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Image for The Emperor Jones with a Study Guide for the Screen Version of the Play.

The Emperor Jones with a Study Guide for the Screen Version of the Play.

By: O'Neill, Eugene. Study Guide by William Lewin & Max J. Herzberg.

Price: $7.50

Publisher: New York., Appleton-Century-Crofts.: [c1949].

Edition: Student's Edition.

Seller ID: 12928

Condition: Very good in pictorial wrappers. Stamped Teacher's Desk Copy. Light underlining & one inked note. Book is square & tight. Light shelf wear to wrappers.


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Paradise Lost.

By: Odets, Clifford.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: New York., Random House.: 1936.

Edition: First Edition. Laid in contemporary review by Kenneth Burke from The New Republic and what looks like a cutting from Daily Variety regarding Mr. Odet

Seller ID: 10663

Condition: Near fine in fine dust jacket. Browning on front endpapers due to laid in clippings. Former owner's signature on front pastedown mostly hidden by jacket flap. A very nice copy.


Black & white frontispiece of scene from original production. Cast included Morris Carnovsky, Stella Adler, and Elia Kazan as Kewpie. Staged by Harold Clurman with his introduction. View more info

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Plays For England: The Blood of the Bambergs and Under Plain Cover.

By: Osborne, John.

Price: $9.50

Publisher: New York., Criterion Books.: 1964.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 11411

Condition: Near very good in fair dust jacket. Interior tight and clean. Rubbing to top and bottom board edges. Jacket intact but heavily worn with several abrasions.


The first performance in Great Britain of Plays for England was given at the Royal Court Theatre, London, on 19th July 1962. John Dexter direct The Blood of the Bambergs and Jonathan Miller Directed Under Plain Cover. View more info

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The French Lieutenant's Woman: A Screenplay.

By: Pinter, Harold. Fowles, John (Foreword).

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Boston., Little, Brown & Co.: 1981.

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 10438

Condition: Ex Libary. Stamps on top edge and front free endpaper. No pocket but glue residue from sheet removal on front free endpaper. Tape removed with damage to boards. Jacket fine. Spine slant. A very nice reading copy.


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The Western Films of John Ford.

By: Place, J. A.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Secaucus, N.J., Citadel Press.: (1973).

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 15221

Condition: Good lacking dust jacket. Boards rubbed. Interior clean in solid binding.


A chronological look a the John Ford westerns. Starts with the silent "Straight Shooting" & "The Iron Horse." With the classics "Stagecoach," "My Darling Clementine," "Fort Apache," and "The Searchers." Through "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," & "Cheyenne Autumn." Black & white photos & illustrations throughout. View more info

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Can-Can. The Playbill for the Sam S. Shubert Theatre.

By: Porter, Cole (Music & Lyrics). Book & Direction by Abe Burrows. Dances & Musical Numbers staged by Michael Kidd.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York., Week of November, 9, 1953.

Seller ID: 14807

Condition: Very good with light rubbing to illustrated wraps. Interior bright with illustrations & period adverts (Rhonda Fleming for Chesterfields & Bergdorf Goodman Canadian Wild Mink). Cast change erratum laid in for role of the Judge. Also flier for Victor Borge "Comedy In Music" at the Golden Theatre laid in.


Original run. Produced by Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin. Starred Lilo & Peter Cookson with Hans Conried & Gwen Verdon. View more info

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The Living Theatre.

By: Rice, Elmer.

Price: $8.50

Publisher: New York., Harper & Brothers.: 1959.

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 11330

Condition: Near fine in good+ dust jacket. Book is square, tight and clean with no interior markings. Very light dust soil to top edge. Jacket rubbed and edge worn with small chips at head of spine.


Rice's appraisal of the mid-century theatre. "Loaded with information and theatrical lore." View more info

Image for Three Plays: The Hairy Falsetto, Streets of Confusion, The Man on the Bridge.

Three Plays: The Hairy Falsetto, Streets of Confusion, The Man on the Bridge.

By: Rodale, J. I.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Emmaus, PA., Rodale Books, Inc.: 1966.

Seller ID: 16669

Condition: Very good in pictorial wrappers. Wraps lightly soiled. Binding solid & text clean. Gift card from Rodale laid in.


Jerome Irving Rodale was an author. editor & a publisher. He is best known as the founder of Prevention magazine and for his promotion of sustainable farming. He is credited with coining the word "organic." He notes on the copyright page that these 3 plays are free non-royalty plays for small groups & schools. View more info

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When the Shooting Stops...the Cutting Begins: A Film Editor's Story.

By: Rosenblum, Ralph and Robert Karen.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York., Da Capo Press.: [1986].

Seller ID: 14508

Condition: Near fine in pictorial wrappers. Small bookstore stamp on dedication page. Minimal shelf wear to wraps. Interior clean in solid binding.


Memoir of the film editor & director. He edited five of the first six Woody Allen films as well as The Producers & The Pawnbroker. Both entertaining & instructive. View more info

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Script Continuity and the Production Secretary in Film and TV.

By: Rowlands, Avril Joyce.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Focal Press. Hastings House Publishers.: 1977.

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

Seller ID: 14514

Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers. Small bookshop stamp on half title page. Light dust soil to top edge. Book is clean with no interior markings. Binding solid.


Guide to "maintaining continuity of presentation in the making of a film; and co-ordinating materials and manpower in setting up and sustaining the production throughout." View more info

Image for Sartre's Adaptation of Euripides' The Trojan Women.

Sartre's Adaptation of Euripides' The Trojan Women.

By: Sartre, Jean-Paul. English version by Ronald Duncan.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York., Knopf.: 1967.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 12186

Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket. Book is very tight and clean with no interior markings. Light dust soil to edges. Jacket is bright with sunning to spine and closed tear at bottom of front panel.


Sartre adapted Euripides' great condemnation of war during the Algerian War. View more info

Image for Lettice & Lovage (Playbill).

Lettice & Lovage (Playbill).

By: Shaffer, Peter.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Playbill, Inc.: Nov. 1990.

Edition: Vol. 90. No. 11.

Seller ID: 13433

Condition: Light shelf wear to pictorial wrappers. Interior bright.


Playbill for the Ethel Barrymore Theatre New York production. Cast including Margaret Tyzack, Paxton Whitehead and Maggie Smith as Lettice Douffet. View more info

Image for Misalliance, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, and Fanny's First Play with A Treatise on Parents and Children.

Misalliance, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, and Fanny's First Play with A Treatise on Parents and Children.

By: Shaw, [George] Bernard.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York., Brentano's.: 1930.

Edition: Later printing.

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 15505

Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. A few penciled notes in the text of The Dark Lady of the Sonnets. Book is square & tight. Jacket edge worn with closed tears & chips. Striking photo of the author on front panel.


Inscribed: "To William Patrick (Slimey) Sweeney. From Smokey Tescher. The people WILL get to know Sweeney!" View more info

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There Shall Be No Night.

By: Sherwood, Robert E.

Price: $24.50

Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1940.

Edition: First Edition. "A" on copyright page.

Seller ID: 10553

Condition: Very good lacking dust jacket. Book is square and tight. Darkening to free endpapers and edges. Boards lightly soiled and rubbed.


Original production cast list included: Alfred Lunt & Lynn Fontanne with Richard Whorf, Sydney Greenstreet, Brooks West, Montgomery Clift, Thomas Gomez, and Phyllis Thaxter. Staged by Alfred Lunt. View more info

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How Sweet It was. Television: a Pictorial Commentary.

By: Shulman, Arthur and Roger Youman.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Bonanza Books.: 1966.

Seller ID: 8288

Condition: Very good in wrappers. Light wear to edges.


Early television in pictures. Black & white photos throughout. View more info

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Rewrites: A Memoir.

By: Simon, Neil.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York., Simon & Schuster.: 1996.

Edition: 2nd printing.

Seller ID: 11526

Condition: Near fine (with former owner's signature and date on front free endpaper) in fine dust jacket.


Black & white photo frontis of the playwright plus additional photos in text. View more info

Image for A Play on Words & Other Radio Plays.

A Play on Words & Other Radio Plays.

By: Sinclair, Lister.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Toronto-Vancouver., J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd.: 1948.

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 13674

Condition: Very good lacking dust jacket. Light soil to spine with light wear at head & heel. Else a nice clean and tight copy.


Twelve plays including the title play produced during the mid 1940's. Also includes All About Emily and We All Hate Toronto. View more info

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A Majority of One.

By: Spigelgass, Leonard.

Price: $17.50

Publisher: New York., Random House.: 1959.

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 14667

Condition: Light dust soil to top edge. Slight spine lean & wear to spine ends. Former owner's signature on front free endpaper & small letters next to first six members of cast list. Book is clean in solid binding. Jacket is lightly soiled & faded with chips at corners & spine ends. Price intact on front flap.


First produced by The Theatre Guild & directed by Dore Schary in 1959. Cast included Gertrude Berg, Ina Balin, Michael Tolin, Cedric Hardwicke & Bernard Hughes. Comedy set in Brooklyn & Tokyo. 3 photos from the production. View more info

Image for Plays: Comrades, Facing Death, Pariah, and Easter.

Plays: Comrades, Facing Death, Pariah, and Easter.

By: Strindberg, August. Translated by Edith and Warner Oland.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston., John W. Luce & Co.: 1912.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 12153

Condition: Boards bright with light rubbing. Light wear to corners & spine ends. Edges dust soiled with light foxing to top edge. Slight spine lean. Interior tight and clean with small tear on fore edge of front free endpaper.


Tissued frontis drawing of Warner Oland as Monsieur Durand in Facing Death. View more info

Image for Plays by August Strindberg: Creditors. Pariah.

Plays by August Strindberg: Creditors. Pariah.

By: Strindberg, August. Translation by Edwin Bjorkman.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1912.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 13456

Condition: Boards worn at spine ends & corners. Text clean and tight save for former owner's "EM" stamp on front free endpaper & title page to Creditors.


Both plays written in the winter of 1988-89 and were first performed by students at the University of Copenhagen. View more info