LONDON KILLS ME
Three Screenplays and Four Essays
Contains My Beautiful Launderette,
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, London Kills Me,
and four essays.
Penguin 224 pp. 0-14-016831-1 $16.00
A RAISIN IN THE SUN
The Unfilmed Original Screenplay
Edited by Robert Nemiroff
Introduction by Margaret B. Wilkerson
Commentary by Spike Lee
Hansberry’s screen adaptation of her
play—not the script that Columbia Pictures
eventually filmed, but the complete, uncut
version, with at least 40 percent totally new
material that does not appear in the play.
Plume 206 pp. 0-452-26776-5 $13.00
Signet 206 pp. 0-451-18388-6 $4.99
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Script and Legend
The 50th Anniversary Edition
Foreword by Richard Brown
“This book is a must for film buffs.”
—Los Angeles Times. Contains the complete
screenplay, as well as a behind-the-scenes
look at how the Oscar-winning film was
made, by one of its writers, Howard Koch.
Contributions by Charles Champlin,
Roger Ebert, Umberto Eco, and others.
25 beautifully reproduced stills.
Overlook 342 pp. 0-87951-319-5 $19.95
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by Robert J. Thompson
by Peter Bart
the novel’s place in the
changing American epic and 1970s popular
culture, the Afterword by Peter Bart—who
worked for Paramount Pictures and aided in
the development and supervision of Francis
Ford Coppola’s film—discusses Coppola’s
directorial ascent, Marlon Brando’s acting
comeback, and explores the effect the
hoopla surrounding the book’s publication
had on the film’s production.
New American Library 464 pp.
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