Guide to the Papers of Arthur Hornblow, 1916 - 1952Manuscript MS-1205

Box & Folder List

Series 1, Film scripts, 1931-1952

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Box: 1, Dates: 1931-1950

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Arrowsmith, 1931

    Screenplay by Sidney Howard, adapted by Sidney Howard from the novel by Sinclair Lewis; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

  • Folder: 2, Arise My Love, 1940

    Screenplay by Charles brackett and Billy Wilder, adaptation by Jacques Thery; Paramount Pictures. Review clipping laid in.

  • Folder: 3, Artists and Models Abroad, 1938

    Screenplay by Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse and Ken Englund, Paramount Pictures. Hollywood Reporter review laid in

  • Folder: 4, The Asphalt Jungle, 1950

    Screenplay by Ben Maddow and John Huston, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

  • Folder: 5, Cass Timberlane, 1947

    Screenplay by Donald Ogden Stewart, adaptation by Donald Ogden Stewart and Sonya Levien; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Review from Variety laid in.

  • Folder: 6, The Cat and the Canary, 1939

    Screenplay by Walter DeLeon and Lynn Starling, Paramount Pictures

  • Folder: 7, Conspirator, 1949

    Screenplay by Sally Benson, adaptation by Sally Benson and Gerard Fairlie; Metro-Goldwym-Mayer

  • Folder: 8, Easy Living, 1937

    Screenplay by Preston Sturges; Paramount Pictures

  • Folder: 9, Four Hours to Kill, 1935

    Screenplay by Norman Krasna; Paramount Pictures

  • Folder: 10, Gaslight, 1944

    Screenplay by John Van Druten, Walter Reisch and John Balderston; Metro-Goldwyn Mayer. Pages with main title billing laid in.

  • Folder: 11, The Ghost Breakers, 1940

    Screenplay by Walter DeLeon; Paramount Pictures. Review laid in.

Box: 2, Dates: 1935-1952

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, The heavenly Body, 1944

    Screenplay by Michael Arlen and Walter Reisch, adaptation by Harry Kurnitz; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

  • Folder: 2, High, Wide and Handsome, 1937

    Original story and screenplay by Oscar Hammerstein II, additional dialogue by George O'Neil, music by Jerome Kern; Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 3, Hold Back the Dawn, 1941

    Screenplay by Charles Bracket and Billy Wilder, Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 4, The Hucksters, 1947

    Screenplay by Luther Davis, adaptation by Edward Chodorov and George Wells; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 5, I Wanted Wings, 1951

    Screenplay by Richard Maibaum, Beirne Lay, Jr., and Sig Herzig; Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 6, Limehouse Blues, 1934

    Screenplay by Arthur Phillips and Cyril Hume, Paramount Pictures

  • Folder: 7, The Major and the Minor, 1942

    Screenplay by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder, Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 8, Man About Town, 1939

    Screenplay by Morrie Ryskind, Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 9, Midnight, 1939

    Screenplay by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder; Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 10, Million Dollar Mermaid, 1952

    Screenplay by Everett Freeman; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

  • Folder: 11, Mississippi, 1935

    Screenplay by Francis Martin and Jack Cunningham, adapted by Herbert Fields and Claude Binyon; Paramount Pictures.

Box: 3, Dates: 1934-1944

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Nothing But the Truth, 1941

    Screenplay by Don Hartman and Ken Englund; Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 2, The Princess Comes Across, 1936

    Screenplay by Walter DeLeon, et al. Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 3, The Pursuit of Happiness , 1934

    Screenplay by J.P. McEvoy and Virginia Van Upp, adaptation by Stephen Morehouse Avery and Jack Cunningham, Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 4, Ruggles of Red Gap, 1935

    ,Screenplay by Harry Leon Wilson, screenplay by Walter DeLeon and Harlan Thompson, adapted by Humphrey Pearson; Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 5, Street Scene, 1931

    Screenplay by Elmer Rice; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

  • Folder: 6, Swing High, Swing Low, 1937

    Screenplay by Virginia Van Upp and Oscar Hammerstein II, Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 7, Three Married Men, 1936

    Screenplay by Dorothy Parker and Alan Campbell, based on a story by Owen Davis, Sr; Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 8, Tropic Holiday, 1938

    Screenplay by Don Hartman and Frank Butler, Paramount Pictures. Reviews laid in.

  • Folder: 9, Waikiki Wedding, 1937

    Screenplay by frank Butler, et al., Paramount Pictures.

  • Folder: 10, Weekend at the Waldorf, 1944

    Screenplay Samuel Spewack and Bella Spewack, adaptation by Guy Bolton, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

  • Folder: 11, Wings in the Dark, 1935

    Screenplay by Jack Kirkland and Frank Partos, adaptation by Dale Van Every and E.H. Robinson, Paramount Pictures.

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