William K. Everson is a film historian who writes primarily on film. William Everson (1912-1994) is a poet and small-press printer of the San Francisco Renaissance. He also wrote under the name Brother Antoninus during his years spent as a Dominican friar in Oakland.
American Silent Film 98 copies
The Art of W. C. Fields 75 copies, 2 reviews
Bad Guys: A Pictorial History of the Movie Villain 56 copies, 1 review
The Detective in Film 48 copies, 1 review
The Films of Laurel and Hardy 43 copies, 1 review
A Pictorial History of the Western Film 37 copies
The Complete Films Of Laurel & Hardy (Film Books) 36 copies, 1 review
More Classics of the Horror Film 16 copies
Love in the Film 12 copies, 2 reviews
Claudette Colbert (A Pyramid illustrated history of the movies) 8 copies, 1 review
The American Movie (History of Film) 4 copies
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