Stanley Kramer papers, 1945-1984

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Title: Stanley Kramer papers
Collection number: LSC 161
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 195 linear ft. (316 boxes. 37 cartons. 2 oversize boxes.)
Date: 1945-1984
Abstract: Stanley Kramer (1913- ) was born in New York City. He began working in the film industry in the 1930s as a researcher, film editor, and writer, eventually working his way up to the position of associate producer by the early 1940s. Following World War II, he formed an independent motion picture company and produced modest-budget films. In 1951, he brought his company as an autonomous unit under the banner of Columbia Pictures. After 1955, Kramer directed and produced films receiving numerous awards and Academy Award nominations. The collection contains production files for Kramer's films, stills, scripts, audio tapes, ephemera, related correspondence, and memorabilia.
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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Stanley Kramer, 1969-84.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Stanley Kramer Papers (Collection 161). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biography

Kramer was born on September 23, 1913 in New York City; attended New York University; in the film industry since the mid-30s as a researcher, film editor, and writer, he worked his way up to the position of associate producer by the early 1940s; following World War II, he formed an independent motion picture company, Screen Plays Incorporated, and produced modest-budget films; in 1951, he brought his company as an autonomous unit under the banner of Columbia Pictures; in 1954 the arrangement was terminated by mutual consent; after 1955, Kramer directed and produced films, including: The Pride and the Passion (1957), On the Beach (1959), It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963); in 1961 he received the Irving G. Thalberg Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; six of Kramer's films as a director or producer earned Academy Award nominations: High Noon (1952), The Caine Mutiny (1954), The Defiant Ones (1958), Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), Ship of Fools (1965), and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967); in 1991 he was honored with the Producers Guild's David O. Selznick Award.

Scope and Content

Collection contains production files for Kramer's films. Also includes stills, scripts, audio tapes, ephemera, related correspondence, and memorabilia.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Kramer, Stanley--Archives.
Motion picture producers and directors--Archival resources.

Container List

 

PART 2: Additions, May 1978.

Additional Note

Material received from Theatre Arts Department.
 

XI. Miscellaneous Film Productions

 

- Raise the Titanic:

Box 252

1. MARSTAR TITANIC.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 252

2. Schiff, Gunther Correspondence.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 252

3. Loanout agreement.

 

XII. Miscellaneous Folders

Box 252

1. Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science--Correspondence.

Box 252

2. Academy Award Nom. for SK, to date. 1949 -

Box 252

3. A Miscellaneous A

Box 252

4. Actors & Agents General.

Box 252

5. Academy of Television Arts & Sc.--General Correspondence.

Box 253

6. Columbia Pictures--S of F Andersonville Dinner--agreement, August 17, 1962.

Box 253

7. Columbia Pic. Kramer, Stanley - Personal Loan, 1967-68.

Box 253

8. Columbia Pic. Kramer, Stanley--agreement December 29, 1967.

Box 253

9. W Miscellaneous W

Box 253

10. XYZ Miscellaneous XYZ

Box 253

11. After the Fall.

Box 253

12. Aladdin.

Box 253

13. Casey Productions, Incorporated--Minutes of Mettings.

Box 253

14. Columbia Pictures--Guess - Personal Fin. Situation.

Box 253

15. Columbia Pictures--Zagon & Schiff Contract Fees August 17, 1962.

Box 253

16. Columbia Pictures--Compensation, August 17, 1962.

Box 253

17. Werner, Oskar--General Correspondence.

Box 253

18. V Miscellaneous V

Box 254

19. Valenti, Jack - Gen Correspondence.

Box 254

20. Variety Club.

Box 254

21. Universities--General Correspondence.

Box 254

22. U Miscellaneous U

Box 254

23. United Artists Corp.--Correspondence.

Box 254

24. United Artists Corporation--Distributors Domestic & Foreign.

Box 254

25. University Donations Contemplated (Wisconsin, New York University, Wyoming) Correspondence.

Box 254

26. T Miscellaneous T

Box 254

27. Television Special - SK.

Box 254

28. Speaking Engagements - Requests etc. - GEN.

Box 254

30. Music--Miscellaneous General.

Box 254

31. Agents, Literary - Stories, Scripts, Ideas, Correspondence--#8.

Box 255

32. Agents, Literary - Stories, Scripts, Ideas, Correspondence--#9.

Box 255

33. Agents, Literary - Stories, Scripts, Ideas, Correspondence--#10.

Box 255

34. Articles, Stanley Kramer - Books, Newspapers, Magazines etc. MISC.

Box 255

35. American International Pictures, Incorporated.

Box 255

36. Agents, Publishers & Printed Literature, 1972.

Box 255

37. AFI, The.

Box 255

38. Beck, Meyer.

Box 256

39. B Miscellaneous B

Box 256

40. C Miscellaneous C

Box 256

41. Book on S. Kramer by S. Kramer and Donald Spoto.

Box 256

42. Biography S. Kramer.

Box 256

43. Crank Letters--General.

Box 256

44. Donations, Requests--General.

Box 256

45. Director's Guild--General.

Box 256

46. D Miscellaneous D

Box 256

47. Columbia Pictures Corporation--Correspondence.

Box 256

48. Cine Mobil Systems--Correspondence and Data.

Box 256

49. Chicano Assoc. for Student Assistance (CASA) - UCLA.

Box 256

50. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions--Fund for the Republic, Incorporated).

Box 257

51. Articles, Interviews, etc.

Box 257

52. Biographies--S. Kramer.

Box 257

53. Yamashita Clips & Correspondence.

Physical Description: (accordion folder)
Box 257

54. Earl Kramer.

Box 257

55. Karen Kramer (Sharpe).

Box 257

56. Academy Awards & Nominations.

Box 257

57. Tearsheets (3).

Box 258

57a. Tearsheets (1).

Box 258

58. Photos--Champion.

Box 258

59. Article by S. Kramer about Spencer Tracy.

Box 258

60. United Artists Corp (COMITAS) - OTB ITW TDO--Financing & distribution agreement.

Box 258

61. United Artists Corporation--Television Film Sales.

Box 258

62. United Artists Corporation--6 Pictures--Financing & distribution agreement.

Box 258

63. Alfred H. Miller Company, Incorporated.

Box 258

64. Montessori Schools, Incorporated (MMWIPP).

Box 258

65. Morgan Camera Shop.

Box 258

66. MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Box 258

67. Motion Picture Health & Welfare Fund.

Box 258

68. Motion Picture Relief Fund.

Box 258

69. Motion Picture Sound Editors.

Box 258

70. Motion Picture Workshop of Bryant High School.

Box 259

71. Patrick Murphy.

Box 259

72. Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Box 259

73. Musso & Frank Grill.

Box 259

74. Newsweek.

Box 259

75. David Orgell.

Box 259

76. Jurgensen's.

Box 259

77. Jewish Big Brothers.

Box 259

78. Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.

Box 259

79. JDA (Joint Defense Appeal).

Box 259

80. Robert C. Jones.

Box 259

81. Journals & Supporting Papers.

Box 259

82. Mike Kaplan.

Box 259

83. Kelly Girl Service.

Box 259

84. Kerr's.

Box 259

85. King James Steaks.

Box 259

86. Fern Koenig.

Box 259

87. L Miscellaneous L

Box 259

88. K Miscellaneous K

Box 259

89. Library of Congress, The (Wash., D.C.)

Box 259

90. Locations--General.

Box 259

91. King, Joe.

Box 259

92. Kirkus, Service, Incorporated, The (Virginia) Book Reviews September 68).

Box 260

93. Kramer, Earl (S. Kramer Letters) General 9-2.

Box 260

94. Kramer, Earl (S. Kramer Letters) General K-3 File #2.

Box 260

95. Job Applications, 1972-1976.

Box 260

96. Job Applications, 1977.

Box 260

97. Jackson, Michael--Show Mail.

Box 260

98. Job Applications, 1967-1971.

Box 260

99. I Miscellaneous I

Box 260

100. Independent Financing--General.

Box 260

101. International Federation of Knights of the Cinema.

Box 260

102. Interviews - S. Kramer - Radio/TV/Taped/Live/Newspaper/General, etc.

Box 260

103. Baddy Hackett.

Box 260

104. H Miscellaneous H

Box 261

105. J Miscellaneous J

Box 261

106. Katherine Hepburn--General Correspondence.

Box 261

107. Golden Door.

Box 261

108. Glass, George--General Correspondence.

Box 261

109. Film Festivals--Miscellaneous

Box 261

110. Ivan Volkman.

Box 261

111. Apollo Verlag.

Box 261

112. Vendome.

Box 261

113. Variety Heart Fund.

Box 261

114. Variety.

Box 261

115. U.S.C.

Box 261

116. U.S. A. - U.S.S.R. - Track Meet.

Box 261

117. Universal Pictures Company, Incorporated.

Box 261

118. U.S. Department of Commerce--Bureau of the Census.

Box 261

119. United Nations Association--U.S.A.

Box 261

120. United Artists Corporation--Cash Requirements.

Box 261

121. United Artists Corporation--Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Box 261

122. Award--B'nai B'rith Man of the Year, 1970.

Box 261

123. Biographies--Spencer Tracy.

Box 262

124. Biographies--Katherine Hepburn.

Box 262

125. Biographies--Sidney Poitier.

Box 262

126. Biographies--Gary Lockwood.

Box 262

127. Biographies--Anna Magnani.

Box 262

128. Stanley Kramer Retrospective.

Box 262

129. Stanley Kramer Television Documentary.

Box 262

130. Judgment Television file--David Wolper--Stanley Kramer.

Box 262

131. Film Inventory.

Box 263

132. Biographies--Anthony Quinn.

Box 263

133. B'nai B'rith Testimonial Dinner, February, 1971.

Box 263

134. Kosherama.

Box 263

135. Earl Kramer.

Box 263

136. Stanley Kramer.

Box 263

137. Lakeside Pharmacy.

Box 263

138. Lambs Public Gambel.

Box 263

139. Philip Langnor--A Child is Waiting.

Box 263

140. Ede Robinson.

Box 263

141. Roxlom Films, Incorporated.

Box 263

142. Albert J. Ruben & Company.

Box 264

143. Synanon Foundation, Incorporated.

Box 264

144. Petty Cash Reimbursements.

Box 264

145. Pickwick Bookshop.

Box 264

146. Mel Pierce Camera.

Box 264

147. Plaza Hotel--New York City.

Box 264

148. Samuel Pop & Company.

Box 264

149. Postmaster.

Box 264

150. Producer--Written Guild of America--Pension Plan (2).

Box 264

151. Screen Actors Guild--Producers' Pension Plan & Welfare.

Box 264

152. Palm Springs Biltmore.

Box 264

153. Pacific Telephone Company.

Box 264

154. Parisian Florist.

Box 264

155. Pathé Laboratories, Incorporated.

Box 264

156. Gregory Peck.

Box 264

157. Pension Plan--Motion Picture Industry.

Box 264

158. Permanent Charities Committee.

Box 265

159. S. Kramer Corporation--Payroll Account.

Box 265

160. Directors-Producers Pension Trust Fund.

Box 265

161. Pacific Title and Art Studio.

Box 265

162. Occidental Life Insurance - Paid Bills.

Box 265

163. Larcas Productions, Incorporated Production Account.

Box 265

164. Larch-Mart Market.

Box 265

165. Larry Productions, Incorporated.

Box 265

166. La Scala.

Box 265

167. Philip H. Leonard.

Box 265

168. Jerry Lewis' Restaurant.

Box 265

169. Little, Brown & Company.

Box 265

170. Lomitas Productions, Incorporated Curtleigh Prod., Incorporated.

Box 265

171. Scam Restaurant 9000.

Box 265

172. Dan Scariano.

Box 265

173. Schwab's Pharmacy.

Box 265

174. Screen Producers Guild.

Box 265

175. Saturday Review (subscription).

Box 265

176. Selected Pictures Corporation (George J. Schaefer).

Box 265

177. Shays, Incorporated.

Box 265

178. Ship of Fools--Miscellaneous

Box 265

179. Show (magazine) Renewal Subscription.

Box 265

180. Mc Miscellaneous Mc

Box 265

181. N Miscellaneous N

Box 266

182. O Miscellaneous O

Box 266

183. P Miscellaneous P

Box 266

184. Q Miscellaneous Q

Box 266

185. Quinn, Anthony--General Correspondence.

Box 266

186. Russia--General Correspondence.

Box 266

187. R Miscellaneous R

Box 266

188. Radio Program for S. Kramer (Perets, O'Connor, etc.).

Box 266

189. Stanley Kramer Retrospective.

Box 266

190. S Miscellaneous S

Box 266

191. Schiff, Gunther--General Correspondence.

Box 266

192. Solaris / Syntar--New Filmakers.

Box 266

193. Academy Awards Illustrated 27/28 - 64.

Box 266

194. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #1).

Box 267

195. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (3167-4160).

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 267

196. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #2) May-December 1968.

Box 267

197. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #3) 1969.

Box 267

198. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #4) 1970.

Box 267

199. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #5) 1971.

Box 268

200. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #6) 1972.

Box 268

201. Agents, Literary Stories, Scripts, Ideas (File #7) 1973.

Box 268

202. Slender Ama, Incorporated.

Box 268

203. Smith, Harold J.

Box 268

204. Sonoma County.

Box 268

205. Southern California Committee of the Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committee.

Box 268

206. The Stadium Club.

Box 268

207. SK Corporation--Administrative Account.

Box 268

208. SK Corporation--General Account.

Box 268

209. Stanley Warner Theatre, Beverly Hills.

Box 268

210. Rudolph Sternad.

Box 268

211. Story of a Cheat, The--United Artists Notes.

Box 268

212. Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.

Box 268

213. Stuntmen's Association.

Box 268

214. Production Report--Ship of Fools.

Box 269

215. Radin's Liquor Store.

Box 269

216. Railway Express Agency.

Box 269

217. Rand - Fields.

Box 269

218. Realities.

Box 269

219. Revue Studios.

Box 269

220. Revue Studios Contract.

Box 269

221. United Artists Corporation Notes Payable (Inherit the Wind).

Box 269

222. United Artists Corporation Notes Payable ( Judgment at Nuremberg).

Box 269

223. United Artists Corporation Notes Payable (My Glorious Brothers).

Box 269

224. Trial Balance, 1965.

Box 269

225. Trial Balance, 1964.

Box 269

226. Trial Balance, 1963.

Box 269

227. Trial Balance, 1962.

Box 269

228. Trial Balance, 1961.

Box 269

229. Television Competitive Research, Incorporated.

Box 269

230. Harvey Tyrrell - Buick (Bill of Sale).

Box 269

231. Television Time Recordings, Incorporated.

Box 269

232. Tanner Motor Livery.

Box 269

233. Tavelman's.

Box 269

234. Tax Returns.

Box 270

235. Taylor, Jack--Loan.

Box 270

236. Tele-Sound Service (Norelco Tape Recorder).

Box 270

237. The Thallians.

Box 270

238. Thermo-Fax Sales, Incorporated.

Box 270

239. Spencer Tracy ( Judgment at Nuremberg).

Box 270

240. Transport TC Clearings.

Box 270

241. TWA - lines.

Box 270

242. Adela Rogers St. Johns (Final Verdict).

Box 270

243. San Fernando Valley Mental Health Association.

Box 270

244. Saks Fifth Avenue.

Box 270

245. The Sands.

Box 270

246. George Glass - S. Kramer Corporation.

Box 270

247. Horwits, Al--agreement.

Box 270

248. Larcas Productions, Incorporated--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 270

249. Larry Productions, Incorporated--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 270

250. Lomitas Productions, Incorporated--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 270

251. Morris Agency, W. & S. Kramer--agreement.

Box 270

252. Revue Studios - S. Kramer Corp.--agreement & Correspondence.

Box 270

253. Roxlom Films, Incorporated--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 270

254. Search & Destroy Valley of Hanoi January 5, 1968.

Box 270

255. Selected Pictures Corporation Agreement.

Box 271

256. S. Kramer Corporation--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 271

257. S. Kramer Productions, Limited--Profit Sharing Plan & Trust--Pension Plan & Trust.

Box 271

258. S. Kramer Productions, Limited--Minutes of Meetings.

Box 271

259. Sternad, Rudolph--agreement.

Box 271

260. Story of a Cheat--agreement of Sale to Yul Brynner.

Box 271

261. Story of a Cheat - United Artists Corporation--Finance & Distribution Agreement.

Box 271

262. S. Kramer Corp.--agreements w/ Larcas-Roxlom-Larry-Casey.

Box 271

263. S. Kramer Corp.--agreements w/ S. Kramer.

Box 271

264. This Side of Innocence (Armand Deutsch) - Story Productions Limited.

Box 271

265. United Artists Corporation--Larcas ITAG Pressure Point CIN--Financing & Distribution Agreement.

Box 272

266. United Artists Corporation--Casey - Mad World--Financing & Distribution Agreement.

Box 272

267. United Artists Corporation--Larry - My Glorious Brother--Financing & Distribution Agreement.

Box 272

268. Zagon, Aaron & Schiff--agreement.

Box 272

269. Ziffren & Ziffren - Tax Consultants.

Box 272

270. Catering Services.

Box 272

271. Artists 4 (Bill W.)--Correspondence.

Box 272

272. California Public Interest Law Center.

Box 272

273. MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Box 272

274. M Miscellaneous M

Box 272

275. MPAA - Eugene Dougherty - Code & Rating Program.

Box 272

276. Felton, Earl.

Box 272

277. G Miscellaneous G

Box 273

278. Film Festivals.

Box 273

279. Dodgers, Incorporated Los Angeles.

Box 273

280. E Miscellaneous E

Box 273

281. F Miscellaneous F

Box 273

282. Columbia Pictures--S. Kramer Productions, Limited--Zagon etc. Retainer & Fee Agreement January 12, 1968.

Box 273

283. 10 Commandments.

Box 273

284. Los Angeles Chapter of Waif (SK Corporation).

Box 273

285. Los Angeles County Heart Association.

Box 273

286. The Luau--SK Corporation.

Box 273

287. Mac's Liquors (SK Corporation).

Box 273

288. Magnetic Recorders Company.

Box 273

289. I. Magnin & Company (SK Corporation).

Box 273

290. Magnolia Bowling League (SK Corporation).

Box 273

291. Abby Mann (in re Judgment at Nuremberg).

Box 273

292. Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company ( Judgment at Nuremberg).

Box 273

293. Martindale's Book Stores, Incorporated.

Box 273

294. Martin's Ticket Agency.

Box 273

295. Mary & Joseph League.

Box 273

296. May Company.

Box 273

297. Meadow's Travel Agency.

Box 274

298. New York University.

Box 274

299. U.S.C.

Box 274

300. President John F. Kennedy.

Box 274

301. Thalberg Award, Irving, April 9, 1962.

Box 274

302. New York University--Gallatin Award (includes stills).

Box 274

303. DGA.

Box 275

304. DGA, Film negotiations, 1973.

Box 275

305. American Film Institute, Seminar, July 1973.

Box 275

306. Gladney Schrag Communications, 1977-78.

Box 275

307. Gladney, Norman, Radio spot.

Box 275

308. Awards, miscellaneous

Box 276

309. UCLA, 1972.

Box 276

310. UCLA, , Chancellor's Associates, S. Kramer. 1969-1971

Box 276

311. UCLA Univ. Research Lib., Stanley Kramer Donation, S. Kramer. 1970-1971

Box 276

312. Bill Mull.

Box 276

313. Rocket Messenger Service.

Box 276

314. Stanley Kramer Show. Losers. #2.

Box 276

315. Stanley Kramer Show. Winners. #3.

Box 277

316. Kramer clips.

Box 277

317. Stanley Kramer--Articles and correspondence.

Box 278

318. Tracy--Clips-features-stories.

Box 278

319. Stanley Kramer Show--Comedians. #1.

 

13. Miscellany

 

Books

Box 280

1. Crichton, Robert. The Secret of Santa Vittoria. (Advance Copy) New York: Simon & Schuster, 1966.

Box 280

2. Groundswell: University of Bridgeport's Magazine of the Arts. University of Bridgeport, 1977.

Box 280

3. Man of the Year Award Dinner--Beverly Hills: B'nai B'rith.

Box 280

4. Klein, Alexander, ed. Natural Enemies. New York: Lippincott, 1969.

Box 281

5. Porter, Katherine Anne. Ship of Fools. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1962.

Box 281

6. We are One. 1975 David Award. B'nai B'rith. Beverly Hills Hotel, June 14, 1975.

Box 281

7. Book on Chaplin, Russian language.

Box 281

8. Book on S. Kramer, Russian language.

 

Periodicals

Box 281

1. TV Guide, October 30-November 5, 1976.

Box 281

2. Coronet, April 1969.

Box 281

3. McCall's, May 1969.

Box 281

4. Life, February 17, 1969.

Box 281

5. Life, December 6, 1968.

Physical Description: (cover only)
Box 282

6. McCall's, July 1967.

Box 282

7. McCall's, June 1966.

Box 282

8. Los Angeles, March 1977.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 282

9. AFI Dialogue on Film, vol. 2, #9 July 1973.

Box 282

10. Action, May/June 1976.

Box 282

11. Daily Variety, April 19, 1976.

Box 282

12. Hollywood Reporter, (2). September 26, 1969

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 282

13. TV Guide, June 8-14, 1974.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
 

Records

Box 283

1. Side one: Amazing Grace (from the Television file The Mancini Generation; Side two: Oklahoma Crude. (43)

Physical Description: Yellow label.
Box 283

2. Sides 1 and 2: Oklahoma Crude.

Physical Description: Orange label.
 

Scripts and Related Material.

Box 282

1. Story of a Cheat, The. (3)

Box 282

2. The Monday Man, by Ronny Pearlman (Second draft: December 1, 1971).

Box 284

3. No Alternative, Preliminary draft: (2). April 23, 1976

Box 284

4. No Alternative, (First draft: May 19, 1976).

Box 284

4a. No Alternative. Background material and story outline.

Box 284

5. 40 Days of Musa Dagh, by F. Werfel.

Box 284

6. Citizen Tom Paine, by H. Fast.

Box 284

7. Judgment: The Court Martial of General Yamashita, (First tape draft: February 28, 1974).

 

Tapes

Box 286

1. George Glass - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Reference Dubs - Not for Broadcast; (1) Sidney Poitier (2) Stanley Kramer (3) Cecil Kellaway. (7½)

Box 286

2. Columbia Pictures--Ivan Volkman, Jim Merrick, May 2, 1967.

Physical Description: (3.75, Side one)
Box 286

3. Columbia Pictures--G. Cambridge, S. Kramer, May 2, 1967.

Physical Description: (3.75, Side one)
Box 286

4. Columbia Pictures--S. Kramer, K. Houghton, May 2, 1967.

Physical Description: (3.75, Side one)
 

Transcripts.

 

United States of America vs.. Tomoyuki Yamashita.

Physical Description: TRANSCRIPTS.
Box 286

1. Pages 1-198.

Box 286

2. Pages 199-449.

Box 287

3. Pages 450-699.

Box 287

4. Pages 700-951.

Box 287

5. Pages 952-1124.

Box 287

6. Pages 1125-1306

Box 287

7. Pages 1307-1500.

Box 287

8. Pages 1501-1651.

Box 288

9. Pages 1652-1867.

Box 288

10. Pages 1868-2062.

Box 288

11. Pages 2063-2241.

Box 288

12. Pages 2242-2468.

Box 288

13. Pages 2469-2703.

Box 289

14. Pages 2704-2906.

Box 289

15. Pages 2907-3128.

Box 289

16. Pages 3129-3312.

Box 289

17. Pages 3313-3522.

Box 289

18. Pages 3523-3759.

Box 290

19. Pages 3760-4063.

 

Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs.. The United States of America. no. 111.

Box 290

1. Pages 1-666.

Box 290

2. Pages 667-890.

Box 290

3. Pages 891-1098.

Box 290

4. Pages 1099-1306.

Box 290

5. Pages 1307-1514.

Box 290

6. Pages 1515-1715.

 

Depositions and Exhibits.

 

Joseph Than and Elick Moll, Plaintiffs, vs.. Columbia Pictures Corporation, Stanley Kramer, Sidney Poitier, William Rose, Defendants. no. 926,425, Superior Court of Los Angeles.

Box 290

1. Trial brief and notes on depositions of Stanley Kramer and William Rose.

Box 290

2. Deposition of E. Henry Lewis. October 17, 1969.

Box 291

3. Deposition of Stanley Kramer. vol. 1. January 20, 1969.

Box 291

4. Deposition of Stanley Kramer. vol. 2. January 24, 1969.

Box 291

5. Deposition of Joseph Than. vol. 1. August 6, 1969.

Box 291

6. Deposition of Joseph Than. vol. 2. August 7, 1969.

Box 291

7. Deposition of Sidney Poitier. April 11, 1969.

Box 291

8. Deposition of Elias (Elick) Moll. August 11-12, 1969.

Box 291

9. Deposition of William Arthur Rose. London, May 28-29, 1969.

Box 291

10. Exhibit A: A Distant Light by J. Than and Elick Moll.

Box 291

11. Book of exhibits.

Box 292

1. Wooden box. Gift to Stanley Kramer from U.S.S.R. Containing ashes from Hiroshima. (Ashes removed by Kramer.)

Box 292

2. I hate everybody button.

Box 357

3. Domino Principle. Cardboard acknowledgement from crew to Stanley Kramer. Inscribed by crew members.

Box 292

4. Research. Rosenberg trial. Wolper Productions. 8, 1975.

Box 292

5. Trials research. Judgment file. February 1973.

Box 292

6. Envelope containing photographs of Karen Black (5). With note from Phil Kellogg.

Box 292

7. Envelope containing photographs of Stanley Kramer (5).

Box 292

8. Stills of Stanley Kramer. ca. 100.

Box 293

9. Stills of Stanley Kramer and others (41).

Box 293

10. Author Artist Album, vol. 10, University of Women of the University of Judaism. 1976.

Box 293

11. Scientific or Technical Award Entries--50th Annual Academy Awards, 1977.

Box 293

12. Southern California Council of Churches Award. Los Angeles Press Club. Proofs. March 13, 1968.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 293

13. Klein, Barzman and Hecht. Description of company. April 3, 1969.

Box 293

14. Letters to Kramer re his appearance on the David Frost television show concerning gun control. 24 items. ca. 1971-1972.

Box 293

15. Memo re stills of various productions. August 11, 1971.

Box 293

16. Brochure. U.S. Dept. of Labor. ca. 1967.

Box 293

17. Judgment. Trials research. February 1973.

Box 293

18. Judgment. Kramer/Wolper Productior. March 1973.

Box 293

19. Judgment. Kramer/Wolper Production. April 1973.

Box 293

20. Judgment research. ca. 1973.

 

Additional Production Material

Box 299

Stills.

Box 299, Folder 5

Various.

Physical Description: 15 pieces.
Box 299, Folder 6

Master list and film inventory.

Physical Description: ca. 60 leaves, 2 copies.
Box 299, Folder 7

Mike Beck - publicity and correspondence. Production material list.

Physical Description: 2 leaves, 4 copies.
 

Additions, February 1983.

Box 299, Folder 10

Certificate of Recognition from the Directors Guild of America, presented to Stanley Kramer, November 28, 1982.

Box 299, Folder 11

Resolution designating Stanley Kramer Artist-in-Residence. Bellevue Community College District 8. Bellevue, Washington, In black frame. May 13, 1980.

Box 299, Folder 12

Medal. Ville de Deauville. Stanley Kramer, September 1979.

Box 357

Certificate designating Gold Award at Moscow Film Festival for Oklahoma Crude, 1973.

Box 299, cont.

Additions, June 1983.

Folder 13

Award. San Jose Film Society, Presented to Stanley Kramer for consistency and integrity in bringing motion pictures of social relevance to the screen. Mounted on walnut placque. n.d.

Physical Description: 20.5 × 30.5 cm. 1 item.
Box 300, Folder 1

Honorary degree. Doctorate of Fine Arts. Linfield College, McMinnville, Oregon, 20 × 15 cm. In case. 1 item. With this: copy of remarks by Charles U. Walker, academic hood, and 2 copies of baccalaureate and commencement programs. May 29, 1983.

Box 362

John Ford Medallion. Presented to Stanley Kramer. U.S. Film and Video Festival. Utah, 1 item. 2 bronze medallions mounted on oak plaque. January 30, 1982.

Physical Description: 50.5 × 25.5 cm.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 362

Certificate of recognition awarded to Stanley Kramer, , at the Moscow Film Festival for Humanism in cinema art, For peace and friendship among nations! July 1983

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 300, Folder 2

Festival Des Films Du Monde, Montreal. Includes newsclippings, film schedule, program, SK itinerary, correspondence re Film Makers Assembly, party invitation and 8 photos of SK and fans. August, 1983.

Additional Note

Addition, September 1983.
Folder 3

Bronze medallion with brass trim presented To Stanley Kramer for Life Achievement. Montreal World Film Festival, In a bright blue velvet case. 1983.

Additional Note

Addition, September 1983.
Box 362

Certificate awarded to Stanley Kramer for life achievement in cinematography presented at the Festival Des Films Du Monde, Montréal, , mounted on a wooden plaque. August 20, 1983

Additional Note

Addition, September 1983.
 

Israel Humanities Achievement Award presented to Stanley Kramer in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the arts, his firm support of human rights, and his devoted service to the State of Israel. New York City, In gilt wood frame with print by NGL(?) Stern. May 14, 1984.

Physical Description: Print: 67 (w) × 58.5 cm. (h); certificate: 35 × 27.5 cm.: framed print & certificate: 81 cm. × 107.5 cm.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 326

--Production 8490. Andersonville

Physical Description: (72 items)

Scope and Contents note

Original drawings, general preliminary drawings, tracings, and finish drawings.
Box 327

Production 8490 Prints [architectural drawings].

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 357

County of Los Angeles Resolution, 1970.

 

City of Los Angeles Resolution, 1971

 

Films

Physical Description: (Document Boxes)
Box 91

Andersonville (not produced).

 

Copies of first draft: May 12, 1958.

Box 92

Copies of first estimating draft by Abby Mann, February 14, 1966.

Box 93

Production files (Breakdown sheets - Harper)

Box 94

Production files (Honey - Reading file)

Box 95

Production files (Scripts).

Box 96

Production files (Sidney, George - Writers).

Box 97 - 102

Research books and data:

Physical Description: 32 items.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 325, 367.
Box 325

Phonograph records, music of the Civil War.

 

Script, n.d.

Additional Note

Missing-not received.
Box 230

First estimating draft: February 24, 1966.

Box 367

Production manager's breakdown strips.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Bless the Beasts and Children:

 

Production Materials

Box 132

Cast & Crew.

Box 132

Program notes.

Box 132

Production notes.

Box 132

Releases.

Box 132

Conservation Directory, 1971.

Box 132

Telecompanion, July 1971.

Box 132

Salt Lake City Television Shows, Tape transcripts.

Box 132

Phoenix.

Box 133

New York.

Box 133

Dallas.

Box 133

Chicago.

Box 133

Boston

Box 133

Book Reviews.

Box 133

Awards.

Box 133

Book Correspondence.

Box 133

Correspondence (Miscellaneous).

Box 133

Correspondence file (DAILY).

Box 133

Censorship controversies.

Box 133

Key Set Stills (Captions).

Box 133

Combined Continuities

Box 134

Actors--Stunt Players (Daily and Weekly Contracts).

Box 134

Chapin, Miles (Shecker) -- Contract

Box 134

Glaser, Darel [(Goodenow)--Contract].

Box 134

Ketchum, Dave [(Camp Director)--Contract].

Box 134

Kramer, Bob [(Lally I)--Contract].

Box 134

Leonard, Jack E. [(Sid Shecker)--Contract].

Box 134

Mumy, Bill [(Teft)--Contract].

Box 134

Robins, Barry [(Cotton)--Contract].

Box 134

Swofford, Ken [(Wheaties)--Contract].

Box 134

Vahanian, Marc [(Lally II)--Contract].

Box 134

American Humane Association, The.

Box 134

Awards.

Box 134

Beck, Myer Page (Sales Representative--agreement).

Box 134

Benoff, Mac (writer)--Contract.

Box 133

Grosses.

Box 133

Billing.

Box 138

Income from picture.

Box 134

Budget (Cost Reports)--Pre-production & production cost.

Box 134

Budget--Estimated Detail.

Box 134

Call Sheet.

Box 134

Cast & Crew Lists.

Box 134

Columbia Pictures--Correspondence.

Box 134

Comments, Congratulations, Quotes, etc. (file #1).

Box 135

Comments, Congratulations, Quotes, etc. (file #3).

Box 135

Continuities Combined (Cutting & Dialogue).

Box 135

Claim - Another Mother for Peace (re-advertisement logo).

Box 135

Credits--Main Title & Advertising.

Box 135

Comments, Congratulations, Quotes, etc. (file #2).

Box 135

Crank letters.

Box 135

Daily Production Reports.

Box 135

Day out of days schedule.

Box 135

Doubleday (Publisher) Advertisements.

Box 135

Doubleday (Publisher) Correspondence.

Box 135

Ferguson, Robert (V. Pages advertisements, publicity & Expl.) Correspondence.

Box 135

Film Festivals - Canada (Stratford - Ontario) San Francisco, Cannes.

Box 135

Film Festival - Berlin.

Box 136

Film Festival - Moscow.

Box 136

Gordon, Billy - Casting Director.

Box 136

Toronto.

Box 136

Expenses.

Box 136

Educational Contracts

Box 136

Trade Clips.

Box 136

Photography and photographers.

Box 136

Photo captions.

Box 136

Previews.

Box 136

Playdates.

Box 136

Music.

Box 136

Locations.

Box 137

Releases (Ed Fischer copy).

Box 137

Previews--Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

Box 137

Synopsis (short).

Box 137

Synopsis (long).

Box 137

Study Guides.

Box 137

Hidden Valley Ranch (Prescott, Arizona - Dr. R.B. Nichols) Location Contract.

Box 137

Hotel Lists.

Box 138

If Poem by Rudyard Kipling.

Box 138

Insurance.

Box 138

Rothers, Incorporated (Denver, Colorado. re Bison herd).

Box 138

Kramer, Stanley--Miscellaneous.

Box 138

Kramer, Stanley.

Box 138

Location Auditor--Harry Kohoyda--Correspondence).

Box 138

Movement lists.

Box 138

MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) Title registration & code no.

Box 138

Music - album.

Box 138

Music - A&M Records.

Box 138

Music - Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr.--Contract

Scope and Contents note

(songwriter)
(composer)
Box 138

Music - Carpenters - Song, Bless the Beasts and Children Agreement.

Box 138

Music - Music Breakdown.

Box 138

Music Cue Sheet.

Box 138

Music - Song, It's a Beautiful Day by Bill Mumy/Paul H. Gordon.

Box 138

Music - Song, Bless the Beasts and the Children.

Box 138

Music--Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Box 139

Music - Spotting Notes.

Box 138

Film Festival - Moscow.

Box 138

National Rifle Assocaition; Firearms Association.

Box 138

Poems on Dining Room Wall; Hidden Valley Ranch A State of Mind.

Box 138

Production Notes.

Box 138

Programs.

Box 139

Reviews--Book.

Box 139

Reviews--Trades - Magazines, Newspapers.

Box 140

Reviews.

Box 139

Screenings.

Box 139

Shipments, Mailings.

Box 139

Shooting Schedule.

Box 139

Simon & Schuster, Incorporated--Publisher Novelization of Screen. Paperback).

Box 139

Swarthout, Glendon (author)--agreement.

Box 139

Swarthout, Glendon (author)--Correspondence.

Box 139

Television Spot Censorship Story

Box 139

Theatre openings.

Box 139

Editorial.

Box 139

Ivan Volkman--Production Manager--Correspondence.

Box 139

Weiss, Voisin, Cannon, Incorporated (Stockbrokers) - Beverly Hills - Location.

Box 139

Zagon, Schiff, Hirsch, Levine, & Mark--Correspondence.

 

Publicity

Box 139

Press Releases.

Box 132

Press, Radio, College Lists from A&M Records.

Box 138

Preview Screening, New York Alice Tulley Hall June 21, 1971.

Box 139

Requests for Premiere, Special Screenings, etc.

Box 139

Glass, George--Correspondence.

Box 138

appearances: TV/Radio, Personal & Telephone Interviews.

Box 138

Advertisements.

Box 138

Beck, Myer P.--Correspondence.

Box 139

Columbia Pictures--Correspondence.

Box 139

M. Kay (Booker)--Correspondence.

Box 132

Advertisements.

Box 139

Trailer (TV clips).

Box 139

Television Spot 1 minute (Stan Freberg).

Box 139

Press Kit.

Box 136

Magazine clips.

Box 137

Promotion (Ecology Organizations).

Box 137

Trailers.

Box 137

Promotion (New York screening).

Box 137

Promotion (Miscellaneous).

Box 137

Radio/TV Promotion.

 

Scripts

Box 140

1. First draft: ; revised, May 22, 1970 June 12, 1970.

Box 140

2. Revised first draft: June 12, 1970.

Box 140

3. Final draft: (as shot). Revised, June 18, 1970 July 29, 1970.

Box 140

4. Final draft: (as shot). Revised, June 18, 1970 July 29, 1970.

Box 140

5. Final draft: (as shot). Revised, June 18, 1970 July 29, 1970.

Box 140

6. Final draft: (as shot). Revised, June 18, 1970 July 29, 1970.

Box 140

6a. Final draft: (as shot). June 18, 1970

Box 141

7. Final draft: (as shot). June 18, 1970

Box 141

8. Final draft: (as shot). June 18, 1970

Box 141

9. S. Kramer Personal Final draft: (Revised, June 18, 1970. September 10, 1970.

Box 141

10. S. Kramer Personal Shooting Script. Page breakdown by scenes. Flashbacks in chronological order.

Additional Note

NOTE: See Folders, 46. Continuities Combined (Cutting & Dialogue).
Box 144

6. Miscellaneous pages of revisions

Physical Description: (approximately 100)
 

Stills

Box 141

Production Stills (Proof Sheets)

Physical Description: approximately 200.
Box 144

Proofs 8×10 taken in New York.

 

Tapes

Box 141

1. Preview #1.

Box 141

2. Preview #2.

Box 142

3. Stan Freberg Radio Spot #1.

Box 142

4. Stan Freberg Radio Spot #1.

Box 142

5. Stan Freberg Radio Spot #1.

Box 142

6. Stan Freberg Radio Spot #1.

Box 142

7. Stan Freberg Radio Spot #1.

Box 142

8. Preview #1, June 1971.

Box 142

9. Preview #2, June 1971.

Box 143

10. 11th Hour interview.

Box 143

11. Interview with M. Jackson, April 9, 1972.

Box 143

12. KABC Presentation October 21, 1960.

Box 143

13. Face to Face.

 

Miscellany

Box 143

Bless the Beasts and Children (1 vol.) - the story as it follows in the book without the flashbacks (Mac Benoff).

Folder 5

Bless the Beasts & the Children - combined continuities.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 143

Bless the Beasts and Children (17 discs) - song recorded by The Carpenters: Bless the Beasts and the Children.

Box 361

Bless the Beasts and the Children.

Scope and Contents note

Proofs (nos. 1-4534) and stills (2).
Box 144

Swarthout,Glendon. Bless the Beasts and Children.

Physical Description: (4 copies)
Box 144

Editorials (Censorship).

Box 144

Student evaluations.

Physical Description: 65 items.
Box 145

Audience reaction cards

Physical Description: (approximately 1200)
 

The Caine Mutiny, 1954.

Box 7

Final shooting script, heavily annotated by Edward Dmytryk.

Box 301

Academy Award nomination plaque for best picture, 1954.

Box 301

Model ship.

Box 301

30 stills, 10 × 13,on heavy board, bound together.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph, autographed by the cast.

Box 7

Folder of awards.

Box 8

400 production stills, 8 × 10.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 301, 357.
Box 294

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by Stanley Roberts. May 6, 1953.

 

The Champion, (1949).

Box 1

Final shooting script, annotated by Mark Robson.

Box 372, Folder 5

24 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 4

27 Set Stills

Box 301

Statuette of prize fighter with one hand (Kirk Douglas).

Box 372, Folder 6

1 Shooting Schedule

Box 1

Photo Play Magazine Award.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 301, 336.
 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Kirk Douglas).

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 294

Script. Screenplay by Carl Foreman. ca. 1948.

Box 336

Scrapbook: The Champion and Home of the Brave.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

A Child is Waiting, 1963.

Box 54

Final draft screenplay, January 3, 1962.

Box 240

Final draft: (4). January 3, 1962

Box 230

Final draft: (3). January 3, 1962

Box 54

Dialogue and cutting continuity scripts.

Box 240

Dialogue continuity.

Box 240

Cutting continuity.

Box 345

Press clippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 110

Music for A Child Is Waiting.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Tape recording
Box 345, 346, 347

Music sketches and lead sheets.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 356

Johannesburg Film Society plaque.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 356

California Senate plaque, 1963.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 54

Folder of awards.

Box 54

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Cast and crew lists).

Box 55

Production files (Daily production reports - M.P.P.A.).

Box 56

Production files (Music).

Box 57

Production files (Publicity - Wardrobe).

Box 58

360 production stills.

Box 59

360 production stills.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 345, 346, 347, 356.
Box 126

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Releases.

Box 126

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Reviews

Box 126

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Feature stories.

Box 126

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Tear Sheets.

 

Cyrano de Bergerac, 1950.

Box 3

Final shooting script, heavily annotated by Carl Foreman.

Box 3

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 3

Folder of awards.

Box 3

184 stills, 8 × 10.

Box 327

Poster of Cyrano de Bergerac. Japan, 1950.

Physical Description: 52 × 73 cm.

Scope and Contents note

See also: Box 3, and index.
Box 327

Poster of Cyrano de Bergerac, Japan, One sheet. 1950.

Box 330

Cleveland Film Critics Trophy for Cyrano de Bergerac, 1951.

Box 120

Christian Herald plaque for Cyrano de Bergerac, , Home of the Brave, , The Men, 1951 1949 1950.

Physical Description: Three items.
 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Jose Ferrer)

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 131

Press Book

Box 373, Folder 2

24 Storyboards.

Box 373, Folder 1

30 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 13

30 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 11

28 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 10

29 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 12

29 Storyboards.

Box 328

Cup from Jose Ferrer ( Cyrano de Bergerac).

Box 122

Exhibitor Laurel Award plaque for Dramatic Presentation, , Top Ten Producer-Director, , Cyrano de Bergerac, , High Noon, 1959 1963-1964 1950-1951 1952-1953.

Physical Description: Five items.
Box 146

Black Tights--Correspondence.

 

Story Development Fund.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

Final Verdict Sale December 22, 1967.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
Box 146

NTA - 4 Star Television Rights - High Noon.

Box 146

Cyrano - Never judge a man by his nose.

Box 146

Cyrano - Saperstein--Magoo Cartoons) - Television Correspondence.

Box 146

Cyrano--Van Loewen & O'Brien)--Correspondence.

 

White, Onna (Choreographer--Contract).

Additional Note

See Box 294.
Box 147

Geller, Mike (Plagiarism).

 

Segal, Erich (writer) Correspondence.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

Segal, Erich (writer) Contract.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

Publicity - Press Releases.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

Music - Artists (Performers, Composers & Agents).

Additional Note

See Box 294.
 

Music--Miscellaneous correspondence.

Additional Note

See Box 294.
Box 147

Legrand, Michel (composer & conductor) Contract.

Box 147

Mercer, Johnny (songwriter) Contract.

Box 147

NBC-TV. Proposed musical Cyrano (Richard Graham).

Box 147

Harburg, E.Y. & Burton Lane.

Box 147

Job Applications.

Box 147

Script. Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. Second draft screenplay by Carl Foreman.

Box 147

Script. Screenplay by Carl Foreman. From the play by Edmond Rostand.

Box 147

Cutting and dialogue continuity.

Box 147

Actors & Agents.

Box 147

Agents - Technical Employment.

Box 147

Releases.

Box 147

Costumes--Correspondence.

Box 147

Comments, Congrats, quotes, etc.

Box 147

Columbia Pictures Corporation - Purchase Agreement.

Box 147

Clips--Newspapers.

Box 147

Clips--Trades.

Box 147

Budget--Cost Reports.

Box 147

Bart, Lionel--Correspondence.

Box 147

Crank letters.

Box 147

Conflicts--Miscellaneous

Box 147

Davis, Jr., Sammy--Contract.

 

Cyrano (Short). Sent to Film Archive, UCLA, Theatre Arts Department.

Box 146

Cyrano Corporation--Correspondence & Financial Statements, Minutes.

Box 146

Cyrano Corporation-- High Noon Anthology - Five Classic Screenplays.

Box 146

Cyrano Corporation--David Merrick's Musical Play - Cyrano de Bergerac--Correspondence and agreement.

 

Death of a Salesman, 1951.

Box 4

Final shooting script, including all changes, cast lists, and production breakdown.

Box 294

Production material

Box 339

Modern Photography plaque, 1952.

Box 4

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 4

Folder of awards.

Additional Note

See also: Box 339.
Box 373, Folder 11

30 Storyboards.

Box 373, Folder 12

30 Storyboards.

Box 373, Folder 13

21 Storyboards.

 

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by Stanley Roberts. August 3, 1951.

Box 330

American Weekly plaque for Death of A Salesman, 1952.

 

The Defiant Ones, 1958.

Box 17

106 production stills, 8 × 10.

Box 357

16 phonograph record, music.

Box 357

British Film Academy plaque for best film.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Sidney Poitier).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 241

Script. n.d.

Box 241

Script. January 20, 1950.

Box 241

Script. January 28, 1958.

Box 240

Script, January 28, 1958.

Box 241

Cutting and dialogue.

Box 241

Cutting continuity (3).

Box 17

Original first draft screenplay.

Box 17

Final draft screenplay, heavily annotated by Stanley Kramer, with scene breakdown on each page.

Box 17

Photograph of Stanley Kramer, 11 × 14.

Box 366

Editors' Trophy, 1958.

Box 304

Hollywood Foreign Press statue for Best Picture.

Box 17

Folder of awards.

Box 304

New York Film Critics plaque for Best Picture, 1958.

Box 304

New York Film Critics plaque for Best Director, 1958.

Box 304

Page One Award plaque, , in case. June 26, 1959

Box 304

Sterling silver leg irons (Stanley Kramer, 1958).

Box 304

Academy Award plaque for nomination for Best Picture, 1958.

Box 304

Academy Award plaque for nomination for Best Director.

Box 337

Berlin Film Festival scrapbook containing stills and publicity.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 304

Screen Directors' Guild plaque for nomination for Best Director.

Box 304

Screen Producers' Guild certificate for nomination for Best Producer, framed.

Box 331

John Anson Ford Plaque for The Defiant Ones, 1958.

Box 123

Valladolid, Spain, plaque for The Defiant Ones, April 1959.

Box 123

Los Angeles Urban League plaque for The Defiant Ones, 1958.

Box 18

Production files.

Box 304

2-12 phono recordings, Long Gone.

Box 19

Holograph lead sheets for music, 28 leaves.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 304, 337, 357, 366.
Box 131

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Negatives

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

50 negatives.
Box 241

Prof. Irwin R. Blacker.

Box 131

Press Book

Box 385

50 stills and slides or transparencies.

Box 381, Folder 8

35 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 6

12 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 3

35 Storyboards.

 

Domino Killings (original title: The Domino Principle)

 

Production Materials

Box 148

1. Albert, Edward Jr. (Pine)--Contract, etc.

Box 148

2. Bergen, Candice (Doris)--Contract, etc.

Box 148

3. Rooney, Mickey (Spinenta)--Contract, etc.

Box 148

7. Hackman, Gene--Tucker)--Contract, etc.

Box 151

61. Actors--Day Player Contracts.

Box 148

4. Widmark, Richard (Tagge).

Box 148

5. Avco Embassy.

Box 148

6. The Domino Principle - Art Department.

Box 148

8. Wallach, Eli (Gen. Reser).

Box 148

9. Call Sheets.

Physical Description: 2 Folders.
Box 148

10. Actors & Agents.

Box 148

11. Publicity on Prison (envelope/ads).

Box 148

12. Revised scenes from Domino, pp. 9, 15, 57.

Physical Description: (approximately 30 copies)
Box 148

13. Location notes.

Box 148

14. Theatre Openings.

Box 148

15. Script Revisions--First Revised (Notations). January 15

Box 149

16. Gavin.

Box 149

17. William S. Gilmore.

Box 149

18. Editorial - Television version.

Box 149

19. Daily Production Reports.

Box 149

20. Credits--Main Title and Advertising.

Box 149

21. Crew.

Box 150

37. Cast & Crew Lists.

Box 149

22. Kappoff Music Services (Nathan Kappoff).

Box 149

23. Marstar.

Box 149

24. Location - San Francisco.

Box 149

25. Independent Casting.

Box 149

26. Insurance.

Box 149

27. Location - Puerta Vallarta.

Box 149

28. Kennedy, Adam--Contract, etc.

Box 149

29. Schedules.

Box 149

30. Script Distribution.

Box 150

31. Publicity, Press Correspondence.

Box 150

32. Publicity, Advertisements.

Box 150

46. Publicity, Strauss, John (CPR) Correspondence.

Box 150

53. Publicity Releases.

Box 150

33. Publicity, Beck, Meyer P., Correspondence.

Box 150

34. General.

Box 150

35. Location, San Quentin.

Box 150

36. Comments, Congratulations, Quotes, etc.

Box 150

38. Continuities Combined.

Box 150

39. Hotel lists.

Box 150

41. Brown - Kraft.

Box 150

40. Box Office Receipts.

Box 150

42. Business Expenses - S. Kramer.

Box 150

43. Budget--Estimated Detail.

Box 150

44. Crank Letters.

Box 150

45. I.T.C.

Box 150

47. Location, Contracts (originals).

Box 150

48. Morse, Terry (Associate Producer/ Production Manager).

Box 150

49. Movement Lists.

Box 150

50. MPAA.

Box 150

51. Music (Miscellaneous Correspondence).

Box 150

52. Music - Shirley Eikhard (Some Day Soon).

Box 151

54. Shooting Schedule.

Box 151

55. Starger, Martin--Correspondence (MARSTAR).

Box 151

56. Schiff, Hirsch & Levine--Correspondence.

Box 151

57. Screenings.

Box 151

Werner, Oscar

Box 151

Signed Work Permits.

Box 151

Revised Pages November 28, 1975.

Box 151

Actors--Weekly Contracts.

Box 151

Actors--Daily & Weekly - Stuntmen.

Box 151

Reviews.

Box 151

Frank Waldman--Correspondence.

Box 151

Production Board picture negatives.

Box 334

Photocopies of titles.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 153

Production slides--12.

Box 153

Production notes (bound).

Box 154

Notebook of production sketches (blueprints).

Box 154

Revisions. November 12, 1975.

Box 154

Accordion file--Miscellaneous script revisions.

Additional Note

Missing - not received from Theatre Arts Department.
Box 154

Record. Some day soon. Theme from The Domino Principle. 3 copies. Shirley Eikhard.

Box 154

Mounted photographs of Ku Klux Klan members.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 334

Advance Press Info.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Scripts

Box 151

First draft: November 10, 1975.

Box 151

Revised first draft: January 15, 1976.

Box 152

Final draft: February 23, 1976.

Additional Note

NOTE: See Folders, 15. Script Revisions (First Revised - January 15) and 38. Continuities Combined. See also Miscellany.
 

Stills

Box 153, Box 334, Box 152

Production stills

Physical Description: (20 packets). 8×10. 18/20 pieces per packet.
Box 154

7. Stills.

Physical Description: 8 × 10. 40 items.
 

Tapes

Box 153

One 7½ tape - Some Day Soon - Main Title (2:35).

 

Eight Iron Men, 1952.

Box 5

Final shooting script.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 294

Dialogue continuity. n.d.

Box 294

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by Harry Brown(?). February 16, 1952.

Box 5

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 374, Folder 4

67 Storyboards.

Box 373, Folder 14

31 Storyboards.

Box 374, Folder 1

33 Storyboards.

Box 374, Folder 3

49 Storyboards.

Box 374, Folder 2

44 Storyboards.

 

Final Verdict

Box 294

1. First draft screenplay by Elizabeth Wilson. March 9, 1964.

Box 294

2. Sale. Columbia Pictures Corporation. December 22, 1967.

 

The 5,000 Fingers of Doctor T., 1953.

Box 6

Final shooting script, annotated, with stills.

Box 294

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by Allan Scott. January 30, 1952.

Box 294

Dialogue continuity. n.d.

Box 6

Folder of newsclippings.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

The Four Poster, 1953.

Box 5

Final shooting script, heavily annotated.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Rex Harrison).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 5

Folder of awards.

Additional Note

See also: Box 301.
Box 295

Dialogue continuity. n.d.

Box 295

Script. Final draft: By Allan Scott. August 13, 1951.

Box 373, Folder 10

6 Storyboards from section labeled Poisoned Brandy.

Box 373, Folder 9

19 Storyboards from section labeled Sequnce G.

Box 373, Folder 8

12 Storyboards from section labeled The Daugther's Wedding.

Box 373, Folder 7

9 Storyboards from section labeled Cod Liver Oil Episode.

Box 373, Folder 6

6 Storyboards from section labeled Her Son's Death.

Box 373, Folder 5

15 Storyboards from section labled sequence C.

Box 373, Folder 4

14 Storyboards from section labeled sequence B.

Box 373, Folder 3

29 Storyboards from section labeled Nuptual Sequence.

Box 301

Silver Bed Award.

 

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, 1967.

Box 79

Final draft by William Rose.

Box 79

Final draft, heavily annotated by Stanley Kramer.

Box 79

Final draft, Italian.

 

Poster picture of cast, signed.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
missing December 1985.
Box 295

Radio/TV schedules.

Box 295

Income from picture.

Folder 3

dialogue continuity.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 299, Folder 1

Stills

Physical Description: 3 pieces.
Box 79

A Special Kind of Magic, history of the film, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, by Roy Newquist.

Box 325

Three Academy Award nomination plaques: two for best picture; one for best director.

Folder 4

cutting continuity.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 79

Dialogue continuity script.

Box 79

Folder of correspondence on awards.

Box 79

Film clips of Kathy Houghton.

Box 325

Sterling silver plate--Kathy Houghton.

Box 325

Screen Directors' Guild Plaque.

Box 325

Council of Churches of Southern California plaque, 1968.

Box 80

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Columbia Pictures).

Box 81

Production files (Comments - De Vol, Frank).

Box 82

Production files (Editorials - Publicity: Campaign reports).

Box 83

Production files (Publicity: Beck - Wardrobe).

Box 84

Publicity files (Academy Awards publicity material).

Box 84

Rand-McNally book material.

Box 85

Publicity files (Advertisements - New York Times).

Box 86

Publicity files (Radio--Trailers).

Box 87

Magazine clippings.

Box 88

Newspaper clippings.

Box 89

100 production stills, 8 × 10.

Box 90

225 key set stills.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 325, 359.
Box 112

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner promotion tapes.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Tape recording.
 

Miscellany

Box 334

1. Two albums - interviews.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 156

2. Cut 1-5

Physical Description: (33 1/3 rpm)
Box 156

3. Picture Continuity - Reel 1A November 10, 1967.

Box 156

4. Dialogue Continuity - Reel 1A October 28, 1967.

 

Scripts

Box 155

1. First draft: January 7, 1967.

Box 156

2. Final draft (2).

Box 156

3. Script (3).

Additional Note

NOTE: See Miscellany.
 

Stills

Box 334

1. 2 portfolios. Publicity material.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Folders

Box 155

1. Preview Program and Sample Tix.

Box 155

2. Previews, Premieres.

Box 155

3. Yankee Magazine - Silhouette of a Wedding by Laurie Hillyer - Story Conflict.

Box 155

4. Rose, William (writer)--Contract.

Box 155

5. Kramer, Stanley - Expenses.

Box 155

6. Insurance.

Box 155

7. MPAA.

Box 155

8. Claim - The People Web by M.R. Plunkett.

Box 155

9. Cast & Crew Sheets.

Box 155

10. Comments etc.

Box 155

11. Hackett & Company, Samuel - Auditor, New York.

Box 155

12. Box Office Receipts.

Box 155

13. A Distant Light--Correspondence.

Box 359

American Cinema Editors' statue, 1968.

 

The Juggler, 1953.

Box 5

Final shooting script, annotated.

Box 5

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 295

Script. First estimating draft: Screenplay by Michael Blankfort. May 7, 1952.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Kirk Douglas).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 375, Folder 7

14 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

 

The Happy Time, 1952.

Box 4

Final shooting script.

Box 295

Script. First estimating draft: By Earl Felton. November 27, 1951.

Box 295

Dialogue continuity. n.d.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Charles Boyer).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 4

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 4

Folder of awards.

Box 375, Folder 3

16 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 1

35 Stroyboards

Box 375, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 4

33 stills.

 

High Noon, 1952.

Box 6

Final shooting script with story notes.

Box 295

Script. 1951.

Box 295

Script. Screenplay by Carl Foreman.

Box 6

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 357

Photoplay Magazine award, 1952.

Box 6

File of 50 production stills.

Box 6

Folder of awards.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 301, 357.
Box 131

Press Book

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Gary Cooper).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 383, Folder 6

20 Storyboards.

Box 301

Academy Award nomination plaque for best production, 1952.

Box 301

New York Film Critics plaque. Best Motion Picture, 1952.

Box 301

Life and Ideas, Foreign Press Association plaque.

Box 295

Dialogue continuity. March 3, 1952.

Box 330

National Movie Poll Trophy for High Noon, 1952.

 

Home of the Brave, 1949.

Box 1

Final shooting script, heavily annotated by Carl Foreman.

Additional Note

(titled High Noon) - working title.
Box 372, Folder 3

8 Storyboards and 3 Photographs.

Box 295

Screenplay by Carl Foreman. n.d.

Box 295

Screenplay by Carl Foreman. n.d.

Box 372, Folder 2

30 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 9

35 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 1

33 Storyboards.

Box 360

Jewish War Veterans Award, large brass plaque, 1949.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 356

Veterans of Foreign Wars Award, 1950.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (James Edwards).

Additional Note

missing December 1985
 

Jewish War Veterans Award, framed, 1949.

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 1

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 1

Folder of awards.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 336, 356, and 360.
Box 120

Los Angeles Urban League plaque for Home of the Brave, 1950.

Box 356

Urban League of New York, plaque, 1949.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 336

Scrapbook: The Champion and Home of the Brave.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 336

American Civil Liberties Union award.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Inherit the Wind, 1960.

Box 27

Treatment by Earl Felton, , original typescript. March 2, 1958

Box 243

Photos (production) of S. Kramer.

Box 241

Script, October 21, 1958.

Box 242

Script, (5). August 13, 1959

Box 243

Script August 13, 1959

Box 27

Story treatment, original typescript, heavily annotated by Earl Felton.

Box 27

Synopsis by Earl Felton, April 3, 1957.

Box 341

Music sketches and lead sheets.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 27

First draft screenplay by Nathan Douglas and Harold Smith, September 3, 1958.

Box 27

Final draft screenplay by Nathan Douglas and Harold Smith, September 3, 1958.

Box 27

Cutting continuity.

Box 243

Cutting Continuity (2).

Box 243

Cutting: Dialogue Continuity.

Box 243

Dialogue Continuity (2).

Box 27

Dialogue continuity.

Box 28

215 production stills.

Box 29

215 production stills.

Box 243

General Correspondence (folder).

Box 30

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Dialogue continuity.)

Box 31

Production files (Distribution reports - M.P.P.A.)

Box 32

Production files (Music - Publicity: Kaplan).

Box 307

Music score on ten 45 rpm records.

Box 305

6 record albums.

Box 307

Music notes and timing notes.

Box 308

Music sketches and cue sheets.

Box 307

Music skins.

Box 306 & 307

Music cue sheets.

Box 33

Production files (Publicity: Thomas - Zagon).

Box 34

Production files ( Hollywood Reporter & Variety anniversary issues).

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 308, 341.
Box 124

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence Dayton premiers.

Box 124

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Reviews.

Box 124

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Lists of awards.

 

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Play and Original Research Data

Box 125

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Featurette.

Box 125

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. American Legion.

Box 305

Screen Producers' Guild certificate of nomination for Best Production, , framed. 1960

Box 131

Press Book

 

Berlin Film Festival Award, bronze platter, 1960.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 305

La Tercera Resena Mundial de los Festivales Cinematograficos Award, statue, 1960.

Box 305

10th International Berlin Film Festival, 2 certificates one of which is framed.

Box 383, Folder 2

21 Storyboards.

Box 383, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

 

Invitation to a Gunfighter, 1964.

Box 70

First draft teleplay for CBS Playhouse 90 by Hal Goodman and Larry Klein, February 11, 1957.

Box 244

Dialogue continuity.

Box 244

Cutting continuity.

Box 244

Script. Final. June 7, 1963.

Box 244

Master Working Script--Supervisor's.

Box 70

Second draft teleplay by Leslie Stevens, March 7, 1957.

Box 70

First draft screenplay by Alvin Sopinsely, February 14, 1958.

Box 70

First draft screenplay, revised, by Hubert Cornfield, original typescript, heavily annotated, October 1, 1962.

Box 70

Second draft screenplay by James Lee Barrett, original typescript and annotated.

Box 71

Final draft screenplay by Elizabeth and Richard Wilson, June 7, 1963.

Box 71

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Credits).

Box 72

Production files (Continuities - Writers).

 

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, 1963.

Box 60

Second draft screenplay, annotated by William and Tania Rose.

Box 60

Second draft revised with script supervisor's annotations.

Box 296

Cutting continuity.

Box 296

Comments.

Box 363

150 stills, 10½ x 13½.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 61

Awards.

Box 322 - 324

Wardrobe: miscellaneous pieces worn by cast.

Box 61

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Budget).

Box 62

Production files (Cast and Crew--Music cues).

Box 63

Production files (Musicians - Publicity).

Box 64

Production files (Screenings--Work schedule).

Box 65 - 68

600 production stills, 8 × 10.

Box 65 - 68

TV and radio spots.

Box 313 - 321

Orchestra score.

Box 348-351

Complete music score.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 312

2 record albums of music for Mad, Mad World.

Box 312

4 interviews on phonograph records.

Box 69

175 original pen and ink sketches of the ladder sequence, 8 × 10.

Box 69

250 process plates, 8 × 10.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 313-324, 348, 349, 350, 351, 363, 367.
Box 110

Mad World, side one.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Tape recording
Box 110

Mad World, A-2.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Tape recording.
Box 127

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Advertising appropriations

Box 127

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. New York mail order reports

Box 127

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Reviews

Box 128

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Stories

Box 128

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. 70 mm. test print

Box 129

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Tear Sheets

Box 157

Distribution Report (Last report, ), Comments, etc. November 30, 1968

Box 157

Brillig Production, Limited. Rese, William & Tania.

Box 296

Brillig Productions, Limited. William Rose. Award presented to Stanley Kramer in Cannes, France. Summer 1960.

Box 157

Theatre Opening - Re-issue.

Box 157

Gottlieb, Samuel - New York attorney.

Box 157

Elliot, Walter.

Box 314

Eight record albums of music score.

Box 156

Insurance.

Box 156

Zagon, Aaron & Schiff.

Box 156

United Artists--Correspondence.

Box 156

Sale--Correspondence re. MW.

Box 161

Shooting schedule - Pre-production & Plates, April 5, 1962.

Box 161

Shooting schedule, October 1, 1962.

Box 296

William Morris Incorporated--United Artists Corporation.

Box 331

Publishers' Award Plaque for Mad, Mad World, 1964.

Box 161

Revised shooting schedule to finish: August 21, 1962-November 6, 1962.

Box 157

Film Effects of Hollywood, Incorporated.

Box 367

Film effects contact - sets.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 367

Press clippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 157

Editorial.

 

Scripts

Box 157

1. First draft screenplay - Something a little less serious (2).

Box 158

1a. First draft screenplay. Something a little less serious (1).

Box 158

2. Second draft.

Box 158

3. Script (two parts), November 9, 1962.

Box 159

4. Script.

Physical Description: (two parts)
Box 159

5. Script.

Box 159

6. Continuity.

 

7. Combined continuity.

Additional Note

Missing - not received.
Box 160

8. Cutting continuity (2).

Box 160

9. Dialogue continuity (3).

Box 160

10. S. Kramer personal scripts, numbered 1 and 3.

 

Judgement at Nuremberg, 1961.

Box 35

First draft screenplay, 1960.

Box 35

Final draft screenplay, January 9, 1961.

Box 35

Final draft screenplay, revised, July 7, 1961.

Box 246

Abby Mann re Broadway Play - General Correspondence (folder).

Box 244

Script, (2). January 9, 1961

Box 246

Script. Revised final. July 7, 1961.

Box 245

Revised final, July 7, 1961.

Box 245

Final Complete (I. Volkman's).

Box 246

Cutting Continuity (4).

Box 299, Folder 2

Stills

Physical Description: 19 pieces.
Box 309

Stills in red leather book (13).

Box 35

Parchment from Donatello - cinematography.

Box 35

Cutting continuity and dialogue continuity files.

Box 245

Dialogue Continuity (6).

Box 35

Saturday Review magazine, December 2, 1961.

Box 246

Music Cue Sheets.

Box 285

Clips.

Box 36

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Credits).

Box 37

Production files (M.P.P.A. - Music).

Box 38

Production files (Music - Publicity).

Box 39

Production files (Shooting schedules).

Box 40

Judgement at Nuremberg, paperback book.

Box 40

Preview (audience) cards.

Box 40

Story outline by Abby Mann, original typescript.

Box 40

First draft screenplay by Abby Mann, original typescript, annotated.

Box 40

Second draft screenplay by Abby Mann, original typescript.

Box 40

Publicity posters.

Box 246

United Artists Corporation (Roxlom) - Financing & Distribution Agreement (folder).

Box 41 - 46

2090 production stills, various sizes.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 309, 310, 311, 341, 356.
Folder 2

Judgment - [Proposed file & outline of trials, ]. April 1973

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 369, Folder 1

Judgment - trials research.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Framed address of Mayor Willy Brandt, premiere. 1961

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 310

Recorded interviews on three records.

Box 109

Sale of Judgement at Nuremberg and The Defiant Ones.

Additional Note

See also: Box 367.
Box 131

Press Book

Box 35

Folder of awards.

Box 309

Screen Directors' Guild plaque for nomination for Best Director and medal for award for Best Director.

Box 309

I.C.C. plaque for Premio al Merito Cinematografico Best Foreign picture, , in velvet case. 1962

Box 309

Screen Producers' Guild nomination for Best Production award.

Box 341

National Conference of Christians and Jews Award.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 309

Academy Award plaque for nomination for Best Director.

Box 356

Hollywood Foreign Press Award, 1961.

Physical Description: 3 certificates.
Box 309

Academy Award plaque for nomination for Best Motion Picture, (2) 1961

Box 328

Scholastic Magazine award for Judgement at Nuremberg.

Box 309

Paperweight: National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1962.

Box 357

Scrapbook of stills, World Premiere, Berlin, 1961.

Box 342

Music sketches and lead sheets.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 311

Photocopy of music score.

Box 311

Lyric sheets and music timing and notes.

Box 310

Photocopy of music score.

Box 311

4 phonograph records.

Box 309

Cigar and cigarette box from the cast and crew, 1961.

Box 285

Script--Final tape draft: April 5, 1974.

Box 285

Script--Amended first draft: November 7, 1973.

Box 285

Script--Final tape draft: As broadcast. April 5, 1974.

Box 285

Script--Final tape draft: Annotated. April 5, 1974.

Box 285

Script--First tape draft: Annotated. February 28, 1974.

Box 341

Press clippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Judgement: The Trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

Folder 2

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - first draft - annotated copy.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 370, Folder 1

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - first draft (another copy).

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 3

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - second draft, December 11, 1973.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 8

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - Kramer copy - fina tape draft: ]. January 17, 1973 [1974

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 6

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - tape & block schedule.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 7

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - screenplay by Harry Kleiner - first draft: October 26, 1973.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 8

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - screenplay by Harry Kleiner - first draft: [director's copy]. October 26, 1973

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 6

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell - trials research

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 4

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell - research, September 1973.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 4

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - first tape draft, December 17, 1973.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 5

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell Trial - final tape draft, ]. January 17, 1973 [1974

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 7

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell trial - Kramer copy of first tape draft - annotated [from binder].

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 5

Judgment - Rosenberg & Sobell - New York Times research.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Judgment: The Court Martial of the Tiger of Malaya - General Yamashita

Folder 3

Judgment - Yamashita - New York Times research.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 285

Script--First draft: Screenplay by Norman Corwin. October 26, 1973.

Box 285

The Court Martial of General Yamashita, (Various revisions).

Box 285

The Court Martial of General Yamashita, (List of witnesses not included in First draft).

Box 285

Judgment: The Court Martial of General Yamashita, (General revisions).

 

Scripts

Box 161

1. Calley original.

Box 162

2. S. Kramer's original script.

Box 162

3. Lt. Calley, By John Sack. June 24, 1971.

Box 162

4. Second draft: July 2, 1974.

Box 162

5. Second draft: July 2, 1974.

Box 162

6. Final tape draft: August 13, 1974.

Box 162

7. Revised script, n.d.

Box 163

8. As Broadcast script, January 12, 1975.

Box 163

9. First draft. Henry Denker. (2). November 1, 1973

 

Miscellany

Box 354

1. Poster.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 176

2. Clips--Lt. Calley.

Box 176

3. Manuscript (John Sack's).

Box 176

4. New York Times news articles, bound.

 

Transcripts (Calley vs. U.S. Army).

Box 163

1. vol. 1, Book 1 (2).

Box 164

2. vol. 1, Book 2 (2).

Box 164

3. vol. 1, Book 3.

Physical Description: (approximately 700 pp.)
Box 164

4. vol. 1, Book 4.

Box 165

5. vol. 2, Book 1: Index (2).

Box 165

6. vol. 3, Book 1: pp. 1-527 (2).

Box 166

7. vol. 3, Book 2: pp. 528-917 (2).

Box 166

8. vol. 3, Book 3: pp. 918-1073.

Box 167

9. vol. 3, Book 3: pp. 918-1342.

Box 167

10. vol. 3, Book 3: pp. 1074-1342.

Box 167

11. vol. 3, Book 4: pp. 1343-1783.

Box 168

12. vol. 3, Book 4: pp. 1369-1805.

Box 168

13. vol. 3, Book 4: pp. 1343-1793.

Box 168

14. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 1794-2305.

Box 169

15. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 1806-1913.

Box 169

16. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 1914-1990.

Box 169

17. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 1991-2067.

Box 169

18. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 2068-2220.

Box 169

19. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 2069-2131.

Box 169

20. vol. 3, Book 5: pp. 2221-2305.

Box 169

21. vol. 3, Book 6: pp. 2306-2793.

Box 169

22. vol. 3, Book 6: pp. 2306-2793. Incomplete.

Box 170

23. vol. 3, Book 6: pp. 2328-2590.

Box 170

24. vol. 3, Book 6: pp. 2591-2783.

Box 170

25. vol. 3, Book 7: pp. 2794-3151.

Box 170

26. vol. 3, Book 7: pp. 2804-2844.

Box 170

27. vol. 3, Book 7: pp. 2794-3099.

Box 171

28. vol. 3, Book 7: pp. 2845-3569.

Box 171

29. vol. 3, Book 8: pp. 3152-3753.

Box 171

30. vol. 3, Book 8: pp. 3162-3266.

Box 171

31. vol. 3, Book 8: pp. 3267-3454.

Box 172

32. vol. 3, Book 8: pp. 3455-3752.

Box 172

33. vol. 3, Book 9: pp. 3754-4002.

Box 172

34. vol. 3, Book 9: pp. 3754-4257.

Box 173

35. vol. 3, Book 9: pp. 4004-4216.

Box 173

36. vol. 3, Book 9: pp. 4217-4257.

Box 173

37. vol. 3, Book 10: pp. 4258-4517.

Box 173

38. vol. 3, Book 10: pp. 4475-4590.

Box 173

39. vol. 3, Book 10: pp. 4258-4699.

Box 174

40. vol. 3, Book 10: pp. 4591-4699.

Box 174

41. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 4700-5079.

Box 174

42. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 4700-4776.

Box 174

43. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 4777-4884.

Box 174

44. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 4885-4956.

Box 174

45. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 4857-5042.

Box 174

46. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 5043-5079 (2).

Box 175

48. vol. 3, Book 11: pp. 331-1031. Exhibits included.

 

Folders

Box 161

1. Wolper Prod.

Box 161

2. Calley (2).

Box 161

3. Cast Lists.

Box 161

4. Revisions--General.

 

Member of the Wedding, 1952.

Box 5

Final shooting script.

Box 299, Folder 9

First estimating draft by Edward and Edna Anhalt. May 9, 1952.

Box 296

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by Edward and Edna Anhalt. May 26, 1952.

Box 5

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 5

Folder of awards.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Julie Harris).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

The Men, 1950.

Box 1

Final shooting script.

Box 1

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 246

Script. Carl Foreman.

Box 246

Cutting and dialogue continuity.

Box 372, Folder 7

30 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 9

10 Storyboards.

Box 372, Folder 8

30 Storyboards.

Box 1

Folder of awards.

Box 2

235 stills, 8" × 1C.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 301, 357.
 

Veterans of Foreign Wars Award, 1950.

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 357

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Marlon Brando).

Box 301

National Rehabilitation Association Plaque, 1950-51.

Box 123

Varsity magazine plaque for The Men, 1950.

 

My Glorious Brothers (not produced).

Box 103

Three drafts, original typescript, heavily annotated throughout by Ned Young and Harold Smith, 150 pages holograph by Ned Young.

Box 296

Script--Adaptation by Howard Fast, March 14, 1958.

Box 296

Script--First draft screenplay, March 1966.

Box 297

Script. Screenplay by Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith. From the novel by Howard Fast.

Box 104

First draft, annotated by Young and Smith, January 14, 1960.

Box 104

First draft, revised, annotated by Young and Smith, April 25, 1960.

Box 104

First draft, further revised, annotated by Young and Smith, 1960.

Box 104

First draft, heavily annotated by Smith, 1960.

Box 105

Second draft, annotated by Young and Smith, July 15, 1960.

Box 105

Second draft, further revised, in orange cover, annotated by Young and Smith, 1960.

Box 105

Third draft, annotated by Young and Smith, January 19, 1961.

Box 105

Third, draft, revised, annotated by Young and Smith, February 2, 1961.

Box 352, 353, 354

100 original wardrobe sketches,

Physical Description: 10 × 13½, by Renie.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 254

My Glorious Brothers--General Correspondence.

Box 106

Miscellaneous revisions and work sheets.

Box 107

53 original wardrobe sketches by Renie, 10½ × 13½.

Box 107

Sample fabric swatches.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 352, 353, 354.
 

My Six Convicts, 1952.

Box 4

Final shooting script.

Box 4

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 4

Folder of awards.

Box 299, Folder 8

My Six Convicts. Script. Final draft by Michael Blankfort. September 10, 1951.

Box 247

Script. Michael Blankfort. September 10, 1951.

Box 247

Dialogue Continuity.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph.

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 374, Folder 11

29 Storyboards.

Box 374, Folder 10

35 Storyboards.

 

Not as a Stranger, 1955.

Box 9

Final shooting script, including all changes.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Frank Sinatra).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 247

Script, (2). September 2, 1954

Box 247

Cutting and dialogue continuity.

Box 9

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 9

230 production stills, 8 × 10.

Box 10

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Music and songs).

Box 11

Production files (Negative cost - United Artists).

Box 378, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 9

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 8

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 7

27 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 3

34 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 377, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 10

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 9

10 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 8

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 4

25 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 3

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 376, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 9

35 Storyboards.

Box 375, Folder 8

3 Photographs

 

Oklahoma Crude

Box 177

Actors & Agents.

Box 177

Call Sheets.

Box 177

Columbia Pictures Correspondence.

Box 177

Comment, Congrats, Quotes etc.

Box 177

Crank letters.

Box 177

Daily Production Reports.

Box 177

Day out of Days Schedule.

Box 177

Dunaway, Faye (Contract).

Box 177

Editorial.

 

Tape

Box 192

1. Roll 2A.

 

Film (Television clips) Sent to Film Archive, UCLA, Theatre Arts Department.

Box 192

2. T. Kratochuil July 16, 1973.

Box 192

3. Send a little love my way. (2)

Box 192

4. Five-minute feature with S. Kramer, Faye Dunaway & G.C. Scott.

Box 192

5. Chuck Walsh review, August 1, 1973.

Box 192

6. Five-minute featurettes.

Box 193

7. Radio interview with S. Kramer--San Francisco.

Box 193

8. Unmarked.

 

Scripts

Box 187

1. First draft: January 11, 1972.

Box 187

2. First draft: January 11, 1972.

Box 187

3. First draft,

Physical Description: 152 pp. standard format.
Box 188

4. Final draft: , with S. Kramer notations. June 1, 1972

Box 188

5. Final draft: , with S. Kramer notations. June 1, 1972

Box 188

6. Final draft: , with S. Kramer notations. July 31, 1972

Box 188

7. Revised script, August 23, 1972.

Box 188

8. Continuities, combined (Cutting & Dialogue).

Box 188

9. Incomplete revisions (Production #8246) outtakes.

Box 189

10. Production script with notations.

Box 189

11. Personal S. Kramer script.

Additional Note

NOTE: See Miscellany.
Box 194

Retyped--one copy for S. Kramer, April 26, 1972.

Box 193

Outtakes from S. Kramer's script.

Box 194

Pages deleted from original script.

 

Slides

Physical Description: (2 trays)
Box 189

1. Maria Cosindas--Special Photographer.

Physical Description: 2 trays, ca. 200 pieces.
Box 189

2. Productions slides--envelope 23.

Box 193

Marc Norman--Novelization manuscript.

Physical Description: 235 leaves, First draft.
Box 194

Audience reactions cards.

Physical Description: (approximately 300)
Box 194

Press book.

Physical Description: (2 Folders)
Box 194

Cast/crew.

Box 194

Press visiting location.

Box 194

Reviews.

Box 357

Costume designs for Faye Dunaway by Bill Thomas. (9).

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 194

Costume descriptions & pictures.

Box 193

Oklahoma Crude (record).

 

Production notes

Physical Description: 6 packets.

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 194

Photocopied articles on Oklahoma Crude.

Box 355

Contact prints, 1 - 2315 and 2316 - 4390.

 

Production Board Picture Negatives (accordion folder).

Additional Note

missing - not received
Folder 6

Oklahoma Crude - cutting & dialogue.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 297

1. Script--First draft: Screenplay by Marc Norman. January 11, 1972.

 

On the Beach, 1959.

Box 20

First draft screenplay, heavily annotated by Stanley Kramer.

Box 20

First draft screenplay revised.

Box 247

Revised script, (2). December 8, 1958

Box 249

Continuity

Box 249

Cutting continuity (4).

Box 249

Cutting and dialogue continuity.

Box 249

Script December 8, 1958

Box 248

Revised Script December 8, 1958

Box 20

Draft of script from France by John Paxton, original typescript.

Box 20

Folder of awards.

Box 299, Folder 3

Stills

Physical Description: 15 pieces.
Box 305

Stills, 11 × 14. (112) in two albums.

Box 340

Music sketches.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 338

Model submarine, The Nautilus (damaged).

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 21

230 production stills.

Box 22

230 production stills.

Box 23

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Clearances).

Box 24

Production files (Comments - M.P.P.A.).

Box 25

Production files (Music cue sheets - Publicity).

Box 26

Production files (Riverside International Raceway - Zagon).

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 305, 306, 307, 338, 340, 357.
Box 121

Limelight award plaques for On the Beach, , and Inherit the Wind. 1960

Physical Description: Two items.
Box 305

Page One Award plaque, , in case. April 1, 1960

Box 305

Medal, Montevideo, Uruguay, April 1960.

Box 305

Screen Producers Guild nomination for Best Production, , framed. 1959

Box 357

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Gregory Peck).

Box 305

16 mm print of the press conference at the Premier Chinese Theatre, December 17, 1959.

Box 305

Framed matchbook from Yacht Club, Australia.

Box 305

Sterling silver cigarette box from crew, Melbourne, Australia.

Box 382, Folder 8

14 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 3

41 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 2

42 Storyboards.

Box 382, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 9

35 Storyboards.

Box 122

Port of Trinidad, Spain, silver plaque for On the Beach, 1960.

Box 330

La Hova Finne Trophy for On the Beach, 1960.

 

Pressure Point, 1962.

Box 47

First draft teleplay by Dr. Robert Lindner, adapted for television by S. Lee Pogostin. Originally titled Destiny's Tot.

Box 47

First draft revised teleplay by S. Lee Pogostin.

Box 47

Final draft revised teleplay by S. Lee Pogostin.

Box 250

First draft - working title.

Box 250

Script, (2). n. d

Box 250

Dialogue Continuity.

Box 250

Cutting continuity.

Box 250

Final draft: September 13, 1961.

Box 47

Story notes for screenplay by Hubert Cornfield, July 28, 1961 and August 31, 1962.

Box 47

First draft screenplay by Hubert Cornfield.

Box 47

First draft revised by Hubert Cornfield.

Box 47

First draft screenplay by Stanley Kramer, original typescript, annotated.

Box 47

Final draft screenplay by Stanley Kramer.

Box 48

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Continuities).

Box 49

Production files (M.P.P.A. - Wardrobe).

Box 50

Music cue sheets.

Box 343, 344

Complete music score.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 50

Cutting and dialogue continuities.

Box 51

Cutting and dialogue continuities.

Box 52, 53

925 production stills, 8 × 10.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 343, 344.
Box 131

Press Book

 

The Pride and the Passion, 1957.

Box 12

Piano score.

Box 12

Music cue sheets and final dubbing.

Box 302

Microgroove recording of Antheil's theme conducted by Ernest Gold.

Box 13

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Dialogue continuity).

Box 14

Production files (El Escorial - Publicity).

Box 15

Production files (Sinatra, Frank - Wardrobe).

Box 16

Story outline.

Box 16

Second draft, shooting script.

Box 16

Final shooting script.

Box 16

Final shooting script, Spanish.

Box 16

Display photograph with Stanley Kramer.

Box 304

Screen Directors' Guild plaque for nomination for Best Director.

Box 16

Folder of awards.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 302, 303, 304, 337.
Box 304

Small model cannon.

Box 250

Second draft (2).

Box 251

S. Kramer personal script.

Box 251

Script in Spanish, Madrid Additional scenes shot in Hollywood. 1956 -

Box 251

Final draft. Additional scenes shot in Hollywood.

Box 121

The Pride and the Passion medal presented in Madrid, 1956.

Scope and Content

Parent Magazine Plaque.
Box 337

Scrapbook of newsclippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 304

Svenska Film Samfundet medallion, in case.

Box 302

Music.

Box 303

Production stills.

Physical Description: (350) in 8 albums.
Box 381, Folder 2

15 Storyboards.

Box 381, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 9

32 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 8

34 Storyboards, 5 pages describing shots.

Box 380, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 5

10 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 3

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 380, Folder 1

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 10

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 9

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 8

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 3

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 2

35 Storyboards.

Box 379, Folder 1

35 Storyboards, 4 pages describing shots.

Box 378, Folder 8

9 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 7

35 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 6

35 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 5

35 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 4

35 Storyboards.

Box 378, Folder 3

35 Storyboards.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Cary Grant).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 304

Model cannon.

 

RPM

Box 206

2. Music.

Box 334

1. Album. Music from RPM.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 297

1. Revised pages. With notations. n.d.

Box 297

2. Script. First rough draft. pp. 1-46.

Physical Description: Master sheets for photocopying.
Box 297

3. Script. Revised first draft: October 3, 1969.

Physical Description: (orange cover).
Box 297

4. Script. Revisions from script no. 1 and 2. Replaced by revisions dated October 16, 1969. October 17, 21 and 28.

Box 297

5. Script. Further revisions for `first draft' plus new pages up to end of picture. September 3, 1969.

Box 297

6. Script. Second rough draft. pp. 1-27. With notations.

Box 298

7. Script. pp. 1-25. August 27, 1969.

Physical Description: 3 copies.
Box 298

8. Script. Revisions for revised first draft: October 13-28, 1969.

Box 298

9. Script. pp. 1-71. October 3, 1969.

 

Stills

Box 206

1. Key set stills-- RPM.

 

2. Eight cards with stills of location.

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 298

10. Script. pp. 1-128. Revisions. October 1969.

Box 298

11. Script. pp. 72-105. With revisions. ca. October 1969.

 

Folders

Box 195

1. Segal, Erich (Plays, Incorporated writer)--Contract.

Box 195

2. Serling, Rod (Finger Lokes Production, Incorporated)--Contract.

Box 195

3. Set Continuity Lists.

Box 195

4. Suski, George (Campus Media, Incorporated), New York.

Box 195

5. Theatre Openings.

Box 195

6. Title Designers.

Box 195

7. University of the Pacific--Contract.

Box 195

8. Volkman, Ivan (Production Manager)--Correspondence.

Box 195

9. Wardrobe plot.

Box 195

10. Zagon, Schiff, Hirsch & Levine--Correspondence.

Box 195

11. Music - Barry DeVorzon (Songwriter), Perry Botkin, Jr. (Composer)--Contract.

Box 195

12. Music Cue Sheet.

Box 195

13. Music--Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 195

14. Music--Soundtrack Album--Bell Records.

Box 195

15. Music--Songs--Melanie--Contract (Lyrics & Songs).

Box 195

16. Music--Song--Rudy Vallee.

Box 195

17. Publicity--Advertisements.

Box 195

18. Publicity--Beck, Myer Pages--Correspondence.

Box 195

19. Publicity--Glass, George--Correspondence.

Box 195

20. Publicity--Press Conference.

Box 195

21. Quinn, Anthony--Contract.

Box 195

22. Credits--Main Title & Advertising.

Box 195

23. Correspondence.

Box 195

24. Mailings (Permanent Record).

Box 195

25. Key Set Photos (Correspondence).

Box 196

26. Location Travel Arrangements.

Box 196

27. Photo Captions.

Box 196

28. Playdates.

Box 196

29. Premiere.

Box 196

30. Photo Coverage (Photographers).

Box 196

31. Photo Orders.

Box 196

32. Previews.

Box 196

33. Production Notes.

Box 196

34. Progress Reports.

Box 196

35. Release.

Box 196

36. Reviews (2).

Box 196

37. Promo - Radio / Television.

Box 196

38. Promotion--Miscellaneous.

Box 196

39. Promotion--Television Documentary.

Box 196

40. Bob Yeager Copy.

Box 197

41. Newspaper Clips.

Box 197

42. Magazine Clips (Trade Clips).

Box 197

42a. Trade clips.

Box 197

43. Release Date.

Box 197

44. Research (2).

Box 198

44a. Research (1).

Box 198

45. Screening.

Box 198

46. Crank Letters.

Box 198

47. Actors and Agents.

Box 198

48. Ann-Margaret--Contract.

Box 198

49. Actors--Day Player--ContractS.

Box 198

50. Actors--Weekly Contracts.

Box 198

51. Actors--Daily & Weekly--Stunt Men.

Box 198

52. Box Office Receipts.

Box 198

53. Brockman, Colin.

Box 198

54. Budget--Cost Reports--Pre-production & Production Costs.

Box 198

55. Budget--Estimated Detail.

Box 198

56. Cast & Crew Lists.

Box 198

57. Claim - Gary Rossiter vs. Columbia Pictures & S. Kramer.

Box 198

58. Clatworthy, Bob (Production Designer)--Contract.

Box 198

59. Columbia Pictures--Correspondence.

Box 198

60. Comments, Congratulations, Quotes, etc.

Box 198

61. Crew--Salary Agreements--Key Personnel.

Box 199

62. Editorial.

Box 199

63. Ferguson, Robert (Vice President of Advertising, Publicity & Expl.)--Correspondence.

Box 199

64. Gordon, Billy (Casting Department).

Box 199

65. Hotel lists.

Box 199

66. Hugo, Michael (cameraman)--Contract.

Box 199

67. Jaffe, Leo--Correspondence.

Box 199

68. Kramer, Stanley & Earl - Los Angeles County Health Department Notice.

Box 199

69. MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Box 199

70. Synopsis.

Box 199

71. Book Novelization.

Box 199

72. Advertisements.

Box 199

73. Billing.

Box 199

74. Lockwood, Gary (Rossiter).

Box 131

R. P. M. Featurette -- from Jack Atlas Columbia Pictures Hollywood Trailer Dept.

Physical Description: 16mm color film
 

Scripts

Box 199

1. First draft: September 2, 1969.

Box 199

2. First draft: With notations. September 2, 1969.

 

3. First draft: pp. 1-87. September 2, 1969.

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 199

4. First draft: pp. 1-93. September 2, 1969.

Box 200

5. Revised first draft: October 3, 1969.

Box 200

6. Fifth draft: Screenplay by Rod Serling (2). July 18, 1969.

Box 200

7. Script: October 19.

Box 200

8. Final draft: Screenplay by Erich Segal. As shot (3). November 3, 1969.

Box 200

9. Final draft: Screenplay by Erich Segal (2). November 3, 1969.

Box 201

10. Final draft: As shot. Screenplay by Erich Segal (3). November 3, 1969.

Box 201

11. Final draft: Close to as shot but not perfect. no. 152, 6, 153, 148, 158 (5). November 3, 1969.

Box 202

12. Final draft: Screenplay by Erich Segal. no. 80, 138, 133, 2 (4). November 3, 1969.

Box 202

13. Final draft: no. 73. November 3, 1969.

Box 202

14. Final draft: no. 70. November 20, 1969.

Box 202

15. Final draft. Screenplay by Erich Segal. Stanley Kramer's script. As shot. S. Kramer script editing. November 3, 1969.

Box 202

16. Final draft: Screenplay by Erich Segal. no. 157. With added lines by Gary Lockwood. November 3, 1969.

Box 203

17. Final draft: As shot. Screenplay by Erich Segal. November 3, 1969.

Box 203

18. Final draft: S. Kramer personal shooting script. With notations. Screenplay by Erich Segal. November 3, 1969.

Box 203

19. Script revisions. , n.p. v.d.

Physical Description: Approximately 200 leaves,
Box 203

20. Script revisions. , n.p. v.d.

Physical Description: Approximately 200 leaves,
Box 203

21. Discards. ,n.p. v.d.

Physical Description: Approximately 250 leaves,
Box 204

22. Script. pp. 3-93.

Box 204

23. Second/final draft: pp. [1] - 128. With notations. November 3, 1969.

Box 204

24. Final draft: As shot. S. Kramer script. November 3, 1969.

Box 204

25. Script. With notations. n.d.

Box 204

26. Script.revisions. With holograph notations. November 17, 1969.

 

27. Combined continuities (4).

Box 205

28. Combined continuities (5).

Box 205

29. Continuities combined (2).

 

Runner Stumbles

Box 362

Cinema Circulus Achievement Award presented to Stanley Kramer on the occasions of his 35th film, The Runner Stumbles. Division of Cinema/Television, University of Southern California, Laminated plaque. 9 November 1979.

Physical Description: 30.5 × 36.5 cm.

Additional Note

Addition, September 1984.
Box 383, Folder 3

12 Storyboards.

Box 383, Folder 5

19 Storyboards.

Box 383, Folder 4

17 Storyboards.

 

Secret of Santa Vittoria

Box 131

16mm master footage. No sound.

Box 330

Foreign Press Award for The Secret of Santa Vittoria, 1969.

Box 298

Envelope containing photographs (8) and color transparencies (11) of Stanley Kramer.

 

Caricature by Sante Barelli, 25 × 30, oil.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

Grazi Rotunno oil painting, 19 × 25, 1968.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

Tavoluaris montage.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

3 rolls of sketches.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

Adamo Vaticano oil painting, 13 × 16.

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

Scripts

Box 219

1. First rough draft (pp. 1-199).

Box 219

2. First draft (pp. 1-199) with S. Kramer notations.

Box 220

3. First draft: (6). April 9, 1968

Box 221

4. Script, (3). April 18, 1968

Box 221

5. Final, (1). April 18, 1968

Box 221

6. Exact Shooting Script (3).

Box 222

7. Exact final shooting script (before retyping).

Box 222

8. Exact final shooting script (after retyping).

Box 222

9. S. Kramer's shooting script.

Box 222

10. Continuity Combined (2).

Box 223

11. Combined continuity. (5). September 23, 1969

Box 224

12. Combined continuity, (6). September 23, 1969

Box 224

13. Script (2) April 18, 1968.

Box 225

14. Script, 8 parts (in Italian).

Box 225

15. First draft. Ben Maddow.

Physical Description: From blue cover.
Box 225

16. First draft. Bill Rose.

Physical Description: Old script typed.
Box 225

17. Replacement from yellow draft. Ben Maddow.

Box 298

Script. Screenplay by William (?) and Ron Maddow. April 18, 1968.

Physical Description: Bound copy with notations.
 

Stills

Box Boxes 226-228.

1. Production stills

Physical Description: Approximately 1400.
 

Tapes

Box 229

1. Quinn Tape #1, #2 & #3.

Box 229

2. Radio Commercial (Cinzano).

Box 229

3. Interviews of major actors in Secret. (4)

 

Miscellany

Box 358

1. Scores (2).

Box 230

2. Stack of postcards (Location). (36)

Box 230

3. Audience Reaction cards

Physical Description: Approximately 500.
Box 230

4. Sample Invites and Tickets--Previews.

Box 334

5. Stereo album--original score (2).

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

6. Clippings, newspaper (1).

Box 231

6a. Clippings, newspaper (1).

Box 232

7. Clippings, Foreign, Trade, Magazine.

Box 232

8. Press Kit.

Box 232

9. Proofs. World premiere--Village Theatre, Westwood. October 17, 1969.

Box 232

10. Il Segreto di Santa Vittoria. di Robert Crichton.

Scope and Contents note

Translation by Ugo Carrega. With correspondence.
 

Folders

Box 206

1. Awards, Academy Nominations etc.

Box 206

2. Audley, Michael (Dialogue Director).

Box 206

3. Assets Recoverable.

Box 206

4. Anticoli Corrado, Italy (Location).

Box 206

5. Actors Hirec in Europe (ContractS).

Box 206

6. Budget--Estimated Detail.

Box 206

7. Budget--Cost Reports & Trial Balances.

Box 207

8. Box Office Receipts.

Box 207

9. Beck, Myer Pages--Correspondence, Sales, etc.

Box 207

10. Beck, Myer Pages (Sales Representative)--Agreement.

Box 207

11. Programs.

Box 207

12. Production Notes.

 

13. Chuck Painter (Personal Data & Instructions).

Additional Note

missing - not received
Box 207

14. Los Angeles Premiere.

Box 207

15. Jerry Pam & Associates.

Box 207

16. Premieres / Previews--Correspondence.

Box 208

17. Preview Lists.

Box 208

18. Press Junkets.

Box 208

19. Promotion--Miscellaneous Projects.

Box 208

20. Pages A. Tours.

Box 208

21. Television & Radio Promotion (2).

Box 208

22. Book Promotion & Sales.

Box 209

23. Promotion (Cinzano) thru December 31, 1968.

Box 209

24. Promotion (Cinzano) from January 1, 1969.

Box 209

25. Photographers & Photo Coverage.

Box 209

26. Los Angeles Premiere Meetings.

Box 209

27. Press Lists.

Box 209

28. Press Conferences.

Box 209

29. Photo Orders.

Box 209

30. Photos--Key Set Correspondence.

Box 209

31. Shooting Schedule.

Box 209

32. United Artists Corporation--Financing & Distribution Agreement.

Box 209

33. Editorial.

Box 210

34. Dubbing - Foreign.

Box 210

35. Dragon, Carmen.

Box 210

36. Distribution Statements, monthly from UA.

Box 210

37. Directors Guild of America.

Box 210

38. de Rossi, Alberto (make-up man).

Box 210

39. De Laurentiis, Dino.

Box 210

40. Day out of Days.

Box 210

41. DeFilippo, Eduardo.

Box 210

42. Daily Production Reports (2).

Box 210

43. Crichton, Robert (author)--Correspondence.

Box 210

44. Crichton, Robert (author)--agreement.

Box 210

45. Crew--Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Box 210

46. Credits--Main Title & Advertising.

Box 210

47. Comments, Congrats, Quotes, etc.

Box 210

48. Clatworthy, Robert (Production Designer).

Box 210

49. Claims - Gabriella Nardi & M. Coccioletti.

Box 210

50. Credits--Conflict (Joe King).

Box 211

51. Cinzano Vermouth.

Box 211

52. Cinecitta Studios.

Box 211

53. Chemical Bank New York Trust Company (Loan).

Box 211

54. Cast & Crew Lists.

Box 211

55. Casting Director - Rome (Anna Grisi).

Box 211

56. Call Sheets (2).

Box 211

57. Butler - Glouner Incorporated (Main Title Credits) Correspondence.

Box 211

58. Lisi, Virna (Contract).

Box 211

59. Lee, Danny (Special Effects).

Box 211

60. La Bella, Joe (Prop. Man).

Box 211

61. Kruger, Hardy (Contract).

Box 211

62. Kramer, Stanley--Expense Accounts.

Box 211

63. Kramer, Stanley--Correspondence.

Box 211

64. Kramer, Stanley--Villas.

Box 211

65. Kramer, Karen--Correspondence.

Box 211

66. Kramer, Earl.

Box 212

67. King, Joe (Costumer).

Box 212

68. Insurance & Claims.

Box 212

69. Hacker & Company, Samuel (New York).

Box 212

70. Gosnell, Ray (1st Assistant Director).

Box 212

71. Gold, Earnest (Composer) Contract.

Box 212

72. Gifts, Thank You letters from Rome (Cast & Crew).

Box 212

73. Giannini, Giancarlo--Contract.

Box 212

74. Franchi, Sergio--Contract.

Box 212

75. Film Effects of Hollywood.

Box 212

76. Festival--San Francisco, October 22, 1969.

Box 212

77. Reviews.

Box 212

78. Releases--#1.

Box 212

79. Releases--#2.

Box 212

79a. Releases--#3.

Box 213

80. Releases--Features, Column Items.

Box 213

81. Releases--UA.

Box 213

82. Releases--dates.

Box 213

83. Synopsis.

Box 213

84. Trailers.

Box 213

85. United Artists Publicity Manual.

Box 213

86. San Francisco Film Festival.

Box 213

87. Roy Newquist Project.

Box 213

88. Music.

Box 213

89. Magazine Coverage.

Box 213

90. Mailings, Correspondence--Lists.

Box 214

91. Mailings, Perm, Record.

Box 214

92. Machiavelli quotes.

Box 214

93. Locations.

Box 214

94. Grosses.

Box 214

95. Film Clips.

Box 214

96. Expenses--Italian Publicity Office.

Box 214

97. Robert Crichton--Italian Assignment.

Box 214

98. Correspondence--Miscellaneous (2).

Box 214

99. Cast & Crew.

Box 214

100. Budgets.

Box 214

101. Billing.

Box 215

102. Billboards.

Box 215

103. Advertisements.

Box 215

104. Academy Awards, 1969-1970.

Box 215

105. Academy Awards and Golden Globe, (accordion folder). 1969-1970

Box 216

106. Screenings.

Box 216

107. Seattle Opera Association.

Box 216

108. Zagon, Schiff, Hirsch & Levine (correspondence).

Box 216

109. Wyman, Don (Location Auditor).

Box 216

110. Werner, Oskar--Contract.

Box 216

111. Publicity--Campaign Outline.

Box 216

112. Publicity--Appearances. Television, radio, personal and telephone interviews.

Box 216

113. Programs & Invitations.

Box 216

114. Production Notes--Synopsis etc.

Box 216

115. Preview--Sneak (San Diego).

Box 216

116. Premiere, Los Angeles.

Box 216

117. Premiere--Correspondence.

Box 216

118. Panavision--Rome--Agreement).

Box 216

119. Newquist, Roy (Freelance Writer).

Box 216

120. Negative--Technicolor--Rome.

Box 216

121. Negative--Technicolor--Hollywood.

Box 216

122. Publicity--Advertisements.

Box 216

123. Negative--Technicolor--London.

Box 216

124. Negative--Correspondence.

Box 216

125. Music Spotting Notes.

Box 216

126. Music--Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Box 216

127. Music--Song, O Sole Mio.

Box 216

128. Music--Conflict.

Box 216

129. Music--Song, Ziggo Ziggo.

Box 216

130. Music--Song from Santa Vittoria.

Box 216

131. Music--Song, Tzigo Tzigo.

Box 217

132. Music--Song, Stay.

Box 217

133. Music--Song, Giovanezza.

Box 217

134. Music--Song, Bella Bimba.

Box 217

135. Music--Cue Sheet.

Box 217

136. Music--Bob Tracy Music Cutter File.

Box 217

137. MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Box 217

138. Morris Org. SPA.

Box 217

139. Magnani, Anna (Contract).

Box 217

140. Locations.

Box 217

141. Maddow, Ben (writer)--Contract.

Box 217

142. Volkman, Ivan--Production Manager.

Box 217

143. United Artists Corporation--Contractual Delivery Requirements.

Box 217

144. United Artists Corporation--Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Box 217

145. Television Featurettes.

Box 217

146. Theatre Openings.

Box 217

147. Technicians--Italy.

Box 217

148. Synopsis.

Box 217

149. Speeches (S. Kramer).

Box 217

150. Simon & Schuster--Publisher (correspondence).

Box 218

151. Simon & Schuster - Publisher (Advertising).

Box 218

152. Schlom, Marshall (Script Supervisor).

Box 218

153. Salaries--Italian crew.

Box 218

154. Rotunno, Pepe (cameraman) Contract.

Box 218

155. Rose, William (writer) Contract.

Box 218

156. Reviews--Book.

Box 218

157. Research.

Box 218

158. Rascel, Renato (Contract).

Box 218

159. Quinn, Anthony (Contract).

Box 218

159a. Publicity.

Box 218

160. Publicity--United Artists--Correspondence.

Box 218

161. Publicity--Miscellaneous from G. Glass (Rome).

Box 218

162. Publicity--Tie-ups--Commercials.

Box 218

163. Publicity--Sumner, Gabe--Correspondence.

Box 218

164. Publicity--Spot Announcements.

Box 218

165. Publicity--Press Releases.

Box 218

166. Publicity--Press Correspondence.

Box 218

167. Publicity--Pre-production and production budgets.

Box 218

168. Publicity--News Clippings.

Box 218

169. Publicity--Italian.

Box 219

170. Publicity--Goldberg, Fred--Correspondence.

Box 219

171. Publicity--George Glass.

Box 219

172. Publicity--Foreign--General.

Box 219

173. Signed releases for Television Special.

Box 219

174. Stills, Captions.

Box 219

175. Rose, William (writer)--Correspondence.

Box 219

176. Publicity--United Artists release.

Box 219

177. Artists and artwork. Anticoli.

Box 123

Medallion given by the Mayor of Anticoli Corrado, Italy, for The Secret of Santa Vittoria.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 328-332, 339, 341, 356, 371.
 

Sheiks of Araby

Box 233

Movement Lists (Empty).

Box 233

MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).

Box 233

Kiliper, R. Smith.

Box 233

Cast & Crew Lists.

Box 233

15. Howard Borris.

Box 233

Budget--Estimated Detail.

Box 233

Actors & Agents.

 

Correspondence

Box 233

General Correspondence.

Box 233

Schiff, Hirsch & Levine--Correspondence.

Box 233

William Morris--Correspondence.

Box 233

Music--Miscellaneous Correspondence (Empty).

Box 233

Claim (Judy Belle and the Poorest Millionaire).

Box 233

#10497--Correspondence.

 

Contracts

Box 233

Paramount Pictures--Agreement.

Box 233

Universal.

Box 233

Sherman, Stanford--Contract.

 

Publicity

Box 233

Publicity Releases--Beck, Meyer Pages--Correspondence.

Box 233

Publicity Releases.

 

Scripts

Box 233

Draft B, It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World. (2).

Box 239

Work order for first draft.

Physical Description: Approximately 300 leaves.
Box 233

Script - Revised pages, July 14, 1975.

Box 233

First draft: July 28, 1975.

Box 234

First draft - obsolete, July 28, 1975.

Box 234

First revised draft - Revised pages, (with S. Kramer notes). December 15, 1975

Box 234

Revisions, (with S. Kramer notes). December 17, 1975

Box 234

First draft: (with S. Kramer notes). May 20, 1976

Box 234

Script - Frank Waldman.

Box 234

First revised draft: (Waldman). July 1, 1976

Box 234

Second revision, July 19, 1976.

Box 234

Second revision, July 28, 1976.

Box 234

Second revision. August 23, 1976.

Box 234

Third revision, September 13, 1976.

Box 235

First draft, revised with third and fourth revisions. and September 17, 1976 September 27, 1976.

Box 235

First draft, revised, (2). November 24, 1976

Box 235

First draft, revised, (2). December 1, 1976

Box 236

First draft, revised, (6). December 1, 1976

Box 237

Third revision.

Box 237

Revised pages - General (folder).

Box 237

Miscellaneous pages - approximately 200. From Sherman.

Box 237

File Copies (Sanford Sherman). (5) First revised draft: December 15, 1975.

Box 237

First draft: July 28, 1975.

Box 238

Various revised pages (SK) (accordion file).

Box 238

Pp. 30-51.

Box 238

Revised pages. Varied. Frank Waldman.

Box 238

File copy. Second revision, and fourth revision, March 11, 1976 September 26, 1976.

 

Ship of Fools, 1965.

Box 73

Final draft by Abby Mann.

Box 73

Magnetic sound track, Bosley Crother.

Box 73

Folder of awards.

Box 251

Revised shooting schedule, August 13, 1964.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 251

Horwitz, A1 - EXPENSES.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 251

Budget--ESTIMATED DETAIL.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 251

Budget--COST REPORTS.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 368, Folder 1

dialogue continuity

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Folder 2

cutting continuity

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 251

Script, final.

Box 251

Script. May 18, 1964.

Box 251

Comments, etc.

Physical Description: (folder)
Box 299, Folder 4

Stills

Physical Description: 1 piece.
Box 325

35 mm black and white print, credits only.

Box 325

Six transcription records.

Box 73

Production files (Actors' Contracts - Biographies).

Box 74

Production files (Call sheets - Music breakdown).

Box 75

Production files (Music titles - Proofs of Porter novel).

Box 76

Production files (Publicity - Zagon).

Box 77, 78

500 production stills, 8 × 10.

Additional Note

See also: Boxes 325, 367.
Box 111

Ship of Fools, spots one through five by Stan Freberg.

Physical Description: 2 tapes.
Box 332

Replica of a boat given by Spencer Tracy to Stanley Kramer for Ship of Fools.

Box 367

Press clippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 251

Agreement

Box 331

Stanley Warner Theatres Plaque for Ship of Fools, 1965.

Box 130

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Releases

Box 130

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Reviews

Box 130

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Schedules

Box 130

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. Tear Sheets

Box 130

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence. New York University

 

Tape Recordings

Box 110

Fund for the Republic press conference, one hour.

Box 110

Judgement at Nuremberg.

Box 110

Film Editors Seminar: interview of Stanley Kramer.

Box 110

Dateline, July 21, 1957.

Box 110

Mike Wallace interview.

Box 110

Laugh tracks on running for UCLA students, two parts, March 11, 1963.

Physical Description: 2 tapes.
Box 110

Hebrew. Israel.

Box 110

The Changing Face of Hollywood,

Physical Description: two parts. 2 tapes.
Box 111

On the Beach. Melbourne, Australia, radio station.

Box 111

RPM. Lecture by Stanley Kramer at the University of the Pacific, December 1969.

Box 111

United World Federation banquet, May 1, 1960.

Box 111

Whittinghill Show, November 11, 1963.

Box 111

ABC Academy show re Irving Thalberg Award to Stanley Kramer, April 9, 1962.

Physical Description: One tape and one record.
Box 111

Vivian Leigh Appreciation at USC, March 17, 1968.

Box 111

Dialogue between Professor Feinstein, UC Berkeley, and Stanley Kramer on Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, 1968.

Box 111

NYU Dinner, Plaza Hotel, New York City, December 4, 1968.

Box 111

Joel Spivak and Stanley Kramer, December 6, 1967.

Box 111

Dick Strout, Sidney Poitier and Katherine Hepburn, August 10, 1967.

Box 111

Press conference: English Teachers' Seminar, March 2, 1968.

Box 111

The Secret of Santa Vittoria.

Box 112

Miscellaneous interviews.

Box 112

Interview for Frank Tallman special on KOCE-TV. Tape cassette and typed transcription.

 

The Sniper, 1952.

Box 4

Final shooting script.

Box 252

Script, (2). September 4, 1951

Box 252

Dialogue continuity.

Box 4

Folder of newsclippings.

Box 4

Production breakdown.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Arthur Franz).

Additional Note

missing December 1985
Box 374, Folder 9

16 Storyboards.

Box 374, Folder 8

35 Storyboards fromsection labeled Eddie Come Home Final.

Box 374, Folder 7

35 Storyboards from section labeled Eddie Over Sleeps.

Box 374, Folder 6

38 Storyboards from section labeled Emergency Hospital

Box 374, Folder 5

35 Storyboards from section labeled Walk In Park, Drug Store.

 

So Ends Our Night

 

So This is New York

Box 328

Scrapbook of So Ends Our Night and So This is New York, 1940-1946.

Box 328

Scrapbook of So Ends Our Night and So This is New York,

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Henry Morgan).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
 

The Wild One, 1954.

Box 6

Final shooting script, heavily annotated.

 

16 × 20 framed still photograph (Marlon Brando).

Additional Note

missing December 1989.
Box 298

Script. Final draft: Screenplay by John Paxton. January 20, no year.

Box 298

The Wild One

 

Russian Film (produced and directed in Moscow by Stanley Kramer).

Box 108

15 reels of film, interviews.

Box 109

Correspondence.

Box 109

Brochures and photographs.

Box 367

Press clippings.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

M. Beck Publicity and Correspondence Files

 

Correspondence and Memorabilia

Box 113

Academy Awards and nominations correspondence, 1949-1968.

Box 113

American Film Institute (George Stevens, Jr.) correspondence.

Box 113

American Jewish Committee correspondence.

Box 113

Big Town correspondence.

Box 113

Fund for the Republic, Incorporated, correspondence.

Box 113

Hollywood Museum Associates correspondence.

Box 113

Knickerbocker (San Francisco Chronicle) correspondence, 1963.

Box 113

Leigh, Vivien Appreciation at USC correspondence, March 17, 1968.

Box 113

Thank you letters - Stanley Kramer.

Box 113

USIA, Washington, D.C. (George Stevens, Jr.) correspondence.

Box 113

Western Behavioral Sciences Institute.

Box 113

Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles.

Box 114

50th Birthday book, September 29, 1963.

Box 114

Stanley Kramer personal awards and miscellaneous correspondence, 92 pp.

Box 114

UCLA Extension, , correspondence, 101 pages. 1963

Box 114

UCLA Extension, , correspondence, 34 pages. 1963

Box 114

UCLA Extension, , correspondence, 71 pages 1963

Box 114

UC Berkeley correspondence, 11 pp.

Box 114

UCLA Material donations correspondence.

Box 114

USC correspondence.

Box 115

American Legion, 214 letters.

Box 115

American Legion, 16 letters.

Box 115

American Legion newspaper and trade publication clippings, 72 files.

Box 115

Ahab (Sidney Poitier), 10 letters.

Box 115

Governor Ellis Arnoll, 4 letters.

Box 115

Note of Appreciation brochure by Stanley Kramer to directors, writers and cast.

Box 115

Esquire magazine article, The Summer Job I Had As a Boy, June 1968.

Box 115

Saturday Review article on Stanley Kramer, March 14, 1953.

Box 115

Jack Valenti to Kramer re trip to Moscow, two letters.

Box 115

Katherine Hepburn, Katherine Houghton and Spencer Tracy to Karen Kramer on birth of baby.

Physical Description: One letter.
Box 115

Karlovy-Vary Festival certificate for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, 1968.

Box 115

First draft of Final Verdict by Elizabeth Wilson. Screenplay, March 9, 1964.

Box 115

First draft of Flotsam by David Loew and Albert Lewin, heavily annotated. Screenplay.

 

Awards and Memorabilia

Box 116

The Albert Gallatin Award, at New York University. December 4, 1968

Box 116

Seven dinner program brochures, December 4, 1968.

Box 116

Sixteen photographs of the dinner program. In scrapbook.

Box 116

Bronze medallion given to Kramer at the dinner program.

Box 331

American Jewish Committee, Anti-Defamation League, B'nai Brith Plaque, 1961.

Box 118

American Jewish Committee Human Relations--W.J. German Award, 1967.

Box 116

American Jewish Congress arts award, January 18, 1968.

Box 118

Berlin Film Festival bronze medallion, 1952.

Box 280

Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame Honorary Award, 1976.

Box 341

B'nai Brith Man of the Year Award, encased medallion, 1970-1971.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 331

B'nai Brith Women's Plaque for Humanitarian, 1962.

Box 278

Brandeis University Library-- Learned Research Journal.

Box 359

California Fashion Creators Trophy, 1953.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 328

California Teachers' Association Trophy, 1968.

Box 278

California Youth Gives a Damn Coalition, 1972-1976.

Box 117

Chicago International Film Festival citation of merit.

Box 117

Cine-Revue gold medallion.

Box 330

City of Hope statue for Outstanding Service, 1951.

Box 330

City of Hope Torch Bearer Award, 1955.

Box 328

Cork International Film Festival Silver Trophy, 1966.

Box 118

UCLA plexi-glass award, charter member, Murphy Associates.

Box 116

Exhibitor Laurel Award for top ten producers and directors, 1966.

Box 332

Irving Thalberg Memorial Award, 1961.

Box 357

Jewish Federation Council of Los Angeles, plaque, 1968.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 121

Jewish Home for the Aged The Guardians plaque, 1962.

Box 278

Look Award, (medallion). 1950

Box 116

Look magazine plaque for film achievement, 1950.

Box 328

Los Angeles Film Teachers' Association Parchment, 1969.

Additional Note

Item moved to Box 357
Box 357

Los Angeles International Film Exposition - Participation, , for High Noon and The Member of the Wedding. March 21-April 4, 1976

Box 117

Maschera d'Argento plaque, Rome, 1967-1968.

Box 117

La Mejor Pelicula Extranjera (MCMLIII) green and bronze award.

Box 117

La Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinema Diveneza gold medallion, 1960.

Box 335

NAACP Image Award. Special Award. 1972

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 116

New York University Achievement Award plaque, 17 May 1966.

Box 328

New York University Man of the Year Testimonial Plaque, 1967.

Box 117

New York University Perstare et Praestare plaque (MDCCCXXXI).

Box 332

Pewter mug - New York University Alumni Fun 1966.

Box 118

Norske Konosjefers Tildelt de Skalarve Vinden Forbund Solvklumpen silver plaque, 1965.

Box 328

One book, Year of 1949 - Outstanding Man.

Box 117

Prix Femina du Cinema Hommage gold medallion, 1960.

Box 118

Producers' Guild plexi-glass award for Producer of the Year, 1967.

Box 117

Screen Directors' Guild bronze award.

Box 117

Silver-Sindacto Giorvalisti Cinema Italiani silver medallion, 1962.

Box 279

Statues, male (2) Bookends.

Box 278

Terneo preolimpico, (medallion). 1949

Box 332

Trophy, pendant and certificate, Phi Eta Sigma of UCLA, , Honorary Life Member, Stanley Kramer. 1970

Box 330

United Jewish Welfare Plaque for Man of the Year, 1960.

Box 121

Unity Award plaque for human relations, 1966.

Box 334

University of Southern California Citation of Appreciation.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 366

University Women of the University of Judaism, trophy, 1976.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.

Scope and Contents note

(reboxed as noted below; numbered 363 and 367)
Box 357

Wisdom Society's Award of Honor.

Box 357

World Peace Commendation Award, 1960.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 280

[in Russian] 1973.

Box 121

Parent Magazine plaques for:

Box 121

Home of the Brave.

Box 121

Cyrano de Bergerac.

Box 121

On the Beach.

Physical Description: (Total of 3 items)
Box 328

New York University B.S. degree, June 1933.

Box 118

New York University Citation for Outstanding Class of 1933, April 11, 1955.

Box 119

Camp Kent medals.

Box 120

Seventeen magazine Picture of the Month plaques for:

Box 120

The Champion, 1949.

Box 120

Judgement at Nuremberg, 1961.

Box 120

Mad, Mad World, 1964.

Box 120

The Pride and the Passion, 1957.

Box 120

Inherit the Wind, 1960.

Box 120

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, 1968.

Physical Description: (Total of 6 items)
Box 123

Independent Film Journal plaque for Best Producer-Director, 1956-1957.

Box 123

University of Southern California plaque for membership in the Cinema Circulus, 1967.

Box 371

18 carat yellow gold Premio David di Donatello statuette.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 371

18 carat yellow gold Premio David Di Donatelli statuette.

Box 328

Gallatin Medal presentation speech, 1968.

 

Personal Memorabilia

Box 329

16mm print of Kramer's lecture for the APA, 1962.

Box 329

16mm print of Kramer family, 925 feet.

Box 329

16mm print of Larry Kramer's family, 1,150 feet.

Box 329

Scrapbooks: Larry Kramer; Stanley Kramer and family; Stanley Kramer pictures.

Box 119

Scrapbooks:

Box 119

Stanley Kramer's family.

Box 119

U.S. Army, World War II.

Additional Note

See also: Box 329.
 

Personal Awards and Memorabilia

Box 339

Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, plaque for distinguished Film Matter, Cinematography and Directing, 1968.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Box 339

Photograph: New York Yankees' Babe Ruth at Bat, 1927.

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
Missing 1985.
Box 356

Speech by Sidney Poitier to Stanley Kramer re: American Jewish Committee Humanitarian Award, , on poster. 1967

Additional Note

Addition, June 20, 1975.
 

Awards June 20, 1975.

Box 333

Wood stand for statue (see below).

Box 333

Framed B'nai B'rith Certificate of Membership presented to Stanley Kramer, June 1975.

Box 333

Memorial book of the occasion of Kramer's award, paperback. We Are One.

Box 333

Gold-painted plaster statue of David, 33 height. David Award Honoree, 1975.

Additional Note

Broken to bits in break-in.