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Martin Poll Papers 1967-1984.

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Martin Poll Papers contain documents and materials pertaining to the conception, production, and distribution of movies, TV movies and TV miniseries that his production company, Martin Poll Productions, produced from the late 1960s to the mid 1980s. The collection is arranged into eleven series, each containing materials related to individual projects Martin Poll and his production company were involved in.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Motion pictures
Named Person: Aimée Anouk; Candice Bergen; Dyan Cannon; James Coburn; Timothy Dalton; Clive Donner; Marilyn Durham; Rupert Everett; James Goldman; Jan Hammer; Dashiell Hammett; Anthony Harvey; Laurence Harvey; Rutger Hauer; Katharine Hepburn; Anthony Hopkins; Trevor Howard; Persis Khambatta; Kris Kristofferson; Michel Legrand; Lotte Lenya; Christopher Lloyd; Jane Merrow; Yukio Mishima; Liam Neeson; Peter O'Toole; Burt Reynolds; James Salter; Sylvester Stallone; Beatrice Straight; Lindsay Wagner; Billy Dee Williams
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 742964760
Description: 40.0 linear feet.

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The Martin Poll Papers contain documents and materials pertaining to the conception, production, and distribution of movies, TV movies and TV miniseries that his production company, Martin Poll Productions, produced from the late 1960s to the mid 1980s. The collection is arranged into eleven series, each containing materials related to individual projects Martin Poll and his production company were involved in. These materials includes contracts, production reports, progress reports, screenplay ...

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