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In Old Chicago movie souvenir
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In Old Chicago movie souvenir

New York: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp, 1938. Good. 18 p. 30 cm. B&w photos. Staplebound softcover. Some soiling to exterior. Dampstains within. Ink doodle and notations on rear cove. Production starred Tyrone Power, Alice Faye, Don Ameche and others. Directed by henry King. Screen play be Lamar Trotti and Sonya Levien based on a story by Niven Busch. Music and lyrics by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel.

$45.00

Motion Picture Projection
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Motion Picture Projection

By SLOANE, T. O'Conor

New York: Falk Publishing, 1922. Hardcover. Near fine. used as a Supplementary Text in New York Institute of Photography. 303, [2] p. 24 cm. B&w figures. Burgundy leather with gold print. Neat and clean.

$50.00

Edie: An American Biography
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Edie: An American Biography

By STEIN, Jean; PLIMPTON, George (ed.)

Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. Hardcover. Good +/Near fine. 455 p. 25 cm. B&w illustrations. Beige cloth spine with blue paper boards. In mylar-covered dustjacket. Some soiling to paper covers. Signed by George Plimpton on front free endpaper.

$60.00

The Love Parade
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The Love Parade

By HOLMAN, Russell

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1930. Cloth. Good +/Good. 275 p. + 5 p. of publisher's ads. 20 cm. Seven b&w plates from the film. Burgundy cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Some chips and tears to jacket edges, spots to spine. Ink inscription on front free endpaper. A few spots within. "Novelized by Russell Holman. Illustrated with Scenes From the Photoplay Starring Maurice Chevalier. Produced by Ernst Lubitsch with Jeanette MacDonald, Lupino Lane and Lillian Roth, by Ernest Vajda and Guy Bolton. Based on "The Prince Consort" by Leon Xanrof and Jules Chancel."

$40.00

LNAF 76: Our Tenth Year (The Leonard Nimoy Association of Fans 1976 Yearbook)
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LNAF 76: Our Tenth Year (The Leonard Nimoy Association of Fans 1976 Yearbook)

1976. Softcover. Near fine. 148 p. 28 cm. Numerous b&w illustrations. Staplebound. Some wrinkles to rear cover. Includes message from Leonard Nimoy, photographic visit to the New York Star Trek 76 Convention, etc.

$50.00

NoSRA Theory: On Gazesetting and Analysis of Nollywood Movies
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NoSRA Theory: On Gazesetting and Analysis of Nollywood Movies

By ANIMASAUN, Kayode

Ibadan, Nigeria: Kraft Books, 2011. Paperback. As new. 222 p. 22 cm. Some tables. Paperback. Bibliography, appendix, index.

$35.00

It Took Nine Tailors: An Autobiography
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It Took Nine Tailors: An Autobiography

By MENJOU, Adolphe; MUSSELMAN, M. M.

New York: Whittlesey House/McGraw-Hill, 1948. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/Good. ix, 238 p. 24 cm. 39 b&w photos. Grey cloth hardcover in mylar-covered scarce illustrated dustjacket. Tears and chips to jacket edges. Signed by Menjou on front free endpaper. Small bookseller label on front pastedown and bookplate of former owner (Kent Herrington?) on front free endpaper. The Hollywood actor recounts life from his 1890 birth in Pittsburgh, through days spent working in his father's restaurants, early troubles breaking into the acting world, to detailed stories of breaking into movies and climbing the ladder to leading man. Foreword by Clark Gable.

$200.00

"The Scavengers" Screenplay
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"The Scavengers" Screenplay

By LASKY, Jesse, Jr. & SILVER, Pat

London: Lubrok Productions Ltd, May 1966. 2nd draft. Good +. 156 one-sided p. 28 cm. Blue duo-tang folder with some soilign and light wear. Slight chip in rear cover and p. 149 onwards. Based on the novel: "The Gold of Lubra Rock" by Michael Barrett.

$75.00

True Stories? Documentary drama on radio, screen and stage
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True Stories? Documentary drama on radio, screen and stage

By PAGET, Derek

Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1990. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 185 p. 23 cm. Grey cloth hardcover in mylar-covered pictorial dustjacket. Notes and index.

$35.00

Pull My Daisy
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Pull My Daisy

By KEROUAC, Jack

New York: Grove Press, Inc, 1961. Softcover. Very good +. 38 p. + photos. 20 cm. Over 50 b&w stills from the film. Pictorial softcover with a little soiling to front. Slight spine lean. Title continues: "Text ad-libbed by Jack Kerouac for the film by Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie." Introduction by Jerry Tallmer. Classic and scarce evocation of Beat life in New York, with Kerouac text and stills of Ginsberg and Corso performances. Essential for any Beat Literature collection.

$150.00

The Maltese Cross Movement
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The Maltese Cross Movement

By DEWDNEY, Keewatin

1967. Softcover. Near fine. [24 p.] 28 cm. B&w illustrations on every page. Staplebound white paper covers. A little soiling to outside. Keewatin Dewdney, son of Canadian artist and author Selwyn Dewdney, created the experimental film, The Maltese Cross Movement, in 1967. The film reflects Dewdney's conviction that the projector, not the camera, is the filmmaker's true medium. The form and content of the film are shown to derive directly from the mechanical operation of the projector - specifically the maltese cross movement’s animation of the disk and the cross illustrates the projector’s essential parts and movements. This scrapbook, based on the film, uses collage techniques to link pictures with hieroglyphics.

$100.00

What the Fans Think of Rudy Valentino: A Memorial Book. Articles by Famous Stars, Authors, Poets, Writers and Fans the World over
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What the Fans Think of Rudy Valentino: A Memorial Book. Articles by Famous Stars, Authors, Poets, Writers and Fans the World over

By MANK, Charles, Jr.

Staunton, Illinois: Charles Mank, Jr, 1929. Staplebound. Near fine. 63 p. 20 cm. 1 b&w illustration. Staplebound booklet with card covers. Poems and tributes to Rudolph Valentino after his death.

$45.00

Movie Diary: A Record Book for the Convenient Listing of the Motion Pictures you have seen, with Space for Comment and Criticism. Also an Album of Stars
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Movie Diary: A Record Book for the Convenient Listing of the Motion Pictures you have seen, with Space for Comment and Criticism. Also an Album of Stars

Philadelphia: Wm. H. Kofoed, 1945. Staplebound. Good +. Unpaginated. 19 cm. About 80 b&w photos. Staplebound. Slight wear to covers and some soiling to rear. Signed by former owner Anita Hall, Langton, Ontario in pencil on title page. Various pages filled in with pencil. Each star has a photo, short bio, and room to record the following info in diary: Title of Picture, Date and Where Viewed, Starring, Supporting Cast, Comment. Includes actresses such as Shirley Temple, Jennifer Jones, Rita Hayworth, Greer Garson, Deanna Durbin and actors such as Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, John Wayne, Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, etc.

$30.00

Hullabaloo, December 1931
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Hullabaloo, December 1931

By GRADY, Lester (ed.)

New York: Dell Publishing, 1931. Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1931. Staplebound. Good +. 32 p. 30 cm. Over 50 b&w photos and cartoons. Staplebound magazine. Tear in upper spine, staples rusting, some wear to centre of page bottoms, especially rear cover. Features Greta Garbo, Jimmy Durante, Pola Negri, Mary Pickford's astrology, other Hollywood celebrities.

$30.00

The Misfits: story of a shoot
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The Misfits: story of a shoot

By MILLER, Arthur; TOUBIANA, Serge

London: Phaidon, 2000. Hardcover. Near fine/Near fine. 192 p. 26 cm. Numerous b&w photos. Red cloth hardcover in b&w dustjacket. Included are two DVD's - "The Misfits," starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift, as well as "Making the Misfits," produced by Gail Levin (both used). Book includes an interview with Arthur Miller by Serge Toubiana, an essay by Serge Toubiana, and a picture essay by Magnum photographers.

$45.00

Script for Thelma and Louise
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Script for Thelma and Louise

By KHOURI, Callie

Burbank, CA: TOO MAGIC, INC, 1989. Near fine. First Draft with revisions, June 1989. 138 one-sided pages. 28 cm. In mylar folder. Movie title written in ink on spine. Address on front for producers Ridley Scott and Mimi Polk of Too Magic.

$125.00

Television
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Television

By DINSDALE, Alfred

London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1926. Cloth. Ex library - Fair. 62 p. 19 cm. 12 b&w illustrations. Red cloth hardcover. From our As Is shelf. Ex library with numbered lower spine, card and ink stamps on endpapers, stamps on title page and throughout. Label residue on front endpapers, title, and bottom edge of Baird's portrait. Ink notations rear of title. Occasional tears and much soiling or thumbing throughout. All pages legible and present. Topics: what television is; the photo electric cell; the present state of the art; the Baird "Televisor" and true television demonstrated at last; 2 T.V. - the world's first television broadcasting station; etc.

$100.00

Journalists in Film: Heroes and Villains
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Journalists in Film: Heroes and Villains

By MCNAIR, Brian

Edinburgh University Press, 2010. Paperback. Good +. viii, [1], 267 p. 24 cm. One table and 30 figures. Paperback with light edge wear and some soiling to lower edge of text block. Bibliography and index.

$30.00

Woody Allen's Angst: Philosophical Commentaries on His Serious Films
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Woody Allen's Angst: Philosophical Commentaries on His Serious Films

By LEE, Sander H.

Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1997. Hardcover. As new. ix, [3], 402 p. 33 b&w photos. Red cloth hardcover. Films discussed include Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, Annie Hall, Manhattan, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Hannah and Her Sisters, Crimes and Misdemeanors, etc. Filmography, bibliography, index.

$100.00

Marilyn, the Story of Marilyn Monroe
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Marilyn, the Story of Marilyn Monroe

By SKOLSKY, Sidney

New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1954. Magazine. Fair. 82 p. 27 cm. Over 120 b&w illustrations. Rear cover missing. Chipped spine, especially ends, and chipped bottom corner. Traces the star's life from her childhood as an orphan to years spent as a model, calendar girl, and box office star. The story concludes on a happy note with Marilyn's 1954 marriage to Joe DiMaggio. Sadly, the marriage was to last only nine months.

$125.00

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