Title: How to Make Good Movies
Publisher: Eastman Kodak Company No Date (1950), Rochester, New York
Publication Date: 1950
Book Condition: Very Good
Tan w/orange lettering and black reel and green silhouttes of people doing various activities. Bump to head and heel of spine, corners rubbed to boards. Owner inscribed front endpaper, last page and rear endpaper torn at spine. Text is clean and bright, no marks. Profusely llustrated throughout with hilariously vintage black and white and full-color photographs, lots of action shots. "A non-technical handbook for those considering the ownership of an amateur movie camera and for those already actively engaged in the making of home movies who want to improve the interest and quality of their films . Bookseller Inventory # H12260
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