Le Fol Ete ou La Veritable Histoire de Pierrot-le-Fou [The Mad Summer or The True Story of Pierrot-le-Fou]
N.p. N.p., Unknown. Film treatment for an unproduced film. Included with the script is a typed English translation credited to Scot Finch. With a small holograph ink annotation on the front wrapper of the treatment, and a single holograph ink annotation deletion to the character list of the translation. Treatment text in French, translation in English.
A group of policemen reminisce about the rise to power of the late criminal Pierrot Loutrel, also known as Pierrot le Fou—"public enemy number one" in Paris after World War II. Screenwriters Yves Boisset and Claude Veillot enjoyed an extensive collaboration on mid-century crime, mystery, and thriller films, including "Coplan sauve sa peau" (1968), "R.A.S." (1973), "Le Juge Fayard dit Le Sheriff" (1977), "La Femme flic" (1980), and "Espion, leve-toi" (1982).
Set in France.
Blue untitled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Yves Boisset and Claude Veillot, with a CEDIC European Film Broadcasting Company stamp on the upper right corner. 67 leaves, with last page of text numbered 64. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, with perfect binding
Beige titled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Yves Boisset and Claude Veillot, and translator Scot Finch. 61 leaves, with last page of text numbered 58. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good, bound with two silver clips.
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