Exterior Farm Drive up T. Mann meets Annie Scene 131 Night. Also features Archie aka Young Moonlight Graham (Frank Whaley). Exterior Ball field Wide Shots (Ray hits to Joe - That is is Shoeless Joe: Kevin Costner and Ray Liotta). Time permit Night Scene 50,51.Also important to note: The call sheets lists Ray Liotta as traveling from Dubuque to Los Angeles in addition to listing his scene (Ray hits to Joe) so this must have been Ray Liotta's last scene for Field of Dreams. And a Note is on the call sheet about the Cast and Crew photo being taken on set upon arrival.
So this was near the end of filming before the movie would step into cinema history as a classic film as there is also mention on the call sheet Yes, you may bring a guest to the wrap party!! Top of the call sheet is "Shoeless Joe" which was the original title that movie filmed under before having the name changed to Field of Dreams after production ended.Listed on the Field of Dreams production used call sheet are all the cast. Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, Gaby Hoffmann, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta (Shoeless Joe Jackson), Frank Whaley (young Moonlight Graham), Dwier Brown (John Kinsella), and ghost players Michael Millhoan, Steve Eastin, and Charles Hoyes. Bottom of call sheet features upcoming filming on 8/9 for exterior field and exterior ballfield.
Then 8/10 filming for interior Farm Bedroom, Interior store front / stairs and Interior Mann's loft. Call sheet measures roughly 8 1/2 x 14 when you unfold it as it is folded horizontally as this was done during production on location. It also has a vertical fold line down the middle (also from the time of production) and a slight quarter inch tear on the right side just at the horizontal fold line where it meets the edge - see photo.
Some creasing on call sheet from production use in 1988. The call sheet is a light blue color and not a normal white call sheet the light blue really doesn't show up in the photos that I took. It looks much more blue in person than the photos show. Usually the call sheets would printed on other colors besides white only when schedule revisions were done.
This isn't the case with this call sheet. Most of them on this day in 1988 were printed white and apparently the production ran low on white paper that particular day so this was printed on light blue paper.Again comes with a letter of authenticity from a Crew Member who worked on the film stating it is a production used call sheet from the movie set (100% authentic as it has been in a crew members personal collection since filming of Field of Dreams in 1988 and now it can be in your collection). I don't why when I take a still photo the light blue of the call sheet doesn't really come through. What is a original production used call sheet? Each film production will have a Master Call sheet (for each day of filming) that is filled out hand written like this that the studio keeps for their records - This is NOT THE MASTER CALL SHEET as that is always kept by the Studio. They make copies of the Master Call Sheet and it is these copies (Production used call sheets) that they then hand out to each cast and crew member for that day's filming during production of the movie. Each cast and crew member receives a production used call sheet for each day of filming. The public never gets to see these during filming as they tend to have sensitive information on them like which actors are working on a particular day, where, and the time that they are needed.
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