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61 MARGIN CALL - THE FILM Margin Call - Screenplay by J.C. Chandor
Los Angeles Before The Door Pictures 2010 
First Edition. Small format, cloth tape binding, 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, 96 pages. This is first appearance in book form of this screenplay specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Screenplay. Shooting script for the film Margin Call written and directed by J.C. Chandor, starring Zachary Quinto, Stanley Tucci, Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, Simon Baker, Paul Bettany, and Demi Moore. A perfectbound book looking like a trade paperback. With a trace of use to the covers, else fine. Margin of Error tells the story of a group of investment banking personnel just as the financial crisis of 2008 was showing itself. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. 
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62 MARLOWE, ANDREW W Original Archive of Production Materials for the Film ‘Hollow Man' Including a Shooting Script by Andrew W. Marlowe
Los Angeles Red Wagon Productions / Columbia Pictures 1999 
Original archive of production materials for the film ‘Hollow Man'. Included in a 3” three-ring black binder is a 120 page shooting script with color rewrite pages dated from February 3, 1999 to August 10, 1999, a 6 page prep. schedule, a 4 page pager / cell phone list, a 5 page contact list, a 17 page final staff and crew list with a 16 page green revised list, 2 pages of various stage supplies, a 19 page oneline schedule date March 26, 1999, and a 9 page oneline schedule dated September 20, 1999. With additional miscellaneous material and a 5 page storeroom purchase requisition with 2 pages of additional supplies listings in a pocket at the front binder cover. All of this material belonged to an original member of the props department and is in near fine to fine condition. Hollow Man was written by Andrew W. Marlowe, directed by Paul Verhoeven, and stars Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue, Josh Brolin, Kim Dickens, Mary Randle, and William Devane. The film tells the story of how a group of scientists manage to successfully turn animals and then a human test subject, the project's head of research, Dr. Sebastian Caine (Bacon) invisible, with unanticipated and irreversible results. It received a nomination for an Oscar for Best Visual Effects. 
Price: 500.00 USD
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63 MARX, HARPO Harpo Speaks
New York Bernard Geis 
Third printing. Bookplate. Very good copy in a torn and heavily chipped. The autobiography of the great comic. Illustrated. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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64 MARX, SAMUEL & BARRY IRA ORINGER Damon and Pythias. Outline for a Motion Picture by Samuel Marx and Barry Ira Oringer
Los Angeles Sam Jaffe Productions 1960 
Original 37 page outline, dated in pencil, 10/7/60, for a film entitled Damon and Pythias. The film was eventually produced and released in 1962, directed by Curtis Bernhardt, starring Guy Williams as Damon and Don Burnett as Pythias. Bradbound. Fine copy. A film of the ancient Greek story of friendship and brotherhood. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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65 MARY TYLER MOORE TELEVISION SHOW The Mary Tyler Moore Show--”Chuckles Bites the Dust”. Teleplay by David Lloyd
Studio City MTM Enterprises, Inc. 1975 
The shooting script for the all-time classic episode from the television comedy series “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”. When the circus comes to town Ted is asked to be Grand Marshall and lead the parade, Lou refuses and Ted is replaced by Chuckles the Clown. Unfortunately, Chuckles goes to the parade dressed as a giant peanut and is shelled by the elephants. Ted gives an impromptu obit on live news and extremely funny events ensue. Paperbound with brads. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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66 MATHISON, MELISSA & STEVEN SPIELBERG Original Shooting Script for the Steven Spielberg Film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. With the ‘Fake' Title for the Project ‘A Boy's Life' Printed on the Front Cover
Culver City, CA Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment 1981 
Original 113 page shooting script for the Steven Spielberg film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. With the ‘fake' title for the project ‘A Boy's Life' printed on the front cover. The film began shooting in September 1981, filming under the cover name ‘A Boy's Life', as Spielberg did not want anyone to discover and plagiarize the plot. The actors had to agree to read the script behind closed doors, and everyone on set had to wear an ID card. With “Shooting Script, August 21, 1981” and “Produced by: STEVEN SPIELBERG & KATHLEEN KENNEDY / Directed by: STEVEN SPIELBERG” printed along the bottom edge. The title page reads, “A BOY'S LIFE by MELISSA MATHISON” with the same date as the cover. Bradbound. Touch of handling and faded areas to the covers, with the interior clean and complete. The back story on the film's creative beginnings are that, after Spielberg's parents' divorce in 1960, he compensated the loss by with an imaginary alien companion. In 1978, he announced he would shoot a film entitled ‘Growing Up' which was subsequently revised to the working title ‘A Boy's Life'. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Melissa Mathison, and stars Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace, Peter Coyote, and Robert McNaughton. The film won four Oscars: Best Sound, Best Effects - Visual Effects (including Carlo Rambaldi), Best Effects - Sound Effects Editing, and Best Music - Original Score. It was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing - Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, Best Cinematography, and Best Film Editing. 
Price: 4500.00 USD
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67 MCMILLAN, TERRY & RON BASS Original Shooting Screenplay for the Film ‘Waiting to Exhale' by Terry McMillan and Ron Bass. Based on the Novel by Terry McMillan
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox 1995 
First Edition. Original 126 page second revision shooting script, dated February 3, 1995, for the film ‘Waiting to Exhale' by Terry McMillan and Ron Bass, based on the novel by Terry McMillan. Bradbound. Fine bright copy in printed studio wrappers. The film was directed by Forest Whitaker and stars Whitney Huston, Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine, Lela Rochon, and Gregory Hines. A wonderful film following the lives and romances of four African-American women. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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68 MILIUS, JOHN (BIG WEDNESDAY) Big Wednesday - Screenplay by John Milius and Dennis Aaberg
Los Angeles A-Team Productions 1978 
Rare original 144 page shooting script for the classic surfing film Big Wednesday, written by John Milius and Dennis Aaberg, directed by John Milius, starring Gary Busey, William Katt, Jan-Michael Vincent, and Patti D'Arbanville. Bound with brads. Very good slightly dust soiled and lightly stained copy in printed wrappers. The story of the lives of a close-knit group of California surfers from the early 60s to the 70s. 
Price: 550.00 USD
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69 MOKRI, AMIR M Shoot the Piano Player. Shot by Shot Presentation by Amir M. Mokri
N.p. n.p. 1981 
Original 78 page shot by shot document prepared for a course at Emerson College in ‘The New Wave,' Spring 1981, for the 1960 French film Shoot the Piano Player, directed by Francois Truffaut, starring Charles Aznavour, Marie Dubois, Nicole Berger, Michele Mercier, and Serge Davri. Bradbound. Fine copy. The story of a former concert pianist (Aznavour) who now performs in an out of the way Parisian cafe and whose life takes a dramatic turn complete with gangsters and murder. Amir M. Mokri is a cinematographer whose body of work includes Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989), Pacific Heights (1990), The Joy Luck Club (1993), Taking Lives (2004), and Lord of War (2005). 
Price: 45.00 USD
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70 MULLALY, DONN & SY SALKOWITZ Ironside - “License to Kill” Teleplay by Donn Mullaly and Sy Salkowitz
Los Angeles Universal Studios Television 1971 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this episode. Original 70 page revised shooting script with color rewrite pages, dated through September 27, 1971, for an episode of the detective drama television series Ironside, starring Raymond Burr. This episode, “License to Kill” written by Donn Mullaly and Sy Salkowitz aired on December 2, 1971 (Season 5, Episode 13) and co-starred Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Elizabeth Baur, David Carradine, Roger Perry, Richard Anderson, and Jackie Coogan. Bound with brads. Lightly used copy in printed studio wrappers. James McEachin's early life experiences were in the military, as a policeman, a fireman, and a record producer. He turned to a career in show business, and was often cast to highlight his African-American heritage with successful roles in such well-known television series as Hawaii Five-O, Mannix, and Dragnet. He was cast in the pivotal role of the d.j. in Play Misty for Me with Clint Eastwood. He starred briefly in his own series as detective Harry Tenafly, in Tenafly. Many of us remember him for his terrific work as police lieutenant Brock in the 1986 television movie Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun - a role he would reprise throughout the years. He is the author of Farewell to the Mockingbirds which won the 1998 Benjamin Franklin Award, The Heroin Factor (1999), Say Goodnight to the Boys in Blue (2000), The Great Canis Lupus (2001), and Tell me a Tale: A Novel of the Old South (2003), Pebbles in the Roadway (2003), a collection of short stories and essays, and in 2005, he produced the award-winning audio book Voices: A Tribute to the American Veteran. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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71 NEWMAN, PAUL & RONALD L Harry & Son. Screenplay by Ronald L. Buck & Paul Newman. Inspired by the Novel, A Lost King by Ray de Capite
Los Angeles January 11, 1983 
126 xerox pages brad-bound in paper wrappers for the film directed by and starring Paul Newman as well as Robby Benson, Ellen Barkin, Judith Ivey, Ossie Davis, Morgan Freeman, Joanne Woodward, etc. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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72 OLIVER, ENRIQUE & MARTHA FOWLKES Things I Forgot to Remember. Screenplay by Enrique Oliver and Martha Fowlkes
Los Angeles Paramount 1990 
Original 125 page revised shooting script, dated February 12, 1990, for the film Things I Forgot to Remember which was released in 1999 with the Spanish title Cosas que Olvidé Recordar and was directed by Enrique Oliver, starring Ana Torrent, Olga Merediz, Larry Villanueva, Blythe Danner, Al Romero, and Rae Dawn Chong. Bradbound. Near fine copy with a few small faint spots and a 1/4” tear to the front cover. A comedy film in Spanish and English about a Cuban family that migrates to the United States and the inevitable cultural and emotional adjustments involved. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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73 PACINO, AL, DONALD SUTHERLAND, NASTASSJA KINSKI, HUGH HUDSON, & ROBERT DILLON Revolution - Screenplay by Robert Dillon
Los Angeles International Creative Management (1984) 
First Edition. Original 104 page early draft written by screenwriter Robert Dillon. This script was made by Dillon's agents, ICM, and precedes the later drafts issued in the UK when the film went into production. Bradbound in original printed agency wrappers. Directed by Hugh Hudson, starring Al Pacino, Donald Sutherland and Nastassja Kinski. Pacino appears as a New York fur trapper who initially unwillingly gets engaged with the Revolutionary forces during the American Revolutionary War. The film was rushed to release and bombed at the box office. In 2007, director Hugh Hudson and Al Pacino restored the film adding 10 minutes removed by the company before the picture's original premiere, finally presenting the picture the way it was intended, and the new version has received some acclaim. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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74 PHILOMENA - THE FILM Philomena. Screenplay by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope
Los Angeles The Weinstein Company 2013 
First Edition. Small format, paperbound, 5 1/4” x 8 1/4”, 118 pages. This is first appearance in book form of this screenplay specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Adapted Screenplay for Philomena written by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope. The film was directed by Stephen Frears and stars Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Mare Winningham, and Barbara Jefford. Fine in printed wrappers. The film tells the story of a long-time political journalist who becomes interested in woman's search for her son, who was taken away from her decades ago after she became pregnant and was forced to live in a convent. The film received four Oscar nominations; for Best Picture, Best Actress (Judi Dench), Best Original Score, and Best Adapted Screenplay. It also received three Golden Globe nominations; Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Dench), and Best Screenplay. 
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75 POE, JAMES Hot Spell. Screenplay by James Poe. From the Novel ‘Next of Kin' by Lonnie Coleman
Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 1957 
Original 131 page revised final white draft shooting script with color rewrite pages, dated January 18, 1957, for the film Hot Spell directed by Daniel Mann, starring Shirley Booth, Anthony Quinn, Shirley MacLaine, and Earl Holliman. Bradbound. Fine. Set in New Orleans, the film tells the story of a tumultuous marriage on the verge of a breakdown. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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76 POWER, TYRONE, MYRNA LOY, & PHILIP DUNNE The Rains Came - By Philip Dunne and Julien Josephson
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox 1938 
First Edition. 190 page first draft shooting script for film starring Myrna Loy, Tyrone Power, Nigel Bruce, and George Brent. Pencil writing to cover and numbers written on several pages in an unknown hand. Bound with brads, very good in printed studio wrappers. 
Price: 550.00 USD
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77 RAPHAEL, FREDERIC Two For the Road
London Cape 1967 
First Edition. Fine in a near fine dust jacket (Half-inch tear at head of rear panel of jacket). The screenplay of the film starring Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn directed by Stanley Donen. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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78 RIEFENSTAHL, LENI Triumph of the Will. A Film by Leni Riefenstahl. Document of the 1934 Reich Party Rally
Richardson, Texas Celluloid Chronicles Press 1990 
First Edition. Laid in is a 5” x 7 1/2” black & white photograph of Leni Riefenstahl which is signed in ink by Riefenstahl. The screenplay for the classic and frightening propaganda documentary of Adolf Hitler. With over 80 illustrations. Fine in pictorial boards without dust jacket as issued. Published by a small and obscure firm that quickly went out of business. 
Price: 375.00 USD
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79 ROBERT KENNEDY & HIS TIMES - THE TELEVISION MOVIE Original Shooting Script for the Three-Part Television Movie Robert Kennedy and His Times by Walon Green. Based on the Book by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Burbank, CA Columbia Pictures Television 1983 
First Edition. Original 158 page first draft shooting script dated January 7, 1983 for the three-part television movie Robert Kennedy and His Times written by Walon Green, based on the book by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.. The episodes aired on January 27, January 28, and January 29, 1985 and starred Brad Davis as Robert Kennedy, with Veronica Cartwright, Cliff DeYoung, Ned Beatty, and Beatrice Straight. Bradbound in printed studio covers. About fine bright copy with a trace of handling. This is the first treatment in film of Robert F. Kennedy's life and presents an intimate portrait of one of the most controversial men of this century and the turbulent times in which he lived. An entire era, including the fight for civil rights, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the American entry into Vietnam, and the eventual protest against it, was shaped by Bobby Kennedy. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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80 ROSS, MICHAEL & BERNIE WEST All in the Family - “Archie's Fraud” Written by Michael Ross and Bernie West
Los Angeles CBS Television 1972 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this episode. Original 45 page first draft shooting script with color rewrite pages, dated July 25, 1972, for an episode of the comedy television series All in the Family, starring Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, and Sally Struthers. This episode, “Archie's Fraud” written by Michael Ross and Bernie West aired on September 23, 1972 (Season 3, Episode 2). Bound with brads. Slightly used copy with occasional pencil notations to the text in an unknown hand in printed studio wrappers. James McEachin's early life experiences were in the military, as a policeman, a fireman, and a record producer. He turned to a career in show business, and was often cast to highlight his African-American heritage with successful roles in such well-known television series as Hawaii Five-O, Mannix, and Dragnet. He was cast in the pivotal role of the d.j. in Play Misty for Me with Clint Eastwood. He starred briefly in his own series as detective Harry Tenafly, in Tenafly. Many of us remember him for his terrific work as police lieutenant Brock in the 1986 television movie Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun - a role he would reprise throughout the years. He is the author of Farewell to the Mockingbirds which won the 1998 Benjamin Franklin Award, The Heroin Factor (1999), Say Goodnight to the Boys in Blue (2000), The Great Canis Lupus (2001), and Tell me a Tale: A Novel of the Old South (2003), Pebbles in the Roadway (2003), a collection of short stories and essays, and in 2005, he produced the award-winning audio book Voices: A Tribute to the American Veteran. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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