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1 Baldwin Faith et al. Movie Mirror. July 1934
Dunellen, NJ Syndicate Magazine Corporation 1934 no Wraps Good 
Red wraps with a portrait of Marlene Dietrich on the front cover. 96 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A single issue of this magazine devoted to the movies and movie stars of Hollywood, providing news and notes on Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford and many others, as well as a fictionalization of the movie 'Little Miss Marker,' starring Shirley Temple, then four years old. Her rise to stardom is also mentioned. With sections on fashion, including photos. GOOD condition. Moderate browning, minor to moderate foxing, soiling and some staining to the covers. Rear cover with moderate insect damage along the hinge. Several small chips, tears and associated creases along the extremities. Several letters colored in in the cover title, with some numbers faintly written on the bottom front cover. Moderate to heavy browning to the paper in the interior. Crossword puzzle filled in. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Bergman, Ingmar Persona
Stockholm P.A. Norstedt and Soners Forlag 1966 no First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
Believed first edition. Original wraps. 97 pages plus a section of black and white photo plates in the rear depicting filming of the movie. Persona is considered a classic of 20th century cinema, and a film that Bergman considered to be one of his most important. In VERY GOOD condition. Minor rubbing to the covers with moderate scuffing along the extremities, including one small scuff along the upper rear hinge that has worn away the outer layer of the cover. Slight curling to the covers along the fore edges. Interior clean and solid with minor toning to the text. Previous owner's gift inscription in black marker on the first endpaper. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Cameron, Evan Cinema Studies. Theory Analysis Criticism. Number Three, Spring 1970
Bridgewater, MA Experiment Press 1970 no Wraps Very Good 
Brown wraps. 103 pp. A single issue of this journal devoted to the study of cinema, with this number containing somewhat technical (and illustrated) articles on 'the functions of mathematics and art;' 'on the limits of cinematic space;' and 'on a procedure for composition.' These provide a look at the author's concept of film and the mathematical structures behind the images, tying them into a musical representation of cinema. VERY GOOD condition. Minor fading, scuffing and edgewear. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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4 Castle, Alison (editor) Billy Wilder's Some Like it Hot. The funniest film ever made: the complete Book
Koln Taschen 2001 no Hard Cover Good No Jacket Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Light yellow suede cloth. Oblong folio. In orange cardboard box. 381 pp. Facsimile of Marilyn Monroe's prompt book in the rear, as well as a bookmark. A book commemorating the movie 'Some Like it Hot,' reproducing the script along with many movie stills. With a section of interviews with cast and crew, in English, French and German. GOOD+ book in a GOOD box. Uneven fading and a few dark scuffs to the covers. Darkening along the top rear edge of the book. Faint indents to the lower rear cover. Box is faded, with offsetting and some scuffing. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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5 No Author Given Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Movie media Guide
No Place No Publisher 1985 no Unbound Very Good No Jacket 
Includes: illustrated folder, 17 black and white photos (movie stills) presenting various action sequences and poses from Mel Gibson, Tina Turner and others (some stamped on reverse not for publication), A 2 page typewritten synopsis of the movie, 13 pages of credits (typewritten), 30 pages of production information, 4 pages sketching Mel Gibson's character, 4 pages sketching Tina Turner's character and 5 pages of a bio on George Miller, the director/writer and producer of Mad Max. All in nice shape with some edgewear to the folder containing the various items and some light browning to the typewritten pages (these are all probably reproductions of the originals). 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6 Public Welfare Pictures Corporation Mysteries of Life. (Knowledge is Power). Enlighten Your Children.
London Samuel Cummins, Publisher 1927 no Wraps Good 
Blue wraps with band of winged infant angels across the top and bottom of the wraps. Stated 'unwed mother's edition.' 108 pp. With illustrations and movie stills throughout. A guide to sex and young women, arguing for strong morals and parental guidance to lead against promiscuity, prostitution, venereal disease, abortion and death, citing vices such as alcohol, and apparently automobiles, among other corrupting influences. Written as an apparent accompaniment to a movie 'Unwedded Mothers,' that follows the life of a young woman, Lillian Stevens. Samuel Cummins ran the Public Welfare Pictures Corporation, a film studio that produced 'exploitation' films that were often billed for adults only, due to depiction of nudity, sexual content, etc. Presumably this book was sold to promote the movie and vice versa. GOOD condition. Heavy foxing and moderate scattered staining to the covers, with moderate uneven fading and browning. Some soiling and creasing. Wrappers curled along the extremities. Minor scattered soiling and foxing in the interior. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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7 Quirk, Lawrence J. The Films of Frederic March
New York Citadel Press 1971 no First Edition Cloth Good Good 
Stated first edition. Black cloth in price clipped jacket. Quarto. 255 pp. Black and white photos and film stills throughout. A short biography and filmography of the life and career of the American actor Frederic March, spanning from 1929 to 1970, and providing cast lists, synopses, critical reviews, etc. GOOD condition. Some scuffing, creasing, fading and minor soiling to the jacket. Extremities worn, with chipping, minor creasing and tearing present. Minor fading and edgewear to the book. One page with a large wrinkle/crease. Minor toning. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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8 Various Authors Cinema Arts. July 1937. Vol. 1 No. 2.
New York Cinema Magazine, Publisher 1937 no Wraps Good 
Folio. Color illustrated wraps, with a front cover portrait of Audrey Hepburn by Jaro Fabry. 98 pp. Black and white photos throughout. The second issue of this magazine devoted to topics related to cinema and film, including a look at behind the scenes of Hollywood, a photo spread of various women movie stars, an article on the rising importance of color films, etc. GOOD condition. Minor soiling and browning to the covers, with light foxing. Owner's name across the center front cover. Corners curled and creased, with minor chipping and tearing. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Moving Picture Stories. A Weekly Magazine devoted to photo-plays and players. July 25, 1919., Various Authors
9 Various Authors Moving Picture Stories. A Weekly Magazine devoted to photo-plays and players. July 25, 1919.
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1919 no Wraps Fair 
Photo illustrated wraps, depicting Geraldine Farrar. 32 pp. Black and white photos from various movies/films throughout. A single issue of this magazine devoted to movies or film, containing photoplay stories for the movies The Microbe, Through the Wrong Door, Putting it Over, You're Fired and Men, Women and Money. With articles on the development of moving pictures, screen criticism, etc. FAIR condition. Wrappers DETACHED from the text block, although intact to themselves. Moderate chipping, tearing, and loss along the spine, with the same sort of wear along the other extremities, although to a lesser extent. Minor associated creasing. Minor soiling and darkening, with a few small stains. Moderate browning to the paper. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Moving Picture Stories. A Weekly Magazine devoted to photo-plays and players. November 8, 1918, Various Authors
10 Various Authors Moving Picture Stories. A Weekly Magazine devoted to photo-plays and players. November 8, 1918
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1918 no Wraps Fair 
Photo illustrated wraps, depicting Dorothy Dalton. 32 pp. Black and white photos from various movies/films throughout. A single issue of this magazine devoted to movies or film, containing photoplay stories for the movies Private Peat, Thirty a Week, the Testing of Mildred Vane, the Sea Waif, and the Man from Funeral Range. Thirty a Week stars Tallulah Bankhead. FAIR condition. Wrappers DETACHED from the text block, although very tenuously intact to themselves. Heavy chipping, tearing, and loss along the spine, with the same sort of wear along the other extremities, although to a lesser extent. Creasing also present to the wrappers. Moderate soiling and darkening, with a few small stains. Moderate browning to the paper. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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