[Sreenplay]: The Fixer

Beverly Hills, Ca. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967.

Price: $750.00

Softcover. Final Script. Dated July 6, 1967. Red bradbound wrappers. Title page credits writer Trumbo, director John Frankenheimer and producer Edward Lewis. 128 mechanically produced leaves printed rectos only with undated pink revision pages throughout. Slight smudge on front wrap, else about fine throughout. The novel was the winner of both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Dalton Trumbo scripted the John Frankenheimer film starring Alan Bates and Dirk Bogarde. An exceptional copy.

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[Sreenplay]: The Fixer. Dalton TRUMBO, Bernard Malamud.

Bernard Malamud
birth name: Bernard Malamud
born: 4/26/1914
died: 3/18/1986
nationality: USA

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American novelist and short-story writer who made parables out of Jewish immigrant life. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literaturemore

Collecting tips:

His 1952 novel The Natural is very eagerly sought after, by both literature and baseball collectors, it came in three different color bindings - red, blue, and gray, with dealers invariably asserting the priority of whatever color copy they happen to have in hand. All of our experience would tend to indicate that there is no obvious priority - frankly we'll note the color of the binding in our descriptions, but we pretty much value them equally. The English edition (1963) is interesting as it offers a glossary for baseball-challanged Britishers that is not in the American edition. The first edition of The Assistant needs to have reviews of The Natural on the rear panel. Fine copies are very uncommon. his 1958 collection The Magic Barrel and Other Stories comes in two issues with no established priority, but collectors seem to prefer the issue from the Jewish Publication Society over the issue from Farrar Straus and Cudahy.

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