Los Angeles: Beacon Productions, 1946. Final Draft script for the 1947 film. Copy likely belonging to an uncredited costume designer, with notations in holograph pencil throughout.
Groucho Marx's first solo film appearance, and his first with a real mustache as opposed to one made with grease paint. Marx plays an incompetent theatrical agent whose only client is Carmen Miranda, in her first film after leaving Twentieth Century-Fox, and who he tries to pass off as two different performers.
Set in New York City, and shot there on location.
Tan titled wrappers, noted as Final Draft on the front wrapper, dated October 28, 1946. Title page integral with the first page of the text. 97 leaves, with last page of text numbered 97. Mimeograph on pink stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Good, bound with two silver brads.