The Milton Sperling papers span the years circa 1929-1985 and encompass 7 linear feet. The collection
contains scripts, writings by Sperling, project files, correspondence, three scrapbooks, and
Milton Sperling was an American producer and screenwriter active in film from 1936 to 1971. He served
as a secretary to production executives Darryl F. Zanuck and Hal Wallis. In 1945 Sperling formed his own
independent production company, United States Pictures, with Joseph Bernhard. Sperling was nominated for
an Academy Award for writing THE COURT-MARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL (1955).
7 linear feet of papers.
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