N.p. N.p., circa 1946. Treatment script for an unproduced film.
A wounded Polish soldier is treated by a Jewish doctor in World War I, and impregnates the doctor's daughter before he is sent back home. The same Jewish doctor treats him again years later when he is found disfigured in the wreckage of an attack on Jews by Polish forces, now pitted against each other, and the doctor gives him a Jewish name and face out of spite. The man lives only briefly with the doctor, daughter, and child, before he is killed protecting the family from another attack by troops he had previously belonged to.
Tan cloth-look wrappers, with the A and S Lyons agency information on the front wrapper. Title page present, with credits for Ladislas Fodor. 36 leaves, mimeograph duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus bound internally with three gold brads.