Los Angeles, Calif: November 13, 1957. Coop in Ten North Frederick. Read More about Typed Contract signed, between Gary Cooper and Twentieth-Century Fox , being agreement that...
[New York: Printed by the Prospect Press, for Pathé, 1918]. NOW HEAR THIS! Classic silent serial featuring an evil masked fiend ("The Hooded Terror") who attempts to develop germ warfare, sound familiar. Read More about Publicity packet for PATHÉ serial, with wrapper title: "Pathe presents Pearl White and...
Np: Property of Selmur Productions [Alert 8014 W. 3rd St.], 30 June [to 21 September], 1967. A Work in Progress. “Charly is unable to answer — but it is obvious that somewhere in his simple heart the answer is locked.” A superb association copy of this unspecified, but quite early..... Read More about Charly A Screenplay
Kinderhoek, St. James, New York: September 13, 1957. "I am more than happy to give you permission to use the quote from my letter to Clifton Fadiman in the promotion of his delightful book...." Read More about Typed letter signed ("Cornelia Otis Skinner") to a Miss Salinger
New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1938. First edition. A Harper "Find" novel, "An unforgettable Novel" of Russ, a lumberjack who takes a job in an auto factory so he can afford an outboard motor and a clam digger's shack. Made into a lighter movie in the 1941..... Read More about F.O.B. Detroit
[ca. 1973]. The original illustration for the second of four title cards used in the opening credits of the classic 1973 motion picture "The Sting" Read More about Title card illustration for the opening credit of The Sting, titled “A Bill/Philips Production...
Boulder, Colorado: Ken Meyer Productions, Printed by O'Hara, Incorporated, 1981. One of 100 copies, not for sale, out of series. Intended to be presented with the purchase of the Stobart video cassettes. Presentation copy–One of 100 copies printed. With Stobart's illustrated calling card, and a one page 4to autograph letter..... Read More about A written accompaniment to Stobart fifth film in the series, Profiles in American Art....
np: Jan. 1991. Mimeographed version of the beginning of Stone's famous movie. Read More about Untitled JFK Project
Oct 15. 1979. Note reads "Colleen & Ken, Come if you can late Sat. afternoon and get drunk with the artist and his pregnant wife! Love, Meryl" Read More about Autograph Note Signed. On Invitation to Don Gummer's (Streep's Husband) Photo Show. To Colleen...
N.p. [Paris? Manuel Frères, n.d. [ca. 1930]. Inscribed in ink across the bottom of the image: “To Edmund A. Sy/ Best wishes of/ Norma Talmadge”. Read More about Photograph signed, bust portrait in half-profile
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1940. First edition. AUTHOR TO HIS DAUGHTER. Inscribed on the flyleaf to the author’s daughter, Joan Kennedy Taylor: "For my dear Joan, with all my love./ Deems" Read More about Walt Disney's Fantasia. With a foreword by Leopold Stokowski. [Introduction by Walt Disney
Washington, D.C: October 4, 1972. With her card stapled to top of page. Read More about TLS, To Sy (Halpern), with autograph note at the bottom signed with initial "S". About...
Dartmouth [UK]: Oct. 9 [circa 1930]. A short and somewaht melodramtic letter fom the English actor best know for his titular role as Grumpy, a retired barrister turned sleuth, that Maude made famous on the stage, and eventually the big screen. Reading in part: "…I don't know you well enough..... Read More about Typed letter signed "Cyril Maude" To "Mr. Halpern "Seymour Halpern" in...
New York: August 30, 1930. A letter from the American songwriter best known for co-writing the pop standard "Poor Butterfly." Reading in part: "Success in anyone's life is generally the result of a certian amount of talent or aptitude for a chosen work, plus an enormous amount of application, and..... Read More about Typed letter signed "John Golden" to "Mr. Halpern" (Seymour Halpern) in reply...
[New York]: DK, . Read More about Hollywood. A Celebration!
Signed twice by Tully and initialed "A.B." by Boni. Read More about Carbon Typed Letter, Signed. Contract between Tully and Albert Boni, Publisher for the sale of...
London: Heinemann, . First edition. Inscribed: "For Nathan [self portrait] Peter 12 Nov 761." Read More about Add a Dash of Pity
New York: Garden City Publishing, 1941. First edition. Walt Disney's Dumbo. Read More about Walt Disney's Dumbo of the Circus
[New York]: New American Library, . First printing. Read More about The Graduate
New York: July 13, 1932. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Clifton Webb
New York: [March 1, 1937]. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Welles as Faust. A rare pre-Hollywood image of the 22-year-old Welles as Faustus in his adaptation of the Marlowe play, which opened on January 8, 1937 at the Maxine Elliott Theatre..... Read More about Portrait photograph of Orson Welles as Doctor Faustus
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1922. First Edition. Superb Presentation Copy From William S. Hart's Horse. Ghost-written by the famous actor, this is an account of his pony's adventures in films. INSCRIBED BY HART IN DISGUISED HANDWRITING (possibly written with his left hand), “July 25th 1928 / Dear Kathleen Milne Bartle /..... Read More about Told Under a White Oak Tree. By Bill Hart's Pinto Pony, Edited by His Master William S. Hart
[Cambridge, Mass]: Da capo, . First Edition. Signed. Signed by the author om ffep. Read More about Are My Blinkers Showing. Adventures in Filmmaking in the New Russia