Search under way...

Search complete.

Alibris
AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
[Hitchcock, Alfred] Truffaut, FrancoisHitchcock/Truffaut
$1,850.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Simon and Schuster, New York, 1967
Used - Very Good. Second printing. INSCRIBED by Francois Truffaut to noted Hollywood producer Robert Blumofe on the half title page: "Pour Robert Blumofe / Bien cordialament / Francois Truffaut." The book was inscribed on the occasion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' "Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock" on December 5, 1984, a gala affair that included remarks by Gregory Peck, Peter Bogdanovich, and James Stewart. Truffaut would pass away later the same year. Laid in is the...
Royal Books, Inc, ABAA, ILAB
[United States]
Info/Buy


Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America
AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
TRUFFAUT, FrancoisLe cinema selon hitchcock
$800.00
Publisher: 1975
1975. SIGNED. TRUFFAUT, François. Le cinéma selon hitchcock. (Paris): Seghers, (1975). Octavo, original stiff pictorial paper wrappers. $800. Second edition of Truffaut's examination of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, boldly inscribed by Truffaut, "Vive Hitchcock, Francis Truffaut." First published in 1966, Truffaut's extended 1962 interview with Hitchcock—the conversation lasted a dozen hours—explores the famed director's work in depth. Illustrated with numerous black-and-white photographs....
Bauman Rare Books
[United States]
Info/Buy
[Hitchcock, Alfred] Truffaut, FrancoisHitchcock/Truffaut (Inscribed to Robert F. Blumofe by Francois Truffaut in 1984)
$1,850.00
Publisher: Simon and Schuster, 1967
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. Second printing. INSCRIBED by Francois Truffaut to noted Hollywood producer Robert Blumofe on the half title page: "Pour Robert Blumofe / Bien cordialament / Francois Truffaut." The book was inscribed on the occasion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' "Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock" on December 5, 1984, a gala affair that included remarks by Gregory Peck, Peter Bogdanovich, and James Stewart. Truffaut would pass away later the same year....
Royal Books, Inc.
[United States]
Info/Buy


AbeBooks
AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
Hitchcock, Alfred] Truffaut, FrancoisHitchcock/Truffaut (Inscribed to Robert F. Blumofe by Francois Truffaut in 1984)
$1,850.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Simon and Schuster, New York, 1967
Used. Second printing. INSCRIBED by Francois Truffaut to noted Hollywood producer Robert Blumofe on the half title page: "Pour Robert Blumofe / Bien cordialament / Francois Truffaut." The book was inscribed on the occasion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' "Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock" on December 5, 1984, a gala affair that included remarks by Gregory Peck, Peter Bogdanovich, and James Stewart. Truffaut would pass away later the same year. Laid in is the original 9 x 6... (BOOKS ABOUT FILM, RADIO, AND TELEVISION | ALFRED HITCHCOCK)
Royal Books, Inc., ABAA
[United States]
Info/Buy


Biblio.com
AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
TRUFFAUT, FrancoisLe cinema selon hitchcock
$800.00
Publisher: 1975
1975. SIGNED. TRUFFAUT, François. Le cinéma selon hitchcock. (Paris): Seghers, (1975). Octavo, original stiff pictorial paper wrappers. $800. Second edition of Truffaut's examination of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, boldly inscribed by Truffaut, "Vive Hitchcock, Francis Truffaut." First published in 1966, Truffaut's extended 1962 interview with Hitchcock—the conversation lasted a dozen hours—explores the famed director's work in depth. Illustrated with numerous black-and-white photographs....
Bauman Rare Books
[United States]
Info/Buy
[Hitchcock, Alfred] Truffaut, FrancoisHitchcock/Truffaut (Inscribed to Robert F. Blumofe by Francois Truffaut in 1984)
$1,850.00
Publisher: Simon and Schuster, 1967
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. Second printing. INSCRIBED by Francois Truffaut to noted Hollywood producer Robert Blumofe on the half title page: "Pour Robert Blumofe / Bien cordialament / Francois Truffaut." The book was inscribed on the occasion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' "Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock" on December 5, 1984, a gala affair that included remarks by Gregory Peck, Peter Bogdanovich, and James Stewart. Truffaut would pass away later the same year....
Royal Books, Inc.
[United States]
Info/Buy




Search Info: