DescriptionAn Oliver Stone Group of Signed Scripts, 1970s-1980s.
Three total including: 1) "Born on the Fourth of July," Universal, 1989, maroon covers, screenplay by Oliver Stone, dated "November 1977," marked "First Draft," 147 pages, with numerous colored script change pages throughout, signed by Stone in blue felt-tip ink on the title page; from the film starring Tom Cruise that won Stone an Academy Award for 'Best Director;' 2) "Born on the Fourth of July," Universal, 1989, purple covers, screenplay by Oliver Stone, dated "June 1978," marked "2nd Draft," 158 pages, with numerous colored script change pages throughout, signed by Stone in blue felt-tip ink on the title page; and 3) "The Doors," TriStar, 1991, blue covers, screenplay by Oliver Stone, dated "November 1989," marked "First Draft," 140 pages, signed by Stone in black felt-tip ink on the title page; from the film where the real life people were better-looking than the actors portraying them! (Please note "The Doors" is a poorly photocopied script.)
11" x 9"
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