The Godfather Original Movie Script 1971 2nd Draft Paramount Pictures Screenplay
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The Godfather Original Movie Script 1971 2nd Draft Paramount Pictures Screenplay:
Original Movie Script
2nd Draft: March 1, 1971 - Paramount Pictures - New York, NY
(173 pages)Screenplay by:
Francis Ford CoppolaStarring: Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, and James CaanCondition
This script is in decent condition considering its age. The black cover shows signs of damage, however, its intended use protected the pages inside which are in excellent shape with no rips or major creases, as seen in the pictures.Description
This script was salvaged from James Caan's home studio in West Hollywood, CA. It was after a fire that damaged his home studio where this script was found while workers sorted through the rubble. Inside on the first 5 pages, there are some notes and underlines that Mr. Caan had handwritten. As shown in the pictures, the writing includes some numbers on the inside cover, that read 48, 32, and 161 as well as the word "pans". Also, the phrase "Time Passed" is written on page 5. These notes pertain to his character in the movie, Sonny Corleone.On the front, bottom left of the black cover, the company who printed these for Paramount is listed as, studio duplicating service, Inc. 540 West 44th Street, NYC. Underneath the company address and name there is also some numbers representing either some type of serial number or printing number. (I.O. 3-1225)Lastly, this script is being sold as movie memorabilia, meaning no rights are given or implied, and the actors/actresses associated with this film do not have their real name listed in the script; only their character names.Shipping
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On May-01-13 at 05:50:59 PDT, seller added the following information:UPDATE 5/1 We should be hearing back from Paramount today to get further clarification in regards to where this script originated. So far, we have found out that the #48 corresponds to the actor who it was assigned to. Also, this script is actually one of the 1st drafts. This particular one was only used for less than 30 days prior to the issue of the 3rd draft which was used for shooting. Another script just like this one has been found at Bauman Rare Books. It sold for $40,000, however, that one was signed. More information about this particular script can be found in their description as well. This is a very rare find and we are pleased to be able to find it a new home! Good luck offerding!