By Jo Eisinger
London   Zoya Film Productions Ltd.
11" by 8.5" 133pp.
A vanishingly scarce first draft of the screenplay of Jo Eisinger's biographical film surrounding Oscar Wilde, starring Robert Morley.
By Jo Eisinger

1960 A First Draft Screenplay of Jo Eisinger's 'Oscar Wilde'

London   Zoya Film Productions Ltd.
11" by 8.5" 133pp.
A vanishingly scarce first draft of the screenplay of Jo Eisinger's biographical film surrounding Oscar Wilde, starring Robert Morley.
£350.00
: 1kgs / : 912Q21

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Description

First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce

Bound in the publisher's original paper wraps.

A manuscript containing the first draft screenplay of 'Oscar Wilde', a film produced by William Kirby from a screenplay written by Jo Eisinger. The film was released in 1960, starring Robert Morley, Ralph Richardson and Phyllis Calvert.

Property of Zoya Film Productions, Belgravia, London.

This biographical film surrounds the life of Oscar Wilde, with particular focus on Wilde's libel suit against the Marquess of Queensberry, and the following accusations of Wilde's homosexuality.

Written by prominent British film and television writer, Jo Eisinger, whose career spanned more than forty years. Eisinger is best known for his psychologically complex thrillers, 'Gilda' (1946) and 'Night and the City' (1950).

Condition

Bound in the publisher's original paper wraps. Externally, smart, with light edge wear and the odd mark. One or two small tears, with a crease and tear to the head of the rear joint. Pencil mark to front cover. Internally, firmly bound. Pages very bright and clean with a pencil mark to the title page.

Very Good Indeed

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