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MARION MACK (1902-89) US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin und Drehbuchautorin,Stummfilmstar, weibliche Hauptdarstellerin in Buster Keatons Filmklassiker The General

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From: Herbst-Auktionen (Detmold, Germany)

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About this Item: Zeitungsartikel mit Porträt,Widmung, Empfehlung, Datum, Unterschrift signiert. Seller Inventory # 7820

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KEATON, BUSTER

Published by Minneapolis, MN Single page, 8 1/2Ó x 11Ó September 9, 1921 (1921)

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About this Item: Minneapolis, MN Single page, 8 1/2Ó x 11Ó September 9, 1921, 1921. Original Typed Letter Signed by a Branch Manager of motion pictures distributor, Metro Pictures Corporation referencing the bookings of two Buster Keaton films. The letter reads in full: ÒMetropolitan Theatre, Watertown, So. Dak., Gentlemen, Wish to confirm our wire of even date in which we advised we were shipping ÔTHE SCARECROWÕ repeat booking, for your use Sept. 10th and 11th; we also booked ÔTHE SAPHEADÕ for your use Oct. 2nd and 3rd. Very truly yours, Metro Pictures Corporation, Al Fischer, Branch Manager.Ó The letter is on black and red printed stationery, with two creases from folding and two tiny tears, else fine. ÔThe SapheadÕ is Buster KeatonÕs first feature film and ÔThe ScarecrowÕ is one of his shorts. Seller Inventory # 18804E

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MARION MACK (1902-89) US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin und Drehbuchautorin,Stummfilmstar, weibliche Hauptdarstellerin in Buster Keatons Filmklassiker The General

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About this Item: GROSSFOTO (quer 4°, mit Buster Keaton, in 'the General ' (1927), EIGENHÄNDIG SIGNIERT mit persönlicher Widmung, Empfehlung, Datum, Unterschrift "To Ron wishing you a World of Peace MARION MACK 6/9/88". Seller Inventory # 18977

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Keaton, Buster und Joseph Frank "Buster" Keaton :

Published by Hamburg : Rüdel,

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About this Item: Hamburg : Rüdel, Postkarte. Original Photo Postkarte von Rüdel: Buster Keaton und Werner Schwier (Photo: Bethke), von Buster Keaton (1895-1966) bildseitig mit blauer Tinte handsigniert.- Sehr dekoratives, seltenes Stück des legendären Schauspielers /// Standort Wimregal PKis-P1 m/' Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 10. Seller Inventory # 189926

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Keaton, Buster

Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., New York, NY (1960)

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About this Item: Doubleday & Company, Inc., New York, NY, 1960. Hardcover. First Edition. VG in VG DJ, minor edge wear to both. DJ is price-clipped; INSCRIBED BY BUSTER KEATON (once) AND ELEANOR KEATON (twice 1962 and 1974) . One photo apparently had been loose, reattached with tape. Keaton signatures are not common. Two small stickers fep. ; Stated First; Black cloth; 8vo; DJ; Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 11896

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Keaton, Buster with Charles Samuels

Published by DOUBLEDAY & CO INC, GARDEN CITY, NY (1960)

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About this Item: DOUBLEDAY & CO INC, GARDEN CITY, NY, 1960. HARD BACK BLACK. Condition: GOOD. JACKET: SOILED DJ. ON FIRST ENDPAPER Presentation signed by BUSTER KEATON " To Wayne Robinson, I hope you like this, I did. Buster Keaton," inside covers and end pages soiled, black/white photos, top of pages slightly rippled, damp stain to top of dustjacekt on rear, dustjacket covered in mylar DATE PUBLISHED: 1960 EDITION: 282. Seller Inventory # 076866

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My Wonderful World of Slapstick: KEATON, Buster with

KEATON, Buster with Charles Samuels

Published by Doubleday, Garden City (1960)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Garden City, 1960. hardcover. Condition: very good(+). Dust Jacket Condition: very good. First. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 282 pages, 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper (edge-worn). Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To Lloyd Gross, I hope you like this. Buster Keaton.". Seller Inventory # 264897

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Keaton, Buster, with Charles Samuels

Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City NY (1960)

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From: ReadInk, ABAA/IOBA (Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City NY, 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good dj. Illustrated by (dj design) Remy Charlip (illustrator). First Edition. [spine slightly turned, front hinge unobtrusively reinforced by a professional paper conservator, otherwise just a bit shelfworn at the bottom extremities; jacket slightly toned at spine, small chip at top of spine, rear hinge split but professionally repaired, overall a clean and attractive example of this easily-worn jacket]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Buster Keaton on the verso of the half-title page (facing the title page). The inscription reads: "To Fritzie / My Queen, / From me, The King, / Buster." (The inscribee was actress Fritzi Burr, and the inscription is a reference to their joint appearance in the U.S. touring company of "Once Upon a Mattress" in 1960.) Billed as the "intimate autobiography" of the great comedian/filmmaker, it's one of those memoirs that manages to be both enchanting and infuriating, written as it was back in the day when many Hollywood autobiographies were unencumbered by such niceties as fact-checking. Still, as the personal testimony of one of the cinema's great artists, it more than deserves its inclusion in the noted bibliography "100 Books on Hollywood & the Movies." And to say that Buster Keaton inscriptions are uncommon is an understatement; although he was not illiterate -- a ridiculous notion floated by one of his less astute biographers -- he certainly was undereducated (he was being knocked about onstage by his father from the age of three, fer chrissake), and written documents of any sort in his hand are about as common as his on-screen smile. His art was brilliantly intuitive, and will endure for precisely that reason -- but a man of letters he was not. [Note that a cracked front hinge on this book has been unobtrusively repaired and reinforced by a professional paper conservator, and a similar repair performed on the rear hinge of the jacket.] Signed by Author NOISBN. Seller Inventory # 17752

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KEATON, BUSTER

Published by New York/Los Angeles 1 page, legal folio November 9, 1938 (1938)

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About this Item: New York/Los Angeles 1 page, legal folio November 9, 1938, 1938. A truly historic document signed by the author - actor, Buster Keaton using his full legal name, Joseph F. Keaton, in which he sells and signs away for $1000.00 all rights in Buster Keaton Productions, his company that produced and owned his great silent film masterpieces including Sherlock Jr., The General, Steamboat Bill Jr., Our Hospitality, College, The Navigator, etc. ÒThe undersigned, Joseph F. Keaton in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars.does hereby remise, release and forever discharge the said Buster Keaton Productions, Inc., its successors and assigns, of all claims, demands and damages of any kind whatsoever against said Buster Keaton Productions.assigns.any interest or share in the proceeds from the sale by Buster Keaton Productions, Inc., of its studio property.Ó Signed by Keaton and countersigned and sealed by a Los Angeles notary. By 1938, KeatonÕs film career was in ruins, and silent films were considered worthless. His production company started the long process of liquidation. The company was originally created for Keaton by Joe Schenck, his brother-in-law, on whom Keaton relied heavily for financial advice and direction. At the end of the silent era, it was Schenck who sold Keaton to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, forever ending the great period of KeatonÕs creative independence as a filmmaker. It marked the beginning of KeatonÕs rapid decline in the 1930s. In 1954, a chance meeting of Buster Keaton and Raymond Rohauer, a Los Angeles movie theatre manager and film collector, prompted Rohauer to begin the process of buying the rights left in Buster Keaton Productions and reviving the company in partnership with Keaton. Rohauer searched the world to preserve the surviving Buster Keaton silent films. Buster Keaton lived long enough see to the beginning of the revival of his great reputation at the Venice Film Festival in 1965 receiving a twenty minute standing ovation. Seller Inventory # 11399J

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