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13 Hours by Air [Twenty Hours by Air] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)
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13 Hours by Air [Twenty Hours by Air] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Mitchell Leisen (director); Kenyon Nicholson, Bogart Rogers (screenwriter); Fred MacMurray, Joan Bennett, Zasu Pitts (starring)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1936. Continuity and Dialogue script (pre-production) for the 1936 film, here under the working title "Twenty Hours by Air." With faint manuscript pencil annotations throughout. Typescript in black and red type. What should be a routine transcontinental flight from New York to San Francisco is complicated by its shady passengers, which include three jewel thieves, a strange nobleman, and a beautiful socialite. Brown untitled wrappers, rubber-stamped Paramount Production No. 1801. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Kenyon Nicholson. 146 leaves, with last page of text numbered 145. Black and red typescript on onionskin stock, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with yapping on the front wrapper's right edge, bound with two gold brads.
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20,000 Men a Year (Original post-production screenplay for the 1939 film)

20,000 Men a Year (Original post-production screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Alfred E. Green (director); Lou Breslow, Owen Francis (screenwriters); Randolph Scott, Preston Foster, Margaret Lindsay (starring)

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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Post-production Continuity and Dialogue script for the 1939 film. With a single manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper. A commercial pilot grounded for reckless flying decides to start his own flying school, which becomes the profitable hub of a new government-funded civilian pilots' training program. Blue titled wrappers, noted as CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE on the front wrapper, dated October 23, 1939. Title page present, with credits for director Alfred E. Green, screenwriters Lou Breslow and Owen Francis, and various other members of the cast and crew. 150 leaves, with last page of text numbered 149. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with some yapping to the lower edges, bound with two gold brads.
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20,000 Men a Year (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

20,000 Men a Year (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Alfred E. Green (director); Lou Breslow, Owen Francis (screenwriters); Randolph Scott, Preston Foster, Margaret Lindsay (starring)

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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Final script for the 1939 film. With a single manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper. A commercial pilot grounded for reckless flying decides to start his own flying school, which becomes the profitable hub of a new government-funded civilian pilots' training program. Blue titled wrappers, noted as FINAL on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 13 and production No. 1856, dated August 22, 1939. Distribution page present, with receipt intact. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Lou Breslow and Owen Francis. 158 leaves, with last page of text numbered 152. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with blue revision pages throughout, dated variously between 8/28/39 and 9/19/39. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with some minor tears and yapping to the right edge, bound internally with three gold brads.
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Air Cadet (Original screenplay treatment for the 1951 film)

Air Cadet (Original screenplay treatment for the 1951 film)

by Joseph Pevney (director); Robert W. Soderberg (screenwriter); Stephen McNally, Gail Russell (starring)

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Universal City: Universal International Pictures, 1950. Treatment script for the 1951 film. Copy belonging to Universal-International film executive Leo Spitz, with his name in manuscript ink on the front wrapper. A group of new recruits arrive at an Air Force training camp and experience the usual growing pains: hazing, romance, and rivalry. An early appearance by Golden Age heartthrob Rock Hudson as an aggressive upperclassman. Shot on location in Arizona, Florida, and Texas. Blue titled wrappers, noted as TREATMENT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped production No. 7718, dated March 21, 1950. Title page present, noted as Treatment, with credits for screenwriter Robert W. Soderberg. 78 leaves, with last page of text numbered 77. Mimeograph duplication on yellow stock, rectos only, with yellow revision pages throughout, dated variously between 3/16/50 and 3/18/50. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound at the top left corner with one gold brad.
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An Annapolis Story [The Annapolis Story] (Original screenplay for the 1955 film)
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An Annapolis Story [The Annapolis Story] (Original screenplay for the 1955 film)

by Don Siegel (director); Daniel Ullman (screenwriter); John Derek, Diana Lynn, Kevin McCarthy (starring)

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Hollywood: Allied Artists Productions, 1954. Draft script for the 1955 film, here under the working title "The Annapolis Story." With small manuscript ink annotations throughout, mostly noting the scene entrances of different characters throughout the script. Two sibling cadets at the Annapolis Naval Academy fall for the same girl, creating a love triangle that can only be resolved by one brother's sacrifice for the other in the Korean War, in the tradition of "Wings" (1927). Director Don Siegel's first film starring Kevin McCarthy, followed by the sci-fi horror classic "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956), which was considered to be a breakthrough picture for both. Set in Annapolis, Maryland. Yellow titled wrappers. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page integral to the distribution page, with credits for screenwriter Dan Ullman, dated January 6, 1954. 121 leaves, with last page of text numbered 120. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very… Read More
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Archive of 63 photographs of the crash of United Airlines Flight 173
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Archive of 63 photographs of the crash of United Airlines Flight 173

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Portland, OR: N.p., 1978. Archive of 63 vernacular color photographs of the scene of the crash of commercial United Airlines Flight 173 that occurred on December 28, 1978 in suburban Portland, Oregon. Five photographs are shown. To see a watermarked set of the entire collection, please inquire. Likely shot by an investigator or airline employee, the photographs in this archive depict a comprehensive survey of the scene of the crash, including images of the plane's fuselage, the severed wings, and the surrounding area. The flight, from JFK in New York en route to Portland, experienced a malfunction in the deployment of its landing gear, and the plane circled the airport seeking a solution until it ran out of fuel and crashed, killing ten passengers and injuring another 24. Considered a landmark moment in the history of safety regulations in American commercial aviation, including spurring the creation of the Crew Resource Management training course, which sought to mitigate the effects of human… Read More
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The Aviator (Original screenplay for the 1985 film belonging to actor Ron Travis, annotated)
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The Aviator (Original screenplay for the 1985 film belonging to actor Ron Travis, annotated)

by Christopher Reeve, Rosanna Arquette (starring); George T. Miller (director); Ernest K. Gann (novel); Marc Norman (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1983. Final Draft script, belonging to actor Ron Travis, with his ownership name in manuscript ink on the title page, and his manuscript ink annotations throughout. Bound in after the script are a substantial number of call sheets, cast and crew lists, and production memos, many with Travis' manuscript ink and pencil annotations. Based on the 1981 novel by Ernest K. Gann, and written for the screen by Marc Norman, who along with Tom Stoppard won the Oscar for Best Screenplay in 1998 for "Shakespeare in Love." A curmudgeonly pilot who finds himself stranded in the wilderness with his sole passenger, a wealthy sixteen-year-old girl, after crash-landing on a remote mountain ridge populated by ravenous wolves. Shot on location in Yugoslavia, Croatia, and Slovenia. Generic report wrappers, mylar front wrapper and blue plastic rear wrapper, as housed by Travis on the set. Title page present, dated 22 October 1983, noted as FINAL DRAFT, with credits for screenwriter Marc Norman and… Read More
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Battle Hymn (Original post-production screenplay for the 1957 film)
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Battle Hymn (Original post-production screenplay for the 1957 film)

by Douglas Sirk (director); Charles Grayson, Vincent B. Evans (screenwriters); Rock Hudson, Anna Kashfi, Dan Duryea (starring)

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Universal City: Universal International Pictures, 1956. Continuity & Dialogue script for the 1957 film. The guilt a fighter pilot feels over accidentally dropping a bomb on a German orphanage during World War II leads him to become a minister upon returning to the US. When this proves insufficient in assuaging his bad conscience, he decides to volunteer his services as a missionary in Korea, opening a large home for orphans in Seoul. Based on the true story of Colonel Dean E. Hess, a US Air Force fighter pilot turned Ohio minister who returned to the Air Force during the Korean War. As depicted in the film, the 1950 Chinese Communist takeover of Seoul led Hess to facilitate an airlift of hundreds of children from the orphanage to the sanctuary island of Cheju. The twenty-five children who appear in the film, moreover, are Korean children from the real Orphan's Home of Korea that Hess founded, and the gold flying helmet sported by Rock Hudson is the actual helmet Hess wore. Set in South Korea,… Read More
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The Blue Max (Original screenplay for the 1966 film)

The Blue Max (Original screenplay for the 1966 film)

by John Guillermin (director); David Pursall, Jack Seddon (screenwriters); Jack D. Hunter (novel); George Peppard, James Mason, Ursula Andress (starring)

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London: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. First Draft script for the 1966 film. Based on Jack D. Hunter's 1964 novel, about a selfish German aviator determined to gain the highest medal for valor, the Blue Max, by shooting down 20 aircraft. Set in Germany and France, shot on location in Dublin, Ireland. Blue titled wrappers. Title page present, dated April, 1965, noted as First Draft Screenplay, with credits for screenwriters David Pursall and Jack Seddon, and novelist Jack D. Hunter. 136 leaves, with last page of text numbered 134. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with blue undated revision pages throughout. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, with a few small splashes on the front and rear wrappers, bound internally with two silver brads.
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Bluebeard (Collection of six original photographs from the 1972 film)
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Bluebeard (Collection of six original photographs from the 1972 film)

by Edward Dmytryk (director, screenwriter); Ennio De Concini, Maria Pia Fusco (screenwriters); Richard Burton, Raquel Welch, Virna Lisi, Joey Heatherton (starring)

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Los Angeles: Cinerama Releasing, 1972. Collection of six vintage studio still photographs from the 1972 film. Three stamped production No. 72-327 on the bottom right corner of the recto. An Austrian aristocrat and war hero secretly murders his wives when he tires of them, and hides their bodies in his castle vault. Shot on location in Budapest, Hungary and Rome, Italy. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Bluebeard (Complete set of eight original photographs from the 1972 film)
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Bluebeard (Complete set of eight original photographs from the 1972 film)

by Edward Dmytryk (director, screenwriter); Ennio De Concini, Maria Pia Fusco (screenwriters); Richard Burton, Raquel Welch, Virna Lisi, Joey Heatherton (starring)

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Los Angeles: Cinerama Releasing, 1972. Complete set of eight original color studio still photographs from the 1972 film. An Austrian aristocrat and war hero secretly murders his wives when he tires of them, and hides their bodies in his castle vault. Shot on location in Budapest, Hungary and Rome, Italy. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Bombay Clipper (Original post-production screenplay for the 1942 film)

Bombay Clipper (Original post-production screenplay for the 1942 film)

by John Rawlins (director); Roy Chanslor, Stanley Rubin (screenwriters); William Gargan, Irene Hervey, Maria Montez (starring)

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Universal City: Universal Pictures, 1941. Post-production script for the 1942 film. An aviation drama celebrating Pan-American oceanic flyers, wherein a young foreign correspondent agrees to take on one last mission to investigate a missing jewels case in Bombay, India before retiring his wings and settling down with his fiancee. An early appearance by noted Dominican actress and so-called "Queen of Technicolor" Maria Montez, better known throughout the 1940s for playing hot-blooded, bejeweled seductresses in adventure epic films. Set in India and the Philippines. White titled self wrappers, with title page integral with the front wrapper, dated AUGUST 26, 1941, with credits for actors William Gargan, Irene Hervey, Charles Lang, Maria Montez, Lloyd Corrigan, and Mary Gordon. 123 leaves, with last page of text numbered REEL SIX PAGE 20. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, with creasing to the right edges, bound with two gold brads.
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Border Flight (Original post-production screenplay for the 1936 film)

Border Flight (Original post-production screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Otho Lovering (director); Stuart Anthony, Arthur J. Beckhard (screenwriters); Frances Farmer, John Howard (starring)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1936. Post-production Release Dialogue script for the 1936 film. With manuscript pencil and pen annotations on the front wrapper. Lieutenant Pat Tornell, a pilot newly sworn into the US Coast Guard's airborne division, realizes he will be working closely with his former school rival, Lieutenant Dan Conlon. The two men try to outperform each other at every turn, and are divided further and further in competition, culminating in a love triangle with Lieutenant Conlon's beautiful girlfriend Anne. Frances Farmer's second feature film. Tall white titled self wrappers, noted as RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 179 and noted as production No. 1082, dated APRIL 25, 1936. Title page integral with the front wrapper, as issued. 79 leaves, with last page of text numbered REEL 7 - PAGE 11. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, stapled at the top left corner.
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Border Flight (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

Border Flight (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Otho Lovering (director); Stuart Anthony, Arthur J. Beckhard (screenwriters); Frances Farmer, John Howard (starring)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1935. Draft script for the 1936 film. With a single manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper, incomplete as stamped. Lieutenant Pat Tornell, a pilot newly sworn into the US Coast Guard's airborne division, realizes he will be working closely with his former school rival, Lieutenant Dan Conlon. The two men try to outperform each other at every turn, and are divided further and further in competition, culminating in a love triangle with Conlon's beautiful girlfriend Anne. Frances Farmer's second feature film. Tall peach self wrappers, rubber-stamped copy No. 179 and noted as production No. 1082, dated December 7, 1935. Title page integral with the front wrapper. 63 leaves, with last page of text numbered B-34. Mimeograph duplication on peach stock, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, side stapled.
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Code: Air Force Three (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

Code: Air Force Three (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Howard Berk, Alan Horowitz (screenwriters)

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N.p.: N.p., 1970. Second Draft script for an unproduced film. With a small manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper. An Air Force pilot is hesitant to accept his newly assigned copilot, but a top secret military mission in South America, with significant interference from Russian agents, quickly bonds the two. The first and only known co-writing effort from Howard Berk, known for "Target" and "Hell River," and Alan Horowitz, known for "Cotter" and "The Longest Yard." Orange titled wrappers, noted as SECOND DRAFT on the front wrapper. Title page present, dated December 14, 1970, noted as SECOND DRAFT, with credits for screenwriters Howard Berk and Alan Horowitz. 105 leaves, with last page of text numbered 104. Mimeograph duplication on eye-rest green stock, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound internally with three gold brads.
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Con Air (Original screenplay for the 1997 film)
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Con Air (Original screenplay for the 1997 film)

by Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, Steve Buscemi, Danny Trejo, John Malkovich (starring); Simon West (director); Scott Rosenberg (screenwriter)

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Burbank, CA: Jerry Bruckheimer Films, 1996. Draft script for the 1997 film. Copy belonging to an unknown cast or crew member, with their annotations in manuscript ink on the front wrapper and throughout, noting scenes with special effects. A recently paroled ex-con finds himself traveling home on a prison transport plane also carrying a group of high-risk criminals to a supermax prison. Midway through the flight, the prisoners escape their constraints and hijack the plane, forcing the ex-con to work with police officers on the ground to lead the plane to safety. Shot on location in Elkhart and Goshen, Indiana, in Mill Canyon, Moab, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Wendover, Utah, and in Las Vegas and West Wendover, Nevada. Blue wrappers with title noted in manuscript ink on the front wrapper. Title page present, dated 5/9/96, with credit for screenwriter Scott Rosenberg. 122 leaves, with last page of text numbered 120. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus,… Read More
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Dark Angel (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)
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Dark Angel (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Jean Holloway (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1965. First Draft script for an unproduced film. Incomplete as issued, with an annotation in manuscript ink on the front wrapper, and a single manuscript annotation in pencil on page 29. A pilot returning to the US after being blinded in the Vietnam War is trapped in his own fear and post-traumatic memories, leading his fiancee to take drastic measures to snap him out of his depression. Screenwriter Jean Holloway wrote the 1966 drama "Madame X" as well as the musical adaptations of "Words and Music" and "Til the Clouds Roll By," as well as extensive story writing for television. Set in Maryland. White untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated July 20, 1965, noted as First Draft Screenplay, with credits for screenwriter Jean Holloway. 115 leaves, with last page of text numbered 114. Mimeograph duplication on eye-rest green stock, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.
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The Dawn Patrol [Flight Commander] (Archive of 34 vernacular photographs from the set of the 1930...
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The Dawn Patrol [Flight Commander] (Archive of 34 vernacular photographs from the set of the 1930 film)

by Howard Hawks (director, screenwriter); John Monk Saunders (story); Dan Totheroh, Seton I. Miller (screenwriters); Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Richard Barthelmess (starring); J.N. Boucher (photographer)

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Los Angeles: First National Pictures, 1930. Archive of 68 vernacular photographs, housed in a contemporary photo album, each photo with descriptions in silver manuscript ink just below it, and distributed in three sections as follows: (1) 34 photos taken on the set of "The Dawn Patrol" (Howard Hawks, 1930), an aviation drama set during World War I. Included are shots of planes in flight, and several others of star Douglas Fairbanks Jr. With manuscript annotations to the album pages identifying most of the photographs; (2) 16 vernacular photographs taken on the set of the pre-Code film "The Life of the Party" (Roy Del Ruth, 1930), and 18 vernacular photographs of the sinking of the RMS Tahiti off cost of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands on August 16-17, 1930, taken from the nearby SS Ventura. The front cover of the photo album identifies the photographer as J.N. Boucher, and he appears four times in the album, twice dressed as a pilot in "The Dawn Patrol" section, and twice in "The Life of the Party"… Read More
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Dragonfly Squadron (Original screenplay for the 1954 film)

Dragonfly Squadron (Original screenplay for the 1954 film)

by Lesley Selander (director); John C. Champion (screenwriter); John Hodiak, Barbara Britton (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1954. Draft script for the 1954 film. With faint manuscript pencil annotations throughout. Set months before the beginning of the Korean War, an American Air Force instructor is assigned to a Kungju base where he is set with the formidable task of completely transforming the South Korean pilots into unstoppable fighting machines in 25 days. Originally intended for release as a 3D film, and filmed in dual 53mm Polaroid 3-D, by the time the film premiered in 1954 public interest in 3D had declined, and the film was shown as a flat print. Set in South Korea and shot on location in California. Blue titled wrappers, with credits for screenwriter John C. Champion. Title page present, with screenwriting and story credits for John C. Champion. 126 leaves, with last page of text numbered 119. Typescript on onionskin, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, bound internally with three gold brads.
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Drop Zone (Original screenplay for the 1994 film)
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Drop Zone (Original screenplay for the 1994 film)

by John Badham (director); Jeb Stuart, Peter Barsocchini, John Bishop (screenwriters); Wesley Snipes, Gary Busey, Yancy Butler (starring)

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Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1993. Draft script for the 1994 film. In order to track down a gang of hacker crooks known for skydiving onto the buildings they plan to rob, a disgraced cop turns to a skydiving expert to learn the tricks of the trade and infiltrate the criminal team. Shot on location in Florida, California, and Washington, DC. Red titled wrappers, noted as DRAFT on the front wrapper, dated November 8, 1993. Title page present, dated November 8, 1933, with credits for director John Badham and screenwriters Jeb Stuart, Peter Barsocchini, and John Bishop. 62 leaves, with last page of text numbered 123. Xerographic duplication, rectos and versos. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.
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