Titolo: NOTORIOUS - DIALOGUE AND CUTTING CONTINUITY ...
Casa editrice: RKO RADIO PICTURES, INC., HOLLYWOOD, CA
Data di pubblicazione: 1946
Legatura: PRINTED PAPER SELF WRAPPERS
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Tipologia articolo: SCREEN SCRIPT
82 PAGES. SCREENSCRIPT ON WHITE BOND PAPER. PRODUCTION NUMBER 522. THE SCREEN PLAY WAS WRITTEN BY BEN HECHT. THE MOVIE WAS ALFRED HITCHCOCKS FIRST AMERICAN MOVIE. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STORY INVOLVING A NAZI SPY IN SOUTH AMERICA AND THE ELEMENT URANIUM THAT GENERATED INTENSE INTEREST BY THE UNITED STATES' CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (CIA). THE PLOT OBVIOUSLY WAS GENERATED BEFORE MUCH WAS KNOWN ABOUT THE ATOM BOMB THAT WAS USED IN JAPAN DURING WORLD WAR II. IT LED TO A CONTINUED SURVEILANCE OF ALFRED HITCHCOK BY THE CIA. BEN HECHT WAS LOOKING FOR A MATERIAL THAT WOULD SUPPORT A SPY PLOT AND CAME UP WITH URANIUM AS A BASIS FOR THE PLOT. THE MOVIE WAS A MAJOR TRIUMPH FOR HECHT AND HITCHCOCK. Size: 8 1/2" X 14". Codice inventario libreria 222462
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