Woody Allen (director, screenwriter, starring)
Marshall Brickman (screenwriter)
Diane Keaton, John Beck, Marya Small (starring)

Culver City, CA: Culver City Studios, 1973. Third Revision Draft script for the 1973 film, with the name "Jim Woods" in manuscript ink on top right of front wrapper and page two of screenplay, likely uncredited Set Painter James T. Woods, with copy numbers "76" on top left of front wrapper, and "13" on top right of title page, in manuscript marker, and on back wrapper are numeric entries in manuscript ink. Following script is a one page "APPENDIX A -- TV PLATE -- LUNA'S PARTY," featuring dialogue between a mother and child regarding a holiday party.

Woody Allen is a health food store owner who is cryogenically frozen in 1973, only to be revived 200 years later to help lead a rebellion against an inept totalitarian government. Winner of a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation.

Shot on location in Colorado and California.

Beige titled wrappers. Title page present, dated March 1, 1973, noted as REVISION #3, with credits for screenwriters Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman. 131 leaves, with last page of text numbered 129. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with yellow and blue revision pages throughout. Pages Very Good plus with silverfish damage to outer edge of last 15 pages, wrapper Very Good plus with silverfish damage to outer edge of back wrapper, bound with two gold brads.

[Book #150822]