KNIGHT ERRANT- A Biography of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr
by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.- Brian Connell
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1955. KNIGHT ERRANT- A Biography of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.- Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.- Brian Connell- Illustrated- Doubleday & Co.-Garden City, NY- 1955-1st Edition-1st Printing-Signed- Hardcover:-8vo-VG++/Fair++-Good dj is unclipped at $4.00, some rubs and chips, with small sealed tears, but clean and complete-now in mylar- Illustrated by Photographs.-8.5x6. 255pp with 23 b/w illustrations-are clean, no tears or writing- edge stamps from ex-library YMCA with bookplate of same on inner pastedown-SEE PHOTOS-This lively account, with the subjects active assistance, details his pre-war days in Hollywood with its founding trials and the social life in Englands in the 1930's. The Roosevelt third election, leading to his war-time experiences in US Navy and the Intelligence service. After the war he performed much public and international service which may ...newspaper clipping of him and his wife Mary Lee laid in. Signed "To Rick and Alan-With affection and regard from the "victim" of this saga and their friend, Douglas"-very rare-unusual commentary from the great actor.- Non-fiction-biography-celebrity-actor-history-WWII-Navy-illustrated-Signed (3342) . 1st Edition-1st Printing. Cloth. VG++/Fair++-Good. Illus. by Illustrated. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.
Nashville, Tennessee: Broadman Press, 1975. SIGNED BY AUTHOR and former President Jimmy Carter on the title page "Jimmy Car...
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