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Image for Cinema [magazine] (Summer 1968) [cover: Susan St. James]

Cinema [magazine] (Summer 1968) [cover: Susan St. James]

By: {Baldwin, James} (Nagata, Grace, ed.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Beverly Hills CA, Spectator International: 1968

Edition: (Vol. 4, No. 2)

Seller ID: 17248

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice copy, minor handling wear, light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: an interview, entitled "I Can't blow this gig," with author James Baldwin, who was then engaged in trying to write the screenplay for a biopic of Malcolm X (whether Baldwin blew it or not, the gig was abandoned--or rather, deferred, as when MALCOLM X finally did make it to the screen in 1992, its producer was Marvin Worth, the same producer that Baldwin was working ... View more info

Image for Bright Lights [magazine] (Fall 1974) [first issue] [cover: Joan Crawford]

Bright Lights [magazine] (Fall 1974) [first issue] [cover: Joan Crawford]

By: {Cukor, George} Morris, Gary, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: St. Bernard OH, Gary Morris: 1974

Edition: (Vol. 1, No. 1)

Seller ID: 9081

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[several rectangular tape marks on front cover, moderate handling wear]. (B&W photographs) First issue of this cinema history/criticism journal. Includes an article on George Cukor's A STAR IS BORN and an interview with Cukor, by Jeff Wise and Robert Smith. Other articles: "Sex, Love and Joan Crawford" by Gary Morris; "Introduction to New World Pictures" by Gary Morris. View more info

Image for Cinema [magazine] (Spring 1971) [with special John Ford section]

Cinema [magazine] (Spring 1971) [with special John Ford section]

By: {Ford, John} (Schrader, Paul, ed.)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Beverly Hills CA, Spectator International: 1971

Edition: (Vol. 6, No. 3)

Seller ID: 22650

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, very slight bumping at spine ends, minor wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) The cover feature is "John Ford; a monograph by Lindsay Anderson" (originally written in 1955 but here published for the first time; later revised, in book form, as "About John Ford"). Also in this issue: an article on THE RISE OF LOUIS XIV (Roberto Rossellini); "The Electric Film-Maker" (re new forms of television exhibition); a short interview with,... View more info

Image for Action: Directors Guild of America [magazine] (September-October 1971) [special issue: John Ford and STAGECOACH]

Action: Directors Guild of America [magazine] (September-October 1971) [special issue: John Ford and STAGECOACH]

By: {Ford, John} Thomas, Bob, editorial consultant

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Hollywood CA, Directors Guild of America: 1971

Edition: (Vol. 6, No. 5)

Seller ID: 15715

ISBN: NO

Condition: 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," fea... View more info

Image for Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Fall 1998) [special Sam Fuller tribute issue]

Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Fall 1998) [special Sam Fuller tribute issue]

By: {Fuller, Samuel} Nocenti, Annie, ed.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, RC Publications Inc.: 1998

Edition: (Vol. 4, No. 3)

Seller ID: 10085

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean fresh copy, with just a few traces of handling wear here and there]. About half of this issue is devoted to Fuller. In addition to the screenplays for PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET and SHOCK CORRIDOR (both published for the first time), there is a keynote essay on the writer/director by J. Hoberman, excerpts from various interviews with Fuller, and, most fabulously, reproductions of pages from his war journals, which contain numerous cartoons which are just as punc... View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Spring 1963) [cover: lobby of the Fox Theatre, San Francisco]

Film Quarterly (Spring 1963) [cover: lobby of the Fox Theatre, San Francisco]

By: {Kael, Pauline} Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1963

Edition: (Vol. XVI, No. 3)

Seller ID: 22758

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[nice clean copy, minor rubbing/scuffing to rear cover, a little wear at extremities]. (B&W photographs) Founded in 1946 as "Hollywood Quarterly," this was one of the best "serious" film journal of its day, and one of its greatest pleasures was encountering the early film criticism of Pauline Kael, preceding her legendary stint at The New Yorker, which commenced in 1968. This issue, in addition to Kael's review of Peter Ustinov's BILLY BUDD (which she g... View more info

Image for Cinema [magazine] (July-August 1965) [cover: Elizabeth Taylor in THE SANDPIPER]

Cinema [magazine] (July-August 1965) [cover: Elizabeth Taylor in THE SANDPIPER]

By: {Ransohoff, Martin} (Hanson, Curtis Lee, ed.)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Beverly Hills CA, Spectator International: 1965

Edition: (Vol. 2, No. 6)

Seller ID: 19789

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[light rubbing to covers, some horizontal stress lines along spine, short diagonal crease at bottom right corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) A special issue devoted almost entirely to producer Martin Ransohoff, then riding high with three major films released during 1965: THE SANDPIPER (directed by Vincente Minnelli; written by Dalton Trumbo and Michael Wilson); THE LOVED ONE (directed by Tony Richardson; written by Terry Southern and Christopher Isherwood); and ... View more info

Image for Cinema [magazine] (December-January 1964-65) [cover: THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD]

Cinema [magazine] (December-January 1964-65) [cover: THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD]

By: {Stevens, George} (Silke, James R., ed.)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Northridge CA, Spectator International: 1964

Edition: (Vol. 2, No. 4) [see note]

Seller ID: 19791

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[various creasing and abrasions to cover, some edgewear, cover detached at top staple]. (B&W photographs) Special issue devoted to the production of George Stevens' biblical epic THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD. Includes: excerpts from Charlton Heston's diary; "A Monograph of George Stevens Films," with comments on his style and all his feature films, by editor Silke; an in-depth interview with Stevens himself; and a photo-feature on the film. Also in the issue a... View more info