N.p. N.p. Draft script for an unproduced film. Laid in are six copies of the same page of dialogue. With a single notation in holograph ink.
Nat Perrin was a television and film comedy writer known for working with the Marx Brothers and his films "The Great Morgan" (1945) and "Song of the Thin Man" (1947).
The heat comes down on a bookie when he pisses off his handler, a police officer who pays his mortgage, a fact the gambler uses against the cop by bringing the issue to the newspaper, who run the story, much to the scorn of police officers across the city.
Set in New York.
Yellow titled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for Nat Perrin. 139 leaves, with last page of text numbered 137. Mechanical duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with three gold brads.