San Francisco: Zoetrope, 1981. Final Draft script for the 1981 musical film. Copy belonging to actress Lainie Kazan, with her name to the title page in holograph ink, and her holograph pencil annotations throughout. Laid in with the script is a single xerographically duplicated revision page with Kazan's holograph pencil and ink annotations, and an envelope for the Paradise Travel Agency covered with ink annotations regarding line changes, containing a flight coupon signed by Kazan.
Dreamy, flaky Frannie leaves her down-to-earth, unfaithful boyfriend Hank on their fifth anniversary. Over the course of 24 hours both have affairs with their "dream partners," but eventually realize their paramours can't hold a candle to their love for each other. Francis Ford Coppola's first directorial effort after his 1979 masterpiece "Apocalypse Now," shot on strikingly stylized sets at his newly opened Zoetrope Studios.
Red Zoetrope Studios wrappers, noted as FINAL DRAFT and production No. 032 on the front wrapper. Title page present, dated January 1, 1981, noted as FINAL DRAFT, with credits for director Francis Coppola [sic] and screenwriter Armyan Bernstein, and music credits to Tom Waits. 93 leaves, with last page of text numbered 92. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound internally with three gold brads.