FREDERIC MICHAEL RAPHAEL - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 201601
FREDERIC RAPHAEL Photograph of a promotion for the Oscar-winning screenwriter's semi-autobiographical series, The Glittering Prizes. Photograph signed: "with best wishes/Frederic Raphael". B/w, 10x8. Promotional photograph.
Sale Price $81.00
Photograph of a promotion for the Oscar-winning screenwriter's semi-autobiographical series, The Glittering Prizes.
Photograph signed: "with best wishes/Frederic Raphael". B/w, 10x8. Promotional photograph. Captioned at lower margin: "The Glittering Prizes/Oscar-winning Frederic Raphael's semi-autobiographical series, The Glittering Prizes, follows the lives of Adam Morris and his generation from their school days at Cambridge University in the early 1950's through middle age in 1976. Watch screenwriter Frederic ('Darling,' 'Two for the Road') Raphael's The Glittering Prizes [blank] at [blank] on Channel [blank]." The Glittering Prizes, a BBC TV miniseries, was based on Raphael's 1976 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name. The television adaptation, which was aired in 1976, won a Royal Television Society of the Year Award for the author, who has written more than 20 novels. American-born screenwriter, novelist and journalist Frederic Michael Raphael (born in 1931) won the Academy Award for his screenplay for the 1965 film, Darling, and he was nominated for his screenplay for the 1968 film, Two for the Road. Raphael is also known for his adaptation of Thomas Hardy's play, Far From the Madding Crowd, which was made into a feature film in 1967. In addition to his screenwriting credits and novels, Raphael has written several history books, biographies and collections of essays, and his articles and book reviews have appeared in a number of magazines and newspapers. In 1999, Raphael published Eyes Wide Open, the story of his collaboration with legendary director Stanley Kubrick on the screenplay of Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut. Lightly creased near writing, heavily creased at upper background, which has light black mark at upper right. Overall, fine condition.
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