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Mon Oncle (Three original photographs from the set of the 1958 film)

By Tati, Jacques (director, screenwriter, starring); Jacques Lagrange, Jean L'Hote (screenwriters)

Neuilly-sur-Seine, France: Gaumont, 1958. Three vintage borderless photographs showing director Jacques Tati at work on the set of the 1958 film. With the stamps of the French Film Office's New York address, as well as film information, on the verso. The director's second of four films featuring the inimitable Monsieur Hulot. In this chapter, Hulot strays from his rather ordinary Paris neighborhood and into a modern, suburban one, where technological chaos reigns. Nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and winner of the Jury Special Prize, and winner of an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. 7.25 x 9.5 inches (14 x 24 cm). Near Fine. Criterion Collection 111. Ebert II. Rosenbaum 1000.

$1500.00

The Red Badge of Courage (Original photograph from the set of the 1951 film)

By Huston, John (director, screenwriter); Stephen Crane (novel); Albert Band (screenwriter); Audie Murphy, Bill Mauldin, Douglas Dick (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1951. Vintage studio still photographs from the 1951 film showing director John Huston on location. Based on the classic 1895 novel by Stephen Crane. At the completion of shooting, Huston considered the film one of his best, but MGM cut over an hour from his film before releasing it to a poor reception. 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). Very Good plus, with light creasing to the corners, and light toning to the margins. Godard, Histoires du cinema.

$400.00

Night and Day (Original photograph from the set of the 1946 film)
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Night and Day (Original photograph from the set of the 1946 film)

By Curtiz, Michael (director); Pat Clark (still photographer); Charles Hoffman, Leo Townsend, William Bowers, Jack Moffit (screenwriters); Cary Grant, Alexis Smith, Monty Woolley, Donald Woods (starring)

Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1946. Vintage photograph from the 1946 film, showing director Michael Curtiz, and stars Cary Grant, Monty Woolley, and Donald Woods conferring on the set. With the stamp of photographer Pat Clark and a mimeo snipe on the verso. A fictionalized biography of composer Cole Porter. Grant's first color film. Nominated of an Academy Award. 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). Near Fine. Hirschhorn, The Hollywood Musical.

$325.00

Rosalie (Original photograph of W.S. Van Dyke on the set of 1937 film)
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Rosalie (Original photograph of W.S. Van Dyke on the set of 1937 film)

By Van Dyke, W.S. (director); William Anthony McGuire (screenwriter, play); Guy Bolton (play); Cole Porter (composer); Nelson Eddy, Eleanor Powell, Frank Morgan, Ilona Massey (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1937. Vintage photographs of director W.S. Van Dyke instructing a bleacher full of young women, including stars Eleanor Powell and Ilona Massey, on the set of the 1937 musical film. With a mimeo snipe on the verso. Based on the 1928 Broadway musical, about a West Point cadet who falls for a Vasser student who just happens to be a princess in disguise, with most of the original songs by George and Ira Gershwin replaced with new material by Cole Porter, including the classic "In the Still of the Night." 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). About Near Fine. Hirschhorn, The Hollywood Musical.

$325.00

The State of Things (Original photograph from the 1983 film)
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The State of Things (Original photograph from the 1983 film)

By Wenders, Wim (director, screenwriter); Robert Kramer, Joshua Wallace (screenwriters); Patrick Bauchau, Allen Garfield, Isabelle Weingarten (starring)

US: Gray City, 1983. Vintage borderless double weight reference photograph from the 1983 film. With a holograph notation on the verso identifying the film by its French language title. A film crew holes up in an abandoned hotel, having run out of money while shooting a science fiction film, waiting for the director to track down their missing producer, who is hiding from the mob. Filmed by Wim Wenders during a delay in the production of his 1981 film "Hammett," using much of the same cast and crew as Raul Ruiz's "The Territory," whom Wenders was assisting at the time. 6.25 x 9 inches (16 x 23 cm). Near Fine. Rosenbaum 1000. Weldon 1996.

$275.00

Broadway Rhythm (Original photograph from the 1944 film)
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Broadway Rhythm (Original photograph from the 1944 film)

By Del Ruth, Roy (director); Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II, Harry Clork, Dorothy Kingsley (screenwriters); George Murphy, Ginny Simms, Charles Winninger, Gloria DeHaven, Lena Horne (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1944. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1944 film, showing jazz vocalist Hazel Scott, who appears as herself in the film, performing onstage. With a typed notation on the verso identifying Scott. Loosely based on the 1939 Broadway musical "Very Warm for May" by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein, but following a similar showcase structure of MGM's "Broadway Melody" films. 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). About Near Fine. Hirschhorn, The Hollywood Musical.

$65.00

Memento (Collection of 5 original photographs from the 2000 film)
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Memento (Collection of 5 original photographs from the 2000 film)

By Nolan, Christopher (director, screenwriter); Jonathan Nolan (short story, screenwriter); Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano (starring)

Beverly Hills: Newmarket, 2000. Collection of five vintage studio still photographs for the Canadian release of the 2000 US film. The film the introduced Christopher Nolan to the world. Nominated for two Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay. Based on a short story "Momento Mori" by Jonathan Nolan, who would not only continue to collaborate with his brother, but also go on to success as a creator of television. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Fine. Grant US. Silver and Ward Neo-Noir. Spicer US Neo-Noir. National Film Registry.

$125.00

The Nat "King" Cole Musical Story (Two original photographs from the 1955 film)
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The Nat "King" Cole Musical Story (Two original photographs from the 1955 film)

By Cole, Nat "King" (starring), Will Cowan (director)

Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1955. Two vintage studio still photographs from the 1955 film. A short subject documentary about the life and career of Nat "King" Cole, and exploring his shift from jazz trio leader to solo R&B artist. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Near Fine.

$150.00

Year of the Horse (Original photograph from the 1997 film)
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Year of the Horse (Original photograph from the 1997 film)

By Jarmusch, Jim (director); Mike Hashimoto (photographer); Neil Young and Crazy Horse (starring)

New York: October Films, 1997. Vintage borderless photograph from the 1997 film. With the sticker of photographer on the verso. A documentary following Neil Young and Crazy Horse on their 1996 tour, featuring concert footage, interviews by director Jim Jarmusch, and archival footage. Followed by the release of a live album with the same name, but featuring a different track listing. 7 x 4.75 inches (18 x 12 cm). Fine.

$150.00

Sleeper (Original photograph from the 1973 film)
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Sleeper (Original photograph from the 1973 film)

By Allen, Woody (director, screenwriter, starring); Marshall Brickman (screenwriter); Diane Keaton (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1973. Vintage photograph from the 1973 film. A health food store owner is cryogenically frozen in 1973, only to be revived 200 years later to help lead a rebellion against inept totalitarian government. 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). Very Good plus, with pinholes to the corners, light soil, and some shallow creasing. Weldon 1983.

$250.00

High Society (Original photograph from the set of the 1956 film)
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High Society (Original photograph from the set of the 1956 film)

By Walters, Charles (director); Cole Porter (music) Philip Barry (play); John Patrick (screenwriter); Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, John Lund (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1956. Vintage photograph of stars Grace Kelly and Louis Armstrong having a conversation between takes on the set of the 1956 film. With a United Press Association stamp and date stamp of January 26, 1956 (dating the photograph to the first month of filming) on the verso. Based on the 1939 play "The Philadelphia Story" by Philip Barry, previously adapted in 1940 under the original title. Grace Kelly's only musical, and her final film before leaving acting to become Princess of Monaco. Nominated for two Academy Awards, including one for Cole Porter for his original song, the now classic "True Love." 7 x 9 inches (18 x 23 cm). Light diagonal creasing to the corners, Near Fine. Hirschhorn, The Hollywood Musical.

$350.00

Darling (Original photograph from the set of the 1965 film)
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Darling (Original photograph from the set of the 1965 film)

By Schlesinger, John (director); Frederic Raphael (screenwriter); Julie Christie, Laurence Harvey, Dirk Bogarde (starring)

UK: Jospeh Janni Productions, 1965. Vintage borderless photograph on the set of the 1965 film, showing director John Schlesinger and stars Julie Christie, Laurence Harvey, and Dirk Bogarde relaxing between takes. With the stamp of distributor the Rank Organization on the verso. A cynical look at Swinging London, about a fashion model who sleeps her way into high society, only to be left empty and alone when she finally marries a rich prince. Winner of three Academy Awards, including Best Original Screenplay and Best Actress for Julia Christie, and nominated for two more, including Best Picture and Best Director. 9.25 x 7.5 inches (23 x 19 cm). Very Good plus, with light creasing to corners, a tiny closed tear, and some light edgewear.

$200.00

Masculin feminin (Collection of 6 photographs from the 1966 film)
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Masculin feminin (Collection of 6 photographs from the 1966 film)

By Godard, Jean-Luc (director, screenwriter); Guy de Maupassant (short stories); Jean-Pierre Leaud, Chantal Goya, Marlene Jobert (starring)

Paris: Anouchka Films / Argos Films / Sandrews / Svensk Filmindustri, 1966. Collection of six vintage, oversize, double weight studio still photographs from the 1966 film. Originally to be based on two Guy de Maupassant short stories, "The Signal" and "Paul's Mistress," director Jean-Luc Godard discarded almost all elements of the stories and instead filmed improvisationally based on ideas written down the night before. 11.75 x 9.25 inches (30 x 23 cm). Pinholes to the corners, else Near Fine. Criterion Collection 308. Rosenbaum 100. Schrader 8. Vogel, Film as a Subversive Art.

$175.00

Johnny Guitar (Original photograph from the 1954 film)

By Ray, Nicholas (director); Roy Chanslor (novel); Philip Yordan (screenwriter); Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden (starring)

North Hollywood: Republic Pictures, 1954. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1954 film. Based on the 1953 novel by Roy Chanslor, about a saloon keeper accused by the local townsfolk of taking part in robberies by a local gang led by her former lover, but deeper and weirder than any description can do justice. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Near Fine. Ebert III. Godard, Histoires du cinema. National Film Registry. Olive Films 448. Rosenbaum 1000. Scorsese, A Personal Journey Through American Movies. Silver and Ward Classic Noir.

$25.00

The Manchurian Candidate (Two original photographs from the 1962 film)

By Frankenheimer, John (director); Richard Condon (novel); George Axelrod (screenwriter); Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh, Angela Lansbury (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: M.C. Productions / United Artists, 1962. Two vintage studio still photographs from the 1962 film. Based on Richard Condon's 1959 novel. A film that managed the unlikely feat of being both timely and well ahead of its time, combining several ambitious themes, including thought control, political assassination, multinational conspiracy, Oedipal issues, and Cold War paranoia. Still riveting today, and along with "Seconds" (1966), helped cast Frankenheimer as the master of the paranoid, unsettling thriller. Contrary to popular belief, the film was not pulled from circulation following the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, but did disappear in 1972 when rights reverted to Frank Sinatra, who subsequently neglected to pursue continued distribution. This lapse continued until the 1988, when Sinatra re-released the film to theaters in conjunction with MGM and United Arists. Set in Korea and Washington, D.C., shot on location in New York, California. Nominated for two Academy Awards. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Very Good plus. Complete collation details available on request.

$45.00

Sabrina (Two original photographs from the 1954 film)

By Wilder, Billy (director, screenwriter); Samuel A. Taylor (play, screenwriter); Ernest Lehman (screenwriter); Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, William Holden (starring)

Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1954. Two vintage studio still photographs from the 1954 film. One of the photographs with a sticker noting the photograph is from the collection of film historian, collector, and founder of the Tele Cine Documentation (TCD) cinema photo library Daniel Bouteiller on the verso. The second photograph is from a later Paramount rerelease of the film. Based on the 1953 Broadway play by screenwriter Samuel Taylor. Winner of an Academy Award and nominated for five more, including Best Director, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay. Remade by director Sydney Pollack in 1995, starring Julia Ormond, Harrison Ford, and Greg Kinnear. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Near Fine Complete collation details available on request. National Film Registry.

$45.00

Door-to-Door Maniac [Five Minutes to Live] (Two original photographs from the 1961 film)

By Karn, Bill (director); Cay Forester, Palmer Thompson, Robert L. Joseph (screenwriters); Johnny Cash, Donald Woods, Cay Forester (starring)

USA: Sutton Pictures / American International Pictures [AIP], 1966. Two vintage studio still photographs from the 1966 rerelease of the 1961 film, originally titled "Five Minutes to Live," but retitled by AIP (and probably better known as) "Door-to-Door Maniac." In a screenplay written by star Cay Forester, a robber holds the wife of a bank manager hostage while his partner tries to extract ransom by threatening her life, only to have their plans complicated when the manager reveals he was planning on leaving his wife anyway. The first of only two theatrical film roles by Johnny Cash, although he would also appear in several made-for-television movies. 10 x 8 inches (25 x 20 cm). Near Fine. Complete collation details available on request. Grant US. Silver and Ward Classic Noir. Weldon 1983.

$75.00

Old Yeller [Le Fidele Vagabond] (Collection of 6 press photographs featuring a dog show at Harcourt Studios in France, upon the release of the 1957 American film)
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Old Yeller [Le Fidele Vagabond] (Collection of 6 press photographs featuring a dog show at Harcourt Studios in France, upon the release of the 1957 American film)

By Stevenson, Robert (director); Fred Gipson (screenwriter, novel); William Tunberg (screenwriter); Rudd Weatherwax, Frank Weatherwax (dog trainers)

Paris: Harcourt Studios, 1959. Collection of 6 original black-and-white single weight press photographs from a dog show at Harcourt portrait studios in France, presumed upon the 1959 French release of the 1957 US film, "Old Yeller," the French title being "Le Fidèle Vagabond." Housed in the original brown paper envelope with with notations on the front in holograph pencil and ink, noting photographer M. Dole. Three photographs with Gravaert watermark, and five with brief holograph pencil, on the versos. Among the photographs are two fascinating images behind the scenes of an animal pageant: in one, a mildly bemused audience spotted with various styles of contemporary women's hat fashion, in the other a representative from the youth organization holding a sign reading "Nous cherchons un Maître" (We are looking for a Master). A few pageant officials also seen, a presenter in horn-rimmed glasses, and two dog handlers, one resembling noted Hollywood trainer Rudd Weatherwax, who trained the original Old Yeller with his brother, Frank. Hanging portraits are also seen, all having Harcourt Studios imprint. 7 x 9.5 inches (17.75 x 24 cm). Near Fine, slight curling.

$250.00

The Night of the Iguana (Original photograph from the set of the 1964 film)
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The Night of the Iguana (Original photograph from the set of the 1964 film)

By Huston, John (director, screenwriter); Tennessee Williams (play); Anthony Veiller (screenwriter); Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr, Sue Lyon (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1964. Vintage photograph from the 1964 film, showing actors Richard Burton and Sue Lyons rehearsing on the set, a script open on the table beside them. With a mimeo snipe on the verso. Based on the 1961 play by Tennessee Williams, about an alcoholic former priest, who strands the female tour group he is guiding at a cheap hotel run by a former friend's widow. Nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one. Set and shot on location in Mismaloya and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the latter of which became a popular tourist destination after the film's release. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Near Fine.

$325.00

Confessions of an Opium Eater (Original photograph from the 1962 film)
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Confessions of an Opium Eater (Original photograph from the 1962 film)

By De Quincey, Thomas (novel); Albert Zugsmith (director); Robert Hill (screenwriter); Vincent Price (starring)

Glendale, CA: Allied Artists, 1962. Vintage borderless photograph from the 1962 film. With identifying holograph notations and a sticker noting the photograph is from the collection of film historian, collector, and founder of the Tele Cine Documentation (TCD) cinema photo library Daniel Bouteiller on the verso. Loosely based on the 1822 novel by Thomas De Quincey, the film transposes the setting to San Francisco's Chinatown, and involves Price in mystery set in the criminal underworld. 7 x 5 inches (18 x 13 cm). Near Fine. Rosenbaum 1000. Weldon 1983.

$175.00

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