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This beautifully nostalgic and wonderfully insightful volume looks at Tinseltown's fascination with the City of Light since the late nineteenth century to the present day, from silent movies through to modern blockbusters.
This book measures 9¾ inches by 11¼ inches. Published November 13, 2012
Brand: Random House
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