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Author Name    Turner, George E. & Price, Michael H.

Title   FORGOTTEN HORRORS: Early Talkie Chillers from Poverty Row

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Mild offsetting to all endpapers, tiny bump to upper corner tip of front cover, else near fine; in a photo-pictorial dust jacket with a faint hint of darkening to spine and rear panel, light wear and rubbing, faint vertical crease to front panel.

Edition   First edition. SIGNED and inscribed, with an illustration, by the late George E. Turner to front free endpaper.

Publisher   South Brunswick & New York: A.S. Barnes and Company, (1979).

Seller ID   28767.00

Illustrated with photo-repros of movie posters, stills and portrait shots, this is the history of shoestring "horror" films during the formative years of talking picture technology, where Poverty Row was a breeding ground for inventiveness and artistry.

Film History and Criticism. Horror Films. Signed.

Price = 100.00 USD



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