Hammond Film Script Collection ca. 1935-1996

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Hammond Film Script Collection ca. 1935-1996

Robert Hammond (1920-2009) was a dedicated educator and author in French literature and cinema. He taught at the University of Arizona-Tuscon, Harvard University, and at SUNY-Cortland, where he also served as chair of the International Communications and Culture Department. Hammond published numerous analyses and critiques of French filmography, translated various texts, and contributed countless papers and general scholarship on the French cinema. The Hammond Film Script Collection represents his personal collection of shooting scripts of feature films, the vast majority of which are French (along with assorted English, Spanish and Italian language scripts) spanning the years 1935 - 1996. Accretions to the collection include over 60 scripts from the collection of Marc Maurette, a French filmmaker (and friend of Dr. Hammond) who was assistant director on many of the films included in his gift. As of March 2003, the Hammond Film Script Collection consists of 454 scripts.

35.0 Linear feet; (80 boxes)

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Resnais, Alain, 1922-2014

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Cocteau, Jean

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Dréville, Jean, 1906-1997

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Hammond, Robert M. (Robert Morris), 1920-

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Robert Hammond (b. 1920) is Professor Emeritus of French Literature and Cinema from SUNY-Cortland. He earned a BA from the University of Rochester (1942), and both an MA (1947) and PhD (1952) from Yale University. He was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to France (1949-1950) along with numerous other honors, fellowships and grants. Hammond was an instructor, and then professor of French at the University of Arizona-Tucson (1953-1967). He later was professor of French at Harvard University (1965-19...

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Becker, Jacques, 1906-1960

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Tacchella, Jean-Charles

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Robert, Yves, 1920-

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Renoir, Jean, 1894-1979

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Carné, Marcel.

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Kaufman, Philip, 1936-....

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