Wilder, BillyAce In The Hole (The Big Carnival) Lobby Card Hollywood Paramount 1951 Lobby Card Lobby Card This is an original 11" x 14" color tinted lobby card from the second release of the film when the title was changed from "Ace In The Hole" to "The Big Carnival" to try to make more people come to see it. It didn't work. The card is not marked as a reissue or release lobby card and it is the #1 card dated 1951. The card shows Kirk Douglas and Bob Arthur in the cave. The film recently got the Criterion treatment with its original title. Light wear to the edges and a tiny mend to the bottom edge otherwise vg+ Uncommon.
Wilder, BillyBilly Wilder. The Fourteenth Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award Souvenir Program Hollywood The American Film Institute 1986 1st Edition Large Paper SIGNED BY BILLY WILDER ON THE FRONT COVER IN 1993. Handsome 86pg. souvernir program for the Billy Wilder tribute and award ceremony held in 1986. Illustrated with many nice stills, photos and written tributes. Light wear to the covers. Vg. Laid in are two original 8" x 10" candid stills of Wilder with Cooper, Hepburn and Chevalier on the set of "Love In The Afternoon" & Wilder on the set of "The Apartment" with Hope Holiday (soft crease to the top of this still.)
Wilder, BillyFilm Quarterly Magazine CA. Film Quarterly 1970 XXIII. No. 4. Summer. Paper Inclds. Billy Wilder, interviews with the makers of A Married Couple, soviet cinema, reviews & more. Vg.
Wilder, BillyWitness For The Prosecution, Hollywood United Artists Original Stills Stills Four original 8" x 10" scene stills from the film 3 of which picture Charles Laughton in his Oscar nominated performance and the 3rd one pictures an early scene between Tyrone Power and Marlene Dietrich. Sold as a collection only.
Wilder, Billy & Diamond, I.A.L.The Apartment And The Fortune Cookie. Two Screenplays New York Praeger Film Library. NY. 1971. Paper 1971 1st Edition Small Cloth with Dustjacket LAID IN IS AN INDEX CARD THAT HAS BEEN SIGNED BY BILLY WILDER IN 1989. SMALL SMUDGE TO THE LAST NAME OTHERWISE THE SIGNATURE IS BOLD AND CLEAR. The Oscar winning & Oscar nominated screenplays for 2 of the darker comedies of the sixties. The apartment won several Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director, while The Fortune Cookie won Walter Matthau a Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Illus. w. 148 stills. Tiny mended tears to the top of the front & back panels of the dustjacket. Price clipped. Small bookstore label on the front pastedown. Fine/vg.