Hollywood, Ca: [ca. 1944-5]. Hilton's novel, SO WELL REMEMBERED, was published in the US in 1945, and attending... Read More about Manuscript archive for his novel, SO WELL REMEMBERED
Berlin: vd. Read More about Illustrierter Film-Kurier
New York: May 10, 1955. Read More about Portrait photograph of Burl Ives with guitar
[n.p: Privately Printed, 1961]. First edition. On Safari with Jimmy Stewart Full leopard-skin pattern book cloth. "Mrs. Johnson and her husband, along with noted movie actor Jimmy Stewart and his wife, went on safari to Kenya and Tanzania where elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, oryx and other game were bagged" (Czech)..... Read More about Safari Diary, Africa 1961
[N.p., Fort Worth?]: 1961. On Safari with Jimmy Stewart. Abundantly illustrated and clearly written journal of a safari in Kenya and Tanganyika, June and July 1961, Fran and Bess Johnson and their friends Jimmy Stewart and his wife Gloria. Trophies included elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, oryx, zebra, and gazelle. Read More about Safari Diary, Africa 1961
Los Angeles: March 23, 1950. Danny & Sylvia -- a Signed Contract with Fox. Sylvia Fine, wife of Danny Kaye, was also a talented composer and lyricist, who, often behind the scenes, managed her husband's career and created many of the special songs for him. For the film ON THE..... Read More about Typed Contract signed between Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine as partners, and Twentieth-Century Fox,...
New York: Duffield and Company, 1929. INSCRIBED FROM JOAN CRAWFORD TO HUSBAND DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. From the library of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., decorated naval officer of WWII, and royal of Hollywood's Golden Era, credited in more than 50 films (including the starring role in GUNGA DIN) It is inscribed to..... Read More about Memoirs of Napoleon I, Compiled from His Own Writings
New York: Viking, . First edition. Beautiful Copy. Read More about The Slide Area. Scenes of Hollywood Life
New York: 4 April, 1940. Variant portrait from that published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Charles Laughton
"To Alfred Eisensadt [sic] of the seeing eye. Charles Laughton May 14th 1952." Read More about Autograph Note Signed to Alfred Eisenstaedt, May, 14th, 1952
London: William Heinemann, 1929. First edition, one of 1000 copies. Inscribed to Ronald Colman, " For Ronald Colman from his admirer James Laver." Read More about The Circle of Chalk. A Play in Five Acts Adapted from the Chinese by Klabund. English Version by...
[New York: Richard Davis, 1962]. American Souvenir Program, variant with inside covers printed violet. Read More about Columbia Pictures Presents the Sam Spiegel and David Lean Production of Lawrence of Arabia
New York: William Morrow, . First edition. Signed on title-page. Read More about Mystic River
[Hollywood: 1949]. Leigh and Mitchum. Leigh and Mitchum were then co-starring in HOLIDAY AFFAIR (1949) when Eisenstaedt photographed them:Leigh: "To Alfred - In two minutes we've found one big thing in common - all we need is a little more time - "Mitchum: "Alfred - Sometimes it's embarrassing!" Read More about Autograph inscriptions signed, to photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt
New York: 9 November 1959 and Feb.-April 1970. Stage and TV Versions - George C. Scott's Copies. Two highly important scripts, the first for the original Broadway stage production, and the second for the 1970 television production, representing variant texts. These scripts are of special note, as they belonged to..... Read More about The Andersonville Trial Rehearsal Script [with:] The Andersonville Trial [television script],...
Hollywood: July 1957 to April 1960. Right on the heels of her successes in The Wayward Bus (1957) and the film version of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter (1957). Read More about Group of 3 typed letters from 20th-Century Fox, signed by Mansfield, extending options on her...
Los Angeles: May 2, 1956. Mansfield Signs and Makes THE GIRL CAN'T HELP IT. This is Mansfield's first Hollywood contract, coming on the heels of her appearance in 1955 as "Playmate of the Month" for February, 1955, and her portrayal of Rita Marlowe in the Broadway play WILL SUCCESS SPOIL..... Read More about Typed Contract Signed with Twentieth-Century Fox, a one-year contract covering the period of THE...
Beverly Hills: 1083 Hillcrest Road, July 11, 1976. Read More about Invitation, Signed
London: William Heinemann Ltd, . First edition. Read More about Encore. Stories by … with screen adaptations by T.E.B. Clarke, Arthur Macrae, and Eric Ambler
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1940. First edition. Source for The Sting. Read More about The Big Con. The Story of the Confidence Man and the Confidence Game
[Los Angeles]: Lorimar Productions for Avco, [n.d., 1969]. First draft screenplay adaptation of The Sporting Club (1969), first novel by Thomas McGuane, “the greatest writer of American loneliness”. The novel is set in Saginaw county, northern Michigan, on the grounds of the “Centennial Club”. The film was produced in 1971..... Read More about The Sporting Club. Screenplay … from the Novel by Thomas McGuane
Los Angeles: MGM, . MGM was founded in 1924 when the entertainment entrepreneur Marcus Loew gained control of Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures, and Louis B. Mayer Pictures. ... Over the next 39 years, the studio was bought and sold at various points in its history until, on November 3, 2010..... Read More about M-G-M Rolls out the Red Carpet to Honor Thousands of Friendly Customers