Title: Midi-Minuit Fantastique : No 10-11. Hiver ...
Publisher: Le Terrain Vague, Paris
Publication Date: 1964
Binding: Pictorial Wraps
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Film Journal
120 pp. (viii). Profusely illustrated in b/w. French film magazine (1962-71) specializing in international horror, fantasy and science fiction genres. Contents include : "Entretien Avec Terence Fisher" - Michel Caen. " Le Film d'Horreur" - Robert Hossein. "William Castle" - Jean Claude Romer. "Entretien Avec Roger Corman" - Chris wicking et Vincent Porter. "Horrorscope" - Peeping Tom. "Le 2e Festival De Trieste" - Pierre Strinati. " En Passant Par San Sebastian" - Luis Gasca. "Lettre De Yugoslavie" - Ranko Munitic". Also includes film reviews, news and much more. Internally clean without marks or additions. Sound binding. Edges are dust soiled and shelf worn. Pictorial wraps are lightly and rubbed from shelf wear. Slight bump to the head corner of the front panel affecting a few adjacent pages. Minor spine creasing and surface crack to the wrapper at the head of the spine. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 009656
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