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Stanley Kubrick Autograph Letter Signed on 2001 Set

Stanley Kubrick autograph letter signed, dated 26 March 1967. Here, the director writes to New York University physicist and personal friend, Jeremy Bernstein. Bernstein wrote a famous “New Yorker” profile of the director as he was making “2001: A Space Odyssey”. Reads in full: “Congratulations and my suspenseful and most sincere hopes for Miss X. She sounds so good it could be a come on for a wife-swapping ad in the Enquirer. There is a good chance we will return to London after the film opens so it would be great if you did come to Imperial College. Your parents probably told you they visited the studio. I don’t know what impression they got of things. I hope they found it interesting. Your father reminds me of Omar Bradley and your mother of you, though you (sound) speak exactly like your father. I’d like to see the Oppenheimer obituary. I enjoyed the piece you sent. I do hope you work things out to your satisfaction.” Signed “Stanley” in bold, black ink. Letter on one page is lined and measures 8″ x 12″. Very minor toning and folds throughout, else very good to near fine. Sold for $1,291.

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Stanley Kubrick Typed Letter Signed on “2001” Set

Stanley Kubrick typed letter signed on his personal stationery, dated 8 December 1966 as he was filming “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Letter is addressed to “New Yorker” journalist Jeremy Bernstein, who profiled the director for the magazine and the two remained friends. Reads in full: “Your description of the encounter with Morris Shamos is spine chilling and beautifully written. It sounds to me like you are about ready to do your first work of ‘fiction.’ The drama of the academic scene is much more intense than one would have imagined. What a villainous person he sounds like. The movie is going well. I am not sure of the date about coming back to New York. Let me know how things turn out.” Signed “Stanley” in blue ink. Letter measures 7.25″ x 10.5″. Very minor toning, else near fine. Sold for $983.

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Stanley Kubrick 1970 Typed Letter Signed 2001 Director

Stanley Kubrick typed letter signed, dated 14 June 1970. Here, Kubrick writes to “New Yorker” journalist Jeremy Bernstein, who profiled the director for the magazine and the two remained friends. Reads in full: “Thank you very much for having a copy of ‘The Wildest Dreams of Kew’ sent to me. I certainly enjoyed reading the book, though I must confess I would still not like to do it myself. I should hope that from the acknowledgment, I will receive several free lightmeters.” Signed “Stanley” in bright red ink. Letter on one page measures 7.25″ x 10.5″. Two folds, else near fine. Sold for $789.

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Stanley Kubrick Autograph Letter Signed — ”…I appreciate the help you gave with ‘Possum’ and the suspected vermillion paint. As it turned out she must have eaten another color…”

Stanley Kubrick autograph letter signed. Dated simply 9 November, the famed Hollywood director’s cryptic letter is addressed to one Dr. Norris and reads in part, ”Dear Dr. Norris – I appreciate the help you gave with ‘Possum’ and the suspected vermillion paint. As it turned out she must have eaten another color, though we couldn’t have known. My address is PO Box 123 Borehamwood, Herts when you send your bill. Yours sincerely / Stanley Kubrick”. Single-page letter on plain stationery measures 8.25” x 6”. Mounted to a paper board to an overall size of 9.75” x 7.75”. Rippling to upper portion and tear to bottom edge, away from writing. Very good condition. Sold for $625.

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Stanley Kubrick Autograph Note Signed — Relating to ”2001” — ”…At least Arthur [Clark] sounds dumb this time, ‘I think there’s another world out there’…”

Stanley Kubrick autograph note signed beneath a typed letter from New York University physicist and friend of the director, Jeremy Bernstein. Bernstein wrote a famous profile of Kubrick as he was making ”2001: A Space Odyssey” and here mentions the article’s completion and run date. Dated 18 September 1966, Kubrick’s response in red ink reads: ”Dear J., I think it sounds like Elizabeth Taylors cheesecake from Lindy. Please ship it. Thanks for the Vietnam piece. It sounds pretty grim. I’d like to see the sketch. I suppose you saw the Newsweek piece. I don’t think it could have been less accurate. At least Arthur sounds dumb this time, ‘I think there’s another world out there, etc.”’ Signed ”Stanley”. Arthur refers to Arthur C. Clark, the author of the short story upon which ”2001: A Space Odyssey” was based, and with whom Kubrick wrote the screenplay. Letter on one page measures 8.5” x 11”. Two horizontal folds, light toning and smudging to ink in spots. Very good condition. Sold for $589.

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Stanley Kubrick Autograph Note Initialed re Rabbi

Stanley Kubrick autograph note initialed, dated “April 1” with no year. Note is written beneath a handwritten note by “New Yorker” journalist Jeremy Bernstein, who profiled the director for the magazine and the two remained friends. When asked by Bernstein, “…What is a fair ‘close out’ figure — more or less — in your experience?” Kubrick responds, “Dear J. I have no opinion. There is too much I don’t know. You must ask your agent, lawyer or Rabbi.” Initialed, “Best, S.” One page letter measures 8.25″ x 11.75″. Creasing and folds, very good condition. Sold for $400.

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Stanley Kubrick 1967 Typed Letter Signed — ”…Things like this make you realize how pleasant physical violence must be as a short cut to problem-solving…”

Stanley Kubrick typed letter signed, dated 11 February 1967. Letter is addressed to New York University physicist and friend of the director, Jeremy Bernstein. Bernstein wrote a famous profile of Kubrick as he was making ”2001: A Space Odyssey” and the two remained friends. Reads in full: ”I’m awfully sorry about the NYU thing. Although your letters still have the customary lilt I can imagine what a rotten pain in the ass it has been. Things like this make you realize how pleasant physical violence must be as a short cut to problem-solving. Someday they’ll write about how NYU lost Bernstein who first discovered that Good’s Law was in fact correct. Anyway, I haven’t heard from Lederman. Which ‘delicious but elusive’ girl? All goes well…” Signed ”Stanley” in black ink. Letter on one page measures 8” x 10”. Minor toning and tape residue to verso, else near fine. Sold for $300.

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Stanley Kubrick Letter Signed — ”…I am sorry that the weaknesses of human nature seem also to exist on the academic level…”

Stanley Kubrick typed letter signed on his personal stationery, dated 28 November 1966, while he was working on ”2001: A Space Odyssey”. Letter is addressed to noted physicist and ”New Yorker” journalist Jeremy Bernstein, who profiled the director for the magazine. The two became friends while Kubrick was making ”2001”. Presumably, this letter relates to that article as it came out two weeks earlier. Reads in full: ”Dear Jeremy, The article seems to be a big hit. I’ve gotten quite a lot of letters from people I haven’t heard from, and even from some that I never expected to hear from again, all saying how much they like it. I am sorry that the weaknesses of human nature seem also to exist on the academic level. I do hope that things work out. Let me know. Everyone sends their love.” Signed in black ink, ”Stanley”. Letter on one page measures 7.25” x 10.5”. Two horizontal folds, light toning and tape remnants to verso, else near fine condition. Sold for $300.

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