A King in Babylon [HOLLYWOOD FICTION]. New York: Small, Maynard and Co., (1917).
Second Printing statement at copyright page. W. H. D. Koerner dustjacket art. "An American film company heads to Egypt to produce a feature based on the last line in the William Henley poems, "When I Was a King in Babylon, and You Were A Virgin Slave." Warren Creel, motion picture director, takes his staff of actresses, actors and cameramen. An Egyptologist from MoMA is a member of the crew, using the expedition as an excuse to return to his excavation. The leading man suffers from sunstroke and believes he and his costar are reincarnations of those buried 4000 years earlier in the tomb." Uncommon. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, modest soiling to panels.
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