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Films in Review (December 1980) [cover: Robert De Niro in RAGING BULL], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
41 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (December 1980) [cover: Robert De Niro in RAGING BULL]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 10) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light wear along spine, tiny scuff mark on front cover]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: career articles on Marlon Brando and Judy Holliday, with filmographies; an article about the use of black-and-white in Scorsese's RAGING BULL; an account of the 18th New York Film Festival; an article about director Claudia Weill and her film IT'S MY TURN; an article about Carlos Diegues, his film BYE BYE BRAZIL, and the Cinema Novo movement in Brazil; a discussion of the TV career of actor David Janssen, with a filmography of his TV movies; an informative letter about actor John Sutton. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (February 1980) [cover: Angela Lansbury in DEATH ON THE NILE], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
42 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (February 1980) [cover: Angela Lansbury in DEATH ON THE NILE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 2) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, light handling wear, a little rubbing along spine]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: a rundown of the organization's David Wark Griffith Awards; a career article on Angela Lansbury, with filmograpy; an interview with director Harold Becker, discussing his film THE ONION FIELD; "The Sound Track" column, discussing the year's best film scores, including three by Miklos Rozsa; a critical comparison of the recent TV adaptation of ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT with the 1930 film version; two reviews each of ALL THAT JAZZ (Bob Fosse) and THE ELECTRIC HORSEMAN (Sydney Pollack); four highly critical letters in response to an article about Leo McCarey's work with Laurel and Hardy, which ran in the November 1979 issue. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (March 1980) [cover: Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton in AMERICAN GIGOLO], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
43 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (March 1980) [cover: Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton in AMERICAN GIGOLO]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 3) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, light handling wear only]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: "Silent Stars Speak," an article by Anthony Slide, featuring excerpts from the transcript of a symposium held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, including comments by William Bakewell, Priscilla Bonner, Jetta Goudal, Carmel Myers, Esther Ralston and Lois Wilson; an interview with director Martin Brest, about directing GOING IN STYLE with George Burns, Art Carney and Lee Strasberg; a career article on Argentinian-born actress Mona Maris, with filmography; a "Rediscovery" article about BLUES IN THE NIGHT (Warner Bros., 1941), directed by Anatole Litvak; an extensive discussion in "The Sound Track" column of Jerry Goldsmith's score for STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE; a discussion by Anthony Slide of the careeer of actor John Stuart; a short but informative letter about Ann Dvorak. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (November 1980) [cover: Robert Redford and the cast of ORDINARY PEOPLE], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
44 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (November 1980) [cover: Robert Redford and the cast of ORDINARY PEOPLE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 9) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light wear along spine, slight rubbing to covers]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: career articles on Dirk Bogarde and Josephine Hutchinson, with filmographies; an article on "Current French Cinema"; brief interview/articles on directors Paul Mazursky, Philippe de Broca, Tage Danielsson, and Theodoros Bafaloukos, with commentary on their current films; a brief article (incorporating interview) with writer Brian Garfield; "The Sound Track" column's discussion of the career of composer Edward David Zeliff; a longish review of Shelley Winters's memoir; a letter regarding the acting career of Nancy Davis (later Reagan); a letter/obituary regarding George Pal. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (October 1980) [cover: Gena Rowlands in GLORIA], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
45 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (October 1980) [cover: Gena Rowlands in GLORIA]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 8) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light wear along spine, top right-hand corner a bit bumped]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: a career article on Laura La Plante, with filmography; a late-career article on James Stewart (occasioned by his recent receipt of the AFI's Life Achievement Award), with filmography from 1964 to the present (picking up from where the magazine's original December 1964 list ended); article/interview with Gene Rowlands, coupled with a review of GLORIA; a brief tribute to Lillian Gish; an interview with Bruce Dern; an article on actor Richard Herd; "The Sound Track" column's discussion of Robbie Robertson's music for CARNY; an article about the portrayal of various U.S. Presidents on TV; a letter/obituary regarding Dame Cicely Courtneidge; several corrections to the April 1980 article about Jean Seberg; brief but informative letters about actress Ida Kaminska and actor Ray Collins. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Grand Illusions (Spring 1979) [cover: Phil Kaufman directs THE WANDERERS], Cassar, Nora Linda, ed.
46 Cassar, Nora Linda, ed. Grand Illusions (Spring 1979) [cover: Phil Kaufman directs THE WANDERERS]
Boston Emerson Film Society 1979 NO (Vol. III, No. I) Periodical Near Fine 
[faint handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Interview with Robert Altman; "A View of Eric Rohmer"; article/interview with Philip and Rose Kaufman and the production of THE WANDERERS; brief interview with James Toback; "The Surreal Vision of Maya Deren"; "The Grand Illusionist: Jean Renoir"; analysis of THE LACEMAKER; reviews of THE LAST WAVE, HAIR and INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (Kaufman). All that in a 40-page journal! 
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Cinefantastique [magazine] (February 1982) [cover: GHOST STORY], Clarke, Frederick S, ed.
47 Clarke, Frederick S, ed. Cinefantastique [magazine] (February 1982) [cover: GHOST STORY]
Oak Park, IL Cinefantastique 1982 NO (Vol. 12, No. 1) Periodical Near Fine Illustrated by (cover art) Roger Stine 
[nice clean copy, very minor handling wear]. (B&W/color photographs) Two-part coverage of GHOST STORY: articles on the novels of Peter Straub, and on the making of the film. Other featured films (production articles with emphasis on special effects): QUEST FOR FIRE; THE THING (the John Carpenter remake); HEARTBEEPS. (Additional content information available upon request.) 
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Film Comment (September-October 1988) [cover: Jeremy Irons in DEAD RINGERS], Corliss, Richard, and Harlan Jacobson, eds.
48 Corliss, Richard, and Harlan Jacobson, eds. Film Comment (September-October 1988) [cover: Jeremy Irons in DEAD RINGERS]
New York Film Society of Lincoln Center 1988 NO (Vol. 24, No. 5) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light surface wear to covers, a few short horizontal stress lines along spine]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: an extensive midsection devoted to Martin Scorsese's THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST, including a long interview with the director and a historical survey of the portrayal of Jesus Christ in the cinema; an extensive interview with screenwriter Ring Lardner Jr., blacklisted as one of the Hollywood Ten; an analysis of David Cronenberg's work (including an interview), with primary focus on DEAD RINGERS; "Wishing Welles," an discussion of the major film projects left unfinished by Orson Welles at his death; a review of the published letters of Francois Truffaut; an article on the filming of THE WIZARD OF LONELINESS (Jenny Bowen), on location in Bristol, Vermont; a short profile of Mira Nair, director of SALAAM BOMBAY!; a report on current activity in the African cinema; an interview with director Terence Davies, about his film DISTANT VOICES, STILL LIVES; an article about the 2-part British film of LITTLE DORRIT, directed by Christine Edzard. ***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 (Summer 1972) ["The Hollywood Cameraman"], Corliss, Richard, ed.
49 Corliss, Richard, ed. Film Comment (Summer 1972) ["The Hollywood Cameraman"]
New York Film Comment Publishing Corp. 1972 NO (Vol. 8, No. 2) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, light wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is a special supplement, "The Men With the Movie Cameras," featuring filmographies for sixty great cinematographers. Other features include: "Elia Kazan's America" by Estelle Changas, plus an interview with Kazan; Part 2 of Andrew Sarris's article on Ernst Lubitsch in the 1930s; an interview with Penelope Gilliatt; "Passion, Death and Testament: Carl Dreyer's Jesus Film"; a discussion of the films of Jacques Tourneur, by Robin Wood; discussion of IMITATION OF LIFE (Douglas Sirk); a discussion of critic Frank S. Nugent. ***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 (Winter 1970-71) ["The Hollywood Screenwriter"], Corliss, Richard, ed.
50 Corliss, Richard, ed. Film Comment (Winter 1970-71) ["The Hollywood Screenwriter"]
New York Film Comment Publishing Corp. 1970 NO (Vol. 6, No. 4) Periodical Very Good 
[some scuffing/rubbing to covers, moderate to heavy wear along spine (spine staples still holding firm)]. (B&W photographs) A special issue devoted to screenwriters, this was essentially the editor's opening salvo in his crusade to provide a corrective to the so-called "auteur theory," which exalted the director as the primary filmic creator, and which had taken firm hold in American film criticism during the 1960s thanks largely to the writings of Andrew Sarris. Corliss takes on Sarris and the auteurists directly in his introductory essay, while at the same time tweaking their noses a bit by categorizing and ranking numerous noted screenwriters within his personal "Acropolis" (a direct dig at the structure of Sarris's influential book "The American Cinema: Directors and Directions"). Writers highlighted in this issue include: George Axelrod (an article on his work, with special emphasis on THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE); Borden Chase (interview); Carl Foreman (an article by him, "Confessions of a Frustrated Screenwriter"); Jules Furthman (article with filmography); Ben Hecht (ditto); Howard Koch (his personal reminiscence of Max Ophuls); Ring Lardner Jr. (article with filmography); Anita Loos (ditto); Dudley Nichols (ditto); James Poe (interview with filmography); Donald Ogden Stewart (article with filmography); "Preston Sturges in the Thirties" (article by Andrew Sarris, with filmography); and a "Screenwriters Symposium" (answers provided in response to a questionnaire by sixteen screenwriters); and finally, filmographies for fifty additional writers. Much of this material was subsequently incorporated into Corliss's book, "The Hollywood Screenwriters." ***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: Special Issue: The Hollywood Cartoon (January-February 1975), Corliss, Richard, ed.
51 Corliss, Richard, ed. Film Comment: Special Issue: The Hollywood Cartoon (January-February 1975)
New York Film Society of Lincoln Center 1975 NO (Vol. 11, No. 1) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, minor bumping to bottom corner of rear cover]. (B&W/color photographs) One of the most sought-after issues of this respected film journal, and a seminal publication in animation studies. Contains articles about the Warner Bros. (Leon Schlesinger) cartoons (by Greg Ford); Chuck Jones' Daffy Duck/Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd films (including a complete transcript of DUCK AMUCK); Winsor McCay (by John Canemaker); Max and Dave Fleischer (by Mark Langer); Grim Natwick (an article-interview); the Van Buren Studio (a memoir by Isidore Klein); Walt Disney (by Jonathan Rosenbaum); Tex Avery ( by Rosenbaum); Tom and Jerry (by Mark Kausler); and TV animation (by Leonard Maltin). There are also interviews with Chuck Jones collaborators Michael Maltese and Maurice Noble (by Joe Adamson) and with Jones himself. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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The Velvet Light Trap (No. 11, Winter 1974): The 50s [cover: James Dean in "Rebel Without a Cause"], Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.
52 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 1974 NO (issue no. 11) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[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 (KISS ME DEADLY, THE BIG KNIFE, ATTACK!); the film musicals of Betty Comden & Adolph Green; etc. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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The Velvet Light Trap (No. 13, Fall 1974): New Films and Filmmakers [cover: Jack Nicholson in "Chinatown"], Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.
53 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 1974 NO (issue no. 13) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[moderate soiling/rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include 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. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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The Velvet Light Trap (Spring 1974): The Western, Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.
54 Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds. The Velvet Light Trap (Spring 1974): The Western
Cottage Grove WI The Arizona Jim Co-Op 1974 (No. 12) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[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. Contents include 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); RIO BRAVO (Howard Hawks); "Once Upon a Time in Italy: The Italian Western Beyond Leone"; PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID (Sam Peckinpah); JEREMIAH JOHNSON (Sydney Pollack). 
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The Velvet Light Trap (Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG], Davis, John, ed.
55 Davis, John, ed. The Velvet Light Trap (Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG]
Cottage Grove WI (No Publisher Stated) 1975 (No. 15) Stapled wraps Very Good 
[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. Contents include 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 Raoul Walsh (interview, talking about the studio, plus an article about his westerns); Warners' "horror" films (including DOCTOR X and MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM); a list of WB films grouped by genre. 
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The Velvet Light Trap (Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN], Davis, John, ed.
56 Davis, John, ed. The Velvet Light Trap (Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN]
Cottage Grove WI (No Publisher Stated) 1977 (No. 17) Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
[light surface wear to covers, a little wear along spine, staples rusty (but binding intact)]. (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" (one of the seminal critical articles about Edgar G. Ulmer); early woman director Alice Guy Blache; "Joe, Where Are You?" (an analysis of Josef von Sternberg's creation and manipulation of Marlene Dietrich's screen image); "Warren Beatty: The Sweet Smell of Success"; portrayals of Thomas Jefferson in early films. 
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Cinefex...the journal of cinematic illusions - issue 60, December 1994 [cover: MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN], Duncan, Jody, ed.
57 Duncan, Jody, ed. Cinefex...the journal of cinematic illusions - issue 60, December 1994 [cover: MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN]
Riverside CA Don Shay 1994 (Issue 60) Journal Near Fine 
[light external wear only]. (color and B&W photographs) Includes: an article about how "an ancient artifact -- aided by Cannom Creations makeup and effects from Industrial Light & Magic and Dream Quest Images -- turned actor Jim Carrey into a manic cartoon in THE MASK"; an article about the makeup and special visual effects of Kenneth Branagh's film MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN; an article about the special digital effects employed in Robert Zemeckis's FORREST GUMP; an article about the production of the Rolling Stones video "Love is Strong"; an article by Don Shay, "The Return of the Vampire," about Rick Baker's makeup effects for Martin Landau (as Bela Lugosi) in Tim Burton's ED WOOD. 
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Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946, Farquhar, Samuel T., et al., eds.
58 Farquhar, Samuel T., et al., eds. Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946
Berkeley/Los Angeles University of California Press 1946 NO (Vol. I, No. 3) Journal Very Good+ 
[nice copy, binding fully intact, some uneven fading to rear cover]. Early issue of the one of the earlier American academic film journals, "published under the joint sponsorship of the University of California and the Hollywood Writers Mobilization," the latter represented on the editorial board by John Howard Lawson. Feature articles in this issue: "Early Film Production in England" by Georges Sadoul; "Acting and Behaving" by Alexander Knox; "They Stopped at Nothing" by John Elliot Williams (about the history and practice of movie advertising); "Advanced Training for Film Workers: Russia" by Jay Leyda; and "Advanced Training for Film Workers: France" by Charles Boyer. (Listed as members of the Motion Picture Advisory Committee are quite a few filmmakers of left/progressive orientation (some of them future blacklistees), including director Vincent Sherman, from whose estate this copy was acquired.) 
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The Journal of Popular Film (Vol. IV, No. 1; 1975), Grogg, Sam L. Jr., et al, eds.
59 Grogg, Sam L. Jr., et al, eds. The Journal of Popular Film (Vol. IV, No. 1; 1975)
Bowling Green OH Popular Culture Association 1975 NO (Vol. IV, No. 1) Journal Very Good+ Illustrated by (cover design) James B. Taylor 
[a few spots on edges, otherwise clean and tight]. (B&W photos, drawings) Included are articles about the public's perception of Ingrid Bergman in the 1940's; "fascism in recent movies" (ref. AMARCORD, THE NIGHT PORTER, others); 42ND STREET and early film musicals; "The Epic World of AMERICAN GRAFFITI"; "all-colored films" from 1930-1960 (by Daniel J. Leab); others. Also includes book reviews and title & subject indexes to Volume III. 
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60 Grogg, Sam L. Jr., et al, eds. The Journal of Popular Film (Vol. IV, No. 2; 1975)
Bowling Green OH Popular Culture Association 1975 NO Vol. IV, No. 2 Journal Near Fine 
[a couple of spots on bottom edge, otherwise clean and tight]. (B&W photos, drawings) Includes an article about World War I films from 1930-1938 (incl. ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT); "Notes on HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN and the Oedipus Complex"; "Monster Movies and Rites of Initiation"; "Film Censorship and Progressive Reform--The National Board of Censorship of Motion PIctures, 1909-1922"; "The GODFATHER Saga--The Death of the Family";"The Human Voice and the Silent Cinema." 
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