Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure

Los Angeles: Baby Huey Productions, 1998. Revised Draft script for the 1999 film belonging to an unknown crew member, with an annotation in holograph ink on front wrapper of a telephone number, and annotations of dialogue changes, in holograph pencil, on first two pages of script, with many pages creased from dog-ears and/or vertical folds, as is common with working scripts. Bound in, preceding script, is the full six page shooting schedule for August 6 through September 1, 1998, and a nine page "Staff & Crew List."

Based on cartoonist Martin Taras' gargantuan baby duck cartoon character, made for Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios in the 1950s, most frequently appearing in Paramount's theatrical shorts "Noveltoons."

Directed by and starring Stephen Furst (Flounder from "National Lampoon's Animal House"), the direct-to-video, live-action, children's musical comedy, finds Nick (Michael Angarano) and his friends protecting Baby Huey from the evil scientist Prof. von Klupp (Harvey Korman), and the unscrupulous Las Vegas producer P.T.Wynnsocki (Joseph Bologna).

A mostly unseen children's film with an ever-growing adult cult following, featuring performances from Maureen McCormick ("The Brady Bunch"), David L. Lander ("Lavern & Shirley"), John Vernon ("National Lampoon's Animal House), and Laraine Newman ("Saturday Night Live").

Green titled self-wrappers, integral with title page, last revision dated 8/12/98, with credits for screenwriter Matty Simmons. 81 leaves, with last page of text numbered 65. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with pink, yellow, and green revision pages throughout, dated variously between 7/31/98 and 8/12/98. Pages Very Good plus with creases from dog-ears and vertical folds and some edgewear on title page, bound with three gold brads.

[Book #150569]