Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1975. Original pressbook for the 1975 film. An overshadowed noirish thriller from the New Hollywood director, Penn, who's notable credits include "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), "Little Big Man" (1970), and the existential Western, "Missouri Breaks" (1976).
Private eye Harry Moseby (Hackman), an ex-pro football player, is a workaholic with an unfaithful wife (Clark). An aging actress hires Harry to find her daughter Delly (Melanie Griffith, her first starring role), a runaway teen who's fled to Florida. While on the hunt, Harry has an affair of his own with Paula (Warren), and he succeeds in locating Delly. Although, his victory is not without consequences, and a mysterious underwater plane wreck further complicates Harry's journey.
Set in Florida, shot there on location.
11 x 14 inches, saddle-stapled, 12 pages plus 4-page insert, black-and-white throughout. Horizontal fold at the middle, else Near Fine.
Grant, p. 459. Hardy, p. 243. Silver, p. 432. Spicer, p. 433.
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