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1) Valentino the Unforgotten
Peterson, Roger C.
  Valentino the Unforgotten
Los Angeles: Wetzel Publishing Co., Inc.. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1937). First Edition. Hardcover. [a good sound copy, slight deterioration to cloth at top of spine, signature and rubber-stamped name of one-time owner (screenwriter Richard Collins) on ffep; jacket is lightly soiled, short closed tear at bottom front flap-fold, tiny chip at base of spine, about 1/4" paper loss at top of spine]. (B&W photographs) An examination of the Rudolph Valentino cult about a decade after his death, ... more information

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2) Valentino the Unforgotten
Peterson, Roger C.
  Valentino the Unforgotten
Los Angeles: Wetzel Publishing Co., Inc.. Fair. (c.1937). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [heavily worn, especially on bottom edge and along spine, with some deterioration of the binding along the bottom inch and a half of the front joint; the binding is solid, however, and the book is internally quite clean]. (B&W photographs) An examination of the Rudolph Valentino cult about a decade after his death, by an author who witnessed its growth first-hand, as custodian of the Cathe ... more information

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$85.00
3) Valley Forge; a play in three acts
Anderson, Maxwell
  Valley Forge; a play in three acts
Washington DC: Anderson House. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. [front hinge a little weak, slight fading to cloth at edges of covers and spine, attractive full-page vintage bookplate on half-title page; jacket spine is browned, jacket has some shallow chipping along top and bottom edges, minor paper loss at corners]. (endpaper maps) Historical drama about the difficulties endured by General George Washington's army during the Winter of 1777-78, "the dark days [when ... more information

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$30.00
4) Vanessa Redgrave: An Autobiography [*SIGNED*]
Redgrave, Vanessa
  Vanessa Redgrave: An Autobiography [*SIGNED*]
London: Hutchinson. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. 0091745934 . [nice clean book, no significant wear, slight age-toning to edges of text block; jacket also very nice, just a touch of surface rubbing (mostly to rear panel)]. (B&W photographs) SIGNED by the author on the title page. Signed by Author .

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5) Variation on a Theme
Rattigan, Terence
  Variation on a Theme
London: Hamish Hamilton. Very Good+ in Good dj. 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [light dust-soiling to edges of text block, no other significant wear to book; jacket a bit edgeworn, spine browned, soiling to rear panel, light dampstain near bottom of spine]. Rattigan's modernization of the "Camille" story ("La Dame aux Camelias"), in which "Marguerite Gautier becomes Rose Fish, an ex-typist from Birmingham, who through a series of purposeful marriages has c ... more information

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6) Vaudeville
Caffin, Caroline (the book), and Marius de Zayas (the pictures)
  Vaudeville
New York: Mitchell Kennerley. Very Good. 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [good sound copy, moderate wear to extremities, hinges and binding fully intact, gilt lettering still bright on spine and front cover; top edge gilt]. (caricature sketches) A survey of the vaudeville scene of the day, with discussions and caricature sketches of nearly fifty leading performers. Many legendary names are included -- Harry Lauder, Nora Bayes, Ruth St. Denis, Vernon and Irene Castle, Elsie Janis, Hou ... more information

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$300.00
7) The Veil [uncorrected proof]
Johnson, Denis
  The Veil [uncorrected proof]
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Near Fine. 1987. Uncorrected Proof. Softcover. NOISBN . [light handling wear only; publisher's blurb stapled to inside of front cover]. The author's fourth collection of poetry, and the first to be issued after he had turned his hand to novel-writing. .

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8) The Velvet Glove; a comedy in three acts
Casey, Rosemary
  The Velvet Glove; a comedy in three acts
New York/Hollywood: Samuel French. Near Fine. (c.1950, 1948). Unstated edition. Softcover. [nice clean copy, slight tanning to spine, tiny chip at top of spine]. (B&W photo frontispiece, stage diagram) Comedy centering around issues of academic freedom at a Roman Catholic girls' college, where the Mother-General's defense of a young layman's teaching methods brings her into conflict with her Bishop. The original Broadway production ran for 152 performances between December 1949 and Ma ... more information

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$35.00
9) The Velvet Knife [*SIGNED*]
Shulman, Irving
  The Velvet Knife [*SIGNED*]
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc.. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. [solid copy, light shelfwear, mild browning to page edges, previous owner's possession stamp on front pastedown; jacket edgeworn, minor paper loss at top of spine (no text affected)]. SIGNED by the author (signature only) on the ffep. The novelist-and-sometime-screenwriter's only Hollywood novel -- although some think his 1960s biographies of Jean Harlow and Rudolph Valentino have their ... more information

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10) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 9, Summer 1973): French Cinema
Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 9, Summer 1973): French Cinema
Cottage Grove WI: The Arizona Jim Co-Op. Near Fine. 1973. (No. 9). Periodical. [small remnant of old price-sticker on front cover, otherwise clean and flawless]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: FANTOMAS (Louis Feuillade); ZERO DE CONDUITE (Jean Vigo); a history of film criticism in "Cahiers du Cinema"; AU HASARD BALTHAZAR (Robert Bresson); PIERROT LE FOU (Jean-Luc Godard); THE SORROW AND THE PITY (Marcel Ophuls); screenwriter Frances Mari ... more information

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$25.00
11) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 12, Spring 1974) [special issue: The Western]
(Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 12, Spring 1974) [special issue: The Western]
Cottage Grove WI: The Arizona Jim Co-Op. Very Good+. 1974. (No. 12). Periodical. [light external wear, short diagonal crease at bottom corner of front cover, small amount of ink underlining in a couple of articles]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. This issue, devoted entirely to the West, includes articles on: "Zane Grey and William S. Hart: The Romantic Western of the 1920s"; "Selected Sound Westerns and Their Novel Sources"; JOHNNY GUITAR (Nicholas Ray); R ... more information

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12) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 19, 1982) [cover: Henry Fonda in YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE]
(DeBauche, Leslie Midkiff, et al., eds.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 19, 1982) [cover: Henry Fonda in YOU ONLY LIVE  ONCE]
Madison WI: John Davis. Near Fine. (c.1982). (No. 19). Periodical. [nice clean copy, light handling wear only]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal, this issue's stated theme being "Rereading Hollywood." Contents: Part Two of an analysis of the convention of the happy ending in Hollywood movies; an examination of the influence of Edith Head's film costume designs on the retail fashion market; an interview with Rouben Mamoulian; "Movie Audiences, Urban Geograp ... more information

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13) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 10, Fall 1973) [special issue: RKO Radio Pictures]
(Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 10, Fall 1973) [special issue: RKO Radio  Pictures]
Cottage Grove WI: Arizona Jim Co-Op. Near Fine. 1973. (No. 10). Periodical. [faint external soiling, minor crease near top of rear cover]. (B&W photographs) A special issue of this critical/historical film journal, devoted to RKO Radio Pictures. Includes: an overview of the studio's history and a chronology; "RKO's Fallen Women, 1930-1933"; an article about the production design of the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers musicals, as overseen by the studio's Art Department head, Van ... more information

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$25.00
14) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 18, Spring 1978) [special issue: MGM; cover, Jean Harlow]
(Davis, John, ed.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 18, Spring 1978) [special issue: MGM; cover,  Jean Harlow]
Madison WI: John Davis. Near Fine. 1978. (No. 18). Periodical. [nice clean copy, minimal handling wear only]. (B&W photographs) Special issue of this historical/critical film journal, devoted to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and its films. Articles: "MGM: The Studio at Its Zenith"; "The Ghost of Thalberg: MGM 1946-1951"; interviews with directors Tay Garnett and Clarence Brown; an analysis of THE WET PARADE (1931), with emphasis on the involvement of Upton Sinclair, author of the source ... more information

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15) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 14, Winter 1975) [cover: MAHLER]
(Davis, John, ed.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 14, Winter 1975) [cover: MAHLER]
Madison: Arizona Jim Co-Op. Near Fine. 1975. (No. 14). Periodical. [nice clean copy, with just the teensiest bit of handling wear]. (B&W photographs) The theme of this issue is "Forbidden, Forgotten, Neglected and Unlucky Films." Includes articles on: SURRENDER (Edward Sloman, 1927); THE RACKET (Lewis Milestone, 1928); THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE (1948, from a William Saroyan play); NATIVE LAND (Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand, 1942); THE BREAKING POINT (Michael Curtiz, 1950, from Hemingway's ... more information

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16) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 17, Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN]
(Davis, John, ed.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 17, Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular  Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN]
Cottage Grove WI: (No Publisher Stated). Near Fine. 1977. (No. 17). Periodical. [nice clean copy with no significant wear]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. This issue reprints ten articles from issues 1-8, including: "Some Warners Musicals and the Spirit of the New Deal"; FOR APACHE (John Ford); "The Strange Romance of 'Dirty Harry' Callahan and Ann Mary Deacon"; "Notes on Warner Brothers' Foreign Policy"; "Prisoners of Paranoia&q ... more information

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17) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 11, Winter 1974): The 50s [cover: James Dean in REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE]
(Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 11, Winter 1974): The 50s [cover: James Dean in  REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE]
Cottage Grove WI: The Arizona Jim Co-Op. Very Good+. 1974. (No. 11). Periodical. [minor soiling to rear cover, light stain at bottom of first few pages]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: "The Strange Case of the Hollywood Ten"; 3-D films; Fifties gangster films; Don Siegel and BABY FACE NELSON; THE BAND WAGON (Vincente Minnelli); "Nicholas Ray: The Years at RKO" (Part 2); Elia Kazan in the Fifties; three films by Robert Aldrich ... more information

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18) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 15, Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG]
(Davis, John, ed.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 15, Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul  Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG]
Cottage Grove WI: (No Publisher Stated). Very Good. 1975. (No. 15). Periodical. [nice clean copy, but rather heavily worn along the spine (binding fully intact)]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal; special issue devoted to Warner Bros. films. Includes articles on: WILD BOYS OF THE ROAD (William Wellman); art director Anton Grot; director William Dieterle; actor Pat O'Brien (interview); "Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies"; animation director Bob Clampett; director Rao ... more information

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19) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 13, Fall 1974): New Films and Filmmakers [cover: Jack Nicholson in CHINATOWN]
(Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 13, Fall 1974): New Films and Filmmakers  [cover: Jack Nicholson in CHINATOWN]
Cottage Grove WI: The Arizona Jim Co-Op. Very Good+. 1974. (No. 13). Periodical. [moderate soiling/rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. This issue includes articles on: THE EXORCIST (William Friedkin); A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (Stanley Kubrick); CHINATOWN (Roman Polanski); director Robert Mulligan; the recent films of Blake Edwards; the films of Noel Black; "The Search for Self in the Films of Nicolas Roeg"; the BILLY JACK phenomenon; formalist cinema. ... more information

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20) The Velvet Light Trap (No. 16, Fall 1976): Sex and Violence [cover: Marilyn Monroe]
(Davis, John, ed.)
  The Velvet Light Trap (No. 16, Fall 1976): Sex and Violence [cover:  Marilyn Monroe]
Cottage Grove WI: (No Publisher Stated). Near Fine. 1976. (No. 16). Periodical. [nice clean copy with just very slight wear to spine extremities]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. This issue contains articles on these individual films: DOORWAY TO HELL (Archie Mayo), THE SCARLET EMPRESS (Josef von Sternberg), WITNESS TO MURDER (Roy Rowland), A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (Stanley Kubrick), THE BEGUILED (Don Siegel), THE MECHANIC (Michael Winner), ANGEL ON FIRE (Roberta Findlay), and SWEET ... more information

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