The Velvet Light Trap (No. 17, Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN]

By: (Davis, John, ed.)

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[nice clean copy with no significant wear]. (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 Blach; "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"; a look at portrayals of Thomas Jefferson in early films. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries.

Title: The Velvet Light Trap (No. 17, Winter 1977): TVLT Revisited (By Popular Demand) [cover: Marlene Dietrich in THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN]

Author: (Davis, John, ed.)

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (No. 17)

Publisher: Cottage Grove WI, (No Publisher Stated): 1977

Binding: Periodical

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 25394

Keywords: Joan Crawford Warner Bros. John Ford Don Siegel Edgar G. Ulmer Alice Guy Blache Josef von Sternberg Marlene Dietrich Warren Beatty