Casablanca; script and legend

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Overlook Press, 1973 - Drama - 223 pages
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Released in December 1942, "Casablanca" is the classic of all classic films, the enduring triumph of Hollywood's golden age. This volume contains the complete screenplay as well as a behind-the-scenes look at how the Oscar-winning movie was made, by one of its writers, Howard Koch. Charles Champlin, Roger Ebert, Umberto Eco, and others contribute incisive analyses of the movie's timeless appeal, and twenty-five beautifully reproduced stills capture the dramatically charged scenes of this true American classic.

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This book has been in my collection for well over a decade. At the time of purchase, I had only flipped through it to read excerpts from the script. Recently, I was inspired to pull it from my ... Read full review

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User Review  - AJBraithwaite - LibraryThing

The first screenplay I've read, and it was an interesting experience, never having thought much about camera angles and the like before. And it's such a great story. Read full review

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