Bob Cummings show (Television program)
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include records of business such as real estate investments, financial statements, ledger books, correspondence for business contracts, invoices, and tax records with insurance statements. Contains investments in companies such as McCullough Oil Company, and Cummings' other businesses. Dates range from 1939 to 1979.
Contains video recordings of Robert Cummings' visit to the Air Force Academy. Dated 1958 to 1959.
Contains family home videos made by the Cummings family in and around their Beverly Hill home. Videos document family gatherings and history, school events, and the children's participation in extracurricular activities. Dated approximately 1950-1965.
Materials include the video recordings of a few of Robert Cummings movies. These are "Kings Row" (1942), "Princess O'Rourke" (1943), and "Dial M for Murder" (1954). Dates range from 1942 to 1954.
Include Robert Cummings's various stage and radio performances on vinyl discs and audio reels (14AT). Performance locations include the Lux Radio Theatre and Screen Director's Playhouse. Dated 1949 to 1954.
Materials include television shows that Robert Cummings appeared on or performed in. These include "Twelve Angry Men" (1955), "Bomber's Moon" (1958), and TV broadcasts for various events. Dates range from approximately 1950 to 1961.
Materials contain letters and business correspondence regarding Robert and Mary's financial investments, as well as general familial and friend letters. It also has Robert's career contracts and expense accounts for career trips, and lawsuit papers from 1969 to 1978. Dates range from 1942 to 1978, and locations vary from different major cities around the United States, such as Los Angeles and New York City.
Materials include legal documents such as income tax returns, real estate investment records, corporate invoices and contracts of business agreements. Contains information regarding the Cummings' 1060 Corporation, Laurel Productions, and oil investments. Dates range from 1943 to 1972.