THE SILENT HOUSE. John G. Brandon.

THE SILENT HOUSE. London: The Readers Library Publishing Company Ltd., [1929]. Small octavo, eight film stills on four inserted plates, original decorated maroon boards, front and spine panels stamped in gold. Photoplay edition. Novelization of a popular play written by Brandon and George Pickett. The drama was the basis for Archibald Nettleford's 1929 silent film, directed by Walter Forde, starring Gibb McLaughlin and Mabel Poulton. A weird yellow peril novel featuring the sinister Doctor Chan-Fu. Hubin (1994), p. 98. Text block printed on pulp paper and therefore age-darkened as usual, a fine copy in nearly fine four-color wraparound pictorial dust jacket with small chip from upper spine end. (#149369).

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