New York: Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1982. Press kit distributed by the Publicity Department of Paramount: Printed folder containing fourteen 8x10 inch black-and-white stills from the film, each with printed caption on Paramount letterhead folded around image; and "Handbook of Production Information," 4to, 29 pages, stapled in printed wrappers. In fine condition save a few small stains on folder. Item #405848
An original publicity pack for the Eddie Murphy-Nick Nolte hit film from 1982, directed by Walter Hill. Executive producer D. Constantime Conte, produced by Lawrence Gordon and Joel Silver, written by Roger Spottiswoode and Walter Hill & Larry Gross and Steven E de Souza.The text handbook details the production credits, story, cast, composer, editors, production designer, cinematographer, writers, director. and producers.
'48 Hours' is often credit as being the first of the "buddy cop" genre, and was nominated and won several critical awards. This was Eddie Murphy's film debut, and therefore these are among the earliest film stills to feature the actor.