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Brian's Song

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Two men. Once names Gale Sayers, the other Brian Piccolo. They came from different parts of the country. They competed fiercely for the same job. One liked to talk; the other was shy. One was white; the other black. This is the story of how they came to know each other, fight each other, and help each other…
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Two men. Once names Gale Sayers, the other Brian Piccolo. They came from different parts of the country. They competed fiercely for the same job. One liked to talk; the other was shy. One was white; the other black. This is the story of how they came to know each other, fight each other, and help each other…
Product Details
Paperback (128 pages)
Published: August 1, 1983
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Imprint: Bantam
ISBN: 9780553266184
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  • FADE IN:
    EXTERIOR - ROLLING COUNTRYSIDE - DAY (HELICOPTER SHOT)

    The terrain is farmland, flat, tranquil, soothing in its simplicity.

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  • EXTERIOR - PLAYING FIELD - DAY
    TIGHT ON GIBRON
    Martin Bormann is not in Argentina.

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  • BRIAN (Voice over)
    Hey, Black Magic - listen to this letter I got. "You must have been raised with pigs to stay in the same room with one of those darkies. You must not have been...

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  • TIGHT ON BRIAN
    He sits there looking at Halas much as Papa Dionne must have looked at the doctor.

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  • BRIAN
    Yeah - I suppose you're right - but it's all so pointless, Gale. Hell, I know what's wrong with me.
    TIGHT ON BRIAN
    He looks over at Gale, eyes radiating...

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  • And as Gale moves around to his side of the car and starts to get in, the image of Brian takes precedence, smiling and full of hell and life. A good face to study for a moment or...

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