Series F011/N - Law & Order: Los Angeles documents

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Law & Order: Los Angeles documents

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  • Textual record
  • Moving images
  • Architectural drawing
  • Object

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F011/N

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  • 2010-2011 (Creation)

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Physical description

45.9 cm of textual records
35 optical discs
1 architectural drawing
1 object

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(February 9, 1954-)

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Series consists of production documents associated with the series Law & Order: Los Angeles (LOLA). Material consists of filming schedules, scripts, administrative documents, cast lists, set diagrams, props, research, broadcasting standards, on screen credits and beat sheets

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F011-DVD-19 has been moved from F011-012-7 to box F011-135.

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Consult item list for a full list of DVDs found in the series.

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Script revisions are often identified by the colour of paper the script is printed on. The colours most often used are white, blue, pink, yellow, and green.

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Final

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Full

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