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Archive of Treatment Scripts for an unproduced film The Merry, Merry Maidens (Five treatment scripts for an unproduced film) by  Jan J. Leman (screenwriters)  Richard Sherman - 1946 - from Royal Books, Inc. (SKU: 130875)

Archive of Treatment Scripts for an unproduced film The Merry, Merry Maidens (Five treatment scripts for an unproduced film)

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Archive of Treatment Scripts for an unproduced film The Merry, Merry Maidens (Five treatment scripts for an unproduced film)

by Schulberg, Budd; Sonya Levien, Elizabeth Meyer, Mary C. McCall, Jr., Richard Sherman, Jan J. Leman (screenwriters)

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Los Angeles: David O. Selznick, 1946. Five treatment scripts from various dates for an unproduced film at Selznick Studios. Including a treatment by a young Budd Schulberg, one of his earliest efforts in Hollywood. The story centers around the lives of several women on the home front during World War I, following their lives through to the post-war period, and did not see production in this form-though it predicted several similar World War II pictures with the same theme made by Selznick International, such as "I'll Be Seeing You" (1944) and "Since You Went Away" (1944). Notable too for having many of the same themes that would influenced Schulberg's first novel, "What Makes Sammy Run?" in 1941. All scripts in pale blue titled wrappers, noted variously as "Treatment," "Treatment Outline," "General Sequence," or "Tentative Outline" on the front wrapper, dated between October 15, 1937 and February 11, 1946, with credits for different screenwriters on each draft: Schulberg, McCall, Jr., Sherman, Leman, Levien and Meyer. Carbon typescripts on onionskin stock. All scripts' pages Near Fine, wrappers Near Fine, bound with three silver brads. Full pagination available upon request.

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Royal Books, Inc. US (US)
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130875
Title
Archive of Treatment Scripts for an unproduced film The Merry, Merry Maidens (Five treatment scripts for an unproduced film)
Author
Schulberg, Budd; Sonya Levien, Elizabeth Meyer, Mary C. McCall, Jr., Richard Sherman, Jan J. Leman (screenwriters)
Book condition
Used
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Publisher
David O. Selznick
Place of Publication
Los Angeles
Date published
1946
Keywords
Film Scripts | Women's Interest | Unproduced Films | Film Treatment
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Film Scripts; Unproduced Films;

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