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Dial Red O [Code 3] (Original screenplay for the 1955 film)

by Elliott, Bill (starring); Daniel B. Ullman (director, screenwriter)

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Published
1954
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$975.00

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Glendale, CA: Allied Artists, 1954. Shooting script for the 1955 film noir, here under the working title "Code 3," with the working title crossed through on the front wrapper and "Dial Red O" written above it twice, once in holograph pencil and once in holograph ink. Copy belonging to an uncredited crew member, with annotations throughout in red pencil,… Read more
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Guilty Bystander (Signed First Edition)

by Miller, Wade

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Published
1947
Edition
First Edition
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$175.00

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New York: Farrar Straus, 1947. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Bob Wade on the front endpaper as both himself and Wade Miller: "For Bob, Best wishes / Bob Wade / 1/2 of Wade Miller." Wade, along with co-author Bill Miller, wrote under several pseudonyms, including Wade Miller. Basis for the 1950 Poverty Row film noir, directed by Joseph… Read more
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The Guilty (Original screenplay for the 1947 film)

by Reinhardt, John (director); Robert Presnell Sr. (screenwriter); Cornell Woolrich (novel); Bonita Granville, Don Castle, Regis Toomey (starring)

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Published
1946
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$3,500.00

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N.p.: Monogram Pictures, 1946. Typescript of the Final Shooting script for the 1947 Poverty Row film noir. Based on Cornell Woolrich's short story, "Two Men in a Furnished Room," first published in the 1946 short story anthology "The Dancing Detective" under his pseudonym William Irish. The tale of a manhunt for the murderer of a… Read more
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$3,500.00
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Lake Placid Serenade (Original screenplay for the 1944 film)

by Sekely, Steve (director); Dirk Irving Hyland, Doris Gilbert, Frederick Kohner (screenwriters); Vera Ralston, Robert Livingston, Barbara Jo Allen (starring)

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Published
1944
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$375.00

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North Hollywood: Republic Pictures, 1944. Shooting script for the 1944 musical film, made with a larger budget than most Republic B-pictures. The first starring role for real life Czech figure skater and actress Vera Ralston, playing a fictional Czech figure skater who emigrates to the United States ahead of the Nazi occupation and becomes the star of… Read more
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Outlaw Women (Original screenplay for the 1952 film)

by Newfield, Sam and Ron Ormond (directors); Orville H. Hampton (screenwriter); Marie Windsor, Richard Rober, Carla Balenda, Jackie Coogan (starring)

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Published
1952
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$450.00

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Los Angeles: Lippert Pictures, 1952. Draft script for the 1952 film. Copy belonging to an uncredited crew member, with brief annotations in holograph pencil on the verso of the last page of text, and on a few pages. An unusual story for a low-budget Western: a tough woman gambler named Iron Mae McLeod (Windsor) runs a town… Read more
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$450.00
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Dillinger (Original program for the 1945 film)

by Nosseck, Max (director); Philip Yordan (screenwriter); Edmund Lowe, Anne Jeffreys, Eduardo Ciannelli, Lawrence Tierney (starring)

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Published
1945
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$250.00

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New York: Noel Meadow / Monogram Pictures, 1945. Original program for the 1945 film. Features ad layouts, side-by-side comparison of Lawrence Tierney and the real John Dillinger, and various headline suggestions. Dillinger (Tierney) robs a store, meets fellow gangster Specs (Lowe) in jail, and continues his heists once freed from prison, this time with a moll named… Read more
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$250.00
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Incident (Original Film Pressbook)

by Beaudine, William (director); Fred Niblo, Jr., Samuel Roca (screenwriters); Warren Douglas, Jane Frazee, Robert Osterloh, Joyce Compton

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Published
1948
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$125.00

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Los Angeles: Monogram Pictures, 1948. Original Pressbook for the 1948 film. Based on an original story by Harry Lewis, about an innocent man (Douglas) who gets attacked in the street, mistaken for a gangster, so he conducts his own investigation. 8 pages, saddle stitched, 12 x 18 inches. Staples rusty, a few faint… Read more
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$125.00
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Blonde Bait (Original Film Pressbook)

by Williams, Elmo (director); Beverly Michaels, Jim Davis (starring)

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Published
1956
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$375.00

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Beverly Hills, CA: Associated Film Releasing Corporation, 1956. Original Pressbook for the 1956 film noir. An interesting B-noir from the Poverty Row canon. Associated Film Releasing re-edited "Women Without Men," a 1956 Hammer Films production, with Beverly Michaels as a prison stool pigeon, but edited in Jim Davis as a murderous traitor (Paul Carpenter held the same… Read more
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$375.00