Op-Ed

Storing the Story of Dom DeLuise

posted December 30, 2010

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Nat Segaloff, the Los Angeles-based archivist for the Estate of Dom DeLuise, reports on the disposition of the great comedian’s collections, including the forthcoming donation of TV material to the UCLA Film & Television Archive.

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Films, Football, and Raccoons

posted July 1, 2010

The tangled weave

There were always rumors about the Intercollegiate Athletic Film Collection, that a treasure trove of films documenting the UW's athletic history were buried somewhere in Husky Stadium. In early 2009, Hannah Palin, Film Archives Specialist at the UW Libraries, Special Collections, met with representatives from the Intercollegiate Athletics Department to discuss a project to evaluate, inventory, and make recommendations for the care and storage of the department's films. At that meeting, Ms. Palin was taken to the fabled storage room in Husky Stadium, containing hundreds of boxes filled with thousands of films and videotapes. As Hannah Palin reveals, the rumors were all true.

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