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Cyrus H K Curtis

Published by Curtis Publishing Co, Philadelphia, PA (1933)

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About this Item: Curtis Publishing Co, Philadelphia, PA, 1933. Paperback. Condition: Good. 1st edition. The Saturday Evening Post Vol 206 No 18 October 28, 1933 by Cyrus H K Curtis. Published by Curtis Publishing Co, Philadelphia, PA, Oct 1933. Weekly Edition. Paperback. Folio. Condition: Good. Top corners creased thru pg 21, outside corners missing on front cover, content excellent. 64 Pgs. Short stories by Bruce Gould and Beatrice Blackmar; Booth Tarkington; James Warner Bellah; and Mary Hastings Bradley. Articles by Guido Gatti-Casazza; Wesley Stout; Red Grange and George Dunscomb; David Lawrence; and Katharine Dayton. Back cover has full page advertisement for Coca-Cola with Joan Crawford, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Star in ''The Dancing Lady''. Description text copyright 2008 BooksForComfort. Item ID 17216. book. Seller Inventory # 17216

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Bellah, James Warner

Published by A.L. Burt Company, NY (1932)

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About this Item: A.L. Burt Company, NY, 1932. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Hardcover, VERY GOOD, beautiful red cloth, First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" 281 pages. name on fep. Tight, clean, square binding. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 023289

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Bellah, James Warner

Published by Farrar and Rinehart, Inc. (1932)

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About this Item: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1932. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Previous owner name to front endpaper in pencil, previous store price in pencil. Moderate rubbing to cover edges and corners with light fraying at corners. Some sunning to spine. Edges of both covers have staining. FR colophon on copyright page, indicating first edition. Used Book. Seller Inventory # 017367

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Bellah, James Warner

Published by Farrar & Rinehart (1932)

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About this Item: Farrar & Rinehart, 1932. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. This is a rare book and in good condition for it's age it has a black stain approx. 4 in long by 1/4 high. The spine is faded, a little shelf wear and age tanning - a good collectors copy. A novel of a young dancer as she worked her way up from burlesque to broadway and the 4 men who lovedher. Seller Inventory # 002419

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BELLAH, James Warner

Published by Burt, New York (1932)

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About this Item: Burt, New York, 1932. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Reprint. Fine in a very good dustwrapper with some chipping. Seller Inventory # 53425

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Bellah, James Warner

Published by A.L. Burt Company (c.1932), New York (1932)

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About this Item: A.L. Burt Company (c.1932), New York, 1932. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good dj. Reprint. [quite a decent copy, light foxing to fore-edge, spine very slightly turned; jacket has a few tiny chips along top edge, minor soiling to rear panel, itsy-bitsy hole near right edge of front panel]. Gotta Dance!! The story of a child of the tenements, a born hoofer who "stepped and stamped her way through the night clubs and the burlesque wheel to Broadway glory," attracting all sorts of men along the way -- the vaudeville small-timer who discovered her, the hard-drinking tabloid newspaperman, the theatrical impresario, the millionaire playboy. Basis for the 1933 MGM film starring Joan Crawford, notable for the film debut of both Fred Astaire and early film appearances by both Nelson Eddy and the Three Stooges! (Not as a team -- but what an act that would have made, eh?). Seller Inventory # 21610

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Lawson, John Howard [screenwriter]:

Published by Culver City: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2 March 1933. (1933)

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About this Item: Culver City: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2 March 1933., 1933. [1],141 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in studio wrappers, with printed label. Light discoloration at top fore-corner edges of a few leaves, some corner creases, upper wrapper has clean tears at brads, but a very good copy. An important and early script by the dramatist/screen-writer, dating from the year he assumed the presidency of the Screenwriter's Guild. Although denoted a "Dialogue Continuity," it is actually a formal, preproduction script. The final script for this film, adapted from the novel by James Warner Bellah, was credited to Allen Rivkin and P.J. Wolfson, with Robert Benchley and Zelda Sears being recorded as having uncredited participation. This draft, which is wholly the work of Lawson, is at considerable variance from the adaptation that was finally filmed, including such substantial differences as a five page prologue that does not appear in the film in which Lawson sets up the lead character's early life in considerable poverty, establishing that dancing was for her the only possible way out of a dead- end life. In other instances, Lawson's script evidences touches of depression-era social consciousness that were evidently rejected in the final conception of the film. The 1933 David O. Selznick production was directed by Robert Leonard, and starred Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Franchot Tone, Fred Astaire, Nelson Eddy, and in one of their earliest appearances in a major film, the Three Stooges. It is possible that MGM, in search of a film that would be a distraction from the grim economic conditions of 1933 rather than a film that injected that reality into the fantasy merchants' product, essentially rejected Lawson's script, in whole or in large part, and proceeded with the lighter adaptation that was finally produced. The upper wrapper and label are stamped "Vault Copy," and laid in front is a small, unexecuted slip, intended to record the receipt by a reader or studio employee of this copy from Lawson. As a preliminary adaptation, and a rejected one at that, it is unlikely that many copies of this script were produced, and probable that very few of those that were produced were preserved. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT 56565

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