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    MOON DUST - Introduction

    “Introduction to “Moondust” screenplay”

    [untitled, with phone number at top]

    ‘ N. H.
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    Scene leaves off at End of battle – with man standing alone – no place to go —
    The sky opens up after sounds of rumbling, swaying cracking effect happens —
    A beam of light comes through opening as flying saucers in formation appears on each side —
    He feels his self falling to the trembling ground and is still, although the catastrophy is still happening right before his half closed eyes —

    Middle part of theme à Astral travel : before he feels1 himself leaving body à flashes of childhood and time reeling backwards, scenes of incidents of Army, school, parents, and infant childhood situations flash before him – on paste : through womb and birth sequences —
    Past lives on past Egyptian tomb rites, celebrations and famous loves, as Cleo and partner [‘Cleo and partner’ – Cleo patra, ha ha] King Pharoah scenes to Atlantis in over-exposed camera
    Shots from helicopter of Venice and Rome —
    All the way to a Voice from the sky over Atlantis to a Giant production of Heaven and then Heaven, in reality, is a Rocket Ship always swirling through space
    looking for a Stepping Stone getting Karma - dues paying closer to the center of our galaxy —
    But needing to clear every world of hate and repression and etc…etc…—
    Earth, we explain through film, is the last to be called - and this as many others have
    been drawn through changes - and is now being drawn to Heaven —
    He is no longer in his body –
    No feeling at All except a slight 2001 Infinity trip of slight pressure and sound, done with voices and excaping air —
    This is the only sense that is reality, that is need[ed?] and sight from a beyond eye

    [unavailable, missing or unfinished after this]


    1 original has “fells”
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    Re: MOON DUST - Introduction

    Six sheets of the screenplay here: https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/a...6-ab5800d1bb90

    On Kathy Eberth, wife of Bob Levine, from where these sheets must come: https://fashionweekonline.com/brian-...rview-with-fwo

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    Re: MOON DUST - Introduction

    sheets 1 and 2

    (don't know why but can't upload the other ones, nor the PDF I made)
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    Re: MOON DUST - Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Ezy Rider View Post
    sheets 1 and 2

    (don't know why but can't upload the other ones, nor the PDF I made)
    See: "MOON DUST" - screenplay in "Comopositions" here for full text of Jimi's handwritten piece.

    This typed auction piece, which has just now turned up many years later (afaik), looks very dodgy, the displayed text isn't even readable - from the man with the dodgy burnt guitar; could have been "written" by anyone

    Did Eberth ("co-author") write all the stuff that's not in Jimi's handwritten piece?? ie most of it Did she even have anything to do with it at all? Maybe it's just a forgery by someone else?

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