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illinois: Sourcebooks Inc., 2000. "Narrated by Robert klein, foreword by Alan Arkin, fiveword Dan Aykroyd, inword George Wendt, backword James Belushi, lastword Harold Ramis". Profusely illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 200 pages, square 4to, pictorial boards, dust wrapper. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Illinois: Sourcebooks Inc., (2000). Includes two audio CDs with Rare and Never-Before-Heard Comedy.
1934. 10 x 8 inches, no place, no date, circa 1934 -- a vintage photo of a seated Penner wearing a hat and with an unlit cigar between his teeth. He is holding a live white duck in his lap with its head resting on Penner's shoulder. Inscribed on the left side: "To Florence Monett Sincerely Joe Penner." Gently warped, but still in very good condition. Joe Penner was a major craze in Vaudeville during the Depression years of 1933.....
New York: St. Martin's, 2003. Profusely illustrated with color and black-and-white photographs. 359 pages, 4to, blue boards (corners bumped), dust wrapper (edge-worn with a small tear on the lower right front corner). New York: St. Martin's Press, (2003). First American edition. A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper; flawless interior.
New York: Cliff Street Books, 1999. 159 pages, 12mo, blue and beige boards, dust wrapper (gently creased and ruffled on the front). New York: Cliff Street Books, (1999). First edition. A fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Inscribed on the title page: "I love you* Charles Osgood, Carl Reiner. *seriously"
London: Samuel French, 1930. 158 pages, 12mo, black and rust-colored cloth-backed boards (small closed tears at the top of the spine; previous owner's book plate neatly pasted inside the front cover). London: Samuel French, 1930. A very good(-) copy. Presentation copy signed on the front free end-paper: "For Thos. R. Edwards who is the publisher all playwrights ought to have - With my very best regards - Lynn Riggs Nov. 7, 1930 New York."
Berlin: Benjamin Harz, 1923. 127 pages with rubricated text throughout. Short 4to, original gilt-stamped black morocco (spine faded to brown; joints worn but holding). Berlin & Vienna: Benjamin Harz, 1923. Limited edition - number 59 of 1000 copies signed by the author in pencil on the limitation page. This copy has an additional ink inscription from Schnitzler on front endpaper. A very good copy, internally fine. A handsomely printed book with typography by Lazarus Goldschmidt at W. Drugulin in Leipzig.....