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Taschen, June 2015. Hardcover. Must-see movies: Get to know cinema's greats Take a journey through themakers and shapers of celluloid history.From horror to romance, noir to slapstick, adventure to tragedy, Western to new wave, this selection gathers thegreats of 20th-century cinemainto one indispensable guide to movie gold.The collection is arranged.....
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Raw Family, October 2001. Trade Paperback. Why do we overeat time and time again? Why do we make poor diet choices while we want to be healthy? What makes losing weight so difficult? These and many other vital questions are addressed in "12 Steps to Raw Foods" in an open...
Modern Library, January 1952. Cloth. Light shelf wear with some minor chipping at the ends of the spine. Mylar wrapped to preserve. Ex-libris plate on the front pastedown endpaper. Small stamp on the front free endpaper.
Fantasia, 1976. Soft Cover. Quarto No text on spine.
Art Le Sabord, 1999. Paper Back.
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Simon & Schuster, November 1992. First Edition. Oversized Hardcover. Foxing on first and last page. Date written in pen on front endpaper. No 3D glasses supplied (does not say if they were ever included).
Associated Magazine Contributors, Inc., November 1947. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Featuring 'Must Marriage Be for Life?,' a cover story by Margaret Mead and contributions by Herman Wouk, Nathaniel Benchley, M.F.K. Fisher, Irwin Shaw and Jean-Paul Sartre.
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MNCARS, January 2002. Hardcover. Yellow cloth. A little rubbed. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper.
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Penguin Books, January 1950. Mass Market PaperBack.
Mulder Holland, 1987. Hardcover. 12mo. Pictorial boards without jacket. Four pop-ups. In Dutch. Slanted spine.
Insight Editions, July 2013. Paper Back. Relive all the fear and excitement of one of the most popular movie sagas of all time with"Alien Saga The Poster Collection." The slavering xenomorph from the Alien movies has been stalking the big screen for more than thirty years now, leaving a trail...
HATJE CANTZ, January 2001. Oversize Softcover.
Harvard University Press, September 2002. Trade Paperback. If ever there was a polyglot place on the globe (other than the Tower of Babel), America between 1750 and 1850 was it. Here three continents--North America, Africa, and Europe--met and spoke not as one, but in Amerindian and African languages, in German...
Carroll & Graf Publishers, September 1997. Trade Paperback. The best American crime stories ever published anywhere in the world, the true pulp fiction of yesterday is available now in a single, inexpensive volume. This is crime fiction at its absolute best--written by such masters as David Goodis, Ross Macdonald, Craig...
Liveright, November 2015. Hardcover. At a time when the United States was involved in two wars against Islamic nations, American-born artist Sandow Birk wanted to understand the Qur'an as it is, and always has been intended: a universal message to humankind. But to do so, he first needed to comprehend...
Theatre Communications Group, May 2009. Paper Back. In celebration of American Theatre's twenty-fifth anniversary, the editors of the nation's leading theater magazine have chosen their best essays and interviews to provide an intimate look at the people, plays, and events that have shaped the American theater over the past quarter-century...