Aubrey Wisberg Papers, ca. 1945-ca. 1970.


Aubrey Wisberg Papers, ca. 1945-ca. 1970.

The Aubrey Wisberg Papers consist mainly of typescripts of his film and television productions in a variety of genres, including B films, horror, and science fiction, and drafts of his novels, short stories and plays. Some scripts were co-written with Marion Gering or Jack Pollexfen. The collection also includes a small quantity of correspondence, including copies of some letters from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Aubrey Wisberg, and some photographs, awards, and promotional materials, including scrapbooks and recordings of musical numbers, relating to specific film or television productions.

16.5 linear ft. (11 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7771636

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