This archive contains materials relating to the career of David as a publicist in the television and film industry in the mid 20th century. Materials in the collection include press releases for screenings, publicity events and banquets for films including Carry on Henry (1971), Anne of a Thousand Days (1969), Frenzy (1972), Doctor in Trouble (1970), Anthony and Cleopatra (1963), Carry on Abroad (1972), Carry on Matron (1972) and Mary Queen of Scots (1971). There are also publicity photographs (some signed), a small amount of correspondence and a number of press information folders about the shooting of the above named films. Most notably, this collection also includes a self-portrait drawn by Alfred Hitchcock on a UK trip in 1972.
Three archive boxes
- Television, Public Relations, Publicity, Film Industry and Marketing
- Access is given in accordance with the NMeM access policy. Material from this collection is available to researchers through the museum’s Insight facility.
- System of Arrangement: