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The shooting script of the movie Gosford Park, which won the 2002 Oscar for best original screenplay. It contains the original screenplay, production stills, and full credits for the country house murder mystery.
Paperback, 180 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Nick Hern Books (first published March 25th 2002)
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Published by Newmarket Press in 2002, Gosford Park: The Shooting Script is just one title in the Newmarket Shooting Script Series. However, the series title is misleading. Readers picking up one of these volumes and expecting to find a popcorn version of The Waste Land: A Facsimile and Transcript of the Original Drafts Including the Annotations of Ezra Pound will be disappointed.

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The book was just okay . . . this is one of those situations where the movie was able to bring to life what the written page failed to produce.
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