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    Harlan Ellison. A Boy and His Dog Archive, including: Photocopy of A Boy and His Dog Original Manuscript manuscript. [and:] Photocopy of New Worlds Publication of A Boy and His Dog [and:] Photocopy of Preferred Text of A Boy and His Dog. [and:] Carbon Copy of First 16 Pages of Screenplay Adaptation, Blood's a Rover [and:] An Audience Reaction Card from the 1971 Sneak Preview of A Boy and His Dog Film [and:] Original Manuscript of Eggsucker [and:] Photocopy of Made-for-Television Script for Blood's a Rover [and:] Photocopy of the NBC Broadcast Standards. Sherman Oaks: Circa 1969-1979. Measures 8.5 x 11 inches. Seven items signed by the author, some with his notations. Also accompanied by a certification of authenticity on Harlan Ellison's stationery, signed by Ellison as president of the Kilimanjaro Corporation. Housed in a brown cloth clamshell case with a gilt-lettered leather label. General light handling wear and edgewear. A very good collection.

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    A Boy and His Dog was inspired by a newspaper article that Ellison read about drug-sniffing dogs, which he spun into a tale of friendship in post-apocalyptic world.

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