Los Angeles: Selznick International, 1947. Post-production Censorship Cuts script for the 1946 film, dated July 31, 1947, with text printed vertically.
Based on Niven Busch's 1944 novel of the same name. Lavish "epic" Western from Selznick, who saw the film as a definite successor to his monumental "Gone With the Wind" (1939), and held in high regard by some of today's finest filmmakers. Nominated for two Academy Awards.
Set in Texas, shot on location in Arizona and California.
Gray titled wrappers, noted as Censorship Cuts on the front wrapper. Title page integral with first page, dated July 31, 1947, noted as Censorship Cuts. Four leaves, with last page of text numbered 4. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper near Fine, bound internally with three gold brads.
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