Wrong Box, The

Shooting Script

Stock #68308

”Oh, I only knew mine vaguely. My father was a missionary. He was eaten by his Bible class.

A shooting script from Bryan Forbes’ 1966 crime comedy The Wrong Box.

Set in Victorian England, a group of people try to keep two elderly brothers alive, with the one who can stay alive the longest standing to inherit a large fortune.

This shooting script is 121 pages, including the title page, and was written by Larry Gelbart and Burt Shevelove. It is dated ‘August 1, 1965’ and has been bound in a hard black cover. The film title is embossed in gold lettering on the spine. The script has some handwritten annotations in pen, including some numbering next to certain lines and lines that have been crossed through.

The script has very little wear from age and production use, and remains in an excellent condition.

Materials: Paper, Card.

Item size - 11.22" x 8.66" x 0.79" (28.5cm x 22cm x 2cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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