The Star of Hollywood Translated from the German by E.E. Wilson
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Cleveland & New York: International Fiction Library/ World Syndicate Pub., (1929), 12mo. 256 p. Red cloth. Ads rear d/j , rear flap lists 18 titles with IFL open book logo at bottom. "The story tells of a young film actress at Hollywood, who, in taking the part of the slave attendant of Cleopatra, has to apply the poisonous snake to the breast of a famous star. In doing so, she pierces her with a syringe containing a deadly dose of morphia. Breathless incidents follow..." Paper browning, else near Fine in light soiled d/j, 1" tear head of spine. Front panel illus. with slender flapper with cigarette, backless dress and jeweled and feathered head piece and attitude. Gentlemen in formal attire ogle in the background.
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