By Herman Raucher
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11.5" by 9" [6], 2-122, [122pp]
A very scarce and unique first draft typed screenplay by Herman Raucher, from the library of the fellow writer Fleur Cowles.
By Herman Raucher

1969 Tiger Flower First Draft Screenplay

None   None
11.5" by 9" [6], 2-122, [122pp]
A very scarce and unique first draft typed screenplay by Herman Raucher, from the library of the fellow writer Fleur Cowles.
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: 0.5kgs / : 831P16

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Description

Original Binding, Very Scarce

A very scarce and unique work.

The typed first draft screenplay by Herman Raucher, based on the novel of the same name by Robert Vavra.

This is a very unique screenplay of an unproduced film. In the introduction Raucher declares that this film is for both children and adults, with each audience finding something different in the film.

Raucher was an American author and screenwriter, best known today for the autobiographical screenplay and novel 'Summer of '42', which was one of the highest grossing films and best selling novels of the 1970s.

Bookplate of Fleur Cowles to the front paste down. Cowles provided the illustrations of Vavra's original novel. Cowles was an American writer, editor, and artist. Today she is best remembered for the short-lived magazine 'Flair'.

Text and pagination to the recto of each leaf only.

Condition

In the original limp paper binding with two studs. Externally, smart. A little bumping to the head and tail of the spine. Bookplate to the front paste down. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.

Fine

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