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Author Name    J. Hoberman

Title   42nd Street

Binding   Paper

Edition   First Printing

Publisher   London BFI Publishing 1993

ISBN Number    0851703550 / 9780851703558

Seller ID   010686

Critical study and analysis of the classic depression back stage musical that is notable for Busby Berkeley's outrageous musical numbers, the risque and snappy dialogue and the wonderful cast.. Includes the story behind the making of the film and all the usual features that we have come to expect from this fine series. Well illustrated. Uncommon. Fine

Musicals, Broadway, Depression Musicals, Busby Berkeley

Price = 75.00 USD



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