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China Beach. All about E.E.V. : [script]

Author: Lydia Woodward; Peter Medak; John Wells; Nancy Giles; Warner Bros. Television.; et al
Publisher: 1988.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript : Drama   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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During this episode, Frankie gets a chance to appear in the limelight when a crazy white solder, under the delusion that he's Chuck Berry, asks her to sing with him at a show.
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Genre/Form: Television scripts
Drama
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lydia Woodward; Peter Medak; John Wells; Nancy Giles; Warner Bros. Television.; et al
OCLC Number: 237337405
Notes: "Revised final draft, November 20, 1988."
"This script was prepared by Warner Bros. Inc. script processing department"--P. [58].
Script is on blue paper, and Major Driscoll's lines are highlighted in yellow.
Episode from the award winning television program about the nurses, entertainers and volunteers who served alongside American troops in Vietnam at the China Beach recreational facility near the U.S. base at Da Nang. The theme for the series was "Reflections", a hit from 1968 by Diana Ross and the Supremes.
Nancy Giles played Pvt. Frankie Bunsen in the television series.
All About E. E. V. is episode 6 from season 2; original air date is January 11, 1989.
Part of a collection of original studio-generated scripts for films and television episodes with African American casts or with important African American actors featured.
Description: 57 leaves ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: All about E.E.V.
China Beach (Television program)
Responsibility: written by Lydia Woodward; directed by Peter Medak ... [et al.] ; producer, John Wells.

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During this episode, Frankie gets a chance to appear in the limelight when a crazy white solder, under the delusion that he's Chuck Berry, asks her to sing with him at a show.

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