[Mexico]: [Pepin], [194-]. [First printing]. Hardcover. 3vols. ([528p.], [232p.], 496p.), illus., rebound in quarter calf leather boards, shelf wear on bottom edges of boards, last five pages beginning to chip at bottom right hand corner of first volume, minor tear on page 4 of second volume, otherwise very good condition. Very Good. Item #184116
A sampling of the Mexican review Pepin's drama and film adaptation section which was published daily. Includes three different works in their entirety:
The first volume is an adaptation of the 1941 black-and-white historical film drama "That Hamilton Woman", also known as "Lady Hamilton", adapted by Mexican comics and screen writer José G. Cruz, who is perhaps best known for his comic based on Mexican luchador El Santo titled "Santo, el enmascarado de plata". . The second volume, "Duda en tu Corazón" is an original Drama by José G. Cruz, which was also published daily in Pepín. The last volume of this sampling, "Bajo la lluvia" is an adapation of episode 30 from the series "Don Proverbio". Each entry features film stills with text superimposed speech bubbles. Rare, no holdings on WorldCat.