Second Printing. Signed presentation copy inscribed by the author, Rockwell Kent, thoughtfully inscribed: "To Mr. Fred L. Black, With pleasure in the thought that for the man who made for me my Ford I've made, and here inscribed, this book. Rockwell Kent, August 1924." With recipient's bookplate. Laid in is a 8" x 7" black & white photograph taken out of doors of Rockwell Kent, Fred Black, and another unidentified gentleman standing in front of an airplane, all of whom are wearing suits with Mr ...
First Edition. One of an edition limited to 900 numbered copies signed by the author, Rockwell Kent. This copy is signed again as a presentation copy from Rockwell Kent, affectionately inscribed: "To my friend, pilot Fred Black from his apprentice, Rockwell Kent, 1930." Evidence of a removed bookplate on the front pastedown. Laid in is a 8" x 7" black & white photograph taken out of doors of Rockwell Kent, Fred Black, and another unidentified gentleman posed in front of a Stout Air Lines ...
First Edition. Illustrated. Fine in a fine dust jacket. A terrific collection of interviews with some of the greatest screenwriters of all time from drama to suspense to comedy, including W.R. Burnett, Philip Dunne, James M. Cain, Niven Busch, etc. With extensive bibliographic material, notes, and indices.
Description: First Edition-American. Signed by the author, Len Deighton. Uncorrected proof copy. Paperbound with the publisher's promotional notice stapled to the interior front cover. Lightly used, very good plus. read more
Publisher: Knopf, New York
Date published: 1949
Description: First Edition. The basis for the 1950 film directed by John Huston, starring Sterling Hayden, Marilyn Monroe, Sam Jaffe, and James Whitmore. Fine in a bright fresh neatly price-clipped dust jacket. read more
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin, Boston
Date published: 1929
Description: First Edition. Illustrated. The frontispiece portrait of stage and film actor and director William S. Hart is a color painting by famed Western artist, Charles M. Russell, given to Hart by Russell as a gift, showing Hart on horseback riding through a desert landscape (which is also the illustration on the front panel of the dust jacket). About fine in a very good lightly used dust jacket with some small chips and creases and fading at the spine. The memoirs of actor, director William S. Hart ... read more
Publisher: Overlook Press, Woodstock, NY
Date published: 1994
Description: Second Expanded Edition. Film director Peter Bogdanovich's copy with his autograph signature and ownership stamp. Signed by author, Peter Bogdanovich. Oversized. Illustrated. Fine in a fine dust jacket. A massive reference work on western films with more than 1, 800 entries, including production, critical, story line, and statistical information from early westerns like Destry Rides Again, western series of the 30s (e.g. Gene Autry's work), to classics such as Stagecoach, The Treasure of the ... read more
Publisher: Pantheon, New York
Date published: 1999
Description: First Edition. Signed by the author, Eric Idle. Very fine in a very fine dust jacket. A comic science fiction novel by the acclaimed member of the Monty Python comedy group. "Carlton is an adroidoid...who works for Aex and Lewis, two comedians from the twenty-second century who travel the outer vaudville circuit of the solar system know ironically as the Road to Mars." read more
Publisher: Knopf, New York
Date published: 1946
Description: First Edition. Small ownership address label and partially removed bookstore label, else very good with a quarter-sized dampstain to the cloth at the upper right corner of the front board in a very good lightly dust soiled dust jacket with some fading to the spine, some small chips and tears, and some light dampstaining. Illustrated with 8 full color paintings and 92 drawings by Miguel Covarrubias and 96 pages of photographs. With a color foldout topographical map, bibliography, and index. A ... read more