Filmograph - Vol. I, No. 4 (1970) [cover: Lois Wilson]

By: Summers, Murray, ed.

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[nice clean copy, very slight wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) Privately-published journal, issued quarterly from 1970-1976, featuring short articles on various aspects of American film history. This issue includes: a interview with silent film actress Lois Wilson; an article about the brief and not-that-glorious film career of TV host Merv Griffin; an article in which Herman G. Weinberg speculates (wildly) that the plot of Ernst Lubitsch's 1924 film THREE WOMEN might have been inspired by the William Desmond Taylor murder; brief biographies of three B-Western comedians (Max Terhune, George "Gabby" Hayes, and Smiley Burnette; a "filmograph" (basically a short review/synopsis) of Frank Borzage's LAZYBONES (1925), along with a commentary on its filming by actress Jane Novak. All this and more, in just 48 pages!

Title: Filmograph - Vol. I, No. 4 (1970) [cover: Lois Wilson]

Author: Summers, Murray, ed.

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. I, No. 4)

Publisher: Alexandria VA, Murray Summers: 1970

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Journal

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 18611

Keywords: Silent Films Film History