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1 (Swanson, Gloria). Hudson, Richard & Lee, Raymond GLORIA SWANSON
New York: Castle Books, (1970). Reprint. Hardcover. Near fine in a photo-pictorial dust jacket that shows one short closed edge tear to the front panel and two to the rear. Illustrated with many black-and-white photos. 
The life and films of one of the silent screen's most popular actresses who rose to prominence with director Cecil B. DeMille in such films as WHY CHANGE YOUR WIFE? and then was iconified with her performance in Billy Wilder's SUNSET BOULEVARD. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Green, Adolph & Comden, Betty, story and screenplay by SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
(New York, N. Y.): Lorimer Publishing, (1986). 085647116X / 9780856471162 First edition thus: a trade paperback in the Classic Film Script series. The screenplay was first published in 1972 by Viking Press. Trade Paperback. Tiny, negligible bump to a corner tip, else this is a fine, unread copy in slick, photo-illustrated, perfect-bound wraps. 
Generously illustrated with stills from the film, and with a chatty, informative introduction by Comden and Green, this is the brilliant, "exuberant and malicious" screenplay for "just about the best Hollywood musical of all time."--Pauline Kael. 
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