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Do you have a link to the book you're referring to here?
Wondering if this was intended for Guy Hamilton to direct. I know Hamilton was approached by Uslan to helm BATMAN, but I thought it was much later than '79.
I'd like to read Maibaum's adaptation of the Donald E. Westlake novel The Fugitive Pigeon, which he did for Columbia Pictures in '65.
Certainly: The James Bond Archives.
Good question. And it's funny that Tom Mankiewicz later took a swing at Batman in the early 80s.
Might be in a treatment. I read an early draft of AVTAK where it's clear that Zorin was modeled after David Bowie, down to have two different eye colors.
Are anything of these on a digital format? Could it be read online? I'm from Spain!
Nope. You either visit the archives or have someone do it for you.
They could film Raymond Benson's Doubleshot (2000) if they ever wanted to go down that route.
And what is the plot? Can you share it, please?
I have a complete PDF photocopy of the Wilson/Ruggiero treatment for Bond 17. PM me your email and I'll send it.
I also would love to get my hands on the Will Davies and Osbourne script. If anyone wants to share, please let me know. This area of the Bond films is my speciality ;P
I'm interested by the Will Davies and Will Osbourne script too. If I find something, I'll let you know. I hope we have a pdf copy someday.
A strange « Vanbrugh » scene from http://www.thepropgallery.com/the-world-is-not-enough-production-used-script
Well if somebody have a PDF copy, I'm would be ready to trade it against one other script have (I have also True Lies 2 script btw).
Yes, it says "Transcript" on it at the start, so that is what it presumably is, as opposed to a dated film script.
It said OHMSS for the U.K. release (September 1964) and Thunderball for the U.S. release (December '64). Eon and McClory cut their deal inbetween.
I don't think anyone does, asking again won't yield further results. Nobody here has it and it's not available through Google searches.
@Creasy47 your right unless I pull a Goldfinger heist ;) =P~ $-)
The first page here is from the night ski chase scene, the second is Bond and Tracy in the barn. Notice how detailed these scripts are. What reel, what shot, exactly how long the shot is, what camera angle/movement (example MCU = medium close up), all sound heard during the shot...insanely detailed.