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101 Houston, Penelope, ed. Sight and Sound (Summer 1963) [cover: Orson Welles]
London The British Film Institute 1963 NO (Vol. 32, No. 3) Periodical Good 
[small piece torn away at lower right-hand corner of front cover, minor water-wrinkling at top corner of rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Interview with Peter Brook; article about Robert Aldrich's WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?; 2-page pictorial feature on DR. STRANGELOVE; reviews of THE DAMNED, HUD, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, FREAKS, others. (Additional content information available upon request.) ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover], Jacobson, Harlan, ed.
102 Jacobson, Harlan, ed. Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover]
New York Film Society of Lincoln Center 1989 NO (Vol. 25, No. 5) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, minor handling wear, very short diagonal crease at upper corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Article about the restoration of D.W. Griffith's INTOLERANCE; article about Norman Jewison and IN COUNTRY; article about STORY OF WOMEN (Claude Chabrol); an appreciation of Laurence Olivier, by Richard Schickel; interview with Euzhan Palcy about her film A DRY WHITE SEASON; a review by Andrew Sarris of Patrick McGilligan's biography of Robert Altman; an article featuring quotes from Dolly Parton; an article on new Australian filmmakers. The midsection, "Cinematographers: Eye to Eye," has brief blurbs (with credits) about a bunch of cameramen (categorized in a Sarris-like way), along with more in-depth looks (including interviews) at Vittorio Storaro and Sven Nykvist. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Movietone News; issue number 49 (April 18, 1976) [cover: Isabelle Adjani in THE STORY OF ADELE H.], Jameson, Richard T., ed.
103 Jameson, Richard T., ed. Movietone News; issue number 49 (April 18, 1976) [cover: Isabelle Adjani in THE STORY OF ADELE H.]
Seattle The Seattle Film Society 1976 NO (No. 49) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[mild wear at corners/edges, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover; a couple of pages bound in wrong order]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an interview with director Richard Lester, and a review of his new film ROBIN AND MARIAN; a report on young German filmmakers ( incl. Fassbinder); a re-appraisal of Francois Truffaut's THE STORY OF ADELE H.; a discussion of Allan Dwan's TENNESSEE'S PARTNER (1955), based on a story by Bret Harte, as "a how-not-to textbook of adaptation"; short reviews of THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (John Huston), ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN (Alan J. Pakula), PATHER PANCHALI (Satyajit Ray), others. (++) 
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Movietone News; issue number 50 (June 28, 1976) [cover: Samuel Fuller], Jameson, Richard T., ed.
104 Jameson, Richard T., ed. Movietone News; issue number 50 (June 28, 1976) [cover: Samuel Fuller]
Seattle The Seattle Film Society 1976 (No. 50) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[no significant wear, but some browning to inside front cover from laid-in newspaper and magazine clippings]. (B&W photographs) A little more than half of this lively and engaging film journal is devoted to Fuller and his work. It contains an interview by Richard Thompson, focusing substantially on Fuller's early journalistic career; articles/analyses of I SHOT JESSE JAMES, THE STEEL HELMET and RUN OF THE ARROW; and an insightful account by editor Jameson of Fuller's visit to the Seattle Film Society for "46-1/2 exhilarating, excruciating, mind-boggling, adrenalin-jagging hours" in May of 1976. ("If it's hard not to get excited with a Sam Fuller movie in front of you," wrote Jameson, "it's impossible not to get excited around Sam Fuller. Excited and engaged." Truer words were never written!) Several contemporary reviews of THE BIG RED ONE are laid in to the magazine. There's also an interview with Lina Wertmuller, but y'know, who really cares about her anymore? 
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Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979), Jameson, Richard T., ed.
105 Jameson, Richard T., ed. Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979)
Seattle The Seattle Film Society 1979 NO (No. 62-63) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[mild wear at corners, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an interview with Peter Weir; an appreciation of Weir's film PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK; an interview with Philip Noyce, director of NEWSFRONT (illustrated on the cover); an article, "Rossellini' STROMBOLI and [Ingrid] Bergman's Face"; a report on the 1979 Telluride Film Festival (at which Abel Gance's restored NAPOLEON was given its first public screening, with Mr. Gance in attendance); short reviews of 32 films, including COMES A HORSEMAN (Alan J. Pakula), AGUIRRE THE WRATH OF GOD ( Werner Herzog), THE DEER HUNTER (Michael Cimino), INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (Philip Kaufman), THE ILLUSTRATED MAN (Jack Smight), HARDCORE ( Paul Schrader). (++) 
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Movietone News; issue number 66-67 (March 13, 1981), Jameson, Richard T., ed.
106 Jameson, Richard T., ed. Movietone News; issue number 66-67 (March 13, 1981)
Seattle The Seattle Film Society 1981 NO (No. 66-67) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[some wear at edges/corners, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: a long interview with writer/director/novelist John Sayles; a review of CINEMA DEAD OR ALIVE, a film about the making of Alain Tanner's JONAH WHO WILL BE 16 IN THE YEAR 2000; an interview with character actor Strother Martin (pictured on the cover); short reviews of BRONCO BILLY (Clint Eastwood), ORDINARY PEOPLE (Robert Redford), THE BLACK STALLION (Carroll Ballard), THE SHINING (Stanley Kubrick), THE BIG RED ONE (Samuel Fuller), FAME (Alan Parker), many others. (++) 
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Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema], Lehman, Peter, ed.
107 Lehman, Peter, ed. Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema]
Athens OH Athens International Film Festival (c.1977) (Vol. 1, No. 4) Wraps Very Good 
[ex-library, library stamps on front cover with "dupl[icate]" notation, light external wear, bumped at base of spine; no internal markings] (B&W photographs) Much of this issue is devoted to Japanese cinema, including articles on Yasujiro Ozu, Nagisa Oshima, and Yukio Mishima. Other articles include: Dean McWilliams on Marguerite Duras's INDIA SONG; analysis of MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY (Jacques Tati) by Kristin Thompson; "Notes on Polanski's Cinema of Cruelty" by James Leach; a short article on Blake Edwards, then on the outs in Hollywood; discussion of Eric Rohmer's THE MARQUISE OF O; a review of Leslie Cabarga's book "The Fleischer Story." 
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Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 4) [topic: French Cinema], Lehman, Peter, ed.
108 Lehman, Peter, ed. Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 4) [topic: French Cinema]
Athens OH Ohio University Department of Film / Athens Center for Film and Video (c.1981) NO (Vol. 4, No. 4) Wraps Very Good+ 
[light edgewear, a few small scratches to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles on various topics related to French cinema, including: an analysis of Jean Renoir's BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING; a discussion about "French Film During the German Occupation," as reflected in the production of LE CORBEAU by Henri-Georges Clouzot; an article, "The Art of Film in France Since the 'New Wave'" (translated from Cinema d'aujourd'hui); an interview with Francois Truffaut; and a discussion of the use of music in Agnes Varda's CLEO FROM FIVE TO SEVEN. There's also an analysis of "psychoanalysis and style in John Ford's THE SEARCHERS," an interview with video critic Victor Ancona, and a couple of book reviews. 
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Wide Angle (Vol. 6, No. 1) [topic: Authorship], Lehman, Peter, ed.
109 Lehman, Peter, ed. Wide Angle (Vol. 6, No. 1) [topic: Authorship]
Athens OH Ohio University Department of Film / Athens Center for Film and Video (c.1984) NO (Vol. 6, No. 1) Wraps Very Good 
[some rubbing/scuffing to covers, minor crease at bottom edge of rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: an article by David Bordwell about the aesthetics of the jump cut (with much reference to the work of Jean-Luc Godard); a discussion of THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1919) as an exemplar of the "art cinema"; an attempt to parse out the "authorship" of COME AND GET IT (1936), the direction of which was split between Howard Hawks and William Wyler; an analysis of THE LADY IN THE LAKE (1946), based on the Raymond Chandler novel; "The One Woman," an excruciatingly detailed discourse on the psycho-sexual-aesthetic significance of the scene in Kubrick's DR. STRANGELOVE between General Buck Turgidson (George C. Scott) and his secretary, "Miss Scott" (the only scene featuring a woman in the entire film); an interview with filmmaker Manny Kirchheimer; an interview with videomaker Judith Barry on the topic of "Video Art and Video Games"; and reviews of books about film theory, Japanese cinema, Robert Altman, and Jacques Tati. 
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Film Fan Monthly (April 1975) [cover: Rochelle Hudson], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
110 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (April 1975) [cover: Rochelle Hudson]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1975 NO (No. 166) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[faint wear and slight browning at edges]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles on Rochelle Hudson and Peggy Moran (with filmographies). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (December 1974) [cover: George Zucco], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
111 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (December 1974) [cover: George Zucco]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1975 NO (No. 162) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[light edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on George Zucco (with filmography); "Annie-Kazam" by Joe Adamson (a report on the International Animated Film Society (ASIFA) award presentation to Tex Avery, Chuck Jones and Friz Freleng); "RKO Revisited" feature with brief reviews of three films; short article/interview with Wanda Perry. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (June 1974) [cover: Geraldine Fitzgerald], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
112 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (June 1974) [cover: Geraldine Fitzgerald]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1974 NO (No. 156) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, minimal handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on Geraldine Fitzgerald (with filmography); "Postscript: Lowell Sherman" (following up on comments in previous issue); "Jackie Cooper Today" (interview by Maltin); "RKO Revisited" feature with brief reviews of five feature films. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (May 1974) [cover: Roddy McDowall and Lassie], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
113 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (May 1974) [cover: Roddy McDowall and Lassie]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1974 NO (No. 155) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[nice copy, minimal handling wear, very light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Career article on Roddy McDowall (with filmography); "Tribute to Raoul Walsh" by Maltin; "Jean Brooks at RKO"; "RKO Revisited" feature (three films by Lowell Sherman). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (May 1975) [cover: Richard Cromwell and Joan Peers in TOL'ABLE DAVID], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
114 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (May 1975) [cover: Richard Cromwell and Joan Peers in TOL'ABLE DAVID]
Teaneck, NJ Film Fan Monthly 1975 NO (No. 167) Stapled wraps Very Good 
[slight diagonal bend (not crease), minor soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles on Richard Cromwell and Joan Lorring (with filmographies). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (November 1966) [cover: Nigel Bruce], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
115 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (November 1966) [cover: Nigel Bruce]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1966 (No. 65) Stapled wraps Fine 
[flawless, as-new condition]. (B&W photographs) 16 The only feature story in this 16-page issue is a "The Films of Nigel Bruce," a filmography with minimal credits, prefaced by a brief appreciation of the actor. There are also book reviews of "Ecstasy and Me" by Hedy Lamarr and "A Girl Like I" by Anita Loos, plus the regular columns focusing on 8mm and 16mm film collecting. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (October 1966) [cover: Eddie Bracken], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
116 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (October 1966) [cover: Eddie Bracken]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1966 (No. 64) Stapled wraps Fine 
[flawless, as-new condition]. (B&W photographs) The only feature story in this 16-page issue is a short interview with Eddie Bracken (including filmography); otherwise it includes just the regular columns, including several devoted to 8mm and 16mm film collecting. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Fan Monthly (October 1974) [cover: Richard Haydn], Maltin, Leonard, ed.
117 Maltin, Leonard, ed. Film Fan Monthly (October 1974) [cover: Richard Haydn]
Teaneck NJ Film Fan Monthly 1974 NO (No. 160) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, very light handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on Richard Haydn (with filmography); "Goldwyn Girls" by Kirk Crivello (including Betty Grable); article/interview with Mel Torme (with filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Culture, No. 32 (Spring 1964) [cover: Kenneth Anger on the set of SCORPIO RISING], Mekas, Jonas, ed.
118 Mekas, Jonas, ed. Film Culture, No. 32 (Spring 1964) [cover: Kenneth Anger on the set of SCORPIO RISING]
New York Film Culture 1964 NO (No. 32) Magazine Very Good 
[a little scuffing to covers, short split (about 1/2") at bottom front hinge]. (B&W photographs) This issue opens with an impassioned editorial by Mekas discussing the recent seizure, on obscenity charges, by New York authorities of films by Jack Smith (FLAMING CREATURES), Kenneth Anger (SCORPIO RISING) and Jean Genet (UN CHANT D'AMOUR). Other features: an essay, "Projection of Thoughts" by Gregory Markopoulos, and an interview with him; discussions of SCORPIO RISING by Carolee Scheemann and Ken Kelman; a couple of reviews (sort of) of Andy Warhol's SLEEP, and a couple of poems inspired by it; an essay, "Defense of Jayne Mansfield," by Michael McClure (which begins with "Jayne Mansfield is a member of a black American tradition that stretches from Poe to her --"); "Reflections on Motion Picture Animation," by Alexandre Alexeieff; "Some Notes on Painting and Film-making," by Jerome Hill; "VAMPYR: An Interview with Baron de Gunzburg" (an eyewitness account of the filming of Carl Th. Dreyer's 1932 film); "Rossellini Rediscovered," by Andrew Sarris; "Skeleton Keys," by Francois Truffaut (a translation of a piece from Cahiers du Cinema, in which he discusses Hitchcock's films); a report on the Los Angeles Film Festival; and Herman G. Weinberg's column, "Coffee, Brandy & Cigars XLIII." Best of all, however (in my humble opinion), are four pages stuck into the middle of the photo section: a reproduction of a letter from Samuel Fuller to Andrew Sarris, about the production of THE NAKED KISS, followed by a full-page still of Fuller himself on the set, and two additional pages of smaller production stills. 
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Bright Lights [magazine] (1977; issue no. 5) [cover: John Wayne in "The Searchers"], Morris, Gary, ed.
119 Morris, Gary, ed. Bright Lights [magazine] (1977; issue no. 5) [cover: John Wayne in "The Searchers"]
Los Angeles Gary Morris 1977 NO (Vol. 2, No. 1) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, very light wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include: analysis of THE SEARCHERS (John Ford); article on the films noir of Anthony Mann, by Robert E. Smith; analysis of THE SHANGHAI GESTURE (Josef von Sternberg); article on the early films of Jean Renoir; article about the aesthetics of the widescreen format, particularly as used in the 1950s. 
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Bright Lights [magazine] (1979; issue no. 8) [cover: Joan Crawford], Morris, Gary, ed.
120 Morris, Gary, ed. Bright Lights [magazine] (1979; issue no. 8) [cover: Joan Crawford]
Los Angeles Gary Morris 1979 NO (Vol. 2, No. 4) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, light rubbing along spine]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: Joan Crawford; Gregory La Cava; Allan Dwan (interview); LAURA (Otto Preminger); George Stevens (interview); THE FARMER'S WIFE (Alfred Hitchcock); "Sunset/Sunrise: Directorial Decline 1946-1954" by Howard Mandelbaum (first of two parts). 
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