The Third Man [sc] – Greene, Graham

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Title: The Third Man
Author: Greene, Graham
Binding: Softcover
Publisher: Bantam Books, New York
Publication Date: 1950
Edition: First Paperback Edition
Book Condition: G

Comments: Some creasing on front and back cover.  Minor separation from spine on page 1.

Synopsis: Rollo Martins comes to Vienna, a city still controlled by the four occupying powers, expecting a job from his old friend Harry Lime, only to arrive in time for his funeral. Angered by hints of his friend’s involvement in the black market rackets and confused about conflicting reports of the hit-and-run accident that killed Lime, Martins decides to conduct his own investigation. The 1949 film, The Third Man was directed by Carol Reed, with Graham Greene as the screenwriter. The film starred Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton, Trevor Howard, and Alida Valli. The Third Man Theme music was by Anton Karas. The Fallen Idol was also made into a film in 1948, with Carol Reed as director and Graham Greene, Leslie Storm, and William Templeton as screen writers. It was originally published in 1935 using the title of The Basement Room. The title was chosen by the film distributors and is the story of a murder by a somewhat pathetic man who is unwittingly betrayed to the police by a small boy.

 

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Title: The Third Man
Author: Greene, Graham
Binding: Softcover
Publisher: Bantam Books, New York
Publication Date: 1950
Edition: First Paperback Edition
Book Condition: G

Comments: Some creasing on front and back cover.  Minor separation from spine on page 1.

Synopsis: Rollo Martins comes to Vienna, a city still controlled by the four occupying powers, expecting a job from his old friend Harry Lime, only to arrive in time for his funeral. Angered by hints of his friend’s involvement in the black market rackets and confused about conflicting reports of the hit-and-run accident that killed Lime, Martins decides to conduct his own investigation. The 1949 film, The Third Man was directed by Carol Reed, with Graham Greene as the screenwriter. The film starred Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton, Trevor Howard, and Alida Valli. The Third Man Theme music was by Anton Karas. The Fallen Idol was also made into a film in 1948, with Carol Reed as director and Graham Greene, Leslie Storm, and William Templeton as screen writers. It was originally published in 1935 using the title of The Basement Room. The title was chosen by the film distributors and is the story of a murder by a somewhat pathetic man who is unwittingly betrayed to the police by a small boy.

 

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