N.p. N.p., 1976. Original Treatment script for the 1977 Italian giallo film.
Director John Huston's copy. Laid in is a typed letter signed, dated January 28, 1977, from noted agent Paul Kohner on Kohner's stationery, encouraging Huston to read the script and consider directing the film: "Dear John, / Please find enclosed copy of the screenplay of PYJAMA GIRL / the Australian project about which we spoke this evening. / Fondly / Paul / P.S. / This is not yet a firm offer, John, but it may well be one by Monday."
Huston did not direct the film, instead it became an Italian-Spanish co-production, shot in Australia, and directed by Flavio Mogherini, based on one of Australia’s most famous unsolved murders.
A little seen but curious entry into the giallo canon, lacking the usual shocking moments of most giallos, the film would not receive a wide release, or any at all in the US, until 2006 DVD by Blue Underground
Teal titled wrappers. Title page present, dated September 1976, with credits for screenwriters Pupi Avati, Antonio Avati, and Flavio Mogherini. 133 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 130. Mechanical duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with silver spring binding.
Blue Underground. Howarth, So Deadly, So Perverse II.