Mark Robson (1913-1978) was a motion picture producer and director. He directed
Isle of the dead,
Bridges at Toko-Ri,
Peyton Place, and
Valley of the dolls. He produced and directed
The inn of the sixth happiness,
Von Ryan's express, and
Daddy's gone a'hunting. The collection consists of scripts and related materials for the film,
Daddy's gone a'hunting.
Robson was born on December 4, 1913 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; attended UCLA and Pacific Coast University; worked in property
department of 20th Century Fox, 1932, and with the editing department of RKO-Radio, 1932-43; president, Red Lion Products;
directed motion pictures, including Isle of the dead, Bridges at Toko-Ri, Peyton Place, and Valley of the dolls; produced and directed The inn of the sixth happiness, Von Ryan's express, and Daddy's gone a'hunting; he died in 1978.
5 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
3 oversize boxes
1 oversize folder
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