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The Adventures of Kit Carson: Eyes of the Outlaw (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

The Adventures of Kit Carson: Eyes of the Outlaw (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

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The Adventures of Kit Carson: Eyes of the Outlaw (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

by Paul Landres (director); Barry Shipman (screenwriter); Bill Williams, Don Diamond (starring)

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Hollywood: Revue Productions, 1954. Draft script for the Season 4, Episode 15 "The Adventures of Kit Carson" episode "Eyes of the Outlaw," originally aired on November 6, 1954. Copy belonging to actor Tom Irish, with his name and character ("Red Pony") in manuscript ink notation to the title page, and a number of annotations throughout, including several large drawings to the versos of pages 7, 20, 36, and 37.

Kit and El Toro save a young woman from being kidnapped by two outlaws.

Set in the American West.

Titled self-wrappers, with title page integral with the front wrapper as issued, noted as Teleplay on the front wrapper, noted as production No. 159, with credits for screenwriter Barry Shipman. 39 leaves, with last page of text numbered 37. Spirit duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, with final leaf detached, partially bound with a staple to the top left corner.

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Title
The Adventures of Kit Carson: Eyes of the Outlaw (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)
Author
Paul Landres (director); Barry Shipman (screenwriter); Bill Williams, Don Diamond (starring)
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Publisher
Revue Productions
Place of Publication
Hollywood
Date Published
1954
Keywords
Television | Television Scripts | Western
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Television Scripts; Television; Western;

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