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FROM THE COLLECTION OF MICHAEL WHITE

Shaffer, Anthony.
DRAFT OF "SLEUTH" HERE ENTITLED "ANYONE FOR TENNIS?", 
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FROM THE COLLECTION OF MICHAEL WHITE

Shaffer, Anthony.
DRAFT OF "SLEUTH" HERE ENTITLED "ANYONE FOR TENNIS?", 
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English Literature, History and Children's Books & Illustrations

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Shaffer, Anthony.
DRAFT OF "SLEUTH" HERE ENTITLED "ANYONE FOR TENNIS?", 

professional typescript signed by Shaffer and labelled by him "1st Draft 1969", with the word "tennis" crossed through and revised to "murder", and the final title added beneath in pencil, with Michael White's address label as agent, 101 pages, folio, in paper wrappers;

[together with:] Christopher Logue, 'The Remake of Lassie Come Home', typescript of a short film extensively revised in green and purple felt-tip, 9 pages, c.1968, in wrappers with a decorated upper cover, with a two-page autograph poem ("I shall vote Conservative") and two offprints of another poem loosely inserted; Damien Hirst, 'God Games', print-out of a screenplay ("Second draft 30 June 1995"), 59 pages, in red covers; carbon-copy typescript of a novel, lacking title page, 315 pages


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Sleuth, which opened in 1970 at the St Martin's Theatre starring Anthony Quayle and Keith Baxter, was one of Michael White's most successful productions. It has twice been adapted for film (1972, starring Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier and 2007, starring Michael Caine and Jude Law)

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