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1 {Ford, John} Thomas, Bob, editorial consultant Action: Directors Guild of America [magazine] (September-October 1971) [special issue: John Ford and STAGECOACH]
Hollywood CA Directors Guild of America 1971 NO (Vol. 6, No. 5) Magazine Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, light handling wear, subscription label on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) A special issue of the DGA magazine, devoted exclusively to John Ford's classic 1939 western STAGECOACH. Includes: appreciations of the film by critics Arthur Knight and Andrew Sarris; Ford's own account of the film's conception and production; a kind of highlights-reel summary of the film, with frame blow-ups and dialogue excerpts; "The Company Remembers Stagecoach," featuring reminiscences by John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Yakima Canutt, Wingate Smith, Walter Reynolds, Dorothy Spencer, Andy Devine, Walter Plunkett, and John Carradine; and "an intimate view of John Ford today" by his grandson, Dan Ford. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Thomas, Bob Ben Hogan's "Secret": A Fictionalized Biography
New York Macmillan (c.1997) 0-02-861662-6 / 9780028616629 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Near Fine dj 
[minimal shelfwear, remainder mark on bottom edge, else Near Fine; mild soiling to rear jacket panel]. "Although much has been written about Ben Hogan's secret and the technical aspects of his game, little attention has been paid to the golfer beyond the details of his swing. Because Hogan himself has remained silent, millions of fans have wondered what it was that propelled him to his spectacular achievements. Now [the author] offers those fans an illuminating view of this indisputable master. By interweaving historical facts with fictional techniques, Thomas offers a compelling depiction of the whole man, the technical perfectionist as well as the pure lover of the game. He shows us what Hogan found in golf, and ultimately what golf found in Hogan." 
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