Take the Money and Run

San Francisco: Hillary Productions, 1968. Vintage Tentative Shooting Schedule for the 1969 film, copy belonging to casting director Marvin Paige, with the annotation of his name in holograph marker in the top right corner of the title page, and two underlines to "tentative," dated June 7, 1968. The 51 page shooting schedule, covering the 50 days of shooting, from 6/17/68 through 8/23/68, is printed horizontally on goldenrod leaves, and contains copied annotations on five pages, circling the sequence number, interior or exterior sequence, night or day sequence, and a needed effect.

Woody Allen's directorial debut, one of the great American comedies, the film that set the template for Allen's 1970s work. Allen stars as Virgil Starkwell, a terribly inept bank robber, whose life is told documentary-style, with an FBI voiceover as well as interviews with his family and friends.

Set and shot on location in San Francisco and San Quentin State Prison.

Self wrappers with front wrapper integral with title page, dated June 7, 1968, with credits for director Woody Allen. 51 leaves, with last page of text numbered 50. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with blue, white, and yellow revision pages throughout. Pages Near Fine, bound at the top with two gold brads.


[Book #155890]