Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1971. Final script for the 1973 film. Copy belonging to producer Tony Bill, with his signature in black holograph ink at the top right corner: "Tony Bill director/producer." Included is a typed letter of provenance signed by Bill.
The second pairing between Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland, in which the two are members of a group of misfits seeking to fix up an amphibious plane in order to escape a society they find constricting.
From Wikipedia: Fonda, Sutherland and Boyle were active in anti-war activities when the film was made, and as a result it did not receive wide release or much publicity. It remains memorable, however, for its oddball characters, anti-establishment message, and 1970s sensibilities. "Steelyard Blues" found a warm reception among college students and non-conformists. With a soundtrack by musicians Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Nick Gravenites, Maria Muldaur and others. Shot on location throughout California.
Yellow titled wrappers, noted as FINAL on the front wrapper, dated April 26, 1971, with credits for screenwriter Ward. Title page present, dated April 26, 1971, with credits for screenwriter Ward and producers Bill and Phillips. 103 leaves, photocopy. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound internally with two gold brads.