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Science fiction film scripts, 1948-1977.

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Papers, 1929-1987. Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, Pa
Database:WorldCat
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A collection of science fiction film shooting scripts written by a number of different script writers including Peter Bryan, Michael Crichton, John C. Cooper, David Zelag Goodman, William Harrison, Roger O. Hiron, Rowland Leigh, Robert Lax, Robert Jaffee, Paul Jurist, Jack Pollack, Edmund Morris, and Philip Yordan. The scripts were produced by the following film companies: American International Pictures, Allied  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Screenplays
Named Person: Peter Bryan; Michael Crichton; John C Cooper; David Zelag Goodman; William Harrison; Roger O Hiron; Rowland Leigh; Robert Lax; Robert Jaffee; Paul Jurist; Jack Pollack; Edmund Morris; Philip Yordan
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 86166262
In: Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection
Description: 0.4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Other Titles: Day of the triffids (Motion picture).
Demon seed.
Logan's run.
Project X.
Projected man.
Rollerball.
Siren of Atlantis.
Voyage to the end of the universe.
Westworld.

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A collection of science fiction film shooting scripts written by a number of different script writers including Peter Bryan, Michael Crichton, John C. Cooper, David Zelag Goodman, William Harrison, Roger O. Hiron, Rowland Leigh, Robert Lax, Robert Jaffee, Paul Jurist, Jack Pollack, Edmund Morris, and Philip Yordan. The scripts were produced by the following film companies: American International Pictures, Allied Artists International, Atlantic Productions, Inc., Compton Films, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures Corporation, and United Artists Corporation. Most of the scripts are combined continuity and release dialogue scripts, providing complete dialogue as well as detailed camera angles.

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