• Don Draper and 'Mad Men' archive land at University of Texas

    7 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    Show creator Matthew Weiner and production company Lionsgate have donated the "Mad Men" archive - scripts, drafts, notes, props, costumes, digital video and reams of research materials that went into creating the show's richly-detailed presentation of the American 1960s - to the University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center humanities library.
    "Look books" of period fashion and style were laid out for each character, home and office design, with details from the average kitchen toaster to re-creating a checkbook or men's suits.
    If the collection holds any secrets about the characters or...
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  • Don Draper and 'Mad Men' archive land at University of Texas

    Don Draper and 'Mad Men' archive land at University of Texas

    7 days ago - By News OK

    AUSTIN, Texas - Props, scripts, costumes and other items from the television show "Mad Men" are heading to Texas.
    Show creator Matthew Weiner and production company Lionsgate have donated the "Mad Men" archive materials to the University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center humanities library in Austin.
    The acquisition was to be announced Thursday.
    Some materials will eventually be on display for the public.
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  • Don Draper and ‘Mad Men' archive land at University of Texas

    Don Draper and ‘Mad Men' archive land at University of Texas

    7 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    AUSTIN, Texas - The last America saw of Don Draper, he was meditating on a Pacific hillside, imagining one of the iconic ads in television history. What's left of the flawed protagonist of “Mad Men” has now gone to Texas. Show creator Matthew Weiner and production company Lionsgate have donated the “Mad Men” archive [...]
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