New York: Dove Productions, 1976. Third Draft script for an unproduced film. Laid in is a photocopied letter from casting director RoseMari St. Charles to Paul Kohner, dated September 24, 1976. The memo makes mention of several possibilities for casting the film, including Charlie Sheen and Joanne Woodward.
A hardboiled detective tale featuring a private investigator who was formerly a street tough in a seemingly distant life. Victor Bertini is a director and writer primarily known for his work in exploitation, sexploitation and pornography, notably with "Playpen Girls" (1967), "She's Doing it Again" (1969), and "Gathering of Evil" (1969).
Set in New York.
Black untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated 1976, noted as Third Draft, with credits for screenwriters Victor Bertini, Tom Paris, and Jeffrey M. Wallmann. 149 leaves, with last page of text numbered 148. Xerographically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound internally with a spring binding.