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International Photographer (April 1948) [cover: Irene Dunne in I REMEMBER MAMA], (Aller, Herbert, ed.)
1 (Aller, Herbert, ed.) International Photographer (April 1948) [cover: Irene Dunne in I REMEMBER MAMA]
Hollywood International Photographers, IATSE Local 659 1948 (Vol. XX, No. 4) Magazine Near Fine Illustrated by (cover photo) Gaston Longet 
[very light wear along spine, otherwise unblemished]. (B&W photographs) Monthly magazine of the Hollywood photographers' union. The primary feature of this issue is a six-page photographic layout regarding George Stevens's film I REMEMBER MAMA, shot by Gaston Longet and including four full-page location shots taken on the streets of San Francisco. There is also a lovely full-page portrait of actress Ann Blyth, photographed by Ray Jones. Other articles in this issue include: "Landscape Photography," by Edwin Broomer; "Ambassador from Hollywood," an article about photographer Max Munn Autrey; "Television Topics," by W.S. Stewart; "Presentment of Psyche in Photographic Practice," by M.B. Paul. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Entertainment World (October 24, 1969) [cover: Peter Falk and Ben Gazzara in HUSBANDS], (Coffin, Howard A. II, ed.)
2 (Coffin, Howard A. II, ed.) Entertainment World (October 24, 1969) [cover: Peter Falk and Ben Gazzara in HUSBANDS]
Hollywood CA Entertainment World Publications, Inc. 1969 (Vol. 1, No. 4) Magazine Very Good+ 
[a little wear along spine, subscription mailing label on front cover, slight dog-earing at upper right corner]. (B&W and color photographs) "The Trade Weekly for all the Entertainment Industry." Feature articles: an interview with John Cassavetes, Ben Gazzara, and Peter Falk about the making of HUSBANDS; an article about franchising, discussing various celebrities who'd attached their names to commercial enterprises (Roy Rogers, Minnie Pearl, Jerry Lewis, and others); an article about Sid and Marty Krofft's then-new TV series H.R. PUFNSTUF; a discussion of the promotional campaign for GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS, as guided by publicist-turned-producer Arthur P. Jacobs. There are reviews of feature films and TV shows of the moment, including PAINT YOUR WAGON, GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS, THE MOD SQUAD, and ADAM-12, and a short profile of the musical group The Byrds. In the theatre realm, "Oh! Calcutta!" and "The Penny Wars" are reviewed. A "Production and Casting" feature lists numerous movies and TV shows that were then in preparation, and there's also a chart analyzing the stock prices of dozens of entertainment-related companies. 
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Focus on Film (No. 1, January-February 1970) [cover: American Comedy], (Cowie, Peter, ed.)
3 (Cowie, Peter, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 1, January-February 1970) [cover: American Comedy]
London The Tantivy Press 1970 NO (No. 1) Periodical Very Good 
[moderate external wear, some light spotting/soiling to front cover]. (B&W photographs) First issue of this interesting film periodical, sort of a more intellectual and in-depth British version of "Films in Review." Includes: articles (with filmographies) on the careers of Bob Hope, Edward Everett Horton and Tuesday Weld; reviews (with accompanying brief filmographies) of TRUE GRIT (Henry Hathaway) and MA NUIT CHEZ MAUD (Eric Rohmer); and a "Discovery" review of THE SLIPPERY PEARLS, a 1932 two-reel comedy produced in Hollywood by the Masquers Club. 
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Focus on Film (No. 2, March-April 1970) [cover: James Mason], (Cowie, Peter, ed.)
4 (Cowie, Peter, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 2, March-April 1970) [cover: James Mason]
London The Tantivy Press 1970 NO (No. 2) Periodical Very Good 
[mild overall wear, some creasing in covers]. (B&W photographs) James Mason (interview and filmography); "Hollywood and the Indian" by Robert Larkins; discussion of THUNDERBOLT (Josef von Sternberg); reviews of DOUBLE SUICIDE (Masahiro Shinoda), HEART OF A MOTHER (Mark Donskoy) and GAILY, GAILY [released in the UK as CHICAGO, CHICAGO] (Norman Jewison). [ It was the practice of this excellent publication to provide, along with each film review, filmographies and brief career summaries of the director and often other principals in the film under discussion.] 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Focus on Film (No. 10, Summer 1972) [cover: Liza Minnelli in CABARET], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
5 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 10, Summer 1972) [cover: Liza Minnelli in CABARET]
London The Tantivy Press 1972 NO (No. 10) Periodical Very Good 
[light wear along spine, minor rubbing to covers, faint vertical crease at top of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Rita Hayworth, Sidney A. Franklin,and Susannah York; a retrospective review of TRADER HORN (1931); "Memoirs of a Film-Spent Youth" by William K. Everson; reviews (with related filmographies) of CABARET (Bob Fosse), THE RULING CLASS (Peter Medak), IMAGES (Robert Altman) and WHAT'S UP DOC? (Peter Bogdanovich). 
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Focus on Film (No. 11, Autumn 1972) [cover: Marlon Brando in THE GODFATHER], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
6 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 11, Autumn 1972) [cover: Marlon Brando in THE GODFATHER]
London The Tantivy Press 1972 NO (Issue 11) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light rubbing to covers, minor wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Alec Guinness and Per Lindberg; an interview with screenwriter Walter Newman; article, "New Words on Old Westerns" by Don Miller; reviews (with related filmographies) of THE GODFATHER (Francis Ford Coppola), ROMA (Federico Fellini), THE ASSASSINATION OF TROTSKY (Joseph Losey), DELIVERANCE (John Boorman) and THE OTHER (Robert Mulligan). 
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Focus on Film (No. 12, Winter 1972) [cover: Robert Redford in JEREMIAH JOHNSON], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
7 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 12, Winter 1972) [cover: Robert Redford in JEREMIAH JOHNSON]
London The Tantivy Press 1972 (No. 12) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light surface wear to covers]. (B&W photographs) Feature article (with filmographies) on John Barrymore and Dolores Costello; an interview with Rene Clair; an interview with Robert Wise, on his early career at RKO; " On Location with Billy Wellman" by Louise Brooks (about the making of BEGGARS OF LIFE); reviews (with related filmographies) of EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX* (Woody Allen), JEREMIAH JOHNSON (Sydney Pollack), ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (William Sterling), LA RUPTURE ( Claude Chabrol) and DUEL (Steven Spielberg). 
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Focus on Film (No. 13, 1973) [special "Great Cameramen" issue], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
8 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 13, 1973) [special "Great Cameramen" issue]
London The Tantivy Press 1973 NO (No. 13) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light exterior wear and minor soiling, faint sticker-shadow on front cover]. (B&W photographs) A special issue featuring filmographies for approximately 150 cinematographers. (Issue no. 17 featured a significant number of additions and corrections to these filmographies.) 
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Focus on Film (No. 14, Spring 1973) [cover: Peter Finch in BEQUEST TO THE NATION], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
9 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 14, Spring 1973) [cover: Peter Finch in BEQUEST TO THE NATION]
London The Tantivy Press 1973 (No. 14) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light surface wear to covers]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Leo McCarey; interviews with Robert Wise (on his years at 20th Century-Fox) and Fred Zinnemann; an article on GREED (Erich von Stroheim); retrospective review of EASY LIVING (1949); reviews (with related filmographies) of THE EMIGRANTS, SLEUTH, BROTHER SUN SISTER MOON, PETE 'N' TILLIE, TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT (George Cukor), THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER, BEQUEST TO THE NATION and SAVE THE TIGER. 
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Focus on Film (No. 15, Summer 1973) [cover: Tatum O'Neal and Ryan O'Neal in PAPER MOON], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
10 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 15, Summer 1973) [cover: Tatum O'Neal and Ryan O'Neal in PAPER MOON]
London The Tantivy Press 1973 NO (No. 15) Periodical Very Good 
[mild wear at edges/corners, some creasing in front cover]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Greta Garbo and John Carradine; retrospective reviews of THE WALKING DEAD (Michael Curtiz, 1936) and STRANGLER OF THE SWAMP (Frank Wisbar, 1946); reviews (with related filmographies) of PAPER MOON (Peter Bogdanovich), PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID (Sam Peckinpah), SOYLENT GREEN, THE DAY OF THE JACKAL (Fred Zinnemann) and AVANTI! (Billy Wilder). 
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Focus on Film (No. 18, Summer 1974) [cover: Warren Oates in DILLINGER], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
11 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 18, Summer 1974) [cover: Warren Oates in DILLINGER]
London The Tantivy Press 1974 NO (No. 18) Periodical Very Good+ 
[mild edgewear, some creasing at spine]. (B&W photographs) This issue's main feature is an extensive article/interview (with filmography) on director Walter Lang. Also: an interview (with filmography) with Maureen O'Sullivan; reviews of THE THREE MUSKETEERS (with a filmography of previous versions), THE LAST DETAIL (with Jack Nicholson filmography), MAME, DILLINGER (with a discussion of films based on Dillinger's life and exploits), LACOMBE LUCIEN (with Louis Malle bio- filmography), and THE CONVERSATION (with brief background notes on a number of the principals). 
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Focus on Film (No. 3, May-August 1970) [cover: Lon Chaney], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
12 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 3, May-August 1970) [cover: Lon Chaney]
London The Tantivy Press 1970 NO (No. 3) Periodical Very Good 
[moderate external wear, light rubbing/soiling to covers]. (B&W photographs) Career articles (with filmographies) on Lon Chaney, Margaret Hamilton, and Suzanne Pleshette; reviews (with accompanying brief filmographies) of THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? (Sydney Pollack), THE MOLLY MAGUIRES (Martin Ritt); PATTON (Franklin J. Schaffner); COLONEL WOLODYJOWSKI (Jerzy Hoffman)RUE GRIT (Henry Hathaway) and MA NUIT CHEZ MAUD (Eric Rohmer); and a "Discovery" review of THE SLIPPERY PEARLS, a 1932 two-reel comedy produced in Hollywood by the Masquers Club. 
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Focus on Film (No. 4, September-October 1970) [cover: Alain Delon in LE SAMOURAI], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
13 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 4, September-October 1970) [cover: Alain Delon in LE SAMOURAI]
London The Tantivy Press 1970 NO (No. 4) Periodical Very Good 
[some wear along spine, one small stain on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) The theme of the issue is "Films and History," with articles on CROMWELL ( Ken Hughes), Sergei Bondarchuk (with special reference to WATERLOO) and " Ronald Colman and the Cinema of Empire." Also includes reviews (with the usual accompanying filmographies of principals) of: LE SAMOURAI (Jean- Pierre Melville), EROTISSIMO (Gerard Pires), LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS (Cy Howard); plus a retrospective look at MIDNIGHT (Mitchell Leisen; screenplay by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder). Also: book reviews and an article on "The Cinemas of Kentish Town." 
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Focus on Film (No. 5, Winter (November-December) 1970) [cover: Douglas Fairbanks], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
14 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 5, Winter (November-December) 1970) [cover: Douglas Fairbanks]
London The Tantivy Press 1970 NO (No. 5) Periodical Very Good 
[moderate external wear, some creasing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Major article on Douglas Fairbanks (Sr.) by DeWitt Bodeen; article, "The American B Film: A Fond Appreciation" by Don Miller; an interview ( including filmography) with humorist/screenwriter Donald Ogden Stewart; reviews (with related filmographies) of MONTE WALSH (William A. Fraker) and THE RITE (Ingmar Bergman); a survey of the 50 best musical films available on 16mm. 
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Focus on Film (No. 6, Spring 1971) [special John Ford section], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
15 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 6, Spring 1971) [special John Ford section]
London The Tantivy Press 1971 NO (No. 6) Periodical Very Good+ 
[minor edgewear, mild creasing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Special section about John Ford, in five parts: "Forgotten Ford" by William K. Everson; "Ford's Lost World" by Jeffrey Richards; "Ford in Person" (essentially a transcript of Ford's appearances at two different events at the University of Southern California); "Ford in Print" ( bibliography); "Ford on 16mm." This issue also contains an article on the career of director Ken Hughes; a retrospective review of THE FOUR FEATHERS (1929); reviews (with related filmographies) of LITTLE BIG MAN (Arthur Penn) and HUSBANDS (John Cassavetes); an article on "The Cinemas of Norwood." 
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Focus on Film (No. 7, 1971) [special Henry Hathaway section], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
16 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 7, 1971) [special Henry Hathaway section]
London The Tantivy Press 1971 (No. 7) Wraps Very Good+ 
[minor edge- and surface-wear to covers]. (B&W photographs) Contents: a special section devoted to director Henry Hathaway, featuring an interview, an appreciation (by Kingsley Canham), and a filmography; an article on " Writing for the Movies" by Wendell Mayes; an article on director/writer Rowland Brown; a retrospective review of THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE (co- directed by Robert Wise and Gunther Fritsch; produced by Val Lewton), including recollections of the film's screenwriter, DeWitt Bodeen; reviews (with related filmographies) of UNMAN, WITTERING AND ZIGO; A GUNFIGHT; THE HUNTING PARTY; THE ANDERSON TAPES; and CARNAL KNOWLEDGE. 
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Focus on Film (No. 8, 1971) [cover: THE FRENCH CONNECTION], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
17 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 8, 1971) [cover: THE FRENCH CONNECTION]
London The Tantivy Press 1971 (No. 8) Periodical Very Good 
[a bit of surface- and edge-wear to covers, light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Robert Donat, Oswald Morris, and Monica Vitti; "Actors and the Pabst Spirit" by Louise Brooks; a tribute to Fritz Rasp; reviews (with related filmographies) of THE FRENCH CONNECTION (William Friedkin), WHERE'S POPPA? (Carl Reiner), SHAFT (Gordon Parks), TRAFFIC (Jacques Tati), WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, THE RED BARON (Roger Corman, aka VON RICHTHOFEN AND BROWN) and THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN. 
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Focus on Film (No. 9, Spring 1972) [cover: Clint Eastwood], (Eyles, Allen, ed.)
18 (Eyles, Allen, ed.) Focus on Film (No. 9, Spring 1972) [cover: Clint Eastwood]
London The Tantivy Press 1972 NO (No. 9) Periodical Very Good 
[moderate wear along spine, light rubbing to covers]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles (with filmographies) on Clint Eastwood, Dorothy Comingore, and Charlie Ruggles. (This may well have been the first in-depth attention given to Eastwood by a "serious" film journal, although I haven't confirmed that.) Also in this issue: an interview with Susannah York (a career analysis and filmography appeared in the next issue); a retrospective review of Victor Sjostrom's UNDER THE RED ROBE (1937); reviews (with related filmographies) of KOTCH (Jack Lemmon); McCABE AND MRS. MILLER (Robert Altman); THE VOICE OF THE WATER (Bert Haanstra)CLASS (Peter Medak), IMAGES (Robert Altman) and WHAT'S UP DOC? (Peter Bogdanovich). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Cinema [magazine] [1969] [cover: Federico Fellini], (Lindsay, Michael, ed.)
19 (Lindsay, Michael, ed.) Cinema [magazine] [1969] [cover: Federico Fellini]
Beverly Hills CA Spectator International [1969] NO (Vol. 5, No. 3) Periodical Near Fine 
[a very nice copy, with just the teensiest bit of wear at bottom edge of front cover; plenty would call it Fine, but I'm too Finicky]. (B&W photographs) A terrific issue of this important (and well-designed) critical film journal. Contents include: "Fellini on Fellini on Satyricon" (including an interview with the filmmaker); an interview with Jeanne Moreau; an article (by Paul Schrader) on Sam Peckinpah and THE WILD BUNCH, which also discusses Peckinpah's earlier films; "Four-in-One Cinema" (about the opening of a chain of multiplexes in England); an interview with Arthur Penn; program information on a Fritz Lang retrospective at the L.A. County Museum of Art; "previews" of THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE (Sam Peckinpah), THE STERILE CUCKOO (Alan J. Pakula), MAROONED (John Sturges); reviews of EASY RIDER ( Dennis Hopper), MIDNIGHT COWBOY (John Schlesinger), IF... (Lindsay Anderson), ALICE'S RESTAURANT (Arthur Penn). 
Price: 45.00 USD
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The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Fall 1980) [cover: Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas in THE CHINA SYNDROME], (Marsden, Michael T., and John G. Nachbar, eds.)
20 (Marsden, Michael T., and John G. Nachbar, eds.) The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Fall 1980) [cover: Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas in THE CHINA SYNDROME]
Washington DC Heldref Publications 1980 (Vol. 8, No. 3) Magazine Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, minimal handling wear, very slight scarring to rear cover from removal of subscription mailing label]. (B&W photographs, graphics) Articles: "Mass Mediated Images: The Force of Television in THE CHINA SYNDROME" by Brian Rose; "West Craven: An Interview" by Tony Williams; "Dancing the Depression: Narrative Strategy in the Astaire-Rogers Films" by J.P. Telotte; "Hold It! Women in Television Adventure Series" by Sumiko Higashi (discusses CHARLIE'S ANGELS, POLICE WOMAN, WONDER WOMAN and THE BIONIC WOMAN); "Movie Mecca of the South: Jacksonville, Florida, as an Early Rival to Hollywood" by Richard Alan Nelson. Also includes a poem, "The Viewer" by Neal Bowers, and a discussion (by John Schultheiss) of the work of director Mitchell Leisen -- which is headlined as an "annotated filmography," but is really just an extended essay with lists of films interspersed. (In other words, it does *not* include credits for the individual films, nor is every film discussed in depth.) 
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