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1 Herndon, Venable & Penn, Arthur with Forewords By Venable Herndon and Arthur Penn Alice's Restaurant A Screenplay
New York Doubleday 1970 First Edition Paper 
The complete screenplay that was inspired by the Arlo Guthrie song "The Alice's Restaurant Massacree" Illustrated with 22 stills on plates. Guthrie also starred in the film which won a best director nomination for Penn. Seems like yesterday. Light wear to the covers, othewise a fine copy. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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2 Penn, Arthur Bonnie and Clyde Pressbook
CA. Warner Bros. 1967 Original Pressbook Oversize Paper 
An original oversize 24pg. pressbook for Bonnie and Clyde. The film when first released caused a great stir and alot of controversary and is now considered to be one of the great films of the 60's and possibly of all time. The film was beautifully directed and written with star making performances from Gene Hackman and Faye Dunaway and in fact the entire cast was nominated for Oscars with only Estelle Parsons finally winning. The film itself was nominated for 10 Oscars including Best Picture but lost out to the safe and unoriginal "In The Heat Of The Night" and once again Oscar failed to recognize and honor a great American film. The pressbook is full of all the usual pressbook material ie poster repros., photos, publicity articles and more. A few very tiny tears along the edges of the book otherwise fine. Also included are two original 8" x 10" stills from the movie one is of the shoot out at the bungalow with Hackman and an hysterical Estelle Parsons in the background, the other is the shoot out in the swamp when Faye Dunaway gets shot, Beatty and Pollard are in the water with her. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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