Lamar Trotti screenplays

Lamar Trotti screenplays

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Library
Creator: Trotti, Lamar, 1900-1952
Title: Lamar Trotti screenplays
Dates: 1934-1952
Quantity: 1.5 Linear feet 3 boxes
Coll. Number: ms3848

Biographical/Historical Note

Lamar Jefferson Trotti (1900-1952), screenwriter, born in Atlanta, Georgia.

For more information, see the article "Lamar Trotti (1900-1952)" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of fourteen screenplays written by Lamar Trotti. They include a temporary draft and a revised final draft of To the Shores of Tripoli, a revised final draft of Thunder Birds, revised final screenplays for I'd Climb the Highest Mountain, My Blue Heaven, and You're My Everything, a final shooting script for Stars and Stripes Forever, a continuity and dialogue script for Immortal Sergeant, two draft scripts for Alexander's Ragtime Band, a final shooting script for Career Woman, a final shooting script for Call It Luck, a revised final shooting script Wife, Doctor, and Nurse, and a final draft continuity script for A Bell for Adano.


Index Terms

Screenplays.
Screenwriters--Georgia.
Trotti, Lamar, 1900-1952
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Lamar Trotti screenplays, ms3848, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

Related collections in this repository include the Lamar Trotti screenplays, ms 2499.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11 The Shores of Tripoli screenplay, temporary, 1941 October 14
 
2 The Shores of Tripoli screenplay, final, 1941 October 29
 
3 Thunder Birds screenplay, 1942 March 4
 
4 I'd Climb the Highest Mountain screenplay, final, 1950 May 3
 
5 Stars and Stripes Forever screenplay, shooting script, 1952 March 7
 
6 My Blue Heaven screenplay, revised final, 1949 December 1
 
7 You're My Everything screenplay, revised final, 1948 November 12
 
BoxFolder
21 Immortal Sergeant screenplay, continuity and dialogue script, 1943 January 6
 
2 Alexander's Ragtime Band screenplay, draft script, 1938 January 27
 
3 Alexander's Ragtime Band screenplay, later reproduction, 1938
 
4 Career Woman screenplay, final shooting script, 1936 September 14
 
5 Call It Luck screenplay, final shooting script, 1934 March 10
 
6 Wife, Doctor, and Nurse screenplay, revised final shooting script, 1937 June 9
 
BoxFolder
31 A Bell for Adano screenplay, first draft continuity script, 1944 August 18