Ottawa: Canadian Broadcast Corporation, 1982. Treatment script for an unproduced film.
W.O. Mitchell, one of Canada's best-loved writers originally wrote the play "Back to Beulah" which was produced as a television film in 1974 and for the stage in 1976. In 1978, the play won the Chalmers Award. It is the story of three patients moved out of the mental hospital and into a halfway house. This treatment was for an intended American adaptation, retitled as "Listen to Me" and released in 1982, but since remains unmade.
Clear untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated September 29, 1982, with credits for screenwriter and playwright W.O. Mitchell and screenwriter Eric Till. Ten leaves. Xerographically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus unbound.