The Countess of Amalfi

Rome: Aquila Cinematogtafica, circa 1960s. Draft script for an unproduced film.

Based on a story from volume three of "De Novelle Della Pescara" or "The Stories of Pescara" by Gabriele D'Annunzio, published in 1902.

Don Giovanni makes a clamorous entrance into a production of "The Countess of Amalfi" in a makeshift theater inside an old military hospital in the small town, Pescara. He greatly admires Violetta, the opera's star, and hosts a party in her honor.

Set in Pescara, Italy.

Blue untitled wrappers. bright blue tape binding. Title page present, with credits for director Vittorio De Sica, screenwriter Cesare Zavattini and novelist Gabriele D'Annunzio. 96 leaves, with last page of text numbered 94. Mechanical duplication. Pages Fine, wrapper Fine, bound with blue binding tape.

[Book #144145]

Price: $75.00