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AMERICAN FILM - Journal of the Film and Television Arts - Volume 3, number 7 - May 1978 by  Hollis (editor) (Todd McCarthy; Robert Sklar; Bernard Drew; Stephen Zito; Francois Truffaut; Erik Barnouw; Edith Head; Robert Schickel; Ernest Lehman; Martin Mayer; Davi Napoleon; Jonathan Rosenbaum) Alpert - Paperback - First Edition - 1978 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and Biblio.com

AMERICAN FILM - Journal of the Film and Television Arts - Volume 3, number 7 - May 1978

by Alpert, Hollis (editor) (Todd McCarthy; Robert Sklar; Bernard Drew; Stephen Zito; Francois Truffaut; Erik Barnouw; Edith Head; Robert Schickel; Ernest Lehman; Martin Mayer; Davi Napoleon; Jonathan Rosenbaum)

Condition: Very Good


Washington, DC: The American Film Institute, 1978. 80 pp. Magazine format. Light wear. This issue contains: John Ford and Monument Valley by Todd McCarthy; Jay Sandrich: The Best There Is by Robert Sklar; The Ambivalent Star - George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Morley by Bernard Drew; Hollywood versus the Press by Stephen Zito; Lubitsch Was a Prince by Francois Truffaut; The Magician and the Movies - part three by Erik Barnouw; Dialogue on Film: Edith Head; Funny Money by Richard Schickel; Lehman at Large by Ernest Lehman; About Television by Martin Mayer; Explorations by Davi Napoleon; and Letter from London by Jonathan Rosenbaum; along with the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.




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