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Published by Vanderbilt University, The Jean and Alexander Heard Library in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English



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  • Mann, Delbert, 1920- -- Archives -- Catalogs.,
  • Motion picture producers and directors -- United States.,
  • Television producers and directors -- United States.,
  • Television -- United States -- Production and direction.,
  • Motion pictures -- United States -- Production and direction.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Sara Harwell.
ContributionsHarwell, Sara., Jean and Alexander Heard Library.
LC ClassificationsPN1998.3.M364 A25 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination302 p. :
Number of Pages302
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1442927M
LC Control Number93077904

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The Papers of Delbert Mann, which cover the period , consist of forty-five cubic feet of materials, and are primarily concerned with the professional life and career of the director. Major series in the papers include the Production Papers, General Correspondence, Script Reports, Writings, Personal and Biographical Material, Events. The papers of Delbert Mann, from to , are preserved in the Special Collections Library of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. They consist primarily of the materials generated by Mann's television and motion picture productions, including production papers, scripts and script reports, photographs, videotapes, and scrapbooks. Chicago citation style: Delbert Mann, Allyn Ferguson, and Allyn Ferguson. AGAINST HER WILL: AN INCIDENT IN , Highlights of some of these collections include the papers of: Delbert Mann, director of hundreds of film and television productions; Francis Robinson, director of the Metropolitan Opera; Kelly Miller Smith, Divinity School assistant dean and civil rights activist; and William Giles Harding, Civil War general and founder of the Belle Meade.

Delbert Martin Mann Jr. (Janu – Novem ) was an American television and film director. He won the Academy Award for Best Director for the film Marty (), adapted from a teleplay of the same name which he had also directed. From to , he was president of the Directors Guild of America. In , he received the DGA's honorary life member award. 2 pages, words The Essay on Boot Camp Paul War Life All Quiet on the Western Front, directed by Delbert Mann, is based on the novel written by Erich Maria Remarque. It tells the story of a German schoolboy, Paul Baumer, and a group of his classmates, who journey from fantasies of heroic glory to the real horror of actual soldiering. Rare Books. Special Collections manages the rare book collections of the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries. The department houses one of the finest twentieth-century Southern literature collections in the United States and is the center for the study of the Fugitive and Agrarian literary groups.   Delbert Mann has been signed to direct the film version of “Trinity,” the best‐selling novel by Leon Uris. It will be produced by Fred Brogger.

  Delbert Mann and cinematographer John Coquillon in Most, Czechoslovakia, filming “All Quiet on the Western Front.” (courtesy of Delbert Mann Papers. Editorial Reviews. Outside of Mary Poppins, Dick Van Dyke had little luck in finding big screen vehicles that showed him off to his best lly is one of his better outings, a high concept production that benefits from excellent casting in both leading and supporting roles. Although Van Dyke has opportunities to demonstrate his trademark physical comedy, most of Fitzwilly calls. found: NUCMC data from Boston Univ. Lib. for Elliott, S.L. Papers, (Delbert Mann).   Delbert Mann, a director from the heyday of live television who won an Oscar for his first big-screen effort, “Marty,” in , died Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 87 and lived in Los Angeles.