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Dalton Trumbo papers, 1905-1962.

Autore: Dalton Trumbo
Edizione/Formato:   Materiale d’archivio : Microfilm : English
Banca dati:WorldCat
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Papers of an author and writer of motion picture scripts who, as one of the Hollywood Ten, was imprisoned following 1947 hearings before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
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Genere/forma: Financial records
Manuscript collection
Microforms
Photographs
Scripts
Sound recordings
Persona incaricata: David Merrick; Dore Schary; Sam Zimbalist; Alvah Cecil Bessie; H J Biberman; E Y Harburg; John Huston; Gordon Kahn; Garson Kanin; Murray Kempton; Ring Lardner, Jr.; John Howard Lawson; Carey McWilliams; Herman Shumlin; Albert Maltz; Alvah Cecil Bessie; H J Biberman; E Y Harburg; John Huston; Gordon Kahn; Garson Kanin; Murray Kempton; Ring Lardner, Jr.; John Howard Lawson; Albert Maltz; Carey McWilliams; David Merrick; Dore Schary; Herman Shumlin; Sam Zimbalist
Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Archival Material, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Dalton Trumbo
Numero OCLC: 173692832
Descrizione: 17.8 c.f. (45 archives boxes, 1 flat box), 2 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 8 tape recordings, 133 dictabelts, 13 disc recordings, and photographs; plus additions of 1 award in an archives box.

Abstract:

Papers of an author and writer of motion picture scripts who, as one of the Hollywood Ten, was imprisoned following 1947 hearings before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.

The collection offers remarkably complete documentation of his work and the blacklisting to which he was subjected until 1960. It includes correspondence, writings, financial records, recordings, and subject files on HUAC and the Hollywood Ten. Correspondence, 1925-1962, includes letters to his wife and family concerning his experiences as a correspondent during World War II, his prison experiences in 1950 and 1951, as well as many letters to and from agents, playwrights, producers, and other members of the Ten. Numerous letters relate to the Congressional hearings, his work as a black market writer under assumed names during the 1950s, and his attitudes toward blacklisting. Among his correspondents are Alvah Bessie, Herbert Biberman, E. Y. Harburg, John Huston, Gordon Kahn, Garson Kanin, Murray Kempton, Ring Lardner, Jr., John Howard Lawson, Carey McWilliams, Albert Maltz, David Merrick, Dore Schary, Herman Shumlin, and Sam Zimbalist. Some correspondence is present only in dictated form.

Scripts and drafts of his screenplays include many written for the black market. Among the best represented are "The Brave One" (Universal, 1955), for which he won an Academy Award under the pseudonym Robert Rich, "Exodus" (UA, 1960), "Lonely Are the Brave" (1962), "Mister Adam," "The Young Philadelphians" (1959), and "Spartacus" (Universal, 1960).

Because of the blacklist Trumbo was careful to keep all of his papers for "Spartacus," making the documentation for that motion picture most noteworthy in its reflection of artistic and political forces. For that film and for "Exodus" there are also recordings of music. Also present are manuscripts of articles, pamphlets, short stories, stage plays, and novels.

Supplementing the correspondence and scripts are notes, transcripts, briefs, and sound recordings of the HUAC hearings and the court case against Trumbo; personal and business financial records; research files, clippings, and reviews of his work; photographs; and sound recordings of appearances on radio and television.

The processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below consisting of dictabelts and an award.

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