LITTLE ME; THE INTIMATE MEMOIRS OF THAT GREAT STAR OF STAGE, SCREEN AND TELEVISION BELLE POITRINE.

Poitrine, Belle as told to Patrick Dennis (pseudonym of Edward Everett Tanner III). Cris Alexander (photographer).

Published by New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1961.
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First edition (per publisher's statement upon copyright page). 272 pages. Hardcover; H 26cm x L 18cm. Dust jacket well rubbed, strong creases and short tears along edges, white spine panel soiled with color fading to lettering, shallow chipping at spine and flap fold ends; dj now presented in a mylar Brodart protector. Red cloth with muted gilt stamped spine lettering. Some soiling and light toning to top edge and fore-edge. Slight splitting to binding evident towards spine head between half-title leaf and title page. Pictorial endpapers; b/w photographs throughout by Cris Alexander. The "autobiographical" ramblings of stage, screen, and television "star" Belle Poitrine which, if one is not up on their French, translates to "Beautiful Chest." Brilliant satire on the vanity of Hollywood and the shallowness of some of those endowed with fame and fortune. A good+ copy in a good dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: LITTLE ME; THE INTIMATE MEMOIRS OF THAT ...
Publisher: New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1961.

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Poitrine, Belle as told to Patrick Dennis (pseudonym of Edward Everett Tanner III). Cris Alexander (photographer).
Published by New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1961. (1961)
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Book Description New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1961., 1961. First edition (per publisher's statement upon copyright page). 272 pages. Hardcover; H 26cm x L 18cm. Dust jacket well rubbed, strong creases and short tears along edges, white spine panel soiled with color fading to lettering, shallow chipping at spine and flap fold ends; dj now presented in a mylar Brodart protector. Red cloth with muted gilt stamped spine lettering. Some soiling and light toning to top edge and fore-edge. Slight splitting to binding evident towards spine head between half-title leaf and title page. Pictorial endpapers; b/w photographs throughout by Cris Alexander. The "autobiographical" ramblings of stage, screen, and television "star" Belle Poitrine which, if one is not up on their French, translates to "Beautiful Chest." Brilliant satire on the vanity of Hollywood and the shallowness of some of those endowed with fame and fortune. A good+ copy in a good dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-10388

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Poitrine, Belle as told to Patrick Dennis (pseudonym of Edward Everett Tanner III).
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Book Description E. P. Dutton & Co, New York, 1961. Red Cloth w Gilt Titling. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Cris Alexander (photographer). (illustrator). FIRST EDITION, Second Printing. This 272 bawdy page offering is presented in the publisher's original red cloth with gilt spine titling. Both binding and text block are rock solid, but covers do have moderate bumping and a bit of fraying and thwe spne titles are sunned some. Original pictorial jacket is all there but does have considerable edgewear and chipping. Enough said of offerings which speak loudly for themselves. Acquire, enjoy, and share the pictorial endpapers and teasingly bawdy photographs throughout by Cris Alexander. The "autobiographical" ramblings of stage, screen, and television "star" Belle Poitrine which, if one is not up on their French, translates to "Beautiful Chest." Brilliant satire on the vanity of Hollywood and the shallowness of some of those endowed with fame and fortune. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 010250

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