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13 Hours by Air [Twenty Hours by Air] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)
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13 Hours by Air [Twenty Hours by Air] (Original screenplay for the 1936 film)

by Mitchell Leisen (director); Kenyon Nicholson, Bogart Rogers (screenwriter); Fred MacMurray, Joan Bennett, Zasu Pitts (starring)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1936. Continuity and Dialogue script (pre-production) for the 1936 film, here under the working title "Twenty Hours by Air." With faint manuscript pencil annotations throughout. Typescript in black and red type. What should be a routine transcontinental flight from New York to San Francisco is complicated by its shady passengers, which include three jewel thieves, a strange nobleman, and a beautiful socialite. Brown untitled wrappers, rubber-stamped Paramount Production No. 1801. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Kenyon Nicholson. 146 leaves, with last page of text numbered 145. Black and red typescript on onionskin stock, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with yapping on the front wrapper's right edge, bound with two gold brads.
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20,000 Men a Year (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

20,000 Men a Year (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Alfred E. Green (director); Lou Breslow, Owen Francis (screenwriters); Randolph Scott, Preston Foster, Margaret Lindsay (starring)

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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Final script for the 1939 film. With a single manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper. A commercial pilot grounded for reckless flying decides to start his own flying school, which becomes the profitable hub of a new government-funded civilian pilots' training program. Blue titled wrappers, noted as FINAL on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 13 and production No. 1856, dated August 22, 1939. Distribution page present, with receipt intact. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Lou Breslow and Owen Francis. 158 leaves, with last page of text numbered 152. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with blue revision pages throughout, dated variously between 8/28/39 and 9/19/39. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with some minor tears and yapping to the right edge, bound internally with three gold brads.
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20,000 Men a Year (Original post-production screenplay for the 1939 film)

20,000 Men a Year (Original post-production screenplay for the 1939 film)

by Alfred E. Green (director); Lou Breslow, Owen Francis (screenwriters); Randolph Scott, Preston Foster, Margaret Lindsay (starring)

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Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Post-production Continuity and Dialogue script for the 1939 film. With a single manuscript pencil notation on the front wrapper. A commercial pilot grounded for reckless flying decides to start his own flying school, which becomes the profitable hub of a new government-funded civilian pilots' training program. Blue titled wrappers, noted as CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE on the front wrapper, dated October 23, 1939. Title page present, with credits for director Alfred E. Green, screenwriters Lou Breslow and Owen Francis, and various other members of the cast and crew. 150 leaves, with last page of text numbered 149. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with some yapping to the lower edges, bound with two gold brads.
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20,000 Years in Sing Sing (Original photograph of Michael Curtiz on the set of the 1932 film)

20,000 Years in Sing Sing (Original photograph of Michael Curtiz on the set of the 1932 film)

by Spencer Tracy, Bette Davis, Louis Calhern (starring); Michael Curtiz (director); Lewis E. Lawes (book); Courtney Terrett, Robert Lord, Wilson Mizner, Brown Holmes (screenwriters)

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N.p.: N.p., 1932. Vintage reference photograph from the 1932 pre-Code film, showing director Michael Curtiz and a camera crew filming a scene. From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler. Based on the 1932 memoirs of former prison warden Lewis E. Lawes, about a brash convict's increasingly desperate attempts to escape Sing Sing. Set in Ossining, New York. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, lightly age toned. Grant US. Spicer US Precursor.
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6 Hours to Live [Six Hours to Live] (Original screenplay for the 1932 film)
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6 Hours to Live [Six Hours to Live] (Original screenplay for the 1932 film)

by William Dieterle (director); Morton Bartaux, Gordon Morris, Bradley King (screenwriters); Warner Baxter, Miriam Jordan (starring)

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Hollywood: Fox Film Corporation, 1932. Final Shooting script for the 1932 film, here under the working title "Six Hours to Live." With manuscript pencil annotations on the front wrapper. By way of a scientific experiment, a murder victim is revived from death, but has only six hours to find his killer. An early directorial effort by the great William Dieterle, foreshadowing the dark elements that would eventually define his work in film noir. Green titled wrappers, noted as FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped production No. 607, dated 8/5/32, with credits for screenwriters Gordon Morris, Morton Barteaux, and Bradley King. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Gordon Morris, Morton Barteaux, and Bradley King, director William Dieterle, and various crew members. 116 leaves, with last page of text numbered 109. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with carbon typescript revision pages on onionskin stock throughout, dated variously between 8-8-32 and 8/9/32. Pages… Read More
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Action for Slander (Original photograph from the 1937 film)

Action for Slander (Original photograph from the 1937 film)

by Tim Whelan (director); Mary Borden (novel); Miles Malleson, Ian Dalrymple (screenwriter); Clive Brook, Ann Todd, Margaretta Scott, Arthur Margetson, Ronald Squire (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: London Film Productions / United Artists, 1937. Vintage reference photograph from the 1937 film. With one provenance stamp on the verso. Based on the 1937 novel by Mary Borden. A man accuses the man who is having an affair with his wife of cheating during a card game. 10 x 8 inches. Very Good plus.
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The Adventures of Marco Polo (Original photograph from the 1938 film)

The Adventures of Marco Polo (Original photograph from the 1938 film)

by Archie Mayo (director); N.A. Pogson (novel); Robert E. Sherwood (screenwriter); Gary Cooper, Sigrid Gurie, Basil Rathbone (starring)

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Los Angeles: Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1938. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1938 film. Archie Mayo's 1938 film depicts the adventures of Marco Polo, starring Garry Cooper, Sigrid Gurie, and Basil Rathbone. Shot on location in California. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus with a few faint creases (see image). Manuscript pencil notation to the verso.
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The Affairs of Cellini [The Firebrand] (Original photograph from the 1934 film)

The Affairs of Cellini [The Firebrand] (Original photograph from the 1934 film)

by Gregory La Cava (director); Bess Meredyth (screenwriter); Edwin Justus Mayer (play); Constance Bennett, Fredric March, Frank Morgan, Fay Wray (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: 20th Century Pictures / United Artists, 1934. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1962 film, here advertised under working title, "The Firebrand." Based on the 1945 play by Edwin Justus Mayer. A duke and duchess both have their eyes on other people, but do not want the other to know. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, with one small tear to the top left corner and a small chip missing from the top right corner.
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Album of lobby cards and photos from 30 animated films, signed by key animators
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Album of lobby cards and photos from 30 animated films, signed by key animators

by Lotte Reiniger, Frank Thomas, Arthur Babbitt, Grim Natwick, Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston, Norman McLaren, Ward Kimball, John Hubley (animators)

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Various cities: Walt Disney Pictures / HanWay Films, 1967. Album of thirty lobby cards and photographs from thirteen animated films, all SIGNED or INSCRIBED by animation directors to fellow animator Les Gibbard. Lotte Reiniger,Norman McLaren, John Hubley, Arthur Babbitt, Grim Natwick, and four of Disney's famed "nine old men," Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston, and Ward Kimball, all have signatures in the album, with the occasional humorous addition to the image or dated inscription. Signatures date from 1973 and 1974. The album contains images for eight animated classics: "Bambi" (1942), "Pinocchio" (1940), "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937), "Gulliver's Travels" (1939), "The Jungle Book" (1967), "Dumbo" (1941), "It's Tough to Be a Bird" (1969), and "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" (1949). The album also has four still photographs for films by early avant-garde animator Norman McLaren: "Le Merle" (1958), "A Chairy Tale" (1957), "Blinkity Blank" (1955), and an unknown film, as… Read More
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Alexander Nevsky (Original photograph from the 1938 film)
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Alexander Nevsky (Original photograph from the 1938 film)

by Sergei Eisenstein (director); Sergei Prokofiev (composer); Nikolai Cherkasov (starring)

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Moscow: Mosfilm, 1938. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1938 Russian epic film. Phototeque stamp on the verso, along with a production number stamp 5251. One of director Sergei Eisenstein's undisputed masterpieces, and one of the great historical films, telling the story of how the titular Alexander Nevsky, a Russian prince, led a ragtag army to battle the invading Teutonic knights of the Holy Roman Empire. Though it utilized a more conventional narrative than Eisenstein's previous films, the film employed the most advanced cinematic techniques of its day, and remains a remarkable visual achievement. The film was also a remarkable piece of propaganda: a year after the film's release, Stalin signed a nonaggression pact with Hitler-and suddenly the film was removed from cinemas, as it no longer reflected the party line against Germans. As a result, ephemera from the film's original release is scarce. 8.5 x 11.5 inches. Very Good plus, lightly worn at the corners. Criterion Collection 87.
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Ambush [I Robbed a Bank] (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

Ambush [I Robbed a Bank] (Original screenplay for the 1939 film)

by S.J. Perelman (screenwriter); Kurt Neumann (director); Laura Perelman (screenwriter); Robert Ray (story)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1938. Revised White script for the 1939 film, seen here with the title "I Robbed a Bank," which has been stricken through on the title page. A gang attempts a bank robbery, only to find that one of the gang member's sisters works there. The gang abducts her and a truck driver while attempting their getaway, and the hostages must secretly try to help the cops find the fugitives. Written by well loved humorist S.J. Perelman and his wife Laura Perelman, "Ambush" marks a significant but entertaining departure from their best-known works, such as their co-writing work on Marx Brothers films "Monkey Business" and "Horse Feathers." White side-stapled titled wrappers, dated December 13, 1938, noted as production No. 1198 and copy No. 0038. Title page integral with the front wrapper, as issued. 115 eaves, with last page numbered D-28. Mimeograph duplication, with blue revision pages throughout dated between 10-10-38 and 10-21-38. Very Good plus, lacking rear wrapper.
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American Madness (Two original photographs from the 1932 film)
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American Madness (Two original photographs from the 1932 film)

by Frank Capra (director); Robert Riskin (screenwriter); Walter Huston, Pat O'Brien, Kay Johnson, Constance Cummings, Gavin Gordon (starring)

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1932. Two vintage reference photographs from the 1932 film. During the Great Depression, a bank owner's bank is robbed and his protégé, an ex-con, is the only suspect. His protégé can't reveal his alibi because one of his witnesses is having an affair he does not want revealed. Partially shot on location at Citizen's National Bank in Los Angeles, California. 8 x 10 inches. Poor, with significant creasing on across the top middle of the photographs.
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...And So Victoria (Original treatment script for an unproduced film)

...And So Victoria" (Original treatment script for an unproduced film)

by William Vaughan Wilkins (novel); Jenia Reissar (screenwriter)

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Los Angeles: David O. Selznick, 1937. Treatment script for an unproduced film. Based on the novel by [William] Vaughan Wilkins initially published on May 3, 1937 by Jonathan Cape. A romantic adventure story, set in the 19th century, involving a poor girl who falls in love with a boy descended from royalty, resulting in the usual problems. Blue titled wrappers, with credits for novelist William Vaughan Wilkins. Title page present, dated April 20, 1937 for the treatment submission and May 3, 1937 for the novel's publishing date, with credits for novelist William Vaughan Wilkins. 46 leaves, with last page of text numbered 41. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.
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Anna Karenina (Original photograph taken on the set of the 1935 film)

Anna Karenina (Original photograph taken on the set of the 1935 film)

by Leo Tolstoy (novel); Clarence Brown (director); S.N. Behrman, Clemence Dane (screenwriters); Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1935. Vintage reference photograph from the 1935 film, showing a ballroom interior, with crew members visible to the far left. MGM stamp on the verso. From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler. Based on the classic 1877 novel by Leo Tolstoy, about a young woman whose loveless marriage leads her to begin an affair with a dashing Czarist officer. Set in St. Petersburg. 10 x 8 inches. Pinholes at the corners, else about Near Fine.
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Anna Karenina (Original photograph from the 1935 film)

Anna Karenina (Original photograph from the 1935 film)

by Leo Tolstoy (novel); Clarence Brown (director); S.N. Behrman, Clemence Dane (screenwriters); Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1935. Vintage reference photograph from the 1935 film, showing Greta Garbo as Anna Karenina on the train voyage home, draped in furs and wistfully looking out the window. From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler. Based on the classic 1877 novel by Leo Tolstoy, about a young woman whose loveless marriage leads her to begin an affair with a dashing Czarist officer. Set in St. Petersburg. 10 x 8 inches. Lightly creased at the corners, else Near Fine.
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Archive of advertising and photographs for portable 35mm film projectors
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Archive of advertising and photographs for portable 35mm film projectors

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New York: International Projector Corporation, 1931. Archive consisting of an original sales brochure and eleven photographs for portable Acme-Simplex 35mm film projectors, from 1931. The Simplex projector line was one of the most popular US brands from the silent era until the transition to digital projection in the 1990s. Portable projectors were available in both silent and sound formats, and in the 1930s were still marketed primarily as an educational tool for institutional use, for schools, prisons, hospitals, churches, travel agencies, and the like. Projector technology would rapidly accelerate throughout the ensuing decades, reaching a peak in the postwar period, when personal projector use would hit an all-time high. Included in the archive is a 22 page sales brochure, photo-illustrated throughout, containing in-depth descriptions of the projectors offered for sale by International Projector Corporation in 1931, as well as several pages describing the projectors' utility in a variety of… Read More
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Aventuras del capitan Maravillas and others (Collection of 158 Spanish film heralds, 1923-1971)
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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 notable others include English's "The Adventures of Captain Marvel" (1941), Tourneur's "Cat People" (1942), Fleming's "Gone with the Wind" (1939) and "The Wizard of Oz" (1939), Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt" (1943), Beebe's "The Shadow of the Eagle" (1932), from Blystone's "Our Hospitality" (1923) to Hough's "Twins of Evil" (1971). Film handbills, or heralds, were essentially mini film posters, and were produced as an economical way to promote both international and regional films, distributed by press agencies and theaters shortly before the film's local release. Many were released with specific text on… Read More
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Becky Sharp (Three original photographs from the 1935 film)
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Becky Sharp (Three original photographs from the 1935 film)

by Rouben Mamoulian (director); William Makepeace Thackeray (novel); Langdon Mitchell, Francis Edward Faragoh (screenwriter); Miriam Hopkins, Frances Dee, Cedric Hardwicke (starring)

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Culver City, CA: RKO Radio Pictures, 1935. Three vintage studio still photographs from the 1935 film. Based on William Makepeace Thackeray's 1848 novel, "Vanity Fair." Based on Thackeray's classic novel, the film was the first feature length film to be shot with the three-strip Technicolor technique. However, the poorly written script made the film rather unsuccessful commercially. Miriam Hopkins was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance. 10 x 8 inches. Very Good, with light creasing overall, black manuscript annotations to the verso, and a small tan piece of paper affixed to the verso of image BS-73. Images vary slightly in size due to cropping.
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Big Broadcast of 1938 (Original screenplay for the 1938 film)
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Big Broadcast of 1938 (Original screenplay for the 1938 film)

by W.C. Fields, Martha Raye, Dorothy Lamour, Lynne Overman, Shirley Ross (starring); Mitchell Leisen (director); Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Russel Crouse, Walter DeLeon, Ken Englund, Howard Lindsay, Francis Martin (screenwriters)

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Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1937. Final script for the 1938 film. The S.S. Gigantic, an expensive, "radio-powered" ocean liner prepares to race its rival, the ocean liner S.S. Colossal, across the Atlantic, from New York to Cherbourg, in two and a half days. Sabotage and romantic hijinks ensue on both sides. Bob Hope's first feature film appearance. Self wrappers. Title page present, dated September 11, 1937, noted as FINAL WHITE SCRIPT, stamped FILE COPY and MASTER FILE, noted as production No. 1157. 145 leaves, with last page of text numbered D-54. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only, with blue revision pages throughout, dated 10-15-37. Pages Very Good plus, with the title page and last three leaves separated from the binding, side stitched with two staples.
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Big City (Original photograph from the 1937 film)

Big City (Original photograph from the 1937 film)

by Frank Borzage (director); Dore Schary, Hugo Butler (screenwriters); Luise Rainer, Spencer Tracy (starring)

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Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1937. Vintage reference photograph from the 1937 film, showing actors Spencer Tracy and Luise Rainer at a street sign for Times Square. With manuscript annotations on the verso. A gang bombing is wrongly blamed on a taxi driver's pregnant wife, leading New York city officials to threaten to deport her. Set and partially shot on location in New York. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus.
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