A Touch of Class

London: Brut Productions / NBC, 1973. British Draft script for the 1973 film. Included are 4 vintage double weight black-and-white reference photographs of Glenda Jackson from the film.

A romantic comedy with a touch of pathos that was a box-office hit on both sides of the Atlantic, in which George Segal and Glenda Jackson can't seem to stop running into one another, and finally bow to the inevitable. Jackson won the Oscar for Best Actress, and the film was nominated for 4 others, including Best Picture, Best Music, and Best Screenplay.

Green titled wrappers with die-cut title window (in the British style for this period). Title page present, with credits for director-screenwriter Frank and screenwriter Rose, along with Connaught Productions in England. 137 leaves, eye-rest green, mechanical duplication, rectos only. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two silver brads. In a custom quarter leather clamshell box. Photos with cropping annotations on the versos, and two with "Films in London" rubber stamps on the versos, else Near Fine overall.

[Book #142115]

Price: $950.00