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|Size||3.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 100 items)|
|Abstract||Paul Nickell (28 December 1915-17 May 2000), worked as a director of early television dramas from 1948-1968. Nickell left television in 1968 to join the Department of Radio, Television and Motion Pictures at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he taught until his retirement in 1981. The collection contains television scripts annotated by Nickell over the course of his career as a director, scripts annotated for student productions, scripts sent to Nickell, and mentions of Nickell in printed media.|
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This collection chiefly contains television scripts, circa 1948-1968, annotated by Paul Nickell in the course of his career as a director of early television dramas. Additional materials include scripts from student productions during his time as a faculty member of the Department of Radio, Television and Motion Pictures at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, from 1968-1981, nonannotated scripts sent to him, as well as mentions of Nickell's work in several printed media sources.Back to Top
Arrangement: Chiefly arranged by date. Scripts for student productions are listed after undated professional productions.
Annotated television scripts, including professional and student productions.
Additional scripts, chiefly not annotated, and materials related to Nickell's directorial and teaching work.
Processed by: Roslyn Holdzkom, July 1987
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Updated by: Mary Oliva, May 2017Back to Top