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New York: Sotheby's, 1990. Large Octavo: VG/no-DJ wraps: Black spine with yellow text: Covers have some mild edgewear, slight fraying of corners, mild scuffing on front and back: Textblock slightly darkened with age, otherwise in good condition with no markings/tears: Book is an auction catalog from the sale of animation cels, features many color photographs of the cels for sale: No page count given.
Paris: Distribue par Discina. Quarto; G+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, blue with gold print on a black ground; Boards in marbled blue paper and blue cloth with gold print, mild wear to corners and spine caps, slight shelfwear; Text block has slight spotting to endpapers, vendor label on front pastedown; Appears to be a bound compilation of a paperback of scenario and illustrations from the film, a program from a 1944 “Soiree de gala” presentation of the film, and two tickets to that presentation (one with name in blue pencil written on it); unpaged, chiefly illustrations (b&w).
Oblong Octavo: VG paperback in VG- case: Thin black spine with no text: Clam shell case has light rubbing to edges, slight chipping at head and tail of spine, minor tearing along bottom edge (not pictured), clean: Covers have minimal shelfwear, small white spot on front else clean and binding solid: Textblock is clean: Book includes short quotations from reviews of the movie and awards it has won along with a page titled "For your consideration", it was likely produced as promotional material intended for distribution to academy members during awards season: Unpaginated. Please see the four photos attached for details NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in 13's ephemera box.
Turner Network Television, 2005. Quarto; G+/G+; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, grey and yellow with black print; DJ has slight edgewear but is clean and bright; Boards in brown paper with gold print, slight shelfwear to rear top edge; Text block has hinge stains at front and rear endpapers, else clean and tight; "DreamWorks Television, from executive producer Steven Spielberg"-- DJ; 96 pages, illustrated (color). Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller if you have any questions. This book is part of the overstocked 15's, kept in Room X.
New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1965. First Thus. 16mo; pp 127; G/paperback; dark yellow spine with black text; covers have some soiling to exterior; minor wear to edges; text block shows slight wear to exterior edges; interior clean; illustrated NOTE: Shelved in 15's ephemera box 2, in Netdesk office.
Le Sycomore, 1984. First Limited Edition (#176 of 500). Oblong folio in black cloth with black and white DJ in brodart; VG/VG; white letters on spine; DJ has some closed tears around edges, protected by brodart; strong binding; paper and text clean; pp. 301; author's signature and dedication on last front end page; very scarce; contains chapters on the uses of light in cinematography and in the arts, as well as philosophical and artistic descriptions of the role of light in photography; some full size pages in color; long, beautiful quote from Alain Robbe-Grillet inside front cover; in French; shelved case 11; please contact us for shipping costs.
n.p. The Film Daily, 1948. Thick Octavo; pp 1088; G/no-DJ; dark brown spine with gilt text; thirtieth annual editions; cloth has slight sunning to exterior; rubbed corners; embossed titles and scroll borders to panels; text block shows age toned exterior edges; some foxing to endpapers; good binding; pictorial endpapers; profusely illustrated;.
New York: The Film Daily, 1958. 40th. Annual Edition. Octavo; good-/no dust jacket; burgundy leatherette spine and boards with raised lettering, gilt; shelf wear and bumping; hinges, cracked; binding, badly shaken; text block, clean; musty smell; edges. foxing and light soiling; else very good. 1186pp. Offered as is.
New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2005. First Printing. Small Quarto; pp 110; VG-/VG-; gray spine with pink and white text; dust jacket has light wear to exterior, sticker to front; cloth has minimal wear to exterior, strong boards; text block shows minimal wear to exterior, interior clean; inscribed by authors and photographer.
American Film Institute, 2004. Original. Imperial Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; thin spine black with white lettering; covers strong, clean, mild colorless smudges on front cover near fore edge, spine head bumped, minor edgewear minimal wear on covers and spine; textblock clean, minimal wear, free of markings/writing, free of highlighting/underlining. pp. 87.
American Film Institute, 2005. Original. Imperial Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; thin spine blue with white lettering; covers sturdy, clean, spine head bumped (moderately worn), purple stain across bottom edge of back cover, minimal other wear on covers/spine, minor to minimal other edgewear; textblock clean, minimal wear, no markings/writing, no highlighting/underlining. pp. 88.
Scottsdale: Quadrillion media, 2000. Octavo; G+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, black with blue print; Boards in glossy illustrated paper, mild bump to spine tail, vendor label on rear, slight shelfwear; Text block clean and tight; Signed in ink by Anderson on the page following front flyleaf; 255 pages.
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1995. Octavo; pp 306; VG-/VG-; light gray/orange pictorial spine with red and gilt text; dust jacket has mild wear to exterior; slight dings to edges; cloth has slight tone to tail edge; small sticker to spine; strong boards; text block has slight foxing to exterior head edge; interior clean; illustrated; inscribed by Loni Anderson;.
Paris, France: Aux Editions Du Cygne, 1932. (unstated edition). Quarto. Good- with no dust jacket. Half-cloth half-marbled pink boards. Brown spine with beige panel and black lettering. Slight shelf-wear to covers. Text block edges clean and unmarked. Text of pages clean and unmarked. 366pp. Text in French.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1979. First Edition. Octavo; pp 377; G-/G-; grayish tan spine with ivory and black text; dust jacket has moderate wear to exterior; slight curling to head edge; slightly toned flaps; price clipped front flap; cloth has some foxing to exterior; light damp-staining to ward head edge; slightly cocked spine; text block shows noticeable foxing to exterior edges, as is; deckled fore edge; slight foxing to endpapers; interior clean; signed by author.
Secaucus: The Citadel Press, 1982. First edition. Quarto; First edition; G/G; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, white with red print; DJ has light edgewear, tape at spine ends, light soiling to flap folds, else clean and bright; Boards in silver cloth with black print, wear to corners and spine caps, else clean and strong; Text block has tape and small surface tear to front flyleaf, else clean and tight; 384 pages, illustrated (b&w). [Oversized book(s). Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to size/weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates.].
Givors: André Martel, 1948. Fourth. Octavo, 273 pages; Good + condition; Spine worn with multiple lengthwise creases and small pieces torn off at head and foot, small tear to bottom rear cover, creases and spotting to both covers; clean interior with many uncut pages, binding loose in places but all pages remain attached, contains numerous B&W photographs; sold as is.
New York: Nancy Spector, The Guggenheim Museum, 2002. Softcover Edition. folio, 522 pages; VG; in off-white iridescent cloth wraps, title on spine in shiny silver. Very light edgewear to wraps, small smudge to front cover; Indentations in textblock (like letter tabulations in an encyclopedia); textblock and pages clean and bright; two Guggenheim programs and an invitation to meet Matthew Barney loose within; scarce in softcover; shelved front table.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1966. Octavo; G/G- blue, gold, and gray spines with white text; 3 volumes: A Tower in Babel: A History of Broadcasting in the United States, to 1933, pp 344; minor wrinkling to fore edge to half title page; The Golden Web: A History of Broadcasting in the United States 1933-1953, pp 391; broken rear hinge; The Image Empire: A History of Broadcasting in the United States from 1953, pp 396; dust jackets have sunned spines; some chips to edges; modest shelf wear to exteriors; cloths show slight sunning to spines; panels have light wear; sturdy boards; text blocks have mild wear to exterior edges; previous owner's name to ffeps; interiors clean; illustrated;.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1976. First English language edition. Quarto; First English language edition; VG/G-; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, black with white print; DJ has edgewear, tears at spine ends and flap corners, tear to front top spine corner (taped), shelfwear; Boards in black cloth with silver print, clean and strong; Text block clean and tight; vii, 264 pages, frontispiece, illustrated (b&w).
Colorado Springs: Gauntlet, 2004. Limited Edition. Limited Edition; Quarto, 437 pages; VG-/VG-; Black spine with Yellow and blue text; Dustjacket has slight edgewear, slight shelfwear, slight wrinkling near bottom corner of front cover, Boards strong, slight edgewear, white marks on both covers, otherwise clean; Textblock clean; Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller if you have any questions. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in bookcase next to Ephemera section.
Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press, 2000. Small quarto; pp 246; VG-/G; black spine with gilt and white text; dust jacket shows slight rubbing to exterior; mylar wraps; cloth shows light wear to front; lightly bumped corners; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York, St. Louis, San Francisco: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970. Octavo; pp 95; G/G-; black & orange spine with white text; dust jacket shows light scratching and rubbing to exterior, chipping to corners; boards are clean, strong and intact; text block has minor wear and light foxing to exterior edges, previous owner's book plate to front pastedown, slight writing to page 95;.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1980. First thus, American edition in English. Thin octavo. Good+ in good+ dust jacket. Brown spine with tan lettering. Slight rubbing to dust jacket panels, particularly to the bottom edges of the panels.. Moderate shelf-wear to top edges of covers with some soiling near the top edges. Binding intact. Foxing to top text block edge, other text block edges clean. Text of pages clean and free of markings. 98pp.
Paris: Editions de la Roseraie, 1927. first limited edition (420 copies on Velin de Rives); signed by Illustrator and Publisher. Large quarto in black and brown hardcovers with beige letters; spine black with no letters; VG; boards with minimal soiling; deckle edges slightly dusty; color illustrations throughout covered with rice paper; text in large print; pp. 215; in French; signatures on end page; this novel inspired the 1935 major motion picture featuring Arletty and Michel Simon; in good condition; shelved in Case # 11; please contact us for shipping costs.
New York: St. Martin's Press, Inc., 1976. Octavo; pp 304; G+/G; white/purplish pink spine with white and red text; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing to exterior; some smudges to exterior; minor chips to edges; cloth has lightly sunned exterior; sturdy boards; text block has slight toning to exterior edges; offset to endpapers; profusely illustrated; interior clean.
New York: Random House, 1989. First Trade Edition. Octavo; pp 533; VG-/VG-; dark blue spine with yellow and white text; dust jacket has slight to exterior, mylar wraps; cloth shows light sunning to exterior, strong boards; text block shows light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; inscribed by author to prev. owner on bookplate located on FFEP.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1975. Quarto; G+/G; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, red with white print; DJ has edgewear, slight tear to front top edge and to front bottom edge, remains of label on front bottom edge, mild shelfwear; Boards in black cloth with gold print, light wear to corners and spine caps, wear to bottom edge, else clean and strong; Text block has small stain to top edge, else clean and tight; 306 pages, illustrated (b&w). [NOTE: Oversized book(s). Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to size/weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates.].
Bern: Peter Lang, Inc.; European Academic Publishers, 1991. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; spine white with pink and white lettering; covers sturdy, clean, minor bump on spine head, small stain on front bottom edge, minor bumping on bottom front corner, light age toning on edges, minimal other edgewear, no markings, no tears; textblock clean, mild creasing down length of first few pages (front free end paper through page 2) minimal other wear, minor stain on bottom edge, no writing/markings, no highlighting/underlining. pp. 272.
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Incorporated, 1929. First Edition. 8vo., 217pp.; VG; spine brown leather with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering; rebound in full green leather, spine and board edges faded to brown, floral patterned endpapers; top edge of text block gilt; Frances Marion's name embossed in gilt on lower fore corner of front board; mild shelfwear; INSCRIBED and presented by author Marc Connelly to Francis Marion on the second front endpaper, dated 1935; LSM consignment; See all five photos for details The most renowned female screenwriter of the 20th century, and one of the most respected scriptwriters of any gender, Frances Marion was the first writer to win two Academy Awards, for her writing on The Big House (1930) and The Champ (1931), and the first woman to win an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. She served in Europe as a combat correspondent during World War I, after which she moved to Los Angeles and was employed by director Lois Weber as an assistant, in which position she received a thorough apprenticeship in the film industry. She began writing scripts and attracted the attention of Mary Pickford. The pair began a long relationship as both friends and artists, with Marion serving as Pickford's official screenwriter. She wrote many of Pickford's most famous and memorable silent films as well as many other of the great successful pictures of the 1920s and 1930s, and has been credited with writing 300 scripts and over 130 produced films. Her influence resurrected the career of Marie Dressler and resulted in her greatest glory, and her scripts for Marion Davies are among the most memorable of that actress' oeuvre. She died in 1973, one of the most respected names in Hollywood history. Shelved in AS office.
New York, London: W. W. Norton and Company, 1996. Third edition. Paperback quarto. VG- with no dust jacket. Pink spine with black lettering. Corners of front wrappers slightly curled. Foxing to top text block edge, sporadic foxing to other edges. Binding intact. Text of pages clean and free of markings. 189pp.
USA: Blood Moon, 2010. First Edition. First Edition; Quarto; VG+/no-DJ; Spine is magenta with yellow text; Covers have edge wear, rubbing to corners, joints are strong; Text block has general signs of handling, binding is strong, content is clear; pp 523; Additional shipping cost may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions.