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1998. 9.5 x 7.5-inch color head shot of a topless Cruise, dripping wet from a dip in the ocean, staring dreamily at the camera -- no place, no date, circa 1998. Boldly signed across his tan, toned body. Double-matted in blue and light brown and set in a wide darker brown frame measuring 18.25 x 16 inches. Fine condition. American actor.
1977. 1 page on personal stationery, 10.5 x 7.25 inches, no place, November 9, 1977. In this jovial letter, which includes five handwritten words, Cukor talks about mutual acquaintances in the entertainment industry and discusses his plans for upcoming projects, in part: "This is the life! What a racket - this writing reviews, biographies -- and cleaning up. Boy, it's lucky for you that I didn't find out how easy it is - I'd've gone after Ethel Merman myself. But.....
New York: Scribner, 1976. Frontispiece with a few b/w illustrations. 274pp. 8vo, tan cloth-backed boards, edgeworn and torn d.w. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1976). Some fading on boards, still a very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. The Hollywood Years of Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Nathanael West, Aldous Huxley & James Agee.
Cologne: Taschen, 2002. Edited by Steve Crist & Shirley Ellis de Dienes. Numerous photographic illustrations. Small folio, white silk (slight soiling on the back cover) with a large photographic image on the front cover. (Cologne): Taschen, (2002). A very good copy. Unusual photographs rarely seen of Marilyn Monroe. The text is printed in silver.
1935. 10 x 8 inches including a half-inch white border, no place, circa 1935. This black-and-white half-portrait depicts de Forest with deep-set, shadowed eyes and a handsome, knowing smile. Inscribed with excellent contrast on the right side: "To Dr. Alfred Kaiser from Lee de Forest." Faint creasing; near fine condition. American inventor and technical innovator in radio, film, and television.
New York: 1910. 1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, New York, The De Mille Company, Authors' Representative, December 31, 1910, at a time when he was a theatrical agent and bit actor on Broadway, to noted American playwright Augustus Thomas, attempting to secure the United Kingdom rights for two of his plays, in full: "You may remember some time last Summer I spoke to you regarding the English rights for "THE WITCHING HOUR" and "ARIZONA." I am under the impression.....