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Art- Film and Video Used Books - Here are the latest additions to the Art- Film and Video category of the Mary Ward Used Books catalogue


Marilyn Monroe by Janice Anderson


Deans International Publishing, 1983, exclusively for W H Smith: decorative hardcover with matching dust jacket: approximately 9.25 x 12andquot; tall: 192 pages including index: illustrated in black and white and colour throughout: some full-page plates. Synopsis: Heavily illustrated with film stills and photographs of her offscreen life, this pictorial biography contains an informative text detailing the development of Marilyn Munro, both as a person and a star. Conditions very clean and in good overall.

Halliwell's Film and Video Guide 2001 16th edition revised and updated by John Walker- editor


Harper Collins 2000, first of the 16th edition: card cover: approximately 21 x 27 cm tall: 936 pages including lists of four-star and three-star films by title and year by year, and omitted films. Synopsis: More than 23,000 alphabetically arranged film reviews with details including countries of origin, ratings, running times, assessments, years of release, synopsis, suitability for family viewing, casts, alternative titles, publicity tags etc.etc. Condition: very clean and good overall

Running Time: Films of the Cold War by Nora Sayre


The Dial Press 1982: first printing: two tone hardcover; dust jacket: 242 pages: b/w photographs throughout. Synopsis: An examination of Cinema Productions of the 1950's, and their reflection of the fears and obsessions of this Cold War Period, with a background of the American Social Scene, and Hollywood's reaction to events. Condition: very clean and good overall

Hamlet The Film and The Play by Dent, Alan, Editor, Illustrated by Furse, Roger


World Film Publications 1948: black cloth hardcover: approx 7"x10" tall. Synopsis: A commemorative edition of Shakespeare's Hamlet linked with the Two Cities film of the play. The volume includes a foreword by Sir Lawrence Olivier; A chapter on text -editing a work of Shakespeare with particular reference to Hamlet by Alan Dent: a reproduction of a close-up portrait of Sir Lawrence Olivier as Hamlet, and 38 b/w plates ( many full-page) of stills and portraits from the film; drawings by Mr. Furse; the complete text of the play with some of Lawrence Olivier's directions from the film script; and cast and production lists. Condition: no dust jacket;corners and edges of spine bumped: slight marking to cover: overall clean, firm and good

The Complete Book Of Amateur Film Making by Philip Grosset


Practical advise on making films. 217 pages in Good Clean condition

The Photographs of Chachaji by Ved Mehta


237 pages on the making of a documentary film . Price corner removed. Slight stressing to dust cover upper edge.

The Movie Greats by Barry Norman
Book Club edition 317 pages in Very Good condition -edges of dust cover slightly stressed