Seabiscuit: the screenplay

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Ballantine Books, Nov 25, 2003 - Art - 229 pages
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A LONG SHOT BECOMES A LEGEND

Seabiscuit, the #1 New York Times bestseller, became one of this year’s most popular and critically acclaimed movies. Now, here is the complete shooting script of this extraordinary film from Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, and Spyglass Entertainment, featuring a foreword from Seabiscuit author Laura Hillenbrand and thirty full-color still photos from the motion picture. An American epic of triumph and perseverance set during the Great Depression, this stunning adaptation brilliantly dramatizes the story of the three men and the down-and-out racehorse that took them and the entire nation on the ride of a lifetime.

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Inspired by Laura Hillenbrand's biography of a little horse that could, Seabiscuit the film didn't win, place, or even show at the box office; it did, however, receive Oscar nods. This book ... Read full review

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of very inspiring book about a horse with heart ! Read full review

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Laura Hillenbrand has been writing about Thoroughbred racing since 1988 and has been a contributing writer/editor for "Equus" magazine since 1989. Her work has also appeared in "American Heritage, ABC Sports Online, The Blood-Horse, Thoroughbred Times, The Backstretch, Turf "and "Sport Digest" and many other publications. Her 1998 "American Heritage" article on Seabiscuit won the Eclipse Award for Magazine Writing, the highest award for Thoroughbred racing. She is currently serving as a consultant on a Universal Studios movie based on this book. Born in Fairfax, Virginia, Laura lives in Washington, D.C.

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