New York: Random House. Very Good+. (c.1936). Later Printing. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [nice clean, solid copy; some browning/discoloration to spine cloth] (woodcuts) The hit play that introduced the "Dead End Kids" and became the basis for the 1937 William Wyler film with Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney and Humphrey Bogart. The three Julian Wehr wood engravings are beautiful, dark and very striking. . (Inventory #: 24778)
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