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‎CAPRA FRANK‎

‎CRY WILDERNESS‎

‎RARE BIRD. New. 8.76 x 5.93 cm. RARE BIRD unknown‎

Référence libraire : BD1-9781947856301 ISBN : 1947856308 9781947856301

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‎CAPRA FRANK:‎

‎THE NAME ABOVE THE TITLE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.‎

‎<p>USthick 8vo HBwth cellophanepaper protectiveprotected dw/dj1st edn.Published a year earlier than the UK issue by W.H. Allen in 1972. This edn stated FIRST PRINTING.This example bears a previous bookseller's label pasted to the lowerinner corner of front pastedown. That bookseller is Larry Edmunds Bookshop Inc.6658 Hollywood Blvd. HollywoodCA 90028.World's Largest Collection of Books on Motion Pictures.Bookshop situated along the Hollywood Walk of Fameand has been around since 1938. FINE/FINE.No owner inscrptn and no price-clip to dw/dj. Brightcrispcleanglossy laminatedmonochrome super-imposed biographical photograph of author/subject to a monochrome photograph negative illustrated backgroundillustrated dw/djwith redwhite lettering to front panelorange but now faded/sunned and black letters to spine/ backstrip; with negligible shelf-wear or creasing to edges and corners - no major nicks or tears present.Both headfoot of dw/djs' spine/backstrip minimally creased with reciprocal creasing.Topfore-edges both lightly aged/tanned - as usual/normal - with some minimalfaint and sporadic foxing/spotting; contents brighttightcleansolid and sound - near pristine - no dog-ear reading creases to any pages' cornersappears unread - apart from my own collation.Brightcrispcleansharp-corneredpublisher's original plain red cloth bds with brightcrispstamped gilt letters within a black ink panel to spine/backstrip a redwhite striped headband and immaculate plain black eps.USthick 8vo HBprotected dw/dj1st ednviii-xiipp4-513pp paginated includes contents list/table John Ford forewordauthor's prefacePts I-IV comprising 882 and 5 chapters respectivelyprofuse b/w contemporary filmbiographical and autobiographical photographs interspersed throughout the text and the book and an indexplus unpaginated half-titletitle pagesand dedication page. Laid in loosely a two-gate fold b/w photographic illustrated paper ephemera item of Los Angeles County Museum of Art's proposed showing of Capra's films on Fridays during the months of August and September 6th August through to 17th September1971.An intro by Bob Epstein and datestimes of showings of the selected Capra films and information on ticket purchases and their cost. 'The Name Above The Title' provides a star vehicle for one of the few really great men of moviedom.The history of Hollywood and the story of Frank Capra's forty-year career then 1971 there run parallel: the rise of the motion picture from Mack Sennett's Keystone Klown Kollege through the triumphant years of the best and best-loved movies ever made - many of them with Capra's name above the title.<br /> From the time young Capra left his Sicilian ghetto in Los Angeles for Columbia PicturesHarry Kohn's then second-rate studio on Poverty Rowhe had his eye on the Holy Grail - the Oscar - and after nine fantastic years he got his first one followed by the longest unbroken string of Motion Picture Academy Awards in theatrical annals: three for best directortwo for best pictureand one for best documentary. 'It Happened One Night' received all five major awards.Among the titles with his name above them: Mr. Deeds Goes to TownMr. Smith Goes to WashingtonState of the UnionIt's a Wonderful LifeLost HorizonYou Can't Take It with Youand many others. 'The Name Above The Title' is full of good stories about such famous stars as Jean ArthurBarbara StanwyckKatharine HepburnSpencer TracyBette DavisHarry LangdonFrank SinatraClark GableJimmy StewartGary CooperClaudette Colbert Walter Hustonand hosts of others.There is even a fascinating full-length portrait of that archetype of a Hollywood S.O.B.Harry Kohn - andamazinglyCapra makes you rather like the guy! There is also much about the art of movie-making: an analysis of the great directorsthe techniques of photographythe methods pioneered by Capraadvice to young filmmakersand what does - and doesn't - make for good comedy. Throughoutthe reader will find ample evidence of Capra's characteristic sense of pace and his ear for dialogue.It even hasrare in a book of reminiscencessuspense.George Seaton remarks: "There are more cliff hangers in it than a Pearl White serial.Will Mack Sennett relent and rehire Capra Will Jack Holt punch Frank in the nose Will the Directors Guild win" "If it hits you right off it's good entertainment" Frank Capra says of films.He also holds that "there are some things you can take with you." 'The Name Above The Title' offers both: good entertainmentand many fine memories that you can take with you. Since April 2013again in March 2015and in this year toothe UK Post Office has altered it's Pricing in Proportion templatealtering it's prices weight allowancesdimensions and lowered it's qualifying compensation rates too!<br />Soplease contact rpaxtonden@blueyonder.co.uk because of the weight - in excess of 1Kg unpackaged - and the value of this item for correct insured shipping/Pp quotes - particularly ALL overseas buyers - BEFORE ordering through the order page!</p> US.NY.THE MACMILLAN COMPANY,1971. hardcover‎

Référence libraire : rja663917

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R. J. A. PAXTON-DENNY.
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‎CAPRA FRANK‎

‎Frank Capra.‎

‎Autobiographie collection hollywood story, stock 1976 état d'usage coins légèrements cornés usures sur le dos 439 pages in 8.‎

Référence libraire : 6161

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‎CAPRA FRANK‎

‎HOLLYWOOD STORY - COLLECTION RAMSAY POCHE CINEMA Nï¿œ1‎

‎RAMSAY. 1990. In-12. Brochï¿œ. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos pliï¿œ, Intï¿œrieur frais. 438 Pages - Quelques planches photos en noir et blanc. . . . Classification Dewey : 791.43-Cinï¿œma‎

‎Traduit de l'amï¿œricain par R. BLUNDEN - Prï¿œface de F. CHALAIS‎

Référence libraire : R160176183

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‎CAPRA Frank‎

‎Hollywood story. Collection : Ramsay poche, cinéma, N° 1.‎

‎Paris, Ramsay/Stock, 1985. 11 x 18, 441 pp., quelques illustrations en N/B, broché, bon état (1 légère pliure au dos).‎

Référence libraire : 78516

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