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Lot 146: The Transformers original TV script for episode "The Return of Optimus Prime".

Profiles in History

December 9, 2016
Calabasas, CA, US

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146. The Transformers original TV script for episode “The Return of Optimus Prime”. (Sunbow Productions, 1986) Extremely rare. Final Shooting Script. Signed by Transformers’ writer and story editor, Flint Dille. In fine condition.
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From the personal collection of writer-producer Paul Davids, who served as Production Coordinator for much of the run of
The Transformers animated series, and wrote fan favorite episodes “Cosmic Rust”, “Chaos”, “Thief in the Night”, and “Grimlock’s New Brain”. His work with the franchise included a production role on Transformers: The Movie, and the development of a Transformers presentation for The World’s Fair. Original production materials from The Transformers animated series are excessively rare. Mr. Davids has agreed to personally autograph any lot at the request of the winning bidder.
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