Glengarry Glen Ross

New Line Cinema, 1991. First Draft screenplay for the 1992 film.

Adapted for the screen by David Mamet based on his play, directed by James Foley, and with one of the most formidable casts of male actors ever assembled: Alec Baldwin, Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Jonathan Pryce, Alan Arkin, Ed Harris, and Kevin Spacey. The Foley/Mamet adaptation of Mamet's masterpiece—considered by some to be the late century equivalent of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman"—stands as perhaps the finest representation of Mamet's world on celluloid, without a single mis-step or weak link in a cast full of heavyweights.

Gray production company card wrappers (Zupnik Enterprises, Inc., which precedes the later involvement of New Line Cinema). Title page with a credit for screenwriter Mamet, noted as First Draft, and with an address for Zupnik Enterprises in Los Angeles. 127 pages. Pages Fine, wrapper Near Fine.

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