Black and White

O'Gorman, John, G.E. Moore (screenwriters)

N.p. N.p., 1962. Original treatment script for an unproduced film. Also included as well are an unbound version of the synopsis, lacking the last leaf and a catalog of photographic mounts housed in an envelope addressed to Mr. Moore in Sussex. From the estate of screenwriter, G.E. Moore

A body is found in the river in a small town and is identified by her clothes as a young woman named Susan White. The coroner determines cause of death as Death by Misadventure. Soon after, another young woman returns to the town claiming to be Susan White, and that whoever is buried in her grave is an impostor.

Set in Birmingham.

Self wrappers, dated May 1962, with credits for screenwriters John O'Gorman and George Moore. 17 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 16. Carbon typescript. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, side stapled with two staples.

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