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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

by Jack Lewis (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., Unknown. Draft script for an unproduced television film. With a single manuscript pencil deletion to page I-7. An American Indian man arrives at the White House, claiming the land is rightfully his and demanding recompense for the years of missed rent. Screenwriter Jack Lewis was best known for "The Amazing Transparent Man" (1960) and for his prolific work in Western films, such as "Outlaw Gold" (1950), "Whistling Hills" (1951), and "Black Eagle of Santa Fe" (1965). Set in Washington, DC. Yellow untitled front wrapper, lacking rear wrapper. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Jack Lewis. 31 leaves, with last page of text numbered I-29. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Good, bound with a paper clip.
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30 (Original screenplay for the 2000 television movie, signed by cast and crew)

30 (Original screenplay for the 2000 television movie, signed by cast and crew)

by Noah Baumbach (screenwriter); Thomas Schlamm (director); Joanna Going, Sabrina Grdevich, Carlos Jacott, Heidi Schanz, Eric Stoltz (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: Imagine Entertainment, 1999. Final Draft script for the 2000 television pilot, which originally aired on NBC on February 14. Copy belonging to costume designer Molly Maginnis, warmly INSCRIBED on the title page by members of the cast and crew, including screenwriter Noah Baumbach and actors Joanna Going, Sabrina Grdevich, Carlos Jacott, Heidi Schanz, and Eric Stoltz. From the collection of costume designer Molly Maginnis. An early, darkly comic screenwriting effort from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach, best known for "Kicking and Screaming" (1995), "The Squid and the Whale" (2005), and "Marriage Story" (2019), following a group of friends struggling to adapt to life as adults. Set and shot on location in Los Angeles. Title page integral with front wrapper, noted as FINAL DRAFT, dated 4/29/99, with credits for screenwriter Noah Baumbach and director Thomas Schlamme. 61 leaves, with last page of text numbered 55. Xerographic duplication on yellow stock, rectos… Read More
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The Advocate's Devil (Original screenplay for the 1997 television movie)

The Advocate's Devil (Original screenplay for the 1997 television movie)

by Jeff Bleckner (director); James Sadwith (screenwriter); Ken Olin, Mariska Hargitay, and Holt McCallany (starring)

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Burbank, CA: American Broadcasting Company [ABC], 1997. Revised Draft script for the 1997 television movie. Based on the 1994 novel "The Advocate's Devil" by Alan Dershowitz. A film whose message regarding the nature of sexual assault remains potent and relevant, "The Advocate's Devil" follows an attorney who successfully helps a young athlete shake rape charges that have been brought against him. Unfortunately, he later uncovers troubling evidence about his ex-client that has both personal and professional ramifications. Set in San Francisco, shot on location in Vancouver, Canada. Green untitled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for director Jeff Bleckner, executive producer Elon Dershowits, and producer Karen Moore. 123 leaves, with last page of text numbered 119. Xerographically duplicated, first generation copy with no copied punch holes, with goldenrod and green revision pages throughout, dated variously between 05/22/97 and 05/28/97. Pages Fine, wrapper Fine bound with two gold brads.
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The Affair at Carson's Creek (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

The Affair at Carson's Creek (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

by Jack Lewis (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1960. Draft script for an unproduced television film. With the name "ILSE LAHN," a reader for the Paul Kohner Agency, in manuscript ink annotation on the front wrapper. Bandit Samuel Thaddeus Tartar arrives in town, injured from a gunfight, forcing his mother to admit that she has lied about his profession for years to preserve both of their reputations. Screenwriter Jack Lewis was best known for "The Amazing Transparent Man" (1960) and for his prolific work in Western films, such as "Outlaw Gold" (1950), "Whistling Hills" (1951), and "Black Eagle of Santa Fe" (1965). Set in the American West. Mustard yellow generic Paul Kohner Talent Agency card wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Jack Lewis. Rear wrapper stamped No. 555 on the lower edge of the recto. 75 leaves, with last page of text numbered III-21. Carbon typescript, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads.
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After the Promise (Original photograph from the 1987 television film)

After the Promise (Original photograph from the 1987 television film)

by Mark Harmon, Diana Scarwid, Rosemary Dunsmore, Donnelly Rhodes, Chance Michael Corbitt (starring); David Greene (director); Robert W. Lenski (screenwriter)

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Los Angeles: CBS, 1987. Vintage reference photograph from the 1987 television film. With mimeo snipe advertising the film's television premiere on Sunday, October 11, 1987 affixed to the verso. A widowed man's four children are taken away from him by the government and re-homed. He tries to regain custody and find his children. Set in California, shot on location in California and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 7 x 9 inches. Near Fine.
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American Playhouse: A Flash of Green (Original screenplay for the 1986 television film)
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American Playhouse: A Flash of Green (Original screenplay for the 1986 television film)

by Victor Nunez (director, screenwriter); John D. MacDonald (novel); Ed Harris, Blair Brown, Richard Jordan, George Coe (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1981. Second Draft script for the eleventh episode of the fifth season of the anthology series "American Playhouse," which originally aired on April 21, 1986 on PBS. With a few small manuscript ink and pencil annotations on the front wrapper and page I-3-25. A local reporter receives a hefty bribe by a corrupt county commissioner to ignore an eco-activism group's protests against a new development, but soon finds himself conflicted over the brutal tactics the commissioner uses to silence the activists. Set and shot in Fort Myers, Florida Red untitled wrappers. Title page present, noted as Second Draft, with credits for screenwriter Victor Nunez and director John D. MacDonald. 132 leaves, with last page of text numbered IV-4-130. Dot matrix duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good, wrapper Very Good, bound with a plastic prong.
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Andrea's Rainbow (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

Andrea's Rainbow (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

by Lawrence J. Serefine (screenwriter); Hal Price (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1979. Draft script for an unproduced television film. After being paralyzed from the waist down by a car accident, a young girl finds her spirit again with the help of a horse named Rainbow at a physical rehabilitation ranch for children. Set in Santa Cruz, California. Orange untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated November, 1979, with credits for screenwriters Lawrence J. Serefine and Hal Price. 74 leaves, with last page of text numbered 72. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with three silver brads.
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Anna Karinena (Original photograph from the 1961 television movie)

Anna Karinena (Original photograph from the 1961 television movie)

by Sean Connery. Claire Bloom, Jack Watling (starring); Rudolph Cartier (director); Leo Tolstoy (novel); Donald Bull (screenwriter); Marcelle Maurette (play)

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London: British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC], 1961. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1961 television movie adaptation. Snipe stamped to the verso. Television adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel detailing the doomed romance between two Russian socialites. This version starring Claire Bloom as Anna Karenina and Sean Connery as Count Alexis Vronsky. Set in Russia, shot on location in London. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, with extensive annotations to the verso.
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Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers (Original screenplay for the 1976 television miniseries,...
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Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers (Original screenplay for the 1976 television miniseries, two-volume presentation copy)

by Boris Sagal (director); Dean Riesner, Stanford Whitmore (screenwriters); Arthur Hailey (novel); Kirk Douglas, Christopher Plummer, Joan Collins (starring)

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Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC], 1976. First Draft script in two volumes for the 1976 television miniseries based on Arthur Hailey's 1975 novel. Presentation script belonging to producer Ross Hunter with Hunter's name on the front board of each volume. Boris Sagal directed this star-studded miniseries based on Arthur Hailey's fastidious novel. The laboriously researched story follows the happenings at a major bank, with heavy emphasis on interpersonal drama. Nominated for five Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Limited Series, winning Lead Actor for Christopher Plummer. Volume I: Green calf boards with guilt titles and rule. Title page present, dated May 18, 1976, noted as First Draft, with credits for screenwriters Dean Rieser and Stanford Whitmore. 221 leaves, with last page of text numbered 203. Mimeograph duplication, with blue, pink, and yellow revision pages throughout, dated variously between 4/26/76 and 6/25/76. Pages Fine, wrapper Fine. Volume II: Green faux leather… Read More
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Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers (Original photograph from the 1976 miniseries)

Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers (Original photograph from the 1976 miniseries)

by Kirk Douglas, Christopher Plummer, Timothy Bottoms (starring); Boris Sagal (director); Arthur Hailey (novel); Dean Riesner, Stanford Whitmore (screenwriters)

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Hollywood: Paramount Television, 1976. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1976 miniseries. Snipe folded around the image. Based on Arthur Hailey's 1975 novel. Boris Sagal directed this star-studded miniseries based on Arthur Hailey's fastidious novel. The laboriously researched story follows the happenings at a major bank, with heavy emphasis on interpersonal drama. 9 x 7 inches. Very Good plus with toning to the snipe and a blue manuscript pencil notation to the verso. The snipe has detached from the verso.
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As Summers Die (Original screenplay for the 1986 television film)

As Summers Die (Original screenplay for the 1986 television film)

by Jean-Claude Tramont (director); Jeff Andrus (screenwriter); Winston Groom (novel); Jamie Lee Curtis, Bette Davis, Scott Glenn (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1985. Final Draft script for the 1986 film. Based on Winston Groom's 1980 novel. In the late 1950s, an elderly Black woman fights to keep the land she was given by the former owner of the plantation where she worked for years. Set in southern Louisiana, shot on location in Valdosta, Georgia. White untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated FEBRUARY 28, 1985, noted as FINAL DRAFT, with credits for screenwriter Jeff Andrus. 131 leaves, with last page of text numbered 129. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good, lightly dampstained on the front wrapper, bound with three gold brads.
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The Best Place to Be, Parts 1 and 2 (Original screenplays for the 1979 television film)
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The Best Place to Be, Parts 1 and 2 (Original screenplays for the 1979 television film)

by David Miller (director); Helen Van Slyke (book); Stanford Whitmore (screenwriter); Donna Reed, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Mildred Dunnock, Betty White (starring)

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Burbank, CA: Ross Hunter Productions Inc. / National Broadcasting Company [NBC], 1978. First Draft script for the 1979 television film, conceived and aired in 2 parts, originally by NBC on May 27, 1979. Presentation copy belonging to producer, Ross Hunter, bound in navy full calf with gilt titles on cover and spine, with Hunter's name on the front board. Based on the 1976 novel of the same name by New York Times bestseller, Helen Van Slyke. A widow raises rebellious children, dates a younger man and renews a romance with an old friend. Donna Reed's television movie debut but also brought her back to television after a twelve-year absence. Ross Hunter's final project. Set in New York and Ireland, shot on location in Los Angeles. Green full calf binding with titled paper wrappers as issued, noted as Second Draft on the front wrapper, dated August 31, 1978, with credits for screenwriter Stanford Whitmore. Title page present, dated August 31, 1978, noted as Second Draft, with credits for… Read More
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The Birds II: Land's End (Original screenplay for the 1994 television film)

The Birds II: Land's End (Original screenplay for the 1994 television film)

by Rick Rosenthal (director); Ken Wheat, Jim Wheat (screenwriters); Daphne du Maurier (novel); Brad Johnson, Chelsea Field, James Naughton, Tippi Hedren (starring)

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Hollywood: MCA TV, 1993. Revised Draft script for the 1994 television film. Sequel to the 1963 film by Alfred Hitchcok. A family grieving the death of their son relocates to a summer house on a remote East Coast island, where flocks of birds begin to attack the town. Director Rick Rosenthal's dissatisfaction with the final film led him to remove his name from the credits, attributing his work instead to Alan Smithee. Shot on location in North Carolina. White untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated May 21, 1993, noted as Revised, with credits for screenwriters Ken & Jim Wheat, novelist Daphne du Maurier, and original screenwriter Robert Eisele. 100 leaves, with last page of text numbered 99. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads. Reyes, 23, 311.
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Body Language (Original screenplay for the 1992 television film)
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Body Language (Original screenplay for the 1992 television film)

by Heather Locklear, Linda Purl (starring); Arthur Allan Seidelman (director); Dan Gurskis, Brian L. Ross (screenwriters)

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N.p.: N.p., 1992. Draft script for the 1992 television film, which originally aired on July 15 on USA Network. Copy belonging to an unknown crew member, with their manuscript ink annotations throughout, underlining locations. Housed in a three-ring binder with several production documents, including a legal filming agreement with the city of Portland and a traffic permit to reserve parking. An ambitious businesswoman notices that her assistant has started to copy her haircut, clothing, and mannerisms, and begins to suspect the woman of nefarious intentions. Shot on location in Portland, Oregon. Housed in a green three-ring binder. Title page present, dated December 7, 1991, with credits for screenwriter Dan Gurskis. 95 leaves, with last page of text numbered 94. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, binder Near Fine. Reyes, 39.
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The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (Original treatment script for the 1976 television movie)

The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (Original treatment script for the 1976 television movie)

by John Travolta, Diana Hyland, Robert Reed (starring); Randal Kleiser (director); Douglas Day Stewart, Joe Morgenstern (screenwriter)

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Los Angeles: Spelling-Goldberg Productions, 1974. Treatment script for the iconic 1976 television movie, originally aired on November 12, 1976, on ABC. Bound in after the script is a later "New York Times" article about David Vetter. Based on the true stories of David Vetter and Ted DeVita, two young boys who lacked effective immune systems, and were forced to live in sterile containment systems in order to survive. Set in Houston. White Spelling-Goldberg Productions wrappers with a die-cut title window. Title page present, dated October, 1974, with credit for screenwriter Joe Morgenstern. 7 leaves, with last page of text numbered 5. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound internally with two gold brads.
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Break of Dawn (Original script for the 1988 television film)

Break of Dawn (Original script for the 1988 television film)

by Oscar Chavez, Kamala Lopez, Tony Plana, Maria Rojo (starring); Pedro J. Gonzalez (subject); Issac Artenstein (director, screenwriter)

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Los Angeles: Cinewest, 1988. Draft script for the 1988 television film. A dramatization of the life of Pedro J. Gonzalez, an activist, folk singer, and Spanish radio host. Oscar Chavez, a famous Mexican folk singer in his own right, stars in the leading role. Set in California and Mexico, shot on location in San Diego. White titled self wrappers, with credit for screenwriter Issac Artenstein. Title page integral with the front wrapper. 148 leaves, with last page of text numbered 145. Xerographically duplicated, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, with a black velo binding.
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The British Greats (Three original stills from the 1980 television series)
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The British Greats (Three original stills from the 1980 television series)

by Margaret Sharp (director); Barry Norman (screenwriter); Robert Donat, Gracie Fields, Peter Finch (starring)

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London: British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC], 1980. Three vintage black-and-white still photographs from the 1980 UK television series film. Small mimeograph snipes affixed to the versos, cropping annotations on the verso of 1 still. Essentially produced as the final season of "Hollywood Greats" (1977-1979), but featuring British film stars. Represented in the set are actors Robert Donat, Gracie Fields, and Peter Finch. 8 x 10 inches. Rust from a paper clip on the Gracie Fields still, else Near Fine.
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Cab to Canada (Original screenplay for the 1998 television film)
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Cab to Canada (Original screenplay for the 1998 television film)

by Maureen O'Hara, Jason Beghe, Catherine Bell (starring); Christopher Leitch (director); Dalene Young (screenwriter)

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Pasadena: Madison Avenue Productions, 1998. Shooting script for the 1998 television film, with annotations in manuscript highlighter on pages 8-9. Laid in is a Crew Call Sheet with copied annotations, ten reduced copies of ten pages of the script with copied annotations, and a copy of a map for the crew to the Metropolitan Baptist Church, with the copied date of 6/6/98. Bound in, following the script is a nine page Crew List, a June 2, 1998 Memorandum, and a two page shooting schedule. The television film aired on CBS on November 29, 1998. Based on a true story of a Pasadena cab driver who picks up an elderly woman en route to a funeral, who ends up insisting the driver take her on a cross-county trip ending in Vancouver. Shot on location in Los Angeles. Front wrapper integral with the title page, dated 4/27/98, noted as SHOOTING SCRIPT, with credits for screenwriter Dalene Young and story by Beth Polson. 117 leaves, with last page of text numbered 106. Xerographic duplication, rectos only, with… Read More
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A Change of Heart (Original screenplay for the 1998 television film)

A Change of Heart (Original screenplay for the 1998 television film)

by Arvin Brown (director); Aaron Mendelsohn (screenwriter); Jean Smart, John Terry, Gretchen Corbett (starring)

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Los Angeles: Freyda Rothstein Productions, 1998. Draft script for the 1998 television film, originally aired July 19, 1998 on Lifetime Television. Elaine Marshall (Jean Smart) catches her husband (John Terry) with his male lover in a hotel room. Their idyllic family life is turned upside down as they are forced to confront his long kept secret. Shot on location in Portland, Oregon. Green titled self-wrappers, dated 3/21/98, with credits for screen writers Aaron Mendelsohn, Ken Carter, and Annette Haywood-Carter. 124 leaves, with last page of text numbered 102. Xerographic duplication, with green, blue, and pink revision pages throughout, dated variously between 3/16/98 and 3/21/98. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with three gold brads.
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Charley April (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

Charley April (Original screenplay for an unproduced television film)

by Max Kleven (screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1980. Draft script for an unproduced television film. The sheriff of the town of Slayton is tasked with closing the old Barton family mine after a series of disasters and accidents-not realizing the Bartons would rather blow up the mine than surrender it to outsiders. Set in the fictional town of Slayton, Nevada. Brown faux-leather non-standard titled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Max Kleven. 104 leaves, with last page of text numbered 102. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, with a small rust mark to the first leaf, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads.
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