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  1. I am working on a book and need some help. Robert Bolt was originally listed as the sole screenwriter of A Man for All Seasons (1966). But recently, I've seen that some listings credit the screenplay to Bolt and Constance Willis who did continuity in the original credits. It's listed that way on the DVD jacket, in film study guides, and on the online encyclopedia britannica listing for the film. So, something seems to have happened. But I can't find any article or notice documenting it. I even went to the writers guild site but couldn't find anything. I know that Bolt was listed as the sole
  2. so, in April of this year, I completed my first screenplay. I had poked around at writing them before and never been able to bring myself to finish it. it was not entirely unlike giving birth to a child, i say this as a childless man, so take that for what it's worth, but i look at this 206 page thing I brought into this world and could not help but feel the same sort of pride that I imagine one has when one looks upon a child. I also enjoyed doing it and it did something I did not think was possible- it made me love the genre of CLASSIC HORROR more than I already did. (It is an homa
  3. While I was waiting for The Ten Commandments to download last night, I whiled away the time watching Casablanca again. I have seen this movie countless times, and for me, it was the film that motivated me into being the movie lover I am today. There is a magic about this story and its production that always grips me. Last night's viewing reminds me that this story takes me to foreign shores, yet the production never leaves Burbank, CA. Well, maybe there's a scene at the Van Nuys airport, but again, not that far. I still buy it. It is such masterful production design, it hooks me ev
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