Casablanca; script and legend
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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pgiunta - LibraryThing
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
LibraryThing ReviewUser 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