26. Stay Away Joe

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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby Suspicious Minds » Mon Nov 20, 2017 12:19 am

Stay Away, Joe Capitol movie theater ads

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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby Ed A » Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:04 pm

The 1953 hardback edition of Stay Away Joe:
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A 1961 paperback edition:
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A 1968 paperback to coincide with the movie:
Stay Away, Joe - 1968.jpg


This is a hardback edition that was published by "Stay Away, Joe Publishing". Probably some time in the 1980's.
Stay Away, Joe - Circa 1968.jpg
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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby John » Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:35 pm

Ed A wrote:The 1953 hardback edition of Stay Away Joe:Stay Away, Joe - 1953.jpg

A 1961 paperback edition:Stay Away, Joe - 1961.jpg

A 1968 paperback to coincide with the movie:Stay Away, Joe - 1968.jpg

This is a hardback edition that was published by "Stay Away, Joe Publishing". Probably some time in the 1980's.Stay Away, Joe - Circa 1968.jpg

Ed A, have you read all these books that were turned into movies? It would be interesting to get an overview of how they compared to the movies.


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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby Ed A » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:38 am

John wrote:
Ed A wrote:The 1953 hardback edition of Stay Away Joe:Stay Away, Joe - 1953.jpg

A 1961 paperback edition:Stay Away, Joe - 1961.jpg

A 1968 paperback to coincide with the movie:Stay Away, Joe - 1968.jpg

This is a hardback edition that was published by "Stay Away, Joe Publishing". Probably some time in the 1980's.Stay Away, Joe - Circa 1968.jpg

Ed A, have you read all these books that were turned into movies? It would be interesting to get an overview of how they compared to the movies.


Yes, I have all of these books and have read them a couple of times. Every few years, I will pull them back out and read them again. However, it has been at 5 years or more since I read them last. I remember some things about each one, but not enough to give an accurate account of the differences. I have a couple of library books that I am reading now. After I finish them, I will start again on the Elvis movies and try to post the differences.

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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby John » Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:50 am

Ed A wrote:
John wrote:
Ed A wrote:The 1953 hardback edition of Stay Away Joe:Stay Away, Joe - 1953.jpg

A 1961 paperback edition:Stay Away, Joe - 1961.jpg

A 1968 paperback to coincide with the movie:Stay Away, Joe - 1968.jpg

This is a hardback edition that was published by "Stay Away, Joe Publishing". Probably some time in the 1980's.Stay Away, Joe - Circa 1968.jpg

Ed A, have you read all these books that were turned into movies? It would be interesting to get an overview of how they compared to the movies.


Yes, I have all of these books and have read them a couple of times. Every few years, I will pull them back out and read them again. However, it has been at 5 years or more since I read them last. I remember some things about each one, but not enough to give an accurate account of the differences. I have a couple of library books that I am reading now. After I finish them, I will start again on the Elvis movies and try to post the differences.

Ed

That would be great. Thanks.

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Re: 26. Stay Away Joe

Postby colonel snow » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:03 am

Additional information:
First script/screenplay:
27-09-56 – screenplay based on story by Dan Cushman (132 pages)

Another:
16-10-57 – screenplay with changes till 17 october 1957 - written by D.D. Beauchamp (143 pages)
More:
22-02-67 – screenplay with changes till 18 april 1967 - written by Burt Kennedy (117 pages)

18-08-67 – screenplay - written by George Kirgo (106 pages)

23-08-67 – revised screenplay - written by Michael A Hoey (140 pages)

24-08-67 – final screenplay - written by Michael A Hoey (106 pages)

05-09-67 – composite script with changes till 4 november 1967 - written by Burt Kennedy – George Kirgo - Michael A Hoey (220 pages)

05-09-67 – screenplay with changes till 4 november 1967 - written by Burt Kennedy – George Kirgo - Michael A Hoey (117 pages)

It won't be easy to discover the differences between the original book and the various scripts/screenplays through the years.
The original books are a guide for the movie scripts/sceenplay but differs a lot.
For those movies Elvis character is changed and songs are to be inserted.

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