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    $20.00
    Cottage Grove: Velvet Light Trap (1976). 56 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. "Sex and Violence" issue, featuring an interview with Erica Gavin and Kenneth Moskowitz on A Clockwork Orange.
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    ADAM, Helen and William McNeil.
    $200.00
    [San Francisco]: Oannes [1963]. First edition. 12 x 5 inch flyer. Fine. Unfolded advertisement for the first, and it turns out only, screening of this film by Adam and McNeill at Robin Blaser’s Peacock Gallery. Illustrated with four stills, two on each side. A rare bit of ephemera from this experimental space, that existed for all of a month.
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    AGEE, James.
    $20.00
    NY: McDowell Obolensky (1958). First edition. 432 pp w/index. Very good plus in like dust jacket with overall edge wear and a few wrinkles. Illustrated with drawings by Tomi Ungerer.
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    ALLEN, Woody.
    $35.00
    NY: Samuel French (1969). First acting edition (later issue, with price-increase). 64 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers.
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    ANGER, Kenneth.
    $35.00
    NY: Dutton (1984). First edition. 326 pp w/index. Near fine in like dust jacket
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    ANKER, Steve with Kathy Geritz and Steve Seid.
    $250.00
    Berkeley: University of California (2010). First trade paperback printing. 4to. 351 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. A well-illustrated and comprehensive treatment.
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    AUSTER, Paul.
    $20.00
    NY: Hyperion/Miramax (1995). First edition. 290 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. Two screenplays by Auster with a preface by Wayne Wang.
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    AUSTER, Paul.
    $10.00
    NY: Picador (2007). First edition. 123 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original.
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    BALÁZS, Béla.
    $35.00
    London: Dennis Dobson (1952). First edition. 291 pp w/index. Near fine in very good plus dust jacket with one closed tear and two short tape-repaired tears. Translated from the Hungarian by Edith Bone.
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    BARSAM, Richard Barsam.
    $45.00
    Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press (1975). First edition. x + 82 pp w/selected bibliography & notes. Fine in full green cloth. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    BAZIN, André.
    $35.00
    Berkeley: University of California (1971). First US edition. vii + 200 pp w/index. Near fine in very good plus dust jacket with sunned spine, and light overall edge wear. Foreword by Francois Truffaut. Essays selected and translated by Hugh Gray.
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    BERGFELDER, Tim with Erica Carter and Deniz Götürk.
    $35.00
    London: BFI/Palgrave Macmillan (2008). Later trade paperback printing. xi + 291 pp w/index. Fine in illustrated wrappers.
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    BOETTICHER, Budd.
    $150.00
    Santa Barbara: Neville, 1989. First edition. xiii + 391 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Introduction by Barnaby Conrad, forward Bill Krohn, afterword by William K. Everson. SIGNED by Boetticher on the half title page, “Muy buena suerte. / Budd Boetticher.”
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    BOGDANOVICH, Peter.
    $20.00
    Santa Barbara: Santa Teresa Press, 1995. First edition. [14 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Bookseller James Pepper introduces this short memoir. One of 1000 copies printed by Graham Mackintosh. Issued as a holiday greeting by Bogdanovich, and the firm of Pepper & Stern Rare Books.
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    BORDWELL, David.
    $25.00
    Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press (1973). First edition. 83 pp w/bibliography & notes. Spine lightly rubbed and sunned, two sticker shadows to front free endpaper; in all, very good plus. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    BOULD, Mark and Sherryl Vint. eds.
    $25.00
    Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (2008). Volume I, Number 1. 191 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
  • BRAKHAGE, Stan.
    $350.00
    Berkeley: Turtle Island (1977). First edition. 289 pp. Fine in full black cloth with silver lettering to spine and front panel. No dust jacket, as issued. Essays by Brakhage with individual introductions by Robert Creeley (Melies, Griffith, Dreyer, Eisenstein), Edward Dorn (Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, Keaton, Vigo), and Guy Davenport (Dr. Caligari, Lang, Murnau, Dovzhenko).
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    BRAKHAGE, Stan.
    $150.00
    NY: Film Culture (1963). First edition. 4to. [84 pp]. Fine in unprinted corrugated covers with a small circular cutout in the front panel. Lacks the partial printed dust jacket. Entire issue devoted to work by Brakhage. Design by George Maciunas.
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    BRAKHAGE, Stan.
    $350.00
    San Francisco: Pasteurize Press (1975). Second edition. [32 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. Lacks the printed mailing envelope, and smoky unprinted mylar endpapers. Cover art by Michael Meyers (uncredited). Printed dedication, “for Robert Duncan and Jess.” Remarks following a screening of “The Text of Light” at the San Francisco Art Institute 18 November 1974. Despite the imprint, a Zephyrus Image production.
  • BRAKHAGE, Stan.
    $500.00
    San Francisco: Zephyrus Image (1975). First edition. [32 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. Lacks the printed mailing envelope. Cover art by Michael Meyers (uncredited). Printed dedication, “for Robert Duncan and Jess.” Remarks following a screening of “The Text of Light” at the San Francisco Art Institute 18 November 1974.
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    BUNUEL, Luis.
    $25.00
    Berkeley: University of California (2000). First printing of this US edition. xii + 265 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Foreword by Jean-Claude Carrière. Afterword by Juan Luis Bunuel and Rafael Bunuel.
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    CAMERON, Ian. ed.
    $35.00
    NY: Continuum, 1993. First US edition. 288 pp w/index. Fine in near fine dust jacket.
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    CAREY, Macdonald.
    $10.00
    Los Angeles: Bombshelter Press (1987). First edition. 36 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
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    CHARNEY, Leo and Vanessa R. Schwartz. eds.
    $20.00
    Berkeley: University of California (1995). First trade paperback printing. vi + 409 pp w/index. Faint foxing to page edges, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers.
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    CONSTANTINE, Mildred and Alan Fern.
    $25.00
    Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press (1974). First edition. 4to. xi + 97 pp w/index. Near fine in like dust jacket. Fifty-six posters in b&w, 16 in color, 17 film stills, other illustrations, and a bibliography.
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    CORLISS, Richard.
    $25.00
    London: BFI Publishing (1994). First edition. 91 pp w/bibliography. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
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    DORSKY, Nathaniel.
    $45.00
    [Berkeley]: Tuumba (2003). First edition. 54 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Dated (4/8/04) and briefly INSCRIBED by Dorsky with a small drawing.
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    EISENSTEIN, S.M.
    $17.50
    NY: Ungar (1985). First US edition. 59 pp. Pressure bumps to front cover, sticker scar and distribution sticker to rear. In all, very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Edited, with an introductory note by Jay Leyda. Notable too for reproducing Samuel Beckett’s 1936 application letter for admission to the Moscow State School of Cinematography.
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    ELIOT, T.S. and Hoellering, George.
    $50.00
    London: Faber & Faber (1952). First edition. 121 pp w/illustrations from the film. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Illustrated with 6 color plates and 48 pp of illustrations from photographs and illustrations in line. Gallup A29i.
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    ENSIGN, Lyne Naylor and Knapton, Robyn Eileen.
    $15.00
    NY: Stein & Day (1985). First edition. 256 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket.
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    FEIFFER, Jules.
    $45.00
    NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (1971). First edition. 117 pp. Very near fine in like dust jacket.
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    FOSSELIUS, Ernie.
    $35.00
    Westport: Michael Wiese (1988). First edition. 40 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. “Reel Values!” SIGNED by Fosselius.