Warren Skaaren Papers 1946-1991 (bulk 1970-1990)

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Warren Skaaren Papers TXRC95-A94., 1946-1991, (bulk 1970-1990)

Warren Skaaren Papers 1946-1991 (bulk 1970-1990)

The primary focus of thiscollection is the screenwriter's work in the late 1980s. Included are draftsand revisions, treatments, synopses, story analyses, charts, clippings,bibliographies, maps, shooting schedules, continuity notes, storyboards,memorabilia, photographs, posters, correspondence, and audio and videocassettes. Motions pictures documented included , , , , and . Batman Beetlejuice Beverly Hills Cop II Days of Thunder Top Gun

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