Good. No Jacket. 0399120149 Dust jacket condition: No Jacket. Red cloth covers show stainig at extremities. Lacks jacket. Massive book. Due to weight, no foreign orders or domestic priority shipments accepted without prior arrangement as to shipping costs, which will exceed our usual rates. This book is too large for our scanner so a partial cover image is shown. Language Notes Text: English, German (translation) 340 pages. Fellini, Federico.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Cloth, 340 pp., all illus.; 34 cm. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Spine slightly rolled at the crown. Age toning. First U.S. Edition. Dust jacket price-clipped on the front flap, with light edgewear, protected in a mylar book cover. OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement.
Folio. First American Edition. Near Fine and unread in an about Near Fine dust jacket. Boards slightly bowed, a touch of rubbing at the extremities. Jacket has some light rubbing at the extremities, faint foxing, and a couple nearly imperceptible scratches to the rear panel. Four hundred color and monochrome stills from the career of a great Italian director, with production credits and a brief synopsis of each film. Originally published in Germany in 1976, the occasional Academy Award winner's cinematic art is well captured. Shipping billed at cost.
Very Good in Good jacket. Vg large format red cloth hard cover in good price clipped dustjacket now in mylar. Writing on the inside of the front endpaper ow unmarked tight and square. Dustjacket is chipped and worn on edges with 3 inch tear to top front near corner. Colour and B/W 340pp vg/g.
Very Good. 0399120149 Edge and corner wear with several tiny closed tears to dustjacket. Mild wear to bottom right corner of cover boards. Jacket and boards and interior otherwise clean. Binding sound. Illustrated throughout. 342 pp.
1977. G. P. Putnam's. Hard Cover. Book-VG. Dj-VG, protective covered. 13x11. 343pp. Colour frontis, profuse colour & b/w photos. Frederico Fellini, 1920-1993, is considered one of the most influential filmmakers of the twentieth century, portraying the contemporary world with incredible vitality and force. This is a celebration of his work and career, presenting hundreds of memorable stills from his films, together with full production and cast credits, and a synopsis of each film.
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