The George Roy Hill papers span the years 1936-1989 (bulk 1963-1989) and encompass approximately 22.9
linear feet. The collection contains scripts and production material for all of Hill's films except his
first. There is also a small amount of material on several unproduced properties and two television
films. The subject files largely contain personal correspondence received after 1973. The photograph
series consists of prints, contact sheets, slides, negatives, and photo albums of scene, off-camera, and
George Roy Hill was an American director and producer active in film from 1962 to 1988. He was
nominated by the Academy for directing BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (1969) and received an Oscar
for directing THE STING (1973).
21 linear feet of papers.
1.9 linear feet of photographs.
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