BARTH, Cornelia (ed.).
Germany: Cantz Verlag, 1996. An art magazine from Germany this issue largely devoted to cinema. Essays by Grafe, Daney, Sokurov, Jost, et al. Illustrated with photographs. German/English text. Very near fine. Item #SKB-14460
BERMAN, Wallace, COLLINS, Jess, & HERMS, George.
LA: L.A. Louver, 1992. Exhibition announcement (a single sheet folded in thirds) for a show featuring the works of Wallace Berman, Jess Collins, and George Herms, illustrated in color with one work by each. Sheet laid in for a reading and film screening at Beyond Baroque in conjunction with the... Item #SKB-14823
[Dana Point, CA: Bruce Brown, 1963]. Pamphlet advertising films available from Bruce Brown's company BBF. First edition. Lists films such as Brown's "Slippery When Wet," "Barefoot Adventure," "Surf Crazy," and featuring a pre-release mention of his classic "The Endless Summer." Features photographs of surfers and articles on surfing by Brown... Item #SKB-14030
n.p.: Privately published, 1963. Features a photograph of surfers riding a huge wave and another of Bruce Brown with his movie camera over his shoulder. Printed in white, blue, and black. This 1963 film is a classic from the glory days of surfing. Creased where folded twice, tiny chip to... Item #SKB-13097
n.p.: Privately published, 1959. Features a photograph of surfers riding a huge wave with text printed in brown and black over the photo background. This 1959 film is a classic from the early days of surf culture before the scene was co-opted by mainstream society. Two old horizontal creases, minuscule... Item #SKB-13098
n.p.: Privately published, 1958. An early version of this poster announcing a screening at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. This copy is signed by Bruce Brown, surfboard designer Dale Velzy who produced the film and bought Brown the equipment that allowed him to make surf films, and Hap Jacobs, an award-winning... Item #SKB-14085
BROWN, Don & NOLL, Greg.
n.p.: Privately published, 1961. Single quarto sheet folded to make 4 pages. Cover illustration of a surfer riding a wave while it demolishes civilization---the back cover advertises Greg Noll surfboards. Signed by Noll below his ad. Inside there are advertisements for surf photos and other items offered for sale. Some... Item #SKB-13101
n.p.: Privately published, 1963. Features a photograph of a surfer wearing a suit and tie while riding a wave. Titled after the popular TV western Have Gun Will Travel, this 1963 film is a classic from the glory days of surfing (Surf Movie Tonite!, p. 38). One of the most... Item #SKB-13099
n.p.: Privately published, 1963. Features a photo of a sufer riding a wave. Printed in blue on white stock. As new (8.5" x 5.5"). Item #SKB-13102
n.p.:n.p., . Single folded sheet of glossy stock printing text and stills from the film. Fine. Item #SKB-12312
n.p.:n.p., . Ten stills from the film and advertising material enclosed in a printed folder from Cannon Films. Minor wear to folder, contents fine. Item #SKB-1464
n.p.:n.p., . Photos from the film, biographical texts about the participants, and an interview with Bukowski. Single sheet printed on both sides, folded to make a booklet. Fine. Item #SKB-1466
Berkeley: Creative Arts, 1976. Softbound. First edition. The basis for the film Heart Beat starring Nick Nolte, and an excellent insider's account of life with Jack and Neal. Near fine. Item #SKB-14669
CASSAR, Linda Nora & ALTMAN, Robert.
n.p.:n.p., . Boston mag devoted to cinema published by the Emerson Film Society. Interview with Robert Altman, articles on Jean Renoir, Phil and Rose Kaufman who directed The Wanderers, surrealist filmmaker Maya Deren, and James Toback, reviews of Hair, The Last Wave, and more. Illustrated with photographs. Touch of sunning... Item #SKB-13087
n.p.: Bailey Films, 1967. 16mm educational color film about LSD. Running time 18 minutes. Narrated by Sal Mineo (who also sings the song that plays over the credits!). Includes an interview with Sidney Cohen and others who declare how LSD can lead to suicide or insanity, a history of how... Item #SKB-13940
n.p.: Privately published, 1963. Features a photo of a surfer riding a wave, printed in dark blue on light blue stock. Early ephemera from the halcyon days of surfing before it went mainstream. As new (approx. 5.5" x 8.5"). Item #SKB-13107
EISLER, Hanns & ADORNO, Theodor.
NY: Oxford University Press, 1947. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. A seminal work on the subject. Fine in slightly spine-faded, very good plus dust jacket with some very shallow chipping to top edge. Item #SKB-9870
NY: Doubleday, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition of this novel that was made into an excellent film. Fine. Item #SKB-3317
n.p.: Privately published, 1963. Features a photo big wave surfer Greg Noll dropping into a hefty wave. Printed in blue and black against a white background with nice jagged typography (Surf Movie Tonite!, p. 37). An important poster from the "first-wave" of surf films. Very fine (approx. 11" x 14"). Item #SKB-13103
[London]: Lorrimer Films, . Softbound. The correct first edition. Poems and photographs from Peter Whitehead's film of the landmark poetry reading at the Royal Albert Hall in 1965, a historic gathering of the Beat underground. Cover photograph of Ferlinghetti reading. Includes Ginsberg, Trocchi, Corso, Ferlinghetti, Voznesensky, et al. Minor sunning... Item #SKB-13
GODDARD, Jean-Luc, WENDERS, Wim; & WELLS, Orson et al.
Archive of magazines devoted to film including Wide Angle, Film Quarterly, Films in Review, Films and Filming, and more.
Various publishers: various places, late 1960's through late 1980's. Included are the following: a) 24 issues of Film Quarterly (1960's -1980's) b) 13 issues of Wide Angle (1970's -1980's) c) 49 issues of Films in Review (1980's) d) 4 issues of Film Society Review (1960's) e) 5 issues of Film... Item #SKB-15983
n.p.: Fantod, 1971. Pamphlets. First editions. Limited to 500 copies. Each book is inscribed to noted actor and film director, Paul Bartel ("For Paul"), and each is signed by Gorey using the appropriate pseudonym for that book. Bartel was the writer/director of "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills,"... Item #SKB-13275
[NY: Something Else Press, 1969]. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated with photographs and graphics. Gutman was a stock analyst, an artist, and a friend of Kerouac and the Beats. He produced the film, Pull My Daisy. "Compliments of the editors" card laid in. Fine. Item #SKB-1881
n.p.:n.p., . 2 full pages on one quarto sheet. Preaux-du-Perche, July 12th 1985. On Paris Filmmakers Cooperative stationary with a design by Hundertwasser. The letter is devoted to Piero's interpretation of Levy's astrological chart with Piero going into a lengthy, detailed analysis that reveals a surprising depth of knowledge about... Item #SKB-16338
n.p.:n.p., . A group of 8 postcards sent by Piero Heliczer over a nine-year period from, variously, Amsterdam, Preaux-du-Perche, and New York, to writer Bill Levy in Amsterdam and Paris. The content has mostly to do with Christmas, New Year and birthday greetings, with some mention of readings, parties, and... Item #SKB-16328