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Image for Dei Kleine Seehjungfrau [The Little Mermaid]

Dei Kleine Seehjungfrau [The Little Mermaid]

By: (Wulfing, Sulamith) Anderson, Hans Christian

Price: $185.00

Publisher: Wuppertal-Elberfeld, Sulamith Wulfing: 1953

Seller ID: 10501


1st ed. Self-published by Wulfing in 1953. Limited printing and now scarce. German text. The suite of illustrations consists of 8 color images and 8 monotone illustrations. Bound in gold-stamped cardboard cover. Interior is clean and bright; light surface wear and light age-toning to covers; a 1/4" spot on back cover. View more info

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DRACULA [First Grosset Edition]

By: BRAM STOKER

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap, Garden City, New York: 1923

Edition: 1st thus.

Seller ID: k191118b

Condition: Fair


8vo. 354 pp. [2] Orange boards, black lettering. American reprint, probably first (thus) by this publisher. While most listings date Grosset editions to 1931, the year the film was released, we believe this edition was actually published in 1923 or possibly 1924. The advertisement on the last page lists a number of titles by Rafael Sabatini, the oldest being "Fortune's Fool" which was published in 1923. The 1931Grosset edition is the photoplay edition, with four stills from the film inside. Condition: Fair: rubbed at corners, spine ends, spine lightly toned; front hinge cracking but still ... View more info

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The Definitive Best of the Horror Show (Signed, Limited)

By: Dean Koontz, et al

Price: $65.00

Publisher: CD Publications: 1992

Edition: 1st ed., limited signed

Inscription: Inscribed by all 35 authors

Seller ID: k191109b

Condition: New


Slipcased edition, signed by all 35 authors, numbered 435 of 500 copies. New in slipcase, some edge wear to d/w. Contents: I Scream Man by Robert R. McCammon; The Young Man Who Did Not Know His Father; and We Are the Dead by Darrell Schweitzer; The Elder; and Optional Music for Voice and Piano by Poppy Z. Brite; Piano Moon; and Self-Possessed by Steve Rasnic Tem; The Well that Whispered Darkness by Ardath Mayhar; Site B by Colleen Drippe'; The Visitor; and They Came From The Suburbs by Paul F. Olson; Mole; and The Place Where All Things Go To Die by Susan M. Watkins; Razors by Ron Wolfe; The ... View more info

Image for Original Teleplay/ Script for the television series Logan’s Run:  “Crypt” [1977]
With extensive editing annotations by script supervisor Jack Gannon.

Original Teleplay/ Script for the television series Logan’s Run: “Crypt” [1977] With extensive editing annotations by script supervisor Jack Gannon.

By: Ellison, Harlan & Hayes, Al

Price: $950.00

Publisher: Goff-Roberts-Steiner Production [MGM Television] : 1977

Edition: 1st edition

Seller ID: k200110c

Condition: Good


Story by Harlan Ellison, teleplay by Al Hayes. A Goff-Roberts-Steiner Production [MGM Television] Final Draft Sept 2, 1977. 53 printed pages plus 2-page integrated title page and character/set list; mostly on white first draft sheets but with about a dozen pink and blue revision sheets inserted. Script Supervisor Jack Gannon’s copy, with his penciled name on the cover and extensive handwritten annotations and dialog changes on every page, including versos, recounting production notes, changes in dialog, camera references. Probably used to prepare for editing [or for a continuity sc... View more info

Image for Film treatment -- Giant Woman: An Original Story Idea [Attack of the 50-ft Woman]

Film treatment -- Giant Woman: An Original Story Idea [Attack of the 50-ft Woman]

By: George Beck, Russell Birdwell

Price: $350.00

Publisher: 1957

Seller ID: k190126m


8-1/2x1, typed carbon, yellow paper. 12 looseleaf sheets in three post paper folder with typed titles; dated May 28, 1957. Completely different from the 1958 film Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, but you have to wonder whether it gave someone at the studio the brilliant idea. “Think of Esther Williams; now think of Anita Ekberg. Think of them both -- physically. Then after turning them both slowly over [in your mind, of course] dwell on the most luscious attributes lavished on each by a bountiful Nature. …Take that result and multiply IT by about twenty. Now you have Gigante. She’s something... View more info

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My Best Science Fiction Story as Chosen by 25 Outstanding Authors

By: Margulies, Leo & Oscar J. Friend (eds) Isaac Asimov, Robert Bloch, John W. Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Robt Heinlein and others

Price: $250.00

Publisher: NY Merlin Press: 1949

Edition: 1st ed.

Seller ID: k190813a

Condition: Very good


1st ed. of this collection of 25 short stories, each prefaced with an author’s introduction. Collected are: Isaac Asimov's Robot AL 76 Goes Astray, Robert Heinlein The Green Hills of Earth, Robert Bloch's Almost Human, John W. Campbell, Jr. Blindness, Frederic Brown Nothing Sirius, L. Ron Hubbard The Professor Was a Thief, The Uncharted isle Clark Ashton Smith. Wade Wellman's Space Station No. 1. Other contributors: Arthur K. Barnes, Eando Binder, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury, Cleve Cartmill, L. Sprague de Camp, Paul Ernst, John Russell Fearn, Edmond Hamilton, Henry Kuttner, , Murray Leinster... View more info

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"Worms of the Earth" Publisht on Mars by Interplanetary Association Year of Reason 7654321

By: The Interplanetary Traveler / A. Martian [pseud.] Wardwell, Simon

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Rhode Island, Simon Wardwell: 1915

Edition: 1st ed.

Seller ID: k191112a

Condition: Near fine


n.p., n.d. [providence r.i.; 1915] 16mo, stapled wrappers. 26 pp. 1 illustrations and line diagram. A dissertation in rhyming poetry describing the reality of the backward, dystopian Earth from the point of view of a vaguely described technologically and morally advanced Mars. A companion work -- “The Earthians: From Cave Man in One Thousand to the Cave Man in Ten Thousand” -- recounted the history of the human race comparing it, unfavorably, with that of Mars. See: Utopian Literature in English: An Annotated Bibliography From 1516 to the Present by Lyman Tower Sargent: Penn State ... View more info

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Bradbury: An Illustrated Life, a Journey to Far Metaphor [Boldly signed by Bradbury with sketch

By: [Ray Bradbury] Jerry Weist

Price: $95.00

Publisher: William Morrow & Co: 2002

Edition: 1st edition

Inscription: Signed by Bradbury with sketch

Seller ID: K200125A


William Morrow & Co; 2002. 1st edition [stated, with full number line]. 4to, blue cloth. 208 pp. A stunning "visual biography" using images from television, film, theatre, paintings, photographs, and book illustrations to chronicle Bradbury’s life. Unusually signed by Bradbury with a humorous sketch of a cat’s face. This coffee table study is profusely illustrated with color and b/w images from pulps, slicks, radio, theater, film -- both gorgeous to browse and highly informative. It also discusses how these visual media represented Bradbury's work, ranging from the fanzine drawings tha... View more info

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Original Screenplay/ Script for Unproduced Film Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea; MGM, 1939.

By: [Verne, Jules] Hume, Cyril

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: MGM Pictures: Feb 17, 1939

Seller ID: k200110a

Condition: Good


A “lost” screenplay by Cyril Hume, the screenwriter best known for his screenplays for Tarzan the Apeman and Forbidden Planet. MGM Pictures, Feb 17, 1939. Pale blue covers with MGM studio label. Stamped Temporary Incomplete / lined out to “Complete” [Apparently there was an earlier draft by Philip Macdonald 12-15-38.] Front cover faded, with moderate edge-wear and several small tears; upper right corner clipped; back cover missing. 119 mimeographed pages on white paper; no title page. Fastened with two brass brads. Interior pages near fine with some curling to page ends at rear. ... View more info