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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Written forms of stories prepared for motion picture productions, including description of characters, details of scenes and settings, dialogue, and stage directions.

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

A Farewell to Arms dialogue continuity and screenplays

 Unprocessed — Box 1: [Barcode: X032669136]
Identifier: ViU-2019-0029

Albert Maltz "Shattered Silence" screenplay

 Unprocessed — Folder 1
Identifier: ViU-2020-0002

Claude Rains annotated script

Identifier: ViU-2022-0005

Denne Bart Petitclerc A Farewell to Arms screenplay

Identifier: ViU-2019-0030

Dennis Palumbo "The Grande Game" screenplay

Identifier: ViU-2019-0117

Dick Miller copy of The Premature Burial screenplay

 Unprocessed — Folder Viu2022-0057_001: [Barcode: X032571302]
Identifier: ViU-2022-0057

In Our Time screenplay

 Unprocessed — Folder ViU 2022-0098_001: [Barcode: X032571418]
Identifier: ViU-2022-0098
Dates: January 16, 1984

Jamal Joseph Liberated territory screenplay

Identifier: ViU-2019-0006

Jacques Letellier script for film, "The Lottery in Babylon"

 Collection — Box BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589307]
Identifier: MSS 16194
Scope and Contents Jacques Letellier script for film, "The Lottery in Babylon" 1960's, .03 cubic feet, a typed draft for an unproduced film based on the 1941 short story by Jorge Louis Borges.
Dates: 1960's

Michael Murphy "Seance" screenplay

 Collection — Box BW 6, Folder: 1 [X031589270]
Identifier: MSS 16119
Scope and Contents Michael Murphy's original screenplay Seance (1966; 0.03 cubic feet) was written for a television episode. It was part of a series but this episode was never produced. Each show was a seance, given by four "distinquished guests," and the specter they attempt to "recall." This episode is about Ernest Hemingway. Throughout the episode the guests converse with Hemingway, asking him questions about his youth and his writing career. The episode ends with a hint at the following week's episode about...
Dates: 1966

Dennis Palumbo "The Grande Game" screenplay

 Collection — Box BW 40, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16649
Content Description Script for an unproduced film, "The Grande Game" about Edgar Allan Poe.
Dates: 1985-01-20

Denne Bart Petitclerc, "A Farewell to Arms" dialogue continuity and Ben Hecht screenplays

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: X032669136]
Identifier: MSS 16571
Scope and Contents This collection contains a dialogue and three screenplays of Denne Bart Petitclerc's film adaptation of Ernest Hemingway "A Farewell to Arms" starring Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones adapted by Ben Hecht from the Selznick Studio in Hollywood, California. The first screenplay is called Script 82,Quarto, mimeographed typescript printed on rectos bradbound in yellow production company wrappers, dated October 22, 1956, and begins with two ambulance drivers playing cards when the main character...
Dates: 1956 - 1958

Claude Rains annotated script

 Collection — Box BW 44, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16661
Content Description This collection contains Claude Rains' copy of the Jefferson Heritage with extensive annotations and emendations. This bound volume is contemporary buckram with two leaves and old cello tape repairs. In 1952, the National Association of Educational Broadcasters received funding from the Ford Foundation for The Jefferson Heritage, a 13 part series on Thomas Jefferson's influence on American life. Dr. Dumas Malone, professor of history at Columbia University, collaborated with Morton...
Dates: 1952

RKO copies of William Faulkner typescript of Gunga Din screenplay

 Collection — Box BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589243]
Identifier: MSS 16082
Scope and Contents The RKO copies of William Faulkner typescript of Gungha Din screenplay (1936, 0.03 cubic feet) contain: 1. "Notes for an original story by W. Faulkner. PUKKA SAHIB (Tentative Title). Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 10, 1936. 6 pp. 2. "Notes for an original story by W. Faulkner. Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 13, 1936. 10 pp. 3. "GUNGHA DIN (Sequence and Scenes) by William Faulkner. Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 16, 1936. 1...
Dates: 1936

Robert L. Joseph screenplay of "The Sun Also Rises"

Identifier: ViU-2019-0020