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1 EASTWOOD, CLINT The Beguiled. Screenplay by Albert Maltz and Irene Kamp. Based on the Novel by Thomas Cullinan
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1970/1971 
First Edition. Original 147 page mimeographed revised dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated December 1, 1970 and again January 8, 1971, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘The Beguiled,' screenplay by Albert Maltz (as John B. Sherry) and Irene Kamp (as Grimes Grice), based on the novel by Thomas Cullinan, directed by Don Siegel, and starring Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, and Elizabeth Hartman. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. A lightly used copy with some tearing to the front cover. The film is set during the Civil War and tells the story of an injured Yankee soldier (Eastwood) who is rescued and nursed back to health by the all-female staff and pupils of a girl's school, where jealousy and vying for the soldier's attentions create drama. 
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2 EASTWOOD, CLINT The Beguiled. Screenplay by Albert Maltz and Irene Kamp. Based on the Novel by Thomas Cullinan
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1970/1971 
First Edition. Original 147 page mimeographed revised dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated December 1, 1970 and again January 8, 1971, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘The Beguiled,' screenplay by Albert Maltz (as John B. Sherry) and Irene Kamp (as Grimes Grice), based on the novel by Thomas Cullinan, directed by Don Siegel, and starring Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, and Elizabeth Hartman. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. With a small amount of notation on page two, else a near fine slightly used copy. The film is set during the Civil War and tells the story of an injured Yankee soldier (Eastwood) who is rescued and nursed back to health by the all-female staff and pupils of a girl's school, where jealousy and vying for the soldier's attentions create drama. 
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3 ESTEVEZ, EMILIO Bobby. Screenplay by Emilio Estevez
Los Angeles Bold Films 2006 
First Edition. Specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Screenplay. 120 page shooting script for the film Bobby, written and directed by Emilio Estevez, starring a huge ensemble cast, including Anthony Hopkins, Helen Hunt, Laurence Fishburne, William H. Macy, Lindsay Lohan, Ashton Kutcher, Heather Graham, Demi Moore, Christian Slater, Martin Sheen, Harry Belafonte, and Sharon Stone. As new in printed wrappers. Bobby tells the story of the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, on June 6th, 1968, and weaves together the individual stories of twenty-two people who were at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles where he was killed. The film received Golden Globe nominations for Best Motion Picture - Drama, and Best Original Song - Motion Picture. 
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4 HAAS, HUGO & ARNOLD PHILLIPS (JOSEF KOPTA) Pick-Up. Screenplay by Hugo Haas and Arnold Phillips. Based on the Play by Josef Kopta
Los Angeles Forum Productions 1951 
First Edition. Original 136 page shooting script for the film noir motion picture, Pick-Up, written by Hugo Haas and Arnold Phillips, based on the play by Josef Kopta. The film was directed by Hugo Haas, and starred Hugo Haas, Beverly Michaels, Allan Nixon , and Howland Chamberlain. Bradbound. Very good copy with some minor edge wear and spotting to the covers, not affecting the interior. Haas and Phillips were nominated for a WGA Award (Screen) for Best Written American Low-Budget Motion Picture. A film noir tale of lust and murder between a modest middle-aged man and an ambitious young beauty with an insatiable appetite for the finer things in life. 
Price: 1250.00 USD
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5 HALL, LEE Billy Elliot. Screenplay by Lee Hall
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 2000 
First Edition. Specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Screenplay. 73 page shooting script for the film Billy Elliot, written by Lee Hall, directed by Stephen Daldry, starring Jamie Bell in the title role, Jean Heywood, Gary Lewis, Stuart Wells, Billy Fane, and Julie Walters. Bradbound in printed studio wrappers. Near fine copy with a few tiny tears to the outer edge of the rear cover. Set in a northern England mining town during a strike, the film tells the unconventional story of a young boy, whose mine-working family does not understand or approve of his love and talent for ballet, but who finds the support he needs to see him through from his dance instructor (Walters). The film received Oscar nominations for Best Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Julie Walters), and Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen. 
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6 ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER Frankenstein. The True Story. Screenplay by Christopher Isherwood & Don Bachardy Based on the Novel by Mary Shelley
New York Avon Books 1973 
First Edition. Paperback original. Laid in is a special page which is a scene between Lord Byron and Percy Shelley that was not printed in the text but which Isherwood wanted included so he wrote it out in his hand, had it photocopied, and put the leaf into copies given to friends and others. The shooting script for the acclaimed television film starring James Mason, Michael Sarrazin, David McCallum, and Jane Seymour. Illustrated. Near fine in printed wrappers. 
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7 ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER Frankenstein. The True Story. Screenplay by Christopher Isherwood & Don Bachardy Based on the Novel by Mary Shelley
New York Avon Books 1973 
First Edition. Paperback original. Laid in is a special page which is a scene between Lord Byron and Percy Shelley that was not printed in the text but which Isherwood wanted included so he wrote it out in his hand, had it photocopied, and put the leaf into copies given to friends and others. The shooting script for the acclaimed television film starring James Mason, Michael Sarrazin, David McCallum, and Jane Seymour. Illustrated. Very good. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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8 MORGAN, PETER (HELEN MIRREN) The Queen. Screenplay by Peter Morgan
London BIM Distribuzione & Canal+ 2006 
First Edition. Specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Screenplay. 96 page shooting script for the critically acclaimed film The Queen, written by Peter Morgan, directed by Stephen Frears, starring Helen Mirren as HM Queen Elizabeth II, Michael Sheen as Prime Minister Tony Blair, James Cromwell as Prince Philip, Sylvia Syms as HM The Queen Mother, and Alex Jennings as Prince Charles. As new in printed wrappers. The Queen portrays an intimate behind the scenes glimpse at the sometimes conflicted relationship between HM Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Tony Blair immediately following the death of Princess Diana. Helen Mirren won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, and Peter Morgan won one for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture. The film and the director were both nominated for Golden Globes for their work on the film. Helen Mirren also won an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, and the film was nominated for Oscars for Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Writing, Original Screenplay, Best Achievement in Costume Design, and Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score. 
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9 MORGAN, PETER (HELEN MIRREN) The Queen. Screenplay by Peter Morgan
London BIM Distribuzione & Canal+ 2006 
First Edition. Specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for nomination of the Best Screenplay. 96 page shooting script for the critically acclaimed film The Queen, written by Peter Morgan, directed by Stephen Frears, starring Helen Mirren as HM Queen Elizabeth II, Michael Sheen as Prime Minister Tony Blair, James Cromwell as Prince Philip, Sylvia Syms as HM The Queen Mother, and Alex Jennings as Prince Charles. As new in printed wrappers. The Queen portrays an intimate behind the scenes glimpse at the sometimes conflicted relationship between HM Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Tony Blair immediately following the death of Princess Diana. Helen Mirren won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, and Peter Morgan won one for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture. The film and the director were both nominated for Golden Globes for their work on the film. Helen Mirren also won an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, and the film was nominated for Oscars for Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Writing, Original Screenplay, Best Achievement in Costume Design, and Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score. 
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10 SANCHEZ, THOMAS & PAUL MONASH Rabbit Boss. Screenplay by Paul Monash from the Novel by Thomas Sanchez
Los Angeles (1980s) 
First Edition. Original 124 page unproduced screenplay in printed studio wrappers. Paperbound. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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11 STEWART, JAMES Bend of the River. Screenplay by Borden Chase. Based on the Novel by William Gulick
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1951 
First Edition. Original 126 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated December 5, 1951, prepared toward the end of production for the western film ‘Bend of the River,' screenplay by Borden Chase, based on the novel by William Gulick, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Julia Adams, Rock Hudson, Lori Nelson, and Stepin' Fetchit. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Very good lightly used copy. The film tells the story of two men (Stewart and Kennedy)leading a wagon train of homesteaders from Missouri to the Oregon territory and, due to approaching winter, settle in Portland, with one of the men (Kennedy) selfishly choosing to trade supplies for the group for the promise of gold. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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12 STEWART, JAMES Bend of the River. Screenplay by Borden Chase. Based on the Novel by William Gulick
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1951 
First Edition. Original 126 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated December 5, 1951, prepared toward the end of production for the western film ‘Bend of the River,' screenplay by Borden Chase, based on the novel by William Gulick, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Julia Adams, Rock Hudson, Lori Nelson, and Stepin' Fetchit. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Very good lightly used copy. The film tells the story of two men (Stewart and Kennedy)leading a wagon train of homesteaders from Missouri to the Oregon territory and, due to approaching winter, settle in Portland, with one of the men (Kennedy) selfishly choosing to trade supplies for the group for the promise of gold. 
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13 STEWART, JAMES Bend of the River. Screenplay by Borden Chase. Based on the Novel by William Gulick
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1951 
First Edition. Original 126 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated December 5, 1951, prepared toward the end of production for the western film ‘Bend of the River,' screenplay by Borden Chase, based on the novel by William Gulick, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Julia Adams, Rock Hudson, Lori Nelson, and Stepin' Fetchit. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Very good lightly used copy with a faint spot to the front cover and a hint of edge wear. The film tells the story of two men (Stewart and Kennedy)leading a wagon train of homesteaders from Missouri to the Oregon territory and, due to approaching winter, settle in Portland, with one of the men (Kennedy) selfishly choosing to trade supplies for the group for the promise of gold. 
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14 STEWART, JAMES The Far Country. Screenplay by Borden Chase
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1954 
First Edition. Original 143 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated February 24, 1954, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘The Far Country,' screenplay by Borden Chase (from his novel), directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Ruth Roman, Corinne Calvet, Walter Brennan, John McIntire, Jay C. Flippen, Harry Morgan, Steve Brodie, Connie Gilchrist, and Jack Elam. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Very good lightly used copy with some tearing to the last page. The film is set at the beginning of the Klondike gold rush where an ambitious cattle herder (Stewart) and his partner (Brennan) get into the gold business, become involved in romances, and deal with the corruption inspired by the lure of quick riches. 
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15 STEWART, JAMES The Far Country. Screenplay by Borden Chase
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1954 
First Edition. Original 143 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated February 24, 1954, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘The Far Country,' screenplay by Borden Chase (from his novel), directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Ruth Roman, Corinne Calvet, Walter Brennan, John McIntire, Jay C. Flippen, Harry Morgan, Steve Brodie, Connie Gilchrist, and Jack Elam. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Near fine copy with a hint of use. The film is set at the beginning of the Klondike gold rush where an ambitious cattle herder (Stewart) and his partner (Brennan) get into the gold business, become involved in romances, and deal with the corruption inspired by the lure of quick riches. 
Price: 165.00 USD
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16 STEWART, JAMES The Glenn Miller Story. Screenplay by Valentine Davies and Oscar Brodney
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1953 
First Edition. Original 136 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated October 15, 1953, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘The Glenn Miller Story,' screenplay by Valentine Davies and Oscar Brodney, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, June Allyson, Henry Morgan, Charles Drake, George Tobias, Barton MacLane, Sig Ruman, Irving Bacon, James Bell, and Kathleen Lockhart. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Near fine copy with a hint of use. A bio-pic of the legendary bandleader and trombonist Glenn Miller (Stewart) with guest appearances by musicians and performers Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong, Ben Pollack, Gene Krupa, and more. The film won an Oscar for Best Sound, Recording (Leslie I. Carey) and was nominated for Oscars for Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture (Joseph Gershenson and Henry Mancini) and Best Writing, Story and Screenplay. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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17 STEWART, JAMES Thunder Bay. Screenplay by Gil Doud and John Michael Hayes
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1953 
First Edition. Original 141 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated February 17, 1953, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘Thunder Bay,' screenplay by Gil Doud and John Michael Hayes, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Joanne Dru, Gilbert Roland, Dan Duryea, and Henry Morgan. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. With a small amount of pencil notation of the front cover, else very good with a hint of use. The film tells the story of an ex-Navy engineer (Stewart) who comes to a Louisiana town to build a safe platform for offshore oil drilling with his partner (Duryea), but come up against opposition from the local fishing community, a hurricane, and a corrupt board of directors backing the whole enterprise. 
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18 STEWART, JAMES Thunder Bay. Screenplay by Gil Doud and John Michael Hayes
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1953 
First Edition. Original 141 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script, dated February 17, 1953, prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘Thunder Bay,' screenplay by Gil Doud and John Michael Hayes, directed by Anthony Mann, and starring James Stewart, Joanne Dru, Gilbert Roland, Dan Duryea, and Henry Morgan. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Near fine copy with a hint of use. The film tells the story of an ex-Navy engineer (Stewart) who comes to a Louisiana town to build a safe platform for offshore oil drilling with his partner (Duryea), but come up against opposition from the local fishing community, a hurricane, and a corrupt board of directors backing the whole enterprise. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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19 WAYNE, JOHN Adventure's End. Screenplay by Ben Grauman Kohn, Scott Darling, and Sidney Sutherland. Story by Ben Ames Williams
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1937 
First Edition. Original 125 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘Adventure's End,' screenplay by Screenplay by Ben Grauman Kohn, Scott Darling, and Sidney Sutherland, story by Ben Ames Williams, directed by Arthur Lubin, and starring John Wayne, Diana Gibson, Montagu Love, Moroni Olsen, Maurice Black, and Paul White. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Very good lightly used copy with a faint dampstain to the bottom edge of the rear cover and with a few small tears and minor signs of use. The film tells the story of a Pacific pearl diver (Wayne) who, while on the run from a group of angry natives, boards a whaling ship whose dying captain convinces him to marry his daughter (Gibson). 
Price: 100.00 USD
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20 WAYNE, JOHN California Straight Ahead. Screenplay by Scott Darling. Story by Herman Boxer
Los Angeles Universal Pictures 1937 
First Edition. Original 125 page mimeographed dialogue and cutting continuity script prepared toward the end of production for the film ‘California Staright Ahead,' screenplay by Scott Darling, story by Ben Herman Boxer, directed by Arthur Lubin, and starring John Wayne, Louise Latimer, Robert McWade , Theodore von Eltz, and Tully Marshall. Bradbound, 8 1/2” x 11”. Ownership name in pencil on the front cover, else near fine with a trace of edge wear. The film tells the story of a manager of a trucking company (Wayne) who engages his fleet in a competition with a freight train in a cross-country race to deliver aviation parts to the Pacific coast. 
Price: 110.00 USD
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