New Rochelle: Arlington House, (1976). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 4to. Quarter blue cloth over boards. In photographic dust jacket. A near fine copy in a very good DJ. Jacket lightly age-toned. Two small closed tears and minimal edgewear. Interior bright and clean throughout; binding tight. 544pp.
Abundantly illustrated look at Hollywood in the 1940s, a period that demanded "both escapist films and realistic war movies," due to WWII [flap]. (Inventory #: 18303)
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