Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1947. Temporary Draft script for the 1948 film. Laid in is nine pages of test material. Copy belonging to Robert Arthur, who played Ken McLaughlin, with his name in holograph ink on the front wrapper.
A mare has been lured away by a wild stallion, angering the mare's owner, Beaver Greenway, a horse owner with a drinking problem. Meanwhile, Ken McLaughlin (Arthur) returns home with a new horse who has developed altitude sickness. Based on the third book in Mary O'Hara's "My Friend Flicka" trilogy. Nominated for one Academy Award.
Set in Wyoming, shot on location in Wyoming, Utah, and Ohio, USA.
Green titled wrappers, noted as Temporary on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 38 and production No. 133, dated March 5, 1947. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page present, dated March 5, 1947, noted as Temporary Script, with credits for Martin Berkeley. 164 leaves, with last page of text numbered 162. Mimeograph duplication. Pages Very Good with dampstaining at the fore-edge of the first several leaves, wrapper Very Good with dampstaining to the front wrapper, bound internally with two gold brads.