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The Best of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective By Jerry L. Schneider
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Included in most issues of "Hollywood Detective" pulp magazine was an eight-page Dan Turner comic. Eleven of those comics are reprinted in this "Best of" trade paperback (comic... More > book sized pages).< Less
The Complete Text Stories From Horror Tales, Strange Galaxy, Tales From the Tomb, Tales of Voodoo, Terror Tales, Weird, Weird Worlds, and Witches Tales By Jerry L. Schneider
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The Eerie Publication magazines normally contained one or two text stories. We gather together all of those text stories in this collection. Reprinted in facsimile format.
CORRIGANVILLE: The Reel Story of Ray "Crash" Corrigan and His Movie Ranch By Jerry L. Schneider
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Corriganville: The Reel Story of Ray "Crash" Corrigan and His Movie Ranch by Jerry L. Schneider. Western actor Ray "Crash" Corrigan developed the first movie location ranch which... More > was open to the public. This is the story of his "reel" life and of his ranch. Profusely illustrated and includes comprehensive filmographies for Corrigan and for the ranch.< Less
Tarzan the Fearless - The Serial Script By Jerry L. Schneider
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TARZAN THE FEARLESS, a 12-chapter serial starring Buster Crabbe, is not known to exist in complete format. All that is currently available is a feature condensation. From the personal collection of... More > Sol Lesser, the producer of the serial, is this copy of the original 12-chapter serial script. Now you can read all of the story for the missing serial footage.< Less
Edgar Rice Burroughs Tells All By Jerry L. Schneider
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Best known as the creator of Tarzan of the Apes, John Carter of Mars, and many other fictional characters, Edgar Rice Burroughs was also a prolific writer of non-fiction articles and poetry. This... More > book contains the vast majority of his published, public domain non-fiction works.< Less
The Corriganville Filmography By Jerry L. Schneider
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In 1937, Ray "Crash" Corrigan purchased a ranch in Simi Valley, California, which he turned into, first, a movie ranch, and later, an amusement park. This book contains a listing of the... More > films and television shows which used the ranch for some or all of their scenes. While this listing is not complete, it is the most complete list published to date, up to 2007. Illustrated in color and black n white.< Less
Corriganville Movie Ranch: A 1947 Photo Tour By Jerry L. Schneider
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The Corriganville Movie Ranch was created by B-Western actor, Ray "Crash" Corrigan, when he purchased the 1600+ acre ranch in Simi Valley, California. While his ownership of the land ceased... More > in 1964, the ranch, now a park, continues to be used by the filmmaking business. This booklet contains the location photographs taken by representatives of RKO Studios in 1947 when they scouted the ranch. Full sized photographs.< Less
Tarzan of the Apes: A Comparison of the A.C. McClurg First Edition Text versus the Ballantine Books/Gutenberg Text By Jerry L. Schneider
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“Tarzan of the Apes” first appeared, complete, in the October 1912 issue of The All-Story pulp magazine. In June 1914, the first hardcover edition was published by A.C. McClurg and... More > Company. Between these two appearances of the story, the author, Edgar Rice Burroughs, modified the original magazine text because of an error in it (he included tigers in Africa!). While fixing this error, he polished/rewrote portions of the story, finishing with an additional 2,000 words of text. In July 1963, Ballantine Books published the story in paperback. In their fourth printing in August 1966, they began editing and abridging the text. In the fifth printing in April 1969, they censored the text. In August 1993, Gutenberg.org uploaded an electronic text based on this fifth printing--the censored, edited, and abridged version. This book compares the two texts, First Edition and Gutenberg, side-by-side, for scholars and laymen to see the alterations the editors at Ballantine Books performed on the text.< Less
Tarzan of the Apes: A Comparison of the A.C. McClurg First Edition Text versus the Ballantine Books/Gutenberg Text By Jerry L. Schneider
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“Tarzan of the Apes” first appeared, complete, in the October 1912 issue of The All-Story pulp magazine. In June 1914, the first hardcover edition was published by A.C. McClurg and... More > Company. Between these two appearances of the story, the author, Edgar Rice Burroughs, modified the original magazine text because of an error in it (he included tigers in Africa!). While fixing this error, he polished/rewrote portions of the story, finishing with an additional 2,000 words of text. In July 1963, Ballantine Books published the story in paperback. In their fourth printing in August 1966, they began editing and abridging the text. In the fifth printing in April 1969, they censored the text. In August 1993, Gutenberg.org uploaded an electronic text based on this fifth printing--the censored, edited, and abridged version. This book compares the two texts, First Edition and Gutenberg, side-by-side, for scholars and laymen to see the alterations the editors at Ballantine Books performed on the text.< Less
The Corriganville Movie Ranch Filmography By Jerry L. Schneider
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In 1937, Ray "Crash" Corrigan purchased a ranch in Simi Valley, California, which he turned into, first, a movie ranch, and later, an amusement park. This book contains a listing of the... More > films and television shows which used the ranch for some or all of their scenes. While this listing is not complete, it is the most complete list published to date, up to 2007. Illustrated in black n white.< Less