N.p. N.p., Circa 1979. Draft script for an unproduced film, likely a first draft.
Based on James Crumley's 1978 gritty masterwork of crime fiction, featuring Crumley's recurring detective C.W. Sughrue scouring America's sleazy underbelly in search of a girl gone missing from Haight-Ashbury a decade earlier.
After Walter Hill's critical and commercial success with "Warriors" (1979), and the critical success of "The Long Riders" (1980), he focused his energies on adapting "The Last Good Kiss," in which he was hoping to cast Nick Nolte. Unfortunately the project was shelved and Hill went on to make "Southern Comfort," a critical success but commercial failure. Hill continued to shop "The Last Good Kiss" over the next decade without success.
Brown untitled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter and director Walter Hill, author James Crumley, and producer Sidney Beckerman. 124 leaves, with last page of text numbered 123. Mimograph duplicaton, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, with faint creasing, bound internally with three gold brads.