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Movies & Film, Hollywood From Timeless Books


Sir Henry at Rawlinson End and Other Spots

By Stanshall, Vivian

Eel Pie Publishing Ltd, 1980. 101 pages, black and white photos. Clean inside & out but for tiny speck on side edge, light corner wear, tiny nick on front cover near spine.. Oversized Soft Cover. Good. Used.


Lost Country

By Salamanca, J.R.

Simon & Schuster, 1958. 599 pages, untrimmed edges. Few faint smudges, light scuff to boards, browning of pages, text clean. Author's first novel which became the basis for the 1961 film "Wild in the Country" directed by Phillip Dunne, starring Elvis Presley, Hope Lang and Tuesday Weld. . First Printing Stated. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Used.


It Takes More Than Talent : As told to Alyce Canfield

By Leroy, Mervyn; Canfield Alyce

Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. 300 pages, untrimmed edges, orange cloth boards. Boards are clean, text is unmarked. Dustjacket is bright & clean but stained on spine, few smudges on rear, tiny tears, light scuff. A down-to-earth, factual, insider's book about how Hollywood works, and how you can work in Hollywood. Contents include: What Makes a Good Screen Story?; How To Sell a Story to the Movies; Become a Director; Bea a Star; Production Office and the Big Plan; Dress Designer; Praisery Department; Hard-to-Crack Fields; Television; etc.0. First Edition Stated. Hard Cover. Good/Good. Used.


You'll Never Make Love in This Town Again

By Parrent, Joanne;Frankel, Terrie Maxine;Frankel, Jennie Louise

Dove Books, 1995. 251 pages, inscription & both author's signature on reverse of half title page. Boards are clean text is unmarked, laid-in copy of the books standing in Los Angeles Times Best Seller List on first and last page. Dustjacket is bright & clean. This all-true tell-all follows the lives of four young women who traveled to Hollywood in search of fame and fortune, but instead ended up selling themselves to the sex-starved celebrities who we all know by name. . Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.


Property from the Estate of Greta Garbo Beverly Hills, Ca - December 14 * 15, 2012 : Julien's Auctions

By Julien's Auctions

Julien's Auctions, 2012. 301 pages, color & black-and-white photos. Auction catalogue in hard back.. Hard Cover. As New/No Jacket.


Master Mummer

By Oppenheim, E. Phillips

New York, NY, U.S.A.: A.L. Burt Company, 1904. 309 pages, b/w illustrations. Boards have few small light spots, frey at edges, corner & spine, cloth tear at base of spine, cloth webbing showing at front and read endpapers (all pages firmly attached), text clean. Book was the basis for the 1915 film by the same name starring William West & Mary Fuller. Story is about mythical king of Waltenburg who allowed his daughter Isobel to give up her right to the throne so that she can marry an actor. But she dies a few years later leaving a daughter who under the laws of Waltenburg is still heair to the throne. She is placed in a convent where she grows up but it doesn't end there..... Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket. Used.