Series: Heyne Filmbibliothek

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Anthony Quinn. Seine Filme - sein Leben. by Gregor Ball
Film - Jahrbuch 1996. by Lothar R. Just
The Films of Kirk Douglas by Tony Thomas
Fred Astaire by Stephen Harvey
Hans Moser. Seine Filme - Sein Leben. by Karin Wichmann
Helmut Käutner. Seine Filme - sein Leben. by Peter Cornelsen
Humphrey Bogart by Alan G. Barbour1
Jack Nicholson. Seine Filme - sein Leben. by Meinolf Zurhorst
Jokers Wild : Jack Nicholson by John Parker
Judy Garland by James Juneau
Lexikon des Science Fiction Films. 2000 Filme von 1902 bis heute. by Ronald M. Hahn
Marlon Brando (Pyramid illustrated history of the movies) by Rene Jordan
Michael Douglas. Seine Filme - sein Leben. by Norbert Stresau
Der Musical - Film. by Lee Edward Stern
Der Oscar - Alle preisgekrönten Filme, Regisseure und Schauspieler seit 1929 by Norbert Stresau
Sagenhafte Welten. Der phantastische Film. by Rolf Giesen
Sir Laurence Olivier. Seine Filme - sein Leben. by Raymond Lefevre
Spencer Tracy by Romano Tozzi
Stanley Kubrick : der Regisseur als Architekt by Rolf Thissen
Jean Harlow (A Pyramid illustrated history of the movies) by Curtis F. Brown6
Heinz Ruhmann: Seine Filme, sein Leben (Heyne Filmbibliothek) (German Edition) by Gregor BallBand 24
Der Science Fiction - Film. by Christian Hellmann54
Der Science Fiction Film. Heyne Filmbibliothek Band 54 by Christian Hellmann54
Der Fantasy Film. by Norbert Stresau68
David Lynch. Die dunkle Seite der Seele. by Robert Fischer165
Hundert Jahre Film. Zahlen, Fakten, Mythen. by Rolf Thissen182
Sigourney Weaver. Ihre Filme - ihr Leben. by T. D. Maguffee194
Music for the Movies by Tony Thomas222
The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company 1918-1945 by Klaus Kreimeier230
Star Wars. Die Filme. by Oliver Denker244

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