Title: Tarzan and the Golden Lion
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Publication Date: 1924
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
333 p. This edition of this book is illustrated with scenes from the photoplay distributed by Film Booking Offices of America, Inc. There is some mystery to this: the silent film of the book, produced by Film Booking Offices of America, Inc., appeared in 1927, so either the film company sent out stills to market the film before its opening, or the publication date is incorrect. In any case, there are three photographs, printed on glossy paper. James Pierce (Burroughs' son-in-law) played Tarzan, the female lead was Jane Clayton; and the then unknown Boris Karloff was a native chief. Includes 12 p. of advertising for other G&D titles. Orange cloth hard cover, very good but for darkened areas on front and back covers (probably because the book was between bookends, other books, or some other acidic objects); the extremities are lightly bumped and there is a little ding at the lower edge of the back cover. The interior is fine. Bookseller Inventory # 011716EB14
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