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    Richard Matheson's The Twilight Zone original hand-annotated typed short story, script and materials archive for Steel. (CBS TV, 1959-1964) Vintage original archive of (3) hand annotated scripts and materials for Season 5: Episode 2, Steel. The archive includes (1) set of original short story materials including 1-contract with The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction for the sale of the story in 1956 and 1-print copy of the story, (1) original typed 34-page script with hand annotations, and (1) original 30-page carbon copy of the short story with hand annotations. The episode stars Lee Marvin and tells of a future when boxing is outlawed and robots are enlisted to fight. Matheson's short story inspired the 2011 feature film Real Steel. Exhibiting minor age, even toning and handling. In vintage fine condition. Sold without copyright. From the estate of Richard Matheson.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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