Los Angeles: Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS], Circa 1970s. Draft script for an unproduced television pilot.

A policeman is linked to a string of homicides in New York, causing consternation among the other squad members and pressure on the department from local politicians.

An unproduced venture by screenwriter Larry Cohen, best known for his blaxploitation films "Bone" (1972), "Black Caesar" (1973), and "Hell Up in Harlem" (1973), as well as several popular horror and science fiction films, including "It's Alive" (1974), "God Told Me To" (1976), and "The Stuff" (1985).

Set in New York.

Self wrappers. Title page present, undated, with credits for screenwriter Larry Cohen. 74 leaves, with last page of text numbered 72. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, with the first two leaves detached from the binding, partially bound with a single staple to the top left corner.

[Book #153679]