Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the original screenplay for the 1970 film A Walk in the Spring Rain, directed by Guy Green. The film was apapted from Rachel Maddux's 1966 novel of the same name by screenwriter Stirling Silliphant and starred actors Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman. The film was shot on location in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This collection consists of the 162-page original screenplay for the 1994 motion picture Pulp Fiction, written by Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary. The title page is autographed by Tarantino, who also directed the film. The screenplay is dated May 1993 and includes a signifier that it was the final draft.
This collection features an original copy of the screenplay for "Gipsy House," dated December 29, 1980 and written by Robert Anderson.
Photocopy agency draft script, likely dating from the 1970s, and a German translation that is undated, for an unproduced film, Noa Noa, by James Agee. The screenplay is about the life of artist Paul Gauguin with a focus on the relationship with fellow artist Vincent van Gogh.
This collection consists of a two-page typescript synopsis with holograph pencil notations, and the original script from the unproduced film, A Tanglewood Story. James Agee and Howard Taubman co-wrote the film. This was one of Agee's final projects before his fatal heart attack in 1955.
This collection consists of the original 1963 screenplay script of All the Way Home. The screenplay was based on the 1957 James Agee novel A Death in the Family and the dramatic adaptation by Ted Mosel's play All the Way Home.
This collection features two screenplays based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's well-known stories, The Little Princess and The Secret Garden.
This collections includes one original screenplay for Weekend with Father and several photographs featuring Patricia Neal in her films The Fountainhead, The Breaking Point, La tue donna, and A Face in the Crowd.
Collection contains two hardbound screenplays owned by actress Patricia Neal, one of The Fountainhead and one of Mr. Congressman/Washington Story. Bound in throughout each screenplay are studio still photographs from the films, most including Neal.
A screenplay of Andrew Johnson: The Man on America’s Conscience, later Tennessee Johnson from 1942.
Teleplay for The Moonshine Hound, a 1980 script written based on a story by Laura and Bill Monson for Walt Disney Productions.
This collection features Cameron James Connell's copy of the screenplay for The Moonshine War.
The Subject Was Roses original screenplay for the 1968 film based on Frank D. Gilroy's play.