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Deep Throat (Original press kit for the 1972 film)

by Gerard Damiano (director, screenwriter); Linda Lovelace, Harry Reems (starring)

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Published
1972
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$875.00

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N.p.: Gerard Damiano Film Productions, 1972. Vintage three-color press kit for the groundbreaking 1972 adult film, with annotation in holograph marker on upper right of recto of first page of "Coming! Feb 21st," with a two page center spread featuring a synopsis and black and white photographs, and ad mats on verso of second page. The film that… Read more
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Six Pack (Original screenplay for the 1982 film)

by Kenny Rogers, Diane Lane, Erin Gray (starring); Daniel Petrie (director); Mike Marvin, Alex Matter (screenwriters)

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Published
1982
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$375.00

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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Final Shooting script for the 1982 film. A race car driver rescues a gang of orphaned children from the clutches of the corrupt county sheriff in a small Texas town. Set in Sweetwater, Texas, and shot on location in Buford, Suwanee, Powder Springs, Atlanta, and Jefferson, Georgia. Orange… Read more
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L'Affaire est dans le sac [It's in the Bag] (Collection of six original photographs from the 1932 French film)

by Jacques Prevert (screenwriter); Pierre Prevert (director); Etienne Decroux, Jean-Paul Le Chanois, Julien Carette, Philippe Richard (starring)

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Published
1932
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$750.00

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Joinville-le-Pont, France: Pathe-Natan, 1932. Collection of six vintage oversize matte-finish double weight reference photographs from the 1932 French comedy film. With the label of Les Grands Films Classiques on the verso. A milliner and his salesman plan to kidnap a millionaire, but accidentally kidnap the millionaire's bored young son, who is thrilled to be part of an adventure.… Read more
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Les bijoux de famille [French Blue] (Archive of 95 original photographs from the 1975 film)

by Jean-Claude Laureux (director, screenwriter); Michel Parmentier (screenwriter);

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Published
1975
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$2,200.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1975. Archive of 95 vintage borderless reference photographs, essentially keybook photos demonstrating sequences, from the 1975 French pornographic film. Included with the collection is a French pressbook for the film. Class barriers dissolve and invert in unusual and unexpected ways at the reading of an aristocratic patriarch's will. 9.5 x 7 inches. Near Fine. … Read more
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Home Fries (Original screenplay for the 1998 film)

by Vince Gilligan (screenwriter); Dean Parisot (director); Drew Barrymore, Catherine O'Hara, Luke Wilson, Jake Busey, Shelley Duvall (starring)

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Published
1996
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$175.00

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N.p.: International Creative Management [ICM], 1996. Second Draft agency script for the 1998 film. Written by Vince Gilligan, who would go on to create the legendary television series "Breaking Bad." When Beatrice Lever (Catherine O'Hara) finds out her husband is having an affair she sends her military pilot sons, Angus (Jake Busey) and Dorian (Luke Wilson), in their… Read more
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Outlaw Blues (Original screenplay for the 1977 film)

by Susan Saint James, Peter Fonda (starring); Richard T. Heffron (director); Bill L. Norton (screenwriter); John Crawford, James T. Callahan (starring)

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Published
1976
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$475.00

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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1976. Revised First Draft script for the 1977 film. Bobby (Peter Fonda) is a struggling musician who gets a chance to showcase some of his songs to country star, Garland Dupree (Callahan). The country star steals Bobby's best song, "Outlaw Blues," and makes it a hit. Receiving no credit, Bobby confronts Garland, and… Read more
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$475.00
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Hot Skins [Don't Worry, Doll, I'm Covered] (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Joseph T. Longo (screenwriter)

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Published
1987
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$75.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1987. Draft script for an unproduced film. Laid in with the script is a small typed note introducing the screenplay, addressed from agent Frank Taylor to casting agent Paul Kohner, and a copied certificate providing proof of registration with the Writer's Guild of America. Two idiot would-be robbers steal the wrong package from a mail truck… Read more
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The Pope Must Diet [The Pope Must Die] (Original screenplay for the 1991 film)

by Robbie Coltrane, Adrian Edmondson, Paul Bartel (starring); Peter Richardson (director, screenwriter); Pete Richens (screenwriter)

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Published
1990
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$450.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1990. Third Draft script for the 1990 British film, seen here under the alternate title "The Pope Must Die." An unqualified and irreverent priest is accidentally chosen as the new pope, and finds himself wildly unprepared for life as the pontiff. Set in Vatican City, shot on location in Yugoslavia and the UK.… Read more
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The Tall Guy [Camden Town Boy] (Original screenplay for the 1989 film)

by Jeff Goldblum, Emma Thompson, Rowan Atkinson (starring); Mel Smith (director); Richard Curtis (screenwriter)

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Published
1988
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$150.00

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London: Working Title Films, 1988. Revised Draft script for the 1989 film, here under the working title "Camden Town Boy." A comedian's assistant falls in love with a beautiful nurse, but their relationship grows strained when she suspects him of being unfaithful. Shot on location in London. Cream generic studio wrappers with a die-cut… Read more
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$150.00
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Vampira [Old Dracula] (Original photograph from the 1974 film)

by Clive Donner (director); Jeremy Lloyd (screenwriter); David Niven, Teresa Graves, Nicky Henson, Jennie Linden (starring)

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Published
1974
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$65.00

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1974. Vintage studio still photograph featuring Teresa Graves and Peter Bayliss from the 1974 British film. Dracula, portrayed by the typically charming Niven, attempts to revive his great love, the Countess Vampira, by collecting blood from Playboy models touring his castle, but when Vampira awakens, she is now a powerful Black woman, in… Read more
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Every Home Should Have One (Original screenplay for the 1970 film)

by Marty Feldman (screenwriter, starring); Jim Clark (director); Herbert Kretzmer, Milton Shulman (story); Barry Took, Denis Norden (screenwriters); Judy Cornwell, Gary Miller (starring)

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Published
1969
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$875.00

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London: Ned Sherrin, 1969. Early Draft script for the 1970 British film, with annotations in holograph ink on four pages, a "1." on the title page, and three underlining locations. Script preceded by six pages of notes on story, cast of characters, and notes on principal characters. An ad man is tasked with creating a new, sexy… Read more
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Flying Down to Rio (Original screenplay for the 1933 film)

by Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Dolores del Rio, Gene Raymond (starring); Thorton Freeland (director); Louis Brock (story, play); Anne Caldwell (play); Cyril Hume, H.W. Hanemann, Erwin Gelsey (screenwriters)

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Published
1933
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$1,500.00

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Culver City, CA: RKO Studios, Inc, 1933. Final Draft script for the 1933 film. Carbon typescript on onionskin, with production number "687" and "Property of RKO Studios, Inc. Return to Scenario Dept. Files" stamps on front wrapper. Based on an unpublished play by Anne Caldwell and Louis Brock, which was based on a story by Louis Brock. One… Read more
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Slither (Original screenplay for the 1973 film)

by James Caan, Peter Boyle, Sally Kellerman (starring); Howard Zieff (director); W.D. Richter (screenwriter)

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Published
1972
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$675.00

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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1972. Draft script for the 1972 film, belonging to uncredited crew member J.T. Woods, with their name in holograph pencil on top of front wrapper, and with annotations in holograph marker of layout diagrams on recto and verso of front wrapper, and with names and a phone number in holograph ink, on verso of… Read more
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Greenwich Village (Original screenplay for the 1944 film, presentation copy belonging to William Bendix)

by Carmen Miranda, Don Ameche, William Bendix (starring); Walter Lang (director); Earl Baldwin, Walter Bullock (screenwriters)

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Published
1943
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$750.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1943. Shooting Final Draft script for the 1946 film, in maroon leather presentation binding belonging to William Bendix, with his name in gilt on front board, and title in gilt on spine. Bound in, preceding title page, is a note in holograph ink, not in Bendix's hand, on the verso of a 1945 desk calendar page, "Bendix… Read more
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Don Juan Quilligan [Two Faced Quilligan] (Original screenplay for the 1945 film, presentation copy belonging to William Bendix)

by William Bendix, Joan Blondell, Phil Silvers (starring); Frank Tuttle (director); Herbert Clyde Lewis (story); Arthur Kober, Frank Gabrielson (screenwriters)

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Published
1944
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$400.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1944. Shooting Final Draft script for the 1945 film, here under the working title "Two Faced Quilligan," in maroon leather presentation binding belonging to William Bendix, with his name in gilt on front board, and title in gilt on spine. William Bendix was an American stage, film, radio, and television actor whose New York accent and… Read more
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Borsalino [Marseille 1930] (Original screenplay for the 1970 film)

by Jacques Deray (director, screenwriter); Eugene Saccomano (novel); Jean-Claude Carriere, Jean Cau, Claude Sautet (screenwriters); Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Catherine Rouvel (starring)

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Published
1969
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$1,650.00

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Paris: Adel Productions, 1969. Draft script for the 1970 French film noir, here under the working title "Marseille 1930." Text in French. Annotation on front wrapper of release title, written large and boldly in cursive holograph pencil, with working title on title page. Erased annotations in holograph pencil still visible on upper left of title page of names… Read more
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The Old Maid [La vieille fille] (Original screenplay for the 1972 French film)

by Annie Girardot, Philippe Noiret, Marthe Keller (starring); Jean-Pierre Blanc (director, screenwriter)

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Published
1971
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$1,250.00

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Paris: Lira Films, 1971. Draft script for the 1972 French film (text in French), belonging to uncredited sound engineer Gerard Dacquay, with name in holograph marker on bottom right margin of front wrapper, and name and address stamped on top right of title page. Copy number "17" in holograph ink on front wrapper. A few minor holograph annotations in… Read more
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Beetlejuice: Catmandu [Katmandu] Got Your Tongue? (Original storyboards for the 1991 television episode)

by Stephen; Ouimette Alyson Court (starring); Alan Bunce, John Halfpenny, Larry Jacobs, Rick Marshall, John Van Bruggen (directors); Taylor Grant (screenwriter)

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Published
1991
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$350.00

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Los Angeles: Geffen Company, 1991. Original hand-drawn storyboards, bound in script format and executed in holograph pencil and ink, for the 63rd episode of the 4th season of the 1989-1991 television series, which originally aired on December 4, 1991 on Fox. An animated series loosely based on Tim Burton's 1988 film, following the wacky adventures of goth… Read more
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Rooney (Original screenplay for the 1958 film)

by Catherine Cookson (novel); George Pollock (director); Patrick Kirwan (screenwriter); John Gregson, Muriel Pavlow, Barry Fitzgerald (starring)

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Published
1957
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$450.00

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London: Pinewood Studios, 1957. Shooting script for the 1958 British film. Annotation in holograph ink of copy number "64" on front wrapper. Laid in are two loose pink revision pages and 36 bound pink revision pages. Based on the 1957 novel by Catherine Cookson. John Gregson, in a memorable performance, stars as Dublin trash collector James Ignatius Rooney,… Read more
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Murder He Says (Vintage sheet music for the 1943 song, inscribed by composer Jimmy McHugh)

by Frank Loesser (lyrics); Jimmy McHugh (music)

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Published
1943
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New York: Paramount Music Corporation, 1943. Vintage sheet music for the song "Murder He Says." INSCRIBED by composer Jimmy McHugh to the front wrapper: "To my pal Johnny / 'Murder' He Says / Jimmy McHugh." The song was originally sung by Betty Hutton in the 1943 film "Happy Go Lucky," directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Hutton… Read more
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