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THE QUESTOR TAPES / Irving Elman 1973 TV Script, Gene Roddenberry from Star Trek
Title: The Questor Tapes Episode: "Rosemary" Script Dated: October 16, 1973 Written by: Irving Elman Description: This is an Original TV Script used during the making of the 1974 TV Series titled, "The Questor Tapes". The Title Page has the abbreviated Title "Questor". It is from the episode titled, "Rosemary". However, this TV Series only aired the Pilot Episode and none of the other episodes scheduled for production were ever made. This original script is for one of those Episodes that was never made, making this item extremely RARE. This is the Draft dated October 16, 1973 and it has all white pages throughout it inside. This script is complete and it is 64 pages long. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. The script is in very good overall condition. It shows the appropriate signs of aging for being used during the 1970's. More Information: The Questor Tapes is a 1974 American made-for-television sci-fi drama film about an android (portrayed by Robert Foxworth) with incomplete memory tapes who is searching for his creator and his purpose. Conceived by Gene Roddenberry, who is credited as executive consultant, the script is credited to Roddenberry and fellow Star Trek alumnus Gene L. Coon. The Questor Tapes was a pilot for a television series. In fact, a 13-episode go-ahead was given for the series before the television movie was aired, with both Foxworth and Farrell having signed to reprise their roles. Joining the actors behind the scenes were producers Michael Rhodes and Earl Booth and story editor Larry Alexander. The green-lighted series was slated for Fr … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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