A Woman Called Golda [A Woman Called Golda: Part I]

Culver City, CA: Harry Bennett Productions, 1981. Final Draft script for Part II the 1982 television movie (shown in two installments, at a length of 240 minutes). Winner of three Emmys, including Outstanding Lead Actress, and nominated for four more.

A biopic on the life of Israel's first female prime minister, Golda Meir, who tells her story at her old school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a child in Russia, her family moved to America to avoid persecution. Upon reaching adulthood, she moved to Palestine to work on a kibbutz. In 1969 she was elected Prime Minister and resigned following the Yom Kippur War of 1974.

Set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Russia, and Israel, shot on location in Israel.

White titled wrappers. Title page present, dated April 10, 1981, noted as Final Draft, with credits for screenwriter Harold Gast. 121 leaves, with last page of text numbered 117. Xerographically duplicated, first generation copy, with no copied punch holes. Pages Fine, wrapper Fine bound with two gold brads.

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