DescriptionAn Annotated Script from "The Green Berets." Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. Green covers, screen play by James Lee Barrett, dated "April 19, 1967," marked "New Script," 142 pages, numerous annotations by Wayne in blue ballpoint ink throughout, mainly slight revisions to dialogue or 'notes to self' such as: page 30 "Ok I'm always looking / at them but that wasn't / what is taking up my / thinking;" page 31 "As attractive / as possible / gay colored dresses / vital feeling / of an important / duty;" page 41 "I found that / out 10,000 miles / ago at 3:30 / in the morning / Collier / Must be / something / personal? / Peter / yeah;" page 71 "reaction;" plus a few other similar notes. (Please note front cover is somewhat stained.)
11 1/2" x 9"
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In this behind-the-scenes documentary, Ethan and Patrick Wayne share their memories of growing up with a Hollywood legend, and reveal why the time is right for the auction of the personal property of their movie-star father. Includes an exclusive look at the one-of-a-kind items from Wayne's extraordinary life. A must-have collector's DVD for all Wayne fans. DVD sales benefit the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Order your copy of this remarkable DVD for just $19.95 today.
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