20 December 2002
RONALD COLMAN SCRIPTS FROM "LOST HORIZON" AND "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA"
Columbia, United Artists, 1937
Two of the actor's personal scripts from his films; the first one, from "Lost Horizon," has a yellow cover noting it was loaned to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a blue sub-cover printed with Final Draft/Mar. 23, 1936 and is one-hundred and seventy-five pages; the second script, from "Prisoner of Zenda" was specially bound and presented to Colman by David O. Selznick as was the producer's tradition. Its cover is maroon leather and cloth, embossed with the film's title and Ronald Colman on the lower right corner, an interior page has a black fountain pen inscription reading for Ronnie-/with happiness -- and/gratitude -- that it/all came out in the/end, apparently happily./David/Sept. '37. Additionally, five original print black and white stills from the film are interspersed throughout the one-hundred and fifty-four page script.
11 x 9 inches
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