The Milton E. Pickman papers span the years 1927-1982 and encompass 7.3 linear feet. The bulk of the
collection consists of unproduced scripts, reader reports, and synopses.
Milton E. Pickman was an American motion picture industry executive. He came to Hollywood from New
York in the 1930s and was active into the 1960s. He spent a large portion of his career representing
actors and actresses as an agent at his own talent agency. At one time he was associated professionally
with agent Irving "Swifty" Lazar. He was involved in film production and promotion at various studios,
including Columbia, RKO, and 20th Century-Fox. In the late 1950s he served as general manager of Samuel
7.3 linear feet of papers.
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