Enter Arsene Lupin
Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1944. Draft script for the 1944 film.
Based on the popular Arsene Lupin mystery series created by Maurice Leblanc. In this entry, roguish gentleman thief Lupin robs a young heiress of her jewels while on a train to England, but later reconsiders his actions and saves her life.
Set in England.
Tan titled wrappers, dated May 24, 1944, with credits for screenwriter Bertram Millhauser and character credits to Maurice Leblanc. Title page present, dated April 27, 1944, with credits for screenwriter Bertram Millhauser and character credits to Maurice Leblanc. 124 leaves, with last page of text numbered 117. Carbon typescript on onionskin stock, rectos only, with five blue revision pages bound in after the script, dated 10/24/44. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good, dry and brittle, with wear to the top and bottom edges of the front wrapper, bound with three gold brads.
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