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STEVEN SPIELBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 01/08/1997 - HFSID 226720

STEVEN SPIELBERG and HARRISON FORD Steven Spielberg sends a typed letter to Harrison Ford about "The Age of Aquarius" who writes his response on it. Typed Letter Signed: "Steven", 1p, 7x10¼. Universal City, California, 1997 January 8. To actor Harrison Ford.

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STEVEN SPIELBERG and HARRISON FORD
Steven Spielberg sends a typed letter to Harrison Ford about "The Age of Aquarius" who writes his response on it.
Typed Letter Signed: "Steven", 1p, 7x10¼. Universal City, California, 1997 January 8. To actor Harrison Ford. In full: "I don't mean to bug you, but I am bugging you about 'The Age of Aquarius' by Phil Robinson. Just wondering if you had the chance to read it over the holidays, if you found it interesting, or if just want to send me back your four favorite letters...p-a-s-s. Let me know. All my best." Ford has penned at the blank area beneath the text: "Steve (for weekend)-". Heavily creased as it probably had been crumpled and thrown away. Coffee stained at blank right margin. With original envelope addressed to Ford in Brentwood from DreamWorks from "SS" sent "Via Messenger". On December 15, 1997, John Horn, Associated Press Entertainment Writer, reported that "Harrison Ford's movie project, 'The Age of Aquarius,' looks like it might be dead. Universal Pictures lost interest in the story of an arms dealer after writer-director Phil Robinson's ('Field of Dreams') budget approached $100 million." The premise of the movie is that Yugoslavia has exploded into civil war and anarchy. Amidst the horror of the war, an unlikely love affair arises between a relief worker (who also smuggles weapons into the country) and a Bosnian nurse. But when it's time for the man to leave the war, will the woman choose to remain behind? Universal Studios/DreamWorks was the studio involved and it was reported that John Williams was approached to compose the score. Two items.

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