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Image for ORIGINAL DRAFTS offering insight into the development of the SCREENPLAY for ANTONIONI'S proposed film "JUST TO BE TOGETHER" written by MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI and RUDY WURLITZER. Together with related documents and material.

ORIGINAL DRAFTS offering insight into the development of the SCREENPLAY for ANTONIONI'S proposed film "JUST TO BE TOGETHER" written by MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI and RUDY WURLITZER. Together with related documents and material.

By: Antonioni, Michelangelo; and Wurlitzer, Rudy.

Price: $10,000.00

Publisher: Paris & Los Angeles, CA: Sunshine & Enchanted Mountains, 1986 through 1997. [1997].: [1997].

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 36429


- 10 original drafts and treatments of the screenplay by Michelangelo Antonioni & Rudy Wurlitzer demonstrating the cinematic development of Antonioni's 1974 short story "Two Telegrams". The project was promoted by the French producer & director Stephane Tchalgadjieff. Antonioni had originally sought to produce the film with Garance Film in 1986, the rights being subsequently transferred to Tchalgadjieff's Sunshine Films.The story of Louise, an architect, who divides her affections between her husband Robert and her lover "H" was originally titled "Two Telegrams" and ... View more info

Image for "LITTLE BUDDHA": 4 ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPTS for Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci's "LITTLE BUDDHA", with a screenplay by RUDY WURLITZER from a story by BERTOLUCCI. Each different, with one HEAVILY ANNOTATED IN FELT by the screenwriter RUDY WURLITZER. [Together with]: Related ephemera, including letters from Rudy to Bernardo Bertolucci.

"LITTLE BUDDHA": 4 ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPTS for Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci's "LITTLE BUDDHA", with a screenplay by RUDY WURLITZER from a story by BERTOLUCCI. Each different, with one HEAVILY ANNOTATED IN FELT by the screenwriter RUDY WURLITZER. [Together with]: Related ephemera, including letters from Rudy to Bernardo Bertolucci.

By: Bertolucci, Bernardo; Wurlitzer, Rudy; and Peploe, Mark.

Price: $8,500.00

Publisher: Los Angeles & New York: [Favored Artists Agency, CiBy 2000 & Serprocor Anstalt] [1993].: [1993].

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 94604


- Four typescripts of the screenplay for "Little Buddha" by Rudy Wurlitzer, all are typed on 11 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide sheets and are differently bound, including one consisting of loose pages laid into a stiff color illustrated publicity folder. All of the typescripts appear to be different drafts of the screenplay written as Wurlitzer and Bertolucci's conception of the film developed. Indeed, the first line of each typescript differs one from the other. Only one typescript is dated, that one being identified as a continuity script is likely the closest to the final filmed versi... View more info

Image for RUDY WURLITZER MANUSCRIPTS: ZEBULON / DROP EDGE OF YONDER: ORIGINAL TYPED MANUSCRIPT DRAFTS for RUDY WURLITZER'S cult classic novel THE DROP EDGE OF YONDER together with ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPTS for his original screenplay titled ZEBULON, a movie project which he sought to market. The film project never came to fruition and Wurlitzer reworked his script into the novel "The Drop Edge of Yonder".

RUDY WURLITZER MANUSCRIPTS: ZEBULON / DROP EDGE OF YONDER: ORIGINAL TYPED MANUSCRIPT DRAFTS for RUDY WURLITZER'S cult classic novel THE DROP EDGE OF YONDER together with ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPTS for his original screenplay titled ZEBULON, a movie project which he sought to market. The film project never came to fruition and Wurlitzer reworked his script into the novel "The Drop Edge of Yonder".

By: Wurlitzer, Rudy.

Price: $20,000.00

Publisher: 1970's through circa 2006.:

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 36371

Condition: Very good


1970's through circa 2006. . Very good. DEVELOPMENT OF A RUDY WURLITZER MASTERPIECE FROM "ZEBULON" TO "THE DROP EDGE OF YONDER" INCLUDING A DETOUR TO "DEAD MAN" - An archive of source material which follows the development of Rudy Wurlitzer's novel "The Drop Edge of Yonder" from its original conception as a Western movie. The film script was initially titled "Dead or Alive" and subsequently "Zebulon" by Wurlitzer. For a few brief weeks when he sought to collaborate with the indie film maker Jim Jarmusch on the project, it was titled "Ghost Dog". As much of the material is undated, it is diff... View more info