Manuscripts, Memorabilia, Music, Photography - Quantity: 5 - other extra - see description
|Publication year oldest item:||1959|
|Author/ Illustrator:||Gay interest; Jack Larson|
|Book Title:||Cherry, Larry, Sandy, Doris, Jean, Paul & other memorabilia (photos etc.)|
|Number of Books:||5|
|Extras:||other extra - see description|
|Subject:||Manuscripts, Memorabilia, Music, Photography|
|Publication year youngest item:||1975|
Jack Edward Larson (February 8, 1928 – September 20, 2015) was an American actor, librettist, screenwriter and producer. He is best known for his portrayal of photographer/cub reporter Jimmy Olsen on the television series Adventures of Superman.
1. A collection of Larson material including a play [type]script for Cherry... with a few hand corrections (most likely by Larson) 4to, (23 by 29 cm), 120 pages, bound in cardboard wraps. It was produced on Off Broadway and a Scottish Festival in about 1969.
2. Lord Byron - 1975, New York, Southern Music - viii, 293 pages. Number 14 of 75 copies for sale plus 25 copies not for sale - 31 x 23 cm Lyrics by Jack Larsen
Complete and in fine condition, large small folio. Bound in illustrated paper wraps and in its original dark gray paper slip case (sight split to one joint.
Signed by Virgil Thomson who swung from the same tree as Copland, Bernstein, etc.; lyricist Jack Larson; and Robert Indiana most famous for this LOVE work
3. An inscribed photo of a young Larson in his role of Jimmy in Superman (10.5 by 15 cm)
4. A signed note card by Larson (7.5 by 13 cm)
5. A large (23 by 29cm) studio photo of Montgomery Clift as private Prewitt in the movie "From Hell to Eternity" (note: Larson was a lover of Clift).
So squeeze into those tights, dust off that cape and throw your self off a tall building (or go to a costume party and scan all the hunks with your Xray vision).
|Member since:||May 16, 2015|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I am divided; on one hand the item is as described; on the other you state that it's free delivery - and it's not. You HAVE to mark the costume paper that it is a "gift" - costed me €18 to release!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Although the book was explicitly stated as complete, a plate is missing. (for which there is a Report from a German auction house)
The seller does not want to take back the book
Everything from bidding through delivery went perfectly.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Il venditore aveva scritto spedizione gratuita ma ho dovuto pagare 49€ per un pacco che pesava 1kg. Altri acquirenti hanno avuto la stessa sorpresa.What utter nonsense. I paid for shipping here in the US. The extra 49 euro charge was done by the Italian Post Office/Customs. I am not responsible for these extra charges. I also find it slanderous that this charge (that this is a pattern of mine) has been made at all.
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