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Yojimbo (Original screenplay for the 1961 film)

Yojimbo (Original screenplay for the 1961 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director); Ryuzo Kikushima (screenwriter); Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura (starring)

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Tokyo: Kurosawa Production Company, 1960. Shooting script for the legendary 1961 Japanese film. Working copy belonging to Omura Senkichi, who played a small role as a traveling servant in the film, with his name on the front wrapper and his annotations throughout.  Though not credited as such, based thematically on Dashiell Hammett's 1929 novel, "Red Harvest," and subsequently the basis for many other films, including "A Fistful of Dollars" (Sergio Leone, 1964), "Django" (Sergio Corbucci, 1966), and "Last Man Standing" (Walter Hill, 1996). Director Kurosawa has been quoted as saying that many plot elements from another Hammett novel, "The Glass Key," make up the film. All titles and text in Japanese. White perfect bound wrappers with purple and black titles. 164 pages, printed on recto and verso, right to left in the Japanese style, with last page numbered "d-33." Mechanical duplication. Light foxing and age toning to both pages and wrapper, else Very Good condition. BFI 505. Criterion… Read more
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Stray Dog (Original screenplay for the 1949 film)

Stray Dog (Original screenplay for the 1949 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Ryuzo Kikushima (screenwriter); Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura (starring)

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Tokyo: Film Art Association, 1949. First Draft script for the 1949 Japanese film noir. Holograph ink and pencil annotations on two leaves. Text in Japanese. Generally considered to be the greatest film noir made in Japan, and hugely influential on American film noir of the 1950s and 1960s. White titled wrappers. 96 leaves, with last page of text numbered 96. Mechanical duplication. Toning due to aging throughout, wrapper split at spine with mild foxing, otherwise Good condition. BFI 534. Criterion Collection 233. Grant Japan. Selby Japan. Spicer Japan Classic Noir.
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Red Beard [Akahige] (Original screenplay for the 1965 film)

Red Beard [Akahige] (Original screenplay for the 1965 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Masato Ide, Hideo Oguni, Ryuzo Kikushima (screenwriters); Toshiro Mifune, Tsutomu Yamazaki (starring)

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Tokyo: Kurosawa Production Co, 1963. Draft script for the 1965 Japanese film, preceding the release by nearly two years. Text and titles in Japanese. Based on Shugoro Yamamoto's short story collection "Akahige Shinryotan." Toshiro Mifune's final film with director Akira Kurosawa, considered one of the director's masterpieces, following a small-town doctor and his new intern, a highly educated, arrogant young man. Set in the Edo district of Koishikawa. White titled wrappers, with a blue titled dust jacket. Title page present, dated 1963. 65 leaves, with last page of text numbered g-17. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, with light foxing to the rear wrapper, with perfect binding. Jacket is Very Good plus, with light foxing to the fore-edges and rear panel.
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High and Low [Tengoku to Jigoku] (Original screenplay for the 1963 film)

High and Low [Tengoku to Jigoku] (Original screenplay for the 1963 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Hideo Oguni, Ryuzo Kikushima, Eijiro Hisaita (screenwriters); Evan Hunter (as Ed McBain) (novel); Toshiro Mifune, Tatsuya Nakadai, Kyoko Kagawa (starring)

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1962. Draft script for the 1963 film. Text and titles in Japanese. A legendary Japanese noir, based on American author Ed McBain's 1959 novel "King's Ransom." A wealthy industrialist is contacted by a gang of crooks who inform him that they have kidnapped his son, and are holding him hostage in exchange for an enormous ransom. The industrialist soon realizes, however, that the boy they have taken is in fact the son of his chauffeur-and must decide whether he will bankrupt himself and his family in order to save a child that is not his own. A nuanced portrait of a man facing the potential destruction of his future, further elevated by morally ambiguous characters and the gritty realism of its world. The fifteenth, and penultimate, film that leading actor Toshiro Mifune would make with director Akira Kurosawa, and one of the highest grossing Japanese films of 1963, breaking Kurosawa's box office record for the third time. Shot on location in Kanagawa, Japan. White perfect bound wrappers, dated… Read more
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Ran (Original screenplay for the 1985 film, with annotations)
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Ran (Original screenplay for the 1985 film, with annotations)

by Kurosawa, Akira (screenwriter, editor, director); Hideo Oguni, Masato Ide (screenwriters); William Shakespeare (playwright); Tatsuya Nakadai, Akira Terao, Jinpachi Nezu, Daisuke Ryu (starring)

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New York: Greenwich Film Productions, 1985. Draft script for the 1985 film. With holograph pencil annotations throughout. Text, titles, and annotations in Japanese. Based on Shakespeare's play "King Lear." An elderly warlord in medieval Japan divides his vast empire among his three sons. The power corrupts them and turns them on each other, as well as their father. Nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director for Kurosawa, winning one. Set in medieval Japan, shot on location in Kumamoto, Shizuoka, Himeji, Oita, Aichi, Yamagata and Tokyo, Japan. Bright blue titled wrappers. Title page present. 96 leaves, with last page of text numbered 176. Xerographic duplication, printed on rectos and versos. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, with a lightly faded spine, perfectly bound.
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Le livre de Ran EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

Le livre de Ran EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

by KUROSAWA Akira

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Paris: Seuil, 1985. Fine. Seuil, Paris 1985, 24x29cm, brochĂ©. - 42573 - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française. Texte de Bertrand Raison, ouvrage illustrĂ© de photographies tirĂ©es du film. Rare et prĂ©cieuse signature manuscrite d'Akira Kurosawa sur la page de faux-titre. Quelques inĂ©vitables manques de pellicule recouvrant l'ouvrage, une trace de pliure angulaire en tĂȘte du premier plat.
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Dodes'ka-Den [Dodeskaden] [Clickety-Clack] (Original screenplay for the 1970 film)
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Dodes'ka-Den [Dodeskaden] [Clickety-Clack] (Original screenplay for the 1970 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Shugoro Yamamoto (novel); Hideo Oguni, Shinobu Hashimoto (screenwriters); Yoshitaka Zushi, Kin Sugai, Toshiyuki Tonomura (starring)

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Tokyo: Toho, 1970. Draft script for the 1970 Japanese film. With holograph ink and pencil annotations to the rear wrapper and throughout the text. Included with the script is a mimeographed shooting schedule. Text and titles in Japanese. Annotations relate to the following: (a) names of the chosen cast members, (b) set rehearsals and camera rehearsals, (c) times for shooting (e.g., Morning, Afternoon, Evening, and Night), phone numbers for production personnel, (d) names of potential and/or hired camera assistants, (e) names of potential and/or hired actors, (f) indication of the production company chosen (Toho Corporation), as well as film stock and lense sizes to be used (g) additional notes regarding location of some settings, (h) changes to dialogue and action, and (h) some final post-production notes. Director Akira Kurosawa's first color film, based on Shugoro Yamamoto's 1962 novel "Kisetsu no nai machi" (A City Without Seasons). A series of vignettes about a slum in the suburbs of Tokyo and… Read more
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Kagemusha (Original screenplay for the 1980 film, with holograph annotations)
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Kagemusha (Original screenplay for the 1980 film, with holograph annotations)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Masato Ide (screenwriter); Tatsuya Nakadai (starring)

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Yokohama, Kanagawa: Kurosawa Production Co, 1980. Draft script for the 1980 Japanese film. Holograph pencil annotations throughout regarding casting, including the use of professional or amateur actors, as well as a notation regarding lead actor Katsu Shintaro, who was fired on the first day of shooting. The story of a low-class criminal taught to be the decoy (or kagemusha) of a dying feudal lord, based on the historical daimyo Takeda Shingen, and depicting the 1575 Battle of Nagashino in the cinematic climax. When Toho Studios could not afford to complete the film, George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola convinced 20th Century Fox to cover the shortfall in exchange for international distribution rights, receving credits as executive producers on the finished film. Nominated for two Academy Awards, including Best Foreign Language Film, and winner of the Palme d'Or at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival. Set in Sengoku period, shot on location in Iga Ueno Castle, Himeji Castle, Kumamoto Castle, Yuhara… Read more
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The Saga of the Vagabonds (Original screenplay for the 1959 film)

The Saga of the Vagabonds (Original screenplay for the 1959 film)

by Sugie, Toshio (director); Akira Kurosawa, Juro Miyoshi, Sadao Yamanaka (screenwriter); Toshiro Mifune (starring)

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Tokyo: Toho Company, 1959. Early Draft script for the 1959 Japanese film, crediting Masahiro Makino as the director, who would be later replaced by Toshio Sugie. Text in Japanese. Based on a story by novelist Juro Miyoshi, originally released in 1937 as two parts, "Saga of the Vagabonds Part One Tiger Wolf" and "Saga of the Vagabonds Part Two Forward at Dawn." Toshiro Mifune plays a feudal bandit accused of stealing money he was entrusted and assembles a revenge party to storm the family castle and attack his brother who betrayed him. Kurosawa would serve as 3rd assistant director to Eisuke Takizawa for both films and go on to write the latter screenplay previously penned by Sadao Yamanaka. Set in Japan's Edo period. Yellow titled wrappers. Title page present. 66 leaves, with last page of text numbered f-16. Mechanical duplication. Pages Near Fine with mild foxing on paper edge, wrapper Very Good plus, title on spine.
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Rhapsody in August (Original screenplay for the 1991 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director, screenwriter); Kiyoko Murata (novel); Sachiko Murase (starring)

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Tokyo: Shochiku Films, 1990. Draft script for the 1991 film, dated May 28, 1990, about a year before its release. A tale of three generations in a postwar Japanese family and their responses to the atomic bombing of Japan. When the film played at the Tokyo Film Festival, critics of Japanese militarism said Kurosawa had ignored the historical facts leading up to the bomb. Kurosawa's response was simple: he wanted his film to say that war was between governments, not people. Richard Gere plays one of the family's Asian-American cousins, a decision falling somewhere between stunt casting and commentary. Set in Nagasaki and shot on location there. Blue titled wrappers, dated 5.28.1990. Title page present. 166 leaves, with last page of text numbered 150. Mechanical duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine. Rosenbaum 1000.
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KUROSAWA, AKIRA .Scarce Typed Letter Signed on Tokyo Prince Hotel stationery stamped Kurosawa...

KUROSAWA, AKIRA .Scarce Typed Letter Signed on "Tokyo Prince Hotel" stationery stamped "Kurosawa Productions, Ltd.", 4to, Tokyo, July 27, 1966

by KUROSAWA, AKIRA [The Runaway Train]

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The highly influential director writes to Sidney, most likely Sidney Carroll, American screenwriter best known for "The Hustler." Kurowsawa discusses his script, "The Runaway Train," that would not be made into a film until 1985. Kurosawa wrote the screenplay with Hideo Oguni and Ryuzo Kikushima in 1965. Carroll's task was to convert the dialogue into American vernacular and the structure into American production standards. American producer Joseph E. Levine became interested in making the film, which would have been Kurosawa's first outside of the Japanese studio system. The film was to be shot in the US between October 1966 and February 1967 for a late 1967 release. It would be Kurosawa's first film shot in color, but predominantly dominated by black train engines and a white snow covered landscape. Various problems ensued, which prompted Kurosawa to request a one year delay and Levine to ultimately cancel production. The screenplay circulated for the next fifteen years, was ultimately picked by… Read more
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Madadayo (Original screenplay for the 1992 film)

Madadayo (Original screenplay for the 1992 film)

by Kurosawa, Akira (director); Michael DeForrest (novel); Tomomi Tsukasa (screenwriter); Michiko Sakyo, Yuichi Minato, Akihiko Kanbara, Naomi Tani (starring)

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Tokyo: Dentsu Music and Entertainment, 1992. Draft script for the 1993 film. Based on essays by Hyakken Uchida. Following World War II, a retired professor finds late in life that his quality of life is greatly reduced in war-torn Tokyo. Denying despair, he pursues writing and celebrates his birthday with a group of his adoring students. Yellow titled wrappers, perfect bound, dated 1992.11.5. 107 leaves, with last page of text numbered 197. Xerographic duplication, printed on rectos and versos. Pages Fine, wrapper Near Fine.
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TORA, TORA, TORA ! SHOOTING SCRIPT (SIGNED BY FILM'S DIRECTOR, RICHARD FLEICSHER AND KINJI FUKASAKU)

by AKIRA KUROSAWA \(ALONG WITH OTHER COLLABORATORS\)

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SALMON WRAPS
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LOS ANGELES: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX, 1968. SALMON WRAPS. 4TO, SHOOTING SCRIPT.. Very Good/WRAPS, VERY GOOD.
WAS  ORIGINALY WRITTEN AND TO BE DIRECTED BY AKIRA KUROSAWA AND DAVID LEAN.  KUROSAWA'S ORIGINAL SCRIPT WAS OVER 600 PAGES, EPIC PROPORTIONS. HOWEVER HE WAS LATER RELEASED AND FLEICSHER TOOK OVER THE DIRECTORSHIP AND WAS AIDED IN THE REWRITE BY  KINJI FUKASAKU.  THIS IS THE SHOOTING SCRIPT AS STATED,  PUBLISHED MARCH 22, 1968. SIGNED ON THE COVER BY BOTH RICHARD FLEICSHER, AND KINJI FUKASAKU (IN JAPANESE) CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT.
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Dersu Uzala (Original Polish poster)

Dersu Uzala (Original Polish poster)

by Kurosawa, Akira

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Atelier 41 / New World Pictures, 1975. Original Polish poster for the 1975 film, designed by B. Tankowska. Director Akira Kurosawa had long been a fan of V.K. Arsenyev's nonfiction account of his travels in the Ussuri basin in the Russian Far East, during which Arsenyev encountered and befriended a canny Nanai trapper, who subsequently became the guide for his surveying crew. After surviving a suicide attempt and with no prospects for film funding in Japan, Kurosawa approached the Soviet Union about backing the production of a film. To his surprise, the Soviets agreed, and the director spent nearly two years in the Siberian wilderness completing the shoot. The resulting film was a success, and launched Kurosawa into the prolific third phase of his career, during which he made his epic film Ran, among many others. One of Kurosawa's most important and distinctive works, this being a typically evocative and interpretative Polish one-sheet. 22.5 x 33 inches. Near Fine condition, on archival linen,… Read more
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SOMETHING LIKE AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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SOMETHING LIKE AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY

by [Film]. KUROSAWA, Akira

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9780394509389
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0394509382
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New York: Knopf, 1982. First Edition. Near fine/near fine. 8vo. Quarter grey cloth over white boards. Near fine in like jacket. Touches of wear here and there. Else clean and bright. DJ uncliiped. SIGNED by Kurosawa to title page. 205pp. "I am not a special person. I am not especially strong; I am not especially gifted. I simply do not like to show my weakness, and I hate to lose, so I am a person who tries hard. That's all there is to me." Modeled in part on Jean Renoir's memoir (one of Kurosawa's greatest influences), SOMETHING LIKE AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY was published in Japan in 1981 before appearing in English translation (by Audie E. Bock) the following year. Covering the legendary film director's childhood, through his apprenticeship, and culminating in 1951 when he won the Golden Lion at Cannes for RASHOMON, the book unfolds episodically over more than 50 short chapters. Scarce signed first edition from one of the most important film directors of the 20th century.
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Something Like An Autobiography
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Something Like An Autobiography

by Kurosawa, Akira

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9780394714394
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0394714393
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Vintage. Very Good+. 1983. First Edition. Softcover. 0394714393 . Stated first edition Vintage softcover. Flat signed by Kurosawa to the ffep in English and Japanese. Covers lightly creased; pages toned. Tight and square. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .
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MEMORIAL10 10 Throne of Blood Akira Kurosawa (Shogakukan DVD & Book) (2011) ISBN: 4094804404...

MEMORIAL10 10 Throne of Blood Akira Kurosawa (Shogakukan DVD & Book) (2011) ISBN: 4094804404 [Japanese Import]

by Akira Kurosawa; William Shakespeare

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Zenshu Kurosawa Akira (Japanese Edition)

by Akira Kurosawa

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1987-01-01. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May be re-issue. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!
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How to Solve the Mystery of Rashomon (Original Pamphlet)

How to Solve the Mystery of Rashomon (Original Pamphlet)

by [Kurosawa, Akira] Tyler, Parker

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New York: Cinema 16, 1952. Original pamphlet distributed by Amos and Marcia Vogel's Cinema 16, "How to Solve the Mystery of Rashomon" (1952), an essay by novelist and film critic Parker Tyler. Few foreign language films have made such a lasting impact on American audiences as Akira Kurosawa's "Rashomon" (1950), a revolutionary film in style and substance that challenged and confounded audiences. Upon its release in New York in late-1951, Parker Tyler, who co-author with Charles Henri Ford of one of the earliest novels of gay literature, "The Young and Evil" (1933), wrote an essay "Rashomon as Modern Art" and developed a questionnaire for Cinema 16 audiences to encourage discussion about Kurosawa's masterpiece. Tyler argued that each of the irreconcilable eyewitness accounts is both true and false and that the nature of truth is subjective. 4.5 x 6 inches. Very Good plus in saddle-stapled wrappers, with light soiling to rear panel. Criterion Collection 138. Vogel, p. 26.
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Ran - Original Screenplay & Storyboards of the Academy Award-Winning Film
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Ran - Original Screenplay & Storyboards of the Academy Award-Winning Film

by Akira Kurosawa

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