Finding Aid for the William Wyler Papers, 1925-1975

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Finding Aid for the William Wyler Papers, 1925-1975

Collection number: 53

UCLA Library, Performing Arts Special Collections



Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

  • University of California, Los Angeles, Library
  • Performing Arts Special Collections, Room A1713
  • Charles E. Young Research Library, Box 951575
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
  • Phone: (310) 825-4988
  • Fax: (310) 206-1864
  • Email: speccoll-paging@library.ucla.edu
  • URL: http://www2.library.ucla.edu/specialcollections/performingarts/index.cfm
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UCLA Library, Performing Arts Special Collections staff
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© 1998 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William Wyler Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1925-1975
Collection number: 53
Origination: Wyler, William.
Extent: 92 boxes (45.0 linear feet)
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Performing Arts Special Collections
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Shelf location: Held at SRLF. Please contact the Performing Arts Special Collections for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

William Wyler Papers (Collection 53). Performing Arts Special Collections, Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biography

Willy Wyler was born July 1, 1902 in Mulhouse Alsace-Lorraine; he traveled to America at the invitation of cousin Carl Laemmle, 1920, and became a US citizen, 1928; worked in the publicity dept. at Universal, NY and transferred to Universal City, Hollywood, 1921, where he apprenticed many jobs; he was asst. director at Universal, 1924 and directed his first film, "Crook Buster" (1925), and his first feature, "Lazy Lightning" (1926); during his first two years as a director he made more than 40 two-reel westerns; began his association with Samuel Goldwyn in 1936; "The Making Of These Three" (1936) marked his first collaboration with cameraman Gregg Toland, who worked in many of Wyler's films; he served as a Major in US Army Air Corps, 1942-45 and later helped found the Committee for the First Amendment to counteract the Hollywood investigation by House Un-American Activities Committee, 1947; with numerous directorial credits, he retired from directing in 1973; awards include Academy Award Best Direction for Mrs. Miniver (1942), "The Best Years Of Our Lives" (1946), and "Ben Hur" (1959), the Irving G. Thalberg Award (1965), and the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award (1976); died July 29, 1981.

Organization

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Produced films
  2. Personal material
  3. Unproduced films

Scope and Content

Collection consists of materials related to the career of motion picture director, William Wyler. Includes correspondence, photographs, clippings, various annotated drafts and versions of film scripts, legal documents, notes, and budget and production information. Contains material related to films such as "Ben Hur" (1959), "Best Years Of Our Lives" (1946), "The Children's Hour" (1961), "The Collector" (1965), "Friendly Persuasion" (1956), "Funny Girl" (1968), "The Heiress" (1927), "The Letter" (1956), "Little Foxes" (1941), "Mrs. Miniver" (1942), "Roman Holiday" (1953), and "Wuthering Heights" (1939). Also includes transcript of script conference with Lillian Hellman, photographs from several unidentified westerns with Wyler and various people including Ted Wells and Fred Gilman, and unproduced script material with treatments by various people such as Robert Wyler.

Access Points

Wyler, William, 1902---Archives.
Hellman, Lillian, 1906-.
Motion picture producers and directors--Archival resources


Container List

 

PRODUCED FILM

 

ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY? (1928)

Box 49 , Folder 5

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, German newspapers.

Box 51 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Bessie Love, Tom Moore and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 55 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 3

4 group shots w/ Bessie Love and Tom Moore (b/w, 5x7); 4 group shots w/ Tom Moore (b/w, various sizes); 2 individual and group shots w/ Bessie Love (b/w, 7x9) 10 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes: 8 group shots w/ W.Wyler, Bessie Love and screenwriter Leigh Jacobson (b/w, 8x10); 1 group shot w/ W.Wyler, Bessie Love and Charles Stumar (b/w, 7x9) 9 photos.

Box 59 , Folder 2

Bound script. 10/26/27. By Leigh Jacobson. Adaptation by Samuel Pike. Continuity by John B. Clymer.

 

BEN-HUR (1959)

Box 19 , Folder 1

Script. By Karl Turnberg. 2/21/58. Incomplete: rewrite from scene 464 to end of script, pages 189-209. Annotated.

Box 19 , Folder 2

Script. By Karl Turnberg. 4/1/58. Incomplete: pages 189-219. Note: Turnberg ending number four.

Box 19 , Folder 3

Script. 5/15/58. Incomplete: chariot race sequence only, pages 157-180.

Box 19 , Folder 4

Script. 5/58 and 6/58. Incomplete: from Rome to end, pages 89-210. Note: "Christopher Fry" handwritten on cover. Note inside: "To p. 180 from Gore Vidal." Annotated.

Box 19 , Folder 5

Script. 6/12/58, 2nd rev. Incomplete: from race to end, pages 180-209. Annotated.

Box 19 , Folder 6

Script. 6/30/58, temporary. 207p. Note: "4".

Box 19 , Folder 7

Script. 4/1/59. 7p. Incomplete: versions #1 and #2 of the opening sequence. Another copy dated 4/9/59.

Box 19 , Folder 8

Miscellaneous script pages. 8/28/58 - 9/19/58.

Box 19 , Folder 9

Dialogue cutting continuity. 10/29/59. 167p. Annotated.

Box 19 , Folder 10

Narration prologue. n.d. 5p. 3 different versions. Annotated.

Box 19 , Folder 11

German dialogue translation. n.d. 176p.

Box 19 , Folder 12

Notes on script from William A. Horning to W.Wyler. 1/8/58. 10p.

Box 20 , Folder 1

Sequence breakdowns. Includes: Breakdown of script dated 6/21/55, n.d., 52p. Note on cover: "Old Breakdown"; breakdown of script dated 1/8/58, n.d., 48p. Note on cover: "New Breakdown." 2 items.

Box 20 , Folder 2

Shooting schedule. 5/12/58. 25p.

Box 20 , Folder 3

Research material. Includes: "The Roman Way," National Geographic, 11/46, v.XC, n.5, p. 545-633; copy of Der Spiegel, 12/24/58, v.12, n.52.

Box 20 , Folder 4

Letter from R. Monta of Loew's Inc. to the Writers Guild concerning arbitration on the screenwriting credit. 6/1/59.

Box 20 , Folder 5

Envelopes and stationery.

Box 20 , Folder 6

Press brochures, programs, premiere invitations and colored drawings made from stills. 25 items.

Box 20 , Folder 7

Congratulatory letters and publicity releases, 1959-1960; list of guests to screening, 11/59 (3p). 32 items.

Box 20 , Folder 8

Article "Why Ben-Hur?" by W.Wyler, 2p., annotated;transcript of W.Wyler's address before the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., 3/15/60, 19p.

Box 20 , Folder 9

11 photographs. Includes photos of W.Wyler receiving awards from India - Bengal Film Journalist Association- and Italy - Ordine al Merito della Republica Italiana-; publicity stills.

Box 20 , Folder 10

Congratulatory letters, 1958-1961;program, Les Ballets Africains, 1957. 10 items.

Box 20 , Folder 11

Notes. Includes: "Ben-Hur" integrated synopsis; "Crucifixion" sequence. 9 items.

Box 22 , Folder 1

Script dialogue, alternative dialogue and alternative set-up. 1/59. 2 copies. Copy one complete, 133p. Copy two missing final page.

Box 22 , Folder 2

Unit lists, 8/28/58 (2 copies); cast list,5/6/59; staff list,n.d.; staff and crew sent from Culver City to Rome, 5/5/59; employees sent to Italy, 1958; invitations to luncheon party, 5/18/?. 7 items.

Box 22 , Folder 2

Pre-production lists and breakdowns. Bound.

Box 22 , Folder 3

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications.

Box 22 , Folder 4

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional newspapers, trade papers, film publications.

Box 22 , Folder 5

Letters and memos concerning awards won by film. Includes telegram from W. Wyler to Frank Capra, 3/9/60. 29 items.

Box 39 , Folder 14

Group shots w/ Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Cathy O'Donnell, et al(b/w, 8x10). 2 photos.

Box 47 , Folder 3

Bound script. 6/28/58. Includes production stills.

Box 67 , Folder 11

Individual and group shots w/ Charlton Heston, Haya Harareet, Sam Jaffe and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 66 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 12

Group shots w/ Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd and various cast members (b/w, 7x9) 11 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 13

Group shots of "Birth of Jesus" sequence (8, b/w, 7x7; 3, b/w, 4x7) 11 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 1

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Sam Zimbalist, screenwriter Christopher Fry, other cast and crew (b/w, various sizes) 75 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 2

Portrait shots of various cast members, identified (b/w, 8x10) 10 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 3

Individual shots of W.Wyler (b/w, various sizes) 20 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 4

Individual shots of Haya Harareet (b/w, 8x10) 6 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 5

Photographs of W.Wyler and Haya Harareet (b/w) 3 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 6

Photographs of W.Wyler's birthday party, incl. W.Wyler, Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Sam Zimbalist, et al., 7/1/58 (b/w) 13 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 7

Photographs of Academy awards w/ W.Wyler, Charlton Heston, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 10 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 8

Photographs of Golden Globe awards w/ W.Wyler, his wife, Haya Harareet, Cathy O'Donnell Wyler (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos and 2 negatives.

Box 68 , Folder 9

Photographs of world premiere. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Sol Siegel, Ramon Novarro, Charlton Heston, et al. (b/w) 7 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 10

Photographs at Greater Los Angeles Press Club w/ W.Wyler, Haya Harareet, et al., 10/27/59 (b/w, 8x10) 13 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 11

Production still of MGM 1925 version of BEN-HUR, w/ Ramon Novarro. Wyler was an assistant on the chariot race scenes. (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 68 , Folder 12

Photographs of W.Wyler and various persons, some identified (b/w, various sizes) 14 photos.

Box 72 , Folder 1

Group shots w/ various cast members, identified (5, b/w, 9x13; 5, b/w, 8x13; 1, b/w, 5x13; 3, b/w, 7x13) 14 photos.

Box 72 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Charlton Heston, Haya Harareet, producer Sam Zimbalist, Bette Davis, and varios cast members (b/w, 9x13) 23 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 3

Group shots w/ Charlton Heston, Haya Harareet and various cast members (b/w, 10x13) 23 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 4

Portrait shots of Charlton Heston, Haya Harareet, Hugh Griffith, Martha Scott, Jack Hawkins, Stephen Boyd, Sam Jaffe, et al. (b/w, 10x13) 15 photos.

 

THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946)

Box 17 , Folder 1

Novel. By Mac Kinlay Kantor. GLORY FOR ME. n.d. 434p.

Box 17 , Folder 2

Novel. By Mac Kinlay Kantor. GLORY FOR ME. n.d. 434p.

Box 17 , Folder 3

Prose version of the verse novel by Czenzi Ormonde. 7/1/45. 129p.

Box 18 , Folder 1

Script. 4/9/46 with revised pages dated 5/6/46. 197p.

Box 18 , Folder 2

Script. 12/16/46, cutting continuity. 119p.

Box 18 , Folder 3

6 photographs. Includes: 4 photos of W.Wyler and Mrs. Wyler; 2 set stills, one of the drugstore set and one of a bomb bay opening of a plane.

Box 18 , Folder 4

Correspondence. 5 items.

Box 18 , Folder 5

"Steve Canyon" newspaper cartoon strips; article from the Congressional Record, 2/4/54 (2 copies);"For Your Information",3/47, v.3,#3, a publication of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Box 18 , Folder 6

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 18 , Folder 7

Clippings -- British newspapers, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, film publications.

Box 18 , Folder 8

Clippings -- British and Canadian newspapers, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications.

Box 18 , Folder 9

Clippings -- Canadian newspapers, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 18 , Folder 10

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 21 , Folder 1

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 21 , Folder 2

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 21 , Folder 3

Clippings. Academy Award clippings. 85 items.

Box 21 , Folder 4

Trade paper advertisements. 132 items.

Box 21 , Folder 5

Reviews of GLORY FOR ME. 27 items.

Box 21 , Folder 6

Clippings -- Foreign. 118 items.

Box 39 , Folder 12

Individual shot of Cathy O'Donnell (b/w, 8x10). 1 photo.

Box 45 , Folder 3

Bound script. 4/9/46. Annotated.

Box 48 , Folder 4

Clippings -- U.S. Newspapers and trade papers, regarding role played by Cathy O'Donnell. 42 items.

Box 64 , Folder 11

Individual and group shots w/ Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews, Harold Russell, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 57 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 12

Individual and group shots w/ Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews, Harold Russell, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 62 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 13

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Danny Kaye, Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews, and various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 29 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 14

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright and Dana Andrews (b/w, various sizes) 2 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 15

Individual shots of Teresa Wright (b/w, 8x10) 49 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 16

Research material, incl. photographs of various sizes. 16 photos.

Box 74 , Folder 12

Individual and group shots w/ Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews, et al. (b/w, 10x13) 21 photos.

Box 76 , Folder 0

Individual and group shots w/ Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright, Howard Russell, Cathy O'Donnell, Virginia Mayo, et al. (b/w, mounted on 16x20 cardboard) 38 photos.

Box 79 , Folder 5

Scrapbook of clippings. 49p.

Box 80 , Folder 8

Press brochure "The Best Years of Our Lives: How a Film is Made". 2 copies.

 

THE BIG COUNTRY (1958)

Box 13 , Folder 13

Script. By Robert Wyler. Adaptation by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. 8/14/57, final draft. 172p. plus 10p of scene resumes.

Box 13 , Folder 14

Script. By Robert Wyler. Adaptation by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. 7/19/57, final draft 141p. with 6p. of storyline continuity.

Box 14 , Folder 11

Script. By Robert Wyler. Adaptation by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. 7/19/57, final draft.

Box 15 , Folder 1

Notebook of reviews. Includes major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, and Canadian newspapers.

Box 15 , Folder 2

Correspondence concerning distribution of film; publicity releases regarding Jessamyn West and success of film in England, 1959, 1964, 1966, 1967. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 3

Cast list,n.d., and a memo from Gregory Peck to W.Wyler on the signing of Chuck Connors and Charles Bickford, 7/1/57.

Box 16 , Folder 1

Clippings. Includes British newspapers, U.S. trade papers and major U.S. newspapers. Promotional materials. Dell Comic Book no. 946, "The Big Country."

Box 39 , Folder 16

Script. By Robert Wyler. 7/19/57, final draft. Annotated.

Box 39 , Folder 17

Shooting schedule, 9/27/57; list of cast and crew.

Box 39 , Folder 18

French dialogue.

Box 39 , Folder 19

Letters from George Stevens (10/27/58), Carroll Baker (5/30/58), Charlton Heston (3/28/79); congratulatory letters w/clippings (1958-1959); letter on European distribution, 2/5/1959. 14 items.

Box 40 , Folder 1

Script and notes. By Bob Swink. 5/31/57. Annotated.

Box 66 , Folder 13

Individual shot of Burl Ives (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 66 , Folder 14

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Charlton Heston, Jean Simmons, Caroll Baker, Gregory Peck and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 38 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 15

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler and crew (b/w, 7x9) 2 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 16

Individual shots of W.Wyler (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler (b/w, 11x14) 3 photos.

 

CARRIE (1952)

Box 11 , Folder 6

Script. SISTER CARRIE. By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. 7/20/50, final white. 137p.

Box 11 , Folder 7

Script. SISTER CARRIE. By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. 7/20/50, final white. Not identical to #6. 137p.

Box 12 , Folder 1

Clippings. Includes trade papers, film publications, and regional U.S. newspapers. Undated letter from Helen Dreiser and reviews of T. Dreiser's novel. 14 items.

Box 12 , Folder 2

Notebook of cast photographs. Includes 92 photos of individual cast members and 17 group photos. All photographs are identified.

Box 12 , Folder 3

Hair and costume stills of Jennifer Jones. 32 photos.

Box 12 , Folder 4

Memos and letters betweem David O. Selznick and W.Wyler. 34 items.

Box 12 , Folder 5

Correspondence w/ David O. Selznick regarding publicity campaign and release of film, 1950-1952. 6 items.

Box 12 , Folder 6

Miscellaneous notes on a conference held on 11/9/49 with W.Wyler, Selznick, Koenig, Ruth and August Goetz. 3 items.

Box 14 , Folder 1

Credits. Main title billing. 1/10/51. 2p.

Box 46 , Folder 2

Bound script. 7/20/50, final. Includes: lists of staff, crew and personnel assigned to production; chronology and shooting schedule. Annotated.

Box 65 , Folder 8

Group shots w/ Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, and other cast members (b/w, 4x5) 16 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 1

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, and various cast members (b/w, 4x5) 5 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

 

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR (1961)

Box 4 , Folder 8

Outline for screenplay by Lillian Hellman. 11/60. 3 copies, 57p. each. First copy annotated.

Box 4 , Folder 9

Discussion of script between Lillian Hellman and William Wyler. 12/2/60. 65p. 2 copies.

Box 4 , Folder 10

Suggested additional scenes and comments by Lillian Hellman. 4/61. 2 copies. 23p. each. Annotated.

Box 5 , Folder 1

Notes on script INFAMOUS. By Lillian Hellman. 5/5/61 to 5/8/61. 31p. 3 copies. First copy annotated.

Box 5 , Folder 2

Script. By Robert Wyler. 10/17/60, 1st draft. 136p. Annotated.

Box 5 , Folder 3

Script. By Robert Wyler. 10/17/60, 1st draft. Annotated. 2 copies. 127p. each.

Box 5 , Folder 4

Script. By Loring Mandel. n.d., 1st draft. 60p. Incomplete.

Box 5 , Folder 5

Script. By Loring Mandel. 1/27/61, 1st draft. 80p. Incomplete. Annotated.

Box 5 , Folder 6

Script. By Loring Mandel and John Michael Hayes. Pages 1-61 by Mandel, dated 1/27/61; pages 62-147 by Hayes, dated 4/4/61.

Box 5 , Folder 7

Script. By John Michael Hayes. n.d., 2nd rev. Incomplete, pages 62-111 only. Annotated.

Box 5 , Folder 8

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 4/18/61, 1st draft. 145p.

Box 6 , Folder 1

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 4/18/61, 1st draft. 242p. Annotated, with inserted pages.

Box 6 , Folder 2

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 4/18/61, 1st draft. Incomplete, pages 2-35A only. Annotated. 5/19/61, 1st rev. Incomplete, pages 2-35A only. Annotated.

Box 6 , Folder 3

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 5/23/61, 1st rev. 150p.

Box 6 , Folder 4

Script. 10/3/61, corrected final, 147p.

Box 6 , Folder 5

Script. 3/61. Incomplete. 111p. Annotated.

Box 6 , Folder 6

Annotated pages of script and notes. Letters from W. Wyler, L. Hellman.

Box 7 , Folder 1

Memos, notes and miscellaneous pages of script by Lillian Hellman. 35 items.

Box 7 , Folder 2

INFAMOUS. Partial shooting schedule covering four weeks. 6/1/61. 9p.

Box 7 , Folder 3

Letter from Audrey Hepburn, 8/5/60; Adlai Stevenson, 1/25/62. Telegram from Shirley MacLaine, 10/23/60. 3 items.

Box 7 , Folder 4

13 photographs. Includes 8 production stills; 3 photos of artist sketches; 1 publicity still of Audrey Hepburn; 1 group shot w/Shirley MacLaine and W.Wyler.

Box 7 , Folder 5

Press releases and press kits from United Artists and Mirisch Corp. 4 items.

Box 7 , Folder 6

Program. 2 copies.

Box 7 , Folder 7

Publicity schedules, memos, letters and telegrams. 20 items.

Box 8 , Folder 1

Guest lists to premieres and preview. 24 items.

Box 8 , Folder 2

Congratulatory letters. 19 items.

Box 8 , Folder 3

Derogatory letters; draft of a response by William Wyler to derogatory letters. 7 items.

Box 8 , Folder 4

Staff and crew lists. 3 items.

Box 8 , Folder 5

Cast and casting materials for screen tests. 17 items.

Box 8 , Folder 6

Invoices. Includes bills covering a post-production party, lunches by W.Wyler, Mrs. Wyler and Lillian Hellman, and W.Wyler's personal expenses. 23 items.

Box 8 , Folder 7

Correspondence with Loring Mandel, Peter Shaffer, John Michael Hayes and Abby Mann. Notes, memos. 25 items.

Box 8 , Folder 8

Travel information regarding W.Wyler's trip to New York and London. 10/60. 26 items.

Box 8 , Folder 9

Correspondence, clippings, and notes re: proposed titles for the film. 17 items.

Box 8 , Folder 10

Letters and telegrams concerning changes and additions in the script to and from Lillian Hellman. 25 items.

Box 8 , Folder 11

Clippings -- Foreign. Includes reviews and articles from Greece, Germany, England, France, Belgium, Pakistan, Austria. 54 items.

Box 8 , Folder 12

Clippings -- Includes major U.S. newspapers and regional U.S. newspapers. 86 items.

Box 8 , Folder 13

Clippings -- U.S. Trade papers. 26 items.

Box 8 , Folder 14

Clippings -- U.S. Magazines. 12 items.

Box 33 , Folder 5

Lillian Hellman. THE CHILDREN'S HOUR. 1953. 2 copies. Annotated.

Box 41 , Folder 2

Script. Loring Mandel and John Michael Hayes. 1st draft. Pages 1-61 by Loring Mandel, 1/27/61; pages 62-147 by John Michael Hayes, 4/4/61.

Box 41 , Folder 3

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 1st draft, 4/18/61. 145p.

Box 41 , Folder 4

Script. INFAMOUS. By John Michael Hayes. 5/23/61, 1st rev. script. 150p. 2 copies, incl. one annotated with revised inserts.

Box 42 , Folder 1

Script. 10/3/61, corrected final script. 147p. 3 copies. First copy annotated.

Box 42 , Folder 2

INFAMOUS. Staff and crew lists. 2 items.

Box 50 , Folder 1

Bound script. 10/3/61, corrected final script as shot. Includes: facts about THE CHILDREN'S HOUR; list of cast and staff.

Box 68 , Folder 13

Individual and group shots w/ Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine and James Garner (b/w, 9x12) 23 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 14

Individual and group shots w/ Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, James Garner, Miriam Hopkins, Fay Bainter, et al. (b/w, 9x10) 34 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 15

Group shots w/ Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, Miriam Hopkins, (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 16

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, and other cast and crew members (b/w, 9x12) 52 photos.

Box 68 , Folder 17

Off-camera shots. Includes: 1 two-shot of Audrey Hepburn and James Garner (b/w, 9x9); 5 group shots w/ W.Wyler, James Garner, Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin (b/w, 8x10) 6 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 5

Off-camera shots. Includes: 4 group shots w/ W.Wyler, Shirley MacLaine, James Garner and various cast members (b/w, 9x13); 1 off-camera shot w/ W.Wyler and Shirley MacLaine (b/w, 10x13) 5 photos.

 

THE COLLECTOR (1965)

Box 30 , Folder 14

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. n.d. 120p. Note: "II" handwritten on cover. Annotated.

Box 30 , Folder 15

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. n.d. 144p. Note: "III, Two Cellar Ending" handwritten on cover. Annotated.

Box 30 , Folder 16

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 1/31/64. 123p. Incomplete. Note: "IV" handwritten on cover. Annotated.

Box 30 , Folder 17

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 2/21/64, 1st estimating draft. 134p.

Box 31 , Folder 1

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 3/16/64, final. 145p.

Box 31 , Folder 2

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 4/30/64, rev. final. 144p. Incomplete. Annotated.

Box 31 , Folder 3

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 4/30/64, rev. final. 144p.

Box 31 , Folder 4

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 3/16/64, final draft. Revised and annotated by W.Wyler. Note on cover: "VII." 248p. plus 11p. scene breakdown. Annotated.

Box 31 , Folder 5

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers.

Box 32 , Folder 1

Clippings -- British and French magazines, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 32 , Folder 2

Clippings -- French and British newspapers, major U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, film publications. 60 items.

Box 32 , Folder 3

Clippings -- Full page U.S. trade paper ads. 26 items.

Box 32 , Folder 4

Press brochure "A Production Preview of William Wyler's THE COLLECTOR". Promotional materials, screening invitations, trade paper clippings. 9 items.

Box 32 , Folder 5

Press brochures. 10 items.

Box 32 , Folder 6

Campaign status reports. Includes: Report #2, 5/19/65, 10p.; Report #3, 6/25/65 (2 copies, not identical), 10p. and 11p.

Box 32 , Folder 7

Press release, n.d.; teasers on Samantha Eggar, 4/16/65 (3p.) and 4/20/65 (rev., 3p.); letter from the Columbia publicity office to W.Wyler, 6/16/65; proof-sheet of a special gimmick ad. 5 items.

Box 32 , Folder 8

Dialogue. French translation. n.d. 45p.

Box 32 , Folder 9

Correspondence on foreign censorship. Includes: 3 items on Thailand; 6 on Manila and the Philippines; 9 on Egypt; 7 on New Zealand. 25 items.

Box 32 , Folder 10

Audience reaction test, conducted for Columbia Pictures by Audience Studies Inc., 12/20/64.

Box 32 , Folder 11

12 photographs. Includes: 10 group shots of THE COLLECTOR party; 1 photo of a window display advertising the film.

Box 32 , Folder 12

Copy of The Green Sheet publication, 11/65; award certificate from Terror Magazine; lists of names. 7 items.

Box 42 , Folder 8

Treatment by Terry Southern. 3/63. 64p.

Box 43 , Folder 1

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 2/21/64, 1st estimating draft. 134p.

Box 43 , Folder 2

Script. By Stanley Mann and John Kohn. 4/30/64, rev. final draft. 144p. Annotated.

Box 43 , Folder 3

Screen credits, revised versions. 11/11/64 - 1/12/65.

Box 50 , Folder 2

Bound script. 4/30/64, rev. final draft. Screenplay by Stanley Mann and John Kohn.

Box 56 , Folder 6

Script breakdown, 2/5/64, 5p. (2 copies); continuity breakdown, annotated, 13p. (3 copies); test scenes, correspondence, clippings.

Box 56 , Folder 7

Shooting schedules; music cues; miscellaneous correspondence; crew sheets, unit lists.

Box 56 , Folder 8

Correspondence w/ Gore Vidal, 1964 (3 items), John Fowles (2 items), Natalie Wood, Kirk Douglas, and others.

Box 56 , Folder 9

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, French newspapers.

Box 56 , Folder 10

Cannes Film Festival. 1965. Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications, British newspapers, French newspapers.

Box 68 , Folder 18

Individual and group shots w/ Samantha Eggar, Terence Stamp, et al. Some stills are annotated (b/w, 8x10) 90 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Samantha Eggar, Terence Stamp, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 80 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler and various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 20 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 3

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Samantha Eggar, Terence Stamp, cast and crew members (b/w, 7x9) 66 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 4

Individual shots of Samantha Eggar (b/w, 8x10) 42 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 5

Individual shots of Samantha Eggar (b/w, various sizes) 4 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 6

Proof-sheets and transparencies of make-up and wardrobe tests for Samantha Eggar 11 proof-sheets and 70 transparencies.

Box 69 , Folder 7

Individual shots of W.Wyler (1, b/w, 8x10; 1, 7x9) 2 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 8

Photographs of British premiere, 10/65. Annotations on back of photos (b/w, 8x10) 5 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 4

Off-camera shot of W.Wyler (b/w, 12x15) 1 photo.

Box 75 , Folder 6

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Samantha Eggar and Terence Stamp (b/w, 11x14) 4 photos

Box 80 , Folder 9

Proof-sheets for advertisements. 14 items.

 

COME AND GET IT (1936)

Box 54 , Folder 4

Group shots w/ Frances Farmer and Edward Arnold (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 61 , Folder 4

Bound script. 8/19/36, revisions for retakes. Annotated.

 

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW (1933)

Box 53 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels, Doris Kenyon, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 16 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels, Doris Kenyon, various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 3

Photographs w/ W.Wyler and Elmer Rice (2, b/w, 3x4; 1, b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 55 , Folder 5

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, Mexican newspapers, British newspapers.

Box 55 , Folder 6

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers.

Box 60 , Folder 4

Bound script. n.d. Annotated.

 

DAZE OF THE WEST (1927)

Box 50 , Folder 4

Universal - Westerns (1925-1928). Off-camera shots and production stills w/ W.Wyler, Fred Gilman, cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 12 photos.

 

DEAD END (1937)

Box 43 , Folder 6

Bound script. 8/24/37.

Box 54 , Folder 5

Individual and group shots w/ Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Humphrey Bogart, Claire Trevor, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 87 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 6

Individual and group shots w/ Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Humphrey Bogart, Claire Trevor, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 118 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 7

Individual and group shots w/ Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Humphrey Bogart, Claire Trevor, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 18 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 8

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, other cast and crew members (b/w, 4x6) 14 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 9

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, cinematographer Gregg Toland, and various cast and crew members (b/w, various sizes) 5 photos.

Box 56 , Folder 2

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers.

Box 74 , Folder 9

Production stills. Includes: 1 two-shot w/ Joel McCrea and Sylvia Sidney; 2 off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, Humphrey Bogart, Joel McCrea, Allen Jenkins, et al. (b/w, 10x13) 3 photos.

 

DESERT DUST (1927)

Box 59 , Folder 1

Bound script. 4/18/27. Story and continuity by William Lester.

 

THE DESPERATE HOURS (1955)

Box 25 , Folder 3

45 photographs. Includes: 29 photos of storyboard sketches; 12 portraits of cast in costume; 3 group photos of crowd outside Criterion Theater; 1 group photo w/ W.Wyler, Martha Scott et al.

Box 25 , Folder 4

THE DESPERATE HOURS. Novel condensation, 6p. 2 copies.

Box 25 , Folder 5

Play. THE DESPERATE HOURS. By Joseph Hayes. 1954. 150p.

Box 25 , Folder 6

Script. By Joseph Hayes. 9/20/54. Incomplete, misc. revised pages. Annotated. Includes synopsis of the play, 4p.

Box 25 , Folder 7

Script. By Joseph Hayes. 9/9/54. 172p. Annotated.

Box 26 , Folder 2

Script. By Joseph Hayes. 9/20/54, rev. final. 173p.

Box 26 , Folder 3

Notes on suspense; notes on characterizations; notes on the "white manuscript" (205p.).

Box 26 , Folder 4

Crew lists; timing breakdowns; shooting schedules. 7 items.

Box 26 , Folder 5

Blueprints and layouts of locations. Includes: Hilliard home and Hilliard street, the escape from Soledad prison, and central Indiana. 9 items.

Box 26 , Folder 6

Letters and telegrams concerning casting possibilities, July-Nov 1954. 4 items.

Box 26 , Folder 7

10 letters from critics offering reactions to the proposed filming of the novel; 10 replies from W.Wyler, 1954-1955. 20 items.

Box 26 , Folder 8

Letters and memos concerning revisions and changes in the script and film, Sept-Nov 1954. Includes correspondence between W. Wyler and Joseph Hayes, telegram from Frederick March. 49 items.

Box 26 , Folder 9

Letters and memos concerning approval by the Breen Office and FBI, Sept-Oct 1954. 7 items.

Box 26 , Folder 10

Letters and memos concerning music for the film, Sept 1954-Aug 1955. 13 items.

Box 26 , Folder 11

Letters and memos concerning publicity and promotion of the film, Aug 1954-May 1956. 25 items.

Box 26 , Folder 12

Letters and memos concerning credits for the film, Nov 1954-March 1955; billing sheets. 8 items.

Box 26 , Folder 13

Plans for previews of film; comments on reviews and preview audience reactions; speculation on awards, Aug 1954-May 1956. 15 items.

Box 26 , Folder 14

Letters and telegrams between Joseph Hayes and William Wyler, May 1954-Oct 1955. 24 items.

Box 26 , Folder 15

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications.

Box 27 , Folder 1

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers.

Box 27 , Folder 2

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers.

Box 27 , Folder 3

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers.

Box 27 , Folder 4

Clippings -- Swiss, French, and German newspapers.

Box 27 , Folder 5

Clippings. U.S. trade papers.

Box 27 , Folder 6

Clippings -- Germany, Australia, Lebanon.

Box 27 , Folder 7

Clippings and photographs -- Germany. Includes 18 photos, mostly of bookstore windows and theater displays promoting the film.

Box 28 , Folder 1

Program for the opening of the film on 10/12/55 at the Stanley Warner Beverly Hills Theater. Paramount marketing program. 2 items.

Box 46 , Folder 4

Bound script. 9/20/54, rev. final. Screenplay by Joseph Hayes. Annotated.

Box 66 , Folder 11

Off-camera shots. Includes group shot w/ W.Wyler, Martha Scott, Mary Murphy and Beverly Garland (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 12

Photograph of W. Wyler, Mrs. Wyler, Humphrey Bogart, Penelope and Carol Reed, and Fredric March (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 80 , Folder 7

Costume sketches for Humphrey Bogart and Robert Middleton.

 

DETECTIVE STORY (1951)

Box 28 , Folder 2

Script. By Philip Yordan. Revised by Robert Wyler. 2nd draft, 11/11/50. Note on title page: "Complete 12/9/50." 137p.

Box 28 , Folder 3

Script. By Philip Yordan and Robert Wyler. 2/3/51. 132p. Annotated.

Box 28 , Folder 4

Script. By Philip Yordan and Robert Wyler. 2/3/51 with revisions through 3/17/51. 132p. 2 copies.

Box 28 , Folder 5

Partnership agreement forming The Detective Story Company, 2/17/49; assignment notice of W.Wyler's shares in the company; 8 letters and telegrams concerning the company. 10 items.

Box 28 , Folder 6

Crew list, 2/17/51; cast list, 2/19/51; billing sheet, 6/7/51; memo from Don Robb to W.Wyler about production matters, 3/3/51. 4 items.

Box 28 , Folder 7

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers.

Box 46 , Folder 1

Bound script. 2/3/51. Screenplay by Philip Yordan and Robert Wyler. Annotated.

 

DODSWORTH (1936)

Box 53 , Folder 13

Individual and group shots w/ Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor, David Niven, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 60 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 14

Individual and group shots w/ Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 58 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 15

Individual and group shots w/ Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, David Niven and other cast members. Photographed by Kenneth Alexander (b/w, 8x10) 22 photos. (b/w, 8x10) 60 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 16

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 26 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 17

Individual shots of Ruth Chatterton (b/w, 8x10) 12 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 18

Individual shots of Walter Huston (b/w, 8x10) 10 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 19

Individual shots of Mary Astor (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 20

Photographs of sets (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 21

Photographs of sketches of sets (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 1

Research photographs (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 2

Photographs of W.Wyler, Mary Astor, Walter Huston, David Niven, Merle Oberon and Ruth Chatterton (1, b/w, 8x10; 1, b/w, 4x5) 2 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 3

Photographs of W.Wyler playing the violin (1, b/w, 3x4; 1, b/w, 5x7) 2 photos.

Box 56 , Folder 1

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, German newspapers, British newspapers.

Box 61 , Folder 3

Bound script. n.d. Annotated.

Box 74 , Folder 8

Production stills. Includes: 1 two-shot w/ Walter Huston and Ruth Chatterton; 5 off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, Walter Huston, cast and crew members (b/w, 11x14) 6 photos.

Box 79 , Folder 1

Scrapbook of clippings -- Switzerland 3p.

 

THE FRIENDLY PERSUASION (1956)

Box 12 , Folder 7

Play. THE FRIENDLY PERSUASION. By Jessamyn West. 1953. 103p.

Box 12 , Folder 8

Play. THE FRIENDLY PERSUASION. By Halsey Melone and Jessamyn West. 1955. 120p.

Box 12 , Folder 9

Script. By Jessamyn West. n.d. 193p.

Box 12 , Folder 10

Script. By Michael Wilson. 9/20/46, 1st draft continuity. 2 copies. 161p. each.

Box 13 , Folder 1

Script. By Michael Wilson. 2/13/47, 2nd draft. 159p.

Box 13 , Folder 2

Script. MR. BIRDWELL GOES TO BATTLE. By Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. 7/1/55, temporary. 144p. Annotated.

Box 13 , Folder 3

Script. By Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. 8/18/55, final draft. 163p.

Box 13 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous pages of script. 7/13/55-10/17/55. 32p. Annotated.

Box 13 , Folder 5

Telegrams and letters concerning casting and staff positions. Includes ms. letter by composer Aaron Copland, correspondence with Vivien Leigh and Ingrid Bergman. 8 items.

Box 13 , Folder 6

Letters and memos on legal matters and contracts. 11 items.

Box 13 , Folder 7

Letter to Dimitri Tiomkin concerning music for the film, 9/29/55; synopsis of screenplay by Michael Wilson, 2/13/47.

Box 13 , Folder 8

Press releases and publicity brochures. 21 items.

Box 13 , Folder 9

Memos, letters and telegrams concerning publicity and advertising matters. 17 items.

Box 13 , Folder 10

Congratulatory telegrams. Includes telegrams from Laurence Olivier, Frederick March, Greer Garson. 9 items.

Box 13 , Folder 11

Letters and notes regarding Jessamyn West's involvement in the project (1954-1955); correspondence w/ W.Wyler on pre-production matters and release of film (1956-1957). 21 items.

Box 13 , Folder 12

Correspondence concerning controversy about Michael Wilson's screen credits. 7 items.

Box 14 , Folder 2

Memo on casting for Eliza, 3/7/55; memo on extras for "fair" sequence; billet list for Chico, Ca, 9/6/55; draft billing sheets (4 copies), 2/10/56, and rev. final, 5/22/56. 9 items.

Box 14 , Folder 3

Legal documents and contracts. 10 items.

Box 14 , Folder 4

Letters and memos concerning the writing credits and legal procedures initiated by Michael Wilson over the writing credits. Sworn affidavits and clippings from trade papers, U.S. newspapers. 37 items.

Box 14 , Folder 5

Background materials on Quakers. 5 items.

Box 14 , Folder 6

Cannes Film Festival, 1957. Includes W.Wyler with Palme d'Or award. 21 photos.

Box 14 , Folder 7

Cannes Film Festival, 1957. Clippings, telegrams, correspondence and programs.

Box 14 , Folder 8

Clippings. Includes U.S. magazines, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers. 63 items.

Box 14 , Folder 9

Clippings. Trade papers, U.S. magazines, and film publications. 54 items.

Box 14 , Folder 10

Transcripts of interviews with W.Wyler. Includes 1 page of an interview, 10/19/56, and an 11 page interview, n.d.

Box 47 , Folder 1

Bound script. 8/18/55, final. Screenplay by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler. Includes: lists of cast and staff; music plot; shooting schedule; breakdown of shooting time; synopsis. Annotated.

Box 47 , Folder 2

Bound script. 8/18/55, final. Screenplay by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler.

Box 66 , Folder 17

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, et al. (b/w, 4x5) 200 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, et al. (b/w, 4x5) 200 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, et al. (b/w, 4x5) 26 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 3

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Phyllis Love, Richard Eyer, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 5 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, various cast and crew members (b/w, 4x5) 112 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 5

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, composer Dmitri Tiomkin, screenwriter Jessamyn West, Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 26 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 6

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Richard Eyer and crew members (1, b/w, 8x12; 2, b/w, 7x9); 1 transparency of Dorothy McGuire in costume (4x5) 4 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 7

Individual shot of W.Wyler (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 67 , Folder 8

Photo of Los Angeles premiere. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Samuel Goldwyn, Dorothy McGuire, Mrs. Wyler and daughters Cathy and Judy (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 9

Photographs of premiere in France (1, b/w, 6x9; 1 b/w, 9x9) 2 photos.

Box 67 , Folder 10

Photographs of W.Wyler, Mrs. Wyler, Michele Morgan, Ann Miller, Eve-Marie Saint (b/w, 8x10) 11 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins and various cast members (b/w, 10x13) 60 photos.

 

FUNNY GIRL (1968)

Box 1 , Folder 1

Description of sets. n.d. 51p.

Box 1 , Folder 2

Music spotting notes. n.d. 10p.

Box 1 , Folder 3

Cast list for "Bride" production number (2 copies) and shooting schedule breakdown (6 copies).

Box 1 , Folder 4

Play. First play script. n.d. Incomplete. 93p. Annotated.

Box 1 , Folder 5

Script. FANNY. 1960. 179p.

Box 1 , Folder 6

Script. MY MAN. By Isobel Lennart. 10/20/60, 1st rev. 137p. Annotated.

Box 1 , Folder 7

Script. By Sidney Buchman. 9/25/66. 126p.

Box 1 , Folder 8

Script. By Sidney Buchman. 11/7/66, rev. 130p. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 1

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 3/21/67. 137p. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 2

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 3/21/67. Incomplete. 117p.

Box 2 , Folder 3

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 4/11/67, estimating draft. 131p. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 4

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 4/11/67, estimating draft. 131p. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 5

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 4/11/67, estimating draft. 123p. Incomplete. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 6

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 6/27/67, 2nd rev. 143p. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 7

Script. 7/24/67. 143p. Annotated.

Box 3 , Folder 1

Script. 8/3/67, final shooting script. 143p.

Box 3 , Folder 2

Script. 7/24/68, combined continuity. 206 p.

Box 3 , Folder 3

Campaign status report. 3/68. 25p.

Box 33 , Folder 4

Isobel Lennart. FUNNY GIRL. 1964.

Box 40 , Folder 2

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 3/21/67. 137p.

Box 40 , Folder 3

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 4/11/67, estimating draft. 131p.

Box 40 , Folder 4

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 6/27/67, 2nd rev. 143p.

Box 40 , Folder 5

Script. By Isobel Lennart. 8/3/67, final shooting script. 143p. 2 copies.

Box 41 , Folder 1

Script. By Isobel Lennart. Final shooting script with revised inserts, staff and crew lists. Annotated.

Box 48 , Folder 8

Music. Includes: list of musical numbers; recording schedule; cast and crew tribute to Barbra Streisand; songs, in German; published vocal score by Jule Styne and Bob Merrill.

Box 48 , Folder 9

Staff, cast and crew lists; casting and rehearsal material; stationery, 2 sheets.

Box 48 , Folder 10

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. radio and television transcriptions, U.S. magazines, British newspapers, French newspapers, Canadian newspapers.

Box 49 , Folder 1

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, British newspapers; press releases.

Box 49 , Folder 2

Programs, invitations, publicity materials. 16 items.

Box 49 , Folder 3

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers.

Box 49 , Folder 4

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers.

Box 69 , Folder 12

Group shots w/ Barbra Streisand, Omar Shariff, Walter Pidgeon, Lee Allen, et al. ( b/w, 8x10) 80 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 13

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Herbert Ross, Barbra Streisand, Elliott Gould, Omar Shariff and cast members (b/w, 8x10) 25 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 14

Individual shots of Barbra Streisand (b/w, 8x10) 51 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 15

Individual shots of Omar Shariff (b/w, 8x10) 16 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 16

Individual shots of various cast members, identified (b/w, 8x10) 13 photos.

Box 75 , Folder 7

Individual shots of Barbra Streisand (b/w, 9x12) 5 photos.

 

THE GAY DECEPTION (1935)

Box 53 , Folder 8

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Frances Dee and Francis Lederer (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 61 , Folder 1

Bound script. 5/29/35, final draft continuity. By Stephen Avery and Don Hartman. Additional dialogue by Arthur Richman. Annotated.

 

GLAMOUR (1934)

Box 55 , Folder 7

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers.

Box 60 , Folder 5

Bound script. 1/27/34, final script. Based on a story by Edna Farber. Screenplay by Doris Anderson. Continuity by Gladys Unger. Annotated.

 

THE GOOD FAIRY (1935)

Box 53 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Margaret Sullavan, Reginald Owen, Herbert Marshall, Carl Laemmle Sr, various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 5

Photographs of W.Wyler, Margaret Sullavan, Reginald Owen and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 6

Individual shots of Margaret Sullavan (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 7

Photographs of W.Wyler and Margaret Sullavan (b/w, 8x10) 11 photos.

Box 55 , Folder 8

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers.

Box 74 , Folder 6

Off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, Margaret Sullavan, Carl Laemmle Sr, Herbert Marshall, cast and crew members (1, b/w, 11x14; 1, b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

 

GUN JUSTICE (1927)

Box 58 , Folder 6

Bound script. n.d. By William Lester. Volume also includes script HOLLYWOOD OR BUST, by William Engle; continuity by William Lester, 10/14/26.

 

THE HEIRESS (1949)

Box 23 , Folder 9

Play. THE HEIRESS. By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. 2/9/48. 145p.

Box 23 , Folder 10

Play. THE HEIRESS. By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. 2/9/48. Same as #9.

Box 24 , Folder 1

Script. By Ruth and Augustus Goetz. 6/7/48. 174p.

Box 24 , Folder 2

48 photographs. Includes photos of art work, architecture and city life. Each photo is individually identified on the back.

Box 24 , Folder 3

Research materials. Includes: 10 photos of costume sketches; 6 magazine clippings; article "'48 American scene 100 years ago was similar to that today"; 3 reports on fashion. 20 items.

Box 24 , Folder 4

Awards. Congratulatory telegrams; magazine ads; clippings; correspondence on Seventeen magazine award; memos on the exploitation of Academy Award nominations. 23 items.

Box 24 , Folder 5

Cast sheet, 11/11/48 (3 copies); billing sheet (9/24/48). 4 items.

Box 24 , Folder 5

Memo from Paul Nathan to W.Wyler offering congratulations on the film, 8/9/49; congratulatory letter from Robert Lewen to W.Wyler; program in French. 3 items.

Box 24 , Folder 6

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications. 33 items

Box 24 , Folder 7

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers. 103 items.

Box 24 , Folder 8

Clippings -- England. 2 scrapbooks. 12p. and 21p.

Box 24 , Folder 9

Clippings -- Germany, Panama, Philippines. 12 items.

Box 24 , Folder 10

Clippings -- France, Beligium, Switzerland. 54 items.

Box 24 , Folder 11

Article "Henry James into Film", by DeWitt Bodeen, Films in Review, 3/77. Includes references to THE HEIRESS.

Box 24 , Folder 12

Photo reproductions of sketches.

Box 25 , Folder 1

Photo reproductions of sketches.

Box 25 , Folder 2

Photo reproductions of sketches.

Box 26 , Folder 1

Original score by Aaron Copland, with music cues for film.

Box 45 , Folder 4

Bound script. 6/7/48. Screenplay by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Annotated.

Box 65 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson, Miriam Hopkins, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 51 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson, Miriam Hopkins, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 46 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 3

Individual and group shots w/ Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson, Miriam Hopkins, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 44 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson, Miriam Hopkins and various cast and crew members (b/w, 7x9) 132 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 5

Off-camera shots. Includes: 19 group shots w/ W.Wyler, Olivia de Havilland, cast and crew members (b/w, 7x9); 1 photo of W.Wyler and his wife (b/w, 8x10); 1 photo of W.Wyler (b/w, 8x10). 21 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 6

Individual shots of Olivia de Havilland (18, b/w, 7x9; 1, b/w, 8x10) 19 photos.

Box 65 , Folder 7

Photographs of party for cast and crew, w/ W.Wyler, Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Miriam Hopkins, et al., 9/11/48 (b/w, 3x4) 20 photos.

Box 74 , Folder 13

Production stills. Includes: 19 individual and group shots w/ Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson, et al.; 2 off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, cast and crew (b/w, 10x13) 21 photos.

Box 74 , Folder 14

Production stills w/ story captions (b/w, 10x13) 16 photos.

Box 80 , Folder 6

Exhibitors' press book (32p); press book with Academy award nominations. 2 items.

 

HELL'S HEROES (1929)

Box 49 , Folder 8

Clippings -- trade papers, German newspapers.

Box 51 , Folder 13

Individual and group shots w/ Charles Bickford, Fred Kohler, Fritzi Ridgeway, Maria Alba and Raymond Hatton (b/w, 8x10) 81 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 14

Off-camera shots. Includes: 19 group shots and landscapes (b/w, 8x10); 1 group shot (b/w 4x6) 20 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 15

Research photographs. Includes photos of Bodie, California, with annotations. 25 photos.

Box 59 , Folder 5

Bound script. 8/6/29. Orig. THREE GODFATHERS. Story by Peter B. Kyne. Dramatization by Tom Reed. Also includes continuity, 7/13/29.

 

HER FIRST MATE (1933)

Box 52 , Folder 16

Individual and group shots w/ Slim Summerville, Zasu Pitts and Una Merkel (b/w, 8x10) 6 photos and 1 negative.

Box 52 , Folder 17

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Slim Summerville, Zasu Pitts (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 55 , Folder 4

Clippings. Trade papers, film publications.

Box 60 , Folder 3

Bound script. 5/8/33. Orig. SALT WATER. Screenplay by Earle Snell, H.M. Walker and Clarence J. Marks. Annotated.

Box 74 , Folder 5

Two-shot w/ Zasu Pitts and Slim Summerville (b/w, 11x14) 1 photo.

 

A HOUSE DIVIDED (1931)

Box 49 , Folder 10

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, Mexican newspapers.

Box 52 , Folder 8

Individual and group shots w/ Walter Huston, Kent Douglass, Helen Chandler and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 27 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 9

Off-camera shots. Includes: 8 group shots w/W.Wyler, Kent Douglass, William Huston, Vivien Oakland and various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10); 1 group shot w/W.Wyler and crew (b/w 7x9). 10 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 10

Negatives of off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler and Kent Douglass. Two correspond to off-camera shots in Box 70, Folder 2 (8x10) 5 negatives.

Box 60 , Folder 1

Bound script. n.d. Orig. HEART AND HAND. Story by Olive Edens.

 

HOW TO STEAL A MILLION (1966)

Box 28 , Folder 11

Script. VENUS RISING. By Harry Kurnitz. 1/7/65, 1st rev. 140p.

Box 28 , Folder 12

Script. VENUS RISING. By Harry Kurnitz. 5/14/65, 2nd rev. 153p.

Box 29 , Folder 1

Script. VENUS RISING. 148p. Annotated. Dated changes on several pages.

Box 29 , Folder 2

Script. n.d. 132p. Annotated.

Box 29 , Folder 3

Continuity and dialogue taken from moviola. 6/14/66.

Box 29 , Folder 4

French dialogue. n.d. Annotated.

Box 29 , Folder 5

Suggestions for changes in the script from Darryl F. Zanuck, Joseph Chapman, Dennis Cannan and others. 8 items.

Box 29 , Folder 6

Sequence breakdown. 5/21/65. 93p.

Box 29 , Folder 7

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications. 32 items.

Box 29 , Folder 8

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications. 18 items.

Box 29 , Folder 9

Clippings -- Major U.S. newspapers, foreign newspapers and magazines. Includes reviews, ads and articles. 14 items.

Box 29 , Folder 10

Programs and premiere invitations. 9 items.

Box 29 , Folder 11

Proof-sheets of advertisements. 8 items.

Box 30 , Folder 1

Press information. Includes: press releases, photograph captions, etc. 7 items.

Box 30 , Folder 2

Text of Life magazine article. n.d.

Box 30 , Folder 3

Correspondence concerning general and miscellaneous promotion and publicity matters, June 1965-Jan 1967. Includes correspondence between W. Wyler and Darryl F. Zanuck. 18 items.

Box 30 , Folder 4

Correspondence concerning a television documentary about the film. 16 items.

Box 30 , Folder 5

Billing list, 4/25/66; correspondence on matters relating to credits. 8 items.

Box 30 , Folder 6

Cast list, 8/31/65; notes concerning cast members, including George C. Scott (who was replaced by Eli Wallach) and Hugh Griffith. 8 items.

Box 30 , Folder 7

Tentative unit list, 7/20/65; unit list, 8/25/65; correspondence concerning crew and staff, including letter to W. Wyler from John Huston, 4/26/65. 24 items.

Box 30 , Folder 8

Music notes, 4/4/66, 9p.; correspondence concerning music for the film. 4 items.

Box 30 , Folder 9

Letters, notes and memos concerning various aspects of production. 26 items.

Box 30 , Folder 10

12 photographs. Includes: 5 portraits of W.Wyler; 6 group shots w/ W.Wyler, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Ursula Andress, et al.; l photo of an office, showing a window and desk.

Box 30 , Folder 11

Congratulatory letters and telegrams. Includes memos and telegrams to W. Wyler from Darryl F. Zanuck and Richard Zanuck. 18 items.

Box 30 , Folder 12

Correspondence concerning housing and car rentals in France. Includes letters from Lotte Eisner, curator of the Cinematheque Francaise, as well as Audrey Hepburn, and Darryl F. Zanuck. 40 items.

Box 30 , Folder 13

Invitation list for party, 7/31/66; notice of film selected one of the year's ten best by The Film Daily; treatment for trailer, 3/26/66; documents on audience reactions at previews. 12 items.

Box 69 , Folder 9

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Hugh Griffith, Charles Boyer, Audrey Hepburn, Eli Wallach, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 38 photos.

Box 69 , Folder 10

Proof-sheet of W.Wyler (b/w) 1 proof-sheet.

Box 69 , Folder 11

Photograph of W.Wyler, Harry Kurnitz and Freddy Kohlmar, Paris, 1965 (b/w, 7x9) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 3

Off-camera shot of W.Wyler (b/w, 11x12) 1 photo.

 

JEZEBEL (1938)

Box 43 , Folder 7

Bound script. 10/13/37, final.

Box 54 , Folder 10

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Fay Bainter, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 103 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 11

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Fay Bainter, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 103 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 12

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Bette Davis, Henry Fonda and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 24 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 13

Off-camera shots. Includes: 1 group shot w/ W.Wyler, Bette Davis and George Brent (b/w, 7x9); 1 group shot w/ W.Wyler, Henry Fonda and Leland Hayward (b/w, 4x5) 2 photos.

Box 54 , Folder 14

Individual shots of Bette Davis (b/w, 8x10) 34 photos.

Box 56 , Folder 3

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Negative of a photograph w/ W.Wyler and Bette Davis. 1 negative.

 

LAZY LIGHTNING (1926)

Box 50 , Folder 12

Universal westerns (1925-1928). Off-camera shots and production stills w/ Art Acord and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 42 photos.

 

THE LETTER (TV 1956)

Box 3 , Folder 7

Letters and telegrams. Includes telegrams from Bob Sarnoff, Lew Wasserman, Saul Jaffe, Mort Abrahams. 32 items.

Box 3 , Folder 8

Clippings -- U.S. Includes magazines, trade papers, U.S. newspapers, and regional U.S. newspapers. 17 items.

Box 3 , Folder 9

Blueprint of sets. 1 item.

Box 3 , Folder 10

Scripts for commercials. 9 items.

Box 3 , Folder 11

Production staff lists (2 copies, n.d.) and cast lists (3 copies, 10/15/56).

Box 3 , Folder 12

Studio rehearsal schedules. 10/15/56. 3 items.

Box 3 , Folder 13

Text of announcer's speech between acts; memo announcing estimating meeting (9/25/56). 3 items.

Box 3 , Folder 14

Script. By Joseph Schrank. n.d., 1st draft. 140p. Annotated.

Box 3 , Folder 15

Script. 9/24/56, 1st rev. 100 p.

Box 3 , Folder 16

Script. 10/4/56, rev. final. 78p.

Box 4 , Folder 1

Script. 10/4/56, rev. final. Annotated. 78p.

Box 4 , Folder 2

Script. By Howard Koch. 4/5/40, temporary. 112p.

Box 4 , Folder 3

Script. By Howard Koch. 4/10/40, rev. temporary. 128p. Annotated.

Box 4 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous script pages, some marked as "retakes". 5/24/40, 10/12/40, 10/16/40, n.d., total of 26p.

Box 4 , Folder 5

Dialogue transcript. 11/5/40. Total 46p. Annotated.

Box 4 , Folder 6

Suggested methods of treatment by Robert Stevenson. 8/26/39. 37p.

Box 4 , Folder 7

Play. THE LETTER. n.d. 104 p.

Box 44 , Folder 3

Bound script. n.d. Screenplay by Howard Koch. Annotated.

Box 63 , Folder 4

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson, Sen Yung, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 57 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 5

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson, Sen Yung, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 52 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 6

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 7

Individual shots of Bette Davis (b/w, 8x10) 16 photos.

 

THE LIBERATION OF L.B.JONES (1970)

Box 9 , Folder 3

Correspondence offering reactions to the novel. 11 items.

Box 9 , Folder 4

Clippings and reviews of the novel. 6 items.

Box 9 , Folder 5

Article about Jesse Hill Ford, The Commercial Appeal Mid-South Magazine, Memphis, Tn, 4/24/66; short story WINTERKILL by Jesse Hill Ford, Esquire, n.d.

Box 9 , Folder 6

Budget. 5/9/69, based on script 4/24/69; one page dated 5/1/69. 25p.

Box 9 , Folder 7

Estimated timing sheet. 4/4/69, based on script 3/15/69. 10p.

Box 9 , Folder 8

Sketchbook. Scenes 30 (Sonny Boy jumps off the train); 67 (Sonny Boy and Mama meet); 93B (L.B.Jones at Mama Lavorn's); 135 (Negro cemetery); 302 (Steve and Nella leave); 307 (Tag). 2 copies.

Box 9 , Folder 9

Correspondence concerning the script. Includes letter from Jesse Hill Ford. 2 items.

Box 9 , Folder 10

Play. Act II and III. 6/13/66. 2 copies. 130p. each. One copy annotated.

Box 9 , Folder 11

Script. By Stirling Silliphant. 3/68. 136p.

Box 10 , Folder 2

Script. By Stirling Silliphant. 5/68. 117p.

Box 10 , Folder 3

Script. n.d. Includes letters from Ron Lubin, 9/18/68, and Stirling Silliphant, 9/18/68. 113p.

Box 10 , Folder 4

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 10/31/68. 179p. Annotated.

Box 10 , Folder 5

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 12/4/68, 4th draft, 154p. Annotated, with "notes on changes from other script versions."

Box 10 , Folder 6

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 12/4/68, 4th draft, 154p.

Box 10 , Folder 7

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 1/6/69. 175p. Annotated.

Box 11 , Folder 3

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 5/11/69, revised final draft. 144p.

Box 11 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous pages of script and notes. 21 items.

Box 11 , Folder 5

German dialogue translation. n.d. 92p. Includes a letter from Erich Muller, 6/12/70.

Box 11 , Folder 1

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 3/15/69. Includes "Estimated Timing," and "Shooting Schedule." 164p. Annotated.

Box 11 , Folder 2

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 4/24/69, final draft. 130p.

Box 42 , Folder 4

Script. By Stirling Silliphant and Jesse Hill Ford. 5/11/69, rev. final draft. 144p. Annotated by W.Wyler. Duplicate of script in Box 11, Folder 3.

Box 42 , Folder 5

One-line continuity, 9p; new scene, 7/10/69, 3p.; alternative scene, 7/8/69, 3p.

Box 42 , Folder 6

Columbia Studio reading and summary of script, 3p; outline of book, 3/10/65, 2p.

Box 42 , Folder 7

Staff and crew lists. 2 items.

Box 70 , Folder 1

Off-camera shot w/ W.Wyler and various crew members (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 70 , Folder 2

Portrait shots of Roscoe Lee Browne (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 3

Photographs of New York premiere. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Mrs. Wyler, Lola Falana, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 22 photos.

 

THE LITTLE FOXES (1941)

Box 28 , Folder 10

Clippings. British newspapers, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications. 54 items.

Box 44 , Folder 4

Bound script. 4/15/41. Annotated.

Box 63 , Folder 8

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Teresa Wright, Herbert Marshall, Richard Carlson, Patricia Collinge, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 78 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 9

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Teresa Wright, Herbert Marshall, Richard Carlson, Patricia Collinge, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 73 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Bette Davis, Teresa Wright, Herbert Marshall, Richard Carlson, Patricia Collinge, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 83 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Bette Davis, Teresa Wright, Herbert Marshall, Patricia Collinge, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 39 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 3

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Samuel Goldwyn, Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, other cast and crew members (7, b/w, 7x9; 24, b/w, 4x5) 31 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright, Dr. Bertram Woolfan, various cast and crew members (b/w, 7x9) 7 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 5

Individual shots of Bette Davis (b/w, 8x10) 22 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 6

Photographs of W.Wyler, various cast and crew members in set, celebrating Wyler's birthday, 7/1/41 (5, b/w, 8x10; 4, b/w, 4x5) 9 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 7

Photographs of stage production of THE LITTLE FOXES, starring Tallulah Bankead, [1939?] (b/w, 8x10) 21 photos.

Box 79 , Folder 2

Scrapbook of clippings -- U.S. 3p.

 

THE LOVE TRAP (1929)

Box 49 , Folder 7

Clippings -- trades, German newspapers. Publicity materials.

Box 51 , Folder 9

Group shots w/ Laura La Plante, Neil Hamilton, Norman Trevor, Jocelyn Lee, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 77 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 10

Individual shots of Laura La Plante (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 11

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Laura La Plante, Neil Hamilton and various crew members (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 12

Photographs of sets (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 59 , Folder 4

Bound script. n.d. Orig. EVIDENCE. Story by Edward J. Montagne. Adaptation by John B. Clymer. Continuity by John B. Clymer and Clarence J.Marks. Also includes dialogue version by C. Thompson, 5/25/29.

Box 74 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Laura La Plante, Neil Hamilton and various cast members (b/w, 11x14) 7 photos.

 

MEMPHIS BELLE (1944)

Box 0 , Folder 0

6 posters. Moved to Map Case at Arts Special Collections.

Box 20 , Folder 12

Report on bombing mission, 5p.(2 copies);corrected schedule for Memphis Belle tour, 5p.(2 copies);explanation of photographic shortcomings in bombing missions sequences,2p.; MGM writers list. 7 items.

Box 20 , Folder 13

Daily reports on production and schedules of activities. Misc., 7/19/43 - 12/15/43.

Box 20 , Folder 14

Scripts: IN DAYLIGHT TODAY (11p.);THE LAST MISSION (25p.);8TH AIR FORCE (15p.);THE BATTLE OF RUSSIA (20p.). Also narration, continuity and dialogue. Some material is dated and annotated. 17 items.

Box 23 , Folder 1

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, film publications. 213 items.

Box 23 , Folder 2

Music sheets. 18 items.

Box 33 , Folder 2

Autographed note from Fanny Hurst: "You have given us the finest record of this war".

Box 79 , Folder 4

Clippings. 1p.

Box 80 , Folder 10

13 cells of airplane configuration (10x12).

Box 80 , Folder 11

4 maps of North Atlantic. Includes: 3 hand-drawn; 1 hand-colored.

Box 80 , Folder 12

8 color lobby-cards (11x14).

 

MRS. MINIVER (1942)

Box 7 , Folder 13

Script. 10/18/41. 160p.

Box 7 , Folder 14

Script. 7/29/41, 8/6/41, temporary. 159p. Annotated.

Box 8 , Folder 15

Congratulatory telegrams. One from David O. Selznick. 4 items.

Box 8 , Folder 16

Clippings -- U.S. 1942-1943 and undated. Includes trade papers, major U.S. newspapers, and regional U.S. newspapers. 90 items.

Box 8 , Folder 17

Clippings -- U.S. and Canada. 1942. Includes trade papers, major U.S. newspapers, and regional U.S. and Canadian newspapers. 76 items.

Box 8 , Folder 18

Clippings -- U.S. 1943. Includes trade papers and regional U.S. newspapers. 25 items.

Box 8 , Folder 19

Clippings -- U.S. 1943. Includes trade papers, major U.S. newspapers, and regional U.S. newspapers. 25 items.

Box 8 , Folder 20

Clippings -- U.S. 1943. Includes trade papers and regional U.S. newspapers. 31 items.

Box 9 , Folder 1

Clippings -- United Kingdom. 117 items.

Box 9 , Folder 2

Clippings -- France, Germany. 6 items.

Box 10 , Folder 1

Copy of contract. 9/5/41. Correspondence re: contract.

Box 45 , Folder 1

Bound script. 10/22/41. Annotated.

Box 45 , Folder 2

Bound script. Copy of the script as presented to the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 8/21/42.

Box 64 , Folder 8

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler and Greer Garson (1, b/w, 7x10; 1, b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 9

Individual shots of W.Wyler (2, b/w, 4x5; 2, b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 64 , Folder 10

Negative of an individual shot of W.Wyler contained in Box 76, Folder 2. 1 negative.

Box 74 , Folder 11

Photograph of French award to the film, 1946 (b/w, 11x14) 2 photos.

Box 79 , Folder 3

Scrapbook of clippings. 9p.

 

ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953)

Box 15 , Folder 4

Treatment by Robert Wyler of HELENE by Vicki Baum. n.d. 32p.

Box 15 , Folder 5

Paramount International News. 5/17/54, v.12, n.5. 2 copies.

Box 15 , Folder 6

Press brochure: "An Introduction to Audrey Hepburn" by Dorothy Kilgallen.

Box 15 , Folder 7

Clippings. Includes trade papers, U.S. magazines, major U.S. newspapers, and regional U.S. newspapers. 46 items.

Box 15 , Folder 8

2 cast and staff lists, one undated and one dated, 3/18/53 (staff), 5/30/53 (cast) with attached memo dated 12/18/53.

Box 15 , Folder 9

Congratulatory letters. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 10

Congratulatory letters, telegrams and memos. Correspondence with Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, Kirk Douglas. 1954. 19 items.

Box 15 , Folder 11

Transcript of proceedings at the Warner Brothers Beverly Hills Theater, 2/24/54, 18p.; transcript of radio program "This Fabulous Hollywood", hosted by George Fisher, 2/24/54, 7p.

Box 15 , Folder 12

Script. By Ben Hecht. 11/5/51, 2nd draft. 136p.

Box 15 , Folder 13

Script. By Ian McLellan Hunter. 3/1/50, rev. 174p.

Box 15 , Folder 14

Script. By Ian McLellan Hunter. 9/49. 128p. Note on cover: Original Screenplay I.

Box 15 , Folder 15

Script. By Ian McLellan Hunter. 3/1/50. 174p. Note on cover: Capra Version II.

Box 15 , Folder 16

Script. By Ian McLellan Hunter. 3/1/50. 131p. Annotated. Note on cover: III, same as II only cut down.

Box 16 , Folder 2

Advertising brochure: "Paramount Showmanship Manual".

Box 16 , Folder 3

Clippings. U.S. Magazines and trade papers. 17 items.

Box 16 , Folder 4

Props. Includes: 3 newspapers printed for use in film; 2 photographed hand-drawn, ink-colored coat of arms, with cut-out of motto. 5 items.

Box 16 , Folder 5

Biography of W.Wyler, n.d., 7p; schedule of events for week of 2/23/54. Paramount press release, n.d. 2p.

Box 16 , Folder 5

Synopsis of VACANCES A PARIS by Odette Ferry. 7/6/55. 9p. plus cover letter.

Box 16 , Folder 6

Correspondence. 1957-1960. Includes carbon copy typed letter to John Huston recommending production personnel in Rome, 1/24/57; correspondence re: unauthorized Soviet sneak preview, 1960.

Box 16 , Folder 7

Script. By Ben Hecht. 7/10/51, 1st draft. 134p. Note on cover: IV.

Box 16 , Folder 8

Script. By Ben Hecht. 11/5/51, 2nd draft. 136p.

Box 16 , Folder 9

Script. By Ben Hecht. 11/5/51, 2nd draft. 136p. Annotated. Note on cover: V, Hecht II, Happy Ending.

Box 16 , Folder 10

Script. By Ben Hecht. 11/15/51, rev. Incomplete. 36p.

Box 16 , Folder 11

Script. By Ian McLellan Hunter. 4/2/52. 128p. Note on cover: VI script by Preston Sturges missing. VII. Book to Hunter, probably same as III.

Box 16 , Folder 12

Script. 4/19/52. 141p. Annotated. Note on cover: Script as taken to Italy. VIIIA. Same as VIII except pages 35 & 36 and pages 49 to 70.

Box 46 , Folder 3

Bound script. 6/4/52. Includes list of cast and staff. Annotated.

Box 66 , Folder 3

Individual and group shots w/ Audrey Hepburn and cast members (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck (b/w, 8x10) 33 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 5

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, various cast and crew members (b/w, 7x9) 27 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 6

Negatives of off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. 6 negatives.

Box 66 , Folder 7

Portrait shots of Audrey Hepburn (b/w, 8x10) 28 photos and negatives.

Box 66 , Folder 8

Photographs of end of production dinner, w/ W.Wyler and unidentified persons, Rome, 10/11/52 (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 9

Photographs of W.Wyler at the Forum and Coliseum, Rome (b/w, 5x7) 27 photos.

Box 66 , Folder 10

Photograph of W.Wyler and unidentified persons (b/w, 8x107) 1 photo.

Box 77 , Folder 0

Scrapbooks of film stills arranged in sequence: #1.

Box 78 , Folder 0

Scrapbook of film stills arranged in sequence: #2 and #3.

 

THE SHAKEDOWN (1928)

Box 49 , Folder 6

Clippings -- trade papers. Publicity materials.

Box 51 , Folder 5

Individual and group shots w/ James Murray, Jack Handlon, George Kotsanaros, Wheeler Oakman, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 77 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 6

Individual and group shots w/ James Murray, Jack Handlon, et al. (b/w, 5x7) 31 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 7

4 off camera shots w/ W.Wyler, various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10); 7 off-camera shots w/ James Murray and Jack Handlon (b/w 7x5) 11 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 8

Photographs of sets (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 59 , Folder 3

Bound script. 3/23/28. Orig. THE FRAME-UP. By Charles H. Logue. Adaptation and continuity by John B. Clymer. Story and supervision by Joseph Franklin Poland.

Box 74 , Folder 1

Photograph of W.Wyler at Universal Studios against billboard for film (b/w, 11x14) 2 photos.

 

THE STORM (1930)

Box 49 , Folder 9

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, French newspapers, German newspapers.

Box 52 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Lupe Velez, Paul Cavanaugh, William Boyd, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 33 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Lupe Velez, Paul Cavanaugh, William Boyd, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 47 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 3

Off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, Lupe Velez, Paul Cavanaugh, William Boyd and various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 45 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Robert Wyler and Tony Brown (b/w, various sizes) 3 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 5

Individual shots of Lupe Velez (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 6

Photographs of sets (b/w, 8x10) 10 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 7

Location shots (b/w, 8x10) 15 photos.

Box 59 , Folder 6

Bound script. 2/11/1930. Story by Langdon McCormick. Adaptation by Charles Logue. Screenplay and dialogue by Wells Root. Annotated. Typed note by Carl Laemmle Jr. about use of words "bum" and "lousy".

 

THESE THREE (1936)

Box 7 , Folder 8

Script. 11/23/35, final. 173p.

Box 7 , Folder 9

Script. Dialogue continuity. "A" version. n.d. 53p. Annotated.

Box 7 , Folder 10

Script. Dialogue continuity. "A" version. n.d. 53p.

Box 7 , Folder 11

Script. Dialogue continuity. "A" version. n.d. 53p.

Box 7 , Folder 12

Ideas for revisions. n.d. 3p.

Box 42 , Folder 3

Script. 11/23/35, final script. 173p.

Box 53 , Folder 9

Group shots w/ Joel McCrea, Merle Oberon, Miriam Hopkins, Bonita Granville, Marcia Mae Jones and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 87 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 10

Photographs of sets (b/w, 8x10) 71 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 11

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Merle Oberon, Joel McCrea, Miriam Hopkins, and various cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 12 photos.

Box 53 , Folder 12

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Merle Oberon, Joel McCrea and Miriam Hopkins (b/w, 4x5) 6 photos and 1 negative.

Box 55 , Folder 9

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, British newspapers.

Box 55 , Folder 10

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, British newspapers.

Box 61 , Folder 2

Bound script. n.d. Screenplay by Lillian Hellman. Includes dialogue continuity, "A" version. Annotated.

Box 74 , Folder 7

Individual and group shots w/ Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon and Joel McCrea (1, b/w, 7x9; 5, b/w, 11x14) 6 photos.

 

THUNDERBOLT (1945)

Box 23 , Folder 3

Correspondence w/ War Department regarding title of film, prologue by James Stewart, publicity and distribution matters, 1945-1949. Includes telegram to W. Wyler from Iris Barry at MOMA. 65 items.

Box 23 , Folder 4

Clippings. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers. 6 items.

Box 23 , Folder 5

Narration. n.d. 6p. Incomplete. Annotated.

Box 23 , Folder 6

Narration. Includes: narration and continuity, 6/4/45, rev., 41p., annotated; narration, 7/24/45, final, 44p.; narration, n.d., 42p., annotated.

Box 23 , Folder 7

Press release; a partial script breakdown; a clipping from Daily Variety, 10/19/45.

Box 23 , Folder 8

Receipt for delivery of print to W.Wyler, 12/4/45; list of people present at screening, 10/12/45; notice that print was delivered to Goldwyn Studios, 2/4/46; typed quote from Variety,7/17/46. 4 items.

 

TOM BROWN OF CULVER (1932)

Box 52 , Folder 11

Photographs of Culver Military Academy. Includes grounds and cadets (b/w, 8x10) 62 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 12

Photographs of Culver Military Academy. Includes grounds and cadets (b/w, 5x7) 77 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 13

Individual and group shots w/ Tom Brown, H.B. Warner, Slim Summerville, Ben Alexander, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 26 photos.

Box 52 , Folder 14

Negatives of production stills and off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, Academy officers and cadets. 33 negatives.

Box 52 , Folder 15

Photograph of W.Wyler, Louis Lozowick, Allen Rivkin and P.J. Wolfson (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 55 , Folder 2

Clippings. Culver Military Academy newspaper, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers.

Box 55 , Folder 3

Cadets' criticism of story.

Box 60 , Folder 2

Bound script. n.d. Annotated.

Box 74 , Folder 3

Photographs of W.Wyler and officers of Culver Military Academy (b/w, 11x14) 8 photos.

 

UNIVERSAL - WESTERNS (1925-1928)

Box 50 , Folder 3

Unidentified production. Off-camera shots w/ W.Wyler, cast and crew (b/w, various sizes) 18 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 4

DAZE OF THE WEST (1927). Off-camera shots and production stills w/ W.Wyler, Fred Gilman, cast and crew members (b/w, 8x10) 12 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 5

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Fred Gilman and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 11 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 6

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Fred Gilman and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 20 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 7

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Fred Gilman and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 15 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 8

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Fred Gilman and Alma Rayford (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 9

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Ted Wells and various cast members (b/w, 4x6) 62 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 10

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Ted Wells and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 28 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 11

Unidentified production. Stills w/ Ted Wells and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 16 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 12

LAZY LIGHTNING (1926). Off-camera shots and production stills w/ Art Acord and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 42 photos.

Box 50 , Folder 13

Unidentified production. Off-camera shots and production stills w/ Fred Humes and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 27 photos.

Box 51 , Folder 1

Unidentified production. Off-camera shots and production stills w/ Eddie Cobb and various cast members (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

 

THE WESTERNER (1940)

Box 28 , Folder 8

Various items concerning participation in royalties from reissues of the film. 7 items.

Box 28 , Folder 9

Clipping (in French). Special edition of The Hollywood Reporter, 12/1/39. 2 items.

Box 44 , Folder 2

Bound script. 11/15/39, final shooting script. Annotated.

Box 62 , Folder 8

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Doris Davenport, Forrest Tucker, Lilian Bond, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 121 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 9

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Doris Davenport, Forrest Tucker, Lilian Bond, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 129 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Doris Davenport, Forrest Tucker, Lilian Bond, et al. (b/w, 4x5) 142 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 2

Off-camera shots. Includes individual and group shots w/ W.Wyler, Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan and various cast and crew members (b/w, 4x5) 128 photos.

Box 63 , Folder 3

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ W.Wyler, Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, and other cast and crew members (4, b/w, 8x10; 12, b/w, 7x9; 1, b/w, 3x4) 17 photos.

 

WUTHERING HEIGHTS (1939)

Box 3 , Folder 4

Clippings. Includes trades, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, and film publications. 23 items.

Box 3 , Folder 5

Play. LES HAUTS DE HURLE-VENT. A French dramatization of the novel WUTHERING HEIGHTS. 117p. Annotated.

Box 3 , Folder 6

Telegrams. 2 sets of 4 telegrams from Lynn Farnol to Samuel Goldwyn reporting on the New York reviews of the film.

Box 44 , Folder 1

Bound script. 11/28/38. Annotated.

Box 61 , Folder 6

Individual and group shots w/ Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, Flora Robson, Geraldine Fitzgerald, et al. (b/w, 8x10) 98 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 1

Individual and group shots w/ Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, Flora Robson, Geraldine Fitzgerald, et al. (b/w, 7x9) 183 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 2

Individual and group shots w/ Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, Flora Robson, Geraldine Fitzgerald, et al. (b/w, 7x10) 57 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 3

Individual and group shots w/ Geraldine Fitzgerald, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, et al. (b/w, various sizes) 21 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 4

Off-camera shots. Includes group shots w/ Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, Flora Robson, et al. (b/w, various sizes) 39 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 5

Individual shots of Merle Oberon (14, b/w, 7x9; 8, b/w, 7x10; 4, b/w, 8x10) 26 photos.

Box 62 , Folder 6

Negative of production still w/ Merle Oberon. 1 negative.

Box 62 , Folder 7

Photographs of W.Wyler and cast members, incl. Vivien Leigh, James Stewart and Mrs. Wyler (b/w, 7x9) 5 photos.

Box 74 , Folder 10

Production stills. Includes: 1 two-shot w/ Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier; 1 photo of location in California (b/w, 11x14) 2 photos.

 

PERSONAL MATERIAL

Box 22 , Folder 6

Embossed ring binder, with engraving "Ben-Hur. W.Wyler. 1958".

Box 32 , Folder 13

Telegram from Joseph Hayes to Stuart Millar (2/16/55) and from Stuart Millar to Joseph Hayes (2/16/55) concerning rights to the story of former Air Force officer Billy Mitchell. 2 items.

Box 33 , Folder 1

Dissertation. THE FILM ACTING OF JOHN BARRYMORE by Joseph W. Garton. n.d. 240p. Enclosed letter from Garton to W. Wyler, 11/17/77.

Box 33 , Folder 3

Publications of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Includes: Screen Achievements Records Bulletin, 1955-1959, 84p.; Credits Bulletin - Production Supplement, December 1960, 9p.

Box 38 , Folder 6

Edited transcripts "Dialogue on Film", Center for Advanced Film Studies, 1972. Includes references to W.Wyler by Charlton Heston, pp. 6-9.

Box 39 , Folder 1

SIDE STREET (1950). Cathy O'Donnell. Clippings relating to O'Donnell's performance. 3 items.

Box 39 , Folder 2

THE WOMAN'S ANGLE. Clippings pertaining to Cathy O'Donnell. Great Britain. 9 items.

Box 39 , Folder 3

Cathy O'Donnell. Stage production, "Life With Father." 1945. Clippings. 8 items.

Box 39 , Folder 4

Cathy O'Donnell. Stage productions. Programs. 5 items.

Box 39 , Folder 5

Cathy O'Donnell. Early photos before Hollywood. 34 photos. 2 clippings.

Box 39 , Folder 6

Photographs of Robert Wyler and his wife, Cathy O'Donnell (b/w, 4x5 and 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 39 , Folder 7

Cathy O'Donnell. Individual shots of O'Donnell. 39 photos.

Box 39 , Folder 8

Cathy O'Donnell. Individual shots of O'Donnell. 54 photos.

Box 39 , Folder 9

Cathy O'Donnell. Individual shots of O'Donnell. 18 photos.

Box 39 , Folder 10

Cathy O'Donnell. Individual shots of O'Donnell. 8 photos.

Box 39 , Folder 11

Cathy O'Donnell. O'Donnell in various social events. 4 photos plus one cut-out.

Box 39 , Folder 13

THE MINIVER STORY. Cathy O'Donnell. 1 production still, 1 program, 5 photos, 1 press release.

Box 39 , Folder 15

Cathy O'Donnell. Stills, unidentified. 24 photos.

Box 43 , Folder 4

AFI Life Achievement award. 1976. Drafts and notes.

Box 43 , Folder 5

AFI Life Achievement award. 1976. Photocopied clippings.

Box 48 , Folder 3

Personal and film career clippings concerning actress Cathy O'Donnell, wife of Robert Wyler, 1945-1955. 42 items.

Box 48 , Folder 5

THEY LIVE BY NIGHT (1949). Cathy O'Donnell. Clippings, Great Britain, pertaining to O'Donnell's performance. 12 items.

Box 48 , Folder 6

THEY LIVE BY NIGHT (1949). Cathy O'Donnell. Clippings relting to O'Donnell's performance -- U.S. 50 items.

Box 48 , Folder 7

Stage production: "GiGi" (1954-1955). Cathy O'Donnell. Stills, clippings, programs pertaining to O'Donnell's performance. 9 items.

Box 49 , Folder 11

Clippings. DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (Universal, 1932). W.Wyler was scheduled to direct Tom Mix's first talking picture but was replaced by Ernst L. Frank.

Box 55 , Folder 1

Clippings. LAUGHING BOY, 1932. W.Wyler worked for several months in the adaptation of Oliver La Farge's Pulitzer prize winning novel. Universal canceled the project for lack of a suitable male lead.

Box 56 , Folder 4

Correspondence w/ Darryl Zanuck on W.Wyler joining 20th Century Fox's Board of Directors, 1962; correspondence on W.Wyler's agreement to direct SOUND OF MUSIC, Feb-Oct 1963. 26 items.

Box 56 , Folder 5

Lists of cast and crews of W.Wyler's films. 1932-1970.

Box 57 , Folder 1

Biographical information prepared by studios. Publications on the Swiss in America, including entries on W. Wyler.

Box 57 , Folder 2

Filmography. Includes: National Film Theatre, London; Cinematheque Francaise, Paris, 1965; Index by British Film Institute; Index by Charles Shibuk, 1957; Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1977-1978.

Box 57 , Folder 3

Awards. 1949-1963. Includes letters and diplomas, clippings.

Box 57 , Folder 4

Awards. 1965-1975. Includes letters and diplomas, clippings.

Box 57 , Folder 5

Doctor of Humane Letters. Southern Methodist University. 1978.

Box 57 , Folder 6

Lists of awards, clippings.

Box 57 , Folder 7

Interviews. 1947-1975. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications, Canadian newspapers, Yugoslavian newspapers, British newspapers.

Box 58 , Folder 1

Interviews. 1976-1981. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, film publications, French newspapers. Correspondence.

Box 58 , Folder 2

Congratulatory and personal letters; letters relating to interviews.

Box 58 , Folder 3

Clippings on W.Wyler's career. 1942-1960. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, U.S. magazines, trade papers, Italian newspapers, Spanish newspapers, Japanese newspapers.

Box 58 , Folder 4

Clippings on W.Wyler's career. 1961-1980. Major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. newspapers, trade papers, film publications.

Box 58 , Folder 5

Critical essays and articles on W.Wyler's films. Interviews.

Box 70 , Folder 4

Individual shots of W.Wyler (b/w, various sizes) 41 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 5

Family photographs: W.Wyler with his parents, Leopold and Melanie Wyler, and his two brothers, Robert and Gaston (b/w, various sizes) 8 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 6

Photographs of family and friends before 1920 (unidentified; Europe) (b/w, various sizes) 33 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 7

Photographs 1920-1921. W.Wyler in New York and Los Angeles, working for Universal Studios (b/w, various sizes) 147 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 8

Album of photographs, inscribed: "Quelques photos d'amateur, presentees sous forme de salade russe a mes chers parents et freres, de leur devoue Willy. New York, le 29 juillet 1921".

Box 70 , Folder 9

Photographs with his brother Robert and car (b/w, 8x10) 5 photos and negatives.

Box 70 , Folder 10

Photographs of W.Wyler and his wife, Margaret Tallichet Wyler (b/w, various sizes) 14 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 11

Photographs of W.Wyler's travels (b/w, various sizes) 8 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 12

Photographs of Mulhouse (Alsace), W.Wyler's hometown (b/w, various sizes) 3 photos and 1 proof-sheet.

Box 70 , Folder 13

Photographs of W.Wyler's study and projection room (b/w, various sizes) 7 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 14

Photographs of W.Wyler in various social functions, incl. several unidentified events (b/w, various sizes) 72 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 15

Photographs of W.Wyler receiving various awards (b/w, 8x10) 7 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 16

Photographs of W.Wyler receiving the Legion of Merit from General Carl A. Spaatz, Commanding General of the Army Air Force (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 70 , Folder 17

Photographs of W.Wyler receiving the French Legion of Honor from Alexandre de Manziarly, French consul in Los Angeles, 5/48 (b/w, 8x10) 10 photos and negatives.

Box 71 , Folder 1

Photographs of W.Wyler receiving the Italian Star of Solidarity, 1954 (b/w, 8x10) 13 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 2

Photographs of W.Wyler receiving the AFI Life Achievement award, 3/76 (b/w, 8x10) 11 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 3

Negatives of photographs. Unsorted, unnumbered.

Box 71 , Folder 4

Portrait shots of W.Wyler made at various studios (b/w, 8x10) 58 photos and negatives.

Box 71 , Folder 5

Photographs of W.Wyler at Universal Studios, 1921 (b/w, various sizes) 30 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 6

Photographs of W.Wyler during World War II, 1942-1945 (b/w, various sizes) 67 photos and negatives.

Box 71 , Folder 7

Album of photographs taken by W.Wyler during World War II.

Box 71 , Folder 8

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Frank Capra (b/w, various sizes) 4 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 9

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Claudette Colbert (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 10

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Chuck Connors (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 11

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Gary Cooper (b/w, 4x5) 3 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 12

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ George Cukor (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 13

Photograph of Bette Davis (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 14

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Federico Fellini, Cannes Film Festival, 1960 (b/w, 7x9) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 15

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Greer Garson and Clark Gable (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 16

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Samuel Goldwyn (b/w, various sizes) 23 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 17

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Jascha Heifetz during filming of the concert finale of THEY SHALL HAVE MUSIC, 1938 (b/w, various sizes) 16 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 18

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Lillian Hellman (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 19

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ John Huston (b/w, various sizes) 7 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 20

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Katherine Hepburn (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 21

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Audrey Hepburn (b/w, 7x9) 3 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 22

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Bob Hope (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 23

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Carl Laemmle Sr. Also portrait shots of Carl Laemmle Sr and Carl Laemmle Jr (b/w, various sizes) 4 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 24

Photographs of Louis B. Mayer (b/w, 4x4) 2 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 25

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Mervyn Le Roy (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 26

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Rouben Mamoulian, Frank Capra, Vincent Minelli, George Cukor, King Vidor, Robert Wise, and other directors, 1980 (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 27

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Merle Oberon (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 28

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Carol Reed (b/w, 5x4) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 29

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Harold Russell and Gloria Swanson (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 30

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Barbra Streisand (b/w, 7x9) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 31

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Gloria Swanson (b/w, 8x10) 2 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 32

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Gregg Toland (b/w, various sizes) 7 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 33

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ King Vidor (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 71 , Folder 34

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Billy Wilder, 1946 (b/w, various sizes) 3 photos.

Box 71 , Folder 35

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Natalie Wood, 1971 (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 72 , Folder 3

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ Fred Zinneman, London, 1981 (b/w, 8x10) 4 photos.

Box 72 , Folder 4

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ President and Mrs. Carter and Paul Henreid (b/w, 7x9) 1 photo.

Box 72 , Folder 5

Photograph of Albert Eisenstein and Carl Laemmle Sr, [1933?] (b/w, 8x10) 1 photo.

Box 72 , Folder 6

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Pope Pius XII during an audience, 10/15/44 (b/w, 8x8) 1 photo and 1 newspaper clipping.

Box 72 , Folder 7

Photographs of W.Wyler w/ various people, not all identified (b/w, 8x10) 9 photos.

Box 72 , Folder 8

Photograph of Hollywood celebrities at the Capitol, House of Un-American Activities (HUAC) hearings, 10/27/47 (b/w, 3x4) 1 photo.

Box 72 , Folder 9

Miscellaneous photographs w/ unidentified people (b/w, 8x10) 3 photos.

Box 72 , Folder 10

Negatives of production stills from W.Wyler's films. Unsorted and unnumbered.

Box 73 , Folder 1

Portrait shots of W.Wyler (b/w, 11x14) 12 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 2

Photographs of W.Wyler (b/w, various sizes) 6 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 5

Photographs of W.Wyler, his parents Leopold and Melanie, and his brothers Robert and Gaston (b/w, various sizes) 4 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 6

Photographs of W.Wyler and his wife, Margaret Tallichet Wyler (b/w, 11x14) 2 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 7

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Queen Elizabeth, Bassingbourne (England), Spring 1943 (b/w, 10x11) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 8

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ John Barrymore, Carl Laemmle Jr, et al., during filming of COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW [1933?] (b/w, 11x14) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 9

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ D.W. Griffith, Frank Capra, et al. (b/w, 10x13) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 10

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Samuel Goldwyn (b/w, 9x12) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 11

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Federico Fellini, at Cannes Film Festival, 1960 (b/w, 9x12) 9 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 12

Portrait shots of Carl Laemmle Sr. One inscribed: "To Will Wyler, one of the boys I'm really proud of .. Universal City, 4/7/28". (b/w, 11x14) 2 photos.

Box 73 , Folder 13

Portrait shot of Walter Huston. Inscribed: "For Willy, my friend. Walter" (b/w, 10x13) 1 photo.

Box 73 , Folder 14

Portrait shot of Walter Fabian. Inscribed: "William Wyler, in the not too distant future you will be one of the ten best directors in the world. 1929" (b/w, 11x14) 1 photo.

Box 79 , Folder 6

AFI Life Achievement award to Bette Davis, 3/77 [booklet].

Box 80 , Folder 1

Photograph of Mulhouse (Alsace), W.Wyler's hometown, before World War I (b/w, 12x15) 1 photo.

Box 80 , Folder 2

Photographs of W.Wyler during World War II (b/w, 12x15) 12 photos.

Box 80 , Folder 3

Photograph of testimonial dinner of the Santa Monica Area Squadron Air Force, 10/5/63 (b/w, 10x20) 1 photo.

Box 80 , Folder 4

Photograph of luncheon of Association of Foreign Correspondents in honor of Paulette Godard, Walter Huston, Nino Martini and Dr. Giannini, at The Lombardy, 10/15/36 (b/w, 12x20) 1 photo.

Box 80 , Folder 5

Photographs of 10th and 11th Academy Awards Presentation, Biltmore Bowl, 3/10/38 and 2/23/39 (b/w, various sizes) 2 photos.

 

UNPRODUCED FILM

 

ALTER EGO

Box 33 , Folder 9

Treatment by Robert Wyler. 69p.

 

AN AMERICAN IN ROME

Box 34 , Folder 1

Script by Robert Wyler. 111p.

 

THE ARMS OF KRUPP

Box 36 , Folder 1

Treatment by William Manchester. 5/26/69. 55p.

 

BANCO, MADAME

Box 33 , Folder 8

Treatment by Robert Wyler. 37p.

 

THE BIRTH OF LOVE

Box 34 , Folder 5

Script. LE PREMIER AMOUR. By Marcel Pagnol. 103p. Enclosed 8-page synopsis by Paul Davids, 9/22/75.

Box 34 , Folder 6

Script. By Robert Wyler based on work by Marcel Pagnol. 3 copies. 109p. each.

 

BLACK COMEDY

Box 37 , Folder 5

Script by Peter Shaffer. 101p.

 

THE CONVERSION OF BUSTER DRUMWRIGHT

Box 37 , Folder 6

Script by Jesse Hill Ford. 82p.

 

ETERNALLY YOURS

Box 33 , Folder 7

Treatment by Robert Wyler. 41p.

 

EXILE

Box 34 , Folder 4

Script by Marcel Pagnol. 2 copies. First copy 104p., second copy 130p. Both annotated.

 

FANNY

Box 34 , Folder 2

Translation of dialogue, in English. 2 copies. 63p. each.

Box 48 , Folder 1

Script. 118p.

 

THE FIVE INSEPARABLES

Box 37 , Folder 8

Treatment by Kathi and Paul de Sainte Colombe. 29p.

 

FORTY CARATS

Box 37 , Folder 1

Play by Jay Allen. 5/28/69. 135p.

Box 37 , Folder 2

Script by Frederick Kohner. 12/11/69. 98p.

Box 37 , Folder 3

Script by I.A.L. Diamond. 8/7/70, 1st draft. 137p.

Box 37 , Folder 4

Script by I.A.L. Diamond. 11/12/70. 114p.

 

HEART TO HEART

Box 38 , Folder 1

Treatment by Lionel Houser. 54p.

 

JACOBY

Box 38 , Folder 2

Script by Thomas Harlan. 205p.

 

L'ARPETE

Box 35 , Folder 4

Play in French. 151p.

 

L'AUBE (OU DESTIN PROVISOIRE)

Box 35 , Folder 1

Scenario for a film, in French. By Paul Lambert and Daniel Crouet. 10p.

 

LA FIN DU JOUR

Box 34 , Folder 7

English dialogue for LA FIN DU JOUR, by Julien Duvivier. 1943. 108p.

 

THE LAST FRONTIER

Box 37 , Folder 7

Script. 7/30/63, 1st estimating draft. 161p.

 

LAST SPRING

Box 36 , Folder 4

Treatment by Fanya Lawrence and Robert Wyler. 10/12/59. 66p.

Box 36 , Folder 5

Script. 118p.

 

LAUGHING BOY

Box 74 , Folder 4

Photograph of W.Wyler w/ Zita Johann during test for LAUGHING BOY, 1932 (b/w, 11x14) 1 photo.

 

LES FIANCES DU TAGE

Box 35 , Folder 6

Treatment in French. By Joseph Kessel.

 

LOIN, AU BOUT DU PAYS

Box 35 , Folder 2

Journal style story, in French. By P. Jacquin. 13p.

 

LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL

Box 36 , Folder 6

Script by Dan Totherott. 3/8/48. 57p.

Box 36 , Folder 7

Script by Michael Wilson. 2/28/48, 1st draft treatment. 48p.

Box 36 , Folder 8

Treatment by Michael Wilson. 3/19/48. 77p.

Box 36 , Folder 9

Treatment of Thomas Wolfe's novel by Donald Wayne. 93p.

Box 36 , Folder 10

Script. 218p.

 

MARIUS

Box 34 , Folder 3

Translation of dialogue, in English. 2 copies. 58p. each.

 

THE MUTINY OF MADAM YES

Box 38 , Folder 3

Script by David Schwartz. 12/30/65. 156p.

 

NINE LIVES

Box 35 , Folder 8

Script. Note on cover: Return to William Wyler, A.A.F. - Film Unit. 45p.

 

THE NOTEBOOKS OF CAPTAIN GEORGES

Box 35 , Folder 5

Script by Clarence Marks of Jean Renoir's THE NOTEBOOKS OF CAPTAIN GEORGES. 47p.

 

OFFICER FACTORY

Box 35 , Folder 13

Script by Julius Epstein. 9/13/66. 119p.

 

PHYLLIS WAS A FORTRESS

Box 35 , Folder 7

Script. 2nd draft, 11/10/42; rev., 11/23/42. Property of the 8th Air Force Film Unit. 46p.

 

PRINCESSE ROZEN

Box 35 , Folder 3

Typed story, in French. 157p. Annotated.

 

PROPHETS DO NOT PERISH

Box 38 , Folder 5

Script by Franz Schnyder. 1/1/75. 243p.

 

RENDEZ-V0US

Box 35 , Folder 9

Revised outline. 2 copies. 81p. each.

Box 35 , Folder 10

Two proposed outlines for a R.A.F. film story.

Box 48 , Folder 2

Script.

 

RESCUE IN DENMARK

Box 36 , Folder 2

Script. 153p.

 

RETOUR EN FRANCE

Box 35 , Folder 11

Original French treatment. Note on title page: "By Joseph Kessel, File." 37p.

 

THE RETURN TO FRANCE

Box 35 , Folder 12

English translation of French treatment RETOUR EN FRANCE. 35p.

 

RUNNING SCARED

Box 38 , Folder 4

Script by Hugo Butler. 1st draft. 148p.

 

TORCH SONG

Box 36 , Folder 3

Treatment by Fanya Lawrence and Robert Wyler. 8/18/59. 78p.

 

UNDERSTUDY

Box 33 , Folder 6

Adaptation by Robert Wyler from original story by John B. Clymer. 2/1/38. 38p.

 

YOU AND I

Box 33 , Folder 10

English adaptation by Robert Wyler from the play TOUS LES DEUX by Michel Dulud. 2 copies. First copy 83p., second copy 104p.