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Individual Production, Project, and Performance Files (continued)
Star 80 (Fosse) (continued)
"CA women/Dorothy"
"Paul/California men"
"Tootsie girls"
Photocopied resumes from Dustin Hoffman
"Football player jock"
"Mrs. Hoogstraten"
"Eileen, CA"
"Eileen, callbacks/NY/CA"
"Possible Eileens"
Photo/resumes and polaroids
BOX 34C "No, Eileens"
Photo/resumes and polaroids
"NY supporting actors"
"Possible, no specific role"
"Unsolicited resumes"
"California casting"
Audition schedules, photo/resumes
Audition/interview schedules
BOX 35D General
Photo/resumes, polaroids, audition schedules, notes, correspondence, some snapshots
Photo/resumes, polaroids, audition schedules, notes, correspondence, some snapshots
Audition cards
"CA, Wednesday"
Photo/resumes, polaroids
"CA, Thursday"
Photo/resumes, polaroids
BOX 36D Newspaper Clippings
BOX 36C Press Reviews
This category includes transcripts of radio and television coverage, as well as print reviews
BOX 36B Trade Ads
For Academy Award and other nominations
BOX 36D Foreign Press Reviews
Promotion and Publicity
Interview requests; Bob Fosse publicity itinerary; screening lists, promo/publications list; correspondence re: various publicity proposals for film; marketing ideas; critics' post-screening comments
BOX 36C Magazine Reviews
Life, 11/83 (1st run copy): "Making Over Mariel," by Cyndi Stivers
Rolling Stone, 1/19/84: "Bob Fosse's Follies," by Barry Rehfeld (2 copies)
Newsweek, 11/14/83: "An American Sleaze Tragedy," by Jack Kroll (2 copies)
Time, 1/2/84, "Best of 1983 Review"
People, 12/5/83: "Cliff Robertson," by Michelle Green
Time, 11/14/83: "A Centerfold Tragedy of Manners," by Richard Schickel (3 copies)
La Revue Du Cinema, 3/84: "Bob Fosse," by Jacques Valot
The Cable Guide, 11/84: "Bob Fosse" (3 copies)
The Arts Magazine, Chicago Tribune, 11/6/83: "Who Killed Playmate Dorothy Stratten?" by Gene Siskel
BOX 31D Research - Stratten
Playmate of the Year promotional package; photos and clips from Stratten's PLAYBOY articles
Research - Stratten
High school yearbook and directory
2, listing Dorothy Hoogstraten
Mariel Hemingway - publicity
Playboy article, using photos
BOX 36A Photos - Stratten/Casilli
Photocopies of Mario Casilli's shots of Stratten as Playmate of the Year
Photos - Stratten/Snider
Numerous snapshots (some photocopies) of Paul Snider and Stratten - personal snaps
Photos - Casilli/Vaughan miscellaneous
Photos and polaroids shot by Mario Casilli and Steve Vaughan
BOX 86B Location Photos, CA
Large format black and white, taped together
BOX 35A Photo Lists and Old Packing Inventories
BOX 36A Press Kit
Includes photos, biographies, production information
BOX 35E Music
BOX 36B Trade Ad
Mounted on Foamcore
BOX 85F Trade Ad
Laminated press quotes, 7x13
BOX Item 97I Posters and Photo Proofs
Star 80: color 1 sheet, 27x41, of Mariel Hemingway with daisy; 10 sheets of color proofs of Mariel Hemingway as Dorothy Stratten, reproducing her Playboy poses and cover, 23x36 each; color photo of Mariel Hemingway Polaroid montage, 20x24
BOX 85A, Item 97J Posters (damaged)
[Note: These were damaged by mildew; they've been packaged together.]
23x62 French Star 80 posters, (2; 1 is autographed to "Steve" by Bob Fosse); 47x64 French posters (2, 1 with minimal damage); 15x21 French handbill (1); French Star 80 press kit (1); 2 press clippings
BOX 86B Handbill and Trade Ad
Mounted black white film ad, 16x20; Star 80 15x21 handbill, color; 12x18 trade ad
Star 80, 15x21, handbill, color; 12x18, trade ad
BOX Item 94 Plaster Bust, Hemingway
Life size plaster bust of Mariel Hemingway, created for death scene
BOX 41C - G Research, Magazines
Various Playboy, Penthouse, and other magazines of this genre used for STAR 80 research have been packed in these boxes, where additional space was available
Photo Materials
[Note: The Star 80 files contain extensive photographic materials produced both by Mario Casilli, who shot the Playboy photos for the film, and by Steven Vaughan, who was the film's still photography. Because of the quantity of materials, they are listed separately from the other general photo files.]
BOX 42A - E Photos, Negative, and Miscellaneous
  • "Shoebox:" contains small group of Casilli 4x5 black and white negatives; one box of polaroids (extensive); group of indexed Casilli 4x5 negatives, color, and black and white; snapshots of Cliff Robertson as Hugh Hefner; envelope marked "Hefner magazine dupes, personal photos and dupes, etc.;" 1 packing list for Casilli work (for indexed negatives?)
  • Assorted Vaughan/Casilli slides
  • 10 copies of "fake" Playboy "Playmate of the Year, 1980" issues, with Mariel Hemingway replacing Dorothy Stratten
  • Archival file folders of: Steve Vaughan's work, mainly Vancouver; Mario Casilli's work; Elliot Marks' work-these are mainly color photos, various formats, including contact sheets from file folder taped shut (Bob Fosse note on envelope):" Mariel/Stratten, selected black and white, color shots"
BOX 41F Photos and Research Miscellaneous
Playboy magazines, various, used for research; includes some Stratten issues; several copies of "Playmate of the Year, 1980" with Hemingway as Stratten; hanging files of Vaughan and Casilli black and white, and color photos, indexed; blank "Playmate of the Year 1980" file folders. Casilli's removed.
BOX 39A - C Photos and Research Miscellaneous
  • Casilli, Marks and Vaughan photos and contact sheets
  • Playboy magazines, various, used for research; includes some Stratten issues; Casilli reject slides; Vaughan Vancouver negatives
BOX 38A - I Slides
Vaughan and Casilli reject slides (box originally labeled #5).
BOX 40A - B, 41A Slides and Research Miscellaneous
Reject slides; Playboys and assorted magazines used for research
BOX 37A - F Photography, Miscellaneous
  • 4 blue oversized 3 ring binders containing Steve Vaughan's contact sheets for: scenes from the film, production shots, etc.
  • 1 blue cloth 3 ring binder containing production notes on Casilli photos and polaroids; includes notes and numbered slides.
  • 2 oversized black scrapbooks of clothing ads and other clippings from PLAYBOY and assorted magazines, for research.
[Note: Identifications such as "Director's final draft," or "rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves, as are dates. Scripts may be duplicates. The terms "annotated," "notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that have been marked on a particular script.]
BOX 32A Script, 1st draft, 5/7/81
1st page marked "Names & changes missing;" few annotations; 166 pp.
"Pages from 1st draft of script, 5/7/81"
Script with revised pages; many notes and additional pages; 20 pp.
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