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Sutton West and Santa Barbara: Paget Press, 1984. First Edition. One of ca.20 copies marked "Special Presentation Copy" on the colophon. Octavo; 3/4 black paper, printed in 3 colors over red cloth backstrip spattered in black and yellow paint, with title label applied to spine; original acetate overlay; 162pp, ; illus; signed by Bukowski opposite the colophon, with an original marker drawing by him applied to verso of half-title. Some inevitable offset from marker drawing onto half-title and title pages, with a tiny indentation above the 'B' on spine label, else Fine in a lightly shelf-worn acetate overlay. First English language edition, the most limited issue of Bukowski's screenplay commissioned by Barbet Schroeder. Krumhansl 90d.
Los Angeles: Cannon Films, 1987. Fourth Revision . 3 Hole Punched Leaves. Fine/None Issued. 4to. Printed on green paper: Dated 01/26/87 (Green revision). SIGNED by Bukowski on the title leaf (with a small drawing). The number 96 is written in red at head of title page. Bukowski signed a very small number of these scripts - this is the 4th we have noted over the years.
Sutton West & Santa Barbara: The Pagnet Press [0-920348-44-0] 1984, 1st Deluxe edition. (hardcover) 161pp, . Fine. 8vo. Three quarter black paper boards, red cloth backstrip. Illustrated by Bukowski. The lightest possible shelf wear to bottom edge, else a spectacularly fine copy, entirely unblemished. In protective acetate jacket. Signed Presentation Copy, numbered 3 / 7 on colophon and signed by Bukowski opposite. The colophon does not mention 7 numbered "Presentation Copies", rather it lists that "200 Deluxe Copies have been signed and numbered by the Author" and "20 special copies have been handbound and signed by Charles Bukowski"..
BARBET SCHROEDER. MARINA DEL REY 1980. Fine. 1980. First Edition. (Stated NEW DRAFT "Jazz Soup" version) Fine in mechanically reproduced vellobound sheets in black card covers, with "Barfly" stamped in gold on cover) Precedes the final realized film by seven years & the Canadian published version by four. Barbet Schroeder finally produced & directed the film in 1987. .
Sutton West & Santa Barbara: Paget Press, . Hardbound in acetate dust jacket. First edition in English (precedes the Black Sparrow edition). One of 200 numbered copies signed by Bukowski. Some rubbing to bottom edges of boards, else fine.
N.P.:: Cannon Films,, 1987. . A Near Fine copy of this Xeroxed version of the Barfly screenplay, brad bound in stiff paper covers..
Los Angeles: Cannon Films, 1987. Book. Fine. Soft cover. First Edition. The official press kit from the Publicity Deptartment of Cannon Films. Complete as issued. Includes a reproduced introductory letter from Craig Byrd, Senior Publicist, Cannon Films. 11" x 8-1/2" sheet printed on one side; Barfly film booklet, 11" x 8-1/2" stapled 48 pages. Includes an introduction by Bukowski, cast and credits list, synopsis, production notes, etc.; Ten individual film stills from Barfly, each measuring 8" x 10". Black and white glossy stills with added captions. In white paper envelope as issued with Barfly label. Together, all items are housed in an official Cannon Films white folder with inside pockets, stamped in gilt. Folder with light rubbing and short creases. 2" scuff to rear cover, faint foxing, else contents fine, folder very good or better. Scarce ..
Sutton West:: Paget Press,, 1984. 0920348432. A Fine copy in a lightly rubbed mylar dust jacket. This Canadian edition is the true First Printing, preceding the US edition by 3 years..
Sutton West: Paget Press. Near Fine/Near Fine Mylar Jacket. 1985. First Edition. Hard Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0920348432 CLEAN near fine first edition hard cover with near fine mylar jacket. .
Fribourg, Love Productions, 1980. First edition. The script to BARFLY written by Charles Bukowski. Title page is darkened by newspaper clippings[present] and is noted as 'New Draft.' Fine copy in original binder with 'Barfly' embossed on the black cover. SHOOTING SCRIPT TO THE MOVIE.. FIRST. Hardcover. Book.
LOS ANGELES: CANNON FILMS.. Near Fine. 1987. First Edition. Letter. Publicity notes & interview with Charles Bukowski for the film "Barfly." Near fine in a glossy production company folder which contains a 44pp. white stapled booklet featuring a special one-page note by Charles Bukowski entitled: "A Letter From A Fan", alongwith cast & credits, synopsis & production notes for the film. Also included is a single large sheet folded in fours to make a pamphlet which features a 2pp. interview with Bukowski that was reprinted from Film Comment. All pieces fine, but for a trace of creasing at the bottom fore edge of the cover on the booklet. An interesting package of film & literary ephemera. (B) .
Bukowski, Charles. (Author)
BEVERLY HILLS: CANNON FILMS.. Very Good. 1987. Poster. One-sheet POSTER. (27" x 41") Very good+ or better on a single printed sheet. (Traces of light foxing on blank reverse. Spots of shelf wear along edges of sheet. Mild stress creases in body of poster. Slight hint of foxing on image) Depicts actors Mickey Rourke & Faye Dunaway. Suitable for framing, despite stated flaws. (B) .
Sutton West, Ontario and Santa Barbara, CA: Paget Press, 1984. VG- in wraps; front cover lt. creased at bottom corner with sm. chip -- first few pages there just lt. creased; mild edgewear to covers; text clean and bright; red doodle on title page but not certain if this is original. First Edtion Thus.
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CANNON FILMS. NP 1987. 1987. First Edition. First Separate Edition. A single large sheet folded in fours to make a pamphlet promoting the film "Barfly." Features scenes from the film & credits. Includes a 2pp. interview with Bukowski reprinted from film comment. An uncommon ephemeral item. .
First edition. Single 42.5 x 42.6 cm sheet folded into fourths as issued. Fine. Promotional item for the film, reprints an interview with Bukowski that originally appeared in Film Comment (August 1987), severral statements on the film, and a dozen photographs from the set. FIRST. Near Fine. Book.
Philadephia/NY: Lippincott. VG/VG. 1964. 1st edition. HC. Front endpaper looks as though something stick was removed from it---thinning. Dj is slightly chipped at spine ends, rubbed at s . pine folds + short closed tear on rear panel. Edwasrd Gorey .
Ecco, 2002-05-31. First Edition. Paperback. New. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.
Ecco. PAPERBACK. 0876857071 Special order direct from the distributor . New.
Ecco, 2002-06-05. Paperback. Acceptable. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.