VOLUME 4: (Issues 14-17) covers their first film after Nelson’s marriage, NEW MOON (1940). The original version was directed by Woody Van Dyke and co-starred Buster Keaton. Then Robert Z. Leonard took over as director, and the supporting cast and script were changed. Examples show the altered script and photos of several deleted scenes. Also, BITTERSWEET (1940), and why Noel Coward “disowned” the film; THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER (Nelson, Rise Stevens, 1941); SMILIN’ THROUGH (Jeanette, Gene Raymond, 1941). New introduction by Sharon Rich. 200 pages, color covers are reproduced full-sized inside the book.