King, Stephen (screenwriter, starring); George A. Romero (director); Hal Holbrook, Ed Harris, Ted Danson, Adrienne Barbeau, Leslie Nielsen, E.G. Marshall
Burbank: Warner Brothers, 1979. First Draft Script for the 1982 film, "Creepshow," directed by George A. Romero, written for the screen by Stephen King, and starring King, Hal Holbrook, Ed Harris, Ted Danson, Adrienne Barbeau, Leslie Nielsen, and E.G. Marshall. SIGNED by George Romero on the title page: "Stay scared! / George Romero." This an early draft, with the "Laurel Group" address on the title page. The Laurel Group was sold the film rights by Films Around the World at the point when Romero was picked to direct the film. In one of the most successful genre pairings of the 1980s, horror maestros Romero and King came together to write a five-story B-movie anthology that paid tribute to the great E.C. horror comics of the 1950s. The result was a film that belongs in a category with Mario Bava's 1968 "Danger: Diabolik!" and perhaps a few others, wherein the experience of reading a comic book is vibrantly translated to the screen. Another often-ignored fact is this an original screenplay by King, with only two of the five tales in the anthology ("Weeds" and "The Crate") based on short stories previously written by King. Black vinyl titled wrappers, stamped in gilt on the front wrapper. Title page present, with a date of 1979 (3 years prior to the film's release) and a credit for screenwriter King. Tiny holograph ink notation of a first name ("Karen") and a couple of phone numbers at the top of same, indicating that this was probably a working reference copy. 142 leaves, mechanically reproduced, white stock. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold screw brads. In a custom quarter leather clamshell box.
Plume. PAPERBACK. 0452253802 Hardcover. Cover Very Good with Light Wear. Pages Very Good. Book Plate on First Page from Previous Owner. First Printing July 1982. Plume. "Buy with Confidence - Satisfaction Guaranteed! Customer Service Makes All the Difference." . Very Good.
Stephen King, New York, 1982. 1st Draft. Exceptional; a fine copy. Title-printed, staple-bound, red stiff-card. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. An outstanding example. ; 142 pages; 1st Draft. A George Romero Film. Subjects: King, Stephen, 1947- --Screenplays.
New York: Laurel [Laurel-Show Inc] c.1979 [but c.1982 on front cover]. Near Fine. 1982. First Edition Thus. Softcover. Presumed first edition thus [no statement of printing]. Brad-bound, 8.5" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos ["front" side] only, last numbered page is 142, red paper covers with black printing. Near Fine copy. Scarce. .
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King, Stephen [cover art by Jack Kamen] [interior art by Berni Wrightson with Michele Wrightson] [from the movie directed by George A. Romero and produced by Richard P. Rubinstein]
New York: Plume / New American Library . Near Fine. 1982. First Edition. Trade Paperback. 0452253802 . First edition. Oversize [about 8.5" x 11"] pictorial wrappers, unpaginated, color comic illustrated [by Berni Wrightson]/graphic novel format. Bright, fresh Fine copy with a minor lower corner crease to the rear cover. .
New York: New American Library Cover Art Jack Kamen. Art by Berni Wrightson with Michele Wrightson. Text CR 1982, illustrations CR 1982, stated first printing, July 1982. 60 pages all color. 8' x 11' hard paper covers. All very good condition.. Stated first Printing. Soft Cover.
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