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Image for Grand Illusions (Spring 1979) [cover: Phil Kaufman directs THE WANDERERS]

Grand Illusions (Spring 1979) [cover: Phil Kaufman directs THE WANDERERS]

By: Cassar, Nora Linda, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Boston, Emerson Film Society: 1979

Edition: (Vol. III, No. I)

Seller ID: 10877

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[faint handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Interview with Robert Altman; "A View of Eric Rohmer"; article/interview with Philip and Rose Kaufman and the production of THE WANDERERS; brief interview with James Toback; "The Surreal Vision of Maya Deren"; "The Grand Illusionist: Jean Renoir"; analysis of THE LACEMAKER; reviews of THE LAST WAVE, HAIR and INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (Kaufman). All that in a 40-page journal! View more info

Image for Cinefantastique [magazine] (February 1982) [cover: GHOST STORY]

Cinefantastique [magazine] (February 1982) [cover: GHOST STORY]

By: Clarke, Frederick S, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Oak Park, IL, Cinefantastique: 1982

Edition: (Vol. 12, No. 1)

Seller ID: 10845

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, very minor handling wear]. (B&W/color photographs) Two-part coverage of GHOST STORY: articles on the novels of Peter Straub, and on the making of the film. Other featured films (production articles with emphasis on special effects): QUEST FOR FIRE; THE THING (the John Carpenter remake); HEARTBEEPS. (Additional content information available upon request.) View more info

Image for Film Comment (September-October 1988) [cover: Jeremy Irons in DEAD RINGERS]

Film Comment (September-October 1988) [cover: Jeremy Irons in DEAD RINGERS]

By: Corliss, Richard, and Harlan Jacobson, eds.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Film Society of Lincoln Center: 1988

Edition: (Vol. 24, No. 5)

Seller ID: 17263

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[nice clean copy, light surface wear to covers, a few short horizontal stress lines along spine]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: an extensive midsection devoted to Martin Scorsese's THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST, including a long interview with the director and a historical survey of the portrayal of Jesus Christ in the cinema; an extensive interview with screenwriter Ring Lardner Jr., blacklisted as one of the Hollywood Ten; an analysis of David Cronenberg's work (including an interview), with primary focus on DEAD RINGERS; "Wishing Welles," an discussion of the major film projec... View more info

Image for Film Comment (Summer 1972) ["The Hollywood Cameraman"]

Film Comment (Summer 1972) ["The Hollywood Cameraman"]

By: Corliss, Richard, ed.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Film Comment Publishing Corp.: 1972

Edition: (Vol. 8, No. 2)

Seller ID: 20628

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, light wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is a special supplement, "The Men With the Movie Cameras," featuring filmographies for sixty great cinematographers. Other features include: "Elia Kazan's America" by Estelle Changas, plus an interview with Kazan; Part 2 of Andrew Sarris's article on Ernst Lubitsch in the 1930s; an interview with Penelope Gilliatt; "Passion, Death and Testament: Carl Dreyer's Jesus Film"; a discussion of the films of Jacques Tourneur, by Robin Wood; discussion of IMITATION OF LIFE (Douglas Si... View more info

Image for Film Comment (Winter 1970-71) ["The Hollywood Screenwriter"]

Film Comment (Winter 1970-71) ["The Hollywood Screenwriter"]

By: Corliss, Richard, ed.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Film Comment Publishing Corp.: 1970

Edition: (Vol. 6, No. 4)

Seller ID: 20631

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[some scuffing/rubbing to covers, moderate to heavy wear along spine (spine staples still holding firm)]. (B&W photographs) A special issue devoted to screenwriters, this was essentially the editor's opening salvo in his crusade to provide a corrective to the so-called "auteur theory," which exalted the director as the primary filmic creator, and which had taken firm hold in American film criticism during the 1960s thanks largely to the writings of Andrew Sarris. Corliss takes on Sarris and the auteurists directly in his introductory essay, while at the same time tweaking their noses... View more info

Image for The Velvet Light Trap (No. 11, Winter 1974): The 50s [cover: James Dean in "Rebel Without a Cause"]

The Velvet Light Trap (No. 11, Winter 1974): The 50s [cover: James Dean in "Rebel Without a Cause"]

By: Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Cottage Grove WI, The Arizona Jim Co-Op: 1974

Edition: (issue no. 11)

Seller ID: 10250

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[minor soiling to rear cover, light stain at bottom of first few pages]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: "The Strange Case of the Hollywood Ten"; 3-D films; Fifties gangster films; Don Siegel and BABY FACE NELSON; THE BAND WAGON (Vincente Minnelli); "Nicholas Ray: The Years at RKO" (Part 2); Elia Kazan in the Fifties; three films by Robert Aldrich (KISS ME DEADLY, THE BIG KNIFE, ATTACK!); the film musicals of Betty Comden & Adolph Green; etc. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in sto... View more info

Image for The Velvet Light Trap (No. 13, Fall 1974): New Films and Filmmakers [cover: Jack Nicholson in "Chinatown"]

The Velvet Light Trap (No. 13, Fall 1974): New Films and Filmmakers [cover: Jack Nicholson in "Chinatown"]

By: Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Cottage Grove WI, The Arizona Jim Co-Op: 1974

Edition: (issue no. 13)

Seller ID: 10252

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[moderate soiling/rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: THE EXORCIST (William Friedkin); A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (Stanley Kubrick); CHINATOWN (Roman Polanski); director Robert Mulligan; the recent films of Blake Edwards; the films of Noel Black; "The Search for Self in the Films of Nicolas Roeg"; the BILLY JACK phenomenon; formalist cinema. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for The Velvet Light Trap (Spring 1974): The Western

The Velvet Light Trap (Spring 1974): The Western

By: Davis, John, and Susan Dalton, eds.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Cottage Grove WI, The Arizona Jim Co-Op: 1974

Edition: (No. 12)

Seller ID: 23407

Condition: Very Good+


[light external wear, short diagonal crease at bottom corner of front cover, small amount of ink underlining in a couple of articles]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal. Contents include articles on: "Zane Grey and William S. Hart: The Romantic Western of the 1920s"; "Selected Sound Westerns and Their Novel Sources"; JOHNNY GUITAR (Nicholas Ray); RIO BRAVO (Howard Hawks); "Once Upon a Time in Italy: The Italian Western Beyond Leone"; PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID (Sam Peckinpah); JEREMIAH JOHNSON (Sydney Pollack). View more info

Image for The Velvet Light Trap (Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG]

The Velvet Light Trap (Fall 1975): Warners Revisited [cover: Paul Muni in I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG]

By: Davis, John, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Cottage Grove WI, (No Publisher Stated): 1975

Edition: (No. 15)

Seller ID: 23408

Condition: Very Good


[nice clean copy, but rather heavily worn along the spine (binding fully intact)]. (B&W photographs) Critical/historical film journal; special issue devoted to Warner Bros. films. Contents include articles on: WILD BOYS OF THE ROAD (William Wellman); art director Anton Grot; director William Dieterle; actor Pat O'Brien (interview); "Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies"; animation director Bob Clampett; director Raoul Walsh (interview, talking about the studio, plus an article about his westerns); Warners' "horror" films (including DOCTOR X and MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM); a list ... View more info

Image for Cinefex...the journal of cinematic illusions - issue 60, December 1994 [cover: MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN]

Cinefex...the journal of cinematic illusions - issue 60, December 1994 [cover: MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN]

By: Duncan, Jody, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Riverside CA, Don Shay: 1994

Edition: (Issue 60)

Seller ID: 22896

Condition: Near Fine


[light external wear only]. (color and B&W photographs) Includes: an article about how "an ancient artifact -- aided by Cannom Creations makeup and effects from Industrial Light & Magic and Dream Quest Images -- turned actor Jim Carrey into a manic cartoon in THE MASK"; an article about the makeup and special visual effects of Kenneth Branagh's film MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN; an article about the special digital effects employed in Robert Zemeckis's FORREST GUMP; an article about the production of the Rolling Stones video "Love is Strong"; an article by Don Shay, "The Ret... View more info

Image for Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946

Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946

By: Farquhar, Samuel T., et al., eds.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley/Los Angeles, University of California Press: 1946

Edition: (Vol. I, No. 3)

Seller ID: 21075

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[nice copy, binding fully intact, some uneven fading to rear cover]. Early issue of the one of the earlier American academic film journals, "published under the joint sponsorship of the University of California and the Hollywood Writers Mobilization," the latter represented on the editorial board by John Howard Lawson. Feature articles in this issue: "Early Film Production in England" by Georges Sadoul; "Acting and Behaving" by Alexander Knox; "They Stopped at Nothing" by John Elliot Williams (about the history and practice of movie advertising); "Advanced ... View more info

Image for Show, The Magazine of Films and the Arts (May 1971) [cover: Karen Black]

Show, The Magazine of Films and the Arts (May 1971) [cover: Karen Black]

By: Guerin, Ann, ed.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, H & R Publications, Inc.: 1971

Edition: (Vol. 2, No. 3)

Seller ID: 17549

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[moderate wear along spine, mailing label on front cover, very light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W/color photographs) Profiles of Karen Black, Jack Nicholson, and Shirley MacLaine; Part Two of the Bette Davis article (begun in previous issue); an article on the making of Sergei Bondarchuk's NAPOLEON; an article on the making of DUSTY AND SWEETS McGEE; an article on GLEN AND RANDA and director Jim McBride; pictorial feature, "The Girls of THE LOVE MACHINE," with some extremely discreet semi-nudity; film reviews. View more info

Image for Show, The Magazine of Films and the Arts (April 1971) [cover: Bette Davis]

Show, The Magazine of Films and the Arts (April 1971) [cover: Bette Davis]

By: Guerin, Ann, ed.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, H & R Publications, Inc.: 1971

Edition: (Vol. 2, No. 2)

Seller ID: 17550

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[light overall wear, minor soiling to rear cover, mailing label on front cover]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover is of Bette Davis in "hippie" garb, seated on a motorcycle, as she appeared in BUNNY O'HARE; Part One of the article on Davis is in this issue (continued in next). Other articles include: profiles of Michael Sarrazin, Shelley Duvall, and Donald Sutherland; an article on Rudolf Nureyev and the Australian Ballet; an article on the making of THE SKI BUM (based on the Romain Gary novel); an article on the Broadway revival of " No, No, Nanette" (staged by Busby Berkel... View more info

Image for Films in Review (February 1955) [cover: still from Busby Berkeley's "Dames"]

Films in Review (February 1955) [cover: still from Busby Berkeley's "Dames"]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1955

Edition: (Vol. VI, No. 2)

Seller ID: 10232

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[moderate external wear, minor soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: article by producer/director Hall Bartlett, "The Fighting Independent"; survey of the history of film musicals; "Film Editing" by William B. Murphy; career article on British documentary filmmaker Humphrey Jennings. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Films in Review (April 1955) [cover: Glenn Ford and Eleanor Parker in "Interrupted Melody"]

Films in Review (April 1955) [cover: Glenn Ford and Eleanor Parker in "Interrupted Melody"]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1955

Edition: (Vol. VI, No. 4)

Seller ID: 10233

ISBN: NO

Condition: Good+


[moderate external wear, top corner of rear cover torn off, minor soiling/wrinkling; center page spread is loose (detached from stapled binding)]. (B&W photographs) Includes: career article on William S. Hart; article by Dore Schary, "Movie Grosses and How They Grow"; article, "Editing TV Films"; article by Carl Th. Dreyer, "Color and Color Films"; article, "Movies Out of Thin Air" by William K. Everson, about the "inventive and ingenious practice of making movies largely out of nothing"; review by Everson of Mack Sennett's autobiography, "King of C... View more info

Image for Films in Review (May 1956) [cover: Ava Gardner in BHOWANI JUNCTION]

Films in Review (May 1956) [cover: Ava Gardner in BHOWANI JUNCTION]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1956

Edition: (Vol. VII, No. 5)

Seller ID: 11225

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[light edgewear, a bit of scuffing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: article, "The Soviet Directors' Debt to [D.W.] Griffith" by Seymour Stern; "Death by Airplane," an article about eight movie stars who died in plane crashes; movies on television. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Films in Review (June-July 1956) [cover: Claire Sambert and Igor Youskevitch in INVITATION TO THE DANCE]

Films in Review (June-July 1956) [cover: Claire Sambert and Igor Youskevitch in INVITATION TO THE DANCE]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1956

Edition: (Vol. VII, No. 6)

Seller ID: 11226

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[good clean copy, moderate exterior wear]. (B&W photographs) Includes: report on the 1956 Cannes Film Festival; "Shakespeare on the Screen"; article, "Fritz Lang Today"; career survey (with filmography) of William C. de Mille. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Films in Review (May 1959) [cover: Gregory Peck (in PORK CHOP HILL), drawn by Howard Brodie]

Films in Review (May 1959) [cover: Gregory Peck (in PORK CHOP HILL), drawn by Howard Brodie]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1959

Edition: (Vol. X, No. 5)

Seller ID: 11235

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[moderate wear to covers and along spine]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Ida Lupino career survey (with filmography); review of the Academy Awards telecast; a highly uncomplimentary review, by Seymour Stern, of Homer Croy's biography of D.W. Griffith, "Star Maker") (prefaced by an editorial note stating that the book is "completely worthless, but because of D.W. Griffith's importance in the film history we publish this extensive and detailed analysis of it") (the article itself is entitled "Biographical Hogwash," and refers to the Croy book as "a fraud and a hoax from... View more info

Image for Films in Review (October 1960) [cover: Marilyn Monroe in LET'S MAKE LOVE]

Films in Review (October 1960) [cover: Marilyn Monroe in LET'S MAKE LOVE]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1960

Edition: (Vol. XI, No. 8)

Seller ID: 11239

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[light rubbing to covers, mild edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Thomas H. Ince career survey; article, "The 12 Tarzans," about the various actors who've played the ape-man; article, "Hollywood--An Invalid?" by the LA Times movie critic, arguing that "Hollywood's current crisis is serious." (LET'S MAKE LOVE, featured on the cover, is among the films reviewed in this issue.) ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Films in Review (February 1961) [cover: Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe in THE MISFITS]

Films in Review (February 1961) [cover: Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe in THE MISFITS]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1961

Edition: (Vol. XII, No. 2)

Seller ID: 11242

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[moderate edgewear, minor wrinkle at bottom of rear cover, minor external soiling]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Carole Lombard career survey (with filmography): "Lincoln on the Screen" by Robert C. Roman. Films reviewed include THE MISFITS, which editor Hart found "very interesting, but for [the] wrong reasons. As a motion picture it is mediocre, being rather venally conceived [!], amateurishly written, and perfunctorily directed, photographed and edited. But, as a collection of assorted items of current film history, it is downright fascinating." He also opines that Maril... View more info