An Hour To Kill

Larry Cohen (screenwriter)

Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC], Circa 1960s. Treatment script for an unproduced television film. Signed by screenwriter Larry Cohen on the title page, with Cohen's manuscript ink annotations throughout, noting both substantive and editorial revisions. Title page on National Broadcasting Company letterhead.

An unhappily married man is forced to defend his wife and home during a violent robbery.

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 Cedar Basin, Arizona.

Self wrappers. Title page present, undated, with credits for screenwriter Larry Cohen. 22 leaves, not numbered. Carbon typescript, rectos only. Pages Very Good plus, bound with a paper clip.

[Book #153708]