[Edinburgh]: Edinburgh Film Festival. Very Good+. 1974. First Edition. Trade Paperbk. [nice tight clean copy, slight rubbing and edgewear to rear cover, text clean; binding fully intact, not always the case with this series]. (B&W photographs) Collection of essays on the work of the American director. Contents: an extensive interview with Walsh, conducted in Paris in 1972; three essays, "Walsh and Warner Brothers" by Edward Buscombe, "The Fugitive Subject" by Paul Willemen, and "The Place of Women in the Cinema of Raoul Walsh" by Pam Cook and Claire Johnston; a Filmography and a Selected Bibliography, both by Lynda Myles. . (Inventory #: 21973)
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