Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Also includes notes and a corrected copy of the commentary for film strips of "Operation Crossroads".
Correspondence, mainly with John Le Vien, on his television adaptation of the first volume of Sir Winston Churchill's war memoirs, "The Gathering Storm". Also includes letters from Richard Burton, who was playing Churchill (2), and press cuttings on Burton's article saying that to play Churchill was to hate him.
Correspondence concerning the showing of films by Cambridge University History Club and Historical Association Film Group; with 1964 'constitution', 1963 - 1969
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
Correspondence on MS’s invitation to a private screening of the film (also known as "Churchill at War").
Include five modern reprints of photographs taken during the visit of the director Alfred Hitchcock who addressed the Society in Easter term 1966. The photographs show Alfred Hitchcock, Dr H.C. Porter, Fellow of Selwyn College, and various student members of the Society exiting i) Corpus Christi College and ii) King's College Chapel, iii) walking along King's Parade and iv) standing in front of an unidentified brick wall, Hitchcock scratching his chin.
Copy of notebook kept by Joseph Hill with lists of films shown to Churchill at various official venues, also including copy of a photograph of the Long Gallery at Chequers [Buckinghamshire] set up for a film show.
Correspondence on MS’s consultancy agreement for the film.
The collection includes correspondence, papers and photographs relating mainly to the films made by Le Vien based on Churchill's war memoirs.
Briefings for a meeting with Swedish newspaper editors (see also KNNK 8/24), on examples of Conservative policies, on housing and the Poll Tax, and for a dinner with Richard Attenborough on the film industry.