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The Trial of Billy Jack
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The Trial of Billy Jack

By LIEBLING, Howard

Los Angeles: Billy Jack Enterprises, 1974. Near Fine. First edition. Paperback original. Mass market paperback. Illustrated wrappers. Publisher's price on front wrap struck through in ink, pages a little toned else very near fine. Novelization of the movie script. Illustrated with still from the film.

$50.00

Wildfire

By GREY, Jane

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1917. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Illustrated by Frank T. Johnson. Very good minus/Poor. The dustwrapper has been repaired, but the original jacket is missing most of the spine and is ripped on the cover. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.

$18.00

Little Men. Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys
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Little Men. Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys

By ALCOTT, Louisa M.

Chicago: Goldsmith, 1934. Near Fine/Very Good. Photoplay edition. Cheap paper age toned else near fine in a very good dustwrapper with wear at the extremities and a few short tears. Jacket illustrated with a still from the 1934 film version.

$35.00

The Irresistible Lover ... Based on the Motion Picture Story
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The Irresistible Lover ... Based on the Motion Picture Story

By CAMPBELL, Evelyn

New York: Jacobsen Hodgkinson Corporation, 1927. Near Fine. First edition. Paperback original. Illustrated wrappers. Pages toned, as always, faint crease on wrappers, but a bright near fine copy. The film was directed by William Beaudine and featured Norman Kerry and Lois Moran. Wealthy playboy decides settle down, but is hit by a car and taken to the hospital, where several ex-girlfriends come to take care of him. Extremely uncommon. OCLC locates but two copies, and none in the U.S.

$375.00

Tracked by the Police Based on the Motion Picture Story with Rin-Tin-Tin and an All Star Cast
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Tracked by the Police Based on the Motion Picture Story with Rin-Tin-Tin and an All Star Cast

By COURTNEY, William B.

New York: Jacobsen Hodgkinson Corporation, 1927. Near Fine. First edition. Paperback original. Illustrated wrappers. Pages toned, as always, faint crease on wrappers, but a bright near fine copy. The film was a great success for Warner Brothers, one of the first to feature the original Rin-Tin-Tin, and helped save the studio when it was threatened during the period of their conversion to sound pictures. Extremely uncommon. OCLC locates four copies.

$350.00

Tracked by the Police Based on the Motion Picture Story with Rin-Tin-Tin and an All Star Cast
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Tracked by the Police Based on the Motion Picture Story with Rin-Tin-Tin and an All Star Cast

By COURTNEY, William B.

New York: Jacobsen Hodgkinson Corporation, 1927. Softcover. Near Fine. First edition. Paperback original. Illustrated wrappers. Very faint name stamped on titlepage, pages toned, faint crease on wrappers, but a bright near fine copy. The film was a great success for Warner Brothers, one of the first to feature the original Rin-Tin-Tin, and helped save the studio when it was threatened during the period of their conversion to sound pictures. Extremely uncommon. *OCLC* locates four copies.

$300.00

You Can't Beat the Law: A Gripping Story of Love and Adventure
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You Can't Beat the Law: A Gripping Story of Love and Adventure

By LOAN, H.H. Van

New York: Jacobsen Hodgkinson Corporation, 1928. Softcover. Very Good. First edition. Rubbed and repaired along rear wrap, else about very good.

$45.00

May Fair the Ace of Cads and Other Stories
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May Fair the Ace of Cads and Other Stories

By ARLEN, Michael

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1926. Near Fine/Very Good. Photoplay edition. Tiny tear at crown else very near fine in about very good dustwrapper with age-toning and a modest chip on the front panel. Front panel depicts a painting of Adolphe Menjou in the film derived from one of the stories in Arlen's best selling collection; the book is illustrated with still from the 1926 film.

$100.00

The Singing Fool
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The Singing Fool

By DAIL, Herbert

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition. Near fine in very good dustwrapper with a bit of age-toning and a few tiny nicks and tears. Photoplay edition novelized from the film with a jacket portrayal of Al Jolson on the front panel, and illustrated with stills from the film. Sequel to the first talkie, The Jazz Singer, and scarce.

$450.00

Say It With Songs
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Say It With Songs

By DE HAAS, Arline

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition, a photoplay edition. Near fine with some modest discoloration on the boards in very good dustwrapper with a series of small creased nicks and tears on the front panel. Novelized by De Haas from the Darryl Zanuck and Harvey Gates screenplay for the Al Jolson movie, his first all-talkie, in which he sings, among other songs, "Little Pal." Jacket painting of Jolson and his film family, illustrated with stills from the film. A nice copy.

$85.00

There You Are!
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There You Are!

By HERBERT, F. Hugh

New York: The Macaulay Company, 1925. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition (and photoplay edition). Frontispiece and jacket art by J.M. Clifton. Gift inscription, else very near fine in very good ,internally tape repaired dustwrapper with modest soiling and tiny nicks and tears. Illustrated with stills from the 1926 MGM film directed by Edward Sedgwick and featuring Conrad Nagel.

$200.00

Little Men. Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys
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Little Men. Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys

By ALCOTT, Louisa M.

Chicago: Goldsmith, 1934. Fair/Fair. Photoplay edition. Gift inscription, fairly large dampstain on boards, fair only in fair dustwrapper with smaller corresponding stains, and a chip at the bottom of the front panel. Jacket illustrated with a still from the 1934 film version.

$25.00

In the Palace of the King: A Love Story of Old Madrid
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In the Palace of the King: A Love Story of Old Madrid

By CRAWFORD, F. Marion

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1923. Near Fine/Very Good. Photoplay edition. A little sunning, near fine in about very good dustwrapper with some modest chipping, mostly near the crown. Illustrated with stills and jacket art from the 1923 film directed by Emmett J. Flynn and featuring Blanche Sweet and Edmund Lowe.

$50.00

Michael Strogoff: The Courier of the Czar
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Michael Strogoff: The Courier of the Czar

By VERNE, Jules

New York: A.L. Burt, [no date - 19]. Near Fine/Very Good. Photoplay edition. Owner's name front fly, near fine in very good dustwrapper with small tears and nicks, and with a scene from the 1937 film The Soldier and the Lady on the front panel.

$75.00

The Squaw Man
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The Squaw Man

By FAVERSHAM, Julie Opp

New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1931. Fine/Near Fine. Photoplay edition. Adapted from the play by Edwin Milton Royle. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper with minor wear. Illustrated with scenes from film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and featuring Warner Baxter and Lupe Velez. Mac Tey jacket art.

$85.00

Tonight or Never
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Tonight or Never

By BROWNE, Lewis Allen

New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1931. Near Fine/Good. First edition, and photoplay edition. Novelized by Browne from a playscript for David Belasco's stage success. Endpapers a little toned, else near fine in good plus dustwrapper with two scrapes on the front panel, and some modest wear on the spine. Illustrated with stills from the Samuel Goldwyn 1931 film production directed by Mervyn Leroy and featuring Gloria Swanson and Melvyn Douglas. Jacket features a painting of Swanson.

$75.00

The Mistress of Shenstone
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The Mistress of Shenstone

By BARCLAY, Florence L.

New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1921. 7/29/2008. Near Fine/Near Fine. Photoplay edition. Trifle foxed, very near fine in an attractive, very good or better with some short tears at the edges of the folds. Illustrated with stills from the 1921 film directed by Henry King, and featuring Pauline Frederick and Roy Stewart.

$45.00

Four Sons: Photoplay Title of Mother Bernie Learns Her Letters
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Four Sons: Photoplay Title of Mother Bernie Learns Her Letters

By WYLIE, I.A.R. (Ida Alexa Ross Wylie)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. Fine/Near Fine. Photoplay edition and first edition. Fine in slightly age-toned, near fine dustwrapper. A photoplay edition of the Wylie's Mother Bernle Learns Her Letters, about a Bavarian widow whose four sons fight in WWI, one on the American side. The film was produced and directed by John Ford. We can find no publication history for a trade edition of this or other stories by Wylie in book form and suspect this is the true first edition, likely following publication in a periodical.

$175.00

The Movie Story of Tom Sawyer with Jackie Coogan Pictures
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The Movie Story of Tom Sawyer with Jackie Coogan Pictures

By (TWAIN, Mark)

Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Co, 1931. Near Fine. First edition. Color photographic papercovered boards. Illustrated with color stills from the Slightly rubbed and soiled, near fine. A nicer than usual copy.

$45.00

Call Her Savage
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Call Her Savage

By THAYER, Tiffany

New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1931. Fine/Fine. Photoplay edition. Illustrated by Lloyd Coe. A faint pencil name on the front pastedown, and a tiny label on the rear pastedown, else fine in fine dustwrapper with a short tear on the front panel. Illustrated with drawings, but the jacket features a great looking portrait painting of Clara Bow in the 1932 film directed by John Francis Dillon, and also featuring Gilbert Roland and Thelma Todd. A lurid and entertaining pre-Code film, but very much a product of its time: The always vivacious Bow plays a feisty Texas girl who cannot fit into society, is reduced to prostitution, and only finds happiness when she discovers she is part Indian (explaining her savage nature), returns to her people, and marries within her kind.

$350.00

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