Dan Curry, born Daniel F. Curry, is an Emmy Award-winning fine artist and filmmaker. He is best known --- and has won seven Emmy awards for --- his work as Visual Effects Producer of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. This collection documents Curry’s work as visual effects producer of these series, as well as his work on other motion picture and television projects. The bulk of the collection dates from 1987 to 1992, and includes collected screenplays, montage storyboards, memos, recorded material, and Curry’s personal notes and hand-drawn illustrations.
Collection consists of materials related to the professional career of production designer and art director George Jenkins. Includes research material, sketches, and floor plans. Research materials consist of location photographs, scripts, schedules, notes, color samples, and budget records. Sketches include original drawings in pencil, charcoal, and watercolor of scenes and sets. Floor plans include blueprints of stage sets built for film or television productions, or map out existing buildings including furniture details, elevations, and continuity sketches. Includes materials for productions such as "1776" (1972), "All the President's Men" (1976), "Best Years of Our Lives" (1946), "Funny Lady" (1975), "Music with Mary Martin" (TV, 1959), and "The New Revue" (TV, 1953-54).
Collection consists of various drafts of television scripts related to the career of art director Sydney Z. Litwack. The bulk of the scripts are for the television series Lou Grant (1977-78). Additionally there are teleplays, occassional art direction notes, and production information.
The collection consists of material related to the career of art director and production designer Robert Emmet (Bob) Smith. Included are original artist's blueprints and sketches, location photographs and stills, and scripts primarily for motion picture projects along with materials representing television projects, and a small amount of items from unproduced and unidentified projects. Among the motion titles represented areA Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966), The Flim Flam Man (1967), Fool Killer (1965), Hombre (1967),Operation Petticoat (1959), and Skidoo (1968), among others.
In the Robert Emmet Smith Papers, is also a small amount of papers related to Smith's father, art director Edward (Ted) Smith. Included are scripts, what appear to research photographs, set stills, and photocopies and reproductions of storyboards. Among the projects represented are Action in the North Atlantic, Captains for the Clouds, and Gentleman Jim