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A LONG SHOT BECOMES A LEGEND
"Seabiscuit," the #1 "New York Times" bestseller, became one of this year's most popular and critically acclaimed movies. Now, here is the complete shooting script of this extraordinary film from Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, and Spyglass Entertainment, featuring a foreword from "Seabiscuit" author Laura Hillenbrand and thirty full-c
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published November 25th 2003 by Ballantine Books
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Greer Landry
In 1938, Seabiscuit was the biggest newsmaker of the year. The story of the horse that shouldn't have been able to win and then won it all, captured the hearts and minds of the country. In Seabiscuit, Laura Hillenbrand brings to life this fascinating story, not just of this magnificent horse, but the three men involved with him. Tom Smith, who used to break wild horses, was the horse trainer who convinced millionaire Charles Howard to buy Seasbiscuit at a bargain price. Together with Red Pollard ...more
Dee
I didn't read this book but I read "Seabiscuit" written by Laura Hillenbrand. I wonder why Good Reads doesn't list this book (not the screenplay version) in their inventory....?
Morgan Metcalf
Awesome book! I totally loved the way Laura incorporated the information with interesting sentences. I would definitely read this again.
Deb Cutler
The screen play was good, but not nearly as compelling as the PBS American Experience video featuring real footage.
Jill Brakeman
of very inspiring book about a horse with heart !
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Gary Ross is a critically acclaimed screenwriter, director, and producer who has been nominated for four Academy Awards. His films include Big, Dave, Pleasantville, Seabiscuit, and The Tale of Despereaux. Most recently, he directed The Hunger Games, the first movie based on Suzanne Collins’s best-selling dystopian trilogy. He has also served as president of the Board of Commissioners for the Los A ...more
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