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screenplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, undated, 128 pages.
synopsis by Lili Hatvany, undated, 13 pages.
correspondence, 1952-1953; PCA analysis; credits and synopsis; MPAA certificate letter, April 7, 1953; reviews, 1953; censor reports, 1953.
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carbons of letters, telegrams, etc. from Paramount in Hollywood to Henry Henigson in Italy [numbered 1-138]; includes letter from Frank Caffey discussing William Wyler's relationship with his cameramen and saying he has continuously attempted "on interiors to carry everything in the set in sharp focus at all times," March 17; letter with attached studio staff list, March 19; letter with attached memos from Luigi Luraschi regarding censorship and legal research, May 7; memo with attached information about shooting transparencies, May 10.
carbons of letters, telegrams, etc. from Paramount in Hollywood to Henry Henigson in Italy [numbered 141-286]; letter from Eugene H. Frank giving details of Gregory Peck's contract, May 22; letter with instructions for Audrey Hepburn's makeup, May 31; letter from Jacob H. Karp asking that Mr. Henigson emphasize to Mr. Wyler that costs must be kept at a reasonable figure, July 22.
carbons of letters, telegrams, etc. from Paramount in Hollywood to Henry Henigson or Maurice Lodi Fe in Italy [numbered 287-436]; letter from Hugh Brown listing cameramen available to replace Franz Planer, August 1, 1952; letter from Jacob H. Karp regarding Audrey Hepburn's finish date, August 15, 1952; letter from Mr. Karp concerning Ms. Hepburn's wardrobe and the plans the studio has to give her a wedding present, September 16, 1952; letter from Mr. Karp discussing post-production and William Wyler's need for an editing schedule, September 22, 1952.
breakdowns; meeting notes, March 11, 1952; opening and closing notices; breakdown of footage used by Mr. Wyler for DETECTIVE STORY, CARRIE and THE HEIRESS, May 13, 1952; cast and bit list, May 30, 1953.
second draft screenplay by Ben Hecht, November 5, 1951, 136 pages [lightly annotated].