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Author: Tennessee Williams
Edition/Format:   Archival material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Mimeographed shooting script of an unproduced film.
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Genre/Form: Shooting scripts
Named Person: Tennessee Williams; Maureen Stapleton
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Tennessee Williams
OCLC Number: 122580813
Notes: Title from title page.
Description: 1 v. (96 leaves); 28cm.

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Mimeographed shooting script of an unproduced film.

This script is an expaned version of the teleplay A SECOND EPIPHANY FOR MY FRIEND MAUREEN, written for Maureen Stapleton. More than twenty-two characters include: Olaf, Janet, Two Orderlies, Sister Grace, Alicia Trout, Sister Grim, Sugar, Students, Stuart, Voice (Television Announcer) Madge, Gloria, Tniy, Father O'Donnell, Dr. Cash, Emily, George, Several Patients, Voice (Sports Announcer), Nurse, Elderly Priest.

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