Girl on the Spot [Serenade for Murder]

Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1945. Draft script for the 1946 film "Girl on the Spot," here under its original title "Serenade for Murder," which is stricken through and replaced with "Girl on the Spot" written above in holograph pencil. Copy belonging to Executive Producer Milton Schwarzwald, with his name in holograph pencil to the front wrapper and his annotations throughout.

A woman witnesses a murder committed by a killer who happens to also be a Gilbert and Sullivan fan. The police then produce an entirely new Gilbert and Sullivan musical on Broadway for her to star in, so that while acting in the play she can identify the killer, who is guaranteed to be in the audience, of course! Peppered with eleven mildly relevant Gilbert and Sullivan numbers.

Tan titled wrappers, rubber-stamped copy No. 7302, dated MARCH 1, 1945. 98 leaves, mechanical duplication, with white revision pages throughout, dated 3/3/45 and 3/5/45. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good bound with three gold brads.

[Book #128372]

Price: $225.00