First Edition. Preface by Robert Steele (dated November 1965). Goldberg analyzes the great director's work, his filmmaking technique, and especially his philosophy in a sweeping review, including the films "Lucia del varieta" ("Variety Lights, " 1950), "Lo sceicco biano" ("The White Sheik, " 1952), "I Vitelloni" (1953), "La strada" ("The Road, " 1954), "Il bidone" (1955), "Le notti di Cabiria" ("Nights of Cabiria, " 1957), "La Dolce Vita" (1960), and "8 1/2" (1963). Also includes a woodcut by Jane Marshall Brewer, a bibliography and an appendix. Number 6 of Boston University's "Film Studies" series. White comb binding with light blue wrappers and die-cut window in the British style. 115 pages. Toning, else Near Fine.
4826101163 TEXT IN JAPANESE. A superb pictorial on the great director. There is very little text and most of the book is comprised of beautiful b&w photos, stills, and posters printed on nice glossy paper. There is also a section of color photos. One of the nicest pictorials on Fellini. There is a very soft small faint bump to the top corner of some of the pages, otherwise a near fine copy.
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