The Cinema of Orson Welles

Bogdanovich, Peter

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15 illustrations. Text by Peter Bogdanovich. Published in 1961 on the occasion of the retrospective of Orson Welles's films (the first in the United States) at the Museum of Modern Art, 1961. ; Tight and clean. Solid binding. A touch of light reading wear, otherwise in Very Good condition. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. Scarce. ; 16 pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Cinema of Orson Welles
Publisher: Film Library of the Museum of Modern Art
Publication Date: 1961
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Good+
Edition: First Edition; First Printing.

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Book Description Il Saggiatore, 2016. Condition: new. Milano, 2016; br., pp. 576. (La Cultura). Orson Welles, indimenticabile maestro che ha letteralmente rivoluzionato la grammatica del cinema, dialoga con Peter Bogdanovich. "Il cinema secondo Orson Welles" è frutto di lunghi colloqui tra due maestri appassionati e consapevoli dei propri strumenti. Dal dramma radiofonico "La guerra dei mondi" ai suoi indimenticabili capolavori - "Quarto Potere", "L'orgoglio degli Amberson", "Otello", "Macbeth", "L'infernale Quinlan" e "Le campane di mezzanotte" -, Welles si è affermato come cineasta generoso ed enigmatico. Questa raccolta di conversazioni svela particolari inediti sui backstage dei suoi film, sulla vita privata e la personale visione del mondo: dai colleghi di Hollywood all'amicizia fraterna con Charlton Heston, dalle tecniche di recitazione agli amati giochi di prestigio, dai fumetti alla letteratura. Seller Inventory # 3177269

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Book Description Il Saggiatore, Milano, 2016. Condition: NEW. Milano: Il Saggiatore, 2016 9788842822615 809 576 p. : ill. col. b/n, indice, biografia ; 21 cm. Orson Welles, indimenticabile maestro che ha letteralmente rivoluzionato la grammatica del cinema, dialoga con Peter Bogdanovich. "Il cinema secondo Orson Welles" è frutto di lunghi colloqui tra due maestri appassionati e consapevoli dei propri strumenti. Dal dramma radiofonico "La guerra dei mondi" ai suoi indimenticabili capolavori - "Quarto Potere", "L'orgoglio degli Amberson", "Otello", "Macbeth", "L'infernale Quinlan" e "Le campane di mezzanotte" -, Welles si è affermato come cineasta generoso ed enigmatico. Questa raccolta di conversazioni svela particolari inediti sui backstage dei suoi film, sulla vita privata e la personale visione del mondo: dai colleghi di Hollywood all'amicizia fraterna con Charlton Heston, dalle tecniche di recitazione agli amati giochi di prestigio, dai fumetti alla letteratura. Seller Inventory # D0437054434

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Book Description La Cultura. Paperback. Condition: Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # G8842822612I3N00

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Book Description Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1961. Paperback. Condition: Very good. 16pp. Rubbed and foxed overall, else very good in publisher's stapled wraps. exc c. Seller Inventory # 35236

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Published by Film Library of the Museum of Modern Art; distributed by Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y
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Book Description Film Library of the Museum of Modern Art; distributed by Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. B0007EBTOU Dispatched within 2 business days. Seller Inventory # ZB0007EBTOUZ2

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Published by New York Film Department of the Museum of Modern Art - Doubleday 1961-1963 (1963)
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Book Description New York Film Department of the Museum of Modern Art - Doubleday 1961-1963, 1963. First Edition, First Printings. A set of the historic small film books that launched Peter BogdanovichÕs career of writings on film. His first book, The Cinema of Orson Welles (1961) was written to be part of the first career retrospective of WellesÕs own directed films to be held in America, and in turn lead to the long friendship between the two film directors. The Cinema of Howard Hawks (1962) was the landmark debut of taking Howard Hawks seriously as an artist in America. The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock (1963) looks back on HitchcockÕs amazing career at its zenith. Each book is paperbound, and in very good condition. Welles is 16 pages. Hawks is 38 pages. Hitchcock is 48 pages. Very scarce in a full set. Seller Inventory # 15664J

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