Titolo: NARRATIVE OF "THE DIVINE SARAH" SCREENPLAY ...
Casa editrice: DAVID O. SELZNICK, HOLLYWOOD, CA
Data di pubblicazione: 1944
Legatura: PRINTED STIFF PAPER COVERS
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Edizione: First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: SCREENSCRIPT
34 PAGES. AUGUST 25, 1944 - CARBON COPY NARRRATIVE TYPESCRIPT "PREPARED BY MURIEL ELWOOD". IN BLUE STIFF PAPER WRAPPERS BOUND WITH THREE BRADS. EACH SECTION REFERS TO THE PAGES OF THE COMPLETE TYPESCRIPT. THIS NARRATIVE TYPESCRIPT IS FROM THE PERSONAL LIBRARY OF DAVID O. SELZNICK. A NARRATIVE OF THE MOVIE SCRIPT FOR A MOVIE THAT WAS NEVER PRODUCED. CARBON COPY TYPESCRIPTS INDICATE THAT ONLY ONE OR TWO WERE PRODUCED AND THUS, THIS COPY IS UNCOMMON IF NOT RARE. Size: 8 1/2" X 11". Codice inventario libreria 222343
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