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Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

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Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

by Derwin Abrahams (director); Herbert Purdum (screenwriter); Charles McGraw (starring)

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N.p.: Federal Telefilms, 1954. Draft script for Season One, Episode 14 of the 1954-1956 television show, which originally aired on September 23, 1954. Copy belonging to episode director Derwin Abrahams, with his name (as Derwin Abbe) on the front wrapper in manuscript pencil, and manuscript pencil annotations on nearly every page.

Based on the character created by Michael Arlen, which first appeared in 1940 short story published in "Town & Country" magazine. The character would go on to appear in 15 films throughout the 1940s, as well as a radio serial, before finally being adapted as this early syndicated television show which ran for 39 episodes between 1954 and 1956.

Beige titled wrappers, noted as production No. 216, dated May 18, 1954. 54 leaves, with last page of text numbered 47. Mimeograph duplication. Pages Very Good, wrapper Very Good, with some light dampstaining to both, bound with three gold brads.

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Title
Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)
Author
Derwin Abrahams (director); Herbert Purdum (screenwriter); Charles McGraw (starring)
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Federal Telefilms
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Date Published
1954
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Television | Television Scripts | Espionage | Films with Literary Sources | Film Series
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