[DIRECTORS]. BERGMAN, Igmar (b.1918). Uncorrected galley proof sheets for his interview, published in Playboy, June 1964. 6 galley sheets. GALLEY PROOFS, WITH SIX CORRECTIONS AND INITIALS BY BERGMAN. The last passage shows a witty side to the reclusive director: in response to a question that begins, "To many of your friends" Bergman has stricken the entire passage and written "FRIENDS!?" -- Typed and carbon manuscript for the interview. 14 pages, 4to. With editorial corrections throughout. The text differs significantly from the proof. -- With yellow four-book sheets.
FELLINI, Federico (1920-1993). Archive of materials relating to his interview, conduction by Bill Pepper, published in Playboy, February 1966. Including: Uncorrected galley proofs. 9 pages. PROOFS INITIALED AND WITH A FEW CORRECTIONS BY FELLINI. -- Typed manuscript for the introduction and interview with Pepper. 36 pages, 4to. With editorial corrections. -- Lengthy Playboy typed manuscript of the interview, with taped inserts, heavily revised in several editorial hands. -- [With:] Typed manuscripts for two earlier, unpublished interviews with Fellini by Maria Aba and Stanley Paley, from 1964 and 1965 respectively. -- All interviews with related carbon and typed correspondence relating to publication, and with a manuscript internal note sheet by Murray Fisher and Xeroxes of articles relating to Fellini.
FELLINI, Federico. Typed letter signed ("Fellini") to James Goode, Rome, 26 February 1970. 1 page, 4to. Fellini writes that he wants to completely rewrite an article that was forwarded to him from Playboy. His interpreter also forwards a letter to Goode, and the proof sheets for the piece on Petronius' Satyricon, WITH A NOTE BY FELLINI. -- With an unsigned typed letter by Fellini in Italian relating to the article and with telegrams and related carbon and typed correspondence to Fellini.
POLANSKI, Roman (b.1933). Typed letter signed ("Roman Polanski") to A.C. Spectorsky, Hollywood, 14 February 1969. 1 page, 4to. Polanski says he has been delayed in writing because he has been traveling, "partially for pleasure, with Victor, and partially for business with 'ROSEMARY'S BABY.'" He says he cannot come up with any comments to add to "The History of Sex in Cinema" tear sheets he had been sent.
POLANSKI, Roman. Typed manuscript for his interview conducted by Larry DuBois, published in Playboy, December 1971. 93 pages, 4to, with stapled insertions throughout. HEAVILY REVISED TYPESCRIPT FOR POLANSKI'S INTERVIEW, with some corrections presumably by Polanski and others by Playboy editors.
KUBRICK, Stanley (1928-1999). Archive of materials relating to his interview, conducted by Eric Norden, published in Playboy, September 1968. Including: Typed manuscripts (several drafts) for the introduction and interview. Together approximately 160 pages, 4to. WITH REVISIONS THROUGHOUT, some presumably by Kubrick and others by Playboy editors. -- Photocopy of a fragment of the typescript with editorial corrections. -- Undivided four-book sheets with editorial corrections. -- Yellow four-book sheets.
ANTONIONI, Michelangelo (b.1912). Archive of materials relating to his interview, conducted by Bill Pepper, published in Playboy, November 1967. Including: Two typed manuscripts of the introduction and two typed manuscript of the interview. Together 65 pages, 4to, with a few editorial corrections. With two typed letters from Pepper to Murray Fisher regarding the interview, one of which states that Antonioni told Pepper: "'Bill, I think I made a mistake when I agreed to do this Playboy interview. You have exposed me totally, you've stripped me of my mystery.'" -- 18-pages of carbon typed manuscript, being selected from the entire typescript, these pages WITH ANTONIONI'S MANUSCRIPT CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS IN ITALIAN, forwarded by Pepper to Murray Fisher. -- Lengthy Playboy typed manuscript, with taped inserts, heavily revised in several editorial hands. -- With carbons, photocopies and yellow four-book proofs of the interview. (16)