The Jules Furthman papers span the years circa 1920-1958 and encompass approximately 11 linear feet.
The bulk of the collection consists of writings by Furthman, including scripts, treatments, and notes.
Jules Furthman was an American screenwriter. During World War I he wrote for magazines and newspapers
under the name "Stephen Fox." In Hollywood, he wrote for more than 100 motion pictures, including more
than a dozen screenplays for films directed by Josef von Sternberg and Howard Hawks. He was nominated for
an Academy Award for writing the screenplay for MUTINY IN THE BOUNTY (1935).
11 linear feet of papers.
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