New York: Harold Ober Associates, 1985. First Draft script for an unproduced film, with a few copied annotations of dialogue changes and vertical lines separating dialogue in split screen sequences.
From the estate of film producer Elliott Kastner, whose best known credits include "The Long Goodbye” (Robert Altman, 1973), "The Missouri Breaks" (Arthur Penn, 1976), and “Heat” (Michael Mann, 1996).
The genie Haraz, sentenced to twenty thousand years in a lamp for his mischievousness, is inadvertently awakened when Chip and Jean Benson's kids, Maggie and Luke polish what they think is a teapot.
Black untitled wrapper with HAROLD OBER ASSOCIATES label with title. Title page present, dated December 1985, noted as First-draft, with credits for screenwriter Jeff Brown. 137 leaves, with last page of text numbered 135. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, with some creasing and light offsetting at spine, bound internally with three gold brads.