[PW] Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter

d-lien University of Minnesota d-lien at umn.edu
Thu Jun 27 15:37:51 PDT 2019


I belatedly remembered this site, which I ran across and bookmarked
years ago but have never had occasion to use:

https://www.simplyscripts.com/

"Welcome to SimplyScripts

A database of hundreds of downloadable scripts, movie scripts,
screenplays, and transcripts of current, classic and maybe a few
soon-to-be-released movies, television, anime, unproduced and radio
shows. "

While I'm at it, a source for old time radio show scripts (though I
think they've also been linked from the SimplyScripts site)

https://www.genericradio.com/


Dennis Lien / d-lien at umn.edu

On Thu, Jun 27, 2019 at 4:35 PM Todd Mason <foxbrick at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>  The bad interaction of the Stumpers listserv and YahooMail is indicated by my not seeing anything from Margaret or AD before sending my response, nor since (aside from this forward...my thanks, as well, for this).
> Glad to be of any service...TM
>     On Thursday, June 27, 2019, 12:29:14 PM EDT, Elizabeth Barksdale <ebarksdale at udallas.edu> wrote:
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>  Thanks Todd and Margaret for looking on WorldCat! I should have thought of that. I also learned a neat trick from get a rough copy off YouTube transcript (thanks ADSGarson OToole) so I'm sharing with the list in case this is ever helpful to anyone else in some capacity.
> If anyone else can dig up cleaner digital copies of obscure scripts, that'd be a good thing to know about, but that doesn't exist for every movie, even cult classics. Yet another example of the "everything is on the Internet" belief not being so accurate.
> Thanks again!Liz
>
> There seems to be a version of the movie available on YouTube here:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qblOVujkwwY
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> I have only skimmed the video. The length is given as 1 hour 23
> minutes. There is an available transcript (machine generated; I
> think). Click the three dots adjacent to the word "SAVE" and select
> "Open Transcript". You can copy and paste the transcript.
>
> This raw transcript will require careful revision by someone who
> crosschecks it while watching the video.
> Attachments areaPreview YouTube video Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) GRINDHOUSEJesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) GRINDHOUSE
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> On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 9:20 PM Todd Mason <foxbrick at yahoo.com> wrote:
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> Liz--
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> A ms./archival copy is apparently held at Margaret Herrick Library/Academy Library
> Beverly Hills, CA 90211 United States
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> https://www.worldcat.org/title/jesse-james-meets-frankensteins-daughter/oclc/801215435&referer=brief_results
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> Todd Mason
> http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_22.html
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> On Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 7:54:12 PM EDT, Elizabeth Barksdale <ebarksdale at udallas.edu> wrote:
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> Hi all,
>
> This is a personal request so not urgent. I'm looking for a transcript of
> the full screenplay of Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's daughter. I don't
> know if it's out there, but if anyone has ideas, that'd be great!
>
> Thanks,
> Liz
>
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