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1 NUGENT, FRANK S. (HARRY CAREY, JR.) The Searchers. Screenplay by Frank S. Nugent. Based on the Novel by Alan Le May
Turner Classic Movies - Sight & Sound 2002 
First Edition - Thus. Paperbound. Signed by actor Harry Carey, Jr. who co-starred in this classic Western film directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, and Natalie Wood. Fine in printed wrappers. The complete screenplay for the film The Searchers for which director John Ford received a Directors Guild of America nomination for Best Director. The son of silent film star Harry Carey, Harry Carey Jr. followed in his father's footsteps into the movie business and has enjoyed a long and celebrated career as a gifted and memorable character actor, appearing in such terrific films as Howard Hawks's classic Red River (1948) with John Wayne and onto a long-standing association with director John Ford, including 3 Godfathers (1948), which was dedicated to his father, who had passed away in 1947, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949), Rio Grande (1950), The Searchers (1956), Wagon Master (1950), The Long Gray Line (1955), Mister Roberts (1955) (begun by Ford, he was replaced after a couple of weeks' shooting, by Mervyn LeRoy), Two Rode Together (1961), and Cheyenne Autumn (1964. He worked in many films with John Wayne, including Island in the Sky (1953), Gun the Man Down (1956), Escort West (1958), Rio Bravo (1959), The Undefeated (1969), Big Jake (1971), and Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973). In 1987, Harry Carey Jr. received a Golden Boot by the Motion Picture & Television Fund Foundation, and in 2003 he won a Silver Spur Award from Reel Cowboys. In 2003 he was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 
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2 PENTECOST, HUGH Good Cop. Archive of Materials
New York The Theatre Guild 1959 
A small group of materials from a proposed production by the United States Steel Hour of Hugh Pentecost's short story “Good Cop”. The story is about a good cop who sometimes does shady things in the name of the law. Archive begins with the a Typed Letter on Theatre Guild stationery giving a one month option to pick up the license to telecast the story “Good Cop”, dated May 11, 1959. A Typed Contract Signed by the author, George Bellak agreeing to write an outline based on the short story “Good Cop”, 5 pages, dated May 27, 1959. A Carbon Typed Manuscript Unsigned by George Bellak, 7 pages, which is titled “Notes and Comments on Good Cop” suggesting to retitle the teleplay “The Quiet Precinct”. Finally, the original Argosy magazine story from March 1959, 4 pages. 
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3 WOLFE, THOMAS October. Screenplay by David Zelag Goodman Based on the Book by A. Scott Berg
Universal City Universal Studios 1979 
Original 134 page screenplay for an unproduced film dealing with a ten span of the lives of novelist Thomas Wolfe, his editor Max Perkins, and Wolfe's mistress Aline Bernstein. Ernest Hemingway, Erskine Caldwell, John Hall Wheelock and other literary figures are character in the script as well. With a warm signed presentation inscription by screenwriter Goodman on the title page. Fine in printed studio wrappers. Logan wrote such acclaimed films as Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs; Farewell, My Lovely, Logan's Run, Eyes of Laura Mars, Monte Walsh, Lovers and Other Strangers, etc. 
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