This is an ORIGINAL Script from 1983 for the popular television film,

Night Partners

Director: Noel Nosseck

Screenplay by: Judy Merl & Paul Eric Myers

Elizabeth and Lauren are two Bakersfield housewives who volunteer to help the local police by working with crime victims to help catch criminals, starting with trying to find kidnap victim Sophie, and rape victim Jance.

The entire cast included:

Yvette Mimieux ... Elizabeth McGuire
Diana Canova ... Lauren Hensley
Arlen Dean Snyder ... Glen McGuire
M. Emmet Walsh ... Joe Kirby
Patty McCormack ... Sophie Metzman
Patti Davis ... Janice Tyler (as Patricia Davis)
Michael Cavanaugh ... Roy Henderson
Peter Brocco ... Katsulas
Larry Linville ... Chief John Wilson
Dick Anthony Williams ... Instructor
Nellie Bellflower ... Battered Wife
Dee Dee Bridgewater ... Gloria
Eb Lottimer ... Buzz Cochran
Cynthia Avila ... Rita Torres
Patrick Brennan ... Sam McGuire

This is the SHOOTING SCRIPT from January 26, 1983. It is complete 104 multi-colored pages.

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MORE INFO ON DIANA CANOVA: Diana Canova (born Diana Rivero on June 1,1953 in West Palm Beach, Florida) is an Americanactressbest known for her role ofnymphomaniacdaughter Corinne Tate onSoap, asitcomthat parodiedsoap operas, between 1977 and 1980. Her professional last name is taken from the maiden name of her mother, actress andsingerJudy Canova. She is a graduate of Hollywood High School.

In 1980, ABCexecutives offered Canova her own television series, starring alongside Danny Thomas in I'm a Big Girl Now. The show lasted just one season.

Canova's acting career entered a slump for years before she was cast as Sandy Beatty in Throb!, a successful sitcom which was broadcast in syndication from 1986 to 1988. She played "Jenny" in Stephen Sondheim's Broadway musical revival of Companyin 1995.

Canova spent a number of years as a member of the Church of Scientology, an organization she later began to criticize. She found the Scientologists straightforward in their desire for money, declaring in 1993 in aPremiermagazine interview, "The first time I walked in those doors, they said, 'Just give us all the money in your bank account.'" She also criticized the Church's counseling practice calledauditing, when she said "They're telling you, 'Don't spend $100 an hour on a shrink's couch, it'll ruin your mind.' Auditing is so much better?"

For the most part, Canova has retired from acting and is living in Connecticut. Her last role was in the 1998 movieOne True Thing.

MORE INFO ON YVETTE MIMMIEAUX: Yvette Carmen Mimieux (born January 8, 1942 (some sources state 1939) is a now-retired American movie and television actress. She was born inLos Angeles, Californiato aFrenchfather andMexicanmother, Carmen Montemayor.

In 1960, Mimieux appeared in the teen movieWhere The Boys Areas well asGeorge Pál's 1960 film version ofH.G. Wells' classic 1895 novel,The Time Machinein 1960, playing the character 'Weena', co-starringRod Taylor. This was followed byThe Light in the Piazza(1962) withOlivia de Havilland. In 1963, Mimieux appeared inDiamond HeadandToys in the Attic.

Many of the films in which she appeared after 1963 were both critical and commercial failures. She appeared in a 1964 episode ofDr. Kildareentitled "Tyger Tyger". She later appeared in numerous television series and made-for-television movies, one of which isThe Legend of Valentino(1975), where she playedRudolph Valentino's second wifeNatacha Rambova.

Mimieux staged a brief comeback in the 1976 film Jackson County Jail, as a falsely imprisoned woman victimized by a sadistic guard and featuring a graphic nude rape scene. The movie eventually became a minor cult hit which spawned many imitators in the "women in prison" genre.

In later life, Mimieux co-starred in the first PG-ratedWalt Disney Productionsfeature,The Black Hole. In 1984, she starred in Obsessive Love, a television movieabout a female stalker, which she co-wrote and co-produced. Her last film, in 1992, was Lady Boss. In one of her few forays into television, Yvette played Department store executive, Shane Bradley, on the short-lived drama,Berrenger's. Her character was romantically linked with the heir to the Berrenger store empire, Paul Berrenger (Ben Murphy).

Aside from her acting career, she is also an anthropologistand areal estateinvestor. She was married to film directorStanley Donenfrom 1972 to 1985, and is currently married to Howard Ruby (1986 "" present), a founding partner and current Chairman of R & B Enterprises (now known as Oakwood Worldwide). She has no children.

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