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Loitering With Intent

Loitering With Intent

by Peter O'toole

Films Of Gregory Peck

Films Of Gregory Peck

by John Griggs

Alice Faye

Alice Faye

by Jane Lenz Elder

Platinum Girl

Platinum Girl

by Eve Golden

Hitler's Secret Book

Hitler's Secret Book

by Adolf Hitler

Bombshell

Bombshell

by David Stenn

Rocks On the Roof

Rocks On the Roof

by Jim Backus

By Myself

By Myself

by Lauren Bacall

The Lonley Life

The Lonley Life

by Bette Davis

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Joan Crawford

by Alexander Walker

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The Farmer's Daughter

by C H Potter

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Rsvp

by Elsa Maxwell

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Kim Novak

by Peter Harry Brown

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Montgomery Clift a Biography

by Patricia Bosworth

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Original Photograph Of Ann Sheridan, Gertrude Michael, Gail Patrick, Wendy Barrie, Grace Bradley, and Katherine Demille

by Gertrude Michael, Gail Patrick, Wendy Barrie, Grace Bradley, Katherine Demille Ann Sheridan

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Vivien the Life Of Viven Leigh

by Alexander Walker

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Golden Bough Sir James George

by Golden Bough Sir James George Frazer Frazer

Actors & Actresses Books & Ephemera

The Complete Gilbert & Sullivan

The Complete Gilbert & Sullivan

by Sullivan, Arthur

"All the operas in one definitive edition, including the little-known Thespis"--Dust jacket.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [867]).
Builders Of the American Dream

Builders Of the American Dream

by Fitzpatrick, James K

Original photograph of James Dunn, circa 1935

Original photograph of James Dunn, circa 1935

by James Dunn (subject)

Los Angeles, CA: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1935. Vintage portrait photograph of actor James Dunn, circa 1935, produced to promote his role in the film "Bad Boy." Dunn began his career as a stage actor, landing a lead on Broadway in 1929's "Sweet Adeline." His Broadway performance led to him getting signed as a player for Twentieth Century Fox in 1931. He did a number of his best-known films with Fox, including "Bright Eyes" (1934) alongside Shirley Temple and "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1945) for which he... Read more about this item
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A$52.97
Today I Am a Ma'am and Other Musings on Life, Beauty, and Growing Older

Today I Am a Ma'am and Other Musings on Life, Beauty, and Growing Older

by Harper, Valerie with Catherine Whitney

New York: HarperCollins. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2001. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0060199296 . Signed by Harper on the half-title page. Autographed copy sticker to the front of the dust jacket, which has modest rubbing. The Emmy winning actress shares her insights into being a "woman of a certain age." Illustrated by Rick Tulka. ; 155 pages; Signed by Author .
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A$56.00
Pardon Us (Original photograph from the 1931 film)

Pardon Us (Original photograph from the 1931 film)

by Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, June Marlowe, Wilfred Lucas (starring); James Parrott (director); H.M. Walker (screenwriter)

N.p.: N.p., 1931. Vintage reference photograph from the 1931 film. In Prohibition-era America, two men end up in prison after attempting to sell some home-brewed beer to a policeman. The first feature film to star Laurel and Hardy. 10 x 8 inches. Very Good, moderately toned overall, with creasing and wear to the corners.
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A$491.89
Original photograph of Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman, 1945

Original photograph of Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman, 1945

by Ronald Reagan, Jane Wyman (subjects)

N.p.: N.p., 1945. Vintage candid photograph of actors Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman, 1945. With the stamp of United Press International to the verso. After starring together in "Brother Rat" (1938) and its sequel "Brother Rat and a Baby" (1940), Reagan and Wyman were married in 1940. The couple divorced in 1949, a decision purportedly attributable to Wyman's difficulty with marriage to a Democrat, which Reagan still was at the time. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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A$227.02
Original photograph of Monica Vitti and Michelangelo Antonioni in Paris, circa 1963

Original photograph of Monica Vitti and Michelangelo Antonioni in Paris, circa 1963

by Michelangelo; Antonioni Monica Vitti (subjects)

N.p.: N.p., 1963. Vintage borderless black and white photograph of Michelangelo Antonioni and Monica Vitti at the Place Charles de Gaulle in Paris, with the Arc de Triomphe in the background. With the stamps of Cinemonde Archives and Parimage on the verso. Vitti and Antonioni enjoyed a prolonged romantic and professional relationship throughout the late 1950s and 1960s, creating "L'avventura" (1960), "La Notte" (1961), and "L'eclisse" (1962). Vitti's fourth film with Antonioni, "Il Deserto Rosso"... Read more about this item
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A$454.05
Original photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Cecil Beaton, circa 1956

Original photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Cecil Beaton, circa 1956

by Marilyn Monroe, Cecil Beaton (subjects)

London: Pictorial Press, 1956. Vintage borderless reference photograph of photographer Cecil Beaton standing over Marilyn Monroe, arranging a long-stemmed rose next to her face. Printed labels of Pictorial Press affixed to the verso. Beaton photographed Monroe at his suite at the Ambassador Hotel in New York in February 1956. The actress purportedly showed up nearly 90 minutes late, nevertheless impressing Beaton with her "lack of inhibition," as he would go on to note in a diary entry detailing the... Read more about this item
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A$832.43
Cesar and Rosalie [Cesar et Rosalie] (Original photograph of Romy Schneider, Yves Montand, and Sami Frey on the set of the 1972 film)

Cesar and Rosalie [Cesar et Rosalie] (Original photograph of Romy Schneider, Yves Montand, and Sami Frey on the set of the 1972 film)

by Claude Sautet (director, screenwriter); Georges Pierre (photographer); Jean-Loup Dabadie, Claude Neron (screenwriters); Yves Montand, Romy Schneider, Sami Frey (starring)

N.p.: Fildebroc, 1972. Vintage borderless reference photograph of Sami Frey, Romy Schneider, and Yves Montand on the set of the 1972 film. Two "Le Spectacle du Monde" stamps, and a "NOV 1972" stamp on verso. Cesar (Montand) is desperate to win the affections of Rosalie (Schneider) only, to be complicated by the arrival of her old flame David (Frey). Set in and shot on location in Paris, and Ile de Noirmoutier, France. 9.25 x 6.5 inches. Near Fine.
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A$567.56
Original photograph of Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. in London, 1967

Original photograph of Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. in London, 1967

by Sammy; Davis Jr. Peter Lawford (subjects)

N.p.: Unipix, 1967. Vintage black and white photograph of Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford outside Heathrow Airport in London, 1967. With a printed mimeo snipe dated 7/5/67 affixed to the verso, along with the stamp of United Press International. Davis would appear with Lawford in the British comedy film "Salt and Pepper" the following year. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, with light creasing to the corners.
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A$264.86
Original publicity portrait photograph of James Stewart, circa 1948

Original publicity portrait photograph of James Stewart, circa 1948

by James Stewart (subject); Frank Powolny (photographer)

Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1948. Vintage borderless oversize publicity portrait photograph of actor James Stewart, circa 1948. With a printed mimeo snipe affixed to the verso, referencing Stewart's upcoming appearance in Henry Hathaway's 1948 film "Call Northside 777." 10.5 x 13.25 inches. Very Good plus, with a few light scuffs and edgewear.
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A$605.40
The Devious Path [Abwege] (Original photograph of Brigitte Helm from the 1928 film)

The Devious Path [Abwege] (Original photograph of Brigitte Helm from the 1928 film)

by G.W. Pabst (director); Franz Schulz, Adolf Lantz, Ladislaus Vajda (screenwriters); Brigitte Helm, Gustav Diessl (starring)

N.p.: N.p., 1928. Vintage reference photograph from the 1928 German silent film, showing actress Brigitte Helm in profile, powdering her chin. Feeling neglected, the wife of an ambitious lawyer embarks on an exploration of Berlin's nightlife, quickly becoming involved in extramarital flirtations and drugs. Shot on location in Bavaria. 7.25 x 9.5 inches. Very Good plus, with a faint vertical crease on the left edge.
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A$643.24
Private Number (Original keybook photograph from the set of the 1936 film)

Private Number (Original keybook photograph from the set of the 1936 film)

by Roy Del Ruth (director); Cleves Kinkhead (playwright); William M. Counselman, Gene Markey (screenwriters); Loretta Young, Robert Taylor, Basil Rathbone, Patsy Kelly, Joe E. Lewis (starring)

Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936. Vintage keybook photograph of Loretta Young and members of the crew on the set of the 1936 film. Mimeo snipe and a rubber stamp on the verso. The maid to a wealthy man secretly marries his son. Shot on location in San Bernardino and Los Angeles, California. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine with a two hole punch in the left margin.
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A$68.11
Original publicity photograph of Edith Taliaferro, 1919

Original publicity photograph of Edith Taliaferro, 1919

by Edith Taliaferro (subject); Ira L. Hill (photographer)

N.p.: N.p., 1919. Vintage double-weight publicity photograph of stage and film actress Edith Taliaferro, 1919. Insignia of photographer Ira L. Hill on the bottom right corner of the recto, and his stamp on the verso, along with a printed mimeo snipe referencing Taliaferro's upcoming appearance in John G. Adolfi's 1919 film "Who's Your Brother?" Taliaferro began her career as a child actress in stock stage productions, and went on to work primarily in theatre, most notably as Rebecca in the 1910 stage... Read more about this item
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A$113.51
Sublime Marlene

Sublime Marlene

by De Navacelle Thiery

London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 300x230x20mm. Contains, Illustrations. 300x230x20mm+1033g . . 500g Postage Incorrect see below for 2kg . . Sidgwick and Jackson. London. 1984. First Edition. . . pp158 Sidgwick: First UK Edition. Hard boards in original dust jacket. unclipped. Photographs from the Kobal Collection: Image is ALWAYS of the ACTUAL BOOK: Book and or Jacket may have names. dedications. marks. tears. foxing. browned pages. creasing and losses unless... Read more about this item
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A$56.80
Fire Down Below (Two original photographs of Rita Hayworth from the 1957 film)

Fire Down Below (Two original photographs of Rita Hayworth from the 1957 film)

by Rita Hayworth, Robert Mitchum, Jack Lemmon (starring); Robert Parrish (director); Max Catto (novel); Irvin Shaw (screenwriter)

London: Pictorial Press, 1957. Two vintage reference photographs from the 1957 film, both showing actress Rita Hayworth dancing, surrounded by extras clad in Trinidadian costume. One with a printed mimeo snipe affixed to the verso, and both with agency stamps on the versos. Based on the 1954 novel by Max Catto, about two smugglers whose partnership is tested when they agree to transport an undocumented woman to a Caribbean island (who turns out to be Rita Hayworth). 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus,... Read more about this item
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A$491.89
Original photograph of Carmel Myers, circa 1946

Original photograph of Carmel Myers, circa 1946

by Carmel Myers (subject)

N.p.: N.p., 1946. Vintage portrait photograph of actress Carmel Myers, likely to publicize Leonide Moguy's 1946 film "Whistle Stop." Myers began as a theatre actress before signing with Universal, and several years later, with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Both studios cast her primarily as a vamp, including her most famous part as the Egyptian seductress Iras in Fred Niblo's "Ben-Hur" (1925). Unlike many of her contemporaries, Myers had a relatively successful career in sound film, co-starring with John... Read more about this item
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A$37.84
Goon Show One Night Special Reunion, The

Goon Show One Night Special Reunion, The

by [GOON SHOW]; SELLERS, Peter; MILLIGAN, Spike; SECOMBE, Harry

London: Camden Theater, April 30, 1972. The Last of the Goon Shows Specially Written by Spike Milligan for the 50th Anniversary of the BBC Three Goons in the Fountain Each One Seeking Fame Sellers, Milligan, and Secombe Which One Will the Fountain Blame [GOON SHOW]. SELLERS, Peter. MILLIGAN, Spike. SECOMBE, Harry. The Goon Show One Night Special Reunion. A Collection of Goony Ephemera. London: Camden Theater, April 30, 1972. "These autographs from The Goons and a number of guest artists were signed... Read more about this item
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A$8,324.25
The Song of Songs (Original Film Program)

The Song of Songs (Original Film Program)

by Marlene Dietrich (starring); Rouben Mamoulian (director); Brian Aherne, Lionel Atwill (starring)

Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1933. Vintage film program for the 1933 film. With a striking image of Dietrich on the front wrapper, and much detail throughout regarding the production. Based on the novel by Hermann Suermann and the play by Edward Sheldon, about a country orphan who goes to Berlin to live with her aunt and who becomes the model for a handsome sculptor. Director Rouben Mamoulian made the film simply and without artifice, a great departure from Dietrich's work with Josef von... Read more about this item
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A$567.56
Two original photographs of Anna Karina trying on a hat, 1962

Two original photographs of Anna Karina trying on a hat, 1962

by Anna Karina (subject)

Amsterdam: N.p., 1962. Two vintage borderless candid photographs of Danish-French actress Anna Karina in a boutique, trying on a hat, 1962. With the stamp of Kövesdi International Press Agency on the versos. 7 x 5 inches. Very Good plus, with tidemarks on the versos.
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A$340.54
The Fugitive Kind (Original cast and crew photograph from the set of the 1960 film)

The Fugitive Kind (Original cast and crew photograph from the set of the 1960 film)

by Sidney Lumet (director); Tennessee Williams (novel, screenplay); Meade Roberts (screenwriter); Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward (starring)

N.p.: Pennebaker Productions, 1960. Vintage double weight reference photograph of Marlon Brando, Joanne Woodward, Anna Magnani, Sydney Lumet, and cinematographer Boris Kaufman on the set of the 1960 film. Based on the 1957 play "Orpheus Descending," which itself was a revision of the 1940 play "Battle of Angels" by Tennessee Williams, who co-wrote the screenplay. Valentine "Snakeskin" Xavier (Brando) flees the law in New Orleans and finds work at a small-town store run by the resentful and frustrated... Read more about this item
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A$128.65
Original photograph of Clara Kimball Young, circa 1921

Original photograph of Clara Kimball Young, circa 1921

by Clara Kimball Young (subject); Stagg (photographer)

N.p.: N.p., 1921. Vintage publicity photograph of actress Clara Kimball Young posing in an ornate lace gown and veil, circa 1921. With the stamp of still photographer Stagg on the verso, along with the stamps of N.Y. Sunday American reference library, and manuscript pencil annotations noting Young's name and the date 8-28-21. Young signed a contract with Vitagraph Studios in 1912, and was cast in her breakthrough role in "My Official Wife" two years later, alongside silent film leading man Earle... Read more about this item
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A$113.51
The South Bank Show The Final Cut

The South Bank Show The Final Cut

by Bragg, Melvyn

London: Hodder & Stoughton. 2010. Very Good condition. Robust, professional packaging and tracking provided for all parcels. 307 pages. Portraits of some of the artists, actors, musicians interviewed by Bragg as part of his TV show . 1st Edition. Trade Paperback.
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A$15.00
Goldengirl (Original photograph of Curt Jurgens from the 1979 film)

Goldengirl (Original photograph of Curt Jurgens from the 1979 film)

by Curt Jurgens (starring); Peter Lear (novel); Joseph Sargent (director); John Kohn (screenwriter); James Coburn, Susan Anton, Leslie Caron, Robert Culp, Harry Guardino (starring)

N.p.: Backstage Productions, 1979. Vintage studio still photograph of Curt Jurgens from the 1979 film. Based on the 1977 novel by Peter Lear. A neo-nazi doctor and scientist tests his technology to create a physically 'superior' human on his young daughter. He enters her in a few races at the 1980 Moscow Olympics and makes money off her likeness. Set in Moscow, shot on location in California. 8 x 10 inches. Fine.
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A$22.70
Collection of ten original jumbo oversize photographs, comprising George Hurrell's Portfolio III series

Collection of ten original jumbo oversize photographs, comprising George Hurrell's Portfolio III series

by George Hurrell (photographer); John Barrymore, Charles Boyer, James Cagney, Joan Crawford, Jascha Heifetz, Veronica Lake, Gilbert Roland, Ann Sheridan, Gene Tierney, Anna May Wong (subjects)

Los Angeles: George Hurrell, 1979. Ten original jumbo oversize photographs taken by noted photographer George Hurrell, comprising the entirety of his Portfolio III series. Each photograph signed and numbered by Hurrell, all No. 39 from an edition of 50. Shot between 1932 and 1944, and struck by Hurrell in 1979. Hurrell produced a total of 23 series, each comprised of ten images, struck from his original negatives and printed in various sizes, this being the largest. This portfolio includes some of... Read more about this item
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A$18,918.75
Fairbanks and Pickford Signed Color Photograph, 1928

Fairbanks and Pickford Signed Color Photograph, 1928

by FAIRBANKS, DOUGLAS, SR., AND PICKFORD, MARY

Pickford and Fairbanks were founding members of United Artists film production studio along with D. W. Griffith and Charlie Chapiln and also founding members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. They were both actors, writers, directors and producers. Douglas Fairbanks hosted the first Oscar Awards Ceremony in 1929. Fairbanks and Pickford married in 1920 and divorced in 1936. Fairbanks was known as the "King of Hollywood," a title passed on to Clark Gable. The photograph shows Pickford... Read more about this item
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A$1,248.64
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Two original photographs of Richard Brooks on the set of the 1958 film)

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Two original photographs of Richard Brooks on the set of the 1958 film)

by Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman (starring); Richard Brooks (director, screenwriter); Burl Ives, Jack Carson, Judith Anderson (starring); Tennessee Williams (play); James Poe (screenwriter)

N.p.: N.p., 1958. Two vintage reference photographs of director Richard Brooks on the set of the 1958 film, one showing Brooks talking with Elizabeth Taylor, the other showing Brooks with Paul Newman. Printed mimeo snipes affixed to the versos, along with the printed labels of Stillphoto in Amsterdam. Based on the 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tennessee Williams, about the deeply dysfunctional family of a dying plantation owner on the Mississippi Delta. Nominated for six Academy Awards. Shot... Read more about this item
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A$681.08