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    Master reference archive of (23) large binders of film stills from Debbie Reynolds' research department. (Various, 1920s-1990s) Massive master working-reference file of approx. 8 x 10 in. film scenes and portraits (1700+) from the archive of the Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Studio Museum, arranged alphabetically in (23) large 3-ring binders. A thorough mix of vintage originals with reissues and reprints of varying quality, including many high-quality Academy Library master reprints. A few notable titles which appear to be at least partially represented by originals are: Salome (1953), Santa Fe Trail, Scarlet Street, Seconds, Secrets of a Secretary, Sergeant York, Sign of the Cross, The Smiling Lieutenant, Sudan, Sunset Boulevard, Sound of Music, The Spoilers (1930), Stage Door, Stanley and Livingstone, Straight-Jacket, and all these just in two 'S' binders; similar representation is found throughout the alphabet. An extraordinary cross-section of the history of the American cinema. (Important note: the approximated total count on this unusual lot is deliberately under-estimated). Very fine. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    May, 2014
    17th Saturday
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