Woodland Hills, CA: N.p., Circa 1980s. Treatment script for an unproduced film called "Charlie Chaplin" or "My Father, Charlie Chaplin," written by Margaret Rau and Susan Martinov (wife of Chaplin, Jr.), and based on the 1960 autobiographical book, "My Father, Charlie Chaplin," by Charles Chaplin, Jr., with help from Rau. All pages photocopied, including a few that have annotations made presumably by Martinov.
A story set in London, told in flashbacks, from Chaplin's early days in the late 1890s to "The Great Dictator" in 1940, and ahead to the early 1970s, Chaplin's final years.
Orange stiff wrappers, noted as MY FATHER CHARLIE CHAPLAIN [sic] in holograph ink on the front wrapper. Title page present, noted as "Treatment from the book, "My Father, Charlie Chaplin," with credits for screenwriters Margaret Rau and Susan Martinov, and a registry number with the Writers Guild of America. 101 leaves, with last leaf of text unumbered. Xerographically reproduced. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, internal prong binding.