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1 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) 2nd Annual Festival of Preservation / July 7-30, 1989
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1989 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[very minor handling wear, tiny tear at base of spine]. (B&W/color photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities. Includes several pages of information about the Archive, and about film and TV preservation generally. The remainder of the book is devoted to program notes on the individual films in the festival, including: HELL'S ANGELS (1930); THE QUIET MAN (1952); THE SIGN OF THE CROSS (1932); THE BAT (1926); VIENNESE NIGHTS (1930); UNDER A TEXAS MOON (1930); THE SMILING LIEUTENANT (1931); THE SCOUNDREL (1935); HIGH, WIDE AND HANDSOME (1937); HERE COMES MR. JORDAN (1941); THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET (1947); FORCE OF EVIL (1948); "Mr. Peepers" (TV, 1952-1955); FOLLOW THRU (1930); GLORIFYING THE AMERICAN GIRL (1929); and a program featuring films from the Library of Congress Paper Print Collection, 1897-1915. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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2 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) Fourth Annual Festival of Preservation / July 10-27, 1991
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1991 NO First Edition Softcover Very Good+ 
[light handling wear, slightly warped/bent]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing erudite program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: DR. MABUSE, THE GREAT GAMBLER (1922); THE INFORMER (1935); LOVE AFFAIR (1939); HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT (1937); STRANGE IMPERSONATION (1946); CHAMPION (1949); VAGABOND KING (1930); DOCTOR X (1932); HOLIDAY (1938); and numerous others. There were also special programs devoted to: the Hearst Metrotone News Collection; animated film preservation; and the TV anthology "Hallmark Hall of Fame," including screenings of "Hamlet" (1970, with Richard Chamberlain), "Victoria Regina" (1961, with Julie Harris), and an evening with Julie Harris and director/producer George Schaefer. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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3 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) Hallmark Hall of Fame: The First Forty Years
Los Angeles UCLA Film and Television Archive 1991 NO First Edition Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[tiny bend at bottom corner of front cover, otherwise as-new]. (B&W photographs) Tribute/program guide for a retrospective series of programs from the first four decades of long-running drama series, which began in the era of live TV and continues to this day. Includes program notes (by Kenneth Kirby) for the 32 programs presented in the series proper, presented throughout August and September 1991, plus notes for three additional out-of-series shows included in UCLA's annual Festival of Preservation. The program is a nice mix of HHoF's repertoire, which ranged from the tried-and-true high-toned theatre ("Hamlet," "Macbeth," "The Little Foxes") to hit musicals ("Kiss Me Kate," "The Fantasticks") to new adaptations of literary classics ("All Quiet on the Western Front," "The Secret Garden," "The Hunchback of Notre Dame") to original productions such as "My Name is Bill W." and "The Marva Collins Story." Supplementing the more detailed notes for the program in the series, there is also a full rundown of all the HHoF shows from 1951 through 1991, with credits and brief notes. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The 12th Festival of Preservation / July 22 - August 21, 2004
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2004 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: PATHS OF GLORY (Stanley Kubrick, 1957); THE SCARLET LETTER (1926 and 1934 versions); WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (Billy Wilder, 1957); PENNY SERENADE (George Stevens, 1941); TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE (Mack Sennett, 1914); A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (The Marx Brothers, 1946); two Mary Pickford films, REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1917) and MY BEST GIRL (1927); THE MARK OF ZORRO (Rouben Mamoulian, 1940); THE DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID (Jean Renoir, 1946); A FACE IN THE CROWD (Elia Kazan, 1957); A FAREWELL TO ARMS (Frank Borzage, 1932); and many others. There were also programs devoted to silent short films, silent animation, classic jazz on TV, Vitaphone shorts, and the short films of Sid Laverents. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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5 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The 13th Festival of Preservation / July 20 - August 19, 2006
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2006 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: OF MICE AND MEN (Lewis Milestone, 1939); BABY DOLL (Elia Kazan, 1956); GOD'S LITTLE ACRE (Anthony Mann, 1958); THE RED KIMONA (Walter Lang, 1925); CLOAK AND DAGGER (Fritz Lang, 1946); WAY OUT WEST (with Laurel & Hardy, 1937); TOPPER (Norman Z. McLeod, 1937); THE BIG COMBO (Joseph H. Lewis, 1955); MACBETH (Orson Welles, 1948); A WALK IN THE SUN (Lewis Milestone, 1946); CHICAGO (Frank Urson, 1928); FACES (John Cassavetes, 1968); and many others. There were also programs devoted to Vitaphone shorts, early western shorts, the work of Kenneth Anger, Johnny Carson before "The Tonight Show," Hearst Metrotone newsreels from 1956, the aborted production of Orson Welles's IT'S ALL TRUE. This year's event was dedicated to film preservationist Robert Gitt, and the program book includes an interview with him and quite a few laudatory full-page ads. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Eighth Annual Festival of Preservation / June 27 - July 20, 1996
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1996 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, mild edge & surface wear]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: GILDA (1946; the cover image is also from this film, with Rita Hayworth); DESIGN FOR LIVING (1933); FEAR AND DESIRE (1953, Stanley Kubrick's first film); ROMOLA (1924); THE UNHOLY THREE (1930); ONE TOUCH OF VENUS (1948); SPEEDY (1928); SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SECRET WEAPON (1942); and numerous others. There was also a program devoted to television appearances by Harry S Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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7 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Fifth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 9 - May 8, 1993
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1993 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[very minor handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing erudite program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE GUNS OF NAVARONE (1961); LIFE WITH FATHER (1947); AROUND THE WORLD VIA GRAF ZEPPELIN (1929); HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940); THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES (1941); PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1943); A DOUBLE LIFE (1948); two films by Edgar G. Ulmer, DAMAGED LIVES (1933) and STRANGE ILLUSION (1945); THAT HAMILTON WOMAN (1941); and numerous others. There were also special programs devoted to: the early development of sound for motion pictures; early color videotape (at NBC); the local Los Angeles news program "The Big News" from the mid-1960s; and Anthology Film Archives. An amazingly varied and wide-ranging festival, keyed to the 100th anniversary of the "invention" of movies. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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8 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Ninth Festival of Preservation / Aug. 1-29, 1998
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1998 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, faint edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Nicely-produced program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: JOAN OF ARC (1948); STAGECOACH (1939); DARK COMMAND (1940); THE FRESHMAN (1925); MACBET (1948); THE MYSTERIOUS DR. FU MANCHU (1929); DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY (1934); LILIOM (1930); THUNDERBOLT (1929); SHOCK CORRIDOR (1963): HOLLOW TRIUMPH (1948); LOST HORIZON (1937); BALL OF FIRE (1941); THE SOUTHERNER (1945); many others. There were also programs devoted to animated films, newsreels (highlighting especially the filmed record of Marian Anderson's famous 1939 Easter Sunday concert at the Lincoln Memorial), and the television work of Dinah Shore. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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9 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Sixth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 7 - May 1, 1994
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1994 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, very minor fingertip creases in front cover]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE SEA HAWK (1924); two features by Cecil B. DeMille (THE PLAINSMAN and THIS DAY AND AGE); THE SPIDER (1931), co-directed by William Cameron Menzies; APPLAUSE (Rouben Mamoulian, 1929); two Frank Capra features, MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939) and SUBMARINE (1928); a program of early TV films featuring James Dean; THE JUNGLE BOOK (Alexander Korda, 1942); HUSBANDS (John Cassavetes, 1970); MICKEY ONE (Arthur Penn, 1965); ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (Howard Hawks, 1939); two Marlon Brando features, THE WILD ONE (1954) and THE MEN (1950); and a whole bunch of other cinematic rareties. 
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10 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Tenth Festival of Preservation / July 28 - August 26, 2000
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2000 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Nicely-produced program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE TIMES OF HARVEY MILK (1984); THE POWER AND THE GLORY (1933); DAUGHTER OF THE DRAGON (1931); MOLLY O' (1921); FEET FIRST (1930); THE NAKED KISS (1964); THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1937); CHEERS FOR MISS BISHOP (1941); HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY (1941); THE INFORMER (1935); NOAH'S ARK (1928); BODY AND SOUL (1947); TABU (1931); CYRANO DE BERGERAC (1950); numerous others. There was also a tribute to pioneer television producer Fred Coe. 
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