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Red Sun (Collection of five original photographs from the 1971 film)

by Young, Terence (director); Laird Koenig (story); Denne Bart Petitclerc, William Roberts, Lawrence Roman (screenwriters); Charles Bronson, Ursula Andress, Toshiro Mifune, Alain Delon (starring)

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Published
1971
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$65.00

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New York: National General Pictures, 1971. Collection of five vintage studio still photographs from the 1971 film. Snipe imprinted on verso, two of which have a mimeo snipe on verso as well. Charles Bronson, Toshiro Mifune, Alain Delon and Ursula Andress star in this European made Western about the unlikely partnership between an outlaw and a… Read more
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Ride Out for Revenge (Collection of eight original photographs from the 1957 film)

by Girard, Bernard (director); Norman Retchin (screenwriter); Rory Calhoun, Gloria Grahame, Lloyd Bridges, Joanne Gilbert (starring)

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Published
1957
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$85.00

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N.p.: Bryna Productions, 1957. Collection of eight vintage studio still photographs from the 1957 film. Marshal Tate (Rory Calhoun) finds himself caught in a conflict between a bigoted town, led by the racist and cowardly Cavalryman Cpt. George (Lloyd Bridges) and Cheyenne out for revenge when one of Cpt. George's men kill Chief Yellow Wolf (Frank… Read more
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Days of Heaven (Collection of 5 stills from the 1978 film)

by Malick, Terrence (director, screenwriter); Edie Baskin (still photographer); Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Sam Shepard, Linda Manz (starring)

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Published
1978
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$45.00

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1978. Collection of 5 vintage black-and-white studio still photographs from the 1978 film. Malick's second film as a director, following and matching his auspicious debut, "Badlands," about two young people who escape the poverty of Chicago during the Depression, and become employed by a farmer in rural Texas. Nominated for two Academy Awards, winning… Read more
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$45.00
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The Jack Bull (Original photograph from the 1999 television movie)

by Badham, John (director); Heinrich von Kleist (novel); Dick Cusack (screenwriter); Joe Lederer (photographer); John Cusack, John Goodman (starring)

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Published
1999
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$15.00

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Santa Monica: Home Box Office [HBO], 1999. Vintage black-and-white still photograph from the HBO television movie "The Jack Bull." Loosely based on the 1810 novella "Michael Kolhaas" by Heinrich von Kleist. A tale of revenge, following a rancher who refuses to sell his ranch to a greedy land baron. The landowner slowly eats away at Cusack's livelihood,… Read more
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$15.00
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The Red Pony (Collection of four original photographs from the 1949 film)

by Steinbeck, John (novella, screenwriter); Lewis Milestone (director); Donald Biddle Keyes (still photographer); Myrna Loy, Robert Mitchum, Louis Calhern, Shepperd Strudwick (starring)

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Published
1949
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$575.00

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North Hollywood: Republic Pictures, 1949. Collection of four vintage photographs, two studio still photographs and two publicity photographs, one iconic photograph of Robert Mitchum, and one headshot of Shepperd Studwick, from the 1949 film. Based on the novella by John Steinbeck, who also wrote the screenplay, published in full in 1937. A young boy (Peter… Read more
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$575.00
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The Adventures of Kit Carson: Overland Stage (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

by Landres, Paul (director); Barry Shipman (screenwriter); Bill Williams, Don Diamond (starring)

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Published
1954
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$75.00

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Hollywood: Revue Productions, 1954. Draft script for the Season 4, Episode 22 "The Adventures of Kit Carson" episode "Eyes of the Outlaw," originally aired on December 25, 1954. Copy belonging to actor Tom Irish, with the name of his character ("Randy Howard") in holograph ink notation to the title page, and a number of annotations throughout, including some ink… Read more
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The Adventures of Kit Carson: Eyes of the Outlaw (Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode)

by Landres, Paul (director); Barry Shipman (screenwriter); Bill Williams, Don Diamond (starring)

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Published
1954
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$75.00

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Hollywood: Revue Productions, 1954. Draft script for the Season 4, Episode 15 "The Adventures of Kit Carson" episode "Eyes of the Outlaw," originally aired on November 6, 1954. Copy belonging to actor Tom Irish, with his name and character ("Red Pony") in holograph ink notation to the title page, and a number of annotations throughout, including several large drawings… Read more
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Wings of the Hawk (Original photograph from the set of the 1953 film)

by Boetticher, Budd (director); Gerald Drayson Adams (novel); James E. Moser (screenwriter); Van Heflin, Julie Adams, Abbe Lane (starring)

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Published
1953
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$650.00

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Universal City: Universal Pictures, 1953. Vintage photograph of director Budd Boetticher and Julie Adams relaxing in a tree, from the 1953 film. Mimeo snipe on verso. An early Technicolor Western from seminal American director Budd Boetticher. Gringo miner Gallager (Van Heflin) is caught up in the Mexican revolution of 1910-1911 when corrupt administrator Ruiz (George Dolenz)… Read more
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$650.00
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Annie Get Your Gun (Original script from the 1946 musical play)

by Berlin, Irving (music, lyrics); Dorothy Fields, Herbert Fields (book)

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Published
1946
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$475.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1946. Draft script for the 1946 musical, for the character of Tommy, with the character name on lower right and "5." on upper right, presumably Tommy being the fifth character in the play. A very unusual script in terms of size, style, and purpose, made custom for the part and the lines of a single character, and… Read more
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The Violent Land (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Hutton, Brian G. (screenwriter); William Jacobs (novel)

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Published
1960
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$125.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1960. Draft script for an unproduced film. From the estate of film producer Elliott Kastner, whose best known credits include "The Long Goodbye" (Robert Altman, 1973), "The Missouri Breaks" (Arthur Penn, 1976), and "Heat" (Michael Mann, 1996). Actor and director Brian G. Hutton, noted for "Where Eagles Dare" (1968) and "Kelly's Heroes" (1970), adapts William… Read more
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The Gun Hawk (Original shooting schedule for the 1963 film)

by Ludwig, Edward (director); Richard Bernstein, Max Steeber (story); Jo Heims (screenwriter); Rory Calhoun, Rod Cameron, Ruta Lee (starring)

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Published
1963
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$75.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1963. Twenty-page Shooting schedule for the 1963 film, dated February 12, 1963, with strikes through in holograph pencil on all but two pages, and several annotations in holograph ink regarding locations and shots. Aging gunman Rory Calhoun attempts to keep his control over a small town populated by outlaws. Shot on location in Bronson… Read more
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Renegade Woman (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Lewis, Jack (screenwriter)

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$75.00

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N.p.: N.p.. Draft script for an unproduced film. With a few annotations in holograph ink and pencil. When Peg is scorned by the townsfolk for being simply a singer and not able to get a real job, she forms a all-women gang and begins robbing banks and stagecoaches. The saloon she opens is run out of… Read more
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A Holy Terror [Wyoming Wonder] (Original screenplay for the 1931 film)

by Cummings, Irving (director); Ralph Block, Myron C. Fagan, Al Cohn (screenwriters); George O'Brien, Sally Eilers, Rita La Roy, Humphrey Bogart (starring)

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Published
1931
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$375.00

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Hollywood: Fox Film Corporation, 1931. Draft script for the 1931 Western film, here under the working title "Wyoming Wonder." Copy belonging to an unknown Fox Film Corporation employee, with her name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper, and a few brief annotations in pencil throughout. Based on the 1919 novel by Max Brand. The socialite son of… Read more
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Across the Wide Missouri (Original screenplay for the 1951 film)

by Wellman, William A. (director); Bernard DeVoto (novel): Frank Cavett (story); Talbot Jennings (screenwriter); Clark Gable, John Hodiak, Ricardo Montablan, James Whitmore (starring)

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Published
1950
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$475.00

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Culver City, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1950. Draft script for the 1951 film. "ART PROPS PERMANENT FILE COPY" stamp on lower center of wrapper with "COMPLETE" on lower left and "Rerun" and "JUL 10 1950" stamps on lower right. Annotations in holograph ink on Summary page, "Attention Disney office" and listing scenes. Annotations on 4 pages in holograph ink of… Read more
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Yaqui Drums (Original screenplay for the 1956 film)

by Yarbrough, Jean (director); Paul Leslie Peil (story); D.D. Beauchamp, Jo Pagano (screenwriters); Rod Cameron, Mary Castle, J. Carrol Naish (starring)

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Published
1956
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$325.00

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Hollywood: William F. Boidy Pictures, 1956. Final Draft script for the 1956 film. Laid in are 7 pages of revisions on pink paper from 4/3/56. Mexican bandit Yacqi Jack (J. Carrol Naish) teams up with ranch owner Webb Dunham (Rod Cameron) to oppose the crooked land grabbing saloon keeper Matt Quigg (Roy Roberts). Red titled wrappers,… Read more
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The Last Hunt (Original screenplay for the 1956 film)

by Brooks, Richard (director, screenwriter); Milton Lott (novel); Robert Taylor, Stewart Granger, Debra Paget (starring)

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Published
1955
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Culver City, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1955. Shooting Script for the 1956 film. Stamped "COMPLETE" on front wrapper, page A1 contains several reviews for Milton Lott's novel. Based on Milton Lott's 1954 novel, two buffalo hunters Sandy McKenzie (Stewart Granger) and Charles Gilson (Robert Taylor) fall into conflict after one takes an Native American woman (Debra Paget) and child… Read more
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Bounty (Two original screenplays for an unproduced film)

by England, Barry (screenwriter)

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Published
1970
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$375.00

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London: Winkast Film Productions, 1970. Two scripts, a first draft script and a draft script, for an unproduced film. Annotations in holograph pencil on two pages, one with what appears to be a question mark and another with a question mark and a strike. From the estate of film producer Elliott Kastner, whose best known credits include "The… Read more
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American Playhouse: Noon Wine (Original screenplay for the 1985 television episode)

by Porter, Katherine Anne (novel); Michael Fields (director, screenwriter); Fred Ward, Stellan Skarsgard, Pat Hingle (starring)

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Published
1984
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$250.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1984. Revised Second Draft script for the 1985 "American Playhouse" episode, originally aired on PBS on January 21, 1985. Based on the 1937 novel by Katherine Anne Porter. A Swedish stranger arrives at a small family-run dairy farm out of the blue, asking for work, promising strong effort in exchange for very little pay. While… Read more
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Untitled typescript screenplay for an unproduced film

by Felton, Earl (screenplay)

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Published
Unknown
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$275.00

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N.p.: N.p., Unknown. Partial Draft script for an unproduced film by noted screenwriter Earl Felton. With a few holograph ink annotations, likely by Felton. Incomplete as issued, housed in a custom spring binder with Earl Felton's name embossed in gilt at the bottom right corner of the front board. The prodigal son of a rancher comes home to… Read more
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The Rounders: A Horse on Jim Ed Love (Original screenplay for the 1966 television series pilot)

by Kennedy, Burt (director); Max Evans (novel); Marion Hargrove (screenwriter); Ron Hayes, Chill Wills, Patrick Wayne (starring)

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Published
1965
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$75.00

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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1965. Final draft pilot script for the MGM television series which aired on September 6, 1966 on ABC. Laid in, a MGM Work Order and Call Sheet, filled out in holograph ink, dated "WED. 12-8-65" in holograph ink. Bound in is a five page Shooting Schedule dated 11-29-65, struck through on three pages in… Read more
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