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American Cinematographer - 50th Anniversary Issue, January 1969
1 American Cinematographer - 50th Anniversary Issue, January 1969
Los Angeles: American Cinematographer Magazine, 1969. Small 4to, embossed hardcover. Presentation copy from film editor Herb A. Lightman to the Watts Training Center. Very good.. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Willis O'Brien - Special Effects Genius, Archer, Steve
2 Archer, SteveWillis O'Brien - Special Effects Genius
McFarland & Company, 1993. 1st ed., The definitive work on O'Brien, with complete filmography and technical data as well as biographical material. 8vo, cloth,226 pp. Fine, as-new copy in pristine condition.. 
Price: 115.00 USD
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Uncle Scrooge McDuck / His Life and Times, Barks, Carl
3 Barks, CarlUncle Scrooge McDuck / His Life and Times
Celestial Arts, 1981. A new copy of this great compendium, published by Celestial Arts, 1981. This is number 1587 of an edition of 5000, leatherbound and with an original lithograph signed and numbered by Carl Barks. The book includes an appreciation by George Lucas and an afterword by Gary Kurtz, as well as an interview with Barks' wife Gare, a bibliography, an Uncle Scrooge checklist, 13 Uncle Scrooge stories including Back to the in the Sky, The Seven Cities of , Land of the Pygmy Indians. While a new copy, this was used as a store display and there is some rubbing damage to the inset illustration on the front cover and a small chip from spine. Priced accordingly.. 
Price: 325.00 USD
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This is Television, Carrickford, Richard
4 Carrickford, RichardThis is Television
London: Frederick Muller, 1967. Third, revised edition (1967) of Ralph Steadman's first book appearance. The first edition was published in 1958 and is quite scarce. VG-Near fine copy; some erased pencil marks on end-paper and some very light foxing in upper right corner of title page. In VG d/w with a few small nicks and some light spotting on back cover.. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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e Vere's Negro Sketches and Endmen's Gags, De Vere, William
5 De Vere, Williame Vere's Negro Sketches and Endmen's Gags
Charles T. Powner Co, 1946. The 1946 reprint of a minstrel book first published in 1924. Fine copy; no chops or tears -- just some very light age-toning to the news pulp pages.. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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6 Devere, WilliamDevere's Negro Sketches / Recitations and End-Men's Gags
Charles T. Powner, 1946. 1946 reprint of a book first issued in 1924. 8vo illustrated wrappers. 130 pp. A collection of minstrel gags, jokes, and speeches 'adapted to the use of amateurs and professionals.' Fine copy; no chips or tears - mild age-toning to the news pulp pages.. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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They All Sang, Edward B. Marks
7 Edward B. MarksThey All Sang
NY: Viking Press, 1935. 3rd printing (1935) but warmly inscribed by author Edward Marks to Hollywood writer/producer Jerry Wald on the birth of Wald's son. Walk wrote and produced several classic films, including the musical Stars Over Broadway and the Bogart classics Dark Passage and Key Largo. The inscription is on the front free endpaper and is dated 1942. The book itself is in fine condition except for some yellowing on the front and rear-paste-downs where the dust wrapper flaps rested against the book. The dust jacket is present but is yellowed at the back and has about a dozen chips and tears along the edges.. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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Knight's Gambit, Faulkner, William
8 Faulkner, WilliamKnight's Gambit
NY: Random House, 1948. 1st ed., 8vo in dustjacket. This copy from the library of Hollywood film producer Jerry Wald, and bearing his inked signature on the front end paper. Wald produced the Faulkner films The Sound and the Fury and The Long Hot Summer. The book is very good-near fine with just some light discoloration in the top right front corner of the binding. The dust jacket is good only. No large tears but has a 1/2" closed tear at front lower spine, a 1/2" open tear at upper spine, a 1/4" chipped from top of spine and assorted edge wear and rubbing.. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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The Art of Walt Disney . From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms, Finch, Christopher
9 Finch, ChristopherThe Art of Walt Disney . From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms
New York: Abrams, 1973. The true first edition (1973) with the original 3-dimensional applique of Mickey Mouse and acetate dustjacket. The book itself is in fine condition, with the white cloth still bright on the front and with just some minor soiling along the top and bottom edges of the back cover (from shelf-wear). The acetate d/w has some scuffs and a few crayon marks and has two 3" closed tears on the back a 1/2" closed tear on the front.. 
Price: 110.00 USD
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10 Hart, William S.The Law on Horseback and Other Stories
Los Angeles: Times-Mirror Press, 1935. 1st ed. (1935) in dust-jacket, inscribed to western film actor Guinn "Big Boy" Williams. (Dodge City, Santa Fe Trail, the Comancheros). A good copy; interior is clean and tight. Front hinge is a little loose at top, but fully intact. A few stains inside front cover where the inked signature bled when the book was apparently closed before the ink dried. 1/2" light stain on front cover, otherwise exterior has average wear but no significant defects. Only the front panel of the dust jacket is present.. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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11 Hecht, BenThe Great Magoo
NY: Ben Hecht & Gene Fowler, 1933. 1st ed., in d/w. 12mo, cloth. 208 pp. First edition of the play by Hecht and Fowler, with decorations by Herman Ross. Some light toning on end papers, otherwise a fine copy in a very good d/w. D/w is rubbed along fore-edge and top and bottom is spine.. 
Price: 43.50 USD
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Front Page, The, Hecht, Ben and MacArthur, Charles
12 Hecht, Ben and MacArthur, CharlesFront Page, The
NY: Covici-Friede, 1928. First edition. 8vo pale grey cloth, fore- and bottom edges untrimmed, Near fine copy with a fade-blemish on spine and one small dirt smudge on back cover . Text and endpapers clean and unmarked. Fair d/w not priced clipped; flaps vg-fine but lacking lower 3” of spine and upper 1” with large chips, smaller tears and nicks on back panel and flap edges. Dampstain at edge of d/w spine. Nevertheless, quite scarce in d/w.. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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The Rat Race, Kanin, Garsin
13 Kanin, GarsinThe Rat Race
New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1950. 1st ed., (1950) in dust-jacket. Inscribed by Kanin to Academy Award winning Hollywood producer-director Jerry Wald. [The Roaring Twenties (1939), The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942), Destination Tokyo (1943), Mildred Pierce (1945), Peyton Place (1957), An Affair to Remember (1957). The book itself is in fine condition with no defects other than some light discoloration from the dust jacket resting inside back cover. The dust jacket has no large tears, but is chipped along top edge, a 1/2" closed tear at top rear of back flap, and some light foxing on the back cover and spine.. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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14 Kingsley, SidneyDead End
New York: Random House, 1936. A 1936 copy, but not the first printing. In dust jacket with $2 price inside front flap and notation of 245 titles in the Modern Library on back flap. With three wood-engravings by Julian Wehr. This is the book that inspired the "Dead End Kids" films. The book itself is in fine condition with no defects other than very light age-toning along top edge. The jacket is good only with a 1" open tear on back, several smaller nicks along top edge and bottom of spine, darkened spine with several small chips and rubs, and light soiling to back.. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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Matsukaze / A Japanese No Play by Kwanami  Translated into English by Dan Frank Waugh, Kwanami aks Kanami
15 Kwanami aks KanamiMatsukaze / A Japanese No Play by Kwanami Translated into English by Dan Frank Waugh
New York: Privately Printed by Dan Frank Waugh, 1933. 8vo, decorated rice-paper over boards, 1/4 vellum. 36 pp. Matsukaze( Wind in the Pines?) is one of the most highly regarded of Noh plays. It tells of two ghost sisters — Matsukaze (Wind in the Pines) and Murasame (Autumn Rain) — who await their lover long after his and their deaths. Interior pages on rice-linen. Fine in original black cardboard slipcase; the slipcase s split open but present. No. 8 of 75 copies.. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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The Wild Party, March, Joseph Moncure
16 March, Joseph MoncureThe Wild Party
1st ed.(1928, 8vo without dustjacket. Privately published in an edition of 200 copies, this copy unnumbered. The Wild Party is a book-length, jazz-age narrative poem. It was widely banned but a publishing success nevertheless perhaps because of the controversy. The poem tells the story of two lovers who live in a decadent style that March depicts as unique to Hollywood. They decide to have one of their parties, complete with illegal bathtub gin and the couple's colorful, eccentric friends, but the party does not unfold without more tumultuous goings-on than planned. A new hardcover edition was released in 1994 with the subtitle The Lost Classic. It featured about fifty black-and-white illustrations by Art Spiegelman. Condition: Interior is clean but with the first signature slightly loose but fully intact. Fuscia endpapers have some fading at edges. Covers are heavily rubbed with a 2" scratch in front cover and some abrasion along the cloth near the back of the spine. An inked number, faded, at bottom of spine. Possibly a library mark.. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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All My Sons / A Play in Three Acts, Miller, Arthur
17 Miller, ArthurAll My Sons / A Play in Three Acts
Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. First, 8vo, beige cloth. The true first edition of Miller's first published play, but without dust-jacket. The book is clean and tight internally with no chipping, rubbing, or noticeable shelf-wear and with no markings inside or out. There are several very light 'rust' spots on the front cover and gutter and some light sunning on back panel. If only it had the jacket.. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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18 Riley, Philip (Ed.)The Mummy
Magic Image FilmBooks, 1989. 1st ed. thus. 4to, black cloth. Facsimile of the original script for the 1932 Boris Karloff film -- originally entitled "Im-Ho-Tep", screenplay by John Balderston. With 54 pages of introductory essays and photos from the film and promotional materials. Volume 7 in the Universal Filmbooks series, This is the special limited edition of 100 copies signed by the editor, the publisher, contributor Forrest Ackerman, Researcher Gregory Man, Egyptologist Walter Daughterty, and Zika Johann -- Boris Karloff's co-star in the 1932 film who contributes one of the essays. A fine copy but with a yellowed strip along inside of front hinge, 1/2" wide from a binding defect.. 
Price: 600.00 USD
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Sons and Soldiers, Shaw, Irwin
19 Shaw, IrwinSons and Soldiers
NY: Random House, 1944. 1st ed, a fine copy in dust-jacket. The book itself is nearly pristine. The dust jacket is fine; no chips or tears but some light age-toning on spine.. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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Film Poster:
20 Struzan, DrewFilm Poster: "William Shakespeare's King Lear" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Preliminary design for the mock film poster used in Steven Spielberg’s second Jurassic Park film, The Lost World. During the sequence where the T-Rex terrorizes San Diego, we are treated to a scene in which an out of control bus smashes into a video store. In the front window of the store we briefly glimpse a film poster for King Lear starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. This inside joke was apparently a reference to Schwarzenegger's brief portrayal of "Hamlet" in his 1993 film Last Action Hero -- the unsuccessful blockbuster that was shunted to box office obscurity by the release of the first Jurassic Park the week before. Named by the Boston Globe as "the greatest poster artist of our time," Struzan is one of the most successful film artists of the past 40 years, having painted more than 150 movie posters, including all of the films in the Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, and Star Wars series as well as non-Spielberg/Lucas features such as Rambo, Blade Runner, and Harry Potter. This "17”x25" preliminary design is not the same poster shown in the film, which, though similar, is larger and has added graphics. No other copy of this poster, in any format, has previously appeared on the market.. 
Price: 2250.00 USD
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