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    "Dead Reckoning" working title for The Deep Orson Welles' personal 1967 Xerox copy script. (Unreleased, 1970) Vintage 148-page Xerox copy script for the unreleased film "Dead Reckoning" (working title for The Deep) by Orson Welles, measuring 8.5 x 14 in., bound and bradded in a brown 8.75 x 11.25 in. folder. The Deep - written by, directed by and starring Welles with a cast that included French art house legend Jeanne Moreau, Laurence Harvey, Oja Kadar, and Michael Bryant - was never completed. Shooting stopped when the production ran out of money, and Laurence Harvey died before filming could resume. The only surviving copy is an uncompleted work print housed in the Munich Filmmuseum. Cover exhibits minor creasing, interior pages show toning, edge wear, and creasing. In vintage very good condition.

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    September, 2015
    29th Tuesday
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