by Mank, Gregory William, James T. Coughlin, and Dwight D. Frye
Baltimore: Luminary Press. Fine. 2003 (c.1997). Later Printing. Softcover. 978-1-887664-11-0 . [as new, with no discernible wear]. Trade PB (B&W photographs) "The dramatic rise and fall of the actor who won immortality as the giggling Renfield of 'Dracula' and the sadistic hunchbank of 'Frankenstein.' Authorized by Dwight's son Dwight David, the book includes detailed information of Frye's early stage work, his Broadway triumphs, and his ghoulish typecasting in Hollywood -- which ironically assured him a posthumous cult status among horror film disciples." [PRINTING NOTE: The last page bears the information "Made in the USA / Lexington, KY / 20 March 2011"; in other words, despite the "2nd printing, 2003" statement on the copyright page, this is in fact a later "printing" (probably on-demand) of the book.] . (Inventory #: 21253)
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