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Notting Hill

Notting Hill
by Richard Curtis, Clive Coot ( Photographer ), Trevor Flynn ( Illustrator ),

Book contains the screenplay, exclusive material about the making of the film, and still photos from the film as well as line drawings. This book is the tie-in to the new film "Notting Hill", which is set to open in June, starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, by the screenwriter of "Four Weddings and a Funeral".
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Which Lie Did I Tell:  More Adventures in the Screen Trade
Which Lie Did I Tell : More Adventures in the Screen Trade
by William Goldman

William Goldman's Adventures in the Screen Trade was a classic for moviephiles, revealing all the secrets behind the business of the big screen. Now, screenwriter extraordinaire Goldman returns to give us the latest lowdown on Hollywood moviemaking. He dishes the dirt, adventure by adventure, from his most recent films -- the successes and the failures -- with inside anecdotes from such star-studded sets as The Princess Bride, Misery, and Absulote Power.
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The Green Mile:  the Screenplay

The Green Mile : The Screenplay
by Frank Darabont, Stephen King

Frank Darabont's screenplay is a faithful adaptation of Stephen King's story set on the death-row block at Cold Mountain Correctional Facility during the Great Depression. Starring Tom Hanks, the film is narrated by the superintendent of death row who tells the story of a mysterious inmate, a prisoner with the body of a giant and the mind of a child, who is allegedly guilty of murdering two little girls.
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Star Wars Episode I the Phantom Menace:  Script Facsimile

Star Wars Episode I the Phantom Menace : Script Facsimile
by George Lucas

For the first time ever, Star Wars fans can own a realistic facsimile of the script from Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. This amazing edition re-creates the never-before-released, official continuity script, chronicling the action exactly as it appeared on the movie screen. Complete with sixteen pages of color photographs, this exciting new keepsake is a must for every Star Wars lover's collection.
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VideoHound`s Golden Movie Retriever 2000

VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 2000
by Martin Connors (Editor), Jim Craddock (Editor)

This new, fully updated edition of the popular consumer guide to videos presents information and opinions on more than 22,000 films, including reviews for 1,000 new movies such as The English Patient, Shine, Sling Blade, and Jerry Maguire. As always, the Hound provides more extensive credits, more complete videographies, and more ways to find a movie than anyone else.
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byPaul Thomas Anderson

Unlike most published screenplays (which bill themselves as a "shooting script" but are in reality just a transcript of the finished product), this screenplay is truly the working script, complete with typos and scenes that didn't make it into the final cut of the film. Also included are some stunning color photographs and a great interview with Anderson, where you'll find out who gave him the idea of the rain of frogs, which character in the film is his favorite, and why he used a game-show milieu for a large part of the film. Truly a companion piece to the movie.
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American Beauty:  the Shooting Script

American Beauty: The Shooting Script
by Alan Ball, Sam Mendes ( Introduction )

Unfortunately for those wanting the inside scoop, this text is not the original shooting script but rather the screenplay of the final cut. But the script is so impressive, that's a minor quibble. The accompanying notes from Ball and director Sam Mendes are quite insightful, hinting at a different original ending and revealing Ball's odd inspiration for his idea: the tale of Joey Buttafuoco.
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Shakespeare in Love:  A Screenplay

Shakespeare in Love : A Screenplay
by Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard

For those who have already seen the film Shakespeare in Love, this screenplay offers a chance to savor Stoppard's exuberant collaboration with the renowned screenwriter Marc Norman. The result gives us, among many other things, a dog, Hamlet, Kit Marlowe, Elizabeth I, and probably one of the best screenplays in modern cinema based on Shakespeare.
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The Empire Strikes Back:  Script Facsimile

The Empire Strikes Back : Script Facsimile
by Leigh Brackett, Lawrence Kasdan, George Lucas

For the first time ever, Star Wars fans can own true to life facsimiles of the complete scripts from the Star Wars trilogy--extraordinary reproductions of the very tool used by cast and crew for the legendary movie saga.Complete with new photographs and Special Edition scenes and dialogue, this classic keepsake is a must for every Star Wars lover's collection.    
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