New York: Louis de Rochemont Associates, 1963. Third Draft script for an unproduced film about John Knox, the Scottish clergyman and theologian, considered to be the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland. Screenwriter Sloane (credited as Sloan here) was a screenwriter and wardrobe consultant, whose film credits include "Martin Luther" (1953), "Stalag 17" (1953), "The Monster That Challenged the World" (1957), and a host of television movies and episodes.
Presumed the only screen treatment on Knox, the leader of the Protestant Reformation.
Titled self wrappers, noted as Third Draft on the front wrapper, dated March 15, 1963, with credits for screenwriter Sloane (as Sloan), and presenter Lothar Wolff. 109 leaves, with last page of text numbered 108. Mechanical duplication. Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.