META ROSENBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/28/1978 - HFSID 205071
META ROSENBERG Signed letter from 1978 about changes to a Maverick script Typed letter signed "Meta" in blue ink. 1 page, 8½x11, on Cherokee Produtcions letterhead, of which Rosenberg was executive producer. July 28, 1978. Addressed to Bob Foster.
Sale Price $108.00
Signed letter from 1978 about changes to a Maverick script
Typed letter signed "Meta" in blue ink. 1 page, 8½x11, on Cherokee Produtcions letterhead, of which Rosenberg was executive producer. July 28, 1978. Addressed to Bob Foster. Regarding "Maverick 'The Great Beef Bonanza'/by Andy White". In full: "Again, as in Elliott's script, I think the story is fine. My problems are with the people. I really think Elizabeth is too arch and the love story doesn't work for that reason. I very much like the fact that she is an independent and feisty young lady but both she and her father have a kind of stilted quality which I'm sure you can fix. It's a strong and funny story and it should work better; I'm sure it can. The fact that it is 20 pages too long I'm sure only adds to the difficulty and cutting alone will be a big improvement." Rosenberg (1915-2004) was an Emmy-award winning director and executive producer. She's probably best known for being actor James Garner's agent, as well as other actors and authors, including Robert Redford and Berthold Brecht. She was director and executive producer on a number of Garner's TV shows, including The Rockford Files, for which she shared an Emmy, The New Maverick and Nichols. She was also an executive at Paramount, where she convinced director Billy Wilder to hire her friend, detective story author Raymond Chandler, to write the screenplay for the Oscar-nominated Double Indemnity (1945). Ben Casey and Hogan's Heroes fans have Rosenberg to thank for helping to sell their favorite series. Lightly toned and creased. Otherwise, in fine condition.
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