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Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach

An Inventory of Their Papers at the Harry Ransom Center

Creator: Jackson, Anne, 1925-2016 and Wallach, Eli, 1915-2014
Title: Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach Papers
Dates: 1928-2016
Extent: 85 document boxes, 7 oversize boxes (osb) (39 linear feet), 9 oversize folders (osf), 2 galley files (gf)
Abstract: The Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach Papers document the lives and careers of the prominent American acting couple from their early stage and television appearances in the 1940s through their final performances on film in the 2000s and include scripts, photographs, posters, theater programs, clippings, correspondence, and scrapbooks, as well as manuscripts and other material relating to their memoirs and other writings, all dating from 1928 to 2016.
Call Number: Film Collection FI-05251
Language: English, Hebrew, Italian, and Spanish
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Preferred Citation Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach Papers (Film Collection FI-05251). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
Acquisition: Purchase (16-12-011-P), 2016
Processed by: Katherine Mosley, 2018
Repository:

Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin,


Actors and married couple Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, noted for their extensive careers in theater, film, and television, studied at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre and were charter members of The Actors Studio in New York. They first performed together in an Equity Library Theater production of Tennessee Williams’ This Property Is Condemned in 1946 and went on to act, separately and together, in other plays by Williams as well as in works by Jean Anouilh, Alan Ayckbourn, Eugene Ionesco, H. S. Kraft, Arthur Miller, Clifford Odets, Murray Schisgal, George Bernard Shaw, and other playwrights. Jackson and Wallach were married on March 5, 1948, and they had three children, Peter, Roberta, and Katherine Wallach, and three grandsons, Jason, Tyler, and Sean Wallach.
Anne Jackson was born Anna Jane Jackson, the third daughter of Stella Germain Murray and John Jackson, on September 3, 1925, in Millvale, Pennsylvania. Her father, a barber, had emigrated from Croatia via Germany and London, changing his name from Jaksekovitch to Jackson. In 1933, Jackson’s family moved from rural Pennsylvania to Brooklyn, New York. Jackson enjoyed performing, partly to escape from the strife between her Irish Catholic mother and her Bolshevik father and later from her mother’s mental illness and hospitalization, and she won a local talent contest at age eleven. After graduating from high school in 1943, she enrolled in an evening drama class taught by Herbert Berghof at the New School of Social Research. Later that year, she earned a scholarship to study acting full-time at The Neighborhood Playhouse. After being a finalist in the John Golden talent auditions, she accepted a role in Margaret Webster and Eva Le Gallienne’s touring production of The Cherry Orchard (1944). Her first principal role on Broadway was in the play Signature (1945), which closed after two performances. She then performed in several plays as a member of the American Repertory Company (1946-1947) and in several other short-lived productions before being cast as Nellie Ewell in the original production of Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke (1948).
Other stage roles included Absent Friends (1977), Arms and the Man (1950), The Glass Menagerie (1959), Lost in Yonkers (1992), Love Letters (1991), Luv (1964), The Madwoman of Chaillot (1985, 2001), Major Barbara (1956), Mr. Peters’ Connections (1998), Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1953), Promenade, All! (1972), Rhinoceros (1961), and Twice Around the Park (1982), among others. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in Middle of the Night (1956), and she won an Obie Award in 1963 for The Typists and The Tiger.
Jackson made her film debut in 1950 in So Young, So Bad, and she went on to appear in The Bell Jar (1979), Dirty Dingus Magee (1970), Folks! (1992), How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life (1968), The Journey (1959), Lovers and Other Strangers (1970), Nasty Habits (1976), The Secret Life of an American Wife (1968), The Shining (1980), Tall Story (1960), The Tiger Makes Out (1967), Zig Zag (1970), and other films.
Her numerous television appearances included many live dramas during the early days of television, as well as later television movies, such as Blinded by the Light (1980), The Family Man (1979), Leave ’em Laughing (1981), A Private Battle (1980), Sam’s Son (1984), Sticks and Bones (1973), and A Woman Called Golda (1982). Jackson also appeared on episodes of such series programs as Gunsmoke (1972), Law & Order (1997), Marcus Welby, M.D. (1972), and Rhoda (1977), among others. Anne Jackson died April 12, 2016, in New York City.
Eli Harold Wallach was born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 7, 1915, the son of Polish immigrants Bertha Schorr and Abraham Wallach. Although they were Jewish, Wallach and his three siblings grew up in Red Hook, an Italian-American neighborhood where their parents owned a candy store. Wallach earned a B.A. from The University of Texas at Austin in 1936 and a master’s degree in education from City College of New York in 1938 before attending The Neighborhood Playhouse from 1938 to 1940. Wallach was drafted into the army in February 1941; while serving in the medical administrative corps during World War II, he also participated in the production of theatrical revues for soldiers. Upon completion of his military service, Wallach returned to New York and began his acting career. He first appeared on Broadway in Skydrift (1945) and performed in Washington, D.C. in Horton Foote’s People in the Show (1946), in various productions as a member of the American Repertory Company (1946-1947), and in Katharine Cornell’s production of Antony and Cleopatra (1947) before being cast in the hit play Mister Roberts (1949). Wallach earned a Tony Award for his performance in Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo (1951) and created the role of Kilroy in Williams’ Camino Real (1953). He received an Obie Award for The Typists and The Tiger in 1963.
Wallach was also known for his stage roles in The Cold Wind and the Warm (1958), Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1978), The Flowering Peach (1994), Luv (1964), Mademoiselle Colombe (1954), Major Barbara (1956), The Price (1992), Rhinoceros (1961), The Teahouse of the August Moon (1954), Visiting Mr. Green (1997), and many other plays.
Wallach won a BAFTA award for his film debut, Baby Doll (1956), which was written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Elia Kazan. Among Wallach’s best-known films are The Deep (1977), The Godfather: Part III (1991), The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly (1967), The Holiday (2006), How the West Was Won (1962), How to Steal a Million (1966), Lord Jim (1965), The Magnificent Seven (1960), The Misfits (1961), Seven Thieves (1960), The Tiger Makes Out (1967), The Two Jakes (1990), and The Victors (1963). In 2010, Wallach was awarded an Honorary Academy Award for his lifetime of screen achievements.
Wallach’s work in television began in 1949 on The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse and included television movies, such as The Executioner’s Song (1982), Sam’s Son (1984), Skokie (1981), and his Emmy-Award winning Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966), as well as series episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1988), Batman (1967), Highway to Heaven (1986, 1987), Law & Order (1992), and numerous other programs. His final television appearance was in 2009 on the series Nurse Jackie; he received his fifth Emmy nomination for that role. Eli Wallach died on June 24, 2014, in New York City.

In addition to material found within the Jackson and Wallach Papers, the following sources were used:
"Anne Jackson." Film Reference, Advameg, Inc., 2018, www.filmreference.com/film/55/Anne-Jackson.html
"Eli Wallach." Film Reference, Advameg, Inc., 2018, http://www.filmreference.com/Actors-and-Actresses-Va-Wi/Wallach-Eli.html
IMDb, IMDb.com, Inc., 1990-2018, www. imdb.com
Internet Broadway Database, The Broadway League, 2001-2018, www.ibdb.com/
"Jackson, Anne." Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, The Gale Group, Inc., 2004, www.encyclopedia.com/women/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/jackson-anne-1926
Lortel Archives Internet Off-Broadway Database, Lucille Lortel Foundation, 2018, http://www.lortel.org/Archives
"Wallach, Eli." Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, The Gale Group, Inc., 2004, www.encyclopedia.com/people/literature-and-arts/film-and-television-biographies/eli-wallach

The Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach Papers document the lives and careers of the prominent American acting couple from their early stage and television appearances in the 1940s through their final performances on film in the 2000s and include scripts, photographs, posters, theater programs, clippings, correspondence, and scrapbooks, as well as manuscripts and other material relating to their memoirs and other writings. The papers date from 1928 to 2016 (bulk 1945-2008) and are organized in eight series: I. Performances (1945-2011, 44.5 boxes); II. Awards and Honors (1975-2011, 2 boxes); III. Correspondence (1935-2016, 2 boxes); IV. Personal Material (1928-2016, 19.5 boxes); V. Photographs (1934-2001, undated, 2 boxes); VI. Press and Publicity (1947-2014, 1 box); VII. Writings by Jackson and Wallach (1962-2006, 11.5 boxes); and VIII. Works by Others (1956-2008, undated, 2.5 boxes). For each series and subseries--with the exception of the Correspondence series--material is arranged alphabetically first by that which relates to Jackson individually, followed by the material which relates only to Wallach, and then by the material which relates to the couple jointly.
Actors, writers, directors, and other individuals represented or frequently referenced in the papers include Jackie Cooper, Tammy Grimes, Julie Harris, Elia Kazan, E. G. Marshall, Anne Meara, Arthur Miller, Marilyn Monroe, Inge Morath, Robert Morley, Patricia Neal, Joseph Papp, Tony Randall, Murray Schisgal, Lois Sieff, Maureen Stapleton, David J. Stewart, Jerry Stiller, Betsy von Furstenberg, and Tennessee Williams.
The Wallach household wrote notes, messages, and other jottings on the versos of discarded script pages, and such script fragments are noted in the container list. Folder labels written by Jackson, Wallach, or their children are indicated by single quotation marks in the folder descriptions.
Series I. Performances is divided into four subseries: A. Film, 1950-2010; Subseries B. Television, 1957-2005; Subseries C. Theater and Other Live Appearances, 1945-2011, and Subseries D. Recordings and Audiobooks, 1962-1992. Of particular note in the papers are Wallach’s heavily annotated scripts of Arthur Miller’s film The Misfits (1961), Tennessee Williams’ film Baby Doll (1956), and Williams’ plays The Rose Tattoo (1951) and Camino Real (1953). Scripts of The Exercise (1967), Luv (1964), Mademoiselle Colombe (1954), Major Barbara (1956), Promenade, All! (1972), Rhinoceros (1961), and Twice Around the Park (1982) are also present. Notable production and publicity photographs include those from the films Baby Doll (1956), The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966), How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life (1968), The Journey (1959), The Magnificent Seven (1960), The Misfits (1961), So Young, So Bad (1950), and The Tiger Makes Out (1967); from stage productions of Camino Real (1953), Mademoiselle Colombe (1954), Magnolia Alley (1949), Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1953), Rhinoceros (1961), The Rose Tattoo (1951), The Scarecrow (1953), Summer and Smoke (1948), and Twice Around the Park (1982); and from television productions of Dear Friends (1967), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1959), The Lark (1957), Lullaby (1960), I, Don Quixote (1959), and Rocket to the Moon (1986).
Staged readings and other appearances by Jackson and Wallach at benefits, tributes, and other occasions are documented, as are their joint presentations of evenings of poetry, selected scenes, and anecdotal reminiscences.
Series II. Awards and Honors primarily includes invitations, programs, clippings, and photographs relating to award ceremonies and events honoring the actors. Among notable materials are those relating to Wallach’s Honorary Oscar, Wallach’s Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Texas, and the couple’s T. Schreiber ‘Life in the Theatre’ Achievement Awards. Jackson and Wallach were crowned King and Queen of Brooklyn at the Welcome Back to Brooklyn Homecoming Festival in June 1998, and a memory book of letters and photographs from colleagues and friends is present, along with clippings, a press kit, and other items associated with that event.
Letters addressed individually to either Wallach or Jackson, as well as letters addressed to the couple jointly, are interfiled and arranged chronologically in Series III. Correspondence. An Index of Correspondents at the end of this finding aid contains locations for all correspondence in the collection, with the exception of that in Wallach’s military papers.
Among personal materials in Series IV are Jackson’s engagement calendars (some with journal and other entries), notes on student scenes and other items relating to scene study classes she taught at Herbert Berghof Studio, Wallach’s military service papers, a limited number of prints and negatives from his photography hobby, and numerous theater programs from productions that they attended.
Joint and individual portraits and other photographs are present in Series V. Photographs. Actors, politicians, and family members who are in photographs are noted in the container list.
Series VI. Press and Publicity is comprised of interviews with and general articles about Jackson, Wallach, and their children. Clippings related to specific productions are filed with other materials from those productions in Series I. Performances.
Series VII. Writings by Jackson and Wallach consists primarily of materials relating to their memoirs, although articles, essays, eulogies, and other writings are also present. Materials from Jackson’s autobiography Early Stages (1979) include publishing correspondence, drafts, proofs, promotional material, and review clippings. In addition, Jackson’s notes and draft pages for a proposed sequel are present, as are her notebooks containing journal entries, doodles, recipes, quotes, dreams, notes about books, movies, and plays, and other jottings, which she used as an aid for writing it. Wallach’s memoir, The Good, the Bad, and Me: In My Anecdotage (2005), is represented by interview typescripts, draft pages, correspondence, and review clippings.
Series VIII. Works by Others include scripts of Edward Albee’s Counting the Ways, Harley Granville-Barker’s Deburau, George Tabori’s Mein Kampf and Weisman and Copperface: A Jewish Western, and various plays by Joe Pintauro and Murray Schisgal, as well as materials for two comic books starring Wallach by Don Bethman and a photocopy typescript synopsis for a sequel to The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Luciano Vincenzoni.

For additional materials related to Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach at the Harry Ransom Center, see holdings for Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., Joseph Abeles, Mel Gussow, Lillian Hellman, Al Hirschfeld, Coleman A. Jennings, Norman Mailer, Arthur Miller, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Daniel Stern, Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, and Audrey Wood.
Among other institutions with Jackson and Wallach materials are Bowling Green State University (Dick Perry Collection and Gish Film Theater Collection); Columbia University Libraries (Tennessee Williams Papers); Dartmouth Library (Budd Schulberg Papers); The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University (Joseph Anthony, Richard Condon, Libby Holman, John Patrick, Suzanne Pleshette, and Sam Wanamaker collections); The Library of Congress; The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; and The Wisconsin Center for Film & Theater Research (Actors Studio Collection of Recordings).

  • The following commercial sound recordings and audio books were transferred to the Ransom Center Library and will be cataloged online in The University of Texas Library Catalog:
    • August 12, 1952: The Night of the Murdered Poets by Morris Moshe Cotel. Piano Sonata, Narrated by Eli Wallach, 1976. Grenadilla Records, 1979 (one 33 rpm record album)
    • Blacklisted (six-part series, National Public Radio, 1996)
      • Episode three, "A Long Way From Home" and episode four, "Rainy Season" (1 cassette tape, without a case)
      • Episode five, "How I Killed Hugh G. Foster" and episode six, "Reprieved" (1 cassette tape)
    • Brecht on Brecht, arranged and translated by George Tabori (with original cast including Anne Jackson). Columbia Records, 1963 (one 33 rpm record album)
    • The Chosen by Chaim Potok, Read by Eli Wallach. Warner Audio Publishing, Inc. (2 cassette tapes in original case)
    • Christ in Concrete (A Musical Monodrama). Narration by Eli Wallach; the spoken word of the 1960 opera version/monodrama composed by Harold Seletsky and adapted from the book by Pietro di Donato. Da Vinci Records, 1962 (one 33 rpm record album)
    • The Complete Shakespeare Sonnets (read by Eli Wallach and others). Airplay, Inc., 1999 (2 compact discs, in original wrapper)
    • Eli Wallach Reads Isaac Bashevis Singer: Based on the Newbery Honor Book Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories. Newbery Award Books, 1974
      • Two cassette tapes in original case (two copies)
      • Two 33 rpm records /double album
    • International Poetry Forum, 1966-1991: The 25th Anniversary Collection (with Eli Jackson reading "The Yma Dream" by Thomas Meehan), 1991 (1 cassette tape) (two copies, one missing case)
    • The Jewish Book of Why by Alfred J. Kolatch. Read by Eli Wallach. HighBridge Company, 1995 (6 cassette tapes in original case and wrapper)
    • Luv by Murray Schisgal (with original Broadway cast Alan Arkin, Anne Jackson, and Eli Wallach, directed by Mike Nichols). Columbia Records (two 33 rpm records /box set)
    • One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Read by Eli Wallach. Caedmon Records, 1978 (one 33 rpm record album)
    • The Red Pony by John Steinbeck. An abridgement of the novel, read by Eli Wallach. Caedmon Records (two 33 rpm records /double album)
    • Short Stories of Bernard Malamud: Read by Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson. Listening Library, 1988 (6 cassette tapes, in original case)
  • Unpublished, non-commercial sound recordings with the following labels were transferred to the Center's Sound Recordings Collection and will be described separately in the Center’s Sound Recordings Database, available in the Center’s Reading and Viewing Room:
    • ‘Abe Wallach speaking’ (Eli Wallach’s father) (with post-it notes, one from Eli Wallach to Peter Wallach, re. copying contents to audio cassettes, 28 October 1992) (1 reel-to-reel tape)
    • ‘Anne Jackson Interview with David Rothenberg,’ 19 January 1996 (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Anne Jackson January 1996’ (case label is ‘Mom Play’) (1 cassette tape)
    • Anne Jackson (‘Mom’) (recordings for memoirs, part I published as Early Stages and part II never published)
      • ‘84, Charing Cross Road’ (1 cassette tape)
      • 84, Charing Cross Road ‘Helene Hanff reading her letters’‘Charing Cross Helene herself reading for me!’ ‘Dunnigan’s Daughter – Kazan etc.’ Label on side 1: ‘Helene Notes on 84 Charing Cross Suggestion re. c.p.’ Label on side 2: ‘Rehearsal Takes 2-28’ (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Anne of Green Gables Rehearsal Wynn II’ (case label) (1 cassette tape) Side A: ‘Anne of Green Gables 2 Monologues 10 min. Typists, Luv, Mildred Turner (Oh, Men! Oh, Women!)’ Side B: ‘Rehearsal Wynn II 1732 Rosa (55 m.)’
      • ‘About Luv etc.’ ‘Mom Reads’ (case label) (1 cassette tape) Side A: ‘House of Blue Leaves, Summer and Smoke, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Madwoman (of Chaillot), Waltz of the Toreadors’ Side B: ‘Wyn – Rehearsal Notes’ (refers to Wynn Handman?)
      • ‘Dunnigan’s Daughter /Property Condemned’ (2 cassette tapes, one labeled ‘Copy’) Side A: ‘From movies I would have been an actress with or without them Into the darkened theater / John G. (Golden) auditions’ Side B: Dunnigan’s Daughter Improv Ends with (This) Property (Is) Condemned (transition good)’
      • ‘Follows Cherry Orchard Tour – Begins after 16 weeks of touring – ends with Dunnigan’s Daughter set-up’ ‘Mom Reads Book II’ (case labels) (1 cassette tape) Side A: ‘Book II July 20 ’86 Stages Typing disk for Diann – Later return from Cherry Orchard – RM at 435th’ Side B: ‘Dunyasha bit – work tape at Libertys and Making the Rounds’
      • ‘The Glass of Orange Juice,’ ‘Roberta Is Born’ (1 cassette tape) Side A: ‘The Glass of orange juice, (Take) I to 970, Take II 970- , February 1986 Side B: ‘Roberta (Wallach) is born 000 to 138, Live acting versus Hollywood, Catherine Burns play 138 to 328’
      • ‘Interview - Debut – Cherry Orchard’ ‘1. Interview – Debut – Mary Alice’s Review B.; 2. Terms..Like Horseracing A.; 3. Description Cherry Orchard, set and costume description. Side A 140..Hollywood scouts scouted – on to Cherry Orchard…not of my imagination bit. 151- Interview..to Golden Auditions’ (Side B has label ‘Mr. Gilman’s class’) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘(Lawrence) Olivier’s girls singing’ ‘Charing Cross work’ ‘Jenny the Cat’ (case labels); ‘Julie and Tamsin Olivier singing’ and ‘84, Charing Cross (Road)’ (labels on cassette) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Tamsin and Julie Olivier’ (case label) (1 cassette tape) Side A: ‘Tamsin and Julie Olivier (music)’ Side B: ‘June 1974 (moral #1 Trailer? Story..128 What’s your name – B’lkyn (Brooklyn)’
      • ‘Tells Story about HB Studio??’ (Herbert Berghof Studio) ‘Religion – American Childhood, ‘780 Kath (Katherine Wallach) – Spoon River Midwestern acc(ent)’ (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Tells Story about (Elia) Kazan and Gadge (Kazan’s nickname was "Gadget" or "Gadge") great story’ (case label); ‘This is following Cherry Orchard tour signature – ends leading to Dunnigan’s Daughter’ (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘The Wake (Book I)’ ‘Mom Reads Book’ (1 cassette tape)
    • Awake and Sing
      • ‘Act I, 31 January 1999’ (side A); ‘Act II, Scene I’ (side B) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Act II, Scene II’ (side A); ‘Act III’ (side B) (1 cassette tape)
    • Bittersweet Pieces: Dutch Short Stories (stories originally selected for a radio project by Radio Netherlands; English translations were adapted by Gerrit Bussink and American radio producer Marjorie Van Halteren and first presented by American actors in the Apple Corp Theatre in New York in 1989; recordings of those were available for broadcast by radio stations in the U.S.; the stories were published in book form as Bittersweet Pieces: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories (1991), edited by Bussink)
      • "Fear of the Roller Coaster" by Vonne van der Meer. Read by Anne Jackson ‘Recorded at Apple Corp Theatre New York City 24 May 1989’ (1 cassette tape)
      • "Jaap Schaap" (Jack Lamb) by Maarten’t Hart. Read by Eli Wallach. ‘Recorded at Apple Corp Theatre New York City 24 May 1989’ (1 cassette tape)
    • "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" (Eli Wallach reading the short story by Stephen Crane, BBC Radio 4, 16 March 1998 (1 cassette tape)
    • "Bulldog" (Eli Wallach reading the short story by Arthur Miller for NPR’s The Connection), 28 November 2002 (2 cassette tapes, one not in a case and possibly a copy, labeled ‘Eli Tells Arthur Miller story’)
    • Christ in Concrete (Narration by Eli Wallach; the spoken word of the 1960 opera version/monodrama composed by Harold Seletsky and adapted from the book by Pietro di Donato, which was performed at Carnegie Hall and recorded and released as a record album in 1962) (1 cassette tape in a case labeled ‘Take from Record’)
    • Diane Rehm Show (station WAMU-FM, Washington, D.C.) (interview for Eli Wallach’s book tour for The Good, the Bad, and Me, 5 May 2005) (label says REHM HR 2 5-5-05) (1 cassette tape)
    • Eli Wallach (recordings for memoirs, published as The Good, the Bad, and Me)
      • ‘Eli tells great Sinatra stories’ (1 cassette)
      • ‘Interview (Nazis) Poland’ (case label; label on cassette is ‘Eli Wallach gathering 6 February 1983’ (1 cassette)
      • ‘Reads Book,’ (case label; cassette labels side A: ‘Eli Wallach—Book—June 2001; side B: ‘Wallach--Book’) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘This will be for page 3 – side A start with John Huston etc. also pick up Misfits’ ‘On side A ends finally free her from the castle!’ (1 cassette tape)
      • University of Texas (case label ‘Texas (University) "U of T" at Austin alumnus of "S" Curtain Club;’ label on cassette ‘U.T. interview radio’ (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Eli Wallach reading poems In Praise of Women/prod. By Rachel Berg___’ ‘Eli Wallach, In Praise of Women, Reviews of poetry/ Lowell-Milosz’ ‘Eli – Interview’ (case label) (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Emily Dickinson read by Anne Jackson, Small Press Center Benefit, December 2003’ ‘long open before Mom’ (1 cassette tape)
    • Five Tales from the American Outback (including Eli Wallach reading "Tennessee’s Partner" by Bret Harte), BBC Radio 4, Transmission dates 21-25 January 2002 (1 cassette tape)
    • Hamilton vs. Burr: A Strange Case of Homicide (radio program produced by the Radio Action Theatre and Foundation for New Media, directed by Robert Clem, recorded at Westrax Studios in New York, September 1991; aired on NPR 1992) ‘with Eli Wallach, T. Jerome, P. Booth’ (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Hemingway Reading at Small Press,’ (Anne Jackson reading part of Maria from For Whom the Bell Tolls), 6 November 1997 (1 cassette tape)
    • I, Don Quixote (Dale Wasserman’s teleplay adaptation of Don Quixote, starring Eli Wallach as Sancho, premiered on the CBS television show DuPont Show of the Month on 9 November 1959) (1 cassette tape, labeled 10 November 1959)
    • In Persons (theater production with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, Kaufman Theatre, New York City, 1993)
      • ‘Smiling Through, Act I,’ ‘sound by Raymond Shilke’ ‘v.o. master 10000872’ (one 15 ips reel-to-reel tape)
      • ‘Just Music’ ‘Performance Media 81303, 2 September 1993, 60 seconds’ (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘National Actors Theater’ ‘Reel to Reel?’ ‘These are just music’ (1 cassette tape)
    • International Poetry Forum, Pittsburgh, 21 November 1976. Anne Jackson reading Rainer Rielke’s 15-poem cycle Das Marienleben (The Life of the Virgin Mary), accompanied by music of the Antiqua Players. ‘Rehearsal’ (one 7-1/2 ips reel-to-reel tape)
    • Love Letters (play by H. R. Gurney)
      • ‘Philadelphia, November 1990’ ‘Live’ (Shubert Theatre) (with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Philadelphia, Spring 1991’ ‘Pete (A. R.) Gurney’ ‘Eli (and) Anne Reading Live’ (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Queens Theater in the Park’ (in Queens Borough of New York City), 18 November 1995 (with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Tel Aviv, May 1993’ (1 cassette tape)
    • Luv (Alan Arkin, Eli Wallach) ‘Go to Record’ (side A) ‘Anne Giving Exercise Instructions’ (side B) [Original cast recording of Luv for Columbia Records, 1965?] (1 cassette tape)
    • Opera Comique (play by Nagle Jackson, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., May 1987 (case label ‘Interview for Opera Comique Anne and Eli sides 1 and 2’; cassette labels ‘Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson – "Capital Conversation" – broadcast the week of 24 May 1987’ and ‘Washington—Opera Comique’ (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Otto Frank Interview,’ WOTW radio, Nashua, New Hampshire ‘L.S. #3, ’78’ (with business card of Michael A. Siegel of WOTW) (reel-to-reel tape)
    • ‘Rabbi William Berkowitz in Dialogue with Eli Wallach’ (an American Jewish Historical Society event presented by The Center for Jewish History), ‘Interview,’ 12 July 2004 (1 cassette tape)
    • ‘Wallach / Jackson Dub 3/12/81,’ (4 tracks listed); (one 15ips reel-to-reel tape)
    • ‘Walter Cronkite on phone machine’ ‘Walter message’ (1 cassette tape)
    • Weekend Edition Saturday (NPR radio program hosted by Scott Simon) Henry Roth Reading by Eli Wallach, 12 February 1994 (1 cassette tape)
    • WNYC
      • ‘Eli and Anne’ (case label; WNYC cassette labels ‘Interviews’ ‘Eli Wallach Anne Jackson’) (1 cassette tape)
      • ‘Interview: Book, Talks about "U. of T." (University of Texas)’ (1 cassette tape with WNYC label and with business card of Melissa Eagan, senior producer of The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, New York Public Radio attached)
  • Unpublished, non-commercial compact discs and VHS video tapes with the following lables were transferred to the Ransom Center’s Moving Image Collection and will be described separately in the Center’s Moving Image Database, available in the Center’s Reading and Viewing Room:
    • Discs
      • American Masters. "Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio" (season 6, episode 2), ‘Actors Studio w/ Eli (Paul Newman Narrating),’ 24 June 2005 (documentary aired 8 July 1991, with Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson) (1 disc)
      • Cool in Your Code (NYCTV television show by Hank Wasiak. Celebrity interview series segment titled "Back on the Block: Eli Wallach") ‘Eli Interview at Sardi’s’ (case label) (1 disc) [disc possibly damaged]
      • ‘The Dutch Treat Club Gala Tribute to Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, and Tony Walton,’ The University Club, 14 May 2007 (1 disc) [disc possibly damaged]
      • Elia Kazan: A Director’s Journey (documentary film narrated by Eli Wallach), 1995 (1 disc)
      • Helmut by June (tv movie, 1997) ‘For Your Emmy Consideration’ (review dvd by HBO) (1 disc)
      • Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theater and Film (tv talk show, season 4, episode 2) (James Lipton interviewing Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach) (1 disc)
      • ‘Maureen Stapleton Memorial’ ‘Maureen Stapleton: A Tribute by Rick McKay’ (short film tribute by Rick McKay of Second Act Productions, commissioned by Doris Roberts for Stapleton’s New York City memorial service in 2006, with interviews of Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach). Label on dvd lists: ‘1. Not shown 10-minute cut, 2. Not shown 6-minute cut’ and disc plays ‘Long Rough Cut 10 minutes’ and ‘short cut for Scott 6 minutes’ (1 disc)
      • The Moviemakers. "Robert Wise" (PBS mini-series narrated by Eli Wallach, 1995) (1 disc)
      • Profiles (NYC TV celebrity interview television program hosted by Mickey Burns) (episode 33, interview with Eli Wallach) (1 disc)
      • ‘Turner Classic Movies Classic Film Festival,’ Hollywood, 2010. Robert Osborne with Eli Wallach (1 disc) [disc possibly damaged]
      • "Visiting Mr. Green: The Film" (title on case; title in film is "Excerpts from Visiting Mr. Green: A Reading of the Screenplay") (dvd of Eli Wallach, Noah Wyle, and other actors reading portions of the play Visiting Mr. Green by Jeff Baron (1 disc, in a case with Rock Ridge Entertainment label, but not a commercial recording)
      • What’s My Line? (tv series, with Alan Arkin, Anne Jackson, and Eli Wallach, 14 March 1965) (1 disc) [this disc appears to be blank]
    • Video Tapes
      • 20th Century Fox: The First Fifty Years (1915-1965) (tv documentary movie with Eli Wallach) ‘Part 1 of 1 (texted version/revised final) production date 5 December 1996, Audio: Ch. 1 & 2 Stereo Mix w/ announce viewing’
      • ABC World News Now (tv news program, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), 16 January 2001
      • Advice and Dissent (short film with Eli Wallach), 2002
      • American Masters (tv series)
        • "Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan and the Blacklist: None Without Sin," 2003 ‘for screening purposes only--not for resale’
        • "Billy Wilder: The Human Comedy" (season 12, episode 3): 1998
        • "Helen Hayes: First Lady of the American Theatre" (season 6, episode 1, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), 10 July 1991
        • "Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio" (season 6, episode 2), ‘Actors Studio w/ Eli (Paul Newman Narrating),’ 24 June 2005 (documentary aired 8 July 1991, also had Anne Jackson). Three copies, one with Sam Wallach’s name on case and two by DG Systems
      • American Playhouse. "Rocket to the Moon" (tv series, season 5, episode 13, with Eli Wallach), 1986
      • An Evening with Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson. "Rocket to the Moon," T. Schrieber Studio, 19 April 1999
      • The Arlene Herson Show (tv interview program with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), ‘composite tape, Taped at their New York City apartment June 1990’
      • Baby M (tv movie with Anne Jackson, 1988) ‘Tape 1 of 2’
      • Biography (tv series)
        • "Clint Eastwood: Gut Instinct" (episode 244, 5 October 2003, with Eli Wallach) ‘Texted Pulled Blacks Version, Production Date 5 September 2003, Ch. 1 & 2: Stereo Mix w/ Announce Viewing Copy’
        • "Fatty Arbuckle: Betrayed by Hollywood" (with Stuart Oderman, 8 April 1998 episode)
        • "Lee Strasberg: Method Man," (with Eli Wallach, for BBC Two’s Reputations tv series, season 4, episode 7, 23 July 1997; also shown on Biography tv series, 20 May 1998)
        • "Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess" (17 October 1994 episode, with Eli Wallach) ‘Revised, Texted Version, Pulled Blacks) Production Date 10/02/96 Dub Date 10/07/96 Ch. 1 & 2: Stereo Mix w/ Announce Viewing’
      • The Bookfair Murders (film with Eli Wallach), 2000 ‘International Version Stereo- English Mix, 9 June 2000)
      • Bravo (artist profile #204ST ?) ‘NALAA (National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies) – Eli Wallach,’ 19 June 1991, ‘hosted by Eli Wallach’
      • Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (documentary with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), 2003
        • Tape dated 8 February 2006 (two copies, one also with ‘Anne Jackson’ and ‘Here Are Ladies’ labels)
        • Tape labeled ‘20 min. screener’
        • Trailer, 1-1/2 minutes, along with 1968 Tony Awards appearance
      • ‘Brooklyn Botanical Gardens Celebrity Walk’ (Celebrity Path), (Welcome Back to Brooklyn Festival, with Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson honored as King and Queen of Brooklyn), 12 June 1988
      • "Celebrating the Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre and 100 Years of Yiddish Theatre" (hosted by Eli Wallach), Jewish Heritage New York, CUNY Television, event taped at Hunter College, May 2002)
      • Character Studies (PBS documentary tv series, hosted by Eli Wallach). ‘Interview with Eli Wallach, 3 October 2001’ (mislabeled? series began in 2005)
      • Charlie Rose (tv interview program, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach on their 50th Anniversary), 6 March 1998
      • ‘Clips from Films,’ ‘Various Clips with Eli Wallach’ (Baby Doll, Circle of Iron, The Deep, How to Steal a Million, Lord Jim, The Magnificent Seven, The Misfits, Nuts)’
      • A Cold Night’s Death (tv movie with Eli Wallach), 1973, along with ‘I’m Evil-Elvis’ and ‘He was Once’
      • Cronkite Remembers (tv mini-series with Eli Wallach), 23 May 1996
      • Danger. "The System" (tv series, 10 June 1952 episode with Eli Wallach)
      • David Spiel Productions: "The Silver Maiden" (student film with Eli Wallach, 1981, winner of CINE Golden Film Award--‘Eli in Park Student Film,’ and "Death Kanon" (short film, winner of New York Dance Film Association Award), 21 February 1985
      • The Domino Principle (later title The Domino Killings) (film with Eli Wallach, 1977)
      • East Hampton: From the Ice Age to the Year 1998 AD (documentary film narrated by Eli Wallach), 350th Celebration of the Town of East Hampton, 1998
      • The Education of Max Bickford (tv series)
        • "Genesis" (season 1, episode 14 or 15, #014 or #015, with Eli Wallach), ‘Broadcast Cut,’ 2001
        • "I Never Schlung for My Father" (possibly "I Never Schlunged for My Father") (season 1, episode 12 or 13, #012 or #013, with Eli Wallach), ‘Broadcast Cut’
        • "One More Time" (season 1, episode 21, #021, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), ‘Broadcast Cut,’ 2001
      • Edwin Booth Award to Arthur Miller (with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), Helen Huff Theatre, 2 March 1992
      • ‘Eli,’ undated
      • ‘Eli Wallach Interview,’ 25 September 1998
      • Elia Kazan: A Director’s Journey (documentary film narrated by Eli Wallach), 1995 (probably two copies--one is labeled ‘Eli Wallach Elia Kazan Tribute,’ presumably referring to this documentary)
      • Ellis Island Medal of Honor (awards to Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), 21 May 1995
      • Everything’s Relative (pilot episode of tv series with Anne Jackson), 1987
      • The Flowering Peach ‘30 second commercial,’ Coconut Grove Playhouse, undated
      • The Golden Age of Television. "Birthright." (A&E tv series, episode 37 and 38, showing season 3, episode 9 of Goodyear Theatre with Eli Wallach and Martin Balsam from 1960), 1988
      • The Golden Boot Awards (Eli Wallach), 2001 (three tapes, one labeled ‘2001 Golden Boot Awards Ceremonies Part I and Part II’ and one labeled ‘Presented by Carroll Baker, 17 minutes’)
      • Goodyear Theatre. "Birthright" (tv series, season 3, episode 9, with Eli Wallach and Martin Balsam)--see Golden Age of Television
      • Great Performances (PBS tv series)
        • "Making The Misfits" (documentary by Gail Levin with Eli Wallach)
          • Two copies, one with label ‘English Titled Version,’ WNET Channel 13, New York, 2002
          • ‘A 1960 Documentary, WNET Channel 13, ‘Running time approximately 20 minutes, 16 mm b&w transfer, 3 May 2001’ ‘No Sound’
        • "Theatre in America: Paradise Lost" (episode 107, presentation of the play by Clifford Odets, with Eli Wallach), WNET Channel 13, 6 March 1974 ‘Reel 2 of 2 (2/22/74) W/ Burn-In T.C.’
      • ‘Gregory Hines and other Songs and Dance,’ undated
      • Guns for Hire: The Making of The Magnificent Seven (tv documentary with Eli Wallach), October Films, 2000
      • He Was Once (short film, 1998) -- see A Cold Night’s Death
      • ‘Helen Hayes Awards’ (The Helen Hayes Tribute recognizing Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson) 1991 (two copies)
      • Highway to Heaven (tv series)
        • "To Bind the Wounds" (season 2, episode 16, with Eli Wallach), ‘prod. #7868, reels: tape dub viewing cassette), 4 April 1986
        • "To Bind the Wounds" (season 2, episode 16, with Eli Wallach), 1986, ‘and Honi Coles’ (Charles Coles)
        • ‘1988’ (possibly "A Father’s Faith," season 3, episode 22, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, 1987) along with ‘Hollywood’s Darkest Days’
      • ?Historia del cine con Eli Wallach (unidentified Italian program), undated
      • ‘Hollywood’s Darkest Days’ -- see Highway to Heaven ‘1988’
      • Hollywood on Trial (documentary, 1976, or possibly part one of Blacklist documentary, 1995)
      • ‘I’m Evil – Elvis’ (song Trouble by Elvis) -- see A Cold Night’s Death
      • In Our City: New Yorkers Remember September 11th (PBS documentary with Eli Wallach), Metroarts Thirteen Production, 2002 (two copies, one labeled only ‘In Our City – Eli Wallach)
      • Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theater and Film (tv talk show, season 4, episode 2)
        • ‘Show #403 Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson,’ 6 March 1998 (two copies, one with label ‘Interview with James Lipton’)
        • ‘Show #403 Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson,’ ‘Not Yet Approved Master," 2 March 1998
        • ‘Show #403 Eli Wallach Stills & Mattes (10 Sec. Hold),’ 6 March 1998 (two copies)
      • ‘The Interview with Eli Wallach,’ 1985
      • Isn’t It Romantic? (American Movie Classics and Romance Classics Channel tv program, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), premiered 14 February 1997
      • ‘Italian TV Interview (with) Eli Wallach,’ undated [could this be the same as 2000 RAI interview?]
      • ‘Jackson Family,’ undated
      • JCA (Jewish Council for the Aging) Productive Aging Award, 2005
        • ‘Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson Retrospective Tape’ (two copies)
        • ‘Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara Congratulations Tape’
      • John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick (documentary film with Eli Wallach), 1988
      • Jones Beach: An American Riviera (documentary narrated by Eli Wallach), 1999
      • Keeping the Faith (film with Eli Wallach and Ben Stiller, 2000)
      • Kojak. "A Question of Answers" (tv series, season 3, episode 1, with Eli Wallach), ‘Part I and Part II,’ September 1975
      • Late Night with Conan O’Brien (tv series, season 1, episode 27, number 1.27, with Eli Wallach), 1993
      • Late Night with David Letterman (tv talk show) (interview with Eli Wallach) (15 May 1986 or 28 December 1990)
      • Later with Bob Costas (tv talk show) (interview with Eli Wallach), 18-19 March 1992 (two copies)
      • Law & Order (tv series)
        • "Burned" (season 8, episode 9, with Anne Jackson), 1997
        • "The Working Stiff" (season 2, episode 22, with Eli Wallach), 1992, (two copies, one also with ‘The Clint Holmes Show’ (New York at Night, tv talk show), ‘Fox-TV, 1992’
      • Leave ’Em Laughing (tv movie with Anne Jackson), 1981, ‘Charles Fries (executive producer), ‘8 September 1983, ‘S/P Dub’
      • Lights Out. "Rappaccini’s Daughter" (tv series, season 4, episode 5, with Eli Wallach), September 1951
      • Masques of Melancholia: An Evening of Drama and Literature (filmed event by Stephen Cole sponsored by the American Psychiatric Association and Burroughs- Wellcome, with Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach and Richard Chamberlain. Released on video internally in 1991), ‘Act 1 and 2,’ 1991. Two copies, one with label ‘narrated by Anne’
      • The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation (animated short film by John Cannizzaro-Canemaker, voice by Eli Wallach), 2 May 2004
      • The Moviemakers (PBS miniseries show narrated by Eli Wallach, circa 1995-1996)
        • "Arthur Penn" ‘Ch. 1 & 2 / Stereo Mix, 5 March 1996’
        • "Elia Kazan" ‘Viewing’ [possibly the same as Elia Kazan: The Director’s Journey]
        • "Richard Brooks" ‘Stereo Viewing’
        • "Robert Wise," 1995 (three copies, one also with ‘The Actors Studio Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson,’ undated)
        • "Stanley Donen" ‘Viewing’
      • Murder: By Reason of Insanity (tv movie with Eli Wallach), 1985
      • Naked City. "A Death of Princes" (tv series, season 2, episode 1, with Eli Wallach), 1960
      • Naked City: Justice with a Bullet (tv movie with Eli Wallach), 1998 ‘Final Delivery,’ Showtime Television, 30 June 1998
      • New York at Night ‘The Clint Holmes Show’ (tv talk show) -- see Law & Order "The Working Stiff" (season 2, episode 22, with Eli Wallach), 1992
      • ‘New York Tonight: Eli Wallach,’ 23 May 2005 (Wallach promoting The Good, the Bad, & Me, ‘Harcourt Publicity’) (two copies)
      • Next Year Is Here (ESPN tv special with Eli Wallach as narrator, produced/edited by John Bacchia), undated
      • On Stage (NY1 News tv program, began in 1998)
        • ‘Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson, 14 June 1999’
        • ‘Wallach/Jackson Profile, 1 June 1998’ and label on case ‘Anne & Eli: A Family Tribute 2005’
      • One on 1 with Budd Mishkin (NY1 News tv program, began in 2003) (with Eli Wallach)
      • The Open Mind (tv public affairs interview series)
        • "Eli Wallach: The Actor as Citizen," 21 April 1998
        • "Eli Wallach: The Actor...Off Stage," 27 April 1993 ‘Recorded 4-28-93’
        • "Eli Wallach’s The Good, the Bad, and Me," 21 April 2005
      • The Other War (documentary film made by the Tel Aviv Development Foundation, with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, 1984) ‘Anne and Eli with mayor of Tel Aviv’
      • Our Family Honor (tv series with Eli Wallach, 1985-1986)
      • The O’Reilly Factor (talk show hosted by Bill O’Reilly, with Eli Wallach), ‘Bill O’Reilly Interview with Eli,’ 8 January 1998
      • Play for Today. "84, Charing Cross Road" (BBC tv series episode, produced by Mark Shivas), 1975 (tape dated 21 February 1986 and with note fragment ‘This is cassette of a play made by BBC starring Anne’
      • "Rabbi William Berkowitz in Dialogue with Eli Wallach" (an American Jewish Historical Society event presented by The Center for Jewish History), 12 July 2004
      • RAI Italian Broadcasting System. Eli Wallach Interview, June 2000
      • Reflections. ‘Timothy Bogart’ with note by Eli Wallach ‘This is a short film I appeared in--it was the graduation film made by a young student at New York University’ [Timothy Scott Bogart; shown at 11 May awards ceremony of First Run ’90 48th Annual NYU Student Film Festival, supposedly 11:05 in length "Plans for the future awaken pain from the past in this emotional family drama"] [Wallach also appeared on Bud Greenspan’s Reflections tv series, 2004]
      • The Religious Right Then and Now (People for the American Way documentary), (1992)
      • ‘Russian Interview’ with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, undated
      • The Search for Dracula (documentary by Productions Quai 32 for the Discovery Channel, narrated by Eli Wallach) ‘Full Mix Stereo,’ 1996
      • ‘Sergio Leone with Eli,’ undated
      • Speaking Freely. "A Conversation with Eli Wallach" (tv series, episode 68), 19 September 2002
      • ?Stage on Screen. "Voices" (tv series by PBS affiliate Thirteen WNET), 26 September 2000
      • Sticks and Bones (film with Anne Jackson), 1973
      • Studio One in Hollywood. "The Staring Match" (Westinghouse tv series, with Anne Jackson), 1957 ‘(James) Daley, Paul Gregory, Bill (William) Smithers, Lonny (Chapman)’
      • Tennessee Williams Remembered (Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), 1999
      • Theatrical Treasures: Tennessee Williams Remembered, June 1999 ‘at Lincoln Center Library’
      • This Property Is Condemned ‘original 16 mm transfer, undated. Tape label also lists Tennessee Williams Remembered. Outer case label is for Bravo cable network’s ‘Arts Partnership PSA (Public Service Announcement) Eli Wallach and Anne’
      • The Today Show (tv news program and talk show, with Eli Wallach), 8 January 1991
      • Tony Awards 1968 (Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, 3 minutes), along with ‘Trailer for Rick McKay’s Broadway: The Golden Age,’ 1-1/2 minutes
      • A Tribute to Arthur Miller (Roundabout Theatre Company, narrated by Eli Wallach), 24 April 1997
      • A Tribute to Sir John Gielgud (MetroView Special) (Shakespeare Society benefit tribute at the Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse ‘with Sheridan Morley, Keith Baxter, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach’), 18 September 2000
      • Turner Classic Movies Archival
        • Anne Jackson, undated
        • Eli Wallach, undated
      • Un Siècle d’Écrivains (A Century of Writers). "Tennessee Williams" (French tv documentary series, no. 256, 1 February 2001), Euripide Productions, 9 February 2001
      • Vendetta II: The New Mafia (later title Bride of Violence 2) (tv movie, with Eli Wallach), 1993 ‘Unformatted Part 1 of 2’
      • Visiting Mr. Green: A Reading of the Screenplay (with Eli Wallach and Noah Wyle), (October 2003)
      • What’s My Line? (tv series, 14 March 1965 episode, with Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson)
      • Whoopie. "American Woman" (tv series, with Eli Wallach, 2004)
      • Working in the Theater (American Theatre Wing tv series, season 10, episode 4, #135/136, ‘Performance,’ with Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach), September 1988. Two copies, one labeled ‘narrated (on camera) by Eli’
      • World War II: A Personal Journey (tv documentary mini-series, show #3, with Eli Wallach), 1991
      • Zegota: Council for Aid to Jews in Occupied Poland (1942-1945) (documentary film narrated by Eli Wallach), Documentaries International Film & Video Foundation, 1998 (accompanied by Teachers’ Discussion Guide)
  • Eli Wallach’s BAFTA award, Emmy award statue, honorary Oscar award statue, and University of Texas Distinguished Alumnus award and medallion; Eli Wallach’s nameplate; and Anne Jackson’s notepad holder were transferred to the Ransom Center Personal Effects Collection and will be described in the Center’s Personal Effects and Objects database. To request access to Wallach’s award statues, please email the Center’s curator of Film at film@hrc.utexas.edu.
  • One disc containing nine JPEG files was transferred to the Center’s Electronic Records Collection. They are described in this finding aid and are available to patrons in the Center’s Reading and Viewing Room.

People

Grimes, Tammy
Harris, Julie, 1925-2013
Kazan, Elia
Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005
Monroe, Marilyn
Morley, Robert
Neal, Patricia, 1926-2010
Papp, Joseph
Randall, Tony
Schisgal, Murray, 1926-
Sieff, Lois
Stapleton, Maureen
Stewart, David J., 1915-1966
Von Furstenberg, Betsy, 1931-2015
Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983

Organizations

Actors Studio (New York, N.Y.)
Guild Hall of East Hampton
Herbert Berghof Studio
Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
New York Shakespeare Festival
Theater Guild. Theatre at Sea

Subjects

Actors--United States--20th century
Actors--United States--Portraits
American drama--20th century
Dramatists, American--20th century
Motion Picture producers and directors--United States
Motion Pictures, American
Theater--Great Britain--20th century
Theater--Production and direction
Theater--United States--20th century

Document Types

Address books
Appointment books
Clippings
Correspondence
Digital images
Diplomas
Film stills
Galley proofs
Interviews
Journals
Military records
Notebooks
Photographs
Playbills
Postcards
Posters
Scrapbooks
Screenplays
Scripts
Theater programs