by Wasserman, Dale; lyrics by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh
New York: Random House. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1966). First Edition. Hardcover. [nice copy, very slight wear to cloth at spine ends, extremely light bumping to top corners; jacket shows moderate rubbing, some fading to spine]. (B&W photographs) Musical adaptation of "Don Quixote," which premiered in 1965 with Richard Kiley in the title role, and was adapted for the big screen in 1972, with Peter O'Toole and Sophia Loren. Although not marked or signed in any way, this book was obtained from the estate of Arthur Hiller, director of the 1972 film version. [A couple of NOTES: (1) As usual with published versions of musical plays, this incudes the lyrics of the songs but NOT the music. (2) The jacket is unclipped, with a printed price of $3.95 and the printing code 8/66 on the front flap; these are the only reliable indicators of the true first edition, as the book club issue of this title also states "First Printing" on the copyright page.] . (Inventory #: 22386)
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