The Detective

Douglas, Gordon (Director); Abby Mann (Screenwriter); Roderick Thorp (Novel); Frank Sinatra, Lee Remick (Starring)

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Title: The Detective
Publisher: Twentieth Century-Fox
Binding: Paperback
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Douglas, Gordon (director); Abby Mann (screenwriter); Roderick Thorp (novel); Frank Sinatra, Lee Remick (starring)
Published by Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles (1967)
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Book Description Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles, 1967. Revised Final script for the 1968 film. Based on the 1966 novel of the same name by Roderick Thorp. Sinatra's fourth collaboration with Douglas and a box office success, with Sinatra playing a brooding detective, embroiled in a case that uncovers deep police corruption within the department. One of the first mainstream Hollywood films to include homosexual themes prominently in its storyline.Sinatra's then-wife Mia Farrow was originally slated for the part of Norma MacIver, but when filming for Farrow's film "Rosemary's Baby" lagged behind schedule, she was replaced by Jacqueline Bisset, Sinatra then vengefully served Farrow with divorce papers sent directly to the set of her film. In 1979 Thorp wrote a sequel to "The Detective," entitled "Nothing Lasts Forever," which would go on to be adapted into the iconic 1988 film "Die Hard" starring Bruce Willis.Set in New York, and shot on location there and in California.Red titled wrappers, noted as REVISED FINAL on the front wrapper, marked copy No. 116, dated October 5, 1967. Title page present, dated October 5, 1967, noted as REVISED FINAL, with credits for screenwriter Mann and novelist Thorp. 177 leaves, mechanically reproduced on eye-rest green stock, with blue revision pages throughout, dated variously between 9/7/67 and 12/4/67. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good bound internally with three gold brads. Seller Inventory # 132193

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