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Motion Picture Magazine; November, 1949; volume LXVIII, number 4; Letter from Europe (Power); Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell have two tickets for adventure; Stardom is a straightjacket (Reagan); Now I'm Laughing (Young); Notes on Thanksgiving and Jack Benny (Sinatra); etc

By Maxwell Hamilton, editor; Erskine Johnson, Sara Corpening, Tyrone Power, Glenn Ford, Laraine Day, Burt Lancaster, Jane Powell (cover), Ronald Reagan; Loretta Young, Frank Sinatra, et al

New York, New York: Fawcett Publications, 1941. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single issue. A complete original issue with covers and advertisements. Quarto magazine,11 1/4" tall, 104 pages, pictorial cover. A good plus, generally clean, neat soft cover periodical over all with moderate exterior soiling (primarily light foxing), with moderate shelf wear, some chipping at the top and bottom of the spine, and slight color fading overall; binding tight, most of the paper only slightly yellowed, but about 25% of the issue used cheaper paper which has moderately yellowed. Short articles, interviews and fan pieces.

$16.50

Photoplay, combined with Movie Mirror; September, 1941; volume 19, number 4; Anne Shirley and Robert Payne show you what married happines is all about; What's wrong with Hollywood women; Sister act: Olivia de Havilland (cover) and Joan Fontain ; plus [full page color] Linda Darnell, Cary Grant, Priscilla Lane, etc

By Helen Gilmore, editor; Maude Cheatham, Barbara Berch, Hedda Hopper, Harmony Haynes, Adele Whitely Fletcher, John R. Franchey, Gladys Hall, Sara Hamilton, Ida Zeitlin, Edward Doherty, et al

New York, New York: Macfadden Publications, 1941. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single issue. A complete original issue with covers and advertisements. Quarto magazine,11 1/4" tall, 104 pages, pictorial cover. A good plus, generally clean, neat soft cover periodical over all with moderate exterior soiling (primarily light foxing), with moderate shelf wear, some chipping at the top andbottom of the spine, and slight color fading overall; binding tight, most of the paper only slightly yellowed, but about 25% of the issue used cheaper paper which has moderately yellowed. Short articles, interviews and fan pieces.

$16.50

Motion Picture Magazine; October, 1949; volume LXXVIII, number 3; Happy the Brides: Nora Eddington, Greer Garson, Jennifer Jones; Notes on Jimmy Durante (Sinatra); Operation Swimsuit: Esther Williams (Maynard); Actors are lousy lovers : argument (Douglas and Granger); Judy Garland interview; plus [full page color] Barbara Stanwyck, Esther Williams, Stephen McNally, etc

By Maxwell Hamilton, editor; Erskine Johnson, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, John Maynard, Maxwell Hamilton, Kirk Douglas and Farley Granger, Alexis Smith, EzraGoodman, Virginia Bohlin, et al

New York, New York: Macfadden Publications, 1941. First Edition. Magazine. Good. Single issue. A complete original issue but with back cover missing. Quarto magazine,11 1/4" tall, 88 pages, color pictorial cover. A good, generally clean, neat soft cover periodical over all with moderate exterior wear, significant chipping to the spine, internall; binding tight, most of the paper only slightly yellowed, but about 25% of the issue used cheaper paper which has moderately yellowed. Short articles, interviews and fan pieces.

$12.50

Photoplay, combined with Movie Mirror; October, 1941; volume 19, number 5; Irene Dunne (cover), Skeletons in Hollywood Closets, Is a Girl's Past Ever Her Own; Nordic Natural; Who Hates Whom in Hollywood; plus [full page color] Mary Martin, Robert Cummings, Brinda Marshall, etc

By Helen Gilmore, editor; Hedda Hopper, Adele Whitely Fletcher, Steve Fisher, Betty Davis, John R. Franchey, Gladys Hall, Virginia Wood, Margaret Chute, Kirtley Baskette, Edward Doherty, SaraHamilton, Ida Zeitlin, et al

New York, New York: Macfadden Publications, 1941. First Edition. Magazine. Very good. Single issue. A complete original issue with covers and advertisements. Quarto magazine,11 1/4" tall, 116 pages, pictorial cover. A very good, generally clean, neat soft cover periodical over all with minor exterior soiling (primarily light foxing to the lower third and a light quarter-sized stain at cover center ), with minor shelf wear, some chipping at the bottom of the spine, and slight color fading overall; binding tight, most of the paper only slightly yellowed, but about 25% of the issue used cheaper paper which has moderately yellowed. Short articles, interviews and fan pieces.

$19.00

Screenland; April, 1943; Judy Garland (cover)

By Delight Evans (editor); May Mann, Sydney Valentin, Gladys Hall, Jack Holland, Elizabeth Wilson,

New York, New York: Hunter Publications, 1943. First Edition. Magazine. Good -. This is a damaged original issue with pages missing but offered here for what reamins including full page color of Humphrey Bogart, and classic period movie magazine stories.(19 to 22, 25 to 28, 35 to 38, 43 to 46, 49 to 52, 57-58, and 65 to 68) Quarto, 11 1/4" tall, 90 pages less those 26 pages removed, color wraps, black and white interior except for the three color portraits inluding Lana Turner and Paulette Goddard. as is. In good condition over all, spine chipped, but the primary defect being that the color cover of Garland is fading, other wise clean, binding solid, paper light to moderately yellowed

$9.50

Photoplay, combined with Movie Mirror; May, 1944; volume 24, number 6; Hedy Lamarr (cover), Bogie--over there!; Thanks for today, Ingrid Bergman; Blitz from Brooklyn--Danny Kaye; Orson Wells, Genus Genius; Sensation from Seattle--Ella Raines; Essay on Margaret O'Brien; Portraits in color Ronald Reagan, Ingrid Bergman, Dick Powell,Margaret O'Brien, Laraine Day

By Helen Gilmore, editor; Janet Bentley, Mayo Methot Bogart, Louella O. Parsons, Jane Wyman, Sidney Skolsky, Hedda Hopper, Gladys Hall, et al

New York, New York: Macfadden Publications, 1944. First Edition. Magazine. Very good. Single issue. A complete original issue with covers and advertisements. Quarto magazine,11 1/4" tall, 124 pages, pictorial cover. A very good, clean, neat soft cover periodical over all with minor exterior soiling, with minor shelf wear, and slight color fading overall, spine chipped at bottom edge; binding tight, most of the paper only slightly yellowed, but about 25% of the issue used cheaper paper which has moderately yellowed. Short articles, interviews and fan pieces.

$19.00

Civil War Small Arms (an American Rifleman Reprint R7)

By C. Meade Patterson and Cuddy De Marco, Jr

New York, New York: Eclipse Enterprises, 1982. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very good. Quarto, 11" tall, 32 pages with intertextual photographic illustration, wire saddle stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good, generally clean, lightly worn soft cover first edition with light shelf wear, one corner bumped and some cover soiling; binding tight, but paper very slightly yellowed.

$16.50

Buster: the Early Years; The Authorized Buster Keaton Film Festival Album

By Buster Keaton; Eleanor Keaton, Raymond Rohauer, Don McGregor, Bill Hogarth ; Don McGregor (editor)

New York, New York: Eclipse Enterprises, 1982. First Edition. Original Wraps. Near fine. Quarto, 11" tall, 64 pages with intertextual photographic illustration, wire saddle stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A near fine, clean, lightly worn soft cover first edition with light shelf wear ; binding tight, but paper lightly yellowed.

$16.50

The Ten Commandments ; Adolph Zuker and Jesse L. Lasky Present the Mightiest Dramatic Spectacle of All the Ages; by Cecil B. DeMille [theater/theatre program]

By Cecil B. DeMill (Director); Jeanie MacPherson (Story); Paramount (producer); et al

New York, New York: Paramount / Famous Players- Lasky Corporation, 1923. First Edition. Original self Wraps. Very Good. Original color booklet issued at the time of the film release, 6" tall by 4 1/2", 8 pages, wire saddle stitch, color illustrated, self wraps. A very good, clean program over all with moderate wear, paper lightly yellowed, slight rust started at the two wire stiches.

$45.00

Life Goes to the Movies

By David E. Scherman (editor); Richard Cravens, et al

New York, New York: Time Life Inc, 1975. First Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Near fine/very good. A Delux edition. Small folio book anthology of photographs previously pubished in LIFE magazine. Small folio 13 1/4" tall, 304 pages with photographic pages in color and in b&w; flocked maroon cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover with minor shelf wear, but minor spine wear has resulted in spine titles fading on the flocked cloth; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a very good, slightly edge worn slip case.

$28.50

Radio City Music Hall "Showplace of the Nation" [theatre program]: "Notorious" Directed by Alfred Hitchcock; written by Ben Hecht; an RKO Radio Picture ; starring Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, etc

By G. S. Eyssell (Theatre director); Charles Previn (Orchestra Director); Alfred Hitchcock (film director); et al

New York, New York: Radio City Music Hall, 1946. First Edition. Original self Wraps. Very Good. Folded one sheet, 9 1/4" tall, 4 pages, single fold, B&W illustrated self wraps. A very good, clean program over all with moderate wear, a light folding crease, paper just slightly yellowed.

$16.50

On The Waterfront ; a screenplay

By Budd Schulberg (with afterword by the author); edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli

Chicago, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 1980. First Edition. Pictorial Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 153 pages, stiff pictorial wraps. A very good, clean, neat soft cover with minor shelf wear and binding tight, paper cream white.

$27.35

Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn [Dawn of the Dead--Evil Dead II] Production Notes [press kit ]

By Sam Raimi, Scott Spiegel; Rosebud Releasing

Hollywood, CA: Rosebud Releasing Corp, 1987. First Edition. Unbound. Very good +. An original film press kit issued to newspapers prior ro release for the convience of reviewrs. Small folio, 12" tall. 2 8 x 10 glossy photos, 4 stapled gatherings of typed sheets labeled 'production notes with casts and credits (likely more issued but those were used by the newspaper). A clean neat copy with minor shelf wear. Sold as is.

$19.00

Gone With the Wind: The Screenplay
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Gone With the Wind: The Screenplay

By Margaret Mitchell, Sidney Howard; Edited by Herb Bridges & Terryl C. Boodman

New York, New York: Delta, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 9 1/4" tall, x + 262 pages + black and white photoplates, illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, neat hard cover with light shelf wear, but the upper cornerof the cover creased; hinges and binding solid, paper slightly yellowed with slight soiling to the for-edge.

$7.50

Secrets of Screenplay Structure: how to recognize and emulate the structural frameworks of great films
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Secrets of Screenplay Structure: how to recognize and emulate the structural frameworks of great films

By Linda J. Cowgill

Hollywood, CA: Lone Eagle--ifilm publishing, 1999. Original Wraps. Near fine. Octaov, 9" tall, 318 pages, blue stiff wraps. A near fine, clean, soft cover edition over all with minor shelf wear, binding tight, paper white with slight soiling on the title page

$9.50

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 Edition. 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.

$27.70

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

Apocalypse Now [Souvenir film programme]

By Francis Coppola (introduction), et al

New York, New York: United Artists, 1979. First Edition. 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

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. 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

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