£16.99
DOWNTON ABBEY TV SCRIPT SCREENPLAY WITH SIGNATURES AUTOGRAPH REPRINT

A unique gift for any film lover!! This is a full 66 page TV script from Downton Abbey Pilot Episode with 10 cast members signatures.

SIGNATURES INCLUDE:

Hugh Bonneville - Robert Crawley Earl of Grantham
Jessica Brown-Findlay - Lady Sybil Crawley
Brendan Coyle - John Bates
Joanne Frogatt - Anna Bates
Laura Carmichael - Lady Edith Crawley
Jim Carter - Charles Carson
Thomas Howes - William Mason
Phyllis Logan - Mrs Hughes
Michelle Dockery - Lady Mary Crawley
Leslie Nicol - Mrs Patmore

All of our scripts and signatures are high quality laser reprints. Each script is A4 size (210mm x 297mm), double side, front cover is a high quality 230 gsm paper, back cover made from 300 gsm card, bound by 4 split pin fasteners and placed inside a plastic protective sleeve.

Whether you read along to your favourite movie or show and see if you can spot any differences from script to final production cut or act it out with your family and friends, it’s a great piece for any collector or fan of TV and Film memorabilia.

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SYNOPSIS
Set in the fictional Yorkshire country estate of Downton Abbey between 1912 and 1926, depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants in the post-Edwardian era—with the great events in history having an effect on their lives and on the British social hierarchy. Events depicted throughout the series include news of the sinking of the Titanic in the first series; the outbreak of the First World War, the Spanish influenza pandemic, and the Marconi scandal in the second series; the Irish War of Independence leading to the formation of the Irish Free State in the third series; the Teapot Dome scandal in the fourth series; and the British general election of 1923, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, and the Beer Hall Putsch in the fifth series. The sixth and final series introduces the rise of the working class during the interwar period and hints at the eventual decline of the British aristocracy.