THE BIG SLEEP (Original Vintage 8x10 Publicity Still from the 1946 Warner Brothers' Film Adaptation Featuring a Scene in which Humphrey Bogart, as Philip Marlowe, Pretends to be a "Book Collector")

Chandler, Raymond (Howard Hawks, Director) (William Faulkner, Screenwriter)

Published by Warner Brothers, 1946
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Chandler, Raymond. THE BIG SLEEP. Original 8" x 10 1/4" vintage single-weight glossy black & white publicity still photograph from the 1946 Warner Brothers Studios adaptation of Chandler's most famous novel, one of the most famous exemplars of American Film Noir. Directed by Howard Hawks from a screenplay by William Faulkner, Lee Brackett & Jules Furthman. This shot features Humphrey Bogart pretending to be a book collector as he seeks clues from equally fake bookseller Sonia Darrin at Geiger's Book Shop. The photograph is just slightly age-toned and in Very Good to Fine condition with only the most minor of blemishes. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: THE BIG SLEEP (Original Vintage 8x10 ...
Publisher: Warner Brothers
Publication Date: 1946
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Very Good

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Chandler, Raymond (Howard Hawks, Director) (William Faulkner, Screenwriter)
Published by Warner Brothers, Burbank, Ca (1946)
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Book Description Warner Brothers, Burbank, Ca, 1946. Book Condition: Very Good. Original 8" x 10 1/4" vintage single-weight glossy black & white publicity still photograph from the 1946 Warner Brothers Studios adaptation of Chandler's most famous novel, one of the most famous exemplars of American Film Noir. Directed by Howard Hawks from a screenplay by William Faulkner, Lee Brackett & Jules Furthman. This shot features Humphrey Bogart pretending to be a book collector as he seeks clues from equally fake bookseller Sonia Darrin at Geiger's Book Shop. The photograph is just slightly age-toned and in Very Good condition with only the most minor of blemishes. Photograph. Bookseller Inventory # 002358

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