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Out of the Night

By Drummond, A.M. & Marvin Herrick

New York: Samuel French, 1928. acting edition. Staplebound. Very good - light soil to edges; one repaired tear on rear wrap.. Stapled wraps; 20 pp; teal wraps with black lettering Printed name as author is John Smith, but it is marked out and the authors' names, noted above, have been written in as authors. Published as "New York State Rural Life Plays." Titles of other titles in this series listed inside front wrap.


Long Time Coming And A Long Time Gone

By Farina, Richard

New York: Random House, 1969. First printing. Hardcover. Fine in Fine DJ; Clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; black cloth boards with author's gilt signature on bottom of front board; silver & gold spine lettering; red dye on top of text block; 268 pp; + 3 pp at rear not numbered; pop art type illust. of author designed by Eric Schmidt; rear dj is b/w photograph of Richard & Mimi Farina. Foreword by Joan Baez & notes by Mimi Farina; short writings, stories, poems, essays, & song lyrics provide a "...sort of autobiography...."


"Brother Rat"

By Monks, John Jr. & Fred R. Finklehoffe

New York: Random House, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good; no dj; some toning to interior of boards; light rubbing to corners; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; medium blue cloth boards with red & yellow decoration & lettering; 211 pp; deckled page edges; includes: Introduction by George Abbott who directed the first production,original cast listing including actors, Eddie Albert, Frank Albertson, & Jose Ferrer.


The Tale of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific

By Skouras, Thana, ed.

New York: Lehmann, 1958. First edition. Hardcover. Good. No DJ, as Issued; light soiling to boards; repaired spine damage; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 4 to; slick boards with photographs of the South Pacific production on both front & rear boards; end papers lists South Pacific awards; rear papers list cast & others who created the film version; unpaged; illustrations, photographs both b/w & color throughout.


The Ladies of the Corridor

By Parker, Dorothy and Arnaud d-Usseau

New York: Samuel French, 1954. Reprint. glued wraps. Near Fine in Wraps. glued wraps; 121 pp;+ set diagrams & several pages of other titles by the publisher; includes: property plot,light plot, music cues, and sound cues. Title comes from T.S. Eliot's poem, "Sweeney Erect." The theme is the wasted lives of women who live alone in small residential hotels throughout the United States. Walter Matteau appeared in the first production of the play in 1953.


The Complaisant Lover

By Greene, Graham

New York: Viking Press, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket; light wear to dj edges; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; red & black patterned paper covered boards with white spine strip; red spine lettering; 87 pp; red dj with white lettering. Hard to find in such a good condition.


Salt of the Earth

By Biberman, Herbert

Boston: Beacon Press, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Good + no dj; light soiling to boards; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. lg. 8 vo; gray boards with black spine strip; white title box & lettering on spine; 373 pp; inscribed by the author on the front flyleaf; includes Publisher's Note; frontis b/w photograph of Rosaura Revueltas as the character Esperanza Quintero; 16 pp. of b/w photographs and the complete screen play.


Charlotte's Web

By Robinette, Joseph (adapted from the book by E.B. White)

Woodstock, Il: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1983. acting ed.. paperback. Very Good in Wraps; p.o.'s name inside front wrap; all else-clean, tight, & attractifve.. glued wraps; white with illust. of Charolotte and the pig; 72 pp


Willy Velvet, Homiide Detective

By Wimberly, Robert L.

Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1956. acting ed.. Wraps. Very Good in Wraps; ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; no markings within the text.. green stapled wraps; 19 pp.


The Linden Tree

By Tashjian, Vahan

Boston: Walter H. Baker Co., 1949. acting ed.. Wraps. Very Good; ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; no markings within text; all else-clean, tight & attractive.. stapled wraps; 22 pp. + 2 pages of ads for other titles.


Midnight Cowboy

By n.a.

New York: Big 3 Music Corporation, c.a. 1969. Wraps. Very Good in Wraps; light rubbing to wraps; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 4 to stapled illust. wraps; 740 pp; words, chords, music, b/w photographs of John Voight and Dustin Hoffman, and music supervisors, John Barry and Toxey French; singers, Nilsson, Elephant's Memory, The Groop, and Lesley Miller/


When Men Reduce As Women Do

By Kicks, Otto

New York: Samuel French, 1948. acting ed.. Wraps. Good + in Wraps; light soil to wraps; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. yellow stapled wrappers; 34 pp; includes scene design.


Circus in the Wind

By Harris, Aurand

New York: Samuel French, 1960 (1949). acting ed.. Wraps. Near Fine in Wraps. orange stapled wraps; 43 pp; includes: properties and several pages at rear advertising other titles.


Division Street

By Tesich, Steve

New York: Samuel French, 1981. acting version. wraps. Very Good in Wraps; clean, tight, & attractive.. gray stapled wraps; 96 pp; includes property list, hand props, costume plot. First performance featured John Lithgow, Joe Regalbuto, Christine Lahti, et al.


The Mice Have Been Drinking Again

By Haubold, cleve

New York: Samuel French, 1970. acting edition. Wraps. Very Good in Wraps; light sunning to spine; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. light blue stapled wraps; 32 pp; includes property list & scene design.


When God Comes for Breakfast You Don't Burn the Toast

By Apple, Gary

New York: Samuel French, 1978. acting edition. Wraps. Near Fine in Wraps; clean, tight, & attractive.. tan stapled wraps; 29 pp; several pages at rear advertising other titles; includes property list and scene design.


Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

By Shanley, John Patrick

New York: Dramatic Play Service, 1984. wraps. Very Good in Wraps; some writing on rear wrap & creasing on front wrap; text is clean, tight & attractive.. blue stapled wraps; 40 pp; includes: property list John Turturro performed the title role in the first production & is listed as a cast member. A two character cast, man and woman, described as, "vilent and battered, inarticulate and yearning to speak, dangerous and vulnerable."


Why Teachers Go Nuts

By Powell, Preston

New York: Samuel French, 1963 (1935). acting edition. Wraps. Near Fine in Wraps. green stapled wraps; 24 pp; includes scene design; several pages of other titles at rear.


Film Makers on Film Making

By Geduld, Harry M. (ed.)

Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. very good; p.o.'s name in ink on front end paper; all else-clean, tight, & attractive./good+; light soil to dj edges; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; red cloth covered boards with small black illust.; black spine lettering; 302 pp; includes: list & filmography of contributors, introduction by the editor; illust. dj. Includes statements by Kenneth Anger, Michelangelo Antonioni, Ingmar Bergman, Luis Bunuel, Akira Kurosawa, Erich Von Stoheim, et al.


Melodies of Japanese Folk-Songs

By Hattori, Ryutaro (compiler) translated by Iwao Matsuhara

Tokyo: Nippon Times , 1950. Wraps. Very Good in Wraps; lightest chipping to wrap edges; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. unknown. purple wraps with delicate brush like illust; wraps bound with purple ribbon; 57 pp; double folded rice paper; includes map of Japan keyed to the locales where each song has been collected; a forword by Mr. Hattori discusses Japanese melody, singing style, and dialects; musical notations are included with songs; stunning illust. throughout.


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