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1 Young Winston. Screenplay by Carl Foreman Based on Winston Churchill's My Early Life
New York Ballantine Books 1972 
First Edition. Paperback original. Near fine in printed wrappers. The shooting script for the acclaimed film starring Simon Ward as Winston Churchill, Anne Bancroft, Robert Shaw, Jack Hawkins, Jane Seymour, Edward Woodward, Anthony Hopkins, etc., directed by Richard Attenborough who has written a special foreword to this book. Illustrated. 
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2 Young Winston. Screenplay by Carl Foreman Based on Winston Churchill's My Early Life
New York Ballantine Books 1972 
First Edition. Paperback original. Very good plus. The shooting script for the acclaimed film starring Simon Ward, Anne Bancroft, Robert Shaw, Jack Hawkins, Jane Seymour, Edward Woodward, Anthony Hopkins, etc., directed by Richard Attenborough who has written a special foreword to this book. Illustrated. 
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3 ANHALT, EDWARD (JAY PRESSON ALLEN) Wives and Lovers. Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. Based on the Play by Jay Presson Allen
Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 1962 
First Edition. Original 150 page final white shooting script, dated December 21, 1962, for the film Wives and Lovers. Bradbound. Money From Home was directed by John Rich, and starred Janet Leigh, Van Johnson, Shelley Winters, Martha Hyer, and Ray Walston. This comedy film tells the story of a newly famous writer (Johnson) who moves to the suburbs with his wife (Leigh) and how they attempt to blend in with the neighbors. 
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4 ASIMOV, ISAAC The Unseen World. An Original Script For a Documentary by Isaac Asimov
New York Jules Power International Productions, Inc. 1970 
Fourth Draft, dated 3/18/70. 41 page mimeographed script for a documentary by Isaac Asimov exploring the wide range of human perspectives and perceptions of the Universe - from the microscopic realms to the outer reaches of space. Bradbound. “Final recorded version” hand-written in pencil on the front cover in an unknown hand. With “Jules Power” written in ink on the front cover. About fine copy with some very minor creases from reading in printed wrappers. Very scarce. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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5 BAUMGARTEN, BARRY H. with MARIANNE DOZIER So Love Returns. A Play for the Screen by Barry H. Baumgarten with Marianne Dozier. From the Novel by Robert Nathan
N.p. n.p. (circa 1970s) 
First Edition. 125 page xeroxed screenplay with some typewritten pages for an unproduced film version of Robert Nathan's novel. With the author's name handwritten on the last page. Lightly used copy with some edge wear and tears and slight creasing. Bradbound in printed wrappers. 
Price: 37.50 USD
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6 BEATTIE, STUART Collateral. Screenplay by Stuart Beattie
Los Angeles Dreamworks 2004 
First Edition. 123 page screenplay for the film Collateral directed by Michael Mann, starring Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx. Paperbound in studio printed wrappers. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 BERGMAN, INGMAR The Seventh Seal. A Film by Ingmar Bergman. Translated from the Swedish by Lars Malmstrom and David Kushner
New York Simon & Schuster 1960 
First Edition. Paperbound. Illustrated with stills from the film. Very good copy with a trace of dust soiling in printed wrappers. Presents the screenplay for Ingmar Bergman's classic film ‘The Seventh Seal' starring Gunnar Bjornstrand, Bengt Ekerot, Nils Poppe, Max von Sydow, and Bibi Andersson. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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8 EUSTIS, RICH & MICHAEL ELIAS Original First Draft Shooting Script for the Pilot Episode of the Television Sit-Com, Head of the Class
Los Angeles Creative Artists Agency January 22, 1985 
Paperbound, 41 pages, in original stiff printed wrappers. Near fine with one crease to the front cover. Head of the Class was a popular TV sit-com which ran from 1986-1991 and starred Howard Hesseman (of WKRP fame) as Charlie Moore, a laidback teacher of a class of gifted teenagers. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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9 FREEDMAN, JERROLD & JOANNA CRAWFORD, LUCY FREEMAN & JULIE ROY Original Shooting Script for an NBC Television Movie, ‘Betrayal'
Los Angeles EMI / NBC Television 1978 
First Edition. Original 110 page revised draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for an NBC television movie, Betrayal, dated April 3, 1978, written by Jerrold Freedman and Joanna Crawford, based on the novel by Lucy Freeman and Julie Roy, directed by Paul Wendkos, starring Leslie Ann Warren, Rip Torn, Richard Masur, and Ron Silver. Bradbound. Near fine copy with a touch of dust soiling to the printed covers. The film tells the story of a psychiatrist (Torn) who is accused by one of his patients (Warren) of forcing her to sustain a sexual relationship with him, and the subsequent grueling trial which follows. 
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10 FROLOV, DIANE & ANDREW SCHNEIDER Original Shooting Script, ‘Mite Makes Right,' an Episode of the Television Series Northern Exposure
Los Angeles Pipeline Productions September 13, 1993 
First Edition. Original final draft shooting script for an episode from the fifth season of the critically acclaimed television series, Northern Exposure, entitled ‘Mite Makes Right,' written by Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider and directed by Michael Vittes, which aired on January 17, 1994. The show starred Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, Barry Corbin, John Corbett, Darren E. Burrows, and John Cullum. Bradbound. Near fine lightly used copy in printed studio wrappers. The story line of Northern Exposure centers on the character Dr. Joel Fleishman (Morrow), a somewhat uptight born and bred New Yorker who, upon graduating from medical school, finally gets around to reading the fine print of his scholarship and realizes that he is contract bound to move to the remote Alaskan town of Cicely (population 215), where he must begin a four year practice. Once there, he is welcomed by the peculiar locals who offer him the kind of extraordinary experiences and opportunities he would have missed had he opted for a more ‘normal' life. 
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11 FROLOV, DIANE & ANDREW SCHNEIDER Original Shooting Script, ‘Three Doctors,' an Episode of the Television Series Northern Exposure
Los Angeles Pipeline Productions June 1, 1993 
First Edition. Original final draft shooting script with a three page oneline shooting schedule for the first episode from the fifth season of the critically acclaimed television series, Northern Exposure, entitled ‘Three Doctors,' written by Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider and directed by Daniel Attias, which aired on September 20, 1993. The show starred Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, Barry Corbin, John Corbett, Darren E. Burrows, and John Cullum. Bradbound. Fine copy in printed studio wrappers. The story line of Northern Exposure centers on the character Dr. Joel Fleishman (Morrow), a somewhat uptight born and bred New Yorker who, upon graduating from medical school, finally gets around to reading the fine print of his scholarship and realizes that he is contract bound to move to the remote Alaskan town of Cicely (population 215), where he must begin a four year practice. Once there, he is welcomed by the peculiar locals who offer him the kind of extraordinary experiences and opportunities he would have missed had he opted for a more ‘normal' life. 
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12 FROLOV, DIANE & ROBIN GREEN Original Shooting Script, ‘Old Tree,' an Episode of the Television Series Northern Exposure
Los Angeles Pipeline Productions March 5, 1993 
First Edition. Original final draft shooting script for the final episode from the fourth season of the critically acclaimed television series, Northern Exposure, entitled ‘Old Tree,' written by Diane Frolov and Robin Green and directed by Michael Fresco, which aired on May 24, 1993. The show starred Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, Barry Corbin, John Corbett, Darren E. Burrows, and John Cullum. Bradbound. Very good copy with some minor dampstaining to the outer pages in printed studio wrappers. The story line of Northern Exposure centers on the character Dr. Joel Fleishman (Morrow), a somewhat uptight born and bred New Yorker who, upon graduating from medical school, finally gets around to reading the fine print of his scholarship and realizes that he is contract bound to move to the remote Alaskan town of Cicely (population 215), where he must begin a four year practice. Once there, he is welcomed by the peculiar locals who offer him the kind of extraordinary experiences and opportunities he would have missed had he opted for a more ‘normal' life. 
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13 GANZ, LOWELL & BABALOO MANDEL City Slickers. Screenplay by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandell
Los Angeles Castle Rock Pictures 1990 
Original 123 page revised second draft shooting script for the film, City Slickers, directed by Ron Underwood, starring Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Ed Furillo, and Jack Palance. Bradbound in printed studio wrappers. Near fine copy with a touch of wear to the covers. The comedic story of a group of middle-aged friends who take a cattle drive vacation together and find adventure and purpose along the way. Jack Palance won an Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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14 GREEN, ROBIN & MITCHELL BURGESS Original Shooting Script, ‘Hello, I Love You,' an Episode of the Television Series Northern Exposure
Los Angeles Pipeline Productions September 30, 1993 
First Edition. Original final draft shooting script for an episode from the fifth season of the critically acclaimed television series, Northern Exposure, entitled ‘Mite Makes Right,' written by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess and directed by Michael Fresco, which aired on January 31, 1994. The show starred Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, Barry Corbin, John Corbett, Darren E. Burrows, and John Cullum. Bradbound. Near fine lightly used copy in printed studio wrappers. The story line of Northern Exposure centers on the character Dr. Joel Fleishman (Morrow), a somewhat uptight born and bred New Yorker who, upon graduating from medical school, finally gets around to reading the fine print of his scholarship and realizes that he is contract bound to move to the remote Alaskan town of Cicely (population 215), where he must begin a four year practice. Once there, he is welcomed by the peculiar locals who offer him the kind of extraordinary experiences and opportunities he would have missed had he opted for a more ‘normal' life. 
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15 HAMMER FILMS The Lady Vanishes. Screenplay by George Axelrod
London Hammer Films 1978 
127 page shooting script for the last Hammer Films feature picture starring Cybill Shepard, Elliott Gould, Angela Lansbury and Herbert Lom in this mystery film. Fine in wrappers. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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16 HOWARD, CY & PARKE LEVY My Friend Irma. Screenplay by Cy Howard and Parke Levy. And My Friend Irma Goes West. Screenplay by Cy Howard and Parke Levy
Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 1949, 1950 
First Editions. These original shooting scripts for the first two Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis films belonged to film producer, Joseph H. Hazen, and are specially hardbound in green tooled leather with raised bands, and with ‘Joseph H. Hazen' stamped in gold at the lower right corner of the front boards. My Friend Irma has 131 pages with color rewrite pages, is dated February 21, 1949, and is in near fine gleaming condition with a hint of rubbing to the leather at the spine. My Friend Irma Goes West has 138 pages with color rewrite pages, is dated January 24, 1950, and is also in near fine gleaming condition with a hint of rubbing to the leather at the spine. My Friend Irma is based on the radio show of the same name and marks the film debut of the legendary comedy team of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis and was directed by George Marshall, and co-starred John Lund, Marie Wilson (as Irma), Diana Lynn, and Don DeFore. The sequel, My Friend Irma Goes West, was directed by Hal Walker, and enjoyed the same cast as its predecessor, with the welcome addition of Corrine Calvet. The stories revolve around the somewhat silly life and friends of a young career woman named Irma. Joseph H. Hazen (1898 - 1994 was the executive producer for such classic films as Becket (1964), Roustabout (1964), The Sons of Katie Elder (1965 - uncredited), Barefoot in the Park (1967 - uncredited), and True Grit (1969 - uncredited). The pair: 
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17 JARRE, KEVIN The Devil's Own. Screenplay by Kevin Jarre
Los Angeles n.d. 
First Edition. 112 page first draft screenplay for the Alan J. Pakula directed film about a young Irish terrorist who comes to New York City and finds a temporary home with an unsuspecting straight-arrow cop starring Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. Bradbound in white paper wrappers. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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18 LAGRAVENESE, RICHARD The Fisher King
N.p. United Talent Agency 1988 
117 page xeroxed shooting script bound in original printed wrappers with brads. From the quirky, endearing film directed by Terry Gilliam and starring Robin Williams, Jeff Bridges, Mercedes Ruehl, and Amanda Plummer. About fine. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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19 LUCAS, JOHN MEREDYTH Peking Express (Originally Titled ‘The China Story'). Screenplay by John Meredyth Lucas. Based on a Story by Harry Hervey
Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 1951 
First Edition. This original 110 page final shooting script with color rewrite pages belonged to film producer, Joseph H. Hazen, and is specially hardbound in dark green tooled leather with raised bands, and with ‘Joseph H. Hazen' stamped in gold at the lower right corner of the front board. Near fine copy with a just a hint of rubbing to the leather. This screenplay is dated February 17, 1951. The Peking Express was directed by William Dieterle, and starred Joseph Cotten, Corinne Calvet, Edmund Gwen, and Marvin Miller. Peking Express was the second remake of Josef vonSternberg's Shanghai Express (the first remake was titled Night Plane to Chungking. Peking Express tells the story of a doctor (Cotten) and a sophisticated woman (Calvet) whose lives become entertwined with an Oriental outlaw (Miller). Joseph H. Hazen (1898 - 1994 was the executive producer for such classic films as Becket (1964), Roustabout (1964), The Sons of Katie Elder (1965 - uncredited), Barefoot in the Park (1967 - uncredited), and True Grit (1969 - uncredited). 
Price: 300.00 USD
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20 MCKEAND, CAROL EVAN Blue Skies. A One Hour Pilot for a Television Series by Carol Evan McKeand
Los Angeles CBS Television 1987 
First Edition. Original 55 page second revised final draft shooting script with color rewrite pages for the pilot episode of the television series, ‘Blue Skies' starring Tom Wopat, Pat Hingle, and Season Hubley. Bradbound. Very good plus copy with just a faint trace of dust soiling to the covers. The story line for this family drama series revolves around the central character, Frank Cobb (Wopat), who grew up in a lumber town in Oregon where his father (Hingle) worked at the mill. Frank leaves the small town for New York where he has much success in the world of advertising and has a family. After his wife dies, he decides to return to Oregon with his two young children, buy the by now run down old lumber mill, and very early on in the story meets a local woman (Hubley) who, you guessed it, becomes the next love of his life. 
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