FOX: A STANDARD OF BUSINESS IN THE REALM OF ENTERTAINMENT [1926] Studio exhibitor book

$950.00

Vintage original studio exhibitor book, 15 3/4 x 9 1/2″ (40 x 24 cm.), about 120 pp., cloth-backed boards with embossed label on front cover, very minor bumping to covers, free endpapers have toning but an overall nice example, complete and with bright colors, with various sepia-toned and also color plates tipped in, as well as some full-page and double-page color plates, near fine.

Such illustrious directors as John Ford, Friedrich Murnau, Raoul Walsh and Howard Hawks get pages devoted to them and to such films as Hangman’s House, Mother Machree (Ford), What Price Glory (Walsh) and Fig Leaves (Hawks). Westerns were a staple at Fox in the 1920s, as evidenced by double-page spreads in rich full color devoted to the movies of Buck Jones and Tom Mix.

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