London: Williams and Norgate, 1917. First edition. Original blue cloth, gilt, faded; pages browned owing to poor paper quality of the epoch, else a very good copy. Subtitled "Report and chief evidence taken by the Cinema Commission of Inquiry instituted by the National Council of Public Morals"
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New York: Leslie-Judge, (1916). First edition. Cloth backed boards, minor wear, spot on title page.
New York: P.F. Collier, (1927). First edition. Oblong folio, cloth backed boards. Hinges reinforced, slight wear to spine; a very good copy. Illustrated; biographies and portraits.
Chicago: Photoplay Magazine, 1916. First edition. Recent quarter cloth, original wrappers preserved. Text somewhat browned, due to paper quality.
Gallery Books (1985). Cloth, fine in dust jacket.
No Place: (1938). First edition. Cloth, with leather label. Fine. One of 800 numbered copies, signed by Baer.
New York: Putnam, (1942). First edition. Cloth, very good in dust jacket.
Wien / Leipzig: Deutsch-Österreischer Verlag, 1924. First edition. Original printed wrappers with expressionist design by Tibor Gergely. Slight wear. Scarce in this condition. Considered the first important book on silent film aesthetics. Viejo, Film Books: A Visual History, 3.4.
New York: Norton, (1938). First edition. Red cloth, fine, in slightly faded dust jacket.
Hollywood: Ben-Allah Company, 1926. First edition. Wrappers, 132 pp., Slight wear, near-fine.
London: Jarrolds, (1937). First edition. Cloth, slight lean; very good copy in lightly edge-worn dust jacket.
New York: Farrar, Straus, (1973). First edition. Cloth, fine in price-clipped dust jacket. The autobiography of D.W. Griffith's master cameraman.
New York: Dutton, 1924. First edition. Cloth, fine, ownership stamp. xx pages, 1 leaf, 168 pages frontispiece, 21 plates 20 cm. Although this book is frequently mis-catalogued, it was written not by the famous noveist Walter Bloem (1868–1952), but his son Walter Julius Bloem (1898–1945). The German edition “Seele des...
New York: Greenberg, 1949-1979. first editions. Volumes 1-5, plus 24, 26-7, 29-31, (1949, 1951-1954 (no issue appeared in 1950), 1973, 1975-1979). Cloth and boards, fine copies in dust jackets (a few jacket spines slightly faded).
London: Cape (1990). (1990). First edition. Cloth, fine in dust jacket.
New York: Cinema Magazine, 1936-1937. First edition. Issue 1: Folio, 11.5 inches x 14 inches. Cloth backed pictorial boards with cover portrait of Greta Garbo by Jaro Fabry. Light wear to extremities, very good condition. Limited edition, numbered and specially bound. With the publisher's presentation to Edward G. Robinson. Issue...
Paris: Gallimard, 1970. First edition. Wrappers, service de presse copy. 372 pp. Fine. Inscribed "pour Raymond Queneau avec remerciemnts (v.p. 310) de son dévoué Satrape et ami / René Clair". Clair and Queneau were both Satrapes of the Collége de 'Pataphysique. Queneau is quoted on page 310.
New York: Museum of Modern Art (1940). Kauffer, E. McKnight. Boards, slightly tanned, but a very good copy. First edition, Museum of Modern Art Film Library Series, no. 2.Cover design by E. McKnight Kauffer.
New York: Museum of Modern Art (1940). Museum of Modern Art, (1940). Kauffer, E. McKnight. First edition. Boards, fine, tissue jacket.Museum of Modern Art Film Library Series, no. 2.Cover design by E. McKnight Kauffer.
San Francisco: Collins, (1992). Ishioka, Eiko. First edition. Inscribed by Eiko to a Collins executive.Boards, as new in dust jacket.
San Francisco: Collins, (1992). Ishioka, Eiko. First edition. Boards, as new in dust jacket. Signed and dated 1992 by Francis Ford Coppola.
London: Gollancz, 1956. First edition. Boards, fine in dust jacket. Signed by the author, a producer and film writer, and inscribed to Lee and Ira Gershwin.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1937. First edition. Orange cloth, faded, else fine. 346 pp., illustrated. Bookplate and near contemporary acquisition note.
New York: Macmillan, 1915. First edition. Cloth, very good. Advance review copy with perforated title page.
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1901. Second printing. Original green cloth with pictorial insets, blocked in gilt, black, and white. Front cover lettering slightly marred but an excellent copy.