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New York: Carroll and Graf, 2002. Hardcover. xvi, 239p., prologue, epilogue, author's note, Sal Mineo's credits in film, television, theatre and awards, index, illustrated with three glossy b&w photo sections, very good first trade paperback edition in pictorial wraps. Author Jeffers "knew Sal Mineo intimately during the last seven years.....
n.p. n.d. 8x10 black and white headshot of the actress, inscribed to Daphne [Muse], "Not everybody knows how to be a friend... I's grateful you does." Name signed in a different pen, most likely pulled from a pre-signed pile to be personally inscribed. May be from the mid-1970s, when Jones.....
Beverly Hills: Norah Sanders Agency, [1980s?]. 4-panel 8.5x11 inch headshot portfolio including 7 shots in b&w of the actor with physical stats and agency address and phone number, three-hole-punched, light wear. One of the first Hollywood film actors to come out as gay and also as HIV-Positive. Major force in.....
Los Angeles: Healthways, 1945. Magazine. 60, p., 5.25x8 inches, physique photos, anatomical drawings, very good exercise guide, digest size booklet in stapled orange pictorial wraps. Kline dedicates the work to his pupils in Hollywood, who included Gary Cooper, Randolph Scott, Bing Crosby, Cary Grant, Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray, William Holden.....
Taibei: Gaochuanzhen shiting 高傳真視聽社, 1996. 381p., wraps, text in Chinese. Taiwanese-American author Lee talks about his experience in southern California's music and recording industry and provides extensive technical information to anyone interested in following his path. Errata slip laid in.
[Beverly Hills and Desert Hot Springs]: 1949-1990s. White leatherette three-ring binder photo album holding thirty-one sheets containing sixty photos, mostly b&w 8x10 professional shots and film stills but also many candid b&w and color shots, three contact sheets of Mazursky as an actor in various costumes from around 1961-62. Also.....
Berkeley: Creative Arts Book Company, 2000. Paperback. 172p., 9x6 inch glossy pictorial wraps, good clean copy. A mystery novel about the Academy Awards signed by Los Angeles-based author, who at writing had been a costume designer for twenty years, first in New York, later in film and television.
Culver City, CA: [Cornelia J. Mitchell], 1935. 70p., several illustrations, stiff wraps edge worn with a previous owner's name on the front wrap, a little light pencilling. Front fold has torn away from textblock, rear hinge still sound. OCLC shows only two holdings (Library of Congress and Detroit Public Library).....
New York: Avon, 1979. 373p., personal inscription signed by the author, heavily-toned and rippled first edition trade paperback original, pictorial white wraps. Young 2750. The back cover mentions a mystery and a hilarious murder (?) but uncertain that this falls under the heading of Gay Sleuth. Not in Gunn.