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1 Black & White Photograph of Olivia De Havilland As Melanie from Gone With the Wind Signed by Olivia De Havilland
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9 3/8” x 12 1/4”. Fine. A lovely oversize portrait of Olivia De Havilland as Melanie from the classic film Gone With the Wind, signed and inscribed by the author - actress: “All good wishes. Olivia De Havilland. Melanie.” Miss De Havilland is posed seated at a window wearing a bonnet smiling sweetly into the camera. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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2 Cinema. Vol. 2, No. 3, October - November 1964
Northridge, CA Spectator International, Inc. 1964 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp. Contains a review of Alfred Hitchcock's film Marnie by Peter Bogdanovich. Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. This issue also contains an interview with film director Fred Zinnemann, an article on Sam Peckinpah and Charlton Heston making “Major Dundee”, and a commentary by Francois Truffaut on sin in the cinema. Paperbound magazine. Fine. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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3 Cinema. Vol. 2, No. 4, December - January, 1964 - 1965
Northridge, CA Spectator International, Inc. 1964 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp. Contains an article by Peter Bogdanovich. Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. Near fine lightly used copy. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Frontier, April, 1960
Los Angeles Frontier 1960 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp. Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. Contains an article by Peter Bogdanovich on the subject of comedy in American film. Near fine lightly used copy. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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5 Frontier, July, 1960
Los Angeles Frontier 1960 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp. Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. Contains an article by Peter Bogdanovich on the subject of playwright Tennessee William's works that have made into films. Paperbound magazine. Near fine copy. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6 Movie, No. 9, May, 1963
London Movie Magazine, Ltd. 1963 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp.Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. Contains several film reviews by Peter Bogdanovich including Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, Jerry Lewis' The Nutty Professor and a description of a visit to the set of the Howard Hawks film Man's Favorite Sport? with Rock Hudson and Paula Prentiss.This issue also contains articles on film director Nicholas Ray including a long interview with him. Paperbound magazine. Near fine copy. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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7 New York Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 14, April 8, 1974
New York NYM Corp. 1974 
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and stamp. Contains an article on the great pioneer film director Raoul Walsh written by Peter Bogdanovich. Signed by the author, Peter Bogdanovich. Raoul Walsh's many memorable films include The Thief of Bagdad with Douglas Fairbanks, the original Sadie Thompson with Gloria Swanson, High Sierra and They Drive By Night with Humphrey Bogart, and They Died With Their Boots On and Gentleman Jim with Errol Flynn. Paperbound magazine.Near fine copy. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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8 Original Typed Contract Signed by Film Director Erich Von Stroheim Offering Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer the Rights to Publish Material from his Film The Merry Widow
Los Angeles Dec. 29, 1933 
1 page, 8 1/2” x 13”. Signed by the author, Erich von Stroheim, who was selling his rights (for $5000) to his masterpiece of silent film The Merry Widow starring Mae Murray, John Gilbert, and a young Clark Gable as an extra. With the notary public's signature and blindstamp. Torn punch holes at top from binding, creases from folding, else about fine. 
Price: 1250.00 USD
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9 AHERNE, BRIAN Original Black & White Photograph Portrait of Brian Aherne in a Handsome Full-Length Pose. Signed & Inscribed by Aherne
1940 
Signed by the author, “Brian Aherne” and inscribed to an individual. 8” x 10”. Fine. Aherne appeared in such films as Juarez, Sylvia Scarlett, My Sister Eileen, I Confess, etc. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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10 AHERNE, BRIAN Original Black & White Photograph Portrait of Brian Aherne. Signed by Aherne

Signed by the author, “Brian Aherne”.8” x 10”. Fine. A scene from the 1940 film My Son, My Son in which Aherne co-starred with Madeleine Carroll. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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11 AUMONT, JEAN-PIERRE Sun and Shadow. Foreword by Francois Truffaut
New York Norton 1977 
First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author, the French film actor , Jean-Pierre Aumont, to film director Peter Bogdanovich and his then companion, actress Cybill Shepherd. Inscribed: “To Cybill and Peter, their friend, Jean-Pierre”. Fine in a dust jacket with a couple of tiny tears. From the library of film director Peter Bogdanovich with his autograph signature and stamp. Aumont's autobiography. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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12 BACALL, LAUREN Lauren Bacall By Myself
New York Knopf 1979 
First Edition. Signed presentation copy from Lauren Bacall using her real name to her friend George Marton. Inscribed: “For Dear George, With all love. Betty. 18 January 1979.” The actress' autobiography containing a great deal about her classic films and her marriage to Humphrey Bogart. Near fine in a very good dust jacket. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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13 BACON, JAMES Hollywood is a Four Letter Town
Chicago Henry Regnery Co. 1976 
First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author, James Bacon: “To Paul-- The human dynamo-- Best, Jim.” Memoirs of Hollywood columnist with chapter titles such as “Welcome to the Naked City”, “ The Night I Made Love to Marilyn Monroe and Joe Schenck Didn't”, and “Marlon Brando--The World's Highest Paid Geek”. About fine in a lightly used dust jacket. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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14 BAILEY, PEARL Original Signed Autographed Black & White Photograph Portrait of Pearl Bailey
N.p. n.d. 
8” x 10” black & white photograph of the acclaimed singer and actress, Pearl Bailey, signed by the author: “Love, Pearl Bailey.” in red ink. The portrait shows Miss Bailey in casual attire wearing a scarf and brimmed hat. With a narrow strip of clear tape to the top edge, else fine. Pearl Bailey's career in show business began at the young age of 15, having won an amateur contest, leading to her Broadway debut in the musical St. Louis Woman, for which she won an award for “most promising newcomer of 1946.” She also won a Tony Award for her performance in the title role of an all-Black cast of Hello, Dolly! She went on to a successful career as a jazz singer, appearing occasionally in films and television. In 1975 she announced her retirement from the entertainment industry and devoted her time to humanitarian work with the U.N. and other important causes. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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15 BELAMY, RALPH Original Black & White Photograph Portrait of Ralph Bellamy. Signed and Inscribed by Bellamy

8” x 10”. Fine. Signed and inscribed iby author. Bellamy had a very long career including such films as Airmail, His Girl Friday, Rosemary's Baby, The Wolf Man, and Trading Places with Eddie Murphy. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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16 BELLAMY, RALPH When the Smoke Hit the Fan. A Reminiscence of the Theater, Movies and T.V
Garden City Doubleday 1979 
First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author, Ralph Bellamy inscribed: “Dear Bob, Thanks for your contribution -- Hope you find a chuckle and a little nostalgia-- Gratefully, Ralph”. Autobiography of the actor best known for his work in such films as His Girl Friday, The Wolf Man, Rosemary's Baby, etc. Illustrated. Fine in a lightly used dust jacket. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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17 BOGDANOVICH, PETER A Moment With Miss Gish
Santa Barbara Santa Teresa Press 1995 
First Edition. One of 100 numbered hardbound copies signed by the author Peter Bogdanovich, the remaining copies were issued paperbound and not signed. One of America's finest film directors, Peter Bogdanovich has directed such films as The Last Picture Show, Paper Moon, What's Up Doc?, Targets, Saint Jack, Mask, etc. This little book is the director's memories of an encounter with the great film actress, Lillian Gish, at a screening of D.W. Griffith's silent film Way Down East. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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18 BOGDANOVICH, PETER Pieces of Time. Peter Bogdanovich on the Movies 1961-1985
New York Arbor House 1985 
First Revised & Expanded Edition. Signed and inscribed by film director Peter Bogdanovich to his script supervisor on his film, Texasville. Inscribed: “For Karen, Love & Luck for the 90's & the 2000's ! Peter Bogdanovich.” Paperbound (no hardcover of this new edition). Fine in wrappers. Contains additional film essays and articles not in the original edition. One of the finest film books. This script supervisors work includes such notable films as Casino, Pearl Harbor, The Rock, Rising Sun, K-Pax, I Heart Huckabees, Transformers, Pirates of the Carribbean: At World's End, Silver Linings Playbook, etc. She has worked with such significant directors as John Huston, Martin Scorsese, Michael Bay, David O. Russell, Peter Bogdanovich, Kevin Costner, William Friedkin, Wolfgang Petersen, Robert Benton, Sam Raimi, etc. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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19 BOGDANOVICH, PETER & JOSEPH H. LEWIS Cinema. Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall 1971
Beverly Hills Spectator International, Inc. 1971 
Peter Bogdanovich's own copy with his ownership stamp. Contains an interview by Bogdanovich with film director Joseph H. Lewis, best known for his films The Spy Ring, Bombs Over Burma, So Dark the Night, and Gun Crazy. Includes a filmography of Joseph H. Lewis' work. Paperbound magazine. Near fine copy. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 BOGDANOVICH. PETER “Sonny and Cher: They're What's Happenning, Baby” By Peter Bogdanovich. The Saturday Evening Post, April 23, 1966
Philadelphia The Curtis Publishing Co. 1966 
One of film director Peter Bogdanovich's copies with his autograph signature and stamp. Signed by the author. An article on pop music icons, Sonny & Cher, about whom Bogdanovich observes that their popularity seemed to thrive more in spite of their talent than because of it. You just couldn't help but like these two furry-vested songbirds who broke the mold of what married performers of the time about were supposed to be like (think Steve & Edie). Illustrated. Near fine. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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