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The Deputy (Archive of 26 scripts from the television Western series, 1959-1961 )
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The Deputy (Archive of 26 scripts from the television Western series, 1959-1961 )

by Norman and Roland Kibbee Lear (creators); Henry Fonda, Allen Case (starring); Tay Garnett, Felix E. Feist, John Brahm, Reginal LeBorg, Sidney Lanfield (directors); Michael Kraike (producer)

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Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC] / Top Gun Productions, 1961. Archive of 26 scripts from the early revisionist television Western, the working copies of producer Michael Kraike, consisting the second half of the first season (1959-1960) and the first half of the second season (1960-1961). These two halves are in two full red leather presentation bindings, each with Kraike's name in gilt at the bottom right corner of the front board. Rainbow revisions present in every episode, along with occasional manuscript pencil annotations, presumably by Kraike. Set in the Arizona territory in 1880, shot at the Universal Studios backlot and on location at the Ray Corrigan Ranch in Simi Valley, California. Two red leather bindings, approximately 500 pages each, and each containing 13 scripts, with rounded spines and raised bands, gilt titles and rule, decorated endpapers. Internal scripts are working examples, lacking wrappers (as typically found in a bound presentation format), each with… Read More
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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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Little Mister Jim (Original screenplay for the 1946 film, presentation script belonging to...
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Little Mister Jim (Original screenplay for the 1946 film, presentation script belonging to screenwriter George Bruce)

by Butch Jenkins, James Craig, Frances Gifford, Chingwah Lee (starring); Fred Zinnemann (director); George Bruce (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1945. Shooting script for the 1946 film. Presentation copy belonging to screenwriter George Bruce, bound in full red leather with gilt titles and rule, and Bruce's name in gilt on the bottom right corner of the front board. After the death of his mother, a little boy learns to cope with his grief through the help of the family servant, a Chinese cook named Sui Gen. Screenwriter George Bruce was best known for "The Duke of West Point" (1938), "South of Pago Pago" (1940), and "Two Years Before the Mast" (1946). Shot on location in Fort Douglas, Utah. Housed in a brown paper slipcase. Title page present, dated June 5, 1945, noted as SHOOTING SCRIPT, with credits for screenwriter George Bruce. 135 leaves, with last page of text numbered 133. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Near Fine in a Near Fine slipcase.
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Lorna Doone (Original screenplay for the 1951 film, presentation copy belonging to screenwriter...
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Lorna Doone (Original screenplay for the 1951 film, presentation copy belonging to screenwriter George Bruce)

by Barbara Hale, Richard Greene (starring); Phil Karlson (director); R.D. Blackmore (novel); George Bruce, Jesse Lasky Jr., Richard Schayer (screenwriters)

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Culver City, CA: Edward Small Productions, 1946. First Estimating script for the 1951 film. Presentation copy belonging to screenwriter George Bruce, bound in full brown leather with gilt titles and rule, and Bruce's name on the bottom right corner of the front board. Based on the classic 1869 novel by R.D. Blackmore, about a young woman whose cruel, wealthy landowning family has determined that she will marry a man she does not love. Screenwriter George Bruce was best known for "The Duke of West Point" (1938), "South of Pago Pago" (1940), and "Two Years Before the Mast" (1946). Set in seventeenth century Scotland. Housed in a brown paper slipcase. Title page present, noted as FIRST ESTIMATING SCRIPT and dated July 11, 1946, with credits for screenwriter George Bruce. 186 leaves, with last page of text numbered 179. Carbon typescript, rectos only. Near Fine in an about Near Fine slipcase.
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Of Human Bondage (Original screenplay for the 1946 film, presentation copy belonging to actress...
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Of Human Bondage (Original screenplay for the 1946 film, presentation copy belonging to actress Alexis Smith)

by W. Somerset Maugham (novel); Edmund Goulding (director); Catherine Turney (screenwriter); Eleanor Parker, Paul Henreid, Alexis Smith (starring)

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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1944. Second Revised Final script for the 1946 film. Presentation copy belonging to actress Alexis Smith, with her initials in decorative gilt on the front board, bound in full calf. Throughout the script are 5 black-and-white film stills on tipped-in leaves, all featuring Smith and costar, Paul Henreid. Based on W. Somerset Maugham's classic 1915 novel, about a forlorn artist in France who gives up the trade to become a doctor. Philip Cary (Henreid), the artist, meets Mildred Rogers (Eleanor Parker), a waitress, and becomes dreadfully infatuated, in spite of the waitress' complete disregard for him. Eventually the waitress' charms wane and Cary reconnects with a beautiful young writer, Nora Nesbitt (Smith), and their romance flourishes-until Mildred Rogers returns, pregnant and in need. First adapted to film in 1934, directed by John Cromwell, and starring Leslie Howard and Bette Davis, the novel was also adaptated in 1964 by Ken Hughes, starring Kim Novak and… Read More
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Song of the Eagle [The Beer Story] (Original screenplay for the 1933 film, producer Harry Joe...

Song of the Eagle [The Beer Story] (Original screenplay for the 1933 film, producer Harry Joe Brown's presentation copy, with stills and notations throughout)

by Ralph Murphy (director); Gene Towne and C. Graham Baker (screenwriters); Charles R. Rogers and Harry Joe Brown (producers); Charles Bickford, Richard Arlen (starring)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1933. Draft script for the 1933 film "Song of the Eagle," seen here partially under the early working title "The Beer Story." Presentation copy belonging to uncredited producer Harry Joe Brown, with his name in gilt titles on the front board, presumably gifted to Brown by prop man William Carr, as the script itself has Carr's ownership name in manuscript pencil on the title page. Throughout the script are Carr's annotations, accompanied by 17 black-and-white film stills on tipped-in leaves. Missing two pages, likely as used or issued. Otto Hoffman (Jean Hersholt) and his sons, Bill (Richard Allen) and August (George Meeker), own a successful brewery, until August dies in World War I and Prohibition forces the brewery to close. The Hoffman's brew a "near-beer" beverage to keep the business out of bankruptcy, but soon the brewery is overcome by gangsters, and Otto is killed for refusing to sell out. Bill is forced to break the bad news to his mother, Emma, who in a fit… Read More
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This Happy Feeling (Original screenplay for the 1958 film, presentation copy belonging to producer Ross Hunter)

by Blake Edwards (director, screenwriter); F. Hugh Herbert (playwright); Debbie Reynolds, John Saxon, Mary Astor (starring)

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Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1957. Revised Final script for the 1958 film. Based on the 1947 play "For Love or Money" by F. Hugh Herbert. Presentation copy belonging to producer Ross Hunter, bound in full navy calf with gilt titles and design, with Hunter's name on the front board. Veteran actor Curd Jurgens begins to have feelings for a young woman (Debbie Reynolds), much to the chagrin of his romantic partner Alexis Smith. Ultimately Reynolds chooses his younger neighbor (John Saxon), and Jurgens happily returns to Smith. Winner of a Golden Globe. Set in Connecticut. Title page present, noted as Revised Final, with credits for screenwriter Blake Edwards. 142 leaves, with last page of text numbered "135-A and 136." Multilith duplication, with blue and pink revision pages throughout, dated variously between 7/12/57 and 9/24/57. Pages Fine, presentation binding about Fine.
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