DAVID COPPERFIELD MOVIE CAST - COLLECTION - HFSID 350444
Sale Price $8,075.00
DAVID COPPERFIELD MOVIE CAST: DAVID O. SELZNICK, GEORGE CUKOR, LIONEL BARRYMORE, W.C. FIELDS, BASIL RATHBONE, MAUREEN O'HARA and many others
The Chief Projectionist's personal copy of the complete original movie script, signed by 32 other members of the cast and crew, presented in a custom 34½ x 37¼ display box.
Original Movie Script signed. Typed on the cover at the upper left corner: "FOR USE OF CHIEF PROJECTIONIST", signed: "George Cukor" (Director), "David O. Selznick" (Producer), "W.C. Fields" (Micawber), "Lionel Barrymore" (Dan Peggotty), "Freddie Bartholomew" (Copperfield as a boy), "Frank Lawton" (Copperfield as a man), "Basil Rathbone" (Mr. Murdstone), "Maureen O'Sullivan" (Dora), "Edna May Oliver" (Aunt Betsey), "Roland Young" (Uriah Heep), "Fay Chaldecott/Little Emily" (Little Emily as a child), "Madge Evans" (Agnes), "Elizabeth Allen/(Mrs. Copperfield)", "Marilyn Knowlden/(Little Agnes)" (Agnes as a child), "Harry Beresford/Dr. Chillip", "Una O'Connor" (Mrs. Gummidge), "John Buckler/Ham", "Lennox Pawle" (Mr. Dick), "Jessie Ralph/Peggotty" (Nurse Peggotty), "Lewis J. Stone" (Mr. Wickfield), "Hugh Williams" (J. Steerforth), "Violet Kemble-Cooper" (Mrs. Jane Murdstone), "Hugh Walpole" (Vicar, Screenwriter), "Howard Estabrook" (Screenwriter), "Oliver T. Marsh/Camera" (Cinematographer), "Merrill Pye" (Associate), "Edwin B. Willis" (Associate), "Cedric Gibbons" (Art Director), "Hugh Walpole" (Adaptation), "Ivan Simpson" (Littimer), "Florine McKinney" (Little Em'ly, the women), "Violet Kemble-Cooper" (Jane Murdstone) and "Douglas Shearer" (Recording Director). Check marks in unknown hand next to names on cast and crew page indicate signatures on script cover. Also present are signatures of those responsible for make-up, props and lights. 8½ x 10 ¾ .
David Copperfield was MGM's major Christmas release for its 1934-1935 season. Based on the Charles Dickens novel, it received three Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. The signed cover has separated from the script. It is soiled, worn and creased. Remnants of loose-leaf reinforcers at left edge. Tears around fastener holes. Title page mounted to a gold frame. The balance of the script is bound by its original fasteners. The first page listing the cast and credits. Script pages toned and creased. Overall, in fine condition.
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