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"Davis calls all children "little bastards"."
A production-used script from Otto Preminger's 1979 thriller The Human Factor.
Colonel John Daintry (Richard Attenborough) is brought in to investigate an information leak at the African Section of British Intelligence.
This heavily marked and annotated script previously belonged to camera operator Bob Smith. His name is handwritten on the cover and a Panavision lens reference chart has been stapled on the inside cover. The script features a considerable amount of notes and most of the pages have been folded over and parts of the dialogue have been crossed through.
The script is 147 pages long and is held together with a metal fastener. It has a card cover which features the film's title and promotional artwork of a dangling phone. There is wear from production use and age, including some creasing and minor tears, but overall the piece remains in a very good, production-used condition.
Materials: Paper, Card, Ferrous Metals.
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Item size - 11.02" x 0.79" x 1.18" (28cm x 22cm x 3cm)
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.