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1 (MCEACHIN, JAMES) A Collection of Film and Television Production Material for Actor James McEachin: A Shooting Schedule for the Film ‘Every Which Way But Loose, a Call Sheet for an Episode of the Television Series ‘McClain's Law,' and a Crew List for the Television Movie “Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the All-Star Assassin.” Originally Titled ‘The Case of the Sudden Death Playoff”
Los Angeles Malpaso Co. / Warner Bros. / Eric Bercovici Productions & Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company / Viacom 1978, 1981 & 1989 
Original 66 page shooting schedule for the Clint Eastwood film ‘Every Which Way But Loose' dated April 13, 1978. Lightly used copy with some marginal notations and corrections. The film co-starred Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Beverly D'Angelo, and James McEachin. With a Call Sheet for an episode of the television series ‘McClain's Law' which aired as ‘Portrait of a Playmate' on December 18, 1981 (Season 1, Episode 6) starring James Arness as Detective Jim McClain, with Marshall Colt, Carl Franklin, and James McEachin. Several creases from folding, else fine. With an original 8 page Crew List for another James McEachin project, the Perry Mason television movie “Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the All-Star Assassin.” which was originally titled ‘The Case of the Sudden Death Playoff” and aired on November 19, 1989. It is signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Very good copy with a trace of use, stapled in the upper left corner. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street. 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. 
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2 CLEMENS, BRIAN (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Glass Coffin'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company 1991 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 112 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for the television movie Perry Mason - The Case of the Glass Coffin written by Brian Clemens, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Bound with brads. With a faint dampstain to the left side of the front cover not affecting the interior, else fine in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, William R. Moses, Nancy Grahn, Julie Sommars, and Peter Scolari. 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. 
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3 COLLINS, ANNE, DEAN HARGROVE & JOEL STEIGER (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Silenced Singer'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman / Company / Viacom 1990 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 107 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for the television movie Perry Mason - The Case of the Silenced Singer written by Anne Collins from a story by Dean Hargrove and Joel Steiger, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. With a ‘Staff & Crew List' dated January 26, 1990, which is also signed by James McEachin. Bound with brads. About fine copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, William R. Moses, Tim Reid, Alan Rachins, Vanessa Williams, Angela Bassett, and Alice Ghostley. 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. 
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4 CROWE, CAMERON Jerry Maguire
Los Angeles November 14, 1995 
Later photocopy script signed and inscribed by screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe on the printed cover - To Tom - Thanks! Cameron Crowe 99. Shooting script for the acclaimed Cameron Crowe film starring Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Jr. (who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor), and Renee Zellweger in her break-out role. Bradbound in printed wrappers. Near fine. The story of ultra-ambitious sports agent, Jerry Maguire (Cruise), whose career hits a crisis point during which he loses all of his clients except for the egomaniacal football player, Rod Tidwell (Gooding), and falls for the lovely Dorothy Boyd (Zellweger). 
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5 ECKSTEIN, GEORGE (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Musical Murder'. Originally Titled ‘The Case of the Final Curtain'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company 1989 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 111 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages and shooting schedule for the television movie Perry Mason - The Case of the Musical Murder which was originally titled The Case of the Final Curtain written by George Eckstein, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Bound with brads. About fine copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, Alexandra Paul, William R. Moses, Debbie Reynolds, and Jerry Orbach. 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. 
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6 ECKSTEIN, GEORGE (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Ruthless Reporter' Originally titled ‘The Case of the Late Newsman'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company / Viacom 1990 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 119 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages and 4 pages of additional dialogue for the television movie Perry Mason - ‘The Ruthless Reporter' originally titled ‘The Case of the Late Newsman' written by George Eckstein, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Bound with brads. Very good copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, William R. Moses, John James, Jerry Orbach, Susan Sullivan, and Philip Michael Thomas. 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. 
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7 GREEN, WALON Hill Street Blues - ‘Fathers and Huns'
Los Angeles MTM Enterprises 1985 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 57 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for an episode of the acclaimed crime drama Hill Street Blues - ‘Fathers and Huns' written by Walon Green which aired on November 21, 1985 (Season 6, Episode 8). Includes a call sheet for Mr. McEachin dated August 16, 1985. Bound with brads. Very good copy with a trace of use in printed 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. 
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8 LEVINSON, RICHARD & WILLIAM LINK That Certain Summer - ABC Television Movie of the Week. Teleplay by Richard Levinson and William Link
Los Angeles Universal Studios / ABC Television 1972 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production, which was the first television feature ever broadcast dealing explicity with homosexuality. Original 76 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for the groundbreaking ABC television movie of the week That Certain Summer written by Richard Levinson and William Link, starring Hal Holbrook, Martin Sheen, Joe Don Baker, Marlyn Mason, Scott Jacoby, and Hope Lange. Bound with brads. About fine copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. The film revolves around the story of how, after a divorce, a family deals with the father's homosexuality, which, for its time, was extremely revolutionary for mainstream primetime televsion. The film won an Emmy for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama (Scott Jacoby), and was nominated for Emmys for Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Mixing, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program, Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Hal Holbrook), Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Hope Lange), Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy, and Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Original Teleplay. It also won a Golden Globe for Best Movie Made for TV. 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: 300.00 USD
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9 PALM, ROBERT (MARK HARMON, LAUREN HOLLY, DAVID MCCALLUM, PAULEY PERRETTE, COTE DE PABLO, MICHAEL WEATHERLY, SEAN MURRAY) Original Shooting Script, ‘Sandblast,' for an Episode of the Television Series, NCIS
Los Angeles Paramount Television / CBS 2006 
First Edition. Signed by the stars of the hit television series, NCIS, Mark Harmon, Lauren Holly, David McCallum, Pauley Perrette, Cote de Pablo, Michael Weatherly, and Sean Murray. Hardbound in brown cloth covered boards with gilt-stamping to the spine. Original 76 page revised draft shooting script, with color rewrite pages, dated through September 9, 2006, used in the production of the television series, NCIS, entitled ‘Sandblast' written by Robert Palm which aired on November 7, 2006 (Season 4, Episode 7). Fine. Accompanied by a video recording of the finished episode. The series is in its fifth season, and debuted in the fall of 2003. The story line for the series revolves around a team of special investigators who operate outside of the military chain of command in a unit known as NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service), and stars Mark Harmon, Lauren Holly, David McCallum, Pauley Perrette, Cote de Pablo, Michael Weatherly, and Sean Murray. The show has received Emmy nominations and won ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards for Top TV Series in 2004 and 2006. 
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10 SCHLITT, ROBERT (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Skin-Deep Scandal' Originally Titled ‘The Case of the Unhappy Birthday'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company / Viacom 1992 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 106 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for the television movie Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Skin-Deep Scandal' originally titled ‘The Case of the Unhappy Birthday' written by Robert Schlitt, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Bound with brads. Very good copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, William R. Moses, Carmen Argenziano, Scott Thompson Baker, Jonathan Banks, Polly Bergen, Tippi Hedren, and Morgan Fairchild. 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: 165.00 USD
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11 ZLOTOFF, LEE DAVID (ERLE STANLEY GARDNER) Perry Mason - ‘The Case of the Avenging Ace'
Los Angeles Dean Hargrove Productions / Fred Silverman Company / Viacom 1987 
First Edition. Signed on the front cover by actor James McEachin, who co-starred in this production. Original 118 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages and a call sheet for the television movie Perry Mason - The Case of the Avenging Ace written by Lee David Zlotoff, starring Raymond Burr, based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Bound with brads. About fine copy with a trace of use in printed wrappers. This movie also starred Barbara Hale as Della Street, Caitlin O'Connell, William Katt, Erin Gray, and David Ogden Stiers. 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: 185.00 USD
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12 [THE ENGLISH PATIENT - THE SCREENPLAY] MINGHELLA, ANTHONY & MICHAEL ONDAATJE The English Patient. A Screenplay by Anthony Minghella Based on the Novel by Michael Ondaatje
New York Hyperion/Miramax 1996 
First Edition. Signed by Anthony Minghella, the film's director and screenwriter, and Michael Ondaatje, author of the novel. Fine in wrappers. The shooting script with illustrations from the award-winning motion picture. 
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