Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1974. Vintage press kit for the 1974 film. Included are sets of sheets detailing production information, an opening day announcement, interviews with director Bogdanovich and actress Cybill Shepherd, biographies of actors Barry Brown, James McMurtry, Eileen Brennan, Cloris Leachman, Cybill Shepherd, and director Bogdanovich, press column items, and insight into shooting on location.
Based on the 1878 novella by Henry James, which first appeared in Cornhill Magazine in two parts (June and July 1878), in book form (Harper and Brothers in the US) the following year.
An intense study in the rules of class boundaries, crossed with American-British dichotomies. Bogdanovich's faithful adaptation of James' story concerns the courtship of a beautiful but flirtatious American girl Daisy Miller (Shepherd) by a sophisticated, upper class British compatriot named Winterbourne (Brown). Miller's refusal to observe class boundaries in her flirtations leads Winterbourne to respond negatively to her—with dire consequences. Nominated for an Academy Award.
Nearly 100 pages of information, saddle or corner stitched, 8.5 x 11 inches, housed in a printed gold pocketed folder. Leaves Near Fine, folder Very Good.