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 28
Box   76
Folder   36
Mike Loper: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 26, 29
Box   76
Folder   37
Peggy McMullin Loper: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 29
Box   76
Folder   38
Scott MacDonald: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 23
Box   76
Folder   39
Stanley MacDonald: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 17
Box   76
Folder   40
Leo McKenna: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 18
Box   77
Folder   1
Pat McMahon: interview, 1994 September 12
Note: Also includes correspondence.
Box   77
Folder   2
Gerard McMullen, of New Jersey: interview, 1994 June 7
Box   77
Folder   3
Mike McNamara: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 9
Box   77
Folder   4
Jerry McNeely: interview, 1994 April 20
Box   77
Folder   5
Carol Magnoli: interview 1995 August 14
Box   77
Folder   6
Hal Mann: interview, 1994 September 12
Box   77
Folder   7
James Mann: interview, 1994 September 20
Box   77
Folder   8
Dr. Jacob Rader Marcus: interviews, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 7, 14
Box   77
Folder   9
Vance Marshall: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 25
Box   77
Folder   10
Warner Marshall: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 27
Box   77
Folder   11
Howard Martin, professor at California State University-Long Beach: interview, 1994 May 4
Box   77
Folder   12
Tony Martinelli: interview, 1994 August 1
Box   77
Folder   13
Richard B. Matheson: interviews, 1994 May 13, 16, 1995 July 6
Box   77
Folder   14
Richard C. Matheson: interview, 1994 May 18
Box   77
Folder   15
Terry Mechling: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 April 4
Box   77
Folder   16
Morris “Mike” Medavoy: notes on taped interview, undated
Box   77
Folder   17
Larry Mercer: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 28
Box   77
Folder   18
Lee Mercer: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 19
Box   77
Folder   19
Del Merrill: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 18
Box   77
Folder   20
Mrs. Vernon (Betty) Michaud: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 7
Box   77
Folder   21
Ferneta Miller (Mrs. Lloyd Miller): interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 14
Box   77
Folder   22
Harry Millsop: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1993 December 16
Box   77
Folder   23
David and Roslyn Mitman: interviews, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 13, 16
Box   77
Folder   24
Kerry Mohnike: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 2
Box   77
Folder   25
Bonita Moore: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 17
Box   77
Folder   26
Peter Mora: interview, 1994 November 29
Box   77
Folder   27
Robert J. Moran: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 31
Box   77
Folder   28
Robert J. Moran Jr.: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 31
Box   77
Folder   29
Hubert “Hugh” Morehead: interviews, 1994 April 23, 1995 April 23
Box   77
Folder   30
Jane MacDonald Morley: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 19
Box   77
Folder   31
Frank Morriss: interviews, correspondence, 1994 May 20, 24
Box   77
Folder   32
A.D. “Art” Murphy interview, 1994 June 21
Box   77
Folder   33
Edward G. Myer: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 15
Box   77
Folder   34
Michael Neer: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 19
Box   77
Folder   35
Lawrence Olden: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 28
Box   77
Folder   36
Andy Oldstein: interview, 1995 December 28
Box   77
Folder   37
Peter Z. Orton: interviews, 1994 June 8, 15
Box   77
Folder   38
Jerry Parr: interview, 1996 January 9
Box   77
Folder   39
Louise Bonaventura Patterson: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 30
Box   77
Folder   40
Jennifer Pendleton: interviews, 1994 June 25, July 15
Box   77
Folder   41
Donald W. Penfield: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   77
Folder   42
Carl Pennypacker: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 15
Box   77
Folder   43
Phil Pennypacker: interviews, Saratoga, California, 1994 January 29, February 4
Box   77
Folder   44
Jim Pepper: interview, 1994 July 6
Willie Perdue
Note: See Rev. Fred Hill.
Box   77
Folder   45
Eloise Peters: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 16
Box   77
Folder   46
Haven Peters: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 12
Box   77
Folder   47
Jim Peters: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 20
Box   77
Folder   48
Terry Peugh: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 15
Box   77
Folder   49
Bert Pfister: interview, correspondence, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 5
Box   77
Folder   50
Michael Phillips: interview; notes on taped interview; clippings on Michael and Julia Phillips
Box   78
Folder   1
Art Piccinati: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 7
Box   78
Folder   2
Carl Pingitore: interview, 1994 September 12
Box   78
Folder   3
Chris Pischke: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 19, 20
Box   78
Folder   4
Bob Polunsky of San Antonio, Texas: interview, 1995 August 27
Box   78
Folder   5
Rhoda Porter: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 March 5
Box   78
Folder   6
Fred Pratt: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 3
Box   78
Folder   7
Frances Preimsberg: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 14
Box   78
Folder   8
Benjamin and Louise Pritz: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 13
Box   78
Folder   9
Bob Proehl: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 27
Box   78
Folder   10
John Ptak: interview, 1995 September 22
Box   78
Folder   11
Louis S. Race: interviews, 1994 April 6, 22, 25, 28, May 6
Box   78
Folder   12
Julie Raymond, of California State University-Long Beach: interview, 1994 July 30
Box   78
Folder   13
Martha Rock Reedy: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 8
Box   78
Folder   14
Pete Repp: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 5
Box   78
Folder   15
Nina Nauman Rivera (Mrs. José Rivera): interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 7
Box   78
Folder   16
Dr. Darryl Robbins: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 25
Box   78
Folder   17
Grace Robbins: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 17
Box   78
Folder   18
Marjorie Robbins: interview, correspondence, New Jersey, 1994 March 24
Box   78
Folder   19
Hugh and Connie Roberts: interview, correspondence, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 5
Box   78
Folder   20
Jerry Roberts: interview, correspondence, 1994 April 14
Box   78
Folder   21
Patricia Scott Rodney: interviews, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 11-12, 14; 1995 October 19, December 10
Box   78
Folder   22
Henry Rogalsky: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 16
Box   78
Folder   23
Mary Lois Thorne Roney: correspondence
Box   78
Folder   24
Paul G. Rowe: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 16
Box   78
Folder   25
Peter and Helen Rutan, of New Jersey: interview, correspondence, 1994 April 13
Box   78
Folder   26
William Sackheim: interviews, 1994 May 26, June 8
Box   78
Folder   27
Peter Saphier: interview, 1995 September 21
Box   78
Folder   28
Jane Fuhrman Satanoff: interviews, New Jersey, 1994 March 19, 20, 25, April 4
Box   78
Folder   29
Dallas Sceales Jr.: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 13
Box   78
Folder   30
Barbara Schwartz (Mrs. George F. Schwartz): interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 16
Box   78
Folder   31
George F. Schwartz: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 15
Box   78
Folder   32
George F. Schwartz Jr.: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 27
Box   78
Folder   33
George Scott: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 19
Box   78
Folder   34
James L. Seeman: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 14
Box   78
Folder   35
Ida Cohen Selavan (later Schwarcz): interviews, correspondence, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 August 29, September 8
Box   78
Folder   36
Mrs. Leonard Sheer: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 27
Box   78
Folder   37
Sid Sheinberg: clippings
Box   78
Folder   38
Carol Stromme Shelton: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 12
Box   78
Folder   39
Louis K. Sher: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 May 5
Box   78
Folder   40
Michael Shovers: correspondence; clippings
Box   78
Folder   41
Don Shull: interviews, correspondence, 1994, February 2-4, 19
Box   78
Folder   42
Arnie Shupack: interview, 1994 July 27
Box   79
Folder   1
Charles Silvers: interview, correspondence, 1994 July 8
Box   79
Folder   2
Tom Simmons: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 16
Box   79
Folder   3
William J. Simmons Jr.: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 15
Box   79
Folder   4
William J. Simmons Sr.: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 15
Box   79
Folder   5
Meyer Singerman: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 19
Box   79
Folder   6
Peggy Hibbert Singerman: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 19
Box   79
Folder   7
Richard Singerman: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 16
Box   79
Folder   8
Dr. Kevin Skelly: interview, correspondence, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 2
Box   79
Folder   9
Connie Skipitares: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 3
Box   79
Folder   10
Gene Ward Smith: interviews, correspondence, Saratoga, California, 1994 February 2, 21, August 16, 18
Box   79
Folder   11
Ruth Solinger: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 20
Box   79
Folder   12
Jim Sollenberger: interviews, 1994 January 19, 21
Box   79
Folder   13
Junia Galen Sollenberger: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 13
Box   79
Folder   14
Mark Sollenberger: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 2
Box   79
Folder   15
Olga Sorrell: interview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 14
Box   79
Folder   16
Anne Spielberg: clippings, bibliography
Box   79
Folder   17
Arnold Spielberg: interviews, notes on taped interview, correspondence, 1996 July 30
Box   79
Folder   18
Carol Adams Spinelli: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 27
Box   79
Folder   19
Robert Stack: interviews, 1994 July 13, 18
Box   79
Folder   20
Lionel Stander: interview, clippings, 1994 June 18
Box   79
Folder   21
Annemarie Stein: interview, 1995 December 12
Box   79
Folder   22
Tom Stoppard: clippings: interview, 1995 November 27
Box   79
Folder   23
A.D. Stromme: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 8
Box   79
Folder   24
Douglas H. Stuart: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 March 26
Box   79
Folder   25
Steve Suggs: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 28
Box   79
Folder   26
Barry Sullivan: interview, 1994 May 23
Note: Also includes clipping of obituary, June 7, 1994.
Box   79
Folder   27
Sharyn Galwey Sunda: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 9
Box   79
Folder   28
Jeannot Szwarc: interviews, 1994 May 17, 18
Box   79
Folder   29
Walter Tamasauckas: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1993 December 16
Box   79
Folder   30
Craig Tenney: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 6
Box   79
Folder   31
Floyd Tenney: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 5
Box   79
Folder   32
Bill Thompson: interview, correspondence, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 April 11
Box   79
Folder   33
Doug Tice: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 10
Box   79
Folder   34
Marie Tice: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 11
Box   79
Folder   35
Walter Tice: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 14, February 10
Box   79
Folder   36
Millie Friedman Tieger: interviews, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994 April 6, August 14, 17
Box   79
Folder   37
Lisa Toll: interview, New Jersey, 1994 March 16
Box   80
Folder   1
Michael Toll: interview, 1994 March 16
Box   80
Folder   2
David Tomblin: correspondence; interviews, 1995 October 31, November 29
Box   80
Folder   3
François Truffaut: clippings
Box   80
Folder   4
Douglas Trumbull: correspondence; question lists; interview, 1995 December 18
Box   80
Folder   5
John Veitch: interview, undated
Box   80
Folder   6
Lew Wasserman: correspondence; clippings
Box   80
Folder   7
Audrey Dalessandro Watkins: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 7
Box   80
Folder   8
Dennis Weaver: correspondence
Box   80
Folder   9
Herb and Betty Weber: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 31
Box   80
Folder   10
David Weddle: interviews, 1994 June 23, November 15
Box   80
Folder   11
Alan Weselowski: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 2
Box   80
Folder   12
Anson Williams: interview, correspondence, clippings, 1994 October 6
Box   80
Folder   13
John Williams: clippings
Box   80
Folder   14
Sherry Missner Williams: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 11
Box   80
Folder   15
Michael Wilmington: interview, 1994 April 1
Box   80
Folder   16
Dan Wilson: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 April 25
Box   80
Folder   17
Eleanor Wolf: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 10
Box   80
Folder   18
Ron Wolyn: interview, Saratoga, California, 1994 March 20
Box   80
Folder   19
Richard Zanuck: interview, 1994 July 13
Box   80
Folder   20
Beth Weber Zelenski: correspondence; interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 30
Box   80
Folder   21
Drew Zelman: interview, 1995 October 27
Box   80
Folder   22
Robert Zemeckis: clippings, correspondence
Box   80
Folder   23
Fred Zinnemann: clippings, interview, 1994 July 12
Box   80
Folder   24
Frank Ziska Jr.: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 March 2
Box   80
Folder   25
Vilmos Zsigmond: interviews, notes, 1994 July 26
Box   80
Folder   26
Daniel and Dorothy Zusman: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 8
Box   80
Folder   27
Janice Zusman: interviews, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 January 10, 20
Box   80
Folder   28
Lloyd Zusman: interview, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994 February 11
Works
Films directed by Spielberg
Box   80
Folder   29
Book City Collectables script list
Note: Including several Spielberg titles.
Box   80
Folder   30
Reviews of more than one film
Box   80
Folder   31
Firelight (1964)
Box   80
Folder   32
Amblin' (1968)
Box   80
Folder   33
Duel (1973)
Box   80
Folder   34
Sugarland Express, The (1974)
Box   81
Folder   1
Jaws (1975)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
Box   81
Folder   2
Clippings, general
Box   81
Folder   3
Clippings, Special Edition (1980) and later revised editions
Box   81
Folder   4
Clippings on UFOs
Box   81
Folder   5
Research notes and correspondence
Box   81
Folder   6
Bob Balaban, Close Encounters of the Third Kind Diary (Paradise Press, 1978): photocopy
Box   81
Folder   7
American Cinematographer 59, no. 1 (January 1978), special issue on the film
Box   81
Folder   8
Cinefantastique 7, nos. 3 and 4 (Fall 1978), special issue on the film: photocopy
Box   81
Folder   9
Close Encounters of the Third Kind, A Document of the Film (Los Angeles: Ariel Books, 1978): photocopy
Box   81
Folder   10
Joseph McBride, “On Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” Good Book Guide (February 2, 1998): draft and correspondence
1941 (1979)
Box   81
Folder   11
Clippings
Box   82
Folder   1
Clippings on historical events of 1941 and Japanese attacks on the U.S. mainland during World War II
Box   82
Folder   2
Glenn Erickson and Mary Ellen Trainor, The Making of 1941 (Universal City: Universal Pictures, 1980)
Box   82
Folder   3
Stephen Bissette and Rick Veitch, 1941: The Illustrated Story (Heavy Metal/Pocket Books, undated)
Box   82
Folder   4
American Cinematographer 60, no. 12 (December 1979), special issue on 1941
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Box   82
Folder   5
Clippings
Box   82
Folder   6
Notes on The Making of Raiders of the Lost Ark: screening notes
Note: Documentary directed for television by Phillip Schuman, 1981.
Box   82
Folder   7
Ann Heller, editor, Raiders of the Lost Ark: Collectors Album: photocopy
Box   82
Folder   8
American Cinematographer 62, no. 11 (1981 November), special issue on the film
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
Box   82
Folder   9-10
Clippings
Box   82
Folder   11
Letters to E.T. (New York: Putnam, 1983), with introduction by Steven Spielberg: photocopy
Box   83
Folder   1
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)
Box   83
Folder   2
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
Box   83
Folder   3
Color Purple, The (1985)
Box   83
Folder   4
Citizen Steve (1987)
Box   83
Folder   5
Empire of the Sun (1987)
Box   83
Folder   6
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
Box   83
Folder   7
Always (1989)
Box   83
Folder   8
Hook (1991)
Jurassic Park (1993)
Box   83
Folder   9
Clippings
Box   84
Folder   1
Clippings (continued)
Box   84
Folder   2
The Making of Jurassic Park, video documentary directed by John Schulz (1995): viewing notes
Box   84
Folder   3
Studio (Paris), numéro hors série (1993), special issue on the film
Box   84
Folder   4
“Behind the Scenes at Jurassic Park,” theme park at Universal Studios: clippings
Schindler's List (1993)
Box   84
Folder   5-7
Clippings
Box   85
Folder   1
Clippings (continued)
Box   85
Folder   2
Notes
Box   85
Folder   3
Correspondence with Eva David
Note

Also includes clippings on responses to the film among Los Angeles Jews; flyer and notes for lecture on the film by Joseph McBride at Congregation Mogen David, Los Angeles, October 12, 1994.

See also Box 74, folder 23.

Box   85
Folder   4
Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards, 1993
Note: Discussion and voting on Schindlers List as Best Film of 1993.
Box   85
Folder   5
Academy Award as Best Film of 1993: clippings, 1993-1994
Box   85
Folder   6
Amistad (1997)
Box   85
Folder   7
Lost World, The (1997)
Box   85
Folder   8
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Films produced by Spielberg
Box   85
Folder   9
Gremlins (1984)
Back to the Future I, II, and III (1985-1990)
Box   85
Folder   10
Book of the film, clippings
Box   85
Folder   11
“Back to the Future-The Ride,” Universal Studios exhibit
Box   85
Folder   12
American Tail, An (1986)
Box   85
Folder   13
Harry and the Hendersons (1987)
Box   86
Folder   1
*batteries not included (1987)
Box   86
Folder   2
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
Box   86
Folder   3
American Tail, An: Fievel Goes West (1991)
Box   86
Folder   4
Were Back: A Dinosaurs Story (1993)
Box   86
Folder   5
I'm Mad (short, 1994)
Box   86
Folder   6
Flintstones, The (1994)
Box   86
Folder   7
Casper (1995)
Box   86
Folder   8
Balto (1995)
Box   86
Folder   9
Twister (1996)
Box   86
Folder   10
Last Days, The (1998)
Box   86
Folder   11
Deep Impact (1998)
Box   86
Folder   12
Mark of Zorro, The (1998)
Films written by Spielberg
Box   86
Folder   13
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (1974)
Box   86
Folder   14
Poltergeist (1982)
Box   86
Folder   15
Goonies, The (1985)
Films with some other role for Spielberg
Box   86
Folder   16
Faces (1968), as uncredited production assistant
Television programs directed by Spielberg
Box   86
Folder   17
Television shows for Universal: notes
Box   86
Folder   18
Night Gallery, season 1 episode 2: “Eyes” (broadcast November 8, 1969)
Box   86
Folder   19
Marcus Welby, M.D., episode 25, “The Daredevil Gesture” (broadcast March 17, 1970)
Box   86
Folder   20
Something Evil (Television movie, 1972),
Television programs produced by Spielberg
Box   86
Folder   21
Amazing Stories (NBC, 1985-1987)
Box   86
Folder   22
Tiny Toon Adventures (1990-1992)
Box   86
Folder   23
Seaquest (1993)
Box   86
Folder   24
Animaniacs (1993-1998)
Box   86
Folder   25
Family Dog (1993)
Box   86
Folder   26
Pinky and the Brain (1995-1998)
Survivors of the Holocaust (1996)
Box   86
Folder   27
General
Box   86
Folder   28
Shoah Project
Box   87
Folder   1
Florabel Kinsler, “An Eriksonian and Evaluative Investigation of the Effect of Video Testimonials upon Jewish Survivors of the Holocaust,” International College, Los Angeles, California, Ph.D. Dissertation: extracts
Box   87
Folder   2
Florabel Kinsler articles on Holocaust survivors
Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs (1998-1999)
Note: See Films produced by Spielberg, I'm Mad
Video game
Box   87
Folder   4
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair: clippings
Note: Also see Electronic Records for copy of game.
Proposed coffee-table book on Spielberg, to be published by Opus Productions
Box   87
Folder   3
Correspondence with David Attard of Opus, 1994
Book Preparation
Steven Spielberg: A Biography (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997)
Box   87
Folder   5
Book proposal, letter to Bob Bender of Simon & Schuster, 1993 September 10
Box   87
Folder   6
Clippings on Paramounts acquisition of Macmillan (and hence Simon & Schuster), 1993
Box   87
Folder   7
Outlines, word counts, and budgets, 1994-1995
Correspondence with Bob Bender and other personnel of Simon & Schuster before final submission of manuscript
Box   87
Folder   8
Correspondence, including lists of interviewees, 1994
Box   87
Folder   9
Cover letter with Chapters 1-6, 1995 February 3
Box   87
Folder   10
Letters to Bender, 1995 July-September
Box   87
Folder   11
Letter to Bender with copy of Hollywood Reporter with Spielberg story, 1995 September 15-17
Box   87
Folder   12
Letters to Bender, 1995 October-1996 March
Box   87
Folder   13
Letters regarding editing and manuscript delivery, 1996
Box   87
Folder   14
Chapters “1ff” fixes
Box   87
Folder   15
Chapter 1 notes and drafts
Box   88
Folder   1-2
Chapter 2 drafts
Box   88
Folder   3
Chapter 2 notes
Box   88
Folder   4
Chapter 3 notes
Box   88
Folder   5
Chapter 5 notes
Box   88
Folder   6
Chapter 6
Box   88
Folder   7
Chapter 6 notes
Box   88
Folder   8
Chapter 7
Box   88
Folder   9
Chapter 7 notes
Box   88
Folder   10
Chapter 8 notes
Box   88
Folder   11
Chapter 9 miscellaneous
Box   88
Folder   12
Chapter 9 notes
Box   88
Folder   13
Chapter 10 notes
Box   89
Folder   1
Chapter 11 notes
Box   89
Folder   2
Chapter 12 outlines
Box   89
Folder   3
Chapter 12
Box   89
Folder   4
Chapter 12 notes
Box   89
Folder   5
Chapter 12 miscellaneous notes
Box   89
Folder   6
Chapter 13 notes
Box   89
Folder   7
Chapter 13 notes, Renee Chen
Box   89
Folder   8
Chapter 14 notes
Box   89
Folder   9
Chapter 15 notes
Box   89
Folder   10
Chapter 16 notes
Box   89
Folder   11-12
Prologue and Chapters 1-6 draft, 1994-1995
Box   89
Folder   13
Notes on the drafts, 1994-1995
Box   89
Folder   14-15
Jean Oppenheimer's copy of manuscripts with notes, 1995 February 3
Box   90
Folder   1
Jean Oppenheimer's revisions
Box   90
Folder   2
Chapters 1-6 draft sent to Bob Bender, 1995 February
Box   90
Folder   3
Letters to Bob Bender regarding drafts, 1995 February-May
Note: Includes lists of interviewees.
Box   90
Folder   4
Ruth O'Hara comments on manuscript, 1995 March
Box   90
Folder   5
Chapters 1-8 notes, 1995 February
Box   90
Folder   6
Bibliography drafts, 1995
Box   90
Folder   7
Epigraphs, revised
Box   90
Folder   8
Final Prologue (ex-chapter 1)
Box   90
Folder   9
Prologue cut version, draft, 1996 March 21
Box   90
Folder   10
Chapter 1 final (ex-chapter 2)
Box   90
Folder   11
Chapter 1 revised, draft, 1996 March 21
Box   90
Folder   12
Chapter 2 final (ex-chapter 3)
Box   90
Folder   13
Chapter 2 revised “3/18 ff,” 1996 March 21
Box   90
Folder   14
Chapter 3 revised, 1996 February
Box   90
Folder   15
Chapter 3 (ex-chapter 4)
Box   90
Folder   16
Prologue and Chapters 1-6 drafts, “Bob's Cut” submitted to Bob Bender of Simon & Schuster, 1996 March 21
Box   91
Folder   1
Chapters 3, 4, 6 drafts, “Bob 3, 4, 6” with cuts proposed by Bob Bender
Box   91
Folder   2
Chapter 4 (ex-chapter 5)
Box   91
Folder   3
Chapter 4 draft, revised, 1996 April 9
Box   91
Folder   4
Chapter 4 draft, revised, 1996 April 25
Box   91
Folder   5
Chapter 5 (ex-chapter 6)
Box   91
Folder   6
Chapter 6 (ex-chapter 7)
Box   91
Folder   7
Chapter 6 draft, revised, 1996 April 9
Box   91
Folder   8
Chapter 7 (ex-chapter 8) draft, 1996 January 23
Box   91
Folder   9
Chapter 8 (ex-chapter 9)
Box   91
Folder   10
Chapter 9 (ex-chapter 10) draft, 1996 January 24
Box   91
Folder   11
Chapter 10 (ex-chapter 11) draft, 1996 January 28
Box   92
Folder   1
Chapter 11 (ex-chapter 12) draft, 1995 December 3
Box   92
Folder   2
Chapter 12 (ex-chapter 13) draft, 1995 December 8
Box   92
Folder   3
Chapter 13 (ex-chapter 14) draft, 1996 January 30
Box   92
Folder   4
Chapter 14 (ex-chapter 15) draft, 1996 January 25
Box   92
Folder   5
Chapter 15, revised PPS draft, 1996 February 15
Box   92
Folder   6
Chapter 16 draft, 1996 March 6
Box   92
Folder   7
Appendices draft, 1996 January 6
Box   92
Folder   8
Material for inserts final draft, 1996 May
Box   92
Folder   9
Editing miscellaneous, 1996 May-June
Box   92
Folder   10
Cutting information, 1996 June 22
Box   93
Folder   1-3
Copy-edited typescript, 1996 June 28
Box   93
Folder   4
Copy-edited manuscript notes (checked), 1996 September 11
Box   93
Folder   5
Notes regarding title
Box   93
Folder   6
Simon & Schuster front matter
Box   93
Folder   7
Acknowledgments copy
Box   93
Folder   8
Filmography and videography, 1996 August 27
Box   94
Folder   1
Final notes sections draft, 1996 September 6
Box   94
Folder   2
Cutting notes with Ruth O'Hara, 1996 September 16
Box   94
Folder   3
Fixes remaining, 1996 September 28
Box   94
Folder   4
“New ending”
Box   94
Folder   5
Acknowledgments drafts, 1996 October
Box   94
Folder   6
Acknowledgments notes, 1996 October
Box   94
Folder   7
Bound galleys
Box   94
Folder   8
Names and addresses for bound galleys
Box   94
Folder   9
Proofs: final editing material
Box   94
Folder   10
Simon & Schuster correspondence regarding proofs, index, late 1996
Box   94
Folder   11
Revisions, 1996 November 1
Box   95
Folder   1
Notes and correspondence regarding editing and publicity
Note: Including material relating to research and interview trips in 1994-1995.
Box   95
Folder   2
Draft material
Box   95
Folder   3
Final editing notes, late 1996
Box   95
Folder   4
Correspondence with Simon & Schuster before publication, 1997
Box   95
Folder   5
Index: notes, 1997 January 27-28
Illustrations
Box   95
Folder   6
Photographs: photocopies
Box   95
Folder   7
Photo permissions correspondence
Box   95
Folder   8
Simon & Schuster photocopy of the illustrations section of the book
Box   95
Folder   9
Proofs
Box   95
Folder   10
Illustration captions drafts and proofs
Box   95
Folder   11
Caption revisions
Box   95
Folder   12
Caption revision (redone)
Cover
Box   96
Folder   1
Proposed cover and jacket copy: photocopies (color)
Note: Also includes correspondence with Fred Zinnemann about a cover quotation and cover of John Baxter's book on Spielberg.
Box   96
Folder   2
Cover quotations: correspondence with Annette Insdorf and Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey
Simon & Schuster sales campaign
Box   96
Folder   3
Sales campaign proposal, 1994 January
Box   96
Folder   4
Joseph McBride's proposals for the press campaign, 1994 Spring
Box   96
Folder   5
Drafts of press release announcing the book project, 1993-1994
Box   96
Folder   6
Author's questionnaire, filled in by Joseph McBride, 1995 December 30
Box   96
Folder   7
Spring Simon & Schuster Catalogue, 1997 Spring
Box   96
Folder   8
Correspondence with Simon & Schuster staff
Note: Predominantly with Bob Bender and Johanna Li regarding index, proofs, and sales campaign.
Box   96
Folder   9
Correspondence with Holly Zapalla of Simon & Schuster, 1997 January-March
Box   96
Folder   10
Correspondence and notes on meetings with Anita Halton, publicist for Simon & Schuster, 1997 February
Box   96
Folder   11
Campaign agenda, 1997 March
Box   96
Folder   12
Press release, 1997 March
Box   96
Folder   13
List of people to receive books, 1997 March
Box   96
Folder   14
Media contact list
Box   96
Folder   15
Correspondence with Holly Zappala, Anita Halton, and Ava Schoen of Simon & Schuster, 1997 April
Box   96
Folder   16
Anita Halton Associates pitch letter, 1997 April 16
Box   96
Folder   17
Suggested questions for interviews with McBride, 1997 March
Box   96
Folder   18
Materials on McBride and his various books for distribution to the press
Box   96
Folder   19
Publicity schedules, 1997 April
Box   97
Folder   1
Speech on Spielberg and childhood: draft, 1997 April 13
Box   97
Folder   2
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, 1997 April
Box   97
Folder   3-6
Publicity: launch party, congratulatory correspondence, 1997 May
Box   97
Folder   7
Pre-publication extract in Boxoffice on Firelight, 1997 May
Box   97
Folder   8
Agreement for use of illustrations from the book on television show Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends, 1997 May 6
Box   97
Folder   9
Book signings information materials
Box   97
Folder   10
Schedules for book signings and similar events involving McBride, 1997 May-July
Box   98
Folder   1
Book tour expense reports: Arizona, and Cupertino, California, 1997 April-June
Correspondence with Simon & Schuster
Box   98
Folder   2
regarding sales campaign, 1997 July-August
Box   98
Folder   3
regarding changes for the second printing, 1997 August
Box   98
Folder   4
regarding foreign rights, 1997 August-October
Box   98
Folder   5
Brandeis University Annual Authors and Celebrity Luncheon correspondence, 1997 November 13
Box   98
Folder   6
Jewish Community Center of Southern New Jersey, correspondence regarding a speech by McBride on Spielberg and Judaism, 1997 December
Box   98
Folder   7
Reviews
British edition by Faber and Faber
Box   98
Folder   8
Correspondence with publishers, 1997
Box   98
Folder   9
Correspondence with Rachel Alexander
Box   98
Folder   10
Review by William Cash in The Observer (1997 April 13): 18 and McBride's letter in response (1997 April 20): 2
Da Capo Press paperback edition, 1999
Box   98
Folder   11
Jacket proof
Box   98
Folder   12
Correspondence on Da Capo press release about publication
Post-1997 McBride publications on Spielberg
Box   98
Folder   13
Article on The Sugarland Express for American Movie Classics, 2001 September 4
Box   98
Folder   14
Article on Indiana Jones movies for American Movie Classics, 2002 March
Orson Welles
Note: Joseph McBride's first book on Welles was Orson Welles (London: Secker & Warburg, 1972). A revised edition of this book was published in 1996 McBride published What Ever Happened to Orson Welles: A Portrait of an Independent Career (University Press of Kentucky, 2006). He is also the author of a number of articles on Welles.
Research
Box   99
Folder   1
Orson Welles Materials in the Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana: finding aids
Box   99
Folder   2
Work lists and bibliographies
Box   99
Folder   3-4
Notes on Welles by Joseph McBride
Box   99
Folder   5
Interviews on Welles
Box   99
Folder   6
Notes on Joseph McBride's meetings with Orson Welles
Box   99
Folder   7
Writings by Orson Welles
Box   99
Folder   8
Published interviews with Orson Welles
Articles on Welles
Box   99
Folder   9
Alva Johnston and Fred Smith, “How to Raise a Child--the Education of Orson Welles,” Saturday Evening Post 212, no. 30 (1940 January 20): 9-11, 94, 96; 212, no. 31 (1940 January 27): 24-6, 51-4; 212, no. 32 (1940 February 3): 27, 38, 40, 45
Note: Also includes MacKinlay Kantor, “Gun Crazy,” Saturday Evening Post 212, no. 32 (1940 February 3): 18-19, 57-8, 60, 62.
Box   99
Folder   10
F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Pat Hobby and Orson Welles,” Esquire (1940 May), reprinted in The Pat Hobby Stories
Box   99
Folder   11
Portrait of Welles by Al Hirschfeld: photocopy, “The Lost Kingdom of Orson Welles,” The New York Review of Books 11, no. 9 (1993 May 13) 40-6,
Note: Article previously titled by McBride, “No Wine Before its Time.”
Box   116
Folder   2-3
Proofs, and correspondence with Barbara Epstein
Clippings: short news items on Welles
Box   99
Folder   12
1940-1949
Box   99
Folder   13
1950-1959
Box   99
Folder   14
1960-1969
Box   100
Folder   1
1970-1979
Box   100
Folder   2
1980-1985
Box   100
Folder   3
Obituaries and tributes, 1985-1986
Box   100
Folder   4
1985 and after
Box   100
Folder   5
Wellesnet: The Orson Welles Web Resource: printed copies of pages from website, 2003
Note: See http://wellesnet.com
Retrospectives and Tributes
Box   100
Folder   6
Flyers, posters, schedules for Welles tribute and retrospectives, circa 1981-2004
Note: Including: Haagsfilmhuis, The Hague, Netherlands, Orson Welles retrospective, September 3-13, 1981; Memorial service, November 2, 1985; Film Forum, New York City, February, 2004: “The Unknown Orson Welles: Welles Treasures from the Munich Film museum”; and American Cinematheque, Los Angeles, February-March, 2004: “Rogue Genius: An Orson Welles Retrospective”
Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland, 2005 August
Box   100
Folder   7
Program, clippings and correspondence
Box   100
Folder   8
Notes on screenings
Box   101
Folder   1
Welles-related events in Los Angeles, 2006 August
Books on Welles
Simon Callow, Orson Welles (London: Thames and Hudson, 1972; revised edition, New York: Da Capo Press, 1996)
Box   116
Folder   4
Proofs of revised edition
Box   101
Folder   2
Clippings of reviews and comment of revised edition
Box   101
Folder   3
Ronald Gottesman, editor, Focus on Orson Welles (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1976): photocopy of book
Box   101
Folder   4
David Thomson, Rosebud: The Story of Orson Welles (New York: Knopf, 2002): reviews and comment; other articles on Welles by Thomson
Special issues of journals
Box   101
Folder   5
Cahiers du cinéma (1982)
Box   101
Folder   6
Positif (July-August 1992)
Box   101
Folder   7
Video Watchdog, no. 23 (May-July 1994)
Box   101
Folder   8
The Guardian (London), review, 2003 August 29
Box   101
Folder   9
Critical articles on Welles
Note: For articles on particular films and Welles associates, see People and Works files.
Subject files
Wisconsin
Box   101
Folder   10
Clippings about the Welles family in Kenosha and Welles' childhood in Wisconsin
Box   101
Folder   11
Research by John and Martha Kreidl
Box   101
Folder   12
Research by Nadine Goff on Welles' school in Madison
Box   101
Folder   13
Welles and the Black Dahlia Murder case
Box   101
Folder   14
Red Channels: photocopies about Welles and his associates, articles on Welles and blacklisting, 1950
Box   102
Folder   1
Obesity
Note: Clippings and web printouts on obesity in general, and Welles' obesity.
Box   102
Folder   2
Oscar for Citizen Kane and Beatrice Welles' attempt to sell it, 2003
People
Note: Materials concerning Welles' associates and collaborators, and other Welles researchers.
Peter Bogdanovich
Box   102
Folder   3
General
Box   102
Folder   4
Correspondence with Joseph McBride
Box   102
Folder   5
George Coulouris
Box   102
Folder   6
F.X. Feeney
Gary Graver
Box   102
Folder   7
General
Box   102
Folder   8
Meeting with McBride and Stefan Drössler, Los Angeles, 2003 April
Box   102
Folder   9
Interview transcript, 2003 April 6
Note: Making Movies with Orson Welles / memoir by Gary Graver and Andrew J. Rausch.
Box   102
Folder   10
Introduction by Joseph McBride
Box   102
Folder   11
Typescript with corrections by Joseph McBride
Box   102
Folder   12
Obituary and memorial celebration
Box   102
Folder   13
Curtis Harrington
Box   103
Folder   1
Bernard Herrmann
Box   103
Folder   2
John Houseman
Box   103
Folder   3
Henry Jaglom
Box   103
Folder   4
Pauline Kael
Note: See also Citizen Kane files.
Box   103
Folder   5
Micheál MacLiammóir
Box   103
Folder   6
Jeanne Moreau
Box   103
Folder   7
Jonathan Rosenbaum
Box   103
Folder   8
Jim Steinmeyer
Box   103
Folder   9
Virgil Thomson
Box   103
Folder   10
Gregg Toland
Works
Note: Works by or in collaboration with Orson Welles.
Theater
Box   103
Folder   11
The WPA Federal Theatre Project
Note: Horse Eats Hat (Welles' version of Un Chapeau de paille d'Italie); Macbeth; Faustus (also Project 891, a 2002 play about the Federal Theatre Project).
Box   103
Folder   14
Too Much Johnson (1938)
Note: Also includes materials on the film footage Welles shot for a stage production of the farce.
Radio
Box   103
Folder   12
Miscellaneous
Note: The Mercury Theatre on the Air; The Black Museum; The Orson Welles Almanac (1945-1946).
Box   103
Folder   13
Dracula (1938)
Box   103
Folder   15
War of the Worlds, The (1938)
Box   103
Folder   16
His Honor, the Mayor (1941)
Box   103
Folder   17
Mercury Wonder Show, The (1943)
Television
Box   103
Folder   18
Miscellaneous: program of the AFI's 1986 National Video Festival
Note: Including essays on various Welles television projects: Around the World with Orson Welles (1955); The Orson Welles Show (1978-1979); and Moby Dick (1955).
Box   103
Folder   19
King Lear (for Omnibus, 1952)
Note: Includes Welles' proposals for stage and screen versions.
Box   103
Folder   20
Orson Welles Sketchbook (1955)
Box   103
Folder   21
Around the World with Orson Welles (1955)
Note: Includes correspondence and drafts of review of DVD edition by Joseph McBride.
Box   103
Folder   22
Fountain of Youth, The (1956)
Box   103
Folder   23
Merv Griffin Show, The (1985)
Films directed by Welles
Box   103
Folder   24
Hearts of Age, The (1934)
Citizen Kane (1941)
Box   103
Folder   25
General
Box   103
Folder   26
Joseph McBride, “Rough Sledding with Pauline Kael,” Film Heritage (Fall 1971), p. 13-15: drafts, photocopy
Box   103
Folder   27
50th Anniversary Edition, 1991
Box   103
Folder   28
Beatrice Welles' suit over the rights to the film, 2007
Note: Includes opinion by Judge Ronald M. Gould, May 30, 2007.
Box   104
Folder   1
Magnificent Ambersons, The (1942)
Box   104
Folder   2
Stranger, The (1946)
Box   104
Folder   3
Lady from Shanghai, The (1948)
Box   104
Folder   4
Macbeth (1948)
Box   104
Folder   5
Othello (1952)
Box   104
Folder   6
Mr. Arkadin, a.k.a. Confidential Report (1955)
Touch of Evil (1958)
Box   104
Folder   7
General
Box   104
Folder   8
1998 restored version
Box   104
Folder   9
Proposal by Joseph McBride for a documentary film/video on the restoration
Box   104
Folder   10
Planned DVD commentary by Joseph McBride, 2008
Box   104
Folder   11
Trial, The (1962)
Box   104
Folder   12
Chimes at Midnight (1965)
Box   104
Folder   13
Immortal Story, The (1968)
Box   104
Folder   14
F for Fake (1974)
Box   104
Folder   15
Filming 'Othello' (1978)
Box   104
Folder   16
Filming 'The Trial' (1981)
Films directed or scripted by Welles but completed by others after his death
Box   104
Folder   17
Don Quixote (1992)
It's All True: Based on an Unfinished Film by Orson Welles (1993)
Box   105
Folder   1
General
Box   105
Folder   2
McBride lecture at Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California, 2008 April 13
Box   105
Folder   3
Big Brass Ring, The (1999)
Films not directed by Welles in which he features as actor or narrator
Box   105
Folder   4
Tanks (1942)
Box   105
Folder   5
Jane Eyre (1944): DVD commentary by Joseph McBride: research notes, clippings, and web printouts
Box   105
Folder   6
Battle for Survival (1947)
Box   105
Folder   7
Third Man, The (1949)
Box   105
Folder   8
Compulsion (1959)
Box   105
Folder   9
Centinelas del silencio/Sentinels of Silence (1971)
Films uncompleted
Note: Arranged alphabetical by title.
Box   105
Folder   10
Cradle Will Rock, The: Welles screenplay, editor James Pepper (Santa Barbara: Santa Teresa Press, 1993): proof copy
Note: For the 1999 film Cradle Will Rock, see Box 106, folder 13, and Box 107, folders 1-3.
Box   105
Folder   11
Deep, The
Box   105
Folder   12
Dreamers, The
Box   105
Folder   13
Heart of Darkness
Other Side of the Wind, The
Box   116
Folder   1
Research: Ernest Hemingway, “The Dangerous Summer,” Life magazine (September 1960): photocopy
Box   105
Folder   14-15
Critical references to the film project and clippings
Box   106
Folder   1
Critical references to the film project and clippings (continued)
Box   106
Folder   2
Script pages
Box   106
Folder   3
Correspondence between Joseph McBride and potential backers of the completion project, 1998
Box   106
Folder   4
Deal memo for the completion project, 1998 June 30
Box   106
Folder   5
Showtime proposal for the completion project, 1998 September
Box   106
Folder   6
Correspondence with Rick Schmidlin regarding the deal memo, 1998 November
Box   106
Folder   7
Correspondence between Joseph McBride and Reel.com and Sony Pictures, 2000
Box   106
Folder   8
Correspondence about the rights to the project, 2000
Box   106
Folder   9
Correspondence with Maury Muehle, McBride's lawyer, about the completion project, 2000
Documentaries about Orson Welles and his films
Box   106
Folder   10
Miscellaneous
Box   106
Folder   11
Orson Welles: The One-Man Band (1995)
Box   106
Folder   12
Battle over Citizen Kane, The (2002)
Films (fictional) featuring Welles as a character
Cradle Will Rock (1999)
Box   106
Folder   13
Pressbook, McBride's viewing notes, clippings and reviews
Box   107
Folder   1-2
Joseph McBride, “Robbing the Cradle,” article on the film; correspondence with Reel.com regarding publication
Box   107
Folder   3
Joseph McBride, “McBride on the Battle over Orson Welles,” Directors World (December 14, 1999): drafts and printout of web version
Note: Also discusses RKO 281.
Box   107
Folder   4
RKO 281 (1999)
Films drawing more or less indirectly on Welles' life and career
Box   107
Folder   5
Someone to Love (1987)
Box   107
Folder   6
Player, The (1992)
Box   107
Folder   7
Cat's Meow, The (2001)
Box   107
Folder   8
Novels and stage plays featuring Welles as a character
McBride works on Welles
Articles
Note: For articles on associates of Welles or individual films, see People and Works files above.
Box   107
Folder   9
Wisconsin State Journal articles, 1970
Box   107
Folder   10
“All's Welles,” Film Comment (1979): 25-7
Box   107
Folder   11
“Orson Welles Likes Himself,” Gallery 1, no. 2 (December 1972): 36-8, 145, 148 and 184: photocopy (excerpt from Welles)
“The Lost Kingdom of Orson Welles,” The New York Review of Books, 11, no. 9 (May 13, 1993): 40-6
Note: Article previously titled by McBride “No Wine Before its Time.” For proofs, see Box 115, folders 2-3.
Box   107
Folder   12-13
Research notes, drafts, and correspondence
Box   108
Folder   1
Draft submitted to the magazine, 1993 January 9
Box   108
Folder   2
Revisions and related correspondence, 1993 February-April
Box   108
Folder   3
Photocopy of published version, faxed to Peter Bogdanovich, 1996 September 6
Lectures and seminars
Box   108
Folder   4
Seminar at the Museum of Television and Radio, Beverly Hills, California, 2000 May 16
Box   108
Folder   5
“What Ever Happened to Orson Welles?”: lecture by Joseph McBride, San Francisco State University, 2007 February 8
Note: Includes: flyer and outline of lecture.
Teaching
Box   108
Folder   6
Course outlines, 2003, 2006
Note: Outline for San Francisco State University, 2003, and proposed outline for Orange Coast College, 2006.
Books
Orson Welles (London: Thames and Hudson, 1972; revised and expanded edition, New York: Da Capo Press, 1996)
Box   108
Folder   7
Outline and notes, 1971-1972
Box   108
Folder   8
Correspondence with Da Capo Press, mostly to Yuval Taylor, 1995-1996
Box   108
Folder   9
Research
Box   108
Folder   10
Research correspondence with Bart Whaley
Box   109
Folder   1
Draft pages for revised edition, 1995
Box   109
Folder   2
Revisions
Box   109
Folder   3-4
Revised typescript
Box   109
Folder   5-6
Final typescript
Box   109
Folder   7
Illustrations
Box   109
Folder   8
Da Capo Press sales campaign for the book,1996
Box   110
Folder   1
Orson Welles: (Actor and Director) (New York: Jove Publications, 1977): photocopy
What Ever Happened to Orson Welles?: A Portrait of an Independent Career (Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 2006)
Note: Also titled at various stages “Working with Orson Welles,” and “No Wine Before its Time.”
Box   110
Folder   2
Book agenda: handwritten notes
Box   110
Folder   3
Notes, 2001 December-2002 January
Box   110
Folder   4
Proposal, 2002 March
Box   110
Folder   5
Prospectus, 2002 February-April
Box   110
Folder   6
Draft, 2002 June 18
Box   110
Folder   7
Chapter 1 topics: handwritten notes
Box   110
Folder   8
Notes on Welles document: handwritten notes
Box   110
Folder   9-10
Draft, as “No Wine Before its Time,” 2002
Box   111
Folder   1
Draft, partial, submitted to Ecco Press, 2003 February 13
Box   111
Folder   2
Introduction new draft, 2003 June
Box   111
Folder   3
Draft and notes, 2003 July
Box   111
Folder   4
Fixes, 2003 September
Box   111
Folder   5-6
Draft submitted to Ecco Press, 2003 October
Box   112
Folder   1-2
Draft edited for Ecco Press by Julia Serebrinsky, 2004 February
Box   112
Folder   3
Correspondence with Ecco Press, 2004 March-April
Box   112
Folder   4
Correspondence with Maurice Muhle (McBride's lawyer), 2004 April
Box   112
Folder   5-6
Draft, 2004-2005
Box   113
Folder   1
Correspondence with University of Wisconsin Press, 2004-2005
Box   113
Folder   2
Correspondence with University Press of Kentucky, 2005-2006
Box   113
Folder   3
Readers reports from University of Wisconsin Press and University Press of Kentucky, 2004-2006
Box   113
Folder   4
Revisions and additions, 2005 December
Box   113
Folder   5
Revisions, 2006 March
Box   113
Folder   6
Final revisions, 2006 April
Box   113
Folder   7
Record of delivery of manuscript to University Press of Kentucky, 2006 January
Box   113
Folder   8-9
Copy-edited typescript, 2006 May
Box   114
Folder   1-2
Page proof, 2006 May
Box   114
Folder   3-4
Proof notes and queries
Box   114
Folder   5
Indexing page proof
Box   114
Folder   6
Index notes and queries
Box   114
Folder   7
Draft of index, 2006 June
Box   115
Folder   1
Page proof of index
Box   115
Folder   2
Correspondence on illustrations and cover
Box   115
Folder   3
Proof of illustrations and cover
Box   115
Folder   4
Final proof copy
Box   115
Folder   5
University Press of Kentucky publicity campaign for the book
Box   115
Folder   6
Publication notes
Box   115
Folder   7
Review copies
Box   115
Folder   8
Correspondence with readers
Box   115
Folder   9
Proposal for a French edition: correspondence
Other Books by Joseph McBride
Hawks on Hawks
Note: First published Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1982; republished London: Faber and Faber, 1996.
Box   115
Folder   5
Correspondence and page proof of Faber edition
High and Inside: An A-to-Z Guide to the Language of Baseball
Note: First published as High and Inside: A Complete Guide to the Language of Baseball, 1980; 2nd edition, Lincolnwood, Illinois: Contemporary Books, 1997.
Box   117
Folder   1
Correspondence with Craig Bolt of Contemporary Books regarding the new edition
Box   117
Folder   2
Research correspondence and clippings
Box   117
Folder   3-4
Revision copy, 1997
Box   117
Folder   5-6
Revision proof, 1997
Box   117
Folder   7
Corrected proof pages
Box   117
Folder   8
Index proofs
Box   118
Folder   1
Cover copy and artwork
Box   118
Folder   2
Contemporary Books Fall Catalog, 1997
Box   118
Folder   3-4
Notes, clippings, and correspondence
Book of Movie Lists: An Offbeat, The, Provocative Collection of the Best and Worst of Everything in Movies (Lincolnwood, Illinois: Contemporary Books, 1998)
Box   118
Folder   5
Leonard Maltin's lists on Cinemania: printouts from website
Note: As of September 2012 this site appears to have moved or no longer exists. [http://cinemania.msn.com/InFocus/]
Box   118
Folder   6
Patrick Robertson, Guinness Film Facts and Feats (London: Guinness Superlatives, 1985): photocopy
Box   118
Folder   7
Richard B. Armstrong and Mary Willems Armstrong, The Movie List Book (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co, 1990): photocopy
Box   118
Folder   8
Sample lists sent to Richard Parks, 1997 June 2
Box   118
Folder   9
Correspondence regarding guest lists
Box   118
Folder   10
Guest lists from Ray Greene, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Leonard Maltin, Gavin Lambert, Jonathan Lethem, Bob Thomas, Charles Champlin, John McBride, Ruth O'Hara, Noel O'Hara
Box   118
Folder   11
Draft lists 1-34, 71-100, 101-125, 126-150
Box   118
Folder   12
Skipped lists
Box   119
Folder   1-2
Complete draft of book
Box   119
Folder   3
Correspondence with publishers and copy editors
Box   119
Folder   4-5
Author's corrected proofs, 1998 May 29
Box   119
Folder   6
Correspondence with Craig Bolt regarding proofs, late additions, index proof
Box   119
Folder   7
Clip art: email correspondence
Box   119
Folder   8
Cover copy
Box   119
Folder   9
Press release
Box   139
Card index for The Book of Movie Lists
Published Magazine Articles
Note: Some articles may include correspondence, drafts, proofs, pressbooks, and press materials. Arranged alphabetically by magazine title, includes web journals.
American Movie Classics (AMC) Magazine
Box   139
Folder   10
Notes and correspondence, 1998-1999
Box   139
Folder   11
“Making Pictures of the Personality Hawks, Wayne, and Rio Bravo,” 1999
Box   139
Folder   12
“Howard Hawks, American Artist,” 2000
Box   120
Folder   1
“The Man Who Told the Three Stooges How to Nyuk-Nyuk-Nyuk: Edward L. Bernds Talks about Directing the Stooges,” American Movie Classics.com, 2000 January
Note: See also “Moe, Larry, Curly and Ed?,” American Movie Classics Magazine 13, no. 3, March 13, 2000.
Box   120
Folder   2-4
Lists of movie trivia for AMC quizzes: 2001 September 7, 20, 21, October 19
Box   120
Folder   5
Lists of trivia for AMC quizzes, 2002
Box   120
Folder   6
Short pieces
Note

December 4, 2001:
Trader Horn (1931), Trade Winds (1938), The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1936), Trail of the Vigilantes (1940), Trail Street (1947), The Train (1964), The Train Robbers (1973), Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1926), Trapeze (1956), Treasure Island (1934), Treasure Island (1950), Treasure of Lost Canyon (1952), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945), Trial (1955), Tribute to a Bad Man (1956), The Trip (1967), Trouble along the Way (1953), Trouble for Two (1936), Trouble in Paradise (1932), The Trouble with Angels (1966), The Trouble with Harry (1955), True Grit (1969), The True Story of Jesse James (1957)

June 6, 2002:
Al Capone (1959), The Bowery Boys (series, 1937-1958), Bulldog Drummond (series, 1929-1969), William Castle, Roger Corman, Dangerous Holiday (1937), Dangerous When Wet (1953), Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959), The Dark Angel (1935), The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1960), Dark City (1950), The Dark Mirror (1946), The Dark Past (1948), Darling, How Could You! (1951), A Date with Judy (1948), Dawn of the Dead (1978), A Day of Fury (1956), D-Day, the Sixth of June (1956), Dr. Kildare (series, 1937-1947), Expresso Bongo (1960), The Fastest Gun Alive (1956), Clark Gable, The Glass Key (1942), Glen and Randa (1971), The Great Imposter (1961), Here Comes the Groom (1951), Hollywood Hotel (1938), Impact (1949), Japanese War Bride (1952), Ma and Pa Kettle (series, 1949-1957), Magnificent Obsession (1954), Maisie (series, 1939-1947), The Major and the Minor (1942), Make Haste to Live (1954), Mame (1974), A Man Alone (1955), A Man Betrayed (1941), A Man Called Peter (1955), Mexican Spitfire (series, 1939-1943), Oscar Micheaux, Montana Belle (1952), The Most Dangerous Game (1932), New Orleans (1947), The Old-Fashioned Way (1934), Olsen and Johnson (series, 1930-1945), Our Gang (series, 1922-1948), Penrod (series, 1922-1938), Period of Adjustment (1962), Pete Kelly's Blues (1955), Pete 'n' Tillie (1972), Peter Ibbetson (1935), The Petrified Forest (1936), Petulia (1968), Peyton Place (1957), Phantom Lady (1944), Phantom of Santa Fe (1936), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), The Phantom Tollbooth (1969), The Phenix City Story (1955), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Philo Vance (series, 1929-1947), Phone Call from a Stranger (1952), Primrose Path (1940), The Private War of Major Benson (1955), The Prize (1963), Professor Beware (1938), The Proud Rebel (1958), Pulp (1972), The Purchase Price (1932), The Purple Heart (1944), Pursued (1947), Putney Swope (1969), Queen Bee (1955), Queen of Outer Space (1958), Quicksand (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), Rachel and the Stranger (1948), The Rage of Paris (1938), Rainbow Round My Shoulder (1952), The Razor's Edge (1946), The Rebel Set (1959), Reckless (1935), Red-Headed Woman (1932), The Redhead from Wyoming (1953), Rio Lobo (1970), The Saint (series, 1939-1954), San Quentin (1946), The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969), Smilin Through (1941), Smith! (1969), That Night in Rio (1941), These Thousand Hills (1959), 3 Women (1977), Torchy Blane (series, 1937-39), Edward D. Wood Jr.

Boxoffice
Note: Reviews and interviews.
Box   120
Folder   7
Clippings of various reviews, 1996
Box   120
Folder   8
Manny & Lo, 1996
Box   120
Folder   9
Nixon, 1996 February
Box   120
Folder   10
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco, 1996
Box   120
Folder   11
Up Close & Personal, 1996
Box   120
Folder   12
Heaven's Prisoners, 1996
Box   120
Folder   13
Visitors, The, 1996
Box   120
Folder   14
Striptease, 1996
Box   121
Folder   1
Hustler White, 1996
Box   121
Folder   2
Interview with Rob Cohen regarding Daylight, 1996
Box   121
Folder   3
Michael Collins and Some Mother's Son, 1996
Box   121
Folder   4
Kingpin, 1996
Box   121
Folder   5
Get on the Bus, 1996
Box   121
Folder   6
In Love and War, 1996 December 11
Box   121
Folder   7
Mirror Has Two Faces, The, 1997 January
Box   121
Folder   8
Holly Hunter and Crash, 1997
Note: See also Audio Recordings, #3-4.
Box   121
Folder   9
Murder at 1600, 1997
Box   121
Folder   10
Hercules, 1997
Box   121
Folder   11
Nowhere, submitted 1997 March 10
Box   121
Folder   12
Shiloh, released 1997 April 25
Box   121
Folder   13
Amazon Warrior and Kim, 1997 April 21
Box   121
Folder   14
Lost World, The: Jurassic Park, 1997 May 23
Box   121
Folder   15
Titanic, submitted 1997 November 17
Box   121
Folder   16
Kundun, submitted 1997 December 8
Box   138
Folder   6
Kundun, submitted 1997 December 8 (continued)
Box   121
Folder   17
Proposition, The, accessed 1998 April 2
Bright Lights Film Journal
Box   122
Folder   1
“George Cukor: The Valor of Discretion,” 2001 April
Cineaste
“An Old Master's Cri de Coeur: Alfred Hitchcock's Mary Rose,” 26, no. 2 (2001): 24-8
Note: See Box 128, folder 6.
Box   122
Folder   2
Drafts of review of Jean Renoir 3-Disc Collectors Edition DVD (Lionsgate, 2007) for Cineaste 33, no. 1 (Winter 2007): 68-70
Cinemania Online
Note: Reviews.
Box   122
Folder   3
General correspondence, including sample reviews and biographical details
Box   122
Folder   4
All Over Me, submitted 1997 April 23
Box   122
Folder   5
Broken English, submitted 1997 April 30
Box   122
Folder   6
Rudyard Kipling's The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo, submitted 1997 May 20
Box   122
Folder   7
Wedding Bell Blues, submitted 1997 June 11
Box   122
Folder   8
Squeeze, submitted 1997 June 13
Box   122
Folder   9
Last Time I Committed Suicide, The, submitted 1997 June 18
Box   122
Folder   10
Head above Water, submitted 1997 June 23
Box   122
Folder   11
Alive & Kicking, George of the Jungle, Late Bloomers, The Swan Princess, and The Winner, submitted 1997 July
Box   122
Folder   12
Alive and Kicking, submitted 1997 July 23
Box   122
Folder   13
George of the Jungle
Box   122
Folder   14
Late Bloomers
Box   122
Folder   15
Swan Princess, The, submitted 1997 July 21
Box   122
Folder   16
Wishmaster, submitted 1997 July 22
Box   122
Folder   17
Air Bud, submitted 1997 July 29
Box   123
Folder   18
Def Jam's How to Be a Player
Box   123
Folder   1
Steel, submitted 1997 August 18
Box   123
Folder   2
Pippi Longstocking, submitted 1997 August 18
Box   123
Folder   3
Masterminds, submitted 1997 August 19
Box   123
Folder   4
Mouth to Mouth, submitted 1997 September 1
Box   123
Folder   5
Gravesend, submitted 1997 September 2
Box   123
Folder   6
Latin Boys Go to Hell, submitted 1997 September 3
Box   123
Folder   7
Gravesend, Latin Boys Go to Hell and Mouth to Mouth, submitted 1997 September 5
Box   123
Folder   8
Stag, submitted 1997 September 5
Box   123
Folder   9
Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The, submitted 1997 September 6
Box   123
Folder   10
Self-Made Hero, A (Un Héros très discret), submitted 1997 September 7
Box   123
Folder   11
Long Way Home, The, submitted 1997 September 19
Box   123
Folder   12
House of Yes, The, submitted 1997 September 24
Box   123
Folder   13
Ice Storm, The, submitted 1997 September 24
Box   123
Folder   14
Eves Bayou, submitted 1997 September 30
Box   123
Folder   15
Screening schedules, publicity materials, notes for reviews, 1997 October
Box   123
Folder   16
Cries of Silence, Timeless, Rocketman, Kiss and Tell, Gummo, 1997 October
Box   123
Folder   17
Bean, submitted 1997 October
Box   123
Folder   18
Mad City, 1997 October?
Box   124
Folder   1
Cries of Silence, submitted 1997 October 3
Box   124
Folder   2
Kiss or Kill, submitted 1997 October 9
Box   124
Folder   3
Gummo, submitted 1997 October 16
Box   124
Folder   4
Life Less Ordinary, A, submitted 1997 October 17
Box   124
Folder   5
Twilight of the Golds, The, submitted 1997 October 17
Box   124
Folder   6
Critical Care, submitted 1997 October 29
Box   124
Folder   7
Switchback, submitted 1997 October 29
Box   124
Folder   8
Man Who Knew Too Little, The, submitted 1997 November 9
Box   124
Folder   9
Education of Little Tree, The, submitted 1997 November 14
Box   124
Folder   10
Flubber, submitted 1997 November 21
Box   138
Folder   7
Flubber, submitted 1997 November 21 (continued)
Box   124
Folder   11
Mortal Kombat Annihilation, submitted 1997 November 24
Box   124
Folder   12
Bad Boy Bubby, submitted 1997 December 4
Box   124
Folder   13
As Good As It Gets, submitted 1997 December 7
Box   124
Folder   14
Tomorrow Never Dies, submitted 1997 December 12
Box   124
Folder   15
Mr. Magoo, submitted 1997 December 21
Box   124
Folder   16
“Great Gloria: Gloria Stuart Tells How She Made a Titanic Comeback,” 1998
Box   125
Folder   1
Four Days in September, submitted 1998 January 9
Box   124
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1998 January-February
Note: Including drafts, press materials, clippings of reviews of Great Expectations, Barney's Great Adventure, Voyage to the Beginning of the World, Tomorrow Never Dies, Wide Awake, The Leading Man, The Wedding Singer, and The Only Thrill.
Box   124
Folder   3
Great Expectations, circa 1998
Box   124
Folder   4
Titanic, submitted 1998 January 12
Box   124
Folder   5
Star Kid, accessed 1998 January 16
Box   124
Folder   6
Post Coitum, Animal Triste, submitted 1998 January 22
Box   124
Folder   7
Spice World, accessed 1998 January 26
Box   124
Folder   8
Slappy and the Stinkers, accessed 1998 January 26
Box   124
Folder   9
Wedding Singer, The, submitted 1998 February 6
Box   125
Folder   10
Mission to Mir, submitted 1998 February 10
Box   125
Folder   11
Leading Man, The, submitted 1998 February 13
Box   125
Folder   12
I Love You, Don't Touch Me!, submitted 1998 February 19-20
Box   125
Folder   13
Caught Up, submitted 1998 March 1
Box   125
Folder   14
Butcher Boy, The, submitted 1998 March 17
Box   125
Folder   15
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, submitted 1998 March 28
Box   125
Folder   16
Truce, The (La Tregua), submitted 1998 April
Box   125
Folder   17
Players Club, The, submitted 1998 April 7
Box   125
Folder   18
Shooting Fish, submitted 1998 April 15
Box   125
Folder   19
Suicide Kings, submitted 2009 April 15
Box   125
Folder   20
Break, The, submitted 1998 April 18
Box   126
Folder   1
Déjà Vu, submitted 1998 April 23
Box   126
Folder   2
Tarzan and the Lost City, submitted 1998 April 26
Box   126
Folder   3
Los Locos: Posse Rides Again, submitted 1998 April 22
Box   126
Folder   4
Still Breathing, submitted 1998 April 27
Box   126
Folder   5
Hanging Garden, The, submitted 1998 May 8
Box   126
Folder   6
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen, submitted 1998 May 10
Box   126
Folder   7
Classic films, circa 1999 February 17
Note: Citizen Kane, Gone with the Wind, The Godfather, Intolerance, City Lights, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Tokyo Story.
Creativeplanet.com
Box   126
Folder   8
“Rebirth of a Controversy: D.W. Griffith,” 2000
Box   126
Folder   9
“Director-Provocateur Ex-Critic Rod Lurie,” interview with Rod Lurie, 2000
Directorsworld.com
Box   126
Folder   10
“Who Gets the Credit?,” posted 1999 October 11
Box   126
Folder   11
“How Can a Director Direct Critics?,” posted 1999 December 20
Box   126
Folder   12
Interview with Rick Schmidlin on the restoration of Greed, posted 1999 December 8
Eureka Entertainment
Box   126
Folder   13
Commentary on “Buster Keaton: The Complete Short Films, 1917-1923,” Eureka Entertainment DVD, 2006
Film Quarterly
Box   126
Folder   14
“Stepin Fetchit Talks Back,” Film Quarterly 24, no. 4 (Summer 1971): 20-6
Note: Photocopy of article, correspondence from 1997 to 1998 regarding reprinting in a Film Quarterly anthology, Film Quarterly: Forty Years--A Selection, 1999.
Irish America magazine
Box   126
Folder   15
Designation of Joseph McBride as one of 100 Top Irish Americans, 1993
Box   126
Folder   16
“Filming Ireland's Pagan Underbelly,” 1999 February/March
Box   126
Folder   17
“My Guiltiest Pleasure: The Bells of St. Mary's,” 2000 August-September
Box   126
Folder   18
“No Non-Irish Need Apply? Ethnic Casting Issues in Movies,” 2000 December-2001 January
Box   127
Folder   1
The Patriot: Round Two of Mel Gibson's War with the British,” 2000 December
Box   127
Folder   2
“Dr. Fogarty's Fantastic Voyage Through the Human Heart,” 2001 February-March
Note: See also Audio recording #5.
Box   127
Folder   3
“James Joyce in Love: Pat Murphy's Nora” (Film Forum column), 2001 October-November
Box   127
Folder   3
“That Sinking Feeling: Titanic Town Goes Under,” (Film Forum column), 2001 February-March
Box   127
Folder   4
Liam: The Shock of Recognition” (Film Forum column), 2001 December-2002 January
“Impetuous! Homeric!': The Quiet Man Turns Fifty,” 2002 February-March
Note: See Box 65, folders 3-4.
Box   127
Folder   5
“Hyping Up Wilde in Earnest Won't Win Parker Any Oscars” (Film Forum column), 2002 August-September
Box   127
Folder   6
“20 Best Movies about Irish Americans,” 2005 October-November
Irish Herald
Box   127
Folder   7
“McBride to Teach New College Courses,” undated
Los Angeles Times
Box   127
Folder   8
Letter to the editor on the 1997 Cinecon award to Leni Riefenstahl, 1997 September 2
Mrshowbiz.com
Note: See Starwave.
New York Review of Books
Box   127
Folder   9
“The Joys of Necrophilia,” 46, no. 12 (July 15, 1999): 36-39
Note: Review of books and film about James Whale: copy-edited manuscript with corrections, galleys, and correspondence with Christopher Bram.
New York Times
Box   127
Folder   10
Letter to the Editor, about John Huston's World War II films Report on the Aleutians, San Pietro, and Let There Be Light, published 2000 May 28
New York Times Book Review
Box   127
Folder   11
Review of Marion Meade, Buster Keaton: Cut to the Chase, 1995
Box   127
Folder   12
Review of Peter Biskind, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex-Drugs-Rock-n-Roll Generation Saved Hollywood, 1998 May 10
Box   127
Folder   13
“Offers He Should've Refused,” review of Michael Schumacher, Francis Ford Coppola: A Filmmaker's Life, 1999 December 12
Oxford American
Box   127
Folder   14
“Everyone Has His Reasons: Elia Kazan's Masterpiece, Wild River,” 2002 Winter
Box   128
Folder   1
“Who Is John Huston?: The Riddle of Adaptation and Authorship,” 2007
Reel.com
Note: Reviews.
Box   128
Folder   2
Do the Right Thing, Dr. Strangelove, The Godfather Parts I and II, Casablanca, City Lights, Intolerance, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Gone with the Wind, and The Big Sleep
Box   128
Folder   3
Greed (1925), 1999
Box   128
Folder   4
Crowd, The (1928), 1999
Box   128
Folder   5
Pinocchio (1940), 1999
“Robbing the Cradle: Why the Real Orson Welles Is Missing”
Note: See Box 107, folders 1-2.
Box   128
Folder   6
“An Old Master's Cri de Coeur: Alfred Hitchcock's Mary Rose,” 2000 April
Review of DVD Around the World with Orson Welles
Note: See Box 103, folder 21.
Sight and Sound
Box   128
Folder   7
Joseph McBride, “Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock,” 1976 Autumn
Starwave/Mrshowbiz.com
Box   128
Folder   8
Miscellaneous notes and correspondence
Box   128
Folder   9
Receipts for expenses incurred, submitted 1997 February and March
Reviews
Box   128
Folder   10
“The 100 Best Movies of All Time,”
Box   128
Folder   10
Submitted 1996 October
Box   128
Folder   11
Submitted 1996 November 6
Note: Being There; The Elephant Man; A Foreign Affair; His Girl Friday; In the Line of Fire; Lawrence of Arabia; The Little Mermaid; Malcolm X; Mr. Deeds Goes to Town; Modern Times; My Fair Lady; Ninotchka; North by Northwest; Only Angels Have Wings; On the Town; Ordinary People; Paths of Glory; The Philadelphia Story; Point Blank; Queen Christina; Rashomon; Roger & Me; Salvador; Shane; Sophie's Choice; The Talk of the Town; The Thirty-Nine Steps; Throne of Blood; Top Hat; The Treasure of the Sierra Madre; Twentieth Century; Unforgiven; Who Framed Roger Rabbit; Wild Strawberries; and Witness for the Prosecution.
Box   128
Folder   12
Submitted 1996 November 14
Note: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; Beauty and the Beast; Being There; The Elephant Man; A Foreign Affair; Gandhi; The Great Escape; His Girl Friday; Hoop Dreams; In the Line of Fire; Lawrence of Arabia; The Little Mermaid; Malcolm X; Mr. Deeds Goes to Town; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; Modern Times; My Fair Lady; My Favorite Year; Ninotchka; North by Northwest; Only Angels Have Wings; On the Town; Ordinary People; Out of the Past; The Palm Beach Story; Paths of Glory; Pee-wee's Big Adventure; The Philadelphia Story; Point Blank; Queen Christina; Rashomon; The Remains of the Day; Roger & Me; Salvador; The Seven Samurai; The Seventh Seal; Shane; She Done Him Wrong; Smiles of a Summer Night; Sophie's Choice; The Talk of the Town; The Thin Blue Line; The Thirty-Nine Steps; Throne of Blood; Top Hat; The Treasure of the Sierra Madre; Twentieth Century; Unforgiven; The Verdict; Who Framed Roger Rabbit; Wild Strawberries; Witness for the Prosecution; and The Women.
Box   129
Folder   1
Evita, submitted 1996 December 17
Box   129
Folder   2
Fierce Creatures, submitted 1997 January 22
Box   129
Folder   3
Beautician and the Beast, The, submitted 1997 January 31
Box   129
Folder   4
Meet Wally Sparks, posted 1997 January 31
Box   129
Folder   5
Collections of short reviews under the rubric “The Best Movies of All Time,” 1997
Note: “Science Fiction,” January 31, 1997; “Political Thrillers,” February 7, 1997; “Black History Month,” February 21, 1997.
Box   129
Folder   6
Dante's Peak, posted 1997 February 7
Box   129
Folder   7
Oscars-related articles, 1997 February
Box   129
Folder   8
Short reviews, submitted 1997 February 11
Note: An Affair to Remember (1957), The More the Merrier (1943), and The English Patient (1997).
Box   129
Folder   9
Absolute Power, submitted 1997 February 12
Box   129
Folder   10
Short reviews, submitted 1997 February 13
Note: The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars and Motor Kings, Bugsy, Driving Miss Daisy, Intruder in the Dust, and Sounder.
Box   129
Folder   11
Vegas Vacation, submitted 1997 February 16
Box   129
Folder   12
Kama Sutra, posted 1997 February 28
Box   129
Folder   13
Good Luck, posted 1997 March 7
Box   129
Folder   14
City of Industry, submitted 1997 March 12
Box   129
Folder   15
Love and Other Catastrophes, submitted 1997 March 26
Box   129
Folder   16
Shiloh and Eight Heads in a Duffel Bag, submitted 1997 April 14
Box   129
Folder   17
Temptress Moon, submitted 1997 April 28
Box   129
Folder   18
The Designated Mourner, submitted 1997 May 1
Box   130
Folder   1
Short reviews, submitted 1997 May 24
Note: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective; Germinal; The Mighty Ducks; Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult; The Paper; The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl; Crooklyn; The Flintstones; That's Entertainment III; The Lion King; Wyatt Earp; Forrest Gump; Clear and Present Danger; It's Pat: The Movie; The Little Rascals; Natural Born Killers; Ed Wood; The Shawshank Redemption; Little Giants; Love Affair; Cobb; Disclosure; Dumb and Dumber; Immortal Beloved; Little Women; Nell; Ready to Wear (Prêt-à-Porter); Speechless; Miami Rhapsody; A Great Day in Harlem; Just Cause; Muriel's Wedding; and Priest.
Box   130
Folder   2
Short reviews, submitted 1997 June 9-27
Note: Grand Canyon; Noises Off; Radio Flyer; Newsies; Straight Talk; HouseSitter; A League of Their Own; Bob Roberts; School Ties; Hero; Home Alone 2: Lost in New York; Love Field; Dennis the Menace; The Thing Called Love; A Perfect World; Heaven & Earth; Shadowlands; Blame It on the Bellboy; Mom and Dad Save the World; Ladybugs; The Babe; Passed Away; Encino Man; Bebe's Kids; Honey, I Blew Up the Kid; A Brief History of Time; 3 Ninjas; South Central; Robin Hood: Men in Tights; Tom and Jerry: The Movie; and The Secret Garden.
Box   130
Folder   4
Short reviews, submitted 1997 June 29
Note: In Box 130, folder 2, with star ratings added.
Box   130
Folder   3
Timothy Leary's Dead, submitted 1997 June 17
Box   130
Folder   5
Correspondence regarding interview with Wolfgang Peterson, 1997 March and July
Box   130
Folder   6
Alfred Hitchcock's Gun, submitted 1997 July 27
Box   130
Folder   7
Career Girls, submitted 1997 July 28
Note: Not run.
Box   130
Folder   8
Short reviews, submitted 1997 July 30
Note: Incident at Oglala; PCU; Pue Country; Radioland Murders; Rich in Love; and Stay Tuned.
Vanity Fair
Box   130
Folder   9
“Geraldine Chaplin,” 1992 October
Written By
Box   130
Folder   10
Correspondence
Box   130
Folder   11
“Abraham Polonsky: A Very Dangerous Citizen,” 1999 December-2000 January
“Secret Weapons: The Hollywood Biographer's Intelligence Operative: The Screenwriter,” 2000 December-2001 January
Box   130
Folder   12
Early version as “Writing Hollywood Lives,” 1999
Box   130
Folder   13
Later version as “Secret Weapons”
“Screenwriter Frank S. Nugent: The Quiet Man Behind John Ford”
Note: Published as “The Pathological Hero's Conscience”, 2001. See Box 47, folders 11-13.
Box   131
Folder   1
“Thank You, Mr. Wilder,” 2002 May
Box   131
Folder   2-3
“Thought crimes: George Orwell and Other Futurists Warned Us,” 2004 October
“Sketches from the Slide Area,” 2005 September
Box   131
Folder   4-5
Research materials, notes on interviews with Gavin Lambert, 2004 September 4, 18
Box   131
Folder   6-7
Drafts
McBride's File of His Published Articles
Box   132
Folder   1
List of published articles by Joseph McBride, as of 2008 July 8
Box   132
Folder   2
Articles #1, 1960s

Scope and Content Note
  • “The Lightfeet Top Em All!” Young Catholic Messenger (May 13, 1960): 22: photocopy
  • “Shaw Impersonated,” The Shavian, 3, no. 7 (Spring-Summer 1967): 9-12
  • “Le Grand Cinéaste: Welles at 52,” The Daily Cardinal (July 7, 1967): 4: photocopy of typescript and pages of paper
  • “Mr. Macdonald, Mr. Kauffmann and Miss Kael,” Film Heritage 2, no. 4 (Summer 1967): 26-34
  • “Critical Response,” The War Baby Review, special supplement to The Daily Cardinal no. 3 (May 1968): 2, 8: copy of supplement
  • Citizen Kane,” Film Heritage 4, no. 1 (Fall 1968): 7-18
  • “Welles' Chimes at Midnight,” Film Quarterly 23, no. 1 (Fall 1969): 11-20
  • “A Long Way from Home” (with Michael Wilmington), Sight and Sound 39, no. 1 (1969-70 Winter): 39-43
  • “See You at Mao,” Sight and Sound 39, no. 3 (Summer 1970): 136-7
  • “Topaz,” Film Heritage 5, no. 2 (Winter 1969-70): 17-23
Box   138
Folder   8
Articles #2, 1969

Scope and Content Note
  • “Campus 69: The Quiet Year So Far,” section “University of Wisconsin,” Life 67, no. 24 (December 12, 1969): 41-3: photocopy of typescript of version submitted with copy of the original magazine
Box   132
Folder   3
Articles #3, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Too Late Blues,” Montage (Madison, Wisconsin) 1, no. 1 (February 20, 1970): [2-3]
  • “Welles before Kane,” Film Quarterly 23, no. 3 (Spring 1970): 19-22
  • “The Private Life of Billy Wilder” (with Michael Wilmington), Film Quarterly 23, no. 4 (Summer 1970): 2-9
  • “Orson Welles Returns from Obscurity,” Wisconsin State Journal (September 14, 1970): section 2, page 15: photocopy
  • “Welles' Immortal Story,” Sight and Sound 39, no. 4 (Autumn 1970): 194-5
  • “The Ugliness of Belle de Jour,” Montage (Madison, Wisconsin) 2, no. 2 (November 19, 1970): [10-11]
Box   132
Folder   4
Articles #4, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “County Mayo Gu Bragh,” Sight and Sound 40, no. 1 (Winter 1970-1971): 43-4, 52
  • “Her Poetry Lives On,” Wisconsin State Journal (March 21, 1971): section 6, page 1 and 3: photocopy
  • The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes” (with Michael Wilmington), Film Quarterly 24, no. 3 (Spring 1971): 45-8
  • “Do I Get to Play the Drunk This Time?': An Encounter with Howard Hawks” (with Michael Wilmington), Sight and Sound 40, no. 2 (Spring 1971): 97-100
  • “Young Mr. Lincoln” (with Michael Wilmington), Film Heritage 6, no. 4 (Summer 1971): 13-18, 32
  • “Stepin Fetchit Talks Back,” Film Quarterly 24, no. 4 (Summer 1971): 20-6
  • “The Wings of Eagles” and “Sergeant Rutledge” (with Michael Wilmington), The Velvet Light Trap no. 2 (August 1971): 13-15 and 16-18
  • Review of Gary Carey, The Films of George Cukor, Film Quarterly 25, no. 1 (Fall 1971): 57-8
Box   132
Folder   5
Articles #5, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Rough Sledding with Pauline Kael,” Film Heritage 7, no. 1 (Fall 1971): 13-16 and 32
  • “Prisoner of the Desert” (with Michael Wilmington), Sight and Sound 40, no. 4 (Autumn 1971): 210-14
  • “First Person Singular,” Sight and Sound 41, no. 1 (Winter 1971-2): 40-1
  • “The Director as Superstar,” Sight and Sound 41, no. 2 (Spring 1972): 78-81
  • Review of Buck and the Preacher, Rolling Stone no. 113 (July 20, 1972): 58
Box   132
Folder   6
Articles #6, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Drums along the Mekong,” Sight and Sound 41, no. 4 (Autumn 1972): 213-16
  • “March Visit Arouses Memories,” Wisconsin State Journal (May 18?, 1970): photocopy
  • “Straight Shooting,” The Silent Picture no. 13 (Winter-Spring 1972): 18-21
  • “Running, Jumping and Standing Still: An Interview with Richard Lester,” Sight and Sound 42, no. 2 (Spring 1973): 75-9
  • “The Private World of Fahrenheit 451” in Favorite Movies: Critics Choice, ed. Philip Nobile (New York: Macmillan, 1973), p. 44-52: photocopy
  • “Film Favorites: Joseph McBride on What Price Hollywood?”; Film Comment 9, no. 3 (May-June 1973): 60-4
  • “The Importance of Being Ernst,” Film Heritage 8, no. 4 (Summer 1973): 1-9
Box   132
Folder   7
Articles #7, 1970s?

Scope and Content Note
  • “Drums along the Mekong,” in Setareh Cinema (Iran) in Farsi
Box   132
Folder   8
Articles #8, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Shooting The Front Page: Two Damns and One God,” The Real Paper (Boston, Mass) 3, no. 31 (July 31, 1974): 22-3; on Billy Wilder
Box   132
Folder   9
Articles #9, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Hawks Talks: New Anecdotes from the Old Master, an Interview by Joseph McBride and Gerald Peary,” Film Comment 10, no. 3 (May-June 1974): 44-53
  • Review of The Front Page, Sight and Sound 43, no. 4 (Autumn 1974): 212
  • “Prologue,” The Third Annual American Film Institute Award for Lifetime Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television: Orson Welles, 1975: photocopy
  • Cinema no. 34 (1974)
  • “Coppola, Inc.,” American Film 1, no. 2 (November 1975): 14-18
  • “John Huston Finds That the Slow Generation of King Has Made it a Richer Film,” Daily Variety (December 16, 1975): 13: photocopy “The Bad News Bears,” Sight and Sound 45, no. 1 (Winter 1975-6): 14
Box   133
Folder   1
Articles #10, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Bread and Dreams: Young Screenwriters,” “Hollywood Rediscovers an Old BO Star's Special Effects,” “The Interesting Thing about Movies Is the Unexpected and That Doesn't Mean Innovation for the Sake of Innovation,” and several notices bylined “Mack” (McBride's Variety moniker), Daily Variety 42nd Anniversary Issue (October 1975): 8 and 22, 70, 72 and 76
  • “George Cukor: The Blue Bird,” Action 10, no. 6 (November-December 1975): 18-24
  • The Great Train Robbery: A Critical Symposium,” American Film 1, no. 4 (January-February 1976): 52-5
  • “Life in the Snake Pit: Val Lewton,” Action 11, no. 1 (January-February 1976): 10-16
  • “Tavernier,” copy for Daily Variety (1976): photocopy
  • Touch of Evil,” letter in response to an article by Jonathan Rosenbaum, Sight and Sound 45, no. 2 (Spring 1976): 128-30: photocopy
  • “Aren't You Jimmy Stewart?: As American as Apple Pie,” American Film 1, no. 8 (June 1976): 51-3
  • “The Other Side of Orson Welles,” American Film 1, no. 9 (July-August 1976): 14-20: photocopy
Box   133
Folder   2
Articles #11, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Kid Stuff: François Truffaut on Small Change interviewed by Joseph McBride and Todd McCarthy,” Film Comment 12, no. 5 (September-October 1976): 42-5
  • “Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock,” Sight and Sound 45, no. 4 (Autumn 1976): 224-5
  • “Song for Woody: Joseph McBride on the set of Bound for Glory,” Film Comment 12, no. 6 (November-December 1976): 26-8
  • “The Most Powerful Movie Actor in the Word (Hell Blow Your Head Clean Off): Clint Eastwood on His Image and His Movies,” Bijou 1, no. 1 (April 1977): 19-23 and 55-8
  • “Olly Olly Oxen Free!: On the Set with Katharine Hepburn,” Bijou 1, no. 3 (August 1977): 44-6
  • Review of The Rescuers, Daily Variety (June 13, 1977): 3: photocopy
  • Garden Theatre Festival (Los Angeles), July 15 to August 7, 1977: brochure Film Comment 13, no. 5 (September-October 1977)
  • “Services Tomorrow in Bevhills for Director Howard Hawks/Howard Hawks, 81, Dies at Home in Palm Springs,” Daily Variety 178, no. 16 (December 28, 1977): 1, 4, 8
  • “Howard Hawks, 81, Story Teller Who Became a Pantheon Figure” (anonymous article by McBride), Variety (December 28, 1977): 26
  • “Hawks,” Film Comment 14, no. 2 (March-April 1978): 36-41, 70-1
Box   133
Folder   3
Articles #12, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “The End Is Just the Beginning: Burt Reynolds Interviewed by Joseph McBride and Brooks Riley,” Film Comment 14, no. 3 (May-June 1978): 16-21: two copies of magazine, one with color section
  • “The Mechanic of Illusion: The Art of Albert Whitlock [],” New Times 10, no. 11 (May 29, 1978): 55-7
  • Take One (November 1978)
  • “All's Welles,” Film Comment 14, no. 6 (November-December 1976): 24-7
Box   133
Folder   4
Articles #13, 1970s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Going for Extra Innings, Billy Wilder Interviewed by Joseph McBride and Todd McCarthy,” Film Comment 15, no. 1 (January-February 1979): 40-8
  • Interview with Howard Hawks in Howard Hawks: A Weekend with the Director and His Films (Directors Guild of America, 1979), pp. 1-33
  • “A Piece of the Rock: George Stevens: Interview by Patrick McGilligan and Joseph McBride,” Bright Lights no. 8 (1979): 20-6
  • “Buts & Rebuts: Hitchcock: A Defense and an Update,” (with David Lubin), Film Comment 15, no. 3 (May-June 1979): 66-70
  • “People We Like: Winton Hoch: A Damn Good Job,” Film Comment 15, no. 6 (November-December 1979): 74-5
Box   133
Folder   5
Articles #14, 1980s

Scope and Content Note
  • Program note on They Died with Their Boots On (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, circa 1980): cyclostyled note
  • “Bombshell Days in the Golden Age: John Lee Mahin Interviewed by Todd McCarthy and Joseph McBride,” Film Comment 16, no. 2 (March-April 1980): 58-68
  • “Cukor's Record: Directing at Age 81,” Daily Variety (October 17, 1980): 3: clipping
  • “O'Toole Ascending: Peter O'Toole Interviewed by Joseph McBride,” Film Comment 17, no. 2 (March-April 1981): 49-53
  • “Carry On, Cukor: George Cukor Interviewed by Joseph McBride and Todd McCarthy,” Film Comment 17, no. 5 (September-October 1981): 41-7
  • “Art Directors: Richard Sylbert Interviewed by Joseph McBride,” Film Comment 18, no. 1 (January-February 1982): 43-6
Box   138
Folder   9
Articles #14 (continued)

Scope and Content Note
  • “Business 101: MCA-Us Approach Is Conservative, Consistent, and Strictly by the Book,” Daily Variety 226, no. 44 (Universal 75th Anniversary number, February 6, 1990): 42-50
Box   133
Folder   6
Articles #15, 1990s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Spartacus Puts Spotlight on Preservation,” Daily Variety (April 25, 1991): printout
  • “Wise Move Raises Kane for Viewers,” Daily Variety (May 1, 1991): 6 and 13: photocopy
  • “Film Review: Beauty and the Beast,” Daily Variety (1991): printout
  • The Prince of Tides,” Daily Variety (1991): printout
  • Fantasia Fanfare: Will Classic Really Disappear?” Daily Variety (March 19, 1992): 27: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • Baraka Brings the Visual Tone Poem Down to Earth,” Daily Variety (April 30, 1992): 23: clipping
  • “Truffaut's Career a Web of Fascinating Contradictions,” Daily Variety (June 25, 1992): 19: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • “Eastwood Looks West to Honor Mentor's Legacy,” Daily Variety (August 6, 1992): 23: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • “The Last Closed Door: No More Lubitsch,” Daily Variety (April 19, 1992): 23: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • “Compared with Mahony, MPAA Looks Libertine,” Daily Variety (April 2, 1992): 23: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • “Gilbert Cates: Filmmaker with Taste for Teaching,” Daily Variety (May 28, 1992): 19: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • “Welles Ambersons: Mutilated Yet Magnificent,” Daily Variety (July 23, 1992): 23: clipping from McBride's “Straight Shooting” column
  • On Gore Vidal, submitted to Daily Variety for McBride's “Straight Shooting” column September 2, 1992, but not published: typescript printout
  • “Geraldine Chaplin,” Vanity Fair (December 1992): typescript of uncut version
  • “The Lost Kingdom of Orson Welles,” New York Review of Books (May 3, 1993): 40-46: photocopy
  • “John Sanford's Personal History of America” (October 31, 1993), “as yet unpublished”: computer-printed typescript
  • “Remarks on Billy Wilder” (January 17, 1995): presentation of Los Angeles Film Critics Association's career achievement award: computer-printed typescript
  • Letter to the New York Times on LAFCA and Elia Kazan, mailed January 19, 1997, printed January 23, 1997: computer-printed typescript and clipping
  • “The Patient Englishman,” interview with Anthony Minghella, Starwave/Mr. Showbiz, posted February 11, 1997: printout
  • “Porn Free,” interview with Milos Forman, Starwave/Mr. Showbiz, posted February 11, 1997: printout
  • “Cover Story: Night of the Hunter,” Boxoffice 133, no. 3 (March 1997): 6-9
  • “Billy Bob Thornton Interview” (March 8, 1997): typescript
Box   134
Folder   1
Articles #16, 1990s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Patient Rebel,” interview with Saul Zaentz, Starwave/Mr. Showbiz, posted March 21, 1997: printout
  • “Cover: Disney's Hercules,” Boxoffice 133, no. 7 (July 1997): 12-16
  • “Film Forum,” Irish America, on Julia Sweeney, undated: computer typescript
  • “Free at Last,” Boxoffice (November 1997): 22: photocopy
  • “Paul Verhoeven Interview” (Starwave/Mr. Showbiz, posted November 6, 1997): computer typescript and printout
Box   138
Folder   10
Articles #16 (continued)

Scope and Content Note
  • “Independent Means: Dances,' Daisy Prove Big-Studio Experts Wrong Again,” Daily Variety 17th Annual Special Report: Independents in Entertainment (June 26, 1997): 16-24
Box   134
Folder   2
Articles #17, 1990s

Scope and Content Note
  • “The Ice Storm,” Cinemania Online (September 25, 1997): printout
  • “Slug: Fuller obit” in Samuel Fuller 1912-1997 (Directors Guild of America Farewell Tribute, November 22, 1997)
  • “Great Gloria: Gloria Stuart Tells How She Made a Titanic Comeback,” Cinemania Online (submitted December 8, 1997): typescript
  • Titanic” review, Boxoffice (December 1997): typescript
  • Amistad,” Cinemania Online (December 8, 1997): printout
  • Great Expectations,” Cinemania Online (January 29, 1998): printout
  • Boogie Nights,” review of Peter Biskind, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, New York Times Book Review (May 10, 1998): printout
  • Pinocchio review,” Reel.com, submitted March 13, 1999: printout
  • The Crowd review,” Reel.com, submitted March 15, 1999: printout
  • “JFK Superstar: The Kennedys of Hollywood,” Irish Voice/Irish America (November 9, 1999): fax of proof
  • “Gizmo's Id: The Strange Partnership of Joe Dante and Steven Spielberg,” printed in French translation as “Le 'ça' du gizmo: l'étrange association de Joe Dante et Steven Spielberg” in Joe Dante et les Gremlins de Hollywood (Paris: Editions Cahiers du Cinéma and Festival International du Film de Locarno, 1999), 75-82: photocopy
  • “Riskinesque: How Robert Riskin Spoke through Frank Capra and Vice Versa,” Written By 3, no. 1 (December 1999-January 2000): 46-53: copy of magazine and photocopy of book reprint in The Best American Film Writing 1999
  • Review of Intolerance, 1999, unpublished typescript
Box   138
Folder   11
Articles #17 (continued)

Scope and Content Note
  • “The Joys of Necrophilia,” The New York Review of Books 46, no. 12 (July 15, 1999): 36-9
Box   134
Folder   3
Articles #18, 1990s

Scope and Content Note
  • “John Ford, the Quiet Man,” Irish America 15, no. 5 (October-November 1999): 94-5
  • “A Woman with True Grit: She Rode, She Wrote, She Fought the Blacklist,” Written By 3, no. 10 (November 1999): 36-43
  • “Rediscovering the Holy Grail of Lost Films: Greed,” Directors World.com, CreativePlanet.com (December 8, 1999): typescript
  • “Offers He Should've Refused,” review of Michael Schumacher, Francis Ford Coppola, New York Times On the Web (December 12, 1999): printout
  • “Then and Now: Directing the Critics,” DirectorsWorld.com (December 20, 1999): printout
  • “How Can a Director Direct Critics?,” DirectorsWorld.com (December 20, 1999): printout
  • “Abraham Polonsky: A Very Dangerous Citizen,” Written By 4, no. 1 (December 1999-January 2000): 49-52
Box   134
Folder   4
Articles #19, 2000

Scope and Content Note
  • Review of Around the World with Orson Welles, Reel.com, submitted April 6, 2000: email printout
  • “The Man Who Told the Three Stooges How to Nyuk-Nyuk-Nyuk: Edward L. Bernds Talks about Directing the Stooges,” American Movie Classics.com (January 2000): typescript; See also “Moe, Larry, Curly and Ed?,” American Movie Classics Magazine 13, no. 3 (March 2000): 13.
  • “Some Like It Wilder,” DirectorsWorld.com (January 14, 2000): printout
  • “Shane Comes Back: A Return to George Stevens' Poignant, Iconic Western,” AMC: American Movie Classics Magazine 13, no. 3 (March 2000): 4-6
  • “Rebirth of a Controversy: The DGA and D.W. Griffith,” CreativePlanet.com, submitted February 14, 2000: email printout of submission; email letter of correction to Elif Cercel of CreativePlanet.com, February 17, 2000
  • “Academy Director's Branch: A Greater Diversity,” DirectorsWorld.com, posted March 24, 2000: printout
  • “Anjelica Huston's Return to Her Irish Roots,” Irish America (March 2000): typescript
  • “Robbing the Cradle,” Reel.com 1, no. 1 (March-April 2000): 43-7 and 64-5: typescript and copy of magazine
  • “Hawk's Eye: The Singular Vision of a Great Director,” AMC: American Movie Classics Magazine 13, no. 3 (May 2000): 12
  • “The Censor Relents,” letter to the editor, The New York Times (May 28, 2000): 2: clipping
  • “The Last September: The Rules of the Ascendancy,” Irish America (June-July 2000): 58-9
  • “My Guiltiest Pleasure: The Bells of St. Mary's,” Irish America (August-September 2000): 94-6
Box   134
Folder   5
Articles #20, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “The Provocateur,” Written By 4, no. 8 (October 2000): 28-33
  • “House of Horrors,” AMC: American Movie Classics Magazine 13, no. 10 (October 2000): 4-6
  • “In Pursuit of My Ancestral Heritage: From The Seven Little Foys to Patriot Games,” Irish America (October-November 2000): 98-102: photocopy
  • “Secret Weapon,” Written By 5, no. 1 (December 2000-January 2001): 34-40
  • “The Magic Bus Ride: Clark Gables Ticket to Stardom,” AMC: American Movie Classics 14, no. 2 (February 2001): 8-9
  • “Dr. Fogarty's Fantastic Voyage Through the Human Heart,” Irish America (February-March 2001): 50-2
Box   134
Folder   6
Articles #21, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Eyeball to Eyeball: JFK vs. the Joint Chiefs in Thirteen Days,” Irish America (April-May 2001): 96-8: photocopy
  • “”Alfred Hitchcock's Mary Rose: An Old Masters Unheard Cri de Coeur,” Cineaste 26, no. 2 (2001): 24-8
  • “The Pathological Hero's Conscience,” Written By 5, no. 5 (May 2001): 24-33
  • When Brendan Met Trudy: Roddy Doyle Goes to the Movies,” Irish America (June-July 2001): 56-7
  • “Hail to the Duke,” AMC: American Movie Classics 14, no. 7 (July 2001): 4-6
  • “Land of the Second Chance: A Hardy Irishman Stakes The Claim,” Irish America (August-September 2001): 86-7
  • “James Joyce in Love: Pat Murphy's Nora,” Irish America (October-November 2001): 86-9: proof printout
  • Liam: The Shock of Recognition,” Irish America (December 2001-January 2002): 56, submitted September 24, 2001: 56-7: emailed typescript; proof printout
Box   134
Folder   7
Articles #22, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Riding the Spielberg Express,” AMC: American Movie Classics 14, no. 11 (November 2001): 8-9
  • “No Non-Irish Need Apply? Ethnic Casting Issues in Movies,” Irish America (December 2000-January 2001): 106-7, 114
  • “George Cukor: The Value of Discretion,” Bright Lights Film Journal (April 2001): printout
  • “A Very Good American: The Undaunted Artistry of Blacklisted Screenwriter Michael Wilson,” Written By 6, no. 2 (2002 February): 26-26-33
  • The Quiet Man Turns Fifty,” Irish America (February-March 2001): 56-9
Box   138
Folder   12
Articles #23, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Fellow Traveler or Redbaiter?: The Convoluted Politics of John Ford,” The Los Angeles Times Magazine (June 3, 2001): 18-21, 34-5
Box   134
Folder   8
Articles #24, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “Thank You, Mr. Wilder,” Written By 6, no. 5 (May 2002): 16-18
  • “The Troubles with Sunday,” Irish America (June-July 2002): 62
  • “Sins of the Fathers: On the Road to Perdition,” Irish America (October-November 2002): 68-9
  • “Everyone Has His Reasons: Elia Kazan's Masterpiece, Wild River,” Oxford American (Winter 2002): 102-9
Box   135
Folder   1
Articles #25, 2000s articles

Scope and Content Note
  • “Thoughtcrimes: George Orwell and Other Futurists Warned Us,” Written By 8, no. 7 (October 2004): 36-41
  • “Sketches from the Slide Area,” Written By 9, no. 6 (September 2005): 32-9
  • “20 Best Movies about Irish-Americans,” Irish America (October-November 2005): 80-4
  • “Malloy's Girl Was Irish,” response to readers letter from Jim Lundrigan on Muhammad Ali and On the Waterfront, Irish America (December 2005-January 2006)
Box   135
Folder   2
Articles #26, 2000s

Scope and Content Note
  • “John Ford's Long Voyage to Home Video,” DGA Quarterly 11, no. 2 (Summer 2006): 74-6
  • “Who Is John Huston?” National Film Theatre (London) brochure (November 2006): photocopy
  • Damien Love, “Inherit the Wind: Talking with Peter Bogdanovich and Joseph McBride about The Other Side of the Wind,” Bright Lights Film Journal no. 55 (February 2007): printout
  • “Who Is John Huston?: The Riddle of Adaptation and Authorship,” Oxford American no. 56 (2007): 130-6
  • Review of Lester D. Friedman, Citizen Spielberg, Cineaste 32, no. 2 (Winter 2006): 80-2: copy of the magazine; response to a letter about the review from Frank Tomasulo, Cineaste 32, no. 3 (Summer 2007): 100-1: photocopy
  • Review of Jean Renoir's 3-Disc Collectors Edition, Cineaste 33, no. 1 (Winter 2007): 68-70
  • “Foreword” to Gary Graver and Andrew J. Rausch, Making Movies with Orson Welles (2008): typescript
Unpublished Writing and Filmmaking Projects
Creative Writing Projects
Box   135
Folder   3
Notes for a Hollywood novel: manuscript
Box   135
Folder   4
“The Force,” film treatment by McBride, 1982 June 24
Box   135
Folder   5
Untitled film treatment by McBride, and letter, 1983
Box   135
Folder   6
“My Brother's Keeper,” story by McBride: notes
Box   135
Folder   7
“Grass Roots,” film treatment by Samuel Fuller and Joseph McBride, 1982
Box   135
Folder   8
“Twilight in the Smog,” book outline by McBride: manuscript, 1997 March 17
Box   135
Folder   9
“Remember Bobby,” short story by McBride; and article from Los Angeles Herald Examiner: A1 and 10, 1983 March 5
Note: “This article influenced my writing of the short story 'Remember Bobby' which served as the basis (uncredited) for the 1980 film Prom Night Joseph McBride 6-13-08.”
Box   135
Folder   10
Red Gold Screenplay Research”: Los Angeles Times clipping on acid rain, for a proposed screenplay by McBride, 1982 October 29
Film Projects
Box   135
Folder   11
Samuel Fuller Projects
Note: Proposed collaboration between Rick Schmidlin and McBride on films and television programs based on Fuller scripts: correspondence with Schmidlin, draft contracts for the collaboration.
Box   135
Folder   12
Big Money”: lawyer's bill, 1978 December 26
Box   135
Folder   13
Documentary on Universal Pictures: correspondence with Liz Kyler of Top Hat Productions, 1995
Book Projects
Box   135
Folder   14
“No More Blarney” project for a book to be written in collaboration with Noel and Ruth O'Hara draft agreement, correspondence, clippings,
Box   135
Folder   15
Dutton book proposal, correspondence with Julia Serebrinsky of Dutton Press regarding a book to be written by McBride proposed by her on films and books, 1998
Box   135
Folder   16
“Two Cheers” correspondence between McBride and Richard Parks regarding a proposal for the publication of a collection of McBride essays by Scarecrow Press under the title, Two Cheers for Hollywood, 2002
Box   135
Folder   17
“American Film Treasures,” email correspondence with Richard Parks, 2000-2001
Note: Materials (including lists) from National Film Preservation Boards National Film Registry, regarding a proposed book on “American Film Treasures”; outline; printouts from websites on the National Film Registry.
“The New Buffalo”
Box   135
Folder   18
Clippings, research notes, outlines, correspondence for proposed book, 1997
Box   136
Folder   1
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel extract printouts
John Huston
Box   136
Folder   2
Proposal and correspondence for a book on Huston offered to McBride by Doubleday/Broadway, 2006 October
Box   136
Folder   3
Presentations on Huston by Joseph McBride
Note: At the National Film Theatre, London, November 21, 2006, and at the Huston School of Film and Digital Media, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, November 23, 2006: correspondence; NFT brochures and handout; Huston School itineraries and schedules; photocopy of AFI Life Achievement Awards brochure, March 1983; drafts of talks, notes, clip lists.
Research Projects
Box   136
Folder   4
Miscellaneous notes on various projected articles
Box   136
Folder   5
Academy Awards: draft article and notes of interviews with participants at 1990 AMPAS award ceremony
Box   136
Folder   6
Ingrid Bergman: My Story: photocopy of proof copy of the book, with Bergman's corrections
Ray Bradbury
Box   136
Folder   7
Correspondence, prospectuses, and research notes for a proposed biography of Ray Bradbury, 1997
Box   137
Folder   1
Photocopy of extracts from The Ray Bradbury Companion, edited by William F. Nolan (Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research, 1975)
Box   137
Folder   2
Columbo (Television series, 1972-2003): photocopies of articles; clippings of articles about and interviews with Peter Falk
Box   137
Folder   3
Brian De Palma: photocopied pages from Laurent Bouzereau, The DePalma Cut (New York: Dembner Books, 1988)
Philip Dunne
Box   137
Folder   4
Interview notes, correspondence, and articles by Dunne, 1992 February-March
Box   137
Folder   5
Writers Guild of America Lifetime Achievement Award, 1992 May
Box   137
Folder   6
Obituary by Joseph McBride, Daily Variety, 1992 June 4
Box   137
Folder   7
Ronnie Gilbert: correspondence with Richard Parks about a possible autobiography by Gilbert
Box   137
Folder   8
Dennis Hopper: interview with Hopper by Lawrence Linderman in Gallery (December, 1972): photocopy
George Stevens
Box   137
Folder   9
Research materials for proposed biography
Box   137
Folder   10
Applications for research funding
Audio Recordings
Access Restrictions: The audio tapes in M2011-037 may not be listened to without the written permission of Joseph McBride.
Sony microcassette
No.   1
Gary Graver #1: interview, 2003 April 6
No.   2
Gloria Stuart: interview
Note: Originally in envelope labeled “Holly Hunter interview on Crash (1996)”
No.   3
Crash/Holly Hunter 1
No.   4
Holly Hunter 2/Hunter 3
Note: Originally in envelope labeled “Tape-interview with Dr. Thomas Fogarty”
No.   5
“Dr. Fogarty”
Note: Originally in envelope labeled “Publicity Ford book radio interviews/7/19, 10-11, McBride interview, 7/30 F13.”
No.   6
WB2 Boston: Joshua Rich, 1999 April 20
Audio cassette
Note: Originally in envelope labeled “Publicity Ford book radio interviews/7/19, 10-11, McBride interview, 7/30 F13.”
No.   7
“7/19 10-11”
No.   8
The Connection, John Ford, 2001 December 7
No.   9
Admiral John D. Bulkeley, 1987 December 22
Item   10
Gary Graver, 2003 April 6
Screen Directors Playhouse” (published cassette, Radio Spirits, 1996)
No.   11
It's a Wonderful Life with James Stewart
No.   11 (continued)
Trouble with Women with Ray Milland
Electronic Records
Note: Titles as they appear on item.
CD-ROM/DVD
Item   1
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair, The Game: 3-DVD set, Dreamworks, 1996
3 1/2-inch floppy diskettes
PC format
Steven Spielberg
Item   2
“Spielberg, Arizona Republic, 1989 (part), 1988”: extracts from text-format newspaper files on Spielberg
Item   3
“Spielberg, Arizona Republic, 1991 (part), 1990, 1989 (part)”: extracts from text-format newspaper files on Spielberg
Item   4
“Spielberg, Arizona Republic, 1993, 1992, 1991 (part)”: extracts from text-format newspaper files on Spielberg
Macintosh format
John Ford
Item   5
“Ford source notes”
Item   6
“Ford Biog MS as of 12-25-98”
Item   7
“Ford book, Ch 7 (rough version as of 2-5-99), p. 228-282”
Orson Welles
Item   8
“OW 1-2-93”
Item   9
“Orson Welles MS Word 4 (MAC)”
Item   10
“OW Rev MS Disks (2), 7-1-95”
Item   11
“OW Rev MS Disks (2), 7-1-95 (JM copy)”
Item   12
“OW backup 10-13-95, complete bk, final revised”
Item   13
“Welles book backup 1”
Item   14
“Welles book backup 2”
Articles
Item   15
“Joseph McBride review of Buster Keaton: Cut to the Chase by Marion Meade” (New York Times Book Review, 1995)
Item   16
Starwave reviews, 10-29-96”
Item   17-20
[Unlabeled]
Note: Presumably Mac format.