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cover of On Dress Parade [The Dead End Kids in Military School] (Original screenplay for the 1939 film, copy belonging to director William Clemens)

On Dress Parade [The Dead End Kids in Military School] (Original screenplay for the 1939 film, copy belonging to director William Clemens)

by William Clemens (director); Tom Reed (screenwriter); Billy Halop, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall; Leo Gorcey, Gabriel Dell, Bernard Punsly (starring)

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1939
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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1939. Revised Final draft script for the 1939 film, here under the working title "The Dead End Kids in Military School." Copy belonging to director William Clemens, with annotations in holograph pencil on all pages but one, and many with annotations on the versos. Included is a standard brown delivery envelope, labeled, that presumably contained… Read more
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cover of Devil's Island (Original screenplay for the 1939 film, copy belonging to director William Clemens)

Devil's Island (Original screenplay for the 1939 film, copy belonging to director William Clemens)

by William Clemens (director); Kenneth Gamet, Don Ryan (screenwriters); Boris Karloff, Nedda Harrigan, James Stephenson (starring)

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Published
1938
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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1938. Final Draft script for the 1939 film, copy belonging to director William Clemens, with his name faintly visible on the well-worn front wrapper, and with annotations in holograph pencil on every page except two, as well as many of the versos. Although the front wrapper and registration page identify the script as "Part I,"… Read more
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cover of The Lion Man (Original pressbook for the 1936 film)

The Lion Man (Original pressbook for the 1936 film)

by Edgar Rice Burroughs (novel); John P. McCarthy (director); Richard Gordon, John Williams (screenwriters); Jon Hall, Kathleen Burke, Ted Adams (starring)

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Published
1936
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N.p.: Normandy Pictures, 1936. Vintage pressbook for the 1936 film. Loosley based on the novel "The Lad and the Lion" by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Previously made as a silent film in 1917, directed by Alfred E. Green, starring Vivian Reed, Will Machin, and Charles Le Moyne. Jon Hall stars as the "Lion Man," seeking to exact his… Read more
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cover of Million Dollar Legs (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

Million Dollar Legs (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Betty Grable, Jackie Coogan (starring); Nick Grinde (director); Lewis R. Foster, Richard English (screenwriters)

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Published
1939
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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1939. Draft script for the 1939 film. With a few holograph pencil annotations on the title page. An unpopular college student pushes for the establishment of a crew boat racing team in order to win back his ex-girlfriend by receiving a letter in a sport. White titled self wrappers, noted as production No. 1218,… Read more
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cover of The Dark Eyes of London (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

The Dark Eyes of London (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Edgar Wallace (novel); Bela Lugosi (starring); Walter Summers (director, screenwriter); Patrick Kirwan, John Argyle, Jan Van Lusil (screenwriters); Hugh Williams, Greta Gynt (starring)

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Published
1939
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N.p.: N.p., 1939. Pre-production Dialogue script for the 1939 film. With holograph ink annotations on the front wrapper. Based on the 1924 novel. A disturbed physician who works as a part-time insurance broker collects the policy payouts from men he arranges to have murdered, using the home for the blind where he works as doctor-on-call as a front.… Read more
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cover of A Slight Case of Murder (Original poster for the 1947 re-release of the 1938 film)

A Slight Case of Murder (Original poster for the 1947 re-release of the 1938 film)

by Lloyd Bacon (director); Damon Runyon, Howard Lindsay (play); Earl Baldwin, Joseph Schrank (screenwriter); Edward G. Robinson, Jane Bryan, Allen Jenkins (starring)

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Published
1947
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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1947. Vintage one sheet poster for the 1947 re-release of the 1938 film. Based on the 1935 play by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. Bootlegger Remy Marco (Edward G. Robinson) goes legit at the repeal of prohibition and becomes a brewer. Unfortunately he's going broke because his beer is terrible and everyone's afraid… Read more
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cover of I Give My Love (Original post-production script for the 1934 film)

I Give My Love (Original post-production script for the 1934 film)

by Karl Freund (director); Doris Anderson, Milton Krims (screenwriters); Paul Lukas, Wynne Gibson, Eric Linden (starring)

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Published
1934
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Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1934. Draft script for the 1934 film. Incomplete, possibly as issued. A woman is virtually forgotten by her young son while she spends ten years in prison for the murder of her abusive husband. Tall white untitled self wrappers, rubber-stamped Copy No. 38, with credits for screenwriters Doris Anderson and Milton… Read more
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cover of Freedom of the Seas (Original screenplay for the 1934 film)

Freedom of the Seas (Original screenplay for the 1934 film)

by Marcel Varnel (director); Roger Burford (screenwriter); Walter Hackett (playwright); Clifford Mollison, Wendy Barrie, Zelma O'Neal (starring)

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Published
1934
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Elstree: British International Pictures, 1934. Draft script for the 1934 film. With holograph pencil and ink annotations on the front wrapper and first leaf. A wimpy, foppish clerk is fired from his job and, as a last resort, enlists in the Navy. Tall orange titled wrappers, noted as copy No. 1, dated 25th January 1934. Title page… Read more
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cover of 15 Maiden Lane (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

15 Maiden Lane (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Allan Dwan (director); Lou Breslow, Paul Burger, John Patrick, David Silverstein (screenwriters); Cesar Romero, Claire Trevor, Lloyd Nolan (starring)

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Published
1936
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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936. Final Shooting script for the 1936 film. With holograph penciled annotations regarding revisions on the title page, and also to every page that follows, striking through the first line of text to indicate scenes filmed. An insurance investigator poses as a thief to infiltrate a crime ring who have just committed a jewelry… Read more
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cover of The Ice Follies of 1939 (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

The Ice Follies of 1939 (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Reinhold Schunzel (director); Leonard Praskins, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf (screenwriters); James Stewart, Joan Crawford (starring)

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Published
1939
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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1939. Draft script for the 1939 film. Ice skating performer Larry Hall (James Stewart) derails his career when he falls in love with Mary McKay (Joan Crawford), a fellow skater whose mediocre talent costs him his reputation and several jobs. In an effort to buoy her marriage, Mary forgoes skating for an… Read more
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cover of Original snapshot photograph of Max Reinhardt and Luise Rainer, circa 1930s

Original snapshot photograph of Max Reinhardt and Luise Rainer, circa 1930s

by Max Reinhardt, Luise Rainer (subjects); Charles Rhodes (photographer)

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Published
1930
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N.p.: N.p., 1930. Vintage snapshot of director Max Reinhardt and Luise Rainer, circa 1930s. Stamp of photographer Charles Rhodes on the verso, along with holograph pencil annotations noting the story behind the photograph, evidently taken as the pair were leaving Cafe La Maze in Los Angeles. Luise Rainer began acting at 16 under the tutelage of Max… Read more
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cover of Doctors and Nurses (Collection of 27 Spanish film heralds, 1935-1966)

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Barcelona: Various Film Studios, 1966. Collection of 27 Spanish film heralds for films released 1935-1966, all featuring themes or plots involving doctors or nurses. Nearly all heralds were printed in Barcelona, by printers I.G. Viladot, Mumru, Marti y Mari, Graficas Bobes, A.G. Marases, and others, upon the Spanish release of international films. Most are for American films, with Spanish,… Read more
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cover of Young as You Feel (Original photograph from the 1931 film)

Young as You Feel (Original photograph from the 1931 film)

by Frank Borzage (director); Edwin J. Burke (screenwriter); Will Rogers, Fifi D'Orsay, Lucien Littlefield (starring)

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Published
1931
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N.p.: N.p., 1931. Vintage reference photograph from the 1931 pre-Code film, showing actors Will Rogers and Fifi D'Orsay. A French singer helps an older, serious-minded businessman loosen up, but his sons decide to intervene, afraid that she is taking advantage of his largesse. Set in Chicago. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine. … Read more
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cover of Women with Guns (Collection of 36 Spanish film heralds, 1937-1969)

Women with Guns (Collection of 36 Spanish film heralds, 1937-1969)

by [Heralds]

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Published
1969
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Barcelona: Various film studios, 1969. Collection of 36 Spanish film heralds for films released 1937-1969, all featuring "gun molls," or women with guns. Nearly all heralds were printed in Barcelona, by printers I.G. Viladot, T.G. Llauger, Marti y Mari, Graficas Valencias, and others, upon the Spanish release of international films. Some are for American films, with Spanish, French, Mexican,… Read more
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cover of Aventuras del capitan Maravillas" and others (Collection of 158 Spanish film heralds, 1923-1971)

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Barcelona: Various Film Studios, 1971. Collection of 158 Spanish film heralds for American genre and drama films released 1923-1971. Nearly all heralds were printed in Barcelona, by printers Marti y Mari, I.G. Viladot, Juan Barguno, Melguizo, Jose Sabadell, Graficas Valencia, and others, upon the Spanish release of international films. Most are for American films, a few Spanish productions, and… Read more
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cover of Classic Film Noir, US and foreign 1934-1961 (Collection of 154 Spanish film heralds, 1934-1961)

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Barcelona: Various Film Studios, 1961. Collection of 154 Spanish film heralds for films noir released 1934-1961. Nearly all heralds were printed in Barcelona, by printers Jose Sabadell, I.G. Viladot, Marti y Mari, Sesor Bailen, Graficas Valencia, and others, upon the Spanish release of international films. Most are for American films, with Spanish, French, Mexican and Swedish films represented, as… Read more
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cover of Fanny (Original photograph from the 1932 French film)

Fanny (Original photograph from the 1932 French film)

by Marcel Pagnol (play, screenwriter); Marc Allegret (director); Raimu, Orane Damazis, Pierre Fresnay (starring)

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Published
1932
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N.p.: N.p., 1932. Vintage oversize double weight reference photograph from the 1932 film, showing the fish stand in the Marseille harbor. With a holograph pencil annotation on the verso, noting the number 8. A young fishmonger's daughter discovers she's pregnant, with little chance of marriage to the father, who has departed overseas for a sailor's life. The… Read more
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cover of Original photograph of King Vidor, in the presence of Ernst Lubitsch, being presented the League of Nations first cinema award for his 1934 film "Our Daily Bread," 1935

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Hollywood: Paramount Productions, Inc, 1935. Vintage press photograph of King Vidor, in the presence of Ernst Lubitch, being presented the first League of Nations cinema award, for his 1934 film "Our Daily Bread," "for its contribution to humanity" by acting French Council Lionel Vasse, Los Angeles, April 2, 1935. Spanish mimeo snipe and stamp from Chilean director and screenwriter… Read more
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cover of Magnificent Obsession (Original screenplay for the 1935 film)

Magnificent Obsession (Original screenplay for the 1935 film)

by John M. Stahl (director); Sarah Y. Mason, Victor Heerman, George O'Neil (screenwriter); Lloyd C. Douglas (novel); Irene Dunne, Robert Taylor, Charles Butterworth (starring)

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Published
1935
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Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1935. Post-production script for the 1935 film. Incomplete as issued. With holograph pencil annotations throughout, most substantive in nature. Included with the script are several sets of paper clipped revision pages, two inserted in sequence within the script, and six laid in, as well as two typed letters regarding uncredited screenwriter Finley Peter Dunne's… Read more
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cover of Celos [Jealousy] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

Celos [Jealousy] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Arcady Boytler (director, screenwriter); Fernando Soler, Arturo De Cordova, Vilma Vidal, Emilio Fernandez (starring)

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Published
1936
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N.p.: N.p., 1936. Typescript draft for the 1936 film. Copy belonging to director Arcady Boytler, with a notation to the first page in holograph ink: "Original de Arcady Boytler / Registrado conforme / La ley XII #1312 28 Sep. 1934," certifying the screenplay as original and registered according to law. The last page bears a similar annotation, also noting… Read more
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