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“BRING BACK GERONIMO”

GOLDMAN, William. Original Screenplays. Mr. Horn. Los Angeles, circa 1978.

Two original screenplay drafts for Goldman’s 1979 western Mr. Horn, a film project intended for Robert Redford, co-star of Goldman’s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), ultimately premiering as a two-part television series starring David Carradine, containing two typewritten rough drafts with extensive revisions (respectively 170 and 163 loose pages), accompanied by a large envelope with the label of the prestigious Ziegler Ross Agency. $1600.

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INSCRIBED BY OSCAR-WINNER WILLIAM GOLDMAN

GOLDMAN, William. Wigger. New York and London, 1974.

First edition of Goldman’s wonderful children’s story, published one year after The Princess Bride, inscribed by him in bright pink felt pen “For the Harris children. God bless us every one. William Goldman.” This copy accompanied by a laid-in autograph note from Goldman inscribed on the recto “Sincerely William Goldman, P.S. I promise to [word crossed out] use a better pen when I autograph.” $650.

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"SOPHISTICATED, OBSTREPEROUS AND ORIGINAL": FIRST EDITION OF WILLIAM GOLDMAN'S ELUSIVE FIRST NOVEL, TEMPLE OF GOLD

GOLDMAN, William. Temple of Gold. New York, 1957.

First edition of the semi-autobiographical first novel by the Oscar-winning screenwriter and novelist, famed for his screenplays for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and All the President's Men, as well as the screenplay for his own novel, Princess Bride, in scarce original dust jacket. $350.

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