Published by London: Writers&Readers/ Unwin Paperbacks, 1986., 1986
159pp, (5.5 x 8.25 inches), b&w illustrations by Wayne White. Good condition in wrappers (soft cover), Top corner bumped, pages affected. Light vertical crease on front cover, corners rubbed. Spine creased and book is cracked open at page 82/83. But still pages are firmly attached, clean, no internal creases, no tears or markings. Sort of a cross (in style) between a graphic novel and a fan magazine.
Seller Inventory # 18383
Published by NY: Pocket Books/Archway, (1987)., 1987
1st printing stated. 117pp, mass market paperback, b&w photos. Near Fine in wrappers (softcover). tight and bright, no crease, no chips, no markings. Movie monsters, and the special effects that made them.
Seller Inventory # 11090
(5.5 x 7.25 inchs), postmarked Oct. 1976, color photo of Blake on one side, address and greeting from Blake (with facsimile signature) on the other. Note this is NOT signed by Blake, but bears a copy of his signature.
Seller Inventory # 6801
Published by Macedon, NY: Elan Press, [no date, but 1980's]., 1980
Variously paginated, but 42pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), printed one side only. Very Good condition, soft cover, stapled at top corner. Looks like it was made on a copier, as is common with early fanzines. Clean and crisp, no tears or creases, no markings. Features two stories with the characters from Man from UNCLE: The Touring Affair and The Sun Dagger Affair. Some amateurish b&w sketches.
Seller Inventory # 21906
Published by NY: Prentice Hall, (1988)., 1988
1st edition stated, 1st printing. 296pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos, index. Near Fine condition in wrappers (softcover). Corners a little soft, a remainder mark on bottom page edges, otherwise everything crisp, tight, bright. No markings, creases or tears, no spine creasing. Biographies of the stars, episode guide, one final-draft script, an unused story outline, awards, credits, et al.
Seller Inventory # 10231
Published by Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., (1932)., 1932
238pp, (5.5 x 7.75 inches), illustrated with b&w photos from the movie, illustrated endpapers. Good/ no DJ. Hardcover, tan cloth with blue and black decoration (the face of Parker). Corners and ends of spine a little worn, but covers clean, spine straight. Hinges a little loose, pages browning at the edges. A few words written on ffep, the first 3 pages have some smudges, otherwise contents clean and tight. The illustrations are from the RKO movie. Includes scripts of two broadcasts and some songs.
Seller Inventory # 11935
Published by Universal City: MCA Publishing, 1980., 1980
A Jove paperback, #K5709. 144pp, VG condition, crisp and clean, light reading crease, but phone number written in ink on last page. B&W stills from the movie on every page.
Seller Inventory # 2945
Published by Venice, CA: Trilby Posters, [no date].
B&W photo, (5 x 8 inches), on stiff card. The other side is printed as a postcard, with a place for a 5c stamp. Titled "Judy Garland - 220." Postcard is unused, looks a little handled, rubbed along one edge of the photo. Judy is dressed as a drum majorette, with baton, short skirt, white boots and tall hat, saluting. There is a backdrop behind her, with a treble clef and staff and notes. The backdrop is open in the center as if she has just stepped through it. From the 1941 movie "Ziegfield Girl." Digital photos available.
Seller Inventory # 15279
Published by Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Unicersity Press, 1978., 1978
1st edition. [xviii],203pp. 8vo, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. NF/VG. Hardcover in dust jacket. Previous owner's gift inscription on front endpaper, otherwise book is crisp and tight, corners sharp. DJ has very light soil and edgewear, some tiny nicks, now in DJ protector. Chronicles public perceptions of the South during the 2oth century. Time Magazine review laid in.
Seller Inventory # 2005
Published by Los Angeles: El Capitan Theater, 1946., 1946
Souvenir Program. (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos. Only Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover).Covers lightly worn and soiled, light brown stain along bottom edge of front cover. A little bump at bottom corner affects back cover and last two pages. Contents are clean, bright, no tears or creases, no markings. Photos of Marie Wilson, Renfro and Daisy, Bonnie Baker, Harold and Lola, The Hollywood Elderlovelies, Robert Middlemass, Elizabeth Walters, The Liphams, Ben Yost's Vikings, Jack Mulhall, Lew Hearn, Harris & Shore, Russell & Renee, Joyce Elaine, and a number of "Glamour Lovelies," comedians, actors, singers, etc.
Seller Inventory # 19335
Published by NY: Simon & Schuster, 1953., 1953
George Price (illustrator). 2nd printing stated. 264pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w drawings by George Price. Very Good/Very Good, hardcover with dust jacket. Spine ends a little fort, otherwise book is clean, firmly bound, corners sharp, no markings. The jacket has some wear, especially to edges where there are tiny chips and a few litle tears, nothing deeper than 1/2 inch. Now in DJ protector. "Unorthodox histories and success stories, a gallery of hustlers, all of them fascinating, funny and forgivable.".
Seller Inventory # 24574
Published by Grove Press, 1961., 1961
6th printing of this edition. 112pp, (5.25 x 8 inches), b&w photos. Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Covers barely soiled, opened too wide at pages 30-31, otherwise binding is sound, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. Includes an introduction, synopsis and notes by Duras, the complete script of the film, and over 70 pnotographs.
Seller Inventory # 24606
Published by NY: Universe Books/ Darien House Book, 1975., 1975
1st printing stated. 256pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos. Near Fine/ Good, hardcover with dust jacket. Spine ends a little soft, otherwise the book is clean, tight, crisp, corners sharp, no markings. Unclipped DJ is a little worn, edges are rubbed and have chips and tears, nothing deeper than 1/2 inch. Now in DJ protector. The Film Classics Library. "the most accurate and complete reconstruction of a film in book form: over 1500 frame blow-up photos shown sequentially and coupled with the complete dialogue from the original soundtrack.".
Seller Inventory # 19873
Published by HarperCollins, 1995., 1995
1st edition, 1st printing. 307pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, bibliogaphy, index. Remainder mark on bottom of text-block. Otherwise Near Fine/Near Fine, hard cover with a dust jacket. Clean, bright and tight, corners sharp, spine straight, no chips, tears or creases, no markings. Jacket is now in a DJ protector.
Seller Inventory # 26115
Published by NY: Random House, (1959)., 1959
31pp plus 2 fold-out illustrations, color and b&w photos and drawings every page. VG/no DJ. Glossy illustrated boards, edges a little rubbed, tips of upper corners bumped. 1.5 inch tear to upper edge of first fold-out illustration, a short crease to upper fold of the second one. Otherwise pages crisp and clean, no markings. Laid in is an invitation from then New Mexico Governor Burroughs to the premiere held at the Lensic Theater in Santa Fe. (Lew Wallace, the author of "Ben-Hur" was a Territorial Governor of New Mexico, thus the location for the premiere.).
Seller Inventory # 10128
Published by La Habra: ESE California/Academy Awards Books, ., 1975
Unpaginated, but about 96pp, (8.5x11 inches), b&w photos on every page. VG/VG. Hardcover with dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Lower front corner bumped, with matching chip in the dust jacket. Otherwise book is crisp and tight, no markings. White DJ shows very light wear, dusty looking, a little wear to top edge, especially at corners and head of spine. Winners include Art Carney, Ellen Burstyn, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert De Niro, Ingrid Bergman, "The Godfather Part II," "Amarcord.".
Seller Inventory # 10129
Published by Santa Fe: 1982., 1982
The Lensic Theatre and the Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe, April 23-29, 1982. Program from the film festival. Unpaginated, but 48pp, (8.5x11 inches). VG+ in stapled illustrated wrappers (soft cover). Wear along top edge of back cover. History, photos, reviews, ads.
Seller Inventory # 2169
Published by KMEL 106 FM.
Bill Graham Presents The Rolling Stones 1981 October 17 Candlestick Park collector's card. Black, red and white. Tatooed face on front. Reverse has Rainbow Records ad: "$2.00 off on any Rolling Stones LP or Tape. Offer expires October 31, 1981." Near Fine condition, clean and bright, no tears or creases.
Seller Inventory # 24827
Published by Philadelphia: Running Press, 1979., 1979
1st edition, 1st printing with complete number series. Unpaginated but 40pp, (9x8 inches), color photos. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). covers are a little rubbed. Contents are fine, crisp, clean, tight, no bumps. tears or creases, no markings. There is a round red label on the front cover (not printed, glued on) stating "Star of Sturday Night Live, Free Record Inside." The red flexible vinyl record is separated from its stub (which is bound in) and is now just laid in. It appears to be fine, though I have no way to play it. The record is titled "The Official Sound Track for the Mr. Bill Show (Book)." Record is stamped 33 1/3 rpm, monaural and carries the 1979 copyright date. Each page of the book is a full-page photo of a scene from an actual SNL show, with Mr. Hands, Sluggo, Spot, and Mr. Bill, et al.
Seller Inventory # 21871
Published by Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 1996., 1996
172pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), list of feature and made-for-TV films mentioned in the book, index. Near Fine condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Red cloth, everything is clean, tight, crisp, corners sharp, no markings. James S. Appleby, Geof Brewer, Polly Burson, John Cade, Tony Cecere, Mike Dewey, Gary Epper, Jeannie Epper, Debbie Evans, Martin Grace, Leslie Hoffman, J. David Jones, Walter T. Rosenfeld, Paul Stader.
Seller Inventory # 23172
Published by NY: Illustrated Editions Company, 1932., 1932
232pp, (5.25 x 8 inches), charming little b&w drawings (by Gilbert) throughout. Frontis illustration of a program for H.M.S. Pinafore. Very Good/Fair, hardcover with dust jacket. The boards are blue/green with a gilt and red decoration, yellow spine with red and gilt as well. Boards are bright and clean, corners sharp. A small shallow water stain to the fore-edge of some pages, endpapers (pastedowns) are tanned with offsetting from the glue used in binding. Pages show some light tanning, otherwise the contents are clean,bright and tight, no markings. The jacket is seriously worn and soiled, with sizeable chipping, short tears. Now in DJ protector. Includes text of The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance, H.M.S.Pinafore & The Bab Ballads.
Seller Inventory # 23367
Published by Missoula: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, 1987., 1987
1st printing stated. 176pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos, notes, list of feature films fron the twenties and thirties. Just a trace of rubbing at corners, otherwise everyting clean and bright, no tears or creases, no markings. Chapters include: Exhibition aviators, wing walkers, Hollywood dogfights, Associated Motion Picture Pilots. Lots of great old photos of people and planes.
Seller Inventory # 24550
Published by London: Jonathan Cape, 1994., 1994
1st british edition, 1st printing. 276pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, index. Near Fine/Near Fine, hard cover with a dust jacket. Everything clean, bright, tight. No bumps, tears or creases, no markings. Jacket is now in a DJ protector. The story of Garbo and" two of her greatest loves -Mercedes de Acosta and Cecil Beaton.".
Seller Inventory # 26100
98pp, (6.5 x 9.5 inches), b&w photos. Near Fine condition in orange illustrated wrappers (softcover). Covers lightly rubbed, otherwise tight, crisp, no markings, no creases. Collection of 15 articles by various authors. SIGNED and inscribed by Pierre Jenn at his contribution. Text in French.
Seller Inventory # 9696
Published by NY: Grove Press, 1994., 1994
Ex-Library. 1st edition. 578pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, notes, index. Hardcover with dust jacket. The usuall library stamping, pocket, spine label. Otherwise book and jacket are bright, clean, not bumps, tears or creases, binding very tight. DJ is in a jacket protector. Appears very little used.
Seller Inventory # 25984
Published by Hollywood: Show, 1970., 1970
88pp, (9.5 x 12.5 inches), color and b&w photos. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Back cover lightly soiled, faint crease (more of a bend) to lower corner of magazine. Mailing label on back, with old scotch tape over it. Contents clean, tight, crisp, no markings. Articles include: "Mankiewicz of the Movies (director Joseph L.) ," "Rock Threads (clothes and designers for pop music stars)," "Expanded Cinema" film criticism by Gene Youngblood, "A Catch-22 Family Album (casual photos from the making of the movie)" by Alan Arkin, a photo-article on a very young Blythe Danner, "Seeing Woodstock Plain (candid photos), "Ken & Glenda & Peter & Nina (Ken Russell, Glenda Jackson, and the Tchaikovskys - the movies are 'Women in Love' and 'Lonely Heart'), May West in "Myra Breckinridge," part 2 of "The tragedy of the Metropolitan Opera" by Sally Hammond, "How some of the magic went out of 'Stanley Sweetheart's Garden'.".
Seller Inventory # 21732
Published by NY: Kensington Publishing / Citadel Press, 2002, 2002
1st pribnting. 214pp, (7x10 inches), color and b&w photos, bibliography, index. Near Fine condition in wrappers (soft cover). Crisp, clean, bright and tight, no markings, no bumps, tears or chips. No spine creasing. "Lavishly illustrated guide to films - cult, clasic and outrageous - portraying on-screen sex and seduction." From the Victorian era to "Deep Throat," including "previously unpublished studio stills and color photos." (from the back of the book).
Seller Inventory # 22646
Published by NY: The Viking Press, 1941., 1941
Book League Edition. 2nd printing before publication. 143pp, (7x10 inches), b&w photos. Very Good/ Fair, hardcover with dust jacket. Bound in natural buckram cloth with green cover decoration and green spine titles, and top edge stained green. Tips of two corners just barely bumped, offsetting (tanning) to endpapers and pastedowns from the glue used in binding. Contents are fine, crisp, clean, tight, no markings. DJ is lightly soiled and sunned (darkened) with considerable edgewear. Chips and tears, including a one inch triangular peice missing from head of DJ spine. (Now in jacket protector). Photos by Rosa Harvan Kline and Alexander Hackenmid. Film produced and ditected by Herbert Kline and Associates. "With 136 Photographs from the Film of the Same Name." Goldstone & Payne A14b.
Seller Inventory # 19541
Published by Warner Brothers, 1987, 1989, 1992, &1998., 1998
Boxed set of four video tapes: Lethal Weapon, Lethal Weapon 2, Lethal Weapon 3, and Pure Lethal: New Scenes, New Angles and Explosve Out-takes. Starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Box shows a little rubbing, tapes still in original plastic. I can only assume in fine unplayed condition.
Seller Inventory # 22425
Published by Vonderschmitt Amusement, Ent., 1935, 1935
64pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Only Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). The covers are soiled and worn, top front corner chipped, and the fore-edge of front cover has some little nicks and chips. The spine is reinforced with old scotch tape. A few pages have a light wrinkle or tiny chip at a corner, but still are clean, binding tight. Every page has photos of old movie stars from that period, most with a recipe, supposedly their favorite. Shirley Temple, Baby Le Roy, Bing Crosby. Ginger Rogers, James Cagney. Dolores Del Rio, Ruby Keeler, Frederic March. Gary Cooper, Carole Lombard, and on and on. Advertisements for local Indiana merchants inside the front and rear covers.
Seller Inventory # 18414