Exhibitor's campaign manual for "To Have and Have Not", starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, directed by Howard Hawks and adapted by William Faulkner and Jules Furthman.

[Burbank, CA: Warner Bros, 1944].

Price: $600.00

About the item

12a, [3]-14 pp. Folio. Original side-stapled glossy wrappers. Wrappers good only with extensive tape repair to margin of wrappers, horizontal fold, internally very good.

Item #315212

Promotional material for the 1945 film "To Have or Have Not," featuring 12 pages of adveristing and poster material, and fourteen pages of articles about the film and its performers. The screenplay was adapted from Hemingway's "worst book" (in Hawks' estimation) by Jules Furthman and William Faulkner, the latter's participation making it the only film on which two winners of the Nobel Prize have ever collaborated. It was Bacall's debut film, and where she and Bogart first met.
Faulkner wrote the second revised final version of the script, and was responsible for its change of setting from Cuba to Martinique.