Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1986. Archive of five original architectural blueprints for location shooting purposes relating to the 1986 comedy film. Each blueprint numbered one through five (out of five), labeled "Ext. Pazzo Mansion," with the Beverly Hills address of the house, and credits for director Blake Edwards, production designer Roger Maus, and others.
The blueprints detail both interiors and exteriors for sections of the house, as well as indicated places where the existing house would be augmented by new set construction. The location was used as the home of Paul Servino's mob boss character, Tony Pazzo, and his wife Claudia Pazzo, played by Maria Conchita Alonso.
A remake of Laurel and Hardy's classic 1932 short, "The Music Box," about two friends who overhear a plot to fix a horse race and try to capitalize on it, while being pursued by both the mob fixers and the police.
36 x 24 inches. Stapled on the left edge, and rolled. Very Good plus.