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David Bailey. London. a bailey litchfield/mathews miller dunbar co-production. 1972. First edition. Printed wrappers. Unpaginated [c.80] pages. Black-and-white photos. 375 x 290mm (14¾ x 11½"). 0.5kg. . English. Very good; slight wear to wrappers with light rubbing to edges of spine; a remarkably well-preserved copy of a fragile title with staples holding well and only very limited browning to the pages.The transcript of David Bailey's documentary film Warhol, a contemporary view of Warhol and his factory. The film was temporarily banned when it first come due to its purported explicit content. As the cover suggests it starred Leo Castelli, Jane Forth, Jane Holzer, Brigid Polk, Paul Morrisey, Candy Darling, Madame Duchamp, Lichtenstein, Philip Johnson alongside Warhol. Stills from the film accompany the text. It was one of three documentaries made by Bailey at this time, the other two being Beatonand Visconti.