Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Shooting script and production archive, with rainbow revisions, for the 1991 film, belonging to the film's production manager, Burt Bluestein. Includedg are the script, with many holograph notations and drawing, as well as two binders full of legal research and documents, cast and crew contact sheets, shooting schedules, continuity lists, one-line schedules, and production sketches.
The breakthrough film for Kathryn Bigelow, and today a cult classic and keystone surfing film. Bigelow went on to become the first female director win an Academy Award with "The Hurt Locker" in 2008. Though not credited in the final film, James Cameron is listed on the script's title page as a co-writer with Bigelow.
Set primarily in Southern California, shot on location throughout California in Malibu, Redondo Beach, Dockweiler Beach, Ecola State Park, Los Angeles, Manhattan Beach, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Culver City, and Venice Pier, as well as Hawaii, Oahu, Lake Powell, Utah, and Wheeler, Oregon.
Production material housed in two binders, one a black vinyl 3-ring report folder containing the script and production material, the other a cloth 3-ring report folder inserted into a heavy duty brown burlap protector with a velcro clasp containing mostly legal documents relating to the film.
Script: Green titled self wrappers, noted as the fourth revised shooting script on the front wrapper with credits for screenwriters Bigelow and Cameron, Peter Iliff, and Rick King, dated 7/10/90. 129 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 121. Photographically reproduced, with blue, pink, and green revision pages throughout, dated according to a guide on the front wrapper. Pages Fine, binders Very Good plus.