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Killer In Drag & Death Of A Transvestite , Wood, Ed Jr.
321 Wood, Ed Jr. Killer In Drag & Death Of A Transvestite
CA. Angora Press 1st Angora Press Editions Paper 
Reprint editions of two eye opening novels by the legendary grade z movie director and cross dresser Ed Wood Jr. The Reprints are most likely from the early 90's."Killer In Drag" uses the famous Glen and Glenda as "characters" and "Death Of A Transvestite" is the sequel. Ed Wood's life was the basis for the wonderful Tim Burton film from 1994 that starred Johnny Depp in a brave performance & Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi which won him a very well deserved Oscar for supporting actor. Both books are vg with "Killer In Drag" having a slight roll to the top, and "Death" has a tiny corner crease and a teeny tiny spot to the front cover. Sold as a collection only.  
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Four Sons (Mother Bernie Learns Her Letters), Wylie, I.A.R.
322 Wylie, I.A.R. Four Sons (Mother Bernie Learns Her Letters)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1928 1st Photoplay Edition. Cloth with Dustjacket 
Novel about a Bavarian mother's four sons-the one who goest to America and the three who remain Europe and are killed in the First World War was made into a tear jerker and big box office success in 1928 by John Ford. Illustrated with 1 fontispiece still and 6 interior stills. There is soiling and chipping to the cloth along with an old tape mend. The insides are vg. with some average light wear for a 77 year old cheaply produced book. The dustjacket is nice and colorful with some light chipping to the edges with a small 2" piece missing from the bottom of the spine panel but the title and author's name is intact. vg/vg. 
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The Lost Rebellion, Wylie, James
323 Wylie, James The Lost Rebellion
New York Trident Press 1971 67127077x First Edition Cloth with Dustjacket 
SIGNED BY JAMES WYLIE AND LATER INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY WYLIE. First novel based on the life of Malcolm X. Uncommon. Nice artwork dustjacket. Very minute soiling to the white dustjacket. Fine/fine. 
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