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‎( TAPUSCRIT) - GSELL Paul (1870 - 1947, écrivain, critique d'art, scénariste.‎

‎Diogène-le-Chien, pièce en 3 actes - Le Mistère (!) de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc, huit vitraux - L'Unique amour : Scènes de Fersen , Scènes de Marie-Antoinette.‎

‎Ensemble de 3 tapuscrits ou copies de tapuscrits de Paul Gsell, en 5 dossiers. Diogène le Chien. Pièce en Trois actes. Tapusctit in-4° sous chemise ocre ou beige formant couverture, titre manuscrit au 1er plat par l'auteur, broché par ruban. 2 exemplaires, un de 144pp. , l'autre non paginé. Les 2 avec nombreuses ratures et corrections autographes de l'auteur. Cette comédie a été radiodiffusée en 1937, avec une musique de Henri-Emile Sauveplane (cf. BNF). Déchirures aux couvertures, on a joint des pages volantes d'un 3ème exemplaire incomplet. /‎

‎Le Mistère(!) de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc. Huit vitraux. Tapuscrit in-4° de plus de 100 feuillets ( pagination séparée à chaque vitrail), sous chemise verte, titre manuscrit au 1er plat. Sans date (vers 1924 ?). Table manuscrite par l'auteur " Groupement des tableaux" avec le titre de chaque tableau. Seule une partie semble avoir été publiée: "Le Mystère de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc (une scène)" , dans la Revue Mondiale n° du 15 juillet 1924 et occupe les pp. 153-160. ( Cf. BNF)./ L'Unique Amour. Scènes de Fersen, Scènes de Marie-Antoinette. 2 copies de tapuscritsi n-4°, sous couverture orange, titre manuscrit au 1er plat. Sans date (vers 1939). 148 ff. ch. et 163ff. ch. (écrits au recto). Sans édoute écrits pour le “Cent cinquantenaire de la Révolution française, 1789-1939 Scénario pour une fête de plein air par Paul Gsell“. Mise en scène de Pierre Aldebert... ( cf BNF). On a joint une lettre autographe signée de l'auteur au sculpteur Noel Feuerstein (1 page in-4°, avec ratures et corrections, datée de Paris, le 27 janvier 1937) sur Diogène et sa signification politique. ( Reu-CO2)‎

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Livres Anciens N. Rousseau
Reuilly France Francia França France
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140,00 € Acheter

‎(BAKER, HETTIE GRAY). KLEENE, ALICE COLE‎

‎Kirstin: A Play in Four Acts‎

‎Boston: Sherman, French & Company, 1913. 1913. Boston: Sherman, French & Company, 1913. 1913. Very good. - Octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt on the front cover & spine. The binding is bumped & rubbed with a small stain to the front cover & light staining to the rear cover. The head & tail of the spine are chipped & slightly frayed & the titling on the spine is almost completely faded. ix & 93 pages. There are tape stains on the front endpaper & a short tear to its front edge, else the contents are very good. <p>First edition.<p>Inscribed to Hettie Gray Baker on the front pastedown with the stamp of "Ethel L. Dickinson / Hartford, Connecticut". Baker's bookplate is taped to the front endpaper. The bookplate depicts the head of a Siamese cat in black and white above the words "Mike / Owner of / Hettie Gray Baker / Who Owns This Book.<p>Hettie Gray Baker (1881-1957), was a pioneer woman in the film industry. As a film editor and writer she contributed to numerous films, including writing scenario and story scripts for several silent films based on Jack London classics. Among these were "Burning Daylight: The Adventures of 'Burning Daylight' in Alaska" (1914), "The Valley of the Moon" (1914), and "The Chechako" (1914). She edited legendary Western film director John Ford's early film "The Iron Horse" (1924). She later became known for her knowledge of Siamese cats and wrote several cat books, including "Cat Tales" published by Farrar Strauss and Young. Very good .‎

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‎(BROWNING, ELIZABETH BARRETT). BOAS, LOUISE SCHUTZ‎

‎Elizabeth Barrett Browning‎

‎London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1930. 1930. London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1930. 1930. Good. - Octavo, navy blue cloth titled in gilt on the front cover & spine. The covers are bumped. There are small tears to the cloth at the top corner & bottom inner corner of the front cover & a longer tear to the bottom edge. There are also 2 whitish stains to the cover. The spine & its gilt titling are faded with the head & tail chipped. vii, [i] & 216 pages. The book is lightly cracked at the last page of the text, the title page is foxed & there is occasional light foxing to a few other pages. Illustrated with 8 black-and-white plates, including a portrait frontispiece. Good. <p>First edition.<p>From the library of Hettie Gray Baker with her bookplate on the front pastedown. Another of her bookplates of a different design has been signed by Louise Schutz Boas along the bottom edge and is mounted on the front pastedown, partiallly covering the original bookplate. Tipped in on the front endpaper is a one-page TLS to Hettie Gray Baker signed in full by Boas. Boas thanks Gray for her letter of appreciation and her bookplate and describes her own family bookplate of which she is sending Gray a copy.<p>Hettie Gray Baker (1881-1957), was a pioneer woman in the film industry. As a film editor and writer she contributed to numerous films, including writing scenario and story scripts for several silent films based on Jack London classics. Among these were "Burning Daylight: The Adventures of 'Burning Daylight' in Alaska" (1914), "The Valley of the Moon" (1914), and "The Chechako" (1914). She edited legendary Western film director John Ford's early film "The Iron Horse" (1924). She later became known for her knowledge of Siamese cats and wrote several cat books, including "Cat Tales" published by Farrar Strauss and Young. Good .‎

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‎(SPURR, MELBOURNE). FAIRBANKS, DOUGLAS‎

‎An Original Portrait of Douglas Fairbanks by Melbourne Spurr, Inscribed and Signed by Fairbanks in 1926‎

‎1926. 1926. 1926. 1926. Very good. - sc - A 10 inch high by 8 inch wide sepia toned soft focus photograph of the Hollywood movie star Douglas Fairbanks by the great Hollywood photographer of the 1920's Melbourne Spurr. The image depicts the debonair star of Hollywood swashbuckling epics in three-quarter profile from the chest up. Attired in a sepia jacket over a white shirt with striped tie, Fairbanks focuses his soft gaze and winning smile toward the camera. The photographer's name "Melbourne Spurr / Hollywood" is stamped in blind at bottom left. The portrait is boldly inscribed and signed in ink by Fairbanks diagonally at bottom right: "To Mrs. Fred Carson [sp?] / Best Wishes / Douglas Fairbanks / 1926". There is some minor creasing to the bottom left corner of the photograph. This beautiful portrait is handsomely matted. <p>The American actor and leading man Douglas Fairbanks (1883-1939) is best known for his swashbuckling roles in silent films such as "Robin Hood", "The Thief of Bagdad" and "The Mark of Zorro". In addition to his acting career, Fairbanks was a screenwriter, director and producer who was one of the founders of United Artists and of The Motion Picture Academy, hosting the first Oscar ceremonies in 1929. Married to Mary Pickford, the couple were regarded as Hollywood royalty.<p>Melbourne Spurr (1888-1964) first worked for the noted Hollywood photographer Fred Hartsook. Mary Pickford was so impressed with his work that she helped launch his career as a Hollywood portrait photographer. Spurr who, by the mid 1920's, was considered one of the great celebrity portraitists resisted signing on exclusively with one of the major movie studios, preferring instead to keep his own photography studio. Though he shined throughout the 20's, his Hollywood career gradually declined due to pressure from the large movie companies and Spurr moved on to photographing other major figures including Presidents, artists, authors, and dancers. Very good .‎

Référence libraire : 31637

‎[Anonyme]‎

‎Le Film de ma Vie 1939-1973‎

‎France-Empire 1973 In-8 broché. Jaquette en bon état. 430 pages. Très bon état d’occasion.‎

‎Très bon état d’occasion‎

Référence libraire : 97422

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Librairie de l'Avenue
Saint-Ouen France Francia França France
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‎[GUTHRIE, A. B. JR] BENSON, JACKSON J.‎

‎UNDER THE BIG SKY: A Biography of A. B. Guthrie Jr.‎

‎Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, (2009) Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. ) Author of The Big Sky series, The Way West, and the screenplay for the classic Shane, among many other timeless stories of frontier mountain men, icon of Western literature A. B. Bud Guthrie Jr. brought a blazing realism to the story of the West. . .. [this biography] details the life and work of this true giant on the Western literary landscape. Notes and documentation, index. xii, 316 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.‎

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‎[Polanski, Roman] - [Brach, Gérard] - Folon, Jean-Michel (1934-2005)‎

‎[Photographie originale] Roman Polanski et Gérard Brach pendant le tournage de "Che ?" ("Quoi ?"), 1972, photographiés par Jean-Michel Folon‎

‎1972 16,9 x 25,9 cm, tirage gélatino-argentique d'époque, sans autre mention qu'un "F" au verso de la main du tireur.‎

‎Nous pouvons assurer avec certitude que cette photographie est de Folon (qui n'a apposé son cachet qu'à de très rares tirages) puisque nous en avons vu le négatif et la planche contact. Folon, qui a conçu le générique du film, a également raconté ses souvenirs sur le tournage dans "Polanski par Polanski", Chêne, 1986. Tirage rare. Bel état. Très bon ///// ATTENTION ! La librairie sera fermée du 10 décembre 2019 au 11 janvier 2020. /////‎

Référence libraire : 3500

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Julien Mannoni livres anciens
Paris France Francia França France
[Livres de Julien Mannoni livres anciens]

350,00 € Acheter

‎[Polanski, Roman] - Folon, Jean-Michel (1934-2005)‎

‎[Photographie originale] Roman Polanski pendant le tournage de "Che ?" ("Quoi ?"), 1972, photographié par Jean-Michel Folon‎

‎1972 25,5 x 16,4 cm, tirage gélatino-argentique d'époque, sans autre mention qu'un "F" au verso de la main du tireur.‎

‎Nous pouvons assurer avec certitude que cette photographie est de Folon (qui n'a apposé son cachet qu'à de très rares tirages) puisque nous en avons vu le négatif et la planche contact. Folon, qui a conçu le générique du film, a également raconté ses souvenirs sur le tournage dans "Polanski par Polanski", Chêne, 1986. Tirage rare. Bel état. Très bon ///// ATTENTION ! La librairie sera fermée du 10 décembre 2019 au 11 janvier 2020. /////‎

Référence libraire : 3501

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Julien Mannoni livres anciens
Paris France Francia França France
[Livres de Julien Mannoni livres anciens]

280,00 € Acheter

‎[Rome - Sydne] - Folon, Jean-Michel (1934-2005)‎

‎[Photographie originale] Deux portraits de Sydne Rome pendant le tournage de "Che ?" ("Quoi ?"), 1972, photographiée par Jean-Michel Folon‎

‎1972 aucune reliure 25 x 16,9 cm et 25 x 16,8, tirages gélatino-argentiques d'époque, sans autre mention qu'un "F" au verso de la main du tireur.‎

‎Nous pouvons assurer avec certitude que ces photographies sont de Folon (qui n'a apposé son cachet qu'à de très rares tirages) puisque nous en avons vu les négatifs et la planche contact. Folon, qui a conçu le générique du film, a également raconté ses souvenirs sur le tournage dans "Polanski par Polanski", Chêne, 1986. Tirages rares. Bel état. Très bon ///// ATTENTION ! La librairie sera fermée du 10 décembre 2019 au 11 janvier 2020. /////‎

Référence libraire : 3488

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Julien Mannoni livres anciens
Paris France Francia França France
[Livres de Julien Mannoni livres anciens]

450,00 € Acheter

‎Abdullah Achmed. 1881 1945. American author and screenwriter most noted for his pulp stories of crime mystery and adventure.‎

‎TYPED LETTER SIGNED BY AMERICAN AUTHOR AND SCREENWRITER ACHMED ABDULLAH.‎

‎New York: circa 1930. 1930. Good. - 41 words typed on an approximately 10 inch high by 8 inch wide sheet of his personalized letterhead. Signed "A Abdullah". Folded 3 times for mailing. There are several short tears at the folds with some light red staining below the text. There is some light soiling at bottom right and there is a crease & tear to & a small piece out of the bottom right corner. Good. <p>Abdullah writes to future congressman Seymour Halpern that he is too busy to see anyone but "I am sending by this mail the signed picture to your friend."<p>Achmed Abdullah who claimed descent from the Russian imperial family and was educated in England emigrated to the United States in the 1910s. He went on to become an American author and screenwriter most noted for his pulp stories of crime mystery and adventure. He wrote screenplays for some successful films and earned an Academy Award nomination for collaborating on the screenplay for the 1935 film "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer".<p>The Queens New York Republican Congressman Seymour Halpern 1913-1997 started his political career as a campaign aide to New York's powerful mayor Fiorella La Guardia and first served in New York's State Senate for 14 years before seeking a seat in the U.S. Congress. In Albany Halpern sponsored 279 bills that became law including measures on schools housing civil rights nutrition and mental health. A Liberal he was something of an anomaly as the lone Republican representative from New York City and generally garnered support from Labor Unions and endorsement from the Liberal Party. Yet he never even considered switching parties as he considered membership in the Republican Party a family tradition and commitment. While he found ample time for his private pursuits including painting and collecting autographs he took his legislative duties very seriously. Of these he was proudest of his co- sponsorship of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and of the original 1965 Medicare legislation. New York: circa [1930]. unknown‎

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Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.
United States Estados Unidos Estados Unidos États-Unis
[Livres de Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]

126,91 € Acheter

‎ABDULLAH, ACHMED. (1881-1945). AMERICAN AUTHOR AND SCREENWRITER, MOST NOTED FOR HIS PULP STORIES OF CRIME, MYSTERY AND ADVENTURE.‎

‎Typed Letter Signed by American Author and Screenwriter Achmed Abdullah.‎

‎New York: circa [1930]. [1930]. New York: circa [1930]. [1930]. Good. - 41 words typed on an approximately 10 inch high by 8 inch wide sheet of his personalized letterhead. Signed "A Abdullah". Folded 3 times for mailing. There are several short tears at the folds with some light red staining below the text. There is some light soiling at bottom right and there is a crease & tear to & a small piece out of the bottom right corner. Good. <p>Abdullah writes to future congressman Seymour Halpern that he is too busy to see anyone but "I am sending, by this mail, the signed picture to your friend."<p>Achmed Abdullah, who claimed descent from the Russian imperial family and was educated in England, emigrated to the United States in the 1910s. He went on to become an American author and screenwriter, most noted for his pulp stories of crime, mystery and adventure. He wrote screenplays for some successful films and earned an Academy Award nomination for collaborating on the screenplay for the 1935 film "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer".<p>The Queens, New York Republican Congressman Seymour Halpern (1913-1997) started his political career as a campaign aide to New York's powerful mayor Fiorella La Guardia and first served in New York's State Senate for 14 years before seeking a seat in the U.S. Congress. In Albany Halpern sponsored 279 bills that became law, including measures on schools, housing, civil rights, nutrition and mental health. A Liberal, he was something of an anomaly as the lone Republican representative from New York City, and generally garnered support from Labor Unions and endorsement from the Liberal Party. Yet he never even considered switching parties as he considered membership in the Republican Party a family tradition and commitment. While he found ample time for his private pursuits, including painting and collecting autographs, he took his legislative duties very seriously. Of these, he was proudest of his co- sponsorship of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and of the original 1965 Medicare legislation. Good .‎

Référence libraire : 34866

‎ABEL GANCE RAYMOND GUBBAY‎

‎Napoléon.‎

‎1983 British Film et Thames Television, mai 1983, 18 pages, nombreuses illustrations et publicités, grand in 4 broché, état d'usage, quelques usures et frottements, plaquette de presse pour la représentation au Barbican de Londres.‎

Référence libraire : 16579

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Librairie des deux frères
Autreches France Francia França France
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‎Abner Biberman dir.; Ben Benson novel; Leo Townsend screenwriter; William Campbell Mamie Van Doren Keenan Wynn Kathleen Case‎

‎Mamie and William dining Original film still photograph from "Running Wild"‎

‎Universal-International Pictures 1955. Very Good. Original b/w film still photograph of Mamie Van Doren and William Campbell as they dine in the film "Running Wild" 1955. British issue with A rating and J. Arthur Rank logo inset. A rookie cop investigates an automobile chop-shop operated by juvenile delinquents who race hot rods. Mamie was prominently featured in most of the ad campaigns and the soundtrack includes early rockers Bill Haley and the Comets. Based on Benson's "The Girl in the Cage." 7.75 x 10 inches double weight. Very Good light curl tiny creases light dampstain to one edge small bruise to verso. Universal-International Pictures unknown‎

Référence libraire : 126592

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Well-Stacked Books
United States Estados Unidos Estados Unidos États-Unis
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33,84 € Acheter

‎Abrahams Derwin director; Herbert Purdum screenwriter; Charles McGraw starring‎

‎Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode‎

‎N.p.: Federal Telefilms 1954. Draft script for Season One Episode 14 of the 1954-1956 television show which originally aired on September 23 1954. Copy belonging to episode director Derwin Abrahams with his name as Derwin Abbe on the front wrapper in holograph pencil and holograph pencil notations on nearly every page. Based on the character created by Michael Arlen which first appeared in 1940 short story published in "Town & Country" magazine. The character would go on to appear in 15 films throughout the 1940s as well as a radio serial before finally being adapted as this early syndicated television show which ran for 39 episodes between 1954 and 1956. Beige titled wrappers noted as production No. 216 dated May 18 1954. 54 leaves with last page of text numbered 47. Mimeograph. Pages Very Good wrapper Very Good with some light dampstaining to both bound with three gold brads. <br/><br/> Federal Telefilms unknown‎

Référence libraire : 140533

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Royal Books, Inc.
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[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

317,29 € Acheter

‎Abrahams Derwin director; Frank H. Young screenwriter; Johnny Mack Brown Marshall Reed starring‎

‎The Haunted Mine Original screenplay for the 1946 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Monogram Pictures 1946. Draft script for the 1946 film. Working copy belonging to actor Marshall Reed with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper. The final film in the Nevada McKenzie series in which US Marshal Jack "Nevada" McKenzie is asked to help investigate the death of a man who supposedly drowned in a haunted mine near a ghost town called Buckeye. Their investigation leads them deep into the secrets of the local community including corruption mental illness and murder on a grander scale than they first imagined. Gray titled wrappers with credits for screenwriter Frank Young. Title page present with credits for screenwriter Young. 87 leaves with last page of text numbered 87. Mimeograph. Light insect damage to the extremities of both pages and wrapper with light dampstaining as well. Pages Very Good wrapper Very Good bound with two gold brads. <br/><br/> Monogram Pictures unknown‎

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Royal Books, Inc.
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[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

296,13 € Acheter

‎Abrahams Derwin director; Frank H. Young screenwriter; Johnny Mack Brown Marshall Reed starring‎

‎The Haunted Mine Original screenplay for the 1946 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Monogram Pictures 1946. Draft script for the 1946 film. Working copy belonging to actor Marshall Reed with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper. The final film in the Nevada McKenzie series in which US Marshal Jack "Nevada" McKenzie is asked to help investigate the death of a man who supposedly drowned in a haunted mine near a ghost town called Buckeye. Their investigation leads them deep into the secrets of the local community including corruption mental illness and murder on a grander scale than they first imagined. Gray titled wrappers with credits for screenwriter Frank Young. Title page present with credits for screenwriter Young. 87 leaves with last page of text numbered 87. Mimeograph. Light insect damage to the extremities of both pages and wrapper with light dampstaining as well. Pages Very Good wrapper Very Good bound with two gold brads. <br/><br/> Monogram Pictures unknown books‎

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Royal Books, Inc.
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[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

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‎Abrahams Derwin director; Herbert Purdum screenwriter; Charles McGraw starring‎

‎Adventures of the Falcon: The Case of the Deadly Welcome Original screenplay for the 1954 television episode‎

‎N.p.: Federal Telefilms 1954. Draft script for Season One Episode 14 of the 1954-1956 television show which originally aired on September 23 1954. Copy belonging to episode director Derwin Abrahams with his name as Derwin Abbe on the front wrapper in holograph pencil and holograph pencil annotations on nearly every page. Based on the character created by Michael Arlen which first appeared in 1940 short story published in "Town & Country" magazine. The character would go on to appear in 15 films throughout the 1940s as well as a radio serial before finally being adapted as this early syndicated television show which ran for 39 episodes between 1954 and 1956. Beige titled wrappers noted as production No. 216 dated May 18 1954. 54 leaves with last page of text numbered 47. Mimeograph. Pages Very Good wrapper Very Good with some light dampstaining to both bound with three gold brads. <br/><br/> Federal Telefilms unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 140533

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Royal Books, Inc.
United States Estados Unidos Estados Unidos États-Unis
[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

317,29 € Acheter

‎Adams Richard novel; Martin Rosen director screenwriter; John Hurt Richard Briers Michael Graham Cox John Bennett starring‎

‎Watership Down Original British poster for the 1978 film‎

‎London: Watership Productions / AVCO Embassy Pictures 1978. Original British "bus stop" poster for the 1978 film. Printed in England by Lonsdale & Bartholomew. Faithful animated adaptation of Adams' 1972 novel about a group of rabbits who leave their doomed home in search of a better place. Winner of a Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror Films. Criterion Collection 748. 39.5 x 59.5 inches 100.25 x 151 cm folded four times as issued. A few central pinholes else Near Fine. <br/><br/> Watership Productions / AVCO Embassy Pictures unknown‎

Référence libraire : 139085

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Royal Books, Inc.
United States Estados Unidos Estados Unidos États-Unis
[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

63,46 € Acheter

‎Adams Richard novel; Martin Rosen director screenwriter; John Hurt Richard Briers Michael Graham Cox John Bennett starring‎

‎Watership Down Original British poster for the 1978 film‎

‎London: Watership Productions / AVCO Embassy Pictures 1978. Original British "bus stop" poster for the 1978 film. Printed in England by Lonsdale & Bartholomew. Faithful animated adaptation of Adams' 1972 novel about a group of rabbits who leave their doomed home in search of a better place. Winner of a Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror Films. Criterion Collection 748. 39.5 x 59.5 inches 100.25 x 151 cm folded four times as issued. A few central pinholes else Near Fine. <br/><br/> Watership Productions / AVCO Embassy Pictures unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 139085

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Royal Books, Inc.
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[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

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‎Adler Harold letterer; Norman Jewison director; John Ball novel; Stirling Silliphant screenwriter; Sidney Poitier Rod Steiger‎

‎In the Heat of the Night Collection of five original title card maquettes‎

‎Beverly Hills CA: The Mirisch Corporation / United Artists 1967. Collection of five original title card maquettes for the 1967 film hand lettered by Harold Adler. Based on the 1965 novel by John Ball. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "In the Heat of the Night" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "Justine" 1969 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. A film as much if not more so about racial tensions in the Civil Rights era South as it is about a murder investigation "In the Heat of the Night" won five Academy Awards including Best Picture Best Actor Rod Steiger and Best Adapted Screenplay. 22 x 13.25 inches. White lettering on black ink tipped onto black board. Near Fine condition overall with some light rubbing to the boards some spotting and minor fraying at the corners. Holograph numbering and editorial markings to the edges. Plastic tabs affixed tot he top of each card with tape. Collation available on request. <br/><br/> The Mirisch Corporation / United Artists hardcover‎

Référence libraire : 132776

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Royal Books, Inc.
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[Livres de Royal Books, Inc.]

3 384,40 € Acheter

‎Adler Harold letterer; George Cukor director; Lawrence Durrell novels; Lawrence B. Marcus screenwriter; Anouk Aimee Dirk Bogar‎

‎Justine Original title card maquette for the 1969 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox 1969. Original title card maquette hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1969 film. Based on the "Alexandria Quartet" by Lawrence Durrell. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "Justine" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. A young British schoolmaster and poet travels to Alexandria where he meets Justine the mysterious wife of a banker whom he discovers is involved in a plot to arm the Jewish underground in Palestine. Shot in part on location in Tunisia. 17.25 x 11.5 inches. Black ink on white card stock with tissue paper overlay. Near Fine with light toning to the card edges. Holograph notations one noting "original" to the tissue overlay and card. <br/><br/> Twentieth Century-Fox unknown‎

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Royal Books, Inc.
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‎Adler Harold letterer; Alfred Hitchcock director; Daphne Du Maurier story; Evan Hunter screenwriter; Tippi Hedren Suzanne Ples‎

‎The Birds Archive of original title card maquettes for the 1963 film‎

‎Universal City CA: Universal Pictures 1986. Archive of three title card maquettes hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1963 film. Also included are two fascinating autograph letters both elaborately designed and executed in a calligraphic style from Adler to author illustrator and editor Fridolf Johnson relating to Adler's work with Hitchcock. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "The Birds" 1963 his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Justine" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. In the first letter dated May 16 1986 Adler describes after touching on other topics meeting Hitchcock and then presenting him with layout ideas for the titles. He then goes into detail regarding his answer to a question about the techniques of artist Eric Gill stating that Hitchcock "was amazed" by this answer and after that would "request 'to be sure to bring that nice young man along" meaning Adler whenever he had a job for Adler's firm. The second letter dated June 10th 1986 focuses almost exclusively on Adler's work on "The Birds" going into some detail regarding both the creative and technical processes of producing hand lettered titles for films. He also describes Hitchcock as "an unusual person to work with. He was a master at what he did knew what he wanted and smoked the finest cigars." He then concludes the letter with some brief remarks on how his approach to title lettering evolved over the course of his career. The letters themselves are works of art executed in a variety of inks in Adler's detailed penmanship with Johnson's name on each in particular receiving full calligraphic treatment. Also included are draft title cards for the film stylistically similar to each other but much different from the titles used in the finished film. Two of the cards are marked as "camera ready" in holograph colored pencil with titles executed in white paint on black board. The third card photo stat on black paper which accompanied the June 10th letter has been annotated by Adler on both the recto and verso explaining the in more detail the technical process of putting the lettering on film. Overall a significant collection of material illuminating a little explored aspect of film design with a direct and significant connection to a seminal work by a director known for personally overseeing all aspects of production. Each letter 19 x 24 inches single leaf rectos only. May 16th letter folded twice for mailing June 10th letter folded three times. Two long diagonal creases to the May 16th letter else both are Fine. Original mailing envelope for the May 16th letter included. "Camera ready" title cards 22 x 14 inches. Lightly rubbed and about Near Fine. Third card 18 x 4 inches. Near Fine. <br/><br/> Universal Pictures unknown‎

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‎Adler Harold letterer; Menahem Golan director screenwriter; Isaac Bashevis Singer novel; Sheldon Patinkin Irving S. White scr‎

‎The Magician of Lublin Collection of three original title card maquettes for the 1979 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Golan-Globus Productions 1979. Three original draft title card maquettes hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1979 film. Based on the 1960 novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The three sketches show different approaches to the title all distinct from the final lettering design used. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "The Magician of Lublin" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. At the turn of the Twentieth century a Jewish stage magician and con man whose career has been ruined by womanizing gets one more shot at the big time by attempting to pull off a never before seen trick. Two leaves. First leaf: 19 x 18 inches. About Near Fine with creasing to the edges. Two designs executed in black ink on white paper with a holograph notation to the side in blue pencil. Second leaf: 15.5 x 5.5 inches. Black ink on white paper. Near Fine with holograph notations in blue pencil. <br/><br/> Golan-Globus Productions unknown‎

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‎Adler Harold letterer; Alfred Hitchcock director; Daphne Du Maurier story; Evan Hunter screenwriter; Tippi Hedren Suzanne Ples‎

‎The Birds Archive of original title card maquettes for the 1963 film‎

‎Universal City CA: Universal Pictures 1986. Archive of three title card maquettes hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1963 film. Also included are two fascinating autograph letters both elaborately designed and executed in a calligraphic style from Adler to author illustrator and editor Fridolf Johnson relating to Adler's work with Hitchcock. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "The Birds" 1963 his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Justine" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. In the first letter dated May 16 1986 Adler describes after touching on other topics meeting Hitchcock and then presenting him with layout ideas for the titles. He then goes into detail regarding his answer to a question about the techniques of artist Eric Gill stating that Hitchcock "was amazed" by this answer and after that would "request 'to be sure to bring that nice young man along" meaning Adler whenever he had a job for Adler's firm. The second letter dated June 10th 1986 focuses almost exclusively on Adler's work on "The Birds" going into some detail regarding both the creative and technical processes of producing hand lettered titles for films. He also describes Hitchcock as "an unusual person to work with. He was a master at what he did knew what he wanted and smoked the finest cigars." He then concludes the letter with some brief remarks on how his approach to title lettering evolved over the course of his career. The letters themselves are works of art executed in a variety of inks in Adler's detailed penmanship with Johnson's name on each in particular receiving full calligraphic treatment. Also included are draft title cards for the film stylistically similar to each other but much different from the titles used in the finished film. Two of the cards are marked as "camera ready" in holograph colored pencil with titles executed in white paint on black board. The third card photo stat on black paper which accompanied the June 10th letter has been annotated by Adler on both the recto and verso explaining the in more detail the technical process of putting the lettering on film. Overall a significant collection of material illuminating a little explored aspect of film design with a direct and significant connection to a seminal work by a director known for personally overseeing all aspects of production. Each letter 19 x 24 inches single leaf rectos only. May 16th letter folded twice for mailing June 10th letter folded three times. Two long diagonal creases to the May 16th letter else both are Fine. Original mailing envelope for the May 16th letter included. "Camera ready" title cards 22 x 14 inches. Lightly rubbed and about Near Fine. Third card 18 x 4 inches. Near Fine. <br/><br/> Universal Pictures unknown books‎

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‎Adler Harold letterer; George Cukor director; Lawrence Durrell novels; Lawrence B. Marcus screenwriter; Anouk Aimee Dirk Bogar‎

‎Justine Original title card maquette for the 1969 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox 1969. Original title card maquette hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1969 film. Based on the "Alexandria Quartet" by Lawrence Durrell. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "Justine" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. A young British schoolmaster and poet travels to Alexandria where he meets Justine the mysterious wife of a banker whom he discovers is involved in a plot to arm the Jewish underground in Palestine. Shot in part on location in Tunisia. 17.25 x 11.5 inches. Black ink on white card stock with tissue paper overlay. Near Fine with light toning to the card edges. Holograph annotations one noting "original" to the tissue overlay and card. <br/><br/> Twentieth Century-Fox unknown books‎

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‎Adler Harold letterer; Menahem Golan director screenwriter; Isaac Bashevis Singer novel; Sheldon Patinkin Irving S. White scr‎

‎The Magician of Lublin Collection of three original title card maquettes for the 1979 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Golan-Globus Productions 1979. Three original draft title card maquettes hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1979 film. Based on the 1960 novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The three sketches show different approaches to the title all distinct from the final lettering design used. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "The Magician of Lublin" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "In the Heat of the Night" 1967 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. At the turn of the Twentieth century a Jewish stage magician and con man whose career has been ruined by womanizing gets one more shot at the big time by attempting to pull off a never before seen trick. Two leaves. First leaf: 19 x 18 inches. About Near Fine with creasing to the edges. Two designs executed in black ink on white paper with a holograph notation to the side in blue pencil. Second leaf: 15.5 x 5.5 inches. Black ink on white paper. Near Fine with holograph annotations in blue pencil. <br/><br/> Golan-Globus Productions unknown books‎

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‎Adler Harold letterer; Norman Jewison director; John Ball novel; Stirling Silliphant screenwriter; Sidney Poitier Rod Steiger‎

‎In the Heat of the Night Collection of five original title card maquettes‎

‎Beverly Hills CA: The Mirisch Corporation / United Artists 1967. Collection of five original title card maquettes for the 1967 film hand lettered by Harold Adler. Based on the 1965 novel by John Ball. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "In the Heat of the Night" his credits include "Comanche!" 1956 "The Man with the Golden Arm" 1955 "The Seven Year Itch" 1955 "Carmen Jones" 1954 "Psycho" 1960 "The Birds" 1963 "Justine" 1969 and "Finian's Rainbow" 1969. In 2012 an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation Kansas City. A film as much if not more so about racial tensions in the Civil Rights era South as it is about a murder investigation "In the Heat of the Night" won five Academy Awards including Best Picture Best Actor Rod Steiger and Best Adapted Screenplay. 22 x 13.25 inches. White lettering on black ink tipped onto black board. Near Fine condition overall with some light rubbing to the boards some spotting and minor fraying at the corners. Holograph numbering and editorial markings to the edges. Plastic tabs affixed tot he top of each card with tape. Collation available on request. <br/><br/> The Mirisch Corporation / United Artists hardcover books‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎ALL THE WAY HOME". ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BY . BASED ON THE NOVEL "A DEATH IN THE FAMILY" BY JAMES AGEE AND THE STAGE PLAY "ALL THE WAY HOME" BY TAD MOSEL‎

‎Np: Paman Productions Inc. - Paramount Pictures Corp. 1962. 1197 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript printed on rectos only. Bradbound in titled stiff paper binder. Binder sunned and lightly used at overlap edges a few related pencil notes on verso of last leaf fore-margin of one leaf a bit tanned and frayed extreme upper fore- corner of another leaf torn away but very good. A preproduction draft of this important adaptation to the screen of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. While the specific draft which the script in hand reflects is not identified its length which would translate into a film considerably longer than the eventual release length of 97 minutes suggests further revision lay ahead before shooting. The film under the direction of Alex Segal starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk Pat Hingle et al. Paman Productions Inc. - Paramount Pictures Corp. unknown‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Original Studio Publicity Campaign Press Book for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. 10pp. Folio. Pictorial self-wrappers. Heavily illustrated. About fine. Original campaign press book for the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer-winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Set of Eleven Studio Publicity Stills for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. Eleven 8 x 10" glossy black and white stills with studio captions. Near fine. A good representative set of lobby stills promoting the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Set of Studio Lobby Cards for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. Eight. full color 11 x 14" pictorial lobby cards. Apart from the natural faint tan toning of the card stock fine. A complete set of the studio lobby cards promoting the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎ALL THE WAY HOME". ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BY . BASED ON THE NOVEL "A DEATH IN THE FAMILY" BY JAMES AGEE AND THE STAGE PLAY "ALL THE WAY HOME" BY TAD MOSEL‎

‎Np: Paman Productions Inc. - Paramount Pictures Corp. 1962. 1197 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript printed on rectos only. Bradbound in titled stiff paper binder. Binder sunned and lightly used at overlap edges a few related pencil notes on verso of last leaf fore-margin of one leaf a bit tanned and frayed extreme upper fore- corner of another leaf torn away but very good. A preproduction draft of this important adaptation to the screen of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. While the specific draft which the script in hand reflects is not identified its length which would translate into a film considerably longer than the eventual release length of 97 minutes suggests further revision lay ahead before shooting. The film under the direction of Alex Segal starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk Pat Hingle et al. Paman Productions Inc. - Paramount Pictures Corp. unknown books‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Original Studio Publicity Campaign Press Book for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. 10pp. Folio. Pictorial self-wrappers. Heavily illustrated. About fine. Original campaign press book for the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer-winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown books‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Set of Eleven Studio Publicity Stills for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. Eleven 8 x 10" glossy black and white stills with studio captions. Near fine. A good representative set of lobby stills promoting the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown books‎

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‎Agee James sourcework: Reisman Philip Jr. screenwriter‎

‎Set of Studio Lobby Cards for: ALL THE WAY HOME‎

‎Los Angeles: Paramount 1963. Eight. full color 11 x 14" pictorial lobby cards. Apart from the natural faint tan toning of the card stock fine. A complete set of the studio lobby cards promoting the film based on Philip Reisman Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of two Pulitzer- winning literary properties Agee's 1957 novel A DEATH IN THE FAMILY and Mosel's 1960 adaptation of the novel to the stage. Directed by Alex Segal the David Susskind production starred Jean Simmons Robert Preston John Henry Faulk et al. Paramount unknown books‎

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‎Ahearne Joe director screenwriter; Idris Elba Jack Davenport Susannah Harker starring‎

‎Ultraviolet - Episode 2: In Nomine Patris Crossing the Line Original screenplay for the 1998 television episode‎

‎London: World Productions 1997. Shooting script for the 1998 British television miniseries "Ultraviolet" seen here as "Crossing the Line" episode 2: "In Nomine Patris." Accompanied by 114 pages of call sheets scene breakdowns shooting schedules and detailed notes on hair and makeup for each character. A six episode miniseries in which Jack Davenport plays a Detective Sergeant whose best friend never shows up for his wedding day because he has been changed into a vampire. The detective struggles with lingering affection for his friend but eventually agrees to join a secret government organization that hunts vampires in hopes of finding a middle ground. The show was unconventional for the time for its scientific approach to vampires instead of the usual supernatural lore. One of Idris Elba's early roles. White self titled wrappers noted as Shooting Script on the front wrapper marked copy No. 15 with credits for screenwriter director Ahearne. Title page integral with the front wrapper. 51 leaves with last page of text numbered 49. mechanically reproduced with pink revision pages throughout dated 23-01-98 and 11-02-98. Pages Near Fine wrapper Near Fine bound with a single silver brad. <br/><br/> World Productions unknown‎

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‎Ahearne Joe director screenwriter; Idris Elba Jack Davenport Susannah Harker starring‎

‎Ultraviolet - Episode 2: In Nomine Patris Crossing the Line Original screenplay for the 1998 television episode‎

‎London: World Productions 1997. Shooting script for the 1998 British television miniseries "Ultraviolet" seen here as "Crossing the Line" episode 2: "In Nomine Patris." Accompanied by 114 pages of call sheets scene breakdowns shooting schedules and detailed notes on hair and makeup for each character. A six episode miniseries in which Jack Davenport plays a Detective Sergeant whose best friend never shows up for his wedding day because he has been changed into a vampire. The detective struggles with lingering affection for his friend but eventually agrees to join a secret government organization that hunts vampires in hopes of finding a middle ground. The show was unconventional for the time for its scientific approach to vampires instead of the usual supernatural lore. One of Idris Elba's early roles. White self titled wrappers noted as Shooting Script on the front wrapper marked copy No. 15 with credits for screenwriter director Ahearne. Title page integral with the front wrapper. 51 leaves with last page of text numbered 49. mechanically reproduced with pink revision pages throughout dated 23-01-98 and 11-02-98. Pages Near Fine wrapper Near Fine bound with a single silver brad. <br/><br/> World Productions unknown books‎

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‎Akins Zoe screenwriter‎

‎Madame Butterfly Original screenplay for an unproduced film‎

‎Hollywood: Paramount Pictures 1932. Draft script for an unproduced film. With holograph pencil notations to the front wrapper. Based on the 1898 story by John Luther Long. An early screenplay by American playwright Zoe Akins who won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1935 for her adaptation of Edith Wharton's "The Old Maid." An American naval officer purchases marries and abandons a Japanese geisha named Butterfly leaving her penniless pregnant and increasingly despairing of his return. Madame Butterfly has been adapted numerous times for opera stage and film although many of these productions have faced increased scrutiny in recent years for their stereotypical portrayals of Japanese people white actors in "yellowface" and inaccurate descriptions of Japanese customs and culture. Tall white titled self wrappers noted as MASTER FILE on the front wrapper rubber-stamped production No. 1083 with credits for screenwriter Zoe Akins. 100 leaves with last page of text numbered G-25. Carbon typescript on onionskin stock rectos only. Pages Very Good plus wrapper Very Good plus side stitched. <br/><br/> Paramount Pictures unknown‎

Référence libraire : 145965

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‎Akins Zoe screenwriter‎

‎Madame Butterfly Original screenplay for an unproduced film‎

‎Hollywood: Paramount Pictures 1932. Draft script for an unproduced film. With holograph pencil annotations to the front wrapper. Based on the 1898 story by John Luther Long. An early screenplay by American playwright Zoe Akins who won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1935 for her adaptation of Edith Wharton's "The Old Maid." An American naval officer purchases marries and abandons a Japanese geisha named Butterfly leaving her penniless pregnant and increasingly despairing of his return. Madame Butterfly has been adapted numerous times for opera stage and film although many of these productions have faced increased scrutiny in recent years for their stereotypical portrayals of Japanese people white actors in "yellowface" and inaccurate descriptions of Japanese customs and culture. Tall white titled self wrappers noted as MASTER FILE on the front wrapper rubber-stamped production No. 1083 with credits for screenwriter Zoe Akins. 100 leaves with last page of text numbered G-25. Carbon typescript on onionskin stock rectos only. Pages Very Good plus wrapper Very Good plus side stitched. <br/><br/> Paramount Pictures unknown books‎

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‎AKTOR SADI FIKRET HUSEYIN SADI KARAGOZOGLU 1890 1941 Turkish actor screenwriter and director.‎

‎Autograph letter signed 'Sadi' sent to Vasfi Riza Zobu.‎

‎Istanbul. Soft cover. Very Good. Original autograph letter signed as 'Sadi' sent to Vasfi Riza Zobu. 1 p. In Ottoman script. Letterhead 'Ferah: Sinema-varyete-tiyaro'. Dated 31-12-1929 Istanbul. It starts as 'Muhterem Vasfi Riza bey'. Used black ink with fountain pen. It's a letter of appeal. Vasfi Riza Zobu was born on December 5 1902 in Constantinople Ottoman Empire. He was an actor known for Karim beni aldatirsa 1933 Ankara postasi 1928 and Milyon avcilari 1934. He died on November 23 1992 in Istanbul Turkey. Akt�r Sadi started his art career as a theater actor. He appeared on the stage at school along with Muvahhit actor husband of paintress Bedia Muvahhit writer Refik Halit Karay and Refi 'Cevat Ulunay. After the proclamation of the Second Constitutional Monarchy he started the professional theater company which was founded by Resat Ridvanand the playwright Ibn�rrefik Ahmet Nuri Sekizinci. Bican Efendi series in which he played the title role after the WW 1 was accepted from the first comedy of Turkish cinema history. <br/> <br/> paperback‎

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‎AKTOR SADI FIKRET HUSEYIN SADI KARAGOZOGLU 1890 1941 Turkish actor screenwriter and director.‎

‎Autograph letter signed 'Sadi' sent to Vasfi Riza Zobu.‎

‎paperback Istanbul. Soft cover. Very Good. Original autograph letter signed as 'Sadi' sent to Vasfi Riza Zobu. 1 p. In Ottoman script. Letterhead 'Ferah: Sinema-varyete-tiyaro'. Dated 31-12-1929 Istanbul. It starts as 'Muhterem Vasfi Riza bey'. Used black ink with fountain pen. It's a letter of appeal. Vasfi Riza Zobu was born on December 5 1902 in Constantinople Ottoman Empire. He was an actor known for Karim beni aldatirsa 1933 Ankara postasi 1928 and Milyon avcilari 1934. He died on November 23 1992 in Istanbul Turkey. Aktör Sadi started his art career as a theater actor. He appeared on the stage at school along with Muvahhit actor husband of paintress Bedia Muvahhit writer Refik Halit Karay and Refi 'Cevat Ulunay. After the proclamation of the Second Constitutional Monarchy he started the professional theater company which was founded by Resat Ridvanand the playwright Ibnürrefik Ahmet Nuri Sekizinci. Bican Efendi series in which he played the title role after the WW 1 was accepted from the first comedy of Turkish cinema history. <br/> <br/>‎

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‎Alcott Louisa M. sourcework: Clauser Suzanne screenwriter‎

‎LITTLE WOMEN PARTS ONE AND TWO . BASED ON THE NOVEL BY .‎

‎Universal City: Universal Studios 1978. 4250 leaves. Quarto. Mechanically reproduced typescript printed on rectos only of salmon stock. Bradbound. Title leaf a bit smudged and frayed at edges terminal leaf detached and chipped at edges otherwise very good. A revised draft of this recasting of Alcott's novel into a potential television series starring Meredith Baxter Susan Dey Ann Dusenberry Robert Young William Shatner et al. David Lowell Rich directed this pilot episode in essence a 200 minute made for television film and it was nominated for a Golden Globe. Universal Studios unknown‎

Référence libraire : WRCLIT69239

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‎Alcott Louisa M. sourcework: Clauser Suzanne screenwriter‎

‎LITTLE WOMEN PARTS ONE AND TWO . BASED ON THE NOVEL BY .‎

‎Universal City: Universal Studios 1978. 4250 leaves. Quarto. Mechanically reproduced typescript printed on rectos only of salmon stock. Bradbound. Title leaf a bit smudged and frayed at edges terminal leaf detached and chipped at edges otherwise very good. A revised draft of this recasting of Alcott's novel into a potential television series starring Meredith Baxter Susan Dey Ann Dusenberry Robert Young William Shatner et al. David Lowell Rich directed this pilot episode in essence a 200 minute made for television film and it was nominated for a Golden Globe. Universal Studios unknown books‎

Référence libraire : WRCLIT69239

‎Alda Alan director; Alan Alda screenwriter; Alan Alda Carol Burnett Len Cariou Sandy Dennis starring‎

‎The Four Seasons Original photograph from the 1981 film‎

‎Universal City CA: Universal Pictures 1981. Vintage studio still photograph from the US release of the 1981 film. Three wealthy couples living in New York take seasonal trips with one another. This marital drama and romantic comedy was met with box office success upon its release. Shot on location in various locations around the eastern United States. 10 x 8 inches 25.5 x 20.5 cm. Fine. Complete collation details available on request. <br/><br/> Universal Pictures unknown‎

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‎Alda Alan director; Alan Alda screenwriter; Alan Alda Carol Burnett Len Cariou Sandy Dennis starring‎

‎The Four Seasons Original photograph from the 1981 film‎

‎Universal City CA: Universal Pictures 1981. Vintage studio still photograph from the US release of the 1981 film. Three wealthy couples living in New York take seasonal trips with one another. This marital drama and romantic comedy was met with box office success upon its release. Shot on location in various locations around the eastern United States. 10 x 8 inches 25.5 x 20.5 cm. Fine. Complete collation details available on request. <br/><br/> Universal Pictures unknown books‎

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‎Aldrich Robert director; Mel Frohman screenwriter; Peter Falk Vicki Frederick Laurene Landon Burt Young starring‎

‎.All the Marbles The California Dolls Original British poster for the 1981 film‎

‎Beverly Hills CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer MGM 1981. Original British quad poster for the 1981 film ".All the Marbles" here under the British title "The California Dolls." Harry Falk is the manager of a women's wrestling tag team with romantic ties to one of his wrestlers. Mud wrestling grudge matches and crooked crooks. Director Aldrich's final film. The lead actresses were trained by prolific female wrestler Mildred Burke and two of her students lending the action of the film an air of authenticity. 27 x 39.5 inches 68.5 x 100.25 cm folded three times as issued. A few faint creases else Near Fine. Weldon 1996. <br/><br/> Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM] unknown‎

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‎Aldrich Robert director; Steve Shagan screenwriter; Burt Reynolds Catherine Deneuve Ben Johnson Paul Winfield starring‎

‎Hustle Original still from the 1975 film‎

‎London: Cinema International Corp 1976. Vintage black-and-white still photograph from the 1976 UK release of the 1975 US film. Mimeo tag affixed to the verso with cropping notations in holograph pencil and a UK distributor stamp. Lt. Phil Gaines Reynolds is a tough Los Angeles detective investigating the death of a young woman and having a troubled relationship with a call girl Deneuve. Features an early role by Robert Englund Fred "Freddy" Krueger in the "Nightmar on Elm Street" films. An often overlooked entry in the late cycle of film noir. Set in California and shot on location there. 8 x 10 inches 20 x 25 cm. About Near Fine. Complete collation details available on request. Grant US. Silver Classic Noir. Spicer US. <br/><br/> Cinema International Corp unknown‎

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‎Aldrich Robert director producer; James Poe screenwriter; Clifford Odets playwright; Jack Palance Ida Lupino starring‎

‎The Big Knife Original photograph from the set of the 1955 film‎

‎Beverly Hills CA: United Artists 1955. Vintage press photograph from the set of the 1955 film. Based on Clifford Odets' 1949 Broadway play. 10 x 8 inches 25.5 x 20.5 cm. Near Fine. Grant Worldwide. Selby US Canon. Silver and Ward Classic Noir. Spicer US. <br/><br/> United Artists unknown‎

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‎Aldrich Robert director producer; Lukas Heller screenwriter; Elleston Trevor novel; James Stewart Richard Attenborough Ernes‎

‎The Flight of the Phoenix Original screenplay for the 1965 film‎

‎Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox 1965. First Draft script for the 1965 film. Included are production notes dated November 1965 laid in and an architectural sketch of the "sky truck" noted as "REVISED / APR. 22. '65" As deluxe a script for this film as we have seen and a highspot for noted director Robert Aldrich. One of the great adventure films of the twentieth century wherein a cargo plane with fewer than a dozen men goes down in the Sahara in a sandstorm. One of the men is an airplane designer who comes up with the idea of ripping off the undamaged wing and using it as the basis for an airplane they will build to escape before food and water are depleted. Black titled wrappers noted as 2ND DRAFT on the front wrapper dated April 6th. Distribution page present with receipt removed. Title page present with credits for screenwriter Heller and novelist Trevor. 178 leaves mechanically reproduced with blue and pink revision pages throughout dated variously between 4/15/65 and 4/27/65. Pages Near Fine wrapper about Near Fine with a small fingernail-size bruise at the top left corner of the front wrapper. Bound internally with three gold brads. <br/><br/> Twentieth Century-Fox unknown‎

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‎Aldrich Robert director; Michael Elias Frank Shaw screenwriter; Gene Wilder Harrison Ford starring‎

‎The Frisco Kid No-Knife Original screenplay for the 1979 film‎

‎Burbank CA: Warner Brothers 1978. Final Draft screenplay for the 1979 film "The Frisco Kid" seen here under the early working title "No-Knife." Though first offered to John Wayne the part of "Tommy" went to Harrison Ford when Wayne declined having been offered less than his usual fee. Director Aldrich's second Comedy Western following his 1963 Frank Sinatra film "Four for Texas." Gene Wilder plays a Polish rabbi who ventures into the American West to lead a synagogue. Things don't go well on the way where he is nearly burned at the stake and killed by outlaws fortunately encountering Ford in the nick of time. Set in the Old West largely on a desert road between Pennsylvania and San Francisco and shot on location in various locations in Colorado California and Arizona. Pale blue titled wrappers noted as FINAL DRAFT on the front wrapper dated 10/16/78 Rev. 10/25/78. Title page present dated October 16 1978 noted as FINAL DRAFT with credits for screenwriters Elias and Shaw. #PAGES leaves mechanically reproduced with blue revision pages throughout dated either 9/26/78 or 10/25/78. Pages Near Fine wrapper about Near Fine bound with two gold brads. <br/><br/> Warner Brothers unknown‎

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