N.p. N.p., Unknown. Draft script for an unproduced film. With a few small holograph ink annotations throughout. Text in English.
A peaceful man lives a secret double life as a hired killer for a shadowy organization with murderous international dealings.
Roman-born screenwriter Sergio Corbucci rose to prominence in 1966 with his cult Spaghetti Western film "Django," a release considered to have set a new standard of violence in the genre. Corbucci is remembered one of Italy's most prolific exploitation directors, creating stylish, hyper-violent films in what is today known as the Euro Western and "poliziotteschi" genres, usually following lone antiheroes seeking retribution for past wrongs, as in "Navajo Joe" (1966), "Ringo and His Golden Pistol" (1966), and "The Cruel Ones" (1967), or left-leaning, proletarian protagonists, as in "The Mercenary" (1968), "The Specialists" (1969), and "Companeros" (1970).
Set in Paris and Rome.
Red untitled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters BRUNO CORBUCCI, MARIO AMENDOLA, and SERGIO CORBUCCI. 100 leaves, with last page of text numbered 101. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good plus, bound internally with two gold brads.