New York: Random House, 1939. Illustrated Boards. First Edition. First Printing. Unpag. Color & b/w ills. Cover shows Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket with their shadows looming behind them -- full color on a light brown background. Navy backstrip has yellow lettering on spine. Corners are bumped and rubbed. Some edgewear. Spine cloth rubbed at hinges, slightly sunned. Bright yellow eps have articles from the toy workshop in red surrounding Pinocchio. Rear eps lightly soiled. From the Collodi book, this is the movie version of the story of the mischievous wooden puppet. Illustrations. taken from the motion picture. Pages have an occasional light fingerprint. Very Good.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. Hard Cover. First Edition. 236 pp. Based on a story by Herman Bang that was then scripted as the movie "4 Devils" in 1928 and starring Anders Randolf, Barry Norton, Charles Morton, and Janet Gaynor. Novelized by Guy Fowler, it is the story of a group of aerialists, their lives, loves and tragedy. Light scuffing to dust jacket from shelf wear including a black smudge across the main title on front panel, minor chipping at edges, now in mylar cover. Red cloth covered boards with black titling that is clean and crisp. Interior crisp with light age toning to pages due to quality of the paper. Very Good / Very Good.
Los Angeles, CA: Warner Independent Pictures, 2005. Wraps. First Edition. Specially printed for distribution to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in consideration for the nomination for Best Screenplay. 98 page production draft shooting script for the film of the same name. Fine.
Los Angeles, CA: Douglas Fairbanks Picture Corporation, 1922. Wraps. First Edition. Unpag. Brown paper wrappers are lightly soiled. One stain from front cover bled through and soiled front end papers. Cover has pasted-on color still of Douglas Fairbanks in title role; lower left hand corner of which is chipped. Small blue ink stain, at bottom of page, to several pages at center of booklet. Otherwise, text is very good. Souvenir booklet with storyline and numerous sepia tint still photos (with captions) from film. Story by Elton Thomas; condensed version by Lotta Woods; directed by Allan Dwan. Very Good.