London: n.p., 1968. Original ribbon copy typescript screenplay, with two sets of comments from script readers, for an unproduced film, "Girl," written for the screen by Donald Ford and Derek Ford. From the collection of British director Robert Hartford-Davis, with whom the Ford brothers worked on several films during the 1960s.
This script was intended to be something of a satiritcal update to John Schlesinger's "Darling," which opened to huge success in the UK in 1965. White self-wrappers, with a credit for screenwriters Donald and Derek Ford, dated March 1968.
101 leaves, ribbon copy typescript with overtyped corrections throughout. Also included are: (1) comments from John Brittany regarding the script; 3 leaves, top-stitched, mimeograph, and (2) comments from Ted Hooker regarding the script (holograph note at the top of the first page reads, "Additional notes and suggestions written by Ted Hooker. Jan '70"); 3 leaves, top-stitched, ribbon copy typescript. All three documents Very Good plus with minor handling and wear. Held in a contemporary tall blue cloth spring back binder.