So Evil My Love
Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1948. Post-Production Superimposed Spotted List and Combined Dialogue script for the 1948 film. Single holograph notation in pen on the front wrapper.
Based on the 1947 novel. In 1890s London, the widow of a missionary falls for an amoral grifter who lodges at her boarding house. He soon drags her into his nefarious schemes, eventually manipulating her into blackmailing and stealing from her enfeebled childhood friend. The first Paramount picture to be shot in postwar England, and a Gaslight noir classic.
Set and shot on location in England.
Tall white titled self wrappers, noted as Superimposed Spotted List and Combined Dialogue script on the front wrapper, dated April 26, 1948. Title page integral on the front wrapper. 106 leaves, with last page of text numbered 106. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with light soil and edgewear, side stapled.
Grant Worldwide. Silver and Ward Classic Noir.
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