The Frank P. Keller papers span the years 1935-1977 and encompass 4.3 linear feet. The collection
contains production material, including scripts, clippings, correspondence, and post-production files,
for around 20 films. There is similar material for a dozen television programs or series, along with some
personal papers and photographs.
Frank P. Keller was an American film editor most active from 1958 to 1977. He received an Academy
Award for editing BULLITT (1968) and was nominated for editing BEACH RED (1967), THE HOT ROCK (1972), and
JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL (1973).
4.3 linear feet of papers.
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