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Westworld (Original screenplay for the 1973 film) - Crichton, Michael (director, - 1973. 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA 1973 - Draft script for the 1973 film. Working script belonging to character actor Walter Edmiston, who appears briefly in the film as a guest being dragged down into a castle dungeon. Edmiston's name and the a notation regarding his scene in the film ("Guest / Sc[ene] 258" are notated in blue holograph ink on the front wrapper. Also included is a two-sided photographic prospectus for Edmiston, showing him in various character guises.A science fiction thriller that is also a satire of the theme parks that were becoming the rage in America during the 1970s. The first of several films directed by novelist Michael Crichton, this one written for the screen by him as well. Filmed in several locations, including the Mojave Desert, the gardens of the Harold Lloyd Estate, and several sound stages at MGM.From the estate of Walter Edmiston.Goldenrod titled wrappers, dated February 27, 1973, with credits for writer/director Crichton and producer Lazarus III. 100 leaves, mechanically reproduced, with blue and lavendar revision pages throughout, dated either 3-1-73 and 3-5-73. Pages Near Fine, wrapper about Near Fine bound with two gold brads. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
[Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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