Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Spring 1998) [includes YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, THE SPANISH PRISONER and THE BLACK DOLL]

By: {Gorey, Edward} {Mamet, David} Nocenti, Annie, ed.

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[light edgewear, top front corner bumped (cover and first several pages), some light diagonal creasing at top left front cover]. Complete screenplays, with writer interviews: THE FULL MONTY (Simon Beaufoy); YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks, both interviewed); THE SPANISH PRISONER (David Mamet; in addition to the interview there is also an essay by Jonathan Rosenbaum, drawing connections between Mamet's work and that of Alfred Hitchcock); and THE BLACK DOLL (Edward Gorey). The last-named is described as "an unproduced silent film script by a wry master of menace" featuring "fiends, fainting ladies, Asiatics, poison, pallbearer gloves and a masked ball"; in addition to being interviewed, Gorey also provided the illustrations for his script. This issue's Keynote Essay is "An Archfield Auteurist's Notes on Screenwriting" by Andrew Sarris.

Title: Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Spring 1998) [includes YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, THE SPANISH PRISONER and THE BLACK DOLL]

Author: {Gorey, Edward} {Mamet, David} Nocenti, Annie, ed.

Illustrator: Illustrated by (cover) Rudy Muller; various illustrators

Categories: Cinema: Screenplays,

Edition: (Vol. 4, No. 1)

Publisher: New York, RC Publications Inc.: 1998

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Periodical

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 13578

Keywords: Screenwriters Screenwriting Edward Gorey Mel Brooks Gene Wilder David Mamet Alfred Hitchcock Andrew Sarris