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The Wicked Dream of Paula Schultz ELKE SOMMER Bob Crane

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Sold Date: 04/01/2008
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Source: eBay

This is an ORIGINAL Script with REVISED Multi-Colored Pages, for the 1967 motion picture,

The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz


George Marshall

Screenplay by Ken Englund & Albert Lewin

Did you ever see a dream running? Jumping? Stripping? Hiding? Not hiding?

East German Olympic star (Miss Sommer) escapes from a lecherous East German propaganda minister (Werner Klemperer) by pole-vaulting over the Berlin Wall in her black-lace underthings. She is ultimately betrothed to a reformed American black-market operator (Bob Crane), who had previously tried to sell her to the East Germans and to the C.I.A.

The entire cast included:

Elke Sommer


Paula Schultz

Bob Crane


Bill Mason

Werner Klemperer



Joey Forman


Herbert Sweeney

John Banner



Leon Askin



Maureen Arthur


Barbara Sweeney

Robert Carricart



Theodore Marcuse



Larry D. Mann



John Myhers



Chanin Hale



Barbara Morrison



Benny Baker


Cab Driver

Fritz Feld



Script is the REVISED FINAL SCRIPT from February 27, 1968, it is complete with 152 pages. It has the name BERNIE ABRASON March 20, 1967. Great for the collector of Original SCRIPTS!

MORE INFO ON ELKE SOMMER: In the 1960s, while living in Beverly Hills, she and her then husband, Joe Hyams , believed their house to be haunted.

Has been Miss Viareggio.

Cousin of Gudy Somer .

Hosted the 1981 Miss Universe pageant along with Bob Barker .

When she appeared in Carry on Behind (1975), she received £30,000. She became one of the only two actors in the films (with Phil Silvers ) to receive the highest ever Carry On salary. Kenneth Williams only received £5,000, a sixth of what she received.

After becoming "Miss Viareggio" during a holiday in Italy, she was discovered by director Vittorio De Sica (1958).

Performed as a singer and released some records.

Currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and works as a painter, mostly influenced by Marc Chagall .

She's the daughter of a Lutheran minister who died when she was only fourteen.

MORE INFO ON BOB CRANE: Bob Crane was born in Waterbury, CT, the youngest of two sons. In school, he was known for being a class clown, and an intense music lover. His favorites were jazz and big band. Bob's specialty was the drums. After dropping out of high school, he turned his attention to his love for music. He became a drummer with the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra for about a year. He was later dismissed for not being "serious enough." In 1949, Bob married Ann Terzian, his high school sweetheart. They had three children- Bob Jr, Debbie, and Karen. In 1956, Bob and his family left the east, and moved out west to California. T he began a lengthy, successful career in radio. He worked at KNX radio, and became "king of the airwaves" in Los Angeles. His radio program became a huge success, the most listened to on the air. This was due to Crane's personality and humor. Hollywood's biggest and brightest were frequently interviewed by Bob on his show, including Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Marvin Gaye, Mary Tyler Moore, and Bob Hope. In the midst of his success, Bob's true goal was to make it big as an actor. He began to make guest appearances on such shows as "The Dick Van Dyke Show", and "The Twilight Zone." He also appeared in the 1961 films "Return to Peyton Place" and "Man-Trap." In 1963, Bob got a role on the popular "Donna Reed Show," as Dr. Dave Kelsey. After two years, the producers let him go, s...
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