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    Paul Vogel Assorted Collection of Scripts and Shooting Schedules (circa early 1960s). A collection of MGM/Four Leaf scripts associated with cinematographer Paul Vogel (1899-1975). Includes: 1) Shooting schedule for The Gun Hawk's first day of shooting on Wednesday, February 20, 1963. Dated February 12, 1963. 20 pages. Printed on pink paper, with three hole punches on each page, but stapled together. Has pencil and pen marks on various pages. In Good condition with overall fading, and a couple of small brown stains on the final page; 2) Shooting schedule for Signpost to Murder. Dated "10-23-63." Printed on white paper, 15 pages long, with three punch holes on each page, but stapled together. Fading and toning along the edges of first page. Pencil marks on almost every page; 3) A script and shooting schedule for The Rounders. The script has a yellow front and back cover, held together by two large brads. Credited to writer Burt Kennedy. Dated March 25, 1964. 112 pages long. In Good condition with wear and fading on the edges of most of the pages. The shooting schedule is dated "4-22-64." 13 pages. Printed on white paper, with three hole punches, but stapled together. In Good condition with fold marks along the right edge of the front page. Various pages have handwritten notes in pencil; 4) A final draft copy of Village of the Giants, dated April 13, 1965. Credited to Alan Caillou, based on an original story written by Bert I. Gordon. Bound by three large brads. Script is 135 pages long, but has a four-page shooting schedule, dated April 20, 1965, attached after it. In Good condition with fold spot on the bottom right portion of the title page; 5) A shooting schedule and script When The Boys Meet the Girls, bound together by two large brads. Shooting schedule printed on white paper; dated "7-13-65" and listed as "Girl Crazy"; 16 pages. Script is in yellow front cover and back cover. Credited to Robert E. Kent, and dated July 7, 1965. Front cover has "Camera" written in pencil on the top portion. Back cover has hand drawn pencil marking. Script is 96 pages; 6) Script for There's No Place Like Space. Credited to James B. Gordon and dated August 30, 1965. Bound by two large brads, with yellow front cover and back cover. Front cover has "Camera" written on the top right portion. 112 pages. In Very Good condition with fading overall; 7) Script for The Rounders. Listed as "A Horse On Jim Ed Love / A New Half-Hour Comedy Series." Final draft. Written by Marion Hargrove. Dated October 11, 1965. Held together by two brads. Contains a call sheet, as well as a four-page shooting schedule. Script is 37 pages long. In Good condition with fading and toning on the cover page; 8) Script for Riot on Sunset Strip. Credited to Orville H. Hampton. Dated December 2, 1966. Yellow front cover and back cover held together by two brads. Front cover has a blotch above the title and "Camera" written in pencil on the top right portion. Contains 13-page shooting schedule, dated "12-5-66," and one-page note to all departments about locations in the script. Script is 120 pages long. Four-page staff with handwritten ink notes on the back cover bound at the end. In Good condition with overall fading; 9) Script for The Money Trap. Front cover has detached from the two connecting brads. Has "Paul Vogel" handwritten in ink on the upper right portion. Credited to Walter Bernstein. Dated October 27, 1964. Stamped "Oct 29 11 52 AM '64" as well. 127 pages. Also contains 15-page shooting schedule (dated 11-20-64) stapled together, along with two-page cast list (dated 11-25-64) stapled together and four-page staff list (dated 11-25-64) stapled together. In Good condition with overall fading; 10) Manuscript for a collection of poems called Infinity Infinity. Credited to Stutz Bearcat. Comes with light brown front cover and back cover, held together by three large brads. [4], 114, [1] pages. In Very Good condition with minimal fading; 11) Manuscript for a collection of poems called Infinity Infinity. Credited to Stutz Bearcat. Comes with dark orange front cover and back cover, held together by three large brads. [4], 114, [1] pages. In Very Good condition with minimal fading. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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