Made in the 1920s, using locations around Haworth, the film was made by the Ideal Film Company and was the first ever adaptation of Emily Brontë novel.
However, no survivig copy of the film has been found, despite many enquiries over the years by the Brontë Parsonage.
The script, bought from a book dealer in West Sussex, was used by the director Arthur Victor Bramble and contains 22 pages of production notes including his annotations, along with details of costumes and locations used in each scene and press cuttings.
There are original stills of the film crew carrying their equipment and shots of the child actors.
The script will go on display in the Brontë Parsonage Museum early next year. yorkshirepost