Sunday, August 14, 2011

Classic Film Books for the Fall #classicfilmbooks

Here is a selection of classic film related books due to go on sale this Fall. A few of them are previously published and either being reissued or put into paperback but pretty much all of them are new. I will be reviewing a selection of them here in the coming months so stay tuned.

by Patrick McGilligan
July 2011
It Books

by John Fricke
August 2011

by Patricia Bosworth
August 2011
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

by Jeffrey Meyers
September 2011
Random House Crown Archetype

by Marc Eliot
October 2011
Random House Crown Archetype

by Piper Laurie
November 2011
Random House Crown Archetype

by James Garner with Jon Winokur
November 2011
Simon & Schuster

by Jennifer Curtis
December 2011
Trafalgar Square
Reissue from 1997 version

by Dyan Cannon
September 2011
It Books

by Geoffrey Wansell
October 2011

by Stephen Weissman
October 2011

by Yunte Huang
August 2011
W.W. Norton & Company

by Brian Taves
November 2011
University Press of Kentucky

by George Perry
January 2012
Trafalgar Square

Check out the list of upcoming titles that Laura of Laura's Miscellaneous Musings posted. She included one very interesting title that I missed! A Spencer Tracy biography, that will be an interesting read indeed.

Spencer Tracy: A BiographySpencer Tracy: A Biography
by James Cuurtis
October 2011
Knopf (Random House)


Karen said...

Wow, what an interesting collection of books! I will definintely be investing in many of them. Thanks for this list!

Robby Cress said...

Thanks for the heads up! I've read the Nicholas Ray biography and it was an excellent read. There was so much about Ray I didn't know - a very interesting character with a dramatic life. It would be a great buy to get on sale. I'll have to check out some of those other reads.

Millie said...

Super excited about the James Garner book!

And Piper Laurie's memoirs also looks interesting!

Laura said...

Thanks for the link, Raquelle, and for the heads up on so many interesting titles! It should be a great fall/Christmas reading season. :)

Best wishes,

Mercurie said...

The Piper Laurie and James Garner memoirs really interest me, as they do come from the actors themselves. And I must say it will be interesting to see Cary Grant from Dyan Cannon's point of view

sittinonabackyardfence said...

Thanks so much for compiling all of these into one post. My Amazon wishlist just got a little longer.

Not sure if you're aware, but Cary Grant: A Life in Pictures is written by Jenny Curtis (jennythenipper) who runs the blog Cinema OCD. Pretty cool!

KC said...

I can't wait for Dear Cary. This is a great list!

Artman2112 said...

i'll have to pick up that book on Nick Ray. i read his book "I Was Interrupted" but its not really a bio, more of a rambling, still great but def like to know more of his life overall.


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Robby Cress said...

I know you don't do the award thing, but I am acknowledging "Out of the Past" with the Liebster blog award. I'm not requiring anyone to participate. No action required - just congrats on the always excellent posting.

Raquelle said...

Thank you Robby

Ceri said...

I love this blog. :D I love the old classics - that's all I ever watch.

Nick said...

Look like some good ones in the list. I just wrote about the new Glenn Ford bio, too.

Anonymous said...

others to add:
-Myrna Loy: The Only Good Girl in Hollywood by Emily W. Leider (hope it's as good as her Mae West and Valentino bios!)
-Falling Stars: 10 Who Tried to be a Movie Star by David W. Menefee
-Ghosts of Gone with the Wind by Gene Arceri
-The Case Files of the Oriental Sleuths: Charlie Chan, Mr. Moto, and Mr. Wong by David Rothel

kate gabrielle said...

oooh.. adding the Jane Fonda one to my amazon wishlist!

la vita è bella (life is beautiful) said...

Hi! What a great list!


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