Aldous Huxley (source) BRAVE NEW WORLD PART I [with:] PART II … BASED ON THE NOVEL BY

$500.00

[Hollywood]: Universal Studios, 1978.  Vintage original film script.  Two volumes, brad bound, printed wrappers, quarto,.[1],118;[1],119-234.
Revised drafts of scripts for what was originally conceived as a two part mini-series, but
aired on television in the US in March of 1980 as an abridged single 3 hour
film. The BBC, however,  broadcast the uncut version in March of 1981.
Doran William Cannon contributed to the final version of the production
script. The present draft, which is credited to Thompson alone, includes
revisions dated from 7 April through 6 June 1978.
This was the very first screen adaptation of Huxley’s dystopian novel, which to date remains his most celebrated work.  It is a difficult book to bring to the screen, and there have been three subsequent versions, of which the most recent one is in pre-production at this time.

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