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Alvarez Kelly (Two original photographs, one color, from the 1966 film)
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Alvarez Kelly (Two original photographs, one color, from the 1966 film)

by Edward Dmytryk (director); Franklin Coen (screenwriter); William Holden, Richard Widmark, Janice Rule (starring)

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1966. Two vintage photographs from the 1966 film, one color studio still photograph of Victoria Shaw and Patrick O'Neil and one borderless black and white test photograph of Janice Rule. Based on the Confederate "Beefsteak Raid" of 1864 during the Civil War. William Holden is an expatriate cattleman in Mexico during the Civil War who supplies the Union with cattle until Confederate Colonel Rossiter, played by Richard Widmark, kidnaps the cattleman, leaving him little choice but to cooperate with the Confederacy. Set in Petersburg, Virginia, shot on location in Baton Rouge and Clinton, Louisiana. 8 x 10 inches. Light toning to the extremities of the black and white photograph, else Near Fine.
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Another Part of the Forest (Original screenplay for the 1948 film)
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Another Part of the Forest (Original screenplay for the 1948 film)

by Lillian Hellman (playwright); Michael Gordon (director); Vladimir Pozner (screenwriter); Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Dan Duryea (starring)

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Universal City: Universal International Pictures, 1947. Revised First Draft script for the 1948 film. With faint manuscript pencil annotations, and watermarked CONTRACT FILE COPY throughout. Based on the 1946 Broadway play, and a prequel to the 1941 film "The Little Foxes." In the fictional town of Bowden, Alabama, the wealthy Hubbard family holds onto their old-South prominence and prestige through exploitation and cruelty. A searing portrayal of racism and class privilege in the post-Civil War American South. Set in Alabama. Green titled wrappers, noted as REVISED FIRST DRAFT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped production No. 7494, dated June 9, 1947, with credits for screenwriter Vladimir Pozner. Title page integral on the front wrapper. 178 leaves, with last page of text numbered 169. Carbon typescript on onionskin stock, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus with light foxing to the left edge, bound with three gold brads.
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The Beguiled (Original photograph of Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel on the set of the 1971 film)

The Beguiled (Original photograph of Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel on the set of the 1971 film)

by Don Siegel (director); Thomas Cullinan (novel); Andre Marinie (photographer); Albert Maltz, Irene Kamp (screenwriters); Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Hartman, Jo Ann Harris (starring)

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Burbank, CA: The Malpaso Company, 1971. Vintage borderless photograph of Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel on set from the 1971 film. With a rubber stamp crediting photographer Andre Marinie on the verso. Based on Thomas Cullinan's 1966 novel, set during the American Civil War, about an injured Yankee soldier (Eastwood), who is rescued by a teenage girl from a Southern boarding school. At the school, the students and staff are at first shy to the soldier, but as he recovers his charms win them over. As he "seduces" nearly every student and staff member, jealousy among them arises, creating a steamy and sadistic theme (including some scenes of sexual tension that "beguiled" censors and audiences of the 1970s). Don Siegel would direct Eastwood the same year in "Dirty Harry," a far throw from the dramatic, repressed feel of this film. Set in Louisiana, shot on location in Louisiana and California. 9.5 x 7.25 inches. Near Fine, light creasing and light edgewear.
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Carruthers (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

Carruthers (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by David Zelag Goodman (screenwriter); Benjamin Manaster (story)

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Chicago: Zev Braun Productions, 1970. Draft script for an unproduced film called "Carruthers," circa early 1970s. Written by David Zelag Goodman, whose film credits include "Monte Walsh" (1970), "Straw Dogs" (1970), "Farewell, My Lovely" (1975), "Logan's Run" (1976), and "Eyes of Laura Mars " (1978). Based on a story by Benjamin Manaster ("Goldstein," 1964, director), set in Texas just before the Civil War, with lead character named Carruthers, an Army Captain, and references to the Mexican Army and the Alamo. Black slave characters also present, as well as reference to the "N" word. It appears Carruthers is hung from the gallows at "Fade Out." White titled wrappers. Title page present, undated, with credits for screenwriter Goodman and story writer Manaster. 111 leaves, with last page of text numbered 109. Mechanical duplication. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound internally with three gold brads.
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Catlow (Original photograph from the 1971 film)

Catlow (Original photograph from the 1971 film)

by Sam Wanamaker (director); Louis L'Amour (novel); Scott Finch, J.J. Griffith (screenwriters); Yul Brynner, Richard Crenna, Leonard Nimoy, Daliah Lavi (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1971. Vintage borderless reference photograph from the set of the 1971 film, showing actor Richard Crenna tied across a runaway horse, simulated by a saddle and a trailer bed, for a close-up scene. From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler. Based on Louis L'Amour's 1963 novel "Shalako." A renegade Civil War veteran plans an elaborate gold heist, but is ceaselessly hunted by a former friend turned marshal. Shot on location in Spain. 10 x 8 inches. Very Good plus, with light wear at the corners. Pitts 675.
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Count Three and Pray [The Calico Pony] (Original screenplay for the 1955 film)

Count Three and Pray [The Calico Pony] (Original screenplay for the 1955 film)

by George Sherman (director); Herb Meadow (screenwriter); Van Heflin, Joanne Woodward, Raymond Burr (starring)

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1955. Draft script for the 1955 film, here under the working title "The Calico Pony." Actor Van Heflin's copy, with his manuscript annotations throughout. Heflin plays a Civil War soldier returning to his hometown as a minister, but his violent past follows him. The film debut of Joanne Woodward. Red and black titled wrappers. Title page present with credit for writer Meadow. 146 leaves, mimeograph duplication, with annotations throughout. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, internally bound with three gold brads.
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Dances with Wolves (Original photograph of Kevin Costner on the set of the 1990 film)

Dances with Wolves (Original photograph of Kevin Costner on the set of the 1990 film)

by Kevin Costner (director, starring); Michael Blake (screenwriter, novel); Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney Grant (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1990. Vintage reference photograph from the 1990 film, showing director Kevin Costner and a camera crew capturing a scene on location. Printed mimeo snipe affixed to the verso. From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler. Based on the 1988 novel by Michael Blake. A Union soldier is sent to a remote outpost in Kansas, where he gradually befriends the inhabitants of a nearby Sioux camp. Nominated for twelve Academy Awards, winning seven, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Cinematography. Shot on location in Kansas, Wyoming, and Nebraska. 7 x 5 inches. About Fine.
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The Dark Command (UK Uncorrected Proof)

The Dark Command (UK Uncorrected Proof)

by W.R. Burnett

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London: William Heinemann, 1938. UNCORRECTED PROOF, preceding the First UK Edition. Basis for the Academy Award-nominated 1940 film directed by Raoul Walsh starring John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Claire Trevor; the only film in which Wayne and Rogers appear together, and the second of only two films on which Wayne and Walsh worked together after Walsh discovered Wayne as a 23 year-old prop man. A woman marries a seemingly peaceful Kansas schoolteacher only to find that he attacks both sides during the Civil War for his own profit. Very Good in trade size wrappers (softcover). Repair to an inch and a half-sized loss to the bottom right hand corner of the front wrapper, lightly wear and soil. Olive Films 661.
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[Dick Powell's] Zane Grey Theatre: Man Unforgiving (Original screenplay for the 1958 television...
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[Dick Powell's] Zane Grey Theatre: Man Unforgiving (Original screenplay for the 1958 television episode)

by Claude Akins, Johnny Crawford, Dan Blocker, Joseph Cotten, Dick Powell (starring); James Sheldon (director); Bob Barbash, Frank Waldman (screenwriters)

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Culver City, CA: Four Star / Zane Grey, 1957. Draft script for the 13th episode of season two of the 1956-1961 Western anthology television series. Copy belonging to actor Johnny Crawford, with his name in manuscript ink on the front wrapper and cast page, and his annotations on page 11. A sheriff begins to suspect that the drifter he has taken in may be the army doctor whom he blames for the loss of his leg in the Civil War. The episode originally aired on January 3, 1958, on CBS. Housed in a brown card folder with a label noting the script title affixed to the front. Red titled wrappers, dated 10-24-57. Title page present, dated 10-24-57, noted as Last Draft, with credits for screenwriters Bob Barbash and Frank Waldman. 42 leaves, with last page of text numbered 40. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound internally with three gold brads.
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Five Guns West (Original insert poster from the 1955 film)

Five Guns West (Original insert poster from the 1955 film)

by Roger Corman (director); R. Wright Campbell (screenwriter, starring); John Lund, Dorothy Malone, Mike Conners (starring)

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N.p.: American Releasing Corporation, 1955. Vintage insert poster from the 1955 film. Roger Corman's directorial debut and his third production. During the Civil War, five condemned men are offered pardons by the Confederacy if they join the Confederate army and track down a traitorous Confederate spy who is in possession of a stagecoach full of Confederate gold. Shot on location in Death Valley and Los Angeles, California. 14 x 36 inches. Very Good plus, with light creasing at the extremities and a 3/4-inch closed tear to the lower vertical fold.
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Friendly Persuasion (Original screenplay, presentation script)
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Friendly Persuasion (Original screenplay, presentation script)

by Jessamyn West (novel, screenwriter); William Wyler (director); Michael Wilson, Robert Wyler (screenwriter); Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins (starring)

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Glendale, CA: Allied Artists, 1955. Final script for the 1956 film. Originally, screenwriter Michael Wilson went uncredited because he was on the Hollywood Blacklist. Credited here for screenwriting are novelist Jessamyn West and one of the film's producers Robert Wyler. Wilson was finally given the credit by the Screenwriters Guild in 1996. Based on the 1945 novel by Jessamyn West. Members of a Quaker family in 1860s Indiana must individually reassess their faith and morals as the Civil War looms closer and closer to their home. Set in Jennings County, Indiana. Brown Allied Artists' leather binder, with credits for director William Wyler. Title page present, dated 18 August, 1955, noted as Final, with credits for novelist Jessamyn West, screenwriters Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler, and director William Wyler. 164 leaves, with last page of text numbered 163. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with revision pages throughout, dated variously between 9/6/55 and 9/12/55. Pages Very Good, binder… Read More
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Ghosts Behind the Sun: Splendor, Enigma, and Death, Mondo Memphis, volume I (Signed First Edition)

Ghosts Behind the Sun: Splendor, Enigma, and Death, Mondo Memphis, volume I (Signed First Edition)

by Tav Falco

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N.p.: Creation Books, 2011. First Edition. First Edition. Trade softcover (no hardcover equivalent). Uniquely INSCRIBED by the author on his custom bookplate on the first leaf (the half-title page). The first in a two-part series chronicling the underground cultural history of Memphis, Tennessee, from the Civil War through the twentieth century. Tav Falco, member of the rock and roll band Panther Burns, narrates autobiographical stories of his time in Memphis as well. Fine and unread in illustrated wrappers as issued.
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book (Original yearbook signed by Margaret Mitchell)
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book (Original yearbook signed by Margaret Mitchell)

by [Margaret Mitchell] Louise Perrett, Sarah K. Smith (authors)

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Chicago: The Reilly and Britton Co, 1917. First Edition. First Edition. Blank book-style yearbook (largely still blank) belonging to Elizabeth Floding with numerous inscriptions and well wishes from various students and faculty, including a four-line Gellett Burgess poem written to Floding by Margaret Mitchell: "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, I'll tell you one thing anyhow, I'd rather see than be one! Ha! Ha! Margaret Mitchell." Additional ephemera also laid in, including a piano recital program and various small photographs. "Gone With the Wind" writer Mitchell attended private girls' school Washington Seminary in Atlanta Georgia, where presumably Floding was a classmate. The book also contains an inscription to Floding from English teacher Eva Paisley, whom Mitchell would credit as the first to recognize her writing talent. Floding would go on to attend Emory University. Very Good plus, housed in a custom gray cloth chemise and gray leather slipcase decorated with gilt… Read More
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The Great Sioux Uprising [Sioux Uprising] (Original screenplay for the 1953 film)

The Great Sioux Uprising [Sioux Uprising] (Original screenplay for the 1953 film)

by Lloyd Bacon (director); J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater, Melvin LEvy, Frank Gill Jr. (screenwriter); Faith Domergue, Jeff Chandler, Glenn Strange (starring)

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Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1953. Revised final script for the 1953 film "The Great Sioux Uprising," seen here as "Sioux Uprising." Though very loosely based on true events surrounding the two-year Red Cloud's War, during which a Cheyenne Native American chief repeatedly attacked US forces in an effort to stem the flow of White settlers, this film centers around a white man who attempts to help a Sioux tribe retrieve a large number of stolen horses, white attempting to convince them to join up with the Union soldiers instead of the Confederates. Shot on location in Oregon, with a cast partly comprised of local Native Americans. Tan titled wrappers, noted as REVISED FINAL SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper, dated September 3, 1952. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Levy and Gill. 138 leaves, with last page of text numbered 125. Multilith duplication, with pink and blue revision pages throughout, dated 9/22/52 and 9/15/52. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with… Read More
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Hearts in Bondage [The Glory Parade] (Original photograph from set of the 1936 film)

Hearts in Bondage [The Glory Parade] (Original photograph from set of the 1936 film)

by Lew Ayres (director); Karl Brown, Olive Cooper, Wallace MacDonald, Bernard Schubert (screenwriters); James Dunn, Mae Clarke, David Manners, Charlotte Henry, Henry B. Walthall (starring)

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North Hollywood: Republic Pictures, 1936. Vintage photograph of director Lew Ayres and crew members on the set of the 1936 film. Mimeo snipe, manuscript annotations and rubber studio stamp on the verso. Based on events of the American Civil War, focusing on the friendship between Kenneth Reynolds (James Dunn) and Raymond Jordan (David Manners), divided by the war and now facing each other in the famous naval battle between the ironclad Monitor and the Merrimack. The only film Lew Ayres directed. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Hearts in Bondage (Original photograph from the 1936 film)

Hearts in Bondage (Original photograph from the 1936 film)

by Lew Ayres (director); Karl Brown, Olive Cooper, Wallace MacDonald, Bernard Schubert (screenwriters); James Dunn, Mae Clarke, David Manners, Charlotte Henry, Henry B. Walthall (starring)

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North Hollywood: Republic Pictures, 1936. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1936 film. During the Civil War, two former friends face each other in the famous naval battle between the ironclad Monitor and the Merrimack. 10 x 8 inches. About Fine.
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The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph of John Ford and China Machado on the set of the 1959 film)
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The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph of John Ford and China Machado on the set of the 1959 film)

by John Ford (director); Harold Sinclair (novel); Peter Basch (photographer); John Lee Martin, Martin Rackin (screenwriters); John Wayne, William Holden, Constance Towers (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1959. Vintage borderless matte-finish photograph from the set of the 1959 film, showing director John Ford smoking a cigar with model China Machado, who was then dating leading actor Bill Holden. With the stamp of still photographer Peter Basch on the verso, along with manuscript pencil annotations identifying Ford and Machado. Loosely based on the 1956 novel by Harold Sinclair, which in turn was based on the historic Civil War battle of Newton's Station and Grierson's Raid. A Union cavalry brigade's mission behind Confederate lines is complicated when they are forced to take a woman prisoner after she overhears their plans. Set in the American South, shot on location in Louisiana and Mississippi. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph of John Ford and John Wayne from the set of the 1959 film)

The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph of John Ford and John Wayne from the set of the 1959 film)

by John Ford (director); Harold Sinclair (novel); John R. Hamilton (photographer); John Lee Martin, Martin Rackin (screenwriters); John Wayne, William Holden, Constance Towers (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1959. Vintage reference photograph of John Ford and John Wayne on the set of the 1959 film. Loosely based on the 1956 novel by Harold Sinclair, which was based on the 1863 Civil War battle of Newton's Station and Grierson's Raid. A Union cavalry brigade's mission behind Confederate lines is complicated when they are forced to take a woman prisoner after she overhears their plans. Set in the American South, shot on location in Louisiana and Mississippi. 8 x 10 inches. Some very faint creasing, else Near Fine.
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The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph from the set of the 1959 film)

The Horse Soldiers (Original photograph from the set of the 1959 film)

by John Ford (director); Harold Sinclair (novel); John Lee Martin, Martin Rackin (screenwriters); John Wayne, William Holden, Constance Towers (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1959. Vintage photograph from the 1959 film, showing director John Ford sharing a cigar with in-costume actor Hoot Gibson during a break in shooting an outdoor scene. With the stamp of a private collector on the verso. A Union cavalry brigade's mission behind Confederate lines is complicated when they are forced to take a woman prisoner after she overhears their plans. Loosely based on the 1956 novel by Harold Sinclair, which in turn was based on the historic Civl War Battle of Newton's Station and Grierson's Raid. Set in the American South, shot on location in Louisiana and Mississippi. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, with light toning and a splash stain to the margins.
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Invitation to a Gunfighter (Collection of six original photographs from the 1964 film)
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Invitation to a Gunfighter (Collection of six original photographs from the 1964 film)

by Richard Wilson (director, screenwriter); Larry Klein (teleplay); Elizabeth Wilson (screenwriter); Yul Brenner, Janice Rule, George Segal, Pat Hingle (starring)

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Los Angeles: Stanley Kramer Productions, 1964. Collection of six vintage borderless reference photographs from the 1964 film. Each with a provenance stamp on the versos. Based on a 1957 teleplay by Larry Klein which aired on CBS' "Playhouse 90" on March 7, 1957. A confederate soldier returns home after the war to find his home sold by the town banker and his wife married to a union soldier. The banker hires a gunfighter to come after the former confederate soldier. Set in New Mexico, shot on location in Arizona. Four photographs 9.5 x 7.5, two photographs 7.5 x 9.5 inches. Near Fine.
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