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The Devil and Miss Jones [screenplay] by  Norman Krasna - First Edition - 1940 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and Biblio.com

The Devil and Miss Jones [screenplay]

by Krasna, Norman

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Hollywood: RKO Radio Pictures, 1940. 158p., recto-only, 8.65x11 inches, very mild silverfish damage, perforated 3.75x7.25 inch section removed from Stenographic Department cover sheet otherwise very good original mimeograph manuscript stamped Final Script on cover with the number 286 marked near brads, and 60 at bottom corner, pink printed covers bound with three brass brads, single folded sheet on RKO letterhead with typed cast list. NOT the porn film! This is the final draft of the Academy Award-nominated screenplay by Krasna, a screwball comedy concerning a tycoon who goes undercover as a shoe clerk and a labor organizer and the girl who comes between them Starred Robert Cummings, Jean Arthur and Charles Coburn, one of two films completed by Krasna and Frank Ross. Released in 1941.


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