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Ernest Hemingway (story)
Larry Cohen (screenwriter)

N.p. N.p., Circa 1960s. Draft script for an unproduced television episode. Incomplete as issued.

Based on Ernest Hemingway's 1925 short story, about a young man dealing with discontent and malaise while living with his family after returning from World War I.

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 Oklahoma.

Self wrappers. Title page present, undated, with credits for story writer Ernest Hemingway and screenwriter Larry Cohen. 13 leaves, not numbered. Carbon typescript, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, unbound.

[Book #153707]