The Man Without a Country

Edward Everett Hale (short story)

Los Angeles: Vanguard Films, 1944. Original story script for an unproduced film, Edward Everett Hale's unedited 1863 short story "The Man Without a Country," here reproduced by Vanguard Films, dated August 7, 1944.

Hale's short story was first published in the December 1863 issue of The Atlantic. The story has been adapted four times for film. First in 1917, directed by Ernest C. Warde, and starring Florence La Badie and Holmes Herbert, again in 1918, under the title "My Own United States," directed by John W. Noble, and starring Arnold Daly, in 1937, directed by Crane Wilbur, and starring John Litel and Gloria Holden, and most recently, in the 1973 television film, directed by Delbert Mann, and starring Cliff Robertson and Beau Bridges.

Blue titled wrappers, dated August 7, 1944, with credits for author Edward Everett Hale. Title page integral with first page, with credits for author Edward Everett Hale. 28 leaves, with last page of text numbered 28. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with three small metal brads.

[Book #151748]