Finding Aid for the Tony Curtis Papers, 1948-1975

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Finding Aid for the Tony Curtis Papers, 1948-1975

Collection number: 381

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA
Processed by:
Manuscripts Division staff
Encoded by:
Caroline Cubé
Online finding aid edited by:
Josh Fiala, September 2004
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Tony Curtis Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1948-1975
Collection number: 381
Creator: Curtis, Tony, 1925-
Extent: 20 boxes (10 linear ft.) 6 oversize boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Tony Curtis (b.1925) received his theatrical training and had his professional debut in New York before signing to Universal films (1949). He became a movie star by 1951, and starred in the early '70s TV series The persuaders. He is also the author of the novel, Kid Andrew Cody & Julie Sparrow (1977). The collection consists of motion picture scripts, photographs, and personal business files from the first 27 years of Curtis' acting career.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Advance notice required for access.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Tony Curtis, 1970.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Tony Curtis Papers (Collection 381). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 964591 

Biography

Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz on June 3, 1925 in Bronx, New York; served in navy during World War II; theatrical training and professional debut in New York; signed to films by Universal, 1949; became a star by 1951; by the late 1950s Curtis had broadened his range from swashbuckling hero to dramatic actor, in films such as Sweet smell of success and The defiant ones, and comedy star, in Some like it hot; married to Janet Leigh, 1951-1962; starred in the early '70s TV series The persuaders; author of novel, Kid Andrew Cody & Julie Sparrow (1977).

Scope and Content

Collection consists of motion picture scripts, photographs, and personal business files from the first 27 years of Curtis' acting career.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Leatherbound, autographed film scripts (1948-1969).
  2. Business files.
  3. Photographs.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Curtis, Tony, 1925- --Archives.
Motion picture actors and actresses--Archival resources.
Film scripts.
Photographs.

Items Removed from Collection

  • Album containing 29 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white) from the movie, the Prince Who Was a Thief (missing June 1990).

Container List

 

Leather Bound Scripts - Personally Signed By Mr. Curtis

 

1948

Box 1

Criss-Cross. Screenplay by Daniel Fuchs.

Physical Description: (119pp.)
Box 1

The Amboy Dukes.

Physical Description: (133pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Slightly annotated.
 

1949

Box 1

Shoplifter. Original story by Irwin Gielgud, screenplay by Irwin Gielgud William Bowers.

Physical Description: (100pp.)
Box 1

Winchester '73. Screenplay by Robert L. Richards.

Physical Description: (132pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotated heavily at end of script.
Box 2

Johnny Stool Pigeon. Screenplay by Robert L. Richards.

Physical Description: (115pp.)
Box 2

Francis. Screenplay by David Stern from a novel by David Stern.

Physical Description: (130pp.)
Box 2

Sierra.

Physical Description: (113pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Property of Universal International.
 

1950

Box 2

The Kansas Raiders. Screenplay Robert L. Richards.

Physical Description: (115pp.)
Box 3

The Prince Who Was a Thief. Screenplay by Gerald Drayson Adams, dialogue by Aeneas MacKenzie.

Physical Description: (117pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Slightly annotated.
 

1951

Box 3

Son of Ali Baba. Screenplay by Gerald Drayson Adams.

Physical Description: (107pp.)
Box 3

Flesh and Fury. Screenplay by Bernard Gordon.

Physical Description: (123pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: Hear No Evil.
 

1952

Box 3

No Room for the Groom. Screenplay by Joseph Hoffman.

Physical Description: (130pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: My True Love.
Box 4

Houdini. By Philip Yordan.

Physical Description: (110pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Producer: George Pal
Director: George Marshall
Slightly annotated.
 

1953

Box 4

All American. Screenplay by D.D. Beauchamp.

Physical Description: (125pp.)
Box 4

Forbidden. Screenplay by Gil Doud.

Physical Description: (114pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: Drifting.
Shooting schedule at back of script.
Lightly annotated throughout.
Box 4

Beachhead. Screenplay by Richard Alan Simmons. Aubrey Schenck Productions.

Physical Description: (112pp.)
Box 5

Johnny Dark. Screenplay by Franklin Coen.

Physical Description: (138pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Alternate ending.
Box 5

Men of Iron. Screenplay by Oscar Brodney.

Physical Description: (124pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With appendix: Background of Ad Lib lines[?].
 

1954

Box 5

Six Bridges to Cross. Screenplay by Sidney Boehm.

Physical Description: (133pp.)
Box 5

The Purple Mask. Screenplay by Oscar Brodney.

Physical Description: (11pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
Box 6

So This Is Paris. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman.

Physical Description: (105pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: Three Gobs in Paris.
 

1955

Box 6

The Rawhida Years. Screenplay by Earl Felton. UI.

Physical Description: (110pp.)
Box 6

The Square Jungle. Screenplay by Richard Alan Simmons.

Physical Description: (124pp.)
Box 6

Trapaze. Hecht-Lancaster.

Physical Description: (114pp.)
 

1956

Box 7

Sweet Small of Success. Screenplay by Clifford Odets.

Physical Description: (100pp.)

Scope and Content Note

End of picture revised by Clifford Odets.
 

1957

Box 7

The Midnight Story. Screenplay by John Robinson.

Physical Description: (115pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: The Eyes of Father Tomasino.
Box 7

Kings Go Forth. Screenplay by Merle Miller, book by Joe David Brown. Frank Ross-Eaton Productions.

Physical Description: (133pp.)
Box 7

Man on a Rack. Written by Dick Berg. Revue Productions.

Physical Description: (42pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: Drummer.
 

1958

Box 7

The Stone. Revue Productions.

Physical Description: (35pp.)
Box 8

Cory. Screenplay by Blake Edwards, story by Leo Rostan.

Physical Description: (143pp. and 175pp.)
Box 8

Some Like It Hot. Screenplay by Billy Wilder I.A.L. Diamond. Ashton Productions.

Physical Description: (156pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations on first page of script.
 

1958

Box 8

The Defiant Ones. Screenplay by Nathan E. Douglas Harold Jacob Smith. Lomitas Productions.

Physical Description: (143pp.)
 

1959

Box 8

The Rat Race.

Physical Description: (141pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
Box 9

Operation Petticoat. Screenplay by Stanley Shapiro Maurice Richlin.

Physical Description: (151pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
Box 9

Spartacus.

Physical Description: (201pp.)
Box 9

Who Was That Lady...? Screenplay by Norman Krasna. Ansark Productions.

Physical Description: (150pp.)
 

1960

Box 9

Pepe. Screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley. George Sidney International Pictures-Posa Films Internacional, S.A.

Physical Description: (174pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Starring Cantinflas.
Box 10

The Sixth Man The Outsider. Screenplay by Stewart Stern.

Physical Description: (128pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Release title.
Heavily annotated through out script.
Box 10

The Juggler. Written by Joseph Stefano. Revue Studios.

Physical Description: (85pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Heavily annotated.
Box 19

The Great Imposter.

 

1961

Box 10

Taras Bulba. Story by Nikolai Gogol. Harold Hecht Productions.

Physical Description: (142pp.)
 

1962

Box 10

40 Pounds of Trouble. Screenplay by Marion Hargrove. Curtleigh Productions.

Physical Description: (142pp.)
 

1963

Box 11

Captain Newman, M.D. Screenplay by Richard L. Brean.

Physical Description: (147pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Lightly annotated throughout script.
Box 11

Wild and Wonderful. Screenplay by Waldo Salt.

Physical Description: (128pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title: Monsieur Cognac.
Annotated throughout script.
Box 11

Sex and the Single Girl. Screenplay by Joseph Heller, story by Helen Gurlay Brown.

Physical Description: (113pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Lightly annotated.
 

1964

Box 11

The Great Race. Screenplay by Blake Edwards.

Physical Description: (177pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
Box 12

Goodbye Charlie. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz.

Physical Description: (161pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
 

1965

Box 12

Boeing-Boeing. Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. Wallis-Paramount-Hazen.

Physical Description: (146pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotations throughout script.
Box 12

My Last Duchess Arriverderci Baby. Screenplay by Ken Hughes, based on a story by Ken Hughes & Ronald Harwood. Seven Arts.

Physical Description: (146pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Release title.
Lightly annotated throughout script.
 

1966

Box 12

Not With my Wife, You Don't! Screenplay by Norman Panama, Larry Gelbart and Peter Barnes, original story by Norman Panama & Melvin Frank.

Physical Description: (167pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Lightly annotated throughout script.
Box 13

Don't Make Waves.

Physical Description: (143pp.)
 

1967

Box 13

The Chastity Belt On My Way to the Crusades I Met a Girl Who....

Physical Description: (139pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Working title and release title.
Produced in Rome.
 

1966

Box 13

Those Daring Young Men in their Jaunty Jalopies. Screenplay by Jack Davies & Ken Annakin.

Physical Description: (228pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Illustrated and annotated throughout script.
Produced in Rome.
Box 20

The Boston Strangler.

 

1969

Box 13

Suppose They Gave A War and Nobody Came. Screenplay by Don McGuire.

Physical Description: (149pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Annotated throughout script.
Box 14

The Dubious Patriots. Screenplay by Leo V. Gordon. The Corman Company.

Physical Description: (128pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Produced in Turkey.
 

Files

Box 14

Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Shooting schedules.
  • First screenplay (83pp.).
  • Newspaper clippings.
  • Letter from producer, Fred Engel.
  • Telegram from producer.
Box 14

Not With My Wife You Don't.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Wardrobe plot.
  • Breakdown.
  • Press clippings.
  • Thank you note from Colonel Harvey, USAF.
  • Estimating script.
  • Final draft screenplay.
Box 15

Taras Bulba.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Correspondence with Major General Krulak, USMC.
  • Telegram review of film from UI.
  • Background material on Ukrainian Cossacks.
  • Letter from Robert Blumofe, United Artists Vice-President.
  • Russian magazine.
  • Screenplay copy.
Box 15

Arrivederci, Baby.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Costume description, shooting schedules.
  • Call sheets.
  • Work permits.
  • Congratulatory cables.
  • Correspondence regarding, film titles, costume chart.
  • Script changes.
  • Letter from T. Curtis to William Goetz re his thoughts on the film and the character he plays.
Box 15

Sex and the Single Girl.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Shooting schedule.
  • Script changes.
  • Original script by Joe Heller (18pp.).
  • Trailer copy.
  • Press clippings.
Box 15

On My Way to the Crusade, I Met a Girl Who...

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Script changes.
  • Letter from writer Larry Gelbart regarding script changes.
  • Letter from William Morris Organization re shooting schedule.
  • Correspondence regarding directors.
  • Publicity releases from Rome Public relations man.
  • Biographical information on T. Curtis.
Box 15

Boeing-Boeing.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Script changes.
  • Correspondence regarding billing.
  • Congratulatory telegrams and letters.
  • Thank you notes.
Box 15

Captain Newman, M.D.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Radio campaign.
  • TV campaign.
  • Press clippings.
  • Paperback cover illustrations.
  • Congratulatory telegrams and letters.
  • Screening information.
Box 15

Forty Pounds of Trouble.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Story outline.
  • Congratulatory letter and telegram.
  • Thank you notes.
  • Letter to the President from T. Curtis.
Box 16

Goodbye Charlie.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Recording of title song.
  • Congratulatory letters and thank you notes from Richard Zanuck, Debbie Reynolds, etc.
Box 16

The Great Race.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Call sheets.
  • Travel schedule.
  • Shooting schedule.
  • Cost summary.
  • Sketches of crest.
  • BOX OFFICE Blue Ribbon Award.
  • Trailer information.
  • Location information.
  • Correspondence regarding casting.
  • Name changes.
  • Thank you note to Hedda Hopper.
  • Premiere invitation from Jack Warner.
Box 16

Don't Make Waves.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Location information.
  • Script changes.
  • Camera movements.
  • Director's script notes.
  • Shooting schedules and production reports.
  • Work orders.
  • Call sheets.
  • Art layout of house used in film.
  • Synopsis.
  • Agreement between MGM and T. Curtis re loan of some works of art.
  • Thank you notes.
  • Publicity releases (photocopies).
Box 17

Those Daring Young Men in their Jaunty Jalopies.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
  • Correspondence pertaining to press interviews, costumes, script, etc.
  • Letter from Donnenfeld, Vice-President of Paramount.
Box 17

Performance at “Caesar's Palace” Las Vegas.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings and reviews.
  • Congratulatory wires.
  • Scripts.
Box 17

The Boston Strangler Press clippings and reviews - foreign and domestic.

Box 20

The Boston Strangler.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Correspondence.
  • Call sheets.
  • Cast list.
  • Cast requirements.
  • Publicity releases.
  • Memos.
Box 17

Flesh and Fury.

Physical Description: (In looseleaf binder)

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Preview cards summary and comments.
  • 3 glossy production photographs (8×10 Black & white).
  • Press clippings and reviews.
Box 17

No Room for the Groom.

Physical Description: (In looseleaf binder)

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and Credits.
  • Synopsis.
  • 3 glossy production photographs (8×10 Black & white).
Box 18

City Across the River.

Physical Description: (In looseleaf binder)

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Biography.
  • Cast and credit sheet.
  • Preview invitation.
  • Press clippings.
Box 18

Criss Cross.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
Box 18

Johnny Stool Pigeon.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credit sheet.
  • Synopsis.
  • Production notes.
Box 18

Francis.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
Box 18

I Was a Shoplifter.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
Box 18

Sierra.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
Box 18

Winchester '73.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
Box 18

Kansas Raiders.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
  • Press clippings.
Box 18

Comanche Territory.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Press clippings.
Box 18

Universal Contract Players Program.

Scope and Content Note

Tony Curtis appeared in Lysistrata.
Box 18

Inside U-I.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Act 1 - “The Girl on the Via Flaminia” (Tony Curtis).
  • Act 2 - “All you Need Is One Good Break” (Tony Curtis).
Box 18

The Prince Who Was a Thief.

Scope and Content Note

Containing:
  • Cast and credits sheet.
  • Synopsis.
  • Press clippings.
 

Photographs

Box 18

The All American.

Scope and Content Note

  • 12 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 21

Arrivederci, Baby.

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 matte publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 4 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
1 8×10 photo is autographed.
Box 18

Beachhead.

Scope and Content Note

38 color transparencies.
Box 21

Black Shield of Falworth.

Scope and Content Note

  • 7 glossy publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (9½×11 Black & white).
Box 21

Boeing-Boeing.

Scope and Content Note

  • 4 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 21

Boston Strangler.

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 matte production still (11×14 Black & white).
Box 21

Captain Newman, M.D.

Scope and Content Note

  • 20 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 3 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 3 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 21

The Defiant Ones.

Scope and Content Note

  • 7 matte publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 4 matte production stills (7½×8 Black & white).
  • 7 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 18 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 21

Don't Make Waves.

Scope and Content Note

  • 59 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 4 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 4 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 18

The Dubious Patriots.

Scope and Content Note

  • 4 glossy publicity postcards (2½×5½ Black & white).
  • 28 matte publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 19 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 22

Forty Pounds of Trouble.

Scope and Content Note

  • 12 matte productions stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 27 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (8×14 Black & white).
  • 1 matte production still (5½×14 Black & white).
Box 22

Goodbye Charlie.

Scope and Content Note

  • 8 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 6 matte publicity stills (9½×13½)
  • 21 matte productions stills (11×14)
Box 18

The Great Imposter.

Scope and Content Note

  • 4 glossy publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 22

The Great Race.

Scope and Content Note

  • 10 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 16 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 6 matte publicity stills (10×13½ Black & white).
  • 2 matte publicity stills (7×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte publicity still (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy contact proof (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy wardrobe sketch (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte publicity still (7×9 Black & white).
  • 3 glossy production stills (7×9½ Black & white).
  • 3 glossy publicity stills (5×7 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (4×5 Black & white).
Box 18

Houdini.

Scope and Content Note

  • 60 glossy snapshots (4×5 Black & white).
  • 5 glossy contact proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
  • 4 glossy photographs autographed by Joe Dunninger (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy photo of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houdini (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 book: Adventurous Life Of Houdini - autographed by Harry Houdini
  • 49 matte wardrobe and makeup test stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 31 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte gag photo with Jerry Lewis (8×10 Black & white).
  • New Yorker 1941 (tearsheets) Profile on Dunninger.
  • Orpheum Theatre Bill - February 13, 1922.
  • Orpheum Theatre Bill - March 20, 1922.
  • Baltimore News - Second Section Local News, November 9, 1925.
  • Orpheum Circuit Program, Majestic Theatre, Chicago February 22, 1922.
Box 22

Kings Go Forth.

Scope and Content Note

  • 7 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 9 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 11 matte production stills (9×14 Black & white).
  • 6 matte publicity stills (9×14 Black & white).
  • 3 matte publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy production still (6½×9½ Black & white).
  • 10 matte production stills (7×9½ Black & white).
  • 1 matte publicity still (7×9½ Black & white).
  • Sheet of Music: “Britt's Blues.”
Box 23

Not With My Wife You Don't.

Scope and Content Note

  • 6 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 6 matte publicity stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (7½×9½ Black & white).
  • 2 matte publicity stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 1 matte production still (11×14 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (11×14 Color)
Box 19

On My Way to the Crusades I Met a Girl Who...

Scope and Content Note

  • 58 matte production stills - Very Unusual photographs (9½×14 Sepia)
  • 8 matte production stills (9½×11½ Black & white).
  • 38 matte production stills (8×10½ Black & white).
  • 1 matte production still (5×8 Black & white).
Box 23

Operation Petticoat.

Scope and Content Note

  • 2 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 23

The Outsider.

Scope and Content Note

  • 106 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 9 glossy production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production still (10×11 Black & white).
  • 19 glossy contact proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
  • 19 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy autographed by Major General USMC (8×10 Black & white).
Box 23

The Rat Race.

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 matte production still (10½×13½ Black & white).
  • 1 glossy production still (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte production still (6×13½ Black & white).
Box 24

Sex and the Single Girl.

Scope and Content Note

  • 12 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (13½×9½ Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (6½×9½ Black & white).
  • 1 transparency (4×5 color)
Box 24

Six Bridges to Cross.

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 matte production still (11×14 Black & white).
Box 24

Some Like it Hot.

Scope and Content Note

  • 26 glossy Production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte Production stills (10½×13½ Black & white).
  • 2 matte Production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 12 matte proofs (4×5 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 matte production stills (6½×9½ Black & white).
  • 1 snapshot (3½×3½ color)
Box 19

Spartacus.

Scope and Content Note

  • 3 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 24

Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came.

Scope and Content Note

6 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 24

Sweet Smell of Success.

Scope and Content Note

3 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 24

Taras Bulba.

Scope and Content Note

  • 41 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 5 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 contact proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
  • 4 matte production stills (11×12 Black & white).
  • 9 matte production stills (9½×14 Black & white).
  • 1 matte production stills (10×13 Black & white).
  • 9 matte production stills (9½×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (10×14 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 4 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (9½×14 Black & white).
Box 19

Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies.

Scope and Content Note

  • 7 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
Box 25

Trapeze.

Scope and Content Note

  • 13 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 4 matte production stills (10½×11½ Black & white).
  • 82 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 4 glossy production stills (8×9 Black & white).
  • 47 glossy production stills (8×8 Black & white).
  • 11 matte production stills (8×8 Black & white).
  • 22 matte production stills (7×10 Black & white).
  • 5 glossy production stills (7×10 Black & white).
  • 21 glossy production stills (6×8 Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (5×5 Black & white).
Box 19

The Vikings.

Scope and Content Note

  • 13 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy publicity still (8×10 Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 5 glossy production stills (7×10 Black & white).
  • 4 glossy production stills (5×7 Black & white).
  • 7 glossy production stills (3½×5 Black & white).
Box 25

Who Was That Lady?

Scope and Content Note

31 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 25

Wild and Wonderful.

Scope and Content Note

  • 8 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
  • 12 matte production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 1 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 3 matte production stills (6½×9½ Black & white).
  • 43 matte production stills (4½×7 Black & white).
 

Mounted Photographs

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 glossy (8×10 Black & white): All American.
  • 1 matte (11×14 color): Boston Strangler.
  • 1 matte (11×14 Black & white): Captain Newman M.D.
  • 1 glossy (8×10 Black & white): Defiant Ones.
  • 1 glossy (8×10 Black & white): Great Imposter.
  • 1 matte (11×14 Black & white): Great Race.
  • 1 matte (11×14 Black & white): Kings Go Forth.
  • 1 matte (11×14 Black & white): Outsider.
  • 1 glossy (8×10 Black & white): Prince Who Was a Thief.
  • 1 matte (11×14 Black & white): Sex and the Single Girl.
  • 2 matte (11×14 Black & white): Some Like it Hot.
  • 1 glossy (8×10 Black & white): So This is Paris.
  • 1 matte (11×14 color): Spartacus.
  • 2 matte (11×14 Black & white): Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came.
 

Supplementary List, 17 March 1970

Box 21

Defiant Ones - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

1 glossy proof sheet (8×10 Black & white).
Box 23

The Outsider - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

13 glossy proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
Box 25

Trapeze - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

  • 8 matte proof sheets (11×14 Black & white).
  • 10 glossy proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
Box 2

Kings Go Forth - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

1 matte proof sheets (11×14 Black & white).
Box 3

Operation Petticoat - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

2 glossy proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
Box 25

Wild and Wonderful - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

2 matte production stills (11×14 Black & white).
Box 24

Taras Bulba - Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

  • 4 glossy production stills (8×10 Black & white).
  • 2 matte production stills (9½×14 Black & white).
Box 24

Some Like it Hot - Photographs

Scope and Content Note

2 glossy proof sheets (8×10 Black & white).
Box 23

Not With My Wife You Don't - Photographs

Scope and Content Note

2 matte proof sheets (11×14 Black & white).
Box 26

Houdini.

Scope and Content Note

  • 1 mounted photograph (17×20 Sepia)
  • 1 mounted photograph - pages of Genii Conjuror's Magazine (14×25)
 

Additional Photographs

Box 21

The Boston Strangler.

Scope and Content Note

  • 13 production stills (11×14)
  • 3 Production stills (8×10)
  • 1 police mugshot (3×5)