Untitled typescript screenplay for an unproduced film

N.p. N.p., Unknown. Partial Draft script for an unproduced film by noted screenwriter Earl Felton. With a few holograph ink annotations, likely by Felton. Incomplete as issued, housed in a custom spring binder with Earl Felton's name embossed in gilt at the bottom right corner of the front board.

The prodigal son of a rancher comes home to take over the family business years after his father's death, to the chagrin of its greedy caretaker. Screenwriter Earl Felton was a prolific writer of Western films, including "Sierra Sue" (1941), "Heart of the Golden West" (1942), "Bandido" (1956), and "The Rawhide Years" (1956), and worked extensively with legendary director Richard Fleischer, most notably on "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" (1954).

Set in the American West.

Green untitled spring binder, with screenwriter Earl Felton's named embossed at the bottom right corner. Lacking title page, likely as issued. 60 leaves, incomplete, with last page of text numbered 60. Typescript, rectos only. Pages Very Good, with a strip of toning to the first few leaves, likely from a bookmark or page marker, wrapper Very Good, in a spring binder.

[Book #146484]