THE LOST SQUADRON. Dick GRACE.
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON
THE LOST SQUADRON

THE LOST SQUADRON

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932. Photoplay Edition. Cloth. 283 pp. Illjustrated dust jacket. Illustrated from black and white stills from the 1932 Radio Pictures movie "THE LOST SQUADRON" starring Richard Dix. Mary Astor, Joel Macrae, Eric Von Stroheim, Robert Armstrong and Hugh Herbert. Red cloth. 5" x 7 1/2". From the flap blurb: "The Lost Squadron is a story of Hollywood and the flying fools who make the epics of the air--who tint the gilt of Hollywood with their blood--who break their necks or die in flaming planes to make thrilling pictures more thrilling". Author Dick Grace was a legtimate Hollywood stunt man whose specialty was crashing airplanes. A Near Fine copy (slight edgewear and small tape removal scrape on ffe) in a Near Fine dust jacket (slight edgewear at spine-ends), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes, via media mail, to any United States address. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #2374

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