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Image for Presenting The Theatre Guild National Company Of Oklahoma! , A Musical Play Based on "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs

Presenting The Theatre Guild National Company Of Oklahoma! , A Musical Play Based on "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs

By: Rodgers, Richard; Oscar Hammerstein

Price: $28.00  $23.80

Publisher: NY, N. P.: 1944

Edition: Pulitzer Prize

Seller ID: 30784

Condition: Very Good+


4to 11" - 13" tall; 14 pages; 30784 View more info

Image for Search For Paradise Through The Unmatched Magic Of Cinerama

Search For Paradise Through The Unmatched Magic Of Cinerama

By: Thomas, Lowell

Price: $28.00  $23.80

Publisher: Stanley Warner Cinerama Corp: 1957

Seller ID: 30785

Condition: Very Good+


Cinerama was the first of a number of novel processes introduced during the 1950s, when the movie industry was reacting to competition from television. Cinerama was presented to the public as a theatrical event, with reserved seating and printed programs, and audience members often dressed in their best attire for the evening. The screen was an arc and 3 camera projectors projected 3 images crosswise onto the screen. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 10 pages; 30785 View more info

Image for The Last Yard, Oklahoma Football Magazine 12th Annual Game, Nebraska Vs. Oklahoma on November 19, 1932

The Last Yard, Oklahoma Football Magazine 12th Annual Game, Nebraska Vs. Oklahoma on November 19, 1932

By: University Of Oklahoma

Price: $12.00  $10.20

Publisher: University of Oklahoma: 1932

Seller ID: 16271

Condition: Poor


Falling apart, chipped, scotch taped. In sleeve. ; 4to - 11" to 13" tall; several pages; 16271 View more info

Image for Zembo Proudly Presents The Thirty-fifth Annual Zembo Shrine Circus

Zembo Proudly Presents The Thirty-fifth Annual Zembo Shrine Circus

By: Zembo Shrine Circus

Price: $12.00  $10.20

Publisher: Harrisburg, PA, Zembo Temple: 1982

Seller ID: 20804

Condition: Fair


Full page b/w photo of clown on the human cannonball car has the autograph of either the clown or the cannonball...can't tell which, page 113. And a young Bill Cosby dressed like a policeman or a perfect look-alike is drinking a shake in an ad for Weight Watchers on pg 61. Slit in center of front cover, rubbing, creases, dog-ears. Circus program on pages 82 & 83, plus only a handful of coloring pages not colored in. 7 pages listing all the ads. ; 4to 11" - 13" t... View more info