Great ORIGINAL Script from Bob Banner Associates. It is ALL ORIGINAL with 103 Multi-colored Pages. This Script has the original title embossed on the cover and scratched out, THE DAVID HARTMAN STORY. This script is from the 1975 Television Movie Drama,

Journey from Darkness

A blind student struggles to get accepted into medical school. Made for television, Journey From Darkness is based on the true story of medical student David Hartman. Marc Singer plays David, a brilliant scholar who under normal circumstances would be accepted into medical school without a hitch. But David has been blind since birth, a fact that has been closing doors on him all his life. As the boy receives rejection after rejection, his family and girl friend (Kay Lenz) try to be supportive, but David's bitterness threatens to overwhelm him. The happy ending of Journey From Darkness does not diminish the dramatic punch of the scenes detailing David Hartman's pain and frustration.

Director: James Goldstone

Writers: Peggy Chantler Dick (screenplay), Peggy Chantler Dick (story)

Stars: Marc Singer, Kay Lenz, Wendell Burton


Marc Singer ... David Hartman
Kay Lenz ... Sherry Williams
Wendell Burton ... Mike
William Windom ... Dr. Cavaliere
Joseph Campanella ... Dr. Schroeder
Jack Warden ... Fred Hartman
Dorothy Tristan ... Ida Mae Hartman
Dirk Benedict ... Bill
Nancy Wolfe ... Bobbi Hartman
Marcia Strassman ... Nancy
Wynn Irwin ... Danny
Christian Juttner ... Danny (age 8)
Alison Leeman ... Bobbi (age 10)

This Script is the Revised copy from December 21, 1974. Great Script if you like 70's dramas or its stars!

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MORE INFO ON MARC SINGER: Marc Singer (born January 29, 1948) is a Canadian-born American actor best known for his roles in the Beastmaster film series, as Mike Donovan in the original 1980s TV series V, and his role in Dallas as Matt Cantrell.

Singer was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and was raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. He has two brothers (Claude and Greggory) and one sister (Lori). Several of his family members are performers. His father, Jacques Singer, was a symphony conductor, his mother, Leslie, a concert pianist, and his sister, Lori, is an actress and cellist. His cousin, Bryan, is a noted film producer/director.

Before the height of his career, Singer appeared in the sequel to the miniseries Roots as Col. Warner's elder son Andy. He had originally auditioned for the role Jim Warner, but the producers felt he was better suited for the Andy Warner role.

He found fame in the early 80s with the movie The Beastmaster and its sequels, in which he played the title role, and as Mike Donovan in the 1983 miniseries V, the 1984 sequel V: The Final Battle, and the TV series V: The Series.

Other roles include the 1982 film If You Could See What I Hear (where he portrayed blind musician Tom Sullivan), Body Chemistry, Something for Joey (as football star John Cappelletti), Watchers II, High Desert Kill, The Fier, Go Tell the Spartans and Dead Space, as well as General Klaus Von Kraut in A Man Called Sarge.

Singer voiced the character of Man-Bat on Batman: The Animated Series. He has guest-starred on television series, such as Dallas, The Twilight Zone, The Hitchhiker, Murder, She Wrote, The Young and the Restless, The Ray Bradbury Theater and Highlander: The Series.

Singer is active in theater and played Petruchio in the American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.) production of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, as well as Christian in Cyrano de Bergerac. Both Taming of the Shrew and Cyrano were filmed.

Singer was the first choice for the role of Connor MacLeod in Highlander, but he turned it down because of his commitment on V: The Series. He was also the first choice for the role of Whistler in Blade.

Singer appeared in the last episode of Season 2 of the new version of V, airing on March 15, 2011, however, instead of reprising his role of Mike Donovan, he plays a new character called Lars Tremont. He will be in a recurring role as General Matthew Shrieve on The CW's television series Arrow's third season.

MORE INFO ON KAY LENZ: Kay Ann Lenz (born March 4, 1953) is an American actress. A former child performer, Lenz has worked primarily in television and has won two Emmy Awards.

Lenz was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Ted Lenz, a producer/commentator father and Kay Miller Lenz, a model/radio engineer mother. She began working as a child actress, appearing in such television shows as The Andy Griffith Show (under the stage name Kay Ann Kemper), Opie's Group (1967) as well as in stage productions. She made a brief appearance (billed as Kay Ann Kemper) in a small role in American Graffiti (1973) as Jane, a girl at a dance. She achieved recognition for her title-role performance as the free spirit who captivates William Holden in Breezy, directed by Clint Eastwood.

Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man in 1976, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award. She reprised her role for the sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II (1977). Since the 1980s, she has played guest roles in numerous television series.

In 1984 she appeared in Rod Stewart's music video for the song "Infatuation". She won an Emmy in 1989 for Midnight Caller.

Lenz was the first wife of singer-actor David Cassidy. They married on April 3, 1977, and divorced on December 28, 1983, She has no children.

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