Author:Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

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Image for FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, October Oct./November Nov. 1992, No. 35

FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, October Oct./November Nov. 1992, No. 35

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1992

Seller ID: 017743

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on Colin Clive and his torment "by his own closet monsters, repressed homosexuality and alcoholism"; Horace Liveright; "Universal's house physician of Horror," Edward Van Sloan; Helen Chandler; and Dwight Frye, as well as interviews with Jack Pierce and Dwight D. Frye. Also contains reviews of movies and filmbook literature. 98 pages, illustrated. Moderate general wear. View more info

Image for FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, June/July 1993

FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, June/July 1993

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1993

Seller ID: 017745

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on Realart, the re-releasing company; the makeup secrets of Lon Chaney, Sr.; submarine movies, and the television series Sea Hunt; articles/interviews about child star Jay North of Dennis the Menace fame; Lita Grey Chaplin about her husband, Charlie, and Ian Wolfe. 98 pages, illustrated. Slight mustiness, moderate general wear. View more info

Image for FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, April/May 1991, No. 26

FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, April/May 1991, No. 26

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1991

Seller ID: 017731

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on B-movie, "The Twonky," horror film legend Rondo Hatton, Boris Karloff and Harry Cohn of Columbia Studios, and Marion Michael Morrison (that would be John Wayne, kids) and his time at Monogram, as well as a profile of Lionel Stander and interviews with Clarence "Ducky" Nash (the voice of Donald Duck), Soupy Sales and Sam Arkoff. 98 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info