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Titel: THE 10TH VICTIM
Verlag: Ballantine Books, New York
Auflage: First edition, first printing.
Movie tie-in. Signed by Sheckley on the title page. Ballantine book number U5050 with 60¢ cover price. The story "The Seventh Victim" by Sheckley was the basis for the screen play of "The 10th Victim" which in turn the screen play was the basis for this novel. The 1965 Embassy Picture classic release starred Ursula Andress and Marcello Mastroianni. Eight pages of stills from the classic movie. A fine and bright unread copy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 37266
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