Preliminary script for a 60-min. [minute] film of Johnstown, Pa.

N.p. N.p., Unknown. Draft script for an unproduced film.

An exploration of Johnstown, Philadelphia, following its history as a steel mining town, surviving three major floods within 94 years, and its gradual economic decline as representative of the fate of industrial cities in the US. Bound in after the script are a series of interviews with historians Robert H. Wiebe and Caroline Golab, prominent urban sociologist Jane Jacobs, and industrial economist Walther H. Mathesius, as well as an estimated production schedule and budget.

Set in Johnstown, PA.

Clear front wrapper and maroon rear wrapper. Title page present, noted as Preliminary Script, with credits for director Paul Morgan, screenwriter James T. Clare, cinematographer Stephen C. Confer, and historian Dr. Michael Zuckerman. 52 leaves, with last page of text numbered 32. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with three silver brads.


[Book #146533]

Price: $350.00