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    Film Daily Year Book of Motion Pictures (Film and Television Daily, 1937). Hardcover Book (1264 Pages, 6.5" X 9.5") Miscellaneous.
    The film trade almanacs and annuals were among the best industry guides the reader had to the workings of the motion picture industry, because they were produced for the industry and had huge contributions from that industry, that include the performers, filmmakers, studios, technicians and services, who supplied vital information to these reference sources. Films and industry notables include Henry Hathaway, Al Jolson, Dorothy Lamour, Ida Lupino, Robert Cummings, Walter Wanger, Walt Disney's Silly Symphony shorts, Mutiny on the Bounty, That Woman's Touch, The Prisoner of Zenda, and The Great Ziegfeld, An unrestored hardcover book that displays signs of average wear and use, including signs of age, edge and spine wear, cracked spine, tears, spine separations, stains, surface rippling, fused pages, paper lifts, surface scuffs, and loose pages. It is most likely in need of some degree of work or restoration, or may have major or minor restoration. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Good/Very Good.


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