Katharine Hilliker release_55gzptn3ofagneiia5o6m7s5w4

by Kristen Hatch

Published by Columbia University.



Katharine Hilliker, best known for her work as a team with her husband, Harry H. Caldwell, began her career writing silent motion picture titles and shaping European films for release in the United States before becoming a freelance production editor for Samuel Goldwyn, United Artists, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Fox Film Corporation. As a production editor, her responsibilities, she states in her resume, involved "consultation on story and cast and the supervising of scripts before production to the job of preparing the picture, after it was shot, for theater presentation." Hilliker's papers, which include a number of personal letters, are a rich source of information on the films she edited and titled and the people she worked with, including producers Harry Rapf, Irving Thalberg, and Samuel Goldwyn; director F. W. Murnau; and Fox studio head Winfield Sheehan.
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