Octavo, cloth (hardcover), white spine label, gilt letters, xvii + 293 pp. Near-Fine, with light sunning along tips; in a Very Good dust jacket with sunning & light edgewear. From jacket: The glaring omission in cinema history to date is that most film historians have either disregarded the silent serial or dismissed it as not being worthy of record. But the American serial was an important part of the film industry for the period between 1914 and 1930; in fact, it was the mainstay of production for two major companies in the 1920s...Here Kalton C. Lahue has brough the serials to life again--with all of their excitement and suspense...
Fine in Good dust jacket. Hardcover with dustjacket, first printing as stated on copyright page, this is a review copy with the publisher's review slip present, book is in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws, jacket has a few edge-chips and some wear at the corners and spine-tips, the original price is present and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included.
Very Good/This Book Has a Dust Jacket. -------------Dark cloth covers, white spine label, book is 9" tall. Exlibrary book with no markings inside but scuff spot on spine of the dust jacket, and dust jacket is pasted to the book------------Book VERY GOOD CONDITION--dust jacket chipped.
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