Stand Up and Be Counted

Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1971. Estimating script for the 1972 film.

Actor Jackie Cooper's directorial debut, a humorous set of stories that follow multiple women. One of the first major Hollywood films on the Women's Liberation movement, it contains depictions of militant women's rights groups, mass political demonstrations, and women who shirk traditional familial structures, though due to its humor the film is often critically considered to have touched on the movement in a largely shallow manner.

Set in Denver, and shot there on location.

Pale pink titled wrappers. Title page present, dated July 9, 1971, noted as ESTIMATING SCRIPT, with credits for screenwriter Slade. 112 leaves, mimeograph duplication, on eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound internally with three gold brads.

[Book #130202]

Price: $475.00