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Here are some other scriptwriting titles which appeared during several subject searches:

[coming soon] Ken Finkleman's The Newsroom: The Complete Scripts
Karin Kelly, Tom Edgar's Film School Confidential: The Insider's Guide to Film Schools
David Marc's Comic Visions: Television Comedy & American Culture
Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski's The People Vs. Larry Flynt: The Shooting Script
Steve Allen, Jane Wollman's How to Be Funny: Discovering the Comic in You
Robert S. Alley, Irby B. Brown's Murphy Brown: Anatomy of a Sitcom
Roy Armes' Action and Image: Dramatic Structure in Cinema
Walter Bernstein's Inside Out: A Memoir of the Blacklist
Alfred Brenner's The TV Scripwriter's Handbook: Dramatic Writing for Television and Film
Susan Charlotte, Tom Ferguson, Bruce Felton's Creativity in Film: Conversations With 14 Who Excel
Pat Cooper, Ken Dancyger's Writing the Short Film
Ken Dancyger's Alternative Scriptwriting: Writing Beyond the Rules
Ronald D. Dyas' Screen Writing for Television and Film
Harlan Ellison, Isaac Asimov's I, Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Babylon Revisited: The Screenplay
Raymond G. Frensham's Screenwriting (Teach Yourself Series)
William Froug's The Screenwriter Looks at the Screenwriter
William Goldman's Absolute Power
William Goldman's The Ghost and the Darkness: Only the Most Incredible Parts of the Story Are True
Uta Hagen's Respect for Acting
Michael Halperin, Ph.D.'s Writing Great Characters: The Psychology of Character Development in Screenplays
Hal Hartley's Amateur
Michael Hauge's Screenwriting for Hollywood: Step Up and Write the Great American Screenplay
Melvin Helitzer's Comedy Writing Secrets
Lea Jacobs' The Wages of Sin: Censorship and the Fallen Woman Film 1928-1942
Mary Charlotte Johnson's The Scriptwriter's Journal
Keith Johnstone's Impro: Improvisation and the Theatre
Neil Jordan's Michael Collins: Screenplay and Film Diary
Milt Josefsberg's Comedy Writing: For Television and Hollywood
Inga Karetnikova's How Scripts Are Made
Christopher Keane's How to Write a Selling Screenplay: A Step-By-Step Approach to Developing Your Story and Writing Your Screenplay by One of Today's Most Successful Screenwriters
Gerald Kelsey's Writing for Television
Richard Lagravanese's The Fisher King: The Book of the Film
Michael Larsen's Literary Agents: What They Do, How They Do It, and How to Find and Work With the Right One for You
Mark Litwak's Contracts for the Film & Television Industry
Mark Litwak's Dealmaking in the Film & Television Industry: From Negotiations to Final Contracts
[Editor] Scott MacDonald's Screen Writings: Scripts and Texts by Independent Filmmakers
[Editor] Pat McGilligan's Six Screenplays by Robert Riskin
[Editor] Pat McGilligan's Backstory: Interviews With Screenwriters of Hollywood's Golden Age
[Editor] Pat McGilligan's Backstory 2: Interviews With Screenwriters of the 1940s and 1950s
Patrick McGilligan's Backstory 3: Interviews With Screenwriters of the 1960s
[Compiler] Lynne Naylor's Television Writers Guide
Pierce O'Donnell, Dennis McDougal's Fatal Subtraction: The Inside Story of Buchwald v. Paramount
Gene Perret's Comedy Writing Step by Step
Kenneth Portnoy's Screen Adaption: A Scriptwriting Handbook
Jorja Prover's No One Knows Their Names: Hollywood Screenwriters
Rick Reichman's Formatting Your Screenplay
David W. Rintels, James M. McPherson, John Frankenheimer's Andersonville: The Complete Original Screenplay
Alan Rosenthal's Writing Docudrama: Dramatizing Reality for Film and TV
Michael Rymer's Angel Baby; The Screenplay
Sol Saks' Funny Business: The Craft of Comedy Writing
Laura Annawyn Shamas' Playwriting for Theater, Film, and Television
David Silver's How to Pitch & Sell Your TV Script
Tom Stempel's Framework: A History of Screenwriting in the American Film
Dwight Swain, Joye R. Swain's Film Scriptwriting: A Practical Manual
Jeffrey Sweet's The Dramatist's Toolkit: The Craft of the Working Playwright
Sam Thomas' Best American Screenplays
Ronald B. Tobias' The Insider's Guide to Writing for Screen and Television
David Trottier's The Screenwriter's Bible: A Complete Guide to Writing, Formatting, and Selling Your Script
Christopher Vogler's The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Storytellers and Screenwriters
John Vorhaus' The Comic Toolbox: How to Be Funny Even If You're Not
Rich Whiteside's The Screenwriting Life: The Dream, the Job and the Reality
Edgar E. Willis, Camille D'Arienzo's Writing Scripts for Television, Radio, and Film
Jurgen Wolff, Kerry Cox' Successful Scriptwriting
Jurgen Wolff, L. P. Ferrante's Successful Sitcom Writing
Tony Zaza's Script Planning: Positioning and Developing Scripts for TV and Film

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