File MS 454/6/4 - Professional correspondence

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MS 454/6/4

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Professional correspondence

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  • c2004-2011 (Creation)

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1 folder of papers

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(1934-2013)

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(1) Notebook of copy or draft letters by Sharp to Stevie Lee, Colin Beeby, Stephen Batt and others, nd
(2) Letter re accompanying letter requesting Sharp respond to the highlighted comments the radio play, ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’, 2001
(3) Letter from the BBC concerning tax on Sharp’s fee, 5 April 2002
(4) Letter from Patricia Kavanagh relating to Sharp’s novels, 17 May 2004
(5) Letters [4] from Susie Tarr about the development of the Tom Mix project, one noting that they mustn’t have Johnny Depp as ‘Tom’, 2004
(6) Email printout from Jon Eskenas confirming meeting with Bessie Pender, April 2007. Also copies of cuttings about Pender’s story, 1995-2002
(7) Letter from Phillipa relating thoughts of Toa about Alan’s treatment of a film about Island life and relationship with Traders, nd. Also Wikki printout about Kilikiti, Samoan cricket, April 2007
(8) 2 x email printouts relating to the property at Tighnabruaich, April 2007
(9) Email print out from Marilyn Milgrom concerning proposed project ‘Run but you Can’t Hide’, 2010
(10) Letter to Alan which accompanied an unknown draft screenplay, with draft letter on reverse by Sharp to Fiona/Don giving opinion of ‘Doubtful [Soud?], 2010
(11) Unsigned agreement between the New Zealand Film Commission and Alan Sharp, 2011

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