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Inside the Hollywood Fan Magazine: a history of star makers, fabricators, and gossip mongers
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Inside the Hollywood Fan Magazine: a history of star makers, fabricators, and gossip mongers

By Anthony Slide

Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, 2010. First printing. Hardcover--cloth. Fine/fine. Octavo, 10 1/4" tall, x + 281 pages with intertextual black and white illustration, red cloth. A fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white,. In a fine dust jacket.

$25.00

Films in Review: June-July 1962; Vol XIII, No. 6; Cannes 1962; The Films of Robert Rossen, Irene Castle's Movie Career, etc.

By Henry Hart (editor); Charles Ford, Henry Hart, Henry Burton, John Springer. et al.

New York, New York: National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, 1962. First edition. Magazine. Very good. This is a single issue of a periodical, containing short articles. Octavo, 7 1/2" tall, pages 321 to 384 with black and white photo illustrations scattered throughout, wire saddle stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good copy over all.

$7.50

Shakespeare's HAMLET, Prince of Denmark, a tragedy; the film and the play

By William Shakespeare; Laurence Olivier (forward); edited by Alan Dent; Disigns by Roger Furse

London, England: World Film Publications, 1948. First edition thus. Hardcover--cloth. Very good/Without dust jacket. Quart, 9 3/4" tall, unpaginated (approx. 96 pages plus 32 black and white photo plates from the film), decorative endpapers, maroon cloth. A very good, clean, moderately worn hard cover edition with light exterior soiling, spine rubbed and slightly canted; front hinge cracked but both hinges and binding solid, text paper lightly yellowed, plate pages white. Without dust jacket.

$16.50

Apocalypse Now [Souvenir film programme]

By Francis Coppola (introduction), et al

New York, New York: United Artists, 1979. First edition thus. Pictorial folio. Very Good. A single program handed out to the press at the premier of the movie in Boston. Quarto, 11" tall , 16 gloss black and white pages with illustration throughout, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A very good, clean, neat programme over all with minor exterior wear. Includes full cast and production staff as well, as a rough production schedule for use by film reviewers.

$9.50

People Weekly: July 18, 1977; vol. 8. no. 3; Star Wars C-3PO cover

By Hedley Donovan (editor et al)

Boston, Massachusetts: Time, Inc, 1977. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good. Single original issue. Quarto, 11" tall, 92 pages, with advertisements, wire saddle stitch, color wraps. A very good, clean original periodical overall with minor exterior soiling, spine rubbed, paper lightly yellowed, cover sheet just starting to split at binding.

$9.50

James Bond Song Book : Goldfinger; From Russia With Love; The Mango Tree; The James Bond Theme; Jamaica Jump-up

By Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley, John Barry, Monty Norman, Lionel Bart

New York, New York: Unart Music-United Artists, 1964. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very good/Without Dust jacket. Quarto, 11" tall, 16 pages, wire saddle-stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good, moderately worn sheet music booklet with some soiling to the blank back cover and one corner; binding solid, paper lightly yellowed.

$9.50

Buster Keaton's The General (The Film Classics Library)

By Buster Keaton; Raymond Rohauer (introduction); Marion Mack (interview) ; Richard J. Anobile (editor)

New York, New York: Darien House / Universe Books, 1975. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 2,100 frame blowups, including over 200 title cards. Quarto, 11 1/4" tall, 256 pages with intertextual photographic illustration, silver titles on black boards. A near fine, clean, lightly worn hard cover first edition with minor rubbing at the cover edges ; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket, with several edge tears, and with the original price present.

$19.00

Films in Review: October 1962; Vol XIII, No. 8; Marilyn Monroe's Complete Career; The Films of John Gilbert, etc.

By Henry Hart (editor); Robert C. Roman, Francis Koval, Henry R. Davis, Jr. et al.

New York, New York: National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, 1962. First edition. Magazine. Good. This is a single issue of a periodical, containing short articles.Octavo, 7 1/2" tall, pages 449 to 512 with black and white photo illustrations scattered throughout, wire saddle stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A good copy over all still a good reading copy, but with covers loose and a dampstain from the bottom fore-edge (not affecting text), both covers worn.

$7.50

Michael Cimino's HEAVEN'S GATE [Advertising supplement to Variety - promotion brochure].

By Michael Cimino (written and directed; United Artists (production) Joann Carelli (producer)

New York, New York: United Artists / Variety, 1980. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Folio, 14 1/2" tall, wire saddle-stitch, 16 duotone pages with one fold-out plus stiff illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, sturdy movie promotion piece. A very good copy over all, covers lightly edge rubbed and with slight exterior soiling; interior clean and bright. A fascinating piece of movie ephemera. Full page images of all the principles with opposing catch phrases. Front cover showing only the title, back cover credits.

$65.00

Tom, Dick & Harry (RKO Classic Screenplays)

By Garson Kanin; Paul Jarrico

New York, New York: Frederick Ungar, 1968. revised edition. Original Wraps. Near Fine. 1941 film starring Ginger Rogers, Burgess Meredith, George Murphy, Alan MArshall, Directed by Garson Kanin, screenplay by Paul Jarrico. Octavo, 8 1/4" tall, 77 pages + black and white plates. A near fine copy with minor wear, binding tight.

$6.50

Finding Marilyn : a romance; by David Conover, the photographer who discovered Marilyn Monroe

By David Conover

New York, New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1981. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Very Good. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 199 pages with intertextual black and white photograph illustrations, black cloth. A near fine, clean, sturdy hard cover first edition over all with minor shelf wear ; hinges and binding solid, paper cream white but with some very slight foxing to the endpapers. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket, but a slight dampstain to the top edge visible only on the blank reverse.

$7.50

The Films of Orson Welles
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The Films of Orson Welles

By Charles Higham

Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1970. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good / Good. Oblong quarto, 10 1/4" tall, [xi] + 210 pages with black and white intertextual illustrations, illustrated cloth. A very good, clean, neat hard cover edition with light shelf wear BUT a dampstain at the top fore-edge margin throughout (margin only, not text); hinges and binding tight, paper cream white. In a good, moderatety worn dust jacket, with price clipped

$9.50

FLQ ; Film Library Quarterly : Summer 1973, Volume 6, number 3; Sembene's Fatalistic Films / Fall 1973: volume 6, Number 4 ; 1975: TheaaCuban World of Alea : Volume 6, Number3/4; Humphrey Jennings / (three original issues sold together)

By William Sloan (editor); et al

Greenwich, Conn: Film Library Information Council, 1973 -1975. First edition (s). Magazine--Saddle stitch. all Near Fine. 3 individual vols. Octavo, 9" tall, about 50 pages per issue, wire saddle stitch, stiff printed wraps. All in verygood or better condition, generally clean and sturdy, with light exterior wear.

$16.50

Film Fan Monthly; Number 128, February, 1972; Iris Adrian in 'Scandalous John' cover. Fifi D'Orsay; Old Faces in New Films

By Leonard Maltin, Editor; John Cocchi, Don Stanke et al.

Teaneck, New Jersey: Film Fan Monthly, 1972. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 32 pages, black and white intertextual illustration, wire saddle stitched, self cover. A very good, clean neat soft cover periodical over all with light shelf wear and light yellowing to the paper.

$7.50

Film Fan Monthly; Number 142, April, 1973; Fats Waller in Soundies cover. Soundies; Ruth Roman; Virginia Field

By Leonard Maltin, Editor ; Don Stanke, Al Raker & Doug McClelland, et al.

Teaneck, New Jersey: Film Fan Monthly, 1973. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 32 pages, black and white intertextual illustration, wire saddle stitched, self cover. A very good, clean neat soft cover periodical over all with light shelf wear and light yellowing to the paper.

$7.50

Photoplay Studies; Volume VI, Number 6, Series of 1940; A Guide to the Discussion of the screen version of Swiss Family Robinson (with Thomas Mitchell)

By Educational and Recreational Guides; Evelyn Sprado et al.

New York, New York: Educational and Recreational Guides, 1940. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 8 " tall, unpaginated (approx. 16 pages, black and white intertextual illustration, wire saddle stitched, self cover. A very good, clean neat soft cover periodical over all with light shelf wear and light yellowing to the paper.

$9.50

Screen Facts; Volume Four, Number One (whole number 19), 1968; Deborah Kerr; Notes for the Theodoire Huff Society; The Films of Allan Lane; etc

By Alan G. Barbour, Editor; Jim Meyer, William K. Everson, John Cocchi, et al

Kew Gardens, New York: Film Fan Monthly, 1968. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 64 pages, black and white intertextual illustration, wire saddle stitched, stiff illustrated cover. A very good, clean neat soft cover periodical over all with light shelf wear, but scotch tape on a portion of the spine (no reason visible--spine is solid) and veryslight yellowing to the paper.

$9.50

FLQ ; Film Library Quarterly : Winter 1967-68 / Spring 1968: volume 1, Number 1 ; Volume 1, Number 2 / Summer 1968 : volume 1, number 3 (three original issues sold together)

By William Sloan (editor); Wendell Wray, Philip Stapp, Marjorie Mir, Emerson Greenaway Daisy Aldan, William J. Speed, Kenneth W. Axthelm, Jack Willis, et al

Greenwich, Conn: Film Library Information Council, 1967-1968. First edition (s). Magazine--Saddle stitch. Very Good to Near Fine. 3 individual vols. Octavo, 9" tall, about 50 pages per issue, wire saddle stitch, stiff printed wraps. All in verygood or better condition, generally clean and sturdy, with light exterior wear and soiling and a previous owners notation on one cover

$16.50

CINEFANTASTIQUE: Volume 8, Number 4; December, 1981; Donner on Superman (Interview); The Disappearance; Whatever happened to Jim Danforth's Timegate?; Planet of Dinosaurs; The Black Hole; (Quarterly--Periodical).

By Frederick S. Clarke, editor; articles by Don Shay, Peter S. Perakos, Steven Wilson, Frederick King, et al

Oak Park, Illinois: Frederick S. Clarke, 1979. First edition. Original Wraps. Very Good +. Quarto, 11" tall, 46 pages, with intertextual black and white color illustration throughout, wire saddle stitched, color illustrated wraps. A very good plus, clean, neat soft cover periodical with moderate shelf wear.

$9.50

The Western: The Film Encyclopedia

By Phil Hardy, Editor; illustrations by the Kobal Collection

Detroit, Michigan: William Morrow & Company, 1983. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Very Good. Quarto, 12" tall, 400 pages, black boards; illustrated endpapers, color and b&w photographs. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition overall but with someones markings on the boards (as if someone had made marks very heavily with a pencil on another piece of paper on top the cover) with otherwise light shelf wear; internal condition fine with hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a very good, edgeworn dust jacket but with the markings evident on front panel (no loss of text) with the original price.

$17.50

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