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Notes on "Easy Rider" (Typescript with corrections) by  Terry Southern - 1970 - from Royal Books, Inc. and

Notes on "Easy Rider" (Typescript with corrections)

by Southern, Terry

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N.p.: N.p., 1970. One page, typescript, with a couple of typeover corrections. A fascinating muse of Southern's crafting of the "Easy Rider," screenplay, focusing on how he actually wrote Jack Nicholson's role for Rip Torn, with a detailed explanation of why Torn did not ultimately fill the role. Full provenance available on request. Blank office stock, recto only, 8.5 x 11 inches. Near Fine.

  • Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 132648
  • Title: Notes on "Easy Rider" (Typescript with corrections)
  • Author: Southern, Terry
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: N.p.
  • Place: N.p.
  • Date published: 1970
  • Keywords: Film Ephemera | Film Scripts | Original Manuscripts | Screenwriters
  • Bookseller catalogs: Film Scripts; Film Ephemera; Original Manuscripts; Screenwriters;


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