The Affair at Carson's Creek

Jack Lewis (screenwriter)

N.p. N.p., Circa 1960s. Draft script for an unproduced television film. With the name "ILSE LAHN," a reader for the Paul Kohner Agency, in manuscript ink annotation on the front wrapper.

Bandit Samuel Thaddeus Tartar arrives in town, injured from a gunfight, forcing his mother to admit that she has lied about his profession for years to preserve both of their reputations. Screenwriter Jack Lewis was best known for "The Amazing Transparent Man" (1960) and for his prolific work in Western films, such as "Outlaw Gold" (1950), "Whistling Hills" (1951), and "Black Eagle of Santa Fe" (1965).

Set in the American West.

Mustard yellow generic Paul Kohner Talent Agency card wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Jack Lewis. Rear wrapper stamped No. 555 on the lower edge of the recto. 75 leaves, with last page of text numbered III-21. Carbon typescript, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads.

[Book #146419]