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1 Molnar, Ferenc (translated by Louis Rittenberg) No Greater Glory (Photoplay title of The Paul Street Boys) [Photoplay Edition]
New York Grosset & Dunlap [1934] (c.1927) First Edition Thus Hardcover Very Good in Fair dj 
[solid copy, mild wear and light soiling at extremities, dust-darkening to top edge; jacket is Fair only, heavily worn and soiled, various small tears and chips, spine sunned, paper loss at corners and top of spine (just missing the title), etc.; jacket now in protective cover but alas, the damage is already done]. (photographic endpapers) Photoplay edition, issued to coincide with the release of the 1934 Frank Borzage film for Columbia Pictures; based on the Hungarian playwright's autobiographical novel about youth gang warfare in the streets of Budapest, the film was notable as one of the most forthright anti-war statements of its day. (The novel had already been filmed in Hungary in 1929, and would be again in 1969.) The photographic illustrations from the Borzage film are, in this instance, confined to the endpapers, each of which has eight small scene stills (different shots in the front and rear); there are no stills bound into the text proper. Very scarce, not only in the photoplay edition but in any English-language translation; this edition appears to have been printed (except for the title page) from the plates of the first American edition, issued by Macy-Masius Inc. in 1927. 
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