London: Sight and Sound. Very Good-; Light shelf wear, paper starting to edge tone with light . foxing. ; Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside. Cover photo of Julie . Christie and Donald Sutherland from the film.. 1997. First Edition Thus. Paperback. First Printing; 144 pages; Screenplay of the 1973 film directed by Nicolas Roeg adapted from the short story by Daphne du Maurier and starring Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland. .
St Albans: Mayflower. Good; Some reading and cover creases, some shelf and edge wear with split . to bottom fore edge of spine, cup ring to rear cover, paper slightly age . toned. ; Good reading copy, no names inside. Cover photo from the Granada . TV series.. 1976. First Edition. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 208 pages; Novel based on the original scripts from the early years of the Granada TV series. When Ena Sharples and her cronies would sit at a corner table in The Rovers Return, drinking milk stout, and discuss the loose morals of Elsie Tanner, as well as criticising the activities of Corontion Street's other residents; 0583125948 .
London: Penguin Books / BBC Books. Very Good-; Some shelf wear including tiny closed tear to rear cover. ; . Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside.. 1995. Paperback. Tenth Printing; Colour Photographs; 128 pages; An indispensable companion to the BBC TV series packed with colour photographs, interviews and lavish illustrations. ; 014025157X .
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books. Very Good+; Minor edge and shelf wear, inside covers and endpapers lightly . toned, publisher's ink stamp to front endpaper. ; Nice tight flat copy, no . names inside, appears unread. Advance sample copy. Cover artwork by Craig . Jordan.. 1980. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; B&W Photographs; 320 pages; One of America's great film editors tells an entertaining, hillarious and often heartbreaking tale of what it takes to make a classic movie from a whole lot of film. How to deal with artistic egos, and what to do when you have too much good film. ; 014005698X .
London: Thames Methuen. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket; Light shelf wear to unclipped DJ. . Foreword by Michael Aspel. ; Red cloth boards with gilt lettering to . spine, red endpapers. Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1993. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing; Photographs; 96 pages; A behind the scenes look at the secret planning office of the popular televion programme, where every "life" was given a code name. Telling the story of the background research, worldwide travel, emotion, exhilaration, and sometimes great disappointment, to the moment when the surprise was sprung on an unsuspecting celebrity. ; 041367200X .
London: The Heirloom Library. Good+; Corners bumped and rubbed, some shelf wear, small surface tears to . inside front cover and endpaper. ; Gloss pictorial boards, red cloth . spine. No names inside. Illustrated throughout with photographs of various . movie stars. Cover photo of Burt Lancaster from The Crimson Pirate.. 1952. First Edition. Hardcover. Book Club Edition . First Printing; Color Photographs; 80 pages; Movie annual filled with articles for films released in the year 1952 including The Crimson Pirate, The Sound Barrier, Scaramouche. As well as articles about Roy Rogers, Tom & Jerry, Tarazan, and various animal stars of the silver screen. .
London: Coronet. Very Good-; Light reading and cover creases, minor edge and shelf wear, . old dealer price sticker to front cover, light foxing to endpapers and . edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1990. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; B&W Illustrations; 192 pages; A collection of amusing anecdotes from stage and screen. ; 0340528958 .
London: Mayflower. Very Good-; Light reading and cover creases, light shelf and edge wear, . small surface tear to inside front cover, small ink numerals to front . endpaper, paper starting to tone. ; Mayflower B3. Nice tight copy, no . names inside.. 1962. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Third Printing; 160 pages; The first account of the inside story of Sinatra and The Clan, later to become known by journalists as The Rat Pack. A group of several of America's most highly paid entertainers centred around Sinatra and comprising Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. , Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop amongst others. .
London: J M Dent & Sons. Fair; Light reading and cover creases, light shelf and edge wear with . small split to top of spine, some grime to top edge of reading block and . some light foxing to edges in general, unfortunately missing rear . postscript p247-250, final page also has large open tear and is mostly . missing. ; Aldine paperback no. 9. First paperback edition. Rare signed . copy of this edition, signed by author on front endpaper.. 1962. First Edition Thus. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 256 pages; Autobiography of the Latvian born circus clown who performed all over the world and was probaby the most famous clown in the UK for most of the middle part of the twentieth century. Complete with new thirteen page epilogue for this edition at rear covering events in the author's life that occurred after the original publication. ; Signed by Author .
London: Picador. Very Good; Light reading and cover creases, surface tear to rear cover, . paper starting to tone. ; Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside.. 1981. Reprint. Paperback. Trade PB . Twelfth Printing; 176 pages; The first selection from the newspaper columist's TV criticism, potent, hilarious, and stunning. ; 0330264648 .
London: Octopus Books. Very Good+; Light shelf wear, light foxing to endpapers. ; Nice tight . copy, no names inside. Cover photos of Errol Flynn and Jayne Mansfield for . The Kobal Collection.. 2002. Reprint. Paperback. Fourth Printing; B&W Photographs; 160 pages; From the early days of silent cinema, Hollywood has been regularly rocked by scandal. Drug-taking, brawls, divorce, sex, political persecution, grotesque suicides, mental breakdowns, and murder have all figured prominently in the history of Tinseltown. Here are some of the most infamous examples. ; 1851529470 .
London: Jonathan Cape. Very Good+ with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, corners slightly bumped. ; . Green cloth boards with silver gilt lettering to spine. Nice tight copy, . no names or marks inside. War Economy standard edition but Cape appear to . have got a good batch of paper as usual toning is not present.. 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing; 382 pages; Agate was one of Britain's most influential theatre critics in the inter- war period being drama critic for The Sunday Times. This book being a compilation of reviews of stage performances that originally appeared in that newspaper gives a vivid picture of the British theatre of this era. .
London: Pan Books. Very Good; Light reading creases and edge wear. ; Nice tight copy, no . names or marks inside. Cover photo of Michael Caine and Nigel Davenport . from the Harry Saltzman film, two other stills from the movie to rear . cover.. 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 156 pages; October 1942 and a group of killers, perverts, and misfits are sent on a mission behind Rommel's front line in the Western Desert. ; 0330022555 .
London: Chancellor Press. Very Good with no dust jacket; Missing DJ if issued. Corners lightly . bumped, one small ding to base of rear board, gutter cracking at title and . at final leaf. ; Gloss pictorial boards. Nice tight copy, no names or . marks inside.. 1992. Reprint. Hardcover. 415 pages; Omnibus edition of the first three novels about the police of Sun Hill based on the TV series. .
London: BBC Books. Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket; Light shelf wear to unclipped DJ, top . fore corners lightly bumped. ; Red cloth boards with gilt lettering to . spine. Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside.. 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing; 256 pages; The famous TV presenter and journalist relates the background and her own feelings about some of the stories and issues covered by the challenging TV series. ; 0563371676 .
London: Virgin Books. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Some shelf wear to unclipped DJ. ; . Black cloth boards with silver gilt lettering to spine. Nice tight copy, . no names or marks inside.. 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. Photographs; 112 pages; The life and thoughts of Jack Duckworth from Coronation Street, his greatest scams, dodges and schemes. ; 1852276819 .
London: Channel 4 Books. Very Good+; Light reading creases. ; Nice tight copy, no names or marks . inside. Complete with sixteen pages of colour stills from the show.. 1999. First Edition. Paperback. Trade PB . First Printing; Color Photographs; 294 pages; A compilation of 15 complete scripts from the first five seasons of the Emmy Award-winning show. ; 0752213946 .
London: Macdonald. Good+; Ex library copy with usual stamps and marks inside. Corners lightly . bumped, slightly cocked spine. ; Gloss library binding with DJ bound in.. 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Ex-Library . B&W Illustrations and Photographs; 253 pages; The classic TV do it yourself program from the 1960s, as a tatty house is converted into three flats, full of plans and information, invaluable for anyone restoring a house to this period. .
London: Penguin Books. Very Good-; Some reading creases, minor loss to front cover, inside covers . toned. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1988. Reprint. Paperback. Trade PB . Seventh Printing; B&W Photographs; 224 pages; Should be required reading for anyone wanting to enter this profession. Part autobiographical, part analysis, part manifesto, an honest account of the pressures, rewards and insecurity of the career. ; 0140076824 .
London: Pan Books. Very Good-; Light reading creases, small closed tear to rear cover. ; Nice . tight copy, no names or marks inside.. 1995. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; B&W Photographs; 252 pages; An affectionate tribute to the great comedy team, written by Eric's son. ; 0330341405 .