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    D.O.A. & Others Lot (United Artists, 1950). Uncut Pressbooks (3) (Multiple Pages, 11" X 17" , 7" X 15.5"). Film Noir.
    Starring Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland, Lynn Baggett, William Ching, Henry Hart, Neville Brand, Laurette Luez, Carol Hughes, Frank Gerstle, Michael Ross, and Jerry Paris. Directed by Rudolph Maté. Included with D.O.A. are uncut pressbooks from 711 Ocean Drive (Columbia, 1950), and Shield for Murder (United Artists, 1954). Unrestored pressbooks that display signs of use. May include light edge or handling wear, some page separations, soft corner bumps, very minor paper loss, pinholes, or unobtrusive stains. The cover of D.O.A is nearly separated from the rest of the book. Please see full-color, enlargeable image above for more details. Fine/Very Fine.

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    July, 2017
    9th Sunday
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