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Original script from the famous TV series "Mad Men", pilot episode "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".

This original script used for the production of the episode is the first original copy usually distributed to the cast before recording the episodes.

Mad Men is an American television series that was produced from 2007 to 2015. Created by Matthew Weiner, the series takes the New York advertising world of the sixties to recount the great changes that occurred in American society over the course of the decade. The series has received numerous awards, including 4 Golden Globes and 15 Emmy Awards.


- Season Number: Season 1, Episode "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"
- Screenplay written by: Matthew Weiner
- First draft: April 3, 2006
- Pages: 52

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  • In condition as donated.

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