Hammond film script collection, 1935-1996.

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Hammond film script collection, 1935-1996.

The majority of the scripts in the collection are unpublished texts, and appear as original typed manuscripts or reproductions of manuscripts through various methods such as photocopy, mimeo, carbon-copy, etc. Additionally, some scripts (Series G) are in microfilm format. While most scripts are unbound, some are stapled, glued, or bound in similar fashion. The scripts in the collection were "live" shooting scripts, often accompanied by significant handwritten annotations, diagrams and marginal comments by the director, cast or other production members who utilized the particular script in the course of shooting the film.

40 linear ft. (80 boxes)

eng,

fre,

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spa,

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