VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS (Apr 13, 1965) Final Draft screenplay by Alan Caillou, signed by Johnny Crawford


Based on an Original Story by Bert I. Gordon [Hollywood]: Embassy Pictures, April 13, 1965. Vintage original film script, 11 x 8 1/2″ (28 x 22 cm.), self-wrappers, bound into plain stiff wrappers, with typed label affixed to front wrapper. Signed on title page by Johnny Crawford, who played the role of Horsey. Some pages (mostly of Crawford’s scenes) have light vertical folds, circlings, and some lines are crossed out. Mimeograph, there are revisions dated 4-19-65 on blue paper, and one page dated 5-2-65 of a further revision on yellow onionskin paper. Two pages of shooting schedule and four pages, folio, of production requirements are bound in at end. Generally, near fine.

Schlockmeister Bert Gordon’s campy cult film.

1965 American teensploitation comedy science fiction film produced, directed and written by Bert I. Gordon. Based loosely on H. G. Wells’ 1904 book The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth, it has elements of the beach party film genre. The story concerns a gang of rebellious youngsters who gain access to a chemical substance called Goo, which causes living things to grow to gigantic proportions. The cast is composed almost entirely of teenaged actors and young adults portraying teenagers.” (Wikipedia)

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