Papers (part 1), 1932-1991.


Maibaum, Richard. Papers (part 1), 1932-1991.

Papers (part 1), 1932-1991.

The Richard Maibaum Papers consist primarily of screenplays and treatments, publicity, clippings and research related directly to specific stage, film or television projects. There are materials for both produced and unproduced works. The "James Bond" series is one of the most extensive. It includes notes, sketches, screen treatments, screenplay drafts, and final scripts. The series also includes correspondence, publicity, photographs, and clippings. The biographical series contains correspondence, interviews, and various subject files. The final series is made up of all manner of research and historical data used by Maibaum in his writings.

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Maibaum, Richard. (person)

Screenwriter, producer, actor. Born in New York City in 1909. In 1930 Maibaum came to the University of Iowa's Speech and Dramatic Arts Department; graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1931; received his M.A. in 1932. His first Broadway play, "The Tree," was produced in 1932. After graduating, Maibaum spent a year as an actor in a Shakespearean repertory company on Broadway. He married Sylvia Kamion in 1935. He continued to write plays and moved to Hollywood later in the 1930's w...

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