DSC00003 'All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy' props, from The Shining, Kubrick Archive

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    The Barbican Arts Centre recently held a Stanley Kubrick retrospective. The foyer of Cinema 1 displayed some treasures from the Kubrick Archive.

    The annotation noted how there is still some conjecture as to whether Kubrick had every individual page typed, or they were photocopied.

    Some of these pages looked typed. Others didn't.

    1. kokakoblue 85 months ago | reply

      I think I heard or read somewhere that Kubrick's mother actually typed these... maybe it was mentioned in that Documentary that his daughter shot?

    2. DanBenjamin 85 months ago | reply

      Can we see some larger sizes please?

    3. _he_ 85 months ago | reply

      I believe it was his secretary.

    4. Golden Striker 78 months ago | reply

      No matter who typed it, it was Jack Nichcolson himself who came up with the phrase and the idea of repaeting it. He said the words and the repitition thereof came from when he was severely depressed and going through a horrible divorce.

    5. globalNix 75 months ago | reply

      Another Kubrick related item that I found at the BFI in late 2008.

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