Culver City, CA: Tri-Star [TriStar] Pictures, 1984. Revised final script and shooting schedule for the 1984 film. Copy belonging to an uncredited crew member, with his holograph notations throughout in blue ink.
Doc Jenkins (Willie Nelson) is an aspiring singer/songwriter whose ambition is thwarted by a bad contract with a record label. With the help of former singing partner Blackie Buck (Kris Kristofferson), they execute a plan to fix the deal. Based loosely on Nelson's own freewheeling career, with a smattering of musical numbers throughout, of course. Shooting schedule still retains credit for director Steve Rash, who was replaced by Alan Rudolph.
Set in Nashville, shot on location in Austin, Texas. Nominated for an Academy Award.
Blue untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated September 12, 1983, noted as REVISED FINAL SCRIPT, with credits for screenwriter Shrake. 126 leaves, with last page of text numbered 65. Photographically reproduced. Pages Fine, wrapper about Fine bound with three gold brads.