WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BY .

Cockrell, Marian [screenwriter]:

Published by [Culver City]: Vanguard Pictures, 13 March and 17 April 1947.
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Two volumes. [2],150; [2],131 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in typescript wrappers, with studio checkout leaf. Script number stamped on upper wrappers, a bit of use at brads else near fine. Both a "second draft" script and a "final shooting" script for this unproduced film. Cockrell had gotten her footing as a screenwriter with the 1944 André de Toth noir thriller, DARK WATERS, based on a story she co-wrote with her husband, Frank Cockrell, and for its novelization. That this project got as far as a final shooting script is evidence of Selznick's confidence in its merit. Unfortunately, Marian Cockrell wrote no other films that reached production, but was active as a television writer (Perry Mason, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Batman, Suspicion) for another quarter century. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: [Culver City]: Vanguard Pictures, 13 March and 17 April 1947.

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Cockrell, Marian (screenwriter)
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Book Description Vanguard Films, Los Angeles, 1947. First Draft script for an unproduced film. Screenwriter Cockrell is best known for the seminal film noir, "Dark Waters" (1944), directed by Andre De Toth, and went on to write for television between 1956-1966, including original stories for "Perry Mason," "Johnny Staccato," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," and "Batman."Peach titled wrappers, noted as First Draft script on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy number present, dated March 13, 1947, with credit for screenwriter Cockrell. Distribution page present, integral with title page, with receipt intact, number stamp, date, and screenwriter credit again present. 152 leaves, mimeograph, and last page number is 150. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, internally bound with three rusted gold brads. Seller Inventory # 143476

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Book Description Vanguard Films, Los Angeles, 1947. Final Shooting script for an unproduced film. Screenwriter Cockrell is best known for the seminal film noir, "Dark Waters" (1944), directed by Andre De Toth, and went on to write for television between 1956-1966, including original stories for "Perry Mason," "Johnny Staccato," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," and "Batman."Goldenrod titled wrappers, noted as First Draft script on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy number present, dated April 17, 1947, with credit for screenwriter Cockrell. Distribution page present, integral with title page, with receipt intact, number stamp, date, and screenwriter credit again present. 152 leaves, mimeograph, and last page number is 150. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, internally bound with three rusted gold brads. Seller Inventory # 143498

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Book Description Vanguard Pictures, [Culver City], 1947. Two volumes. [2],150; [2],131 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in typescript wrappers, with studio checkout leaf. Script number stamped on upper wrappers, a bit of use at brads else near fine. Both a "second draft" script and a "final shooting" script for this unproduced film. Cockrell had gotten her footing as a screenwriter with the 1944 André de Toth noir thriller, DARK WATERS, based on a story she co-wrote with her husband, Frank Cockrell, and for its novelization. That this project got as far as a final shooting script is evidence of Selznick's confidence in its merit. Unfortunately, Marian Cockrell wrote no other films that reached production, but was active as a television writer (Perry Mason, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Batman, Suspicion) for another quarter century. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT67428

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