Tomboy (Books into Film). Hal Ellson.

Tomboy (Books into Film)

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1950. Hoffman. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Tan patterned paper over boards, title printed in red onto upper board and spine, 8vo (8 inches tall), pp. viii, 215, publisher's seal and "A" printed on copyright page. Volume with slight tone to spine and a very thin line of excess binder's glue to fore-edge of front paste-down. Price-intact DJ with light wear and toning to spine panel and top edge. About Fine / Very Good plus. Item #1295

Adapted and filmed in French as Terrain Vague in 1960, the film presented a look at juvenile delinquency in Paris and was based on Tomboy, the second of Ellson's fifteen JD novels. Tomboy followed his first novel Duke, and tells the story of a young Manhattan gal who ' ... could whip half the boys in the gang, and she was leader of the "debs" '. Tomboy was followed by The Golden Spike (released as Reefer Boy in UK) by Ellson in 1952. JD artwork on the front panel by "Hoffman", text includes an introduction by Dr. Frederic Wertham.

Price: $250.00 CAD  other currencies

See all items by