Titolo: Original Shooting Script Archive for the ...
Casa editrice: Burbank Warner Brothers 1955
Data di pubblicazione: 1955
autografato: Signed by Author(s)
Edizione: 1st Edition
First Edition. The archive of material which belonged to actor Jack Grinnage, who played "Moose", one of the three main hoods, in Rebel Without a Cause. Included are GrinnageÕs shooting script which he had hardbound, his original vintage Warner Brother studio pass allowing him on the lot specifically mentioning him shooting Rebel, copies of daily call sheets and group of 16 still photographs. Grinnage saved this archive from the landmark film and had the script hardbound, has his personal bookplate and is signed by him on the title page ÒJack Grinnage - Moose.Ó The script which contains the blue color rewrite pages preserves the deletions, additions and changes that the film went through as it was upgraded from a black and white second feature to a Warner Bros. color wide screen release - and which has since become a great classic certainly the great American film of rebellion in youth. The rare photos, with GrinnageÕs notes on the back, include two of a late night read-through of the script by the whole cast led by film director Nicholas Ray showing Dean wearing his glasses, a beautiful demure young Natalie Wood, Jim Backus barely awake and Grinnage intently studying this very same script. The studio pass, which names the film, was to be surrendered upon receiving his final check, but was kept anyway; it was good only for this picture. The call sheets show Jayne Mansfield auditioned for a role on more than one occasion, and also lists those who won the roles. Precious little production material survives from this film, much less a grouping from one of the participants. This script also contains the cut opening sequence of the film, when the hoods "roll" the old man for the Easter basket and get the wind-up monkey. As fans of the film know, the final cut beginning has Jim drunk on the sidewalk and playing with the wind-up monkey as he is arrested. He then takes it to the police station with no explanation of its origin. A terrific collection of production material from this critically acclaimed film, which defined James Dean to an entire generation. Enclosed in a handsome morocco and cloth clamshell box. Codice inventario libreria 13635J
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