Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox, 1981. Final shooting script for the 1981 film "Death Hunt," directed by Peter Hunt and starring Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin. Actor Lee Marvin's leather-bound presentation copy, with Marvin's name in gilt at the bottom right corner of the front board, and is INSCRIBED on the first blank by producer Albert S. Ruddy: "Lee / Thank you for the first of hopefully many / Al Ruddy."
From Ronnie Gousman at California Bookbinding: for each of his films producer Al Ruddy had script copies leather bound for all cast and crew as gifts, this copy being one of them.
A terrific thriller set in the 1930s, wherein Canadian Mountie Lee Marvin is assigned to track down accused murderer and experienced wilderness trapper Bronson in the high passes of the Canadin Rockies.
Maroon leather with gilt titles and rule, with matching glossy endpapers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Potter and novelist Cruz-Smith. 112 leaves, photographically reproduced. Pages and binding about Fine. From the estate of Lee Marvin.