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Ray Milland (Actor); Helena Carter (Actor); Roy Rowland (Director)

Published by Lions Gate (1999)

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From: Hang Fire Books (Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Lions Gate, 1999. VHS Tape. Condition: Very Good. VHS tape. Cardboard slipcase intact and uncut Will ship rewound, in a poly bag with plenty of padding for protection. UPC: 017153045000 Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 14 ounces. Category: Film & Media::VHS ; Inventory No: 026850. Seller Inventory # 026850

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Rowland,Roy (Director)-

Published by Dipenfa, (1967)

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From: Hijazo Libros (LOGROŅO, Spain)

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About this Item: Dipenfa, 1967. - PROGRAMAS CINE-COLECCIONISMO Cine Carmen. Seller Inventory # 98383

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Rowland, Roy (director)

Published by Warner Bros. (1953)

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From: Walter Reuben, Inc., ABAA, ILAB (West Hollywood, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Warner Bros., 1953. No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Vintage original 22 x 28" (55 x 70 cm.) half sheet poster, USA. Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, dir: Roy Rowland; Warner Brothers. What a piece of 3-D graphic imagery this is, with both Stanwyck and MacMurray bursting out of the screen! Stanwyck is presented far more seductively than her actual character (for which she was blonde), but that's what filmmakers felt it took to draw the audience into the theatre during this time when audiences started to stay home to take part in the new revolution: television. This was the third of four films Stanwyck and MacMurray teamed for -- their chemistry established with "Double Indemnity" nearly 10 years before. Though the Western was now exploring psychological themes, the script offered little challenge to these great actors -- but the 3-D effects had entertainment value. The art is quite fun and the poster, on linen, is in fine condition. It does not appear to have been folded. A few tears were addressed, including a very small one at the near bottom left edge and one inner tear above the "n" of "Moonlighter" in the title treatment and a small tear at the top of "K" in "Stanwyck." NEAR FINE. Seller Inventory # 10867

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Rowland, Roy (director); Anga Enters, Eleanore Griffen, Harry Ruskin (screenwriters); Craig Rice (novelist); Margaret O'Brien, Angela Lansbury, George Murphy, Phyllis Thaxter (starring)

Published by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA (1946)

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About this Item: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA, 1946. Draft script for the 1948 film. Copy belonging to Margaret O'Brien, who at the age of 9 played Flavia Mills in the film, with her name on the front wrapper in holograph pencil. After having been told her aunt's fiance has been traveling around the world, when in reality he has been completing a term in prison, Flavia (O'Brien) loses all faith in her family and God. Yellow titled wrappers, dated December 4, 1946, with credits for screenwriters Harry Ruskin, and Robert Nathan. Title page present, dated December 4, 1946. 141 leaves, with last page of text numbered 120. Mimeograph, with blue and pink revision pages throughout, dated variously between December 4, 1946 and January 14, 1947. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good bound with two gold brads. Seller Inventory # 140087

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Rowland, Roy (director); Frank Fenton, Ralph Wheelwright (screenwriters); James Cagney, Barbara Stanwyck (starring)

Published by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA (1955)

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About this Item: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA, 1955. Draft script for the 1956 film "These Wilder Years," seen here under the title "All Our Yesterdays." A steel magnate, played by James Cagney, is lonely despite having everything he could want out of life, so he goes searching for the son he gave up for adoption twenty years earlier. Cagney and costar Barbara Stanwyck both give compelling performances, and the chemistry between them is undeniable. Set in Detroit and a small town called Bufton. Blue titled wrappers, noted as TEMPORARY COMPLETE on the front wrapper, dated 11-28-55, with credits for producer Jules Schermer and screenwriter Frank Fenton. Title page integral with the first page of the text as issued, dated 11-28-55. 123 leaves, with last page of text numbered 121. Mimeograph, with white revision pages throughout, dated variously between 11-28-55 and 1-16-56. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus bound with two gold brads. Seller Inventory # 142482

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Rowland, Roy (director); Charles K. Hagdon (scenario artist); Sonya Levien, William Ludwig, Herbert Fields (musical play); Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Walter Piedgeon, Ann Miller, Jane Darwell (starring)

Published by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA (1955)

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About this Item: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA, 1955. Original scenario artwork by Charles K. Hagedon for the 1955 film musical, a somber and colorful scene depicting two men in a boat floating near the ice, with various others in cold weather suits floating in the water, heads just above the surface, around them. Signed by Hagedon at the bottom left corner. Archivally matted (no frame), with a description of the film in a die cut window in the matte just below the artwork. Gouache artwork 17 x 7 inches. Matte 22 x 16 inches. Near Fine. Hirschhorn, p. 347. Seller Inventory # 138053

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Rowland, Roy (director); Charles K. Hagdon (scenario artist); Sonya Levien, William Ludwig, Herbert Fields (musical play); Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Walter Piedgeon, Ann Miller, Jane Darwell (starring)

Published by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA (1955)

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About this Item: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA, 1955. Original scenario artwork by Charles K. Hagedon for the 1955 film musical. A bizarre image, showing a sailor with his gall, entering a cave that has bats, skeletons, a raven in the shadows, and in the distance a window outside of which appears a Dali-esque landscape. Signed by Hagedon at the bottom right corner. Pencil and gouache. 15.75 x 7 inches. Near Fine. Hirschhorn, p. 347. Seller Inventory # 138060

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