Sabatini, Rafael. SCARAMOUCHE. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1923). Photoplay Edition, released in tandem with the 1923 Rex Ingram- Metro Silent Film. A Good, firm copy in the primary red cloth binding with spine gilt dulled, and a prominent discolored stripe on the back cover which, although unfortunate, shouldn't be a deal breaker as this copy is INSCRIBED BY THE TWO STARS of the film, ROMAN NOVARRO and ALICE TERRY and is likely unique thus. In a Very Good, slightly browned dust jacket. [WITH:] a signed, typed letter w/ original mailing envelope from Roman Novarro to Art Ronnie, a noted studio publicist who later became a TV critic for the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. This is from Ronnie's collection (bookplate). Novarro's letter touches on several points of interest. Inscribed photoplays are exceedingly rare. Possibly a unique opportunity for the collector. SCARAMOUCHE is generally considered one of Sabatini's greatest novels and the film is still considered, with its cast of thousands, among the great classic silent films.