1954 · Los Angeles
Selznick Productions commonly issued "partial" scripts such as these for content review. We have never seen a more complete version of this title.
Shulman is best known for having created "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," a beloved television series that ran from 1959 to 1963, and the play "The Tender Trap" that became the basis for the 1955 Frank Sinatra film.
An fantastical adventure story, wherein a bored couple living in the fictitious town of Grainbelt, Minnesota encounters the opportunity to take a trip to New York City and claim an inheritance.
Orange titled wrappers, noted as Revised Script on the front wrapper, dated 10/21/54. 19 leaves on eye rest green stock, with last page of text numbered 108. Mimeograph duplication, with yellow revision pages throughout, all dated 10/15/54. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads. (Inventory #: 135948)