Unpublished Screenplays

Around the World in Eighty Days. Adapted from the novel by Jules Verne. Dated August 30th, 1955. 147 pages. xPN 1997 A768 1955.

The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky. Screenplay by James Agee from the story by Stephen Crane. 45 pages. xfPN 1997 B737A5 1952.

Doctor Zhivago. Shooting script for the screenplay by Robert Bolt based on the novel by Boris Pasternak. Dated September 1964. 284 pages. xPN 1997 D556B6 1964.

East of Eden (Warner Bros., 1955). Screenplay by Paul Osborn from the John Steinbeck novel. Final, dated May 17, 1954. 117 pages. xfPS 3537 T3234E32.

The Friendly Persuasion – William Wyler’s Production of “The Friendly Persuasion“: Screenplays by Jessamyn West and Robert Wyler from the novel by Jessamyn West. Two final scripts dated 18 August 1955. 163 pages. One copy is missing pages 122-163. xfPN 1997 F754W4 1955 and xfPN 1997 F754W4 1955a.

Giant(Warner Bros., 1965): Screenplay by Fred Guiol and Evan Moffat, from Edna Ferber’s novel. Final, dated April 4., 1955. 178 pages. xfPS 3511 E46G52.

The Keys of the Kingdom. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson from the novel by A.J. Cronin. Dated July 16, 1943. 186 pages. xfPN 1997 K38J6 1943.

Kitty Foyle (RKO, 1940): Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo. Final, dated October 8, 1940. 161 pages. xfPS 3539 R862K5.

The Lilies of the Field. Screenplay by James Poe based on the novel by William E. Barrett. Dated 23 Oct.ober 1962. 109 pages. xPN 1997 L4777 1962.

Marty(United Artists, 1955)/ Screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky. Final, dated October 15, 1954, “Property of Burt Lancaster and Harold Hecht.” 136 pages. xfPS 3505 H632M32.

Oklahoma! (Magna, 1955). Screenplay adapted from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical comedy by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. Final, dated June 1, 1954. 115 pages. xfPS 3523 E796038.

Rear Window (Paramount, 1954): Screenplay by John Michael Hayes, from a short story by William Irish. Final, dated December 1, 1953. 164 pages. xfPS 3515 A94lR4.

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Release dialogue script by Paul Dehn and Guy Trosper based on the novel by John le Carre. Dated December 31, 1965. 99 pages. xPN 1997 S6489D4 1965

Sweet Smell of Success (United Artists, 1957): Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Dated September 10, 1956. “Property of Harold Hecht and Burt Lancaster.” 159 pages. xfPS 3523 E5745S82.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Screenplay by Helen Deutsch based on the musical play “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson, book by Richard Morris. Dated July 9, 1962. 126 pages. xPN 1997 U475 1962.