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Pretty Baby (Original photograph from the 1950 film)

Pretty Baby (Original photograph from the 1950 film)

by Dennis Morgan, Betsy Drake, Zachary Scott, Edmund Gwenn, William Frawley (starring); Bretaigne Windust (director); Everett Freeman, Harry Kurnitz (screenwriter)

Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1950. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1950 film. A young woman in Manhattan steals a baby doll from work to carry on the bus so she always has a seat. She gets roped into an even bigger lie when a client overhears her refer to the doll using his name. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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$15.00
Archive of original photographs of stock car race car driver Don Darling, 1972-1974

Archive of original photographs of stock car race car driver Don Darling, 1972-1974

by [Auto racing] Don Darling (subject)

N.p.: N.p., 1974. Archive of 20 vintage black-and-white photographs (along with one color photo) of Central Valley, CA stock car racer Don Darling, 1972-1974. Five photographs loose, the remainder tipped onto black card stock leaves with masking tape. Occasional manuscript ink annotations to the tape, identifying the years, as well as dirt tracks in Roseville and Maryville, CA. Included are images of Darling and others drivers in action, crashed or wrecked cars, many of which appear to be a decade or... Read more about this item
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$650.00
McNaughton's Daughter: Love is a Four-Letter Word (Original photograph from the 1976 Television Series)

McNaughton's Daughter: Love is a Four-Letter Word (Original photograph from the 1976 Television Series)

by Ken and David Victor Trevey (creators); Susan Clark, Ricardo Montalban, and James T Callahan (starring)

Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC], 1976. Vintage black-and-white studio still photograph from the 1976 television series, this episode being "Love is a Four-Letter Word." Susan Clarke stars as Laurel McNaughton, a defense attorney who is faced with prosecuting a respected religious leader accused of murdering his assistant. Shot on location in Hollywood, California. 7 x 9 inches. Near Fine.
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$15.00
Seven Days in May (Three original photographs from the 1964 film)

Seven Days in May (Three original photographs from the 1964 film)

by Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March (starring); John Frankenheimer (director); Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II (novel); Rod Serling (screenwriter)

N.p.: Seven Arts Pictures, 1964. Three vintage studio still photographs from the 1964 film. Nominated for two Oscars, including Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Based on Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey's 1962 novel of the same name. A Cold War political thriller about an attempted coup in the US government. Although the pentagon expressed a dislike for the film, President John F. Kennedy was encouraging, even assisting in its production by arranging a visit to his home in Hyannis Port when the... Read more about this item
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$15.00
Therese [Desqueyroux] (Original photograph taken on the set of the 1962 film)

Therese [Desqueyroux] (Original photograph taken on the set of the 1962 film)

by Georges Franju (director, screenwriter); Francois Mauriac (novel, screenwriter); Claude Mauriac (screenwriter); Emmanuelle Riva, Philippe Noiret, Edith Scob, Sami Frey (starring)

N.p.: N.p., 1962. Vintage borderless reference photograph from the 1962 film, showing actors Sami Frey and Emmanuelle Riva between takes, in conversation with director Georges Franju. Stamp of International Magazine Service on the verso, along with a date stamp reading April 10 1962, and the stamp of Paris-Match and Marie Claire. Based on the 1927 novel by Francois Mauriac, about a woman in a loveless relationship who plans to kill her husband by gradually increasing his medication to induce an... Read more about this item
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$225.00
JOHN T. HILL, author “Walker Evans –The Hungry Eye, handwritten letter/60 words in ink hand-signed, 25 May 97

JOHN T. HILL, author “Walker Evans –The Hungry Eye, handwritten letter/60 words in ink hand-signed, 25 May 97

by John T. Hill, Walker Evans biographer

[WALKER EVANS PHOTOGRAPHER ASSOCIATION; JOHN T. HILL BIOGRAPHER SIGNED LETTER] JOHN T. HILL, author "Walker Evans –The Hungry Eye, handwritten letter/60 words in ink hand-signed, 25 May 97, 3-1/2" x10-1/2" (narrow strip) with envelope with stamped return address Bethany, Connecticut, with enclosures to the author James Mellow in Clinton, CT, about a Walker Evans photograph unknown to Hill, "curiosity from the STRAND…puzzling size…4-1/4 x 3 inches…must have been from the '30s…to be collected by... Read more about this item
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$250.00
Bishop Selwyn

Bishop Selwyn

by Robert White Thrupp (active 1860-1879)

1868. Albumen photograph. 101mm by 60mm. Carte de visite of George Augustus Selwyn (1809 - 1878) who was the first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand. He was Bishop of New Zealand from 1841 to 1858. His diocese was then subdivided and Selwyn was Primate of New Zealand from 1858 to 1868. He was Bishop of Lichfield from 1868 to 1878. The educational institutions named in his honour include Selwyn College, Cambridge (1882), Selwyn College, Otago (1893), and Selwyn house at Kings School, Auckland, New Zealand.... Read more about this item
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$120.89
A Gorgeous Bird Like Me [Une belle fille comme moi] (Three original oversize photographs from the 1972 French film)

A Gorgeous Bird Like Me [Une belle fille comme moi] (Three original oversize photographs from the 1972 French film)

by François Truffaut (director, screenwriter); Henry Farrell (novel); Jean-Loup Dabadie (screenwriter); Bernadette Lafont, Andre Dussollier, Claude Brasseur, Charles Denner (starring)

London: Gala Film Distributors, 1972. Three vintage oversize double-weight photographs from the 1972 French film. With a promotional gold foil label at the bottom right corner of each recto (as issued). A young criminologist falls in love with his subject, a woman accused of murdering her lover and her father. 15.5 x 12 inches. Very Good plus overall, with tiny punch holes at the corners as issued.
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$450.00
The Girl on a Motorcycle (Three original photographs from the set of the 1968 film)

The Girl on a Motorcycle (Three original photographs from the set of the 1968 film)

by Jack Cardiff (director); J.P. Bonnotte (photographer); Andre Pieyre de Mandiargues (novel); Ronald Duncan, Gillian Freeman (screenwriters); Alain Delon, Marianne Faithfull, Roger Mutton, Marius Goring (starring)

Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1968. Two vintage studio still photographs and one vintage reference photograph from the 1968 film, all showing cast and crew members on the set. Based on the 1963 novel by André Pieyre de Mandiargues. Dissatisfied with her husband, newlywed Rebecca takes off on her prized motorbike to visit her lover in Heidelberg. Nominated for the Palme d'Or, and the first film to receive an X rating in the United States. Shot on location in France, Germany, England, and Switzerland.... Read more about this item
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$550.00
Lady of the Camelias [La Dame aux camélias] (Two original photographs from the 1981 French film)

Lady of the Camelias [La Dame aux camélias] (Two original photographs from the 1981 French film)

by Isabelle Huppert, Gian Maria Volontè, Bruno Ganz (starring); Mauro Bolognini (director); Alexandre Dumas (novel); Jean Aurenche, Vladimir Pozner, Enrico Medioli (screenwriters)

N.p.: N.p., 1981. Two vintage borderless reference photographs from the 1981 French film, both showing actress Isabelle Huppert with her lovers. Based on the tragic, rags-to-riches tale of famed courtesan Alphonsine Plessis, the inspiration behind Alexandre Dumas' classic 1848 novel. Set and shot on location in Paris. 9.5 x 7 inches. One Near Fine, one Very Good, with moderate dampstaining on the right edge of the photograph.
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$350.00
Studio 54 (Archive of 14 original photographs, 1978)

Studio 54 (Archive of 14 original photographs, 1978)

by [Pop Culture] [Archives] William Coupon (photographer); Studio 54, Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, Grace Jones, Patti Smith, Divine

N.p.: N.p., 1978. Archive of 14 iconic vintage photographs of Studio 54 celebrities and revelers by photographer William Coupon, all from 1978. Ten of these are signed and dated by Coupon at the bottom right, and one bears a tag on the verso, noting, "Two Dancers, Studio 54, August, 1978." Images of Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, Grace Jones, Patti Smith, and Divine are included in the collection, along with a variety of other glamorous and fascinating visitors to the exclusive New York night club.... Read more about this item
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$15,000.00
Original photograph of Dean Martin, circa 1970s

Original photograph of Dean Martin, circa 1970s

by Dean Martin (subject); Cyril Maitland (photographer)

N.p.: N.p., 1970. Vintage borderless oversize photograph of actor, singer, and comedian Dean Martin, circa 1970s. With the stamp of photographer Cyril Maitland on the verso, along with manuscript pencil and ink annotations regarding cropping and Photoplay magazine. 9.5 x 12.5 inches. Very Good, moderately wavy, with manuscript pencil annotations on the top left corner of the recto.
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$300.00
L'Atlantide (Original oversize photograph from the 1932 film)

L'Atlantide (Original oversize photograph from the 1932 film)

by G.W. Pabst (director); Pierre Benoît (novel); Ladislaus Vajda, Hermann Oberländer (screenwriters); Brigitte Helm, Pierre Blanchar, Jean Angelo (starring)

Various cities: Societe Internationale Cinematographique [SIC] / Nero Film, 1932. Vintage oversize reference photograph from the French-language version of the 1932 film, showing actors Brigitte Helm and Pierre Blanchar. Nero Film blindstamp on the bottom right corner of the recto, and letter stamp ("A") on the verso. A sound remake of the 1921 silent film, in turn based on the 1919 fantasy novel by Pierre Benoît, about two French Algerian officers who are kidnapped by the queen of Atlantis. In an... Read more about this item
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$450.00
Casablanca Movie Still #149 Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Et Al

Casablanca Movie Still #149 Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Et Al

by Movie Still

Lansdale, PA: Freelance. Near Fine. 1972. Photograph. Tape residue on back side. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; 27834ephp .
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$18.00
Cutter's Way [Cutter and Bone] (Collection of nine original photographs from the 1981 film)

Cutter's Way [Cutter and Bone] (Collection of nine original photographs from the 1981 film)

by Ivan Passer (director); Newton Thornburg (novel); Jeffrey Alan Fiskin (screenwriter); Jeff Bridges, John Heard, Lisa Eichhorn (starring)

Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1980. Collection of nine vintage studio still photographs from the 1981 film, here under the working title "Cutter and Bone," dated 1980. Based on Newton Thornburg's 1976 novel "Cutter and Bone." Alex Cutter (John Heard) returned home from the Vietnam War minus an eye, leg, and arm. His friend, an aimless playboy, Richard Bone (Jeff Bridges) is witness to someone dumping the body of a young girl and thinks that it may be oil magnate JJ Cord (Stephen Elliott). Cutter,... Read more about this item
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$40.00
Marina Picasso

Marina Picasso

by Cinquini, Alain

Carros: Alain Cinquini, 2000. 22x15 cm. Color photo. Very Good. Alain Cinquini (1941-2021), photographer L'Est Républicain - Nov. 04, 2012: [Article on Alain Cinquini] It all started when he came across Yves Montand, Paul Newman and their respective wives. "I went to ask them to take a picture. Newman didn't want to. Simone Signoret told me that it was good to have asked... Montand understood that I would be there, at the exit of the restaurant, and practically organized a session by showing the... Read more about this item
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$50.00
The Rocket from Calabuch (Three original photographs from the 1956 film)

The Rocket from Calabuch (Three original photographs from the 1956 film)

by Luis García Berlanga (director, screenwriter); Leonardo Martín, Florentino Soria, Ennio Flaiano (screenwriters); Edmund Gwenn, Valentina Cortese, Juan Calvo, Franco Fabrizi (starring)

N.p.: Águila Films, 1956. Three vintage studio still photographs from the 1956 film. An Italian-Spanish co-production. A nuclear scientist decides that his work is not doing any good for humanity and runs away to a small coastal town in Spain to hide. Set in Calabuch, Spain, shot on location in Peñsicola, Castellón, Spain. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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$75.00
The Assassination of Trotsky (Original photograph from the 1972 film)

The Assassination of Trotsky (Original photograph from the 1972 film)

by Joseph Losey (director); Nicholas Mosley (screenwriter); Richard Burton, Alain Delon, Romy Schneider, Valentina Cortese (starring)

Paris: Films sans Frontieres, 1972. Vintage reference photograph from the 1972 film, showing actors Romy Schneider and Alain Delon. With the stamp of S.A. Excelsior Films on the verso, along with several manuscript ink annotations. Having been ousted from the USSR, Leon Trotsky travels through Europe to Mexico, where he establishes residence in the 1930s and 1940s, hoping to hide from the murderous intentions of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. Set in Mexico and shot on location in Mexico and Italy. 10... Read more about this item
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$275.00
Family Plot (Original photograph of William Devane from the 1976 film)

Family Plot (Original photograph of William Devane from the 1976 film)

by Alfred Hitchcock (director); William Devane, Karen Black, Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris (starring); Victor Canning (novel); Ernest Lehman (screenwriter)

Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1976. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1976 film. Based on Victor Canning's novel "The Rainbird Pattern." Snipe printed on the verso of the image. Shot on location in California. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine with pin holes. Rosenbaum 1000.
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$15.00
Lifeboat (Original photograph of Tallulah Bankhead on the set of the 1944 film)

Lifeboat (Original photograph of Tallulah Bankhead on the set of the 1944 film)

by Alfred Hitchcock (director); Jo Swerling (screenwriter); Tallulah Bankhead, William Bendix (starring)

N.p.: N.p., 1944. Vintage reference photograph from the set of the 1944 film, showing actress Tallulah Bankhead sitting and reading a newspaper that makes reference to World War II. A group of survivors are stranded on a lifeboat following a Nazi attack on their merchant ship. Tensions are high as the group negotiates food rations and tries to plot a course to land or rescue. The first film in Alfred Hitchcock's "limited setting" series, followed by "Rope" (1948), "Dial M for Murder" (1954), and "Rear... Read more about this item
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$300.00
Poor Cow (Keybook photograph from the 1967 film)

Poor Cow (Keybook photograph from the 1967 film)

by Ken Loach (director, screenwriter); Nell Dunn (novel, screenwriter); Carol White, John Bindon, Terence Stamp (starring)

London: National General Pictures, 1967. Vintage black-and-white double weight linen-backed keybook photograph from the 1967 film. With a three-hole punch at the left margin as called for, and a mimeo snipe on the verso noting actors White and Bindon (pictured), as well as actor Terence Stamp, novelist and screenwriter Nell Dunn, director Ken Loach, and producer Joseph Janni. Set in London, and shot there on location. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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$45.00
Dolemite (Collection of seven original photographs from the 1975 film)

Dolemite (Collection of seven original photographs from the 1975 film)

by D'Urville Martin (director, starring); Jerry Jones (screenwriter, starring); Rudy Ray Moore, Lady Reed, Hy Pyke (starring)

Los Angeles: Dimension Pictures, 1975. Collection of seven vintage studio still photographs from the 1975 film. A former pimp attempts to regain control of his nightclub, which has been taken over by his rival, several corrupt cops, and drug dealers. Set and shot on location in Los Angeles. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine. Howard, Blaxploitation Cinema, p. 43, 130-131.
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$175.00
Photograph & Program - Ariel Ladies' Quartette

Photograph & Program - Ariel Ladies' Quartette

Boston, MA: Holland (photographer), 1880. Moderate wear. Scuffs and light fading.. A 9 3/4" x 13 1/4" photograph on card on a slightly larger mount captioned "Ariel Quartette". Depicts the four singer in a parlor scene, perhaps the studio, presumably in performance attire as each of their light colored dresses is adorned with floral garlands. A guitar for accompaniment. Reverse is blank. Also includes a 4 pp. program for the Graduation Concert at Lebanon High School, Class of 89 with entertainment by... Read more about this item
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$225.00
Put yourself in Jack Baker's shoes! If you were elected MSA president... Could you forget the people who put you there? Jack Baker - MSA President [mini-poster]

Put yourself in Jack Baker's shoes! If you were elected MSA president... Could you forget the people who put you there? Jack Baker - MSA President [mini-poster]

by Baker, Jack, photo by Paul R. Hagen

[Twin Cities campus, University of Minnesota]: [Baker campaign for Minnesota Students Association], 1971. 8.5x11 inch poster/handbill with a photo of Baker in jeans, button-up shirt - and high heel shoes. Fine condition. Baker, a law student, won the election in what he hailed as a victory for "sophistication" among the student body. In 1970, Baker and his partner had applied for a marriage license in Minnesota, had been denied on grounds that two men could not marry, and challenged the decision in the... Read more about this item
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$65.00
The Fallen Idol [The Lost Illusion] (Two original photographs of Carol Reed on the set of the 1948 film)

The Fallen Idol [The Lost Illusion] (Two original photographs of Carol Reed on the set of the 1948 film)

by Carol Reed (director); Graham Greene (screenwriter, story); William Templeton, Lesley Storm (screenwriters); Ralph Richardson, Michele Morgan (starring)

Buckinghamshire: London Film, 1948. Two vintage reference photographs of director Carol Reed on the set of the 1948 British film, one showing Reed with a camera crew on location, and the other showing Reed between takes with actors Ralph Richardson and Bobby Henrey. Both photographs with printed mimeo snipes affixed the versos, one with the stamp of photographer Leslie Baker on the verso, and one with a studio stamp incorrectly crediting Anthony Asquith's 1948 film "The Winslow Boy." Based on Graham... Read more about this item
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$950.00