Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Revised Final script for the 1967 film. An original screenplay by hard-boiled novelist Howard Browne.
By 1967, Roger Corman had worked his way up from the "guerilla-style" filmmaking that launched the careers of many of the greatest actors, writers, and directors of the 1970s and 1980s to making "A" pictures for major studios. This film is yet another example of Corman making successful use of a talented underdog, the great Howard Browne.
Red titled wrappers with black titles, with the Twentieth Century-Fox logo at the bottom center, and "The Corman Company" (Corman's production entity at the time) just above. Dated October 11, 1966, 153 pages, marked REVISED FINAL on the front wrapper and the title page. Pages are "eye-rest" green throughout. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus.