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Steve Klare
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Anything Wallace & Gromit

and a listing of Derann's trailers

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John Clancy
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A decent 'Scope print of 2001 A Space Odyssey.

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Douglas Meltzer
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A beautiful new stereo print of "A Hard Day's Night".
Doug

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Steve Klare
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If Derann would go to Sunday River Productions and revive some of their best railroad films on Super-8

(Sunday River still makes them on video, but so what!)

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Joe Caruso
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A&C MEET FRANKENSTEIN - Sharp! - Shorty

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Mike Peckham
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Steve, I second your vote for anything Wallace and Grommet, add to that any of the 'Claymation' productions including the series of shorts recently aired on British tv.

I think Derann have chosen well recently with their animated releases of 'Gone Nutty' and 'For the Birds' I'd like to see some more along those lines too!

mike

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Steve Klare
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....yet the tragedy of it all is I got my prints of 'Gone Nutty' and 'For the Birds' on Monday and I haven't had a spare moment to take a look!
(sob!)

[ October 09, 2003, 07:43 PM: Message edited by: Steve Klare ]

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James N. Savage 3
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I agree with John- We super 8 collectors are long overdue for a nice state of the art, full scope and full stereo version of the ageless Kubric classic - 2001. Or AT LEAST - how about a full 600 feet or so, comprised of the last 30 minutes. Lots of effects, HAL's attack, with all the famous lines ("I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that") [Wink] Or some of those great wide-screen shots in space with the classical music. Great stuff for showing off our hobby to others who are unaware of Super-8's potential. Nick.

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D'Arcy More
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Any Universal Horror features from the 30's and 40's that have not yet been released. Werewolf Of London, The Raven, Son Of Frankenstein, Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman. Creature From The Black Lagoon would be very nice to see full length. Doesn't even have to be the 3D version. D'Arcy

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John Clancy
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As it's unlikely we'll see feature releases of these how about an extract from Gladiator? And what about the future Manhatten sequence from Fifth Element - in terms of 8mm impact that has got to be the most desirable special effects sequence of recent years.

Then there is John Carpenter's The Thing, Blade Runner, Alien Resurrection... plus I can't wait for the feature release of Terminator 3. Still want a decent print of 2001 though.

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Duncan MacLeod
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Greeting all,

A list of trailers for you as requested by Steve. We are in the process of updating our website so you will be able to find them all on there soon enough. This listing is fairly up to date but feel free to contact me for the more modern releases.

All the best,

Duncan (Derann)

All films are super 8mm colour sound unless otherwise stated.

One Hundred Years Of Cinema Promo. - £16.50
101 Dalmatians Promo. - £17.50
101 Dalmatians trailer - £11.50
2001, A Space Odyssey - ‘scope - £14.00
20th Century Fox Scope Logo - two on the reel - ‘scope - £11.50

Abbott & Costello Meet Captain Kidd - £14.00
ABC Daysets Number Two - £13.50
Academy Leaders - ten on the reel - £11.50
The African Queen - £14.00
Airforce One/Turbulence - £16.50
Aladdin - £14.00
Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves/So This Is Paris - £16.50
Alien 3/Cliffhanger - £14.00
All Dogs Go To Heaven - £14.00
An American In Paris - £16.50
Anastasia - £15.99
Annie Get Your Gun - £14.00
Annie - ‘scope - £16.50
Another Brick In The Wall - Pink Floyd pop video, part animated - £15.99
Antz - £14.00
Apollo 13 - £13.50
Armageddon - £14.00
Around The World In 80 Days - £16.50

Babe - £14.00
Batman And Robin/The Lost World - £16.50
Batman Forever - £14.00
Batman Returns - £14.00
The Battle Of Britain - ‘scope - £16.50
Beauty And The Beast - £14.00
Beauty And The Beast Number Two - £13.50
The Belstone Fox - ‘scope - £13.50
Ben Hur - ‘scope - £16.50
Blair Witch/Deep Blue Sea - £14.00
Blues Brothers 2000/Grease - ‘scope - £17.50
Bram Stoker’s Dracula - £14.00
Braveheart - £14.00
A Bridge Too Far - ‘scope - £16.50
British Film Year Logo - two on the reel - £11.50
Broken Arrow/Independence Day - ‘scope - £16.50
Bugs Bunny 50th Anniversary - £14.00
A Bugs Life - £13.50

Calamity Jane - £14.00
Can Can - ‘scope - £14.00
Can’t Stand Losing You - Police pop video - £16.50
Casper - £14.00
Castaway - £16.50
Cinderella - £14.00
Cine Title Set - silent with sound stripes - £13.50
Cinema Snips - two on the reel - £16.50
Con Air/Fifth Element/Volcano - ‘scope - £25.99
Congo - £14.00
Crimson Tide - ‘scope - £14.00

Die Another Day- Scope- £14.00
Daleks Invasion Of Earth 2150AD - ‘scope - £16.50
Daysets U.S.A. - black and white - £21.00
Daylight - £14.00
Deep Impact/Scream 2 - £16.50
Demon Knight, Tales From The Crypt - £14.00
Dial M For Murder - £14.00
Die Hard With A Vengeance - £14.00
Dinosaur Promo. - £21.00
Dinosaur - £16.50
Disney Title Set - three on the reel - £14.00
Dr. Jeckyll And Sister Hyde - £14.00
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave - £14.00
Dragonheart/Escape From L. A. - ‘scope - £16.50

Easter Parade/Bitter Sweet - £16.50
El Cid - ‘scope - £15.99
Elvis Greats Volume One - Frankie And Johnny/Follow That Dream - £16.50
Elvis Greats Volume Two - Double Trouble/Viva Las Vegas - £16.50
The Empire Strikes Back - ‘scope - £15.99
Everything I Have Is Yours - £14.00
Evita - £13.50

Fall Of The Roman Empire - ‘scope - £16.50
Fantasia 2000 - £14.00
Fantasia - £16.50
First Contact - £14.00
Flight To Mars - £14.00
Four Weddings And A Funeral - £14.00
Fox Trailer Reel Number One - Romancing The Stone/The Jewel Of The Nile - £16.50
Fox Trailer Reel Number Two - Aliens/The Fly - £15.99
Fox Trailer Number Three - Predator - £14.00
Fox Trailer Reel Number Four - Die Hard/Commando/Alien - £23.00
Fox Trailer Reel Number Five - The Abyss/Cocoon - £16.50
Fox Trailer Reel Number Six - two different Die Hard II trailers - £15.99
The Fugitive - £14.00

George Pal Trailers - War Of The Worlds/When Worlds Collide - £16.50
Gladiator/Vertical Limit - £16.50
Godzilla/Alien Resurrection - £14.00
Goldeneye - £13.50
Goofy The Movie/Runaway Brain/Space Jam - £14.00
Gulliver’s Travels - £14.00
Gone With The Wind - special trailer to promote the 70mm version - £16.50

Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets- £14.00
Half A Sixpence - £13.50
Hands Of The Ripper - £14.00
The Haunting/The World Is Not Enough/Austin Powers II - £15.99
Hello Dolly - ‘scope - £14.00
Help! - £13.50
Hercules - ‘scope - £13.50
High Society/Ivanhoe - £16.50
Highlander - £14.00
Home Alone - £14.00
Hound Of The Baskervilles/The Revenge Of Frankenstein/Odeon Dayset - £16.50
The House On Haunted Hill - £11.50
How The West Was Won - £16.50
How The West Was Won - ‘scope - £15.99
How To Marry A Millionaire -’scope - £15.99
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame - £14.00

Independence Day - £14.00
Intermission Title - three on the reel - £11.50

Jurassic Park III - £14.00
Jack The Giant Killer - £16.50
Jaws - ’scope - £16.50
The Jolson Story - £14.00
Judge Dredd - ’scope - £11.50
Jurassic Park - £14.00

Kempski ’Scope Trailer Reel Number One - Ice Station Zebra/Point Blank/2010 - £24.99
Kempski ‘Scope Trailer Reel Number Two - Guns For San Sebastain/Ben Hur/Fearless Vampire Killers - £25.99
Kempski ‘Scope Trailer Reel Number Three - Doctor Zhivago - £24.99
The King And I - ‘scope - £14.00
King Kong - ‘scope - £16.50
Kiss Me Kate/Diamond Horseshoe - £16.50

Lord Of The Rings– The Two Towers– Scope-£16.50
Lord Of The Rings– The Fellowship Of The Ring-£16.50
Lady And The Tramp - ‘scope - £16.50
Last Action Hero - £14.00
Legend Of The Fall - £14.00
Lethal Weapon 4 - £13.50
Lethal Weapon/The Untouchables -’scope - £13.50
The Lion King Promo. - £23.00
The Little Mermaid Singalong - £23.00
The Little Mermaid/Mickey’s Christmas Carol - £16.50
The Little Mermaid - re-release - £14.00
The Living Daylights - £16.50
The Living Picture Show - two on the reel - £15.99
Long Stereo Fanfare - stereo - two on the reel - £11.50
Lord Of The Rings - £16.50
The Lost World/Dante’s Peak - £14.00

Man In The Iron Mask/Lost In Space - ’scope - £14.00
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein - £14.00
The Mask - £13.50
Meet Me In St. Louis - £14.00
Men In Black - ‘scope - £13.50
Merry Christmas Logo - £11.50
Miracle On 34th Street - £14.00
Mission Impossible II/End Of Days - £16.50
Mobile ‘Phone Spoof - £14.00
Moonraker - ‘scope - £13.50
More Cinema Tags - two on the reel - £16.50
Movie Theatre - £16.50
The Mummy/Wild Wild West - ‘scope - £16.50
Mutiny On The Bounty - ‘scope - £16.50
My Fair Lady - ‘scope - £15.99

Naked Gun Thirty Three And A Third - £14.00
New Fox Logo - two flat and two ‘scope - £11.50
Niagra/Winchester ‘73 - £16.50

Octopussy - £14.00
Oliver - ‘scope - £16.50
On The Town/Anchors Aweigh - £16.50
On With The Show - stereo - £14.00
Once Upon A Time In The West - ‘scope - £16.50
Openers And Closers - £14.00
The Outbreak - £13.50

Paint Your Wagon -’scope - £14.00
Part Two - silent - 4 on the reel - £7.30
Pearl, Dean And Youngers Opening/Close - £14.00
Pearl Harbour/Perfect Strom - £16.50
Peter Stuyvesant Cigarette Advertisement - ‘scope - £14.00
Planet Of The Apes trailer - ‘scope - £16.50
Pocahontas Promo. - £16.50
Pocahontas - £14.00
Prince Valiant/Three Coins In The Fountain - ‘scope - £16.50
Psycho - 1999 - £14.00
Psycho Promo - includes short trailer - b/w - £21.00

Queen trailer - two on the reel - £14.00
The Quiet Man - £13.50
Quo Vadis - £16.50

Raiders Of The Lost Ark - £14.00
Rambo, First Blood Part II - £16.50
Reach For The Sky Appeal - part b/w - ’scope - £21.00
The Reluctant Dragon/Hoppity Goes To Town - £16.50
The River Runs Wild - £14.00
The Robe, An Introduction To ‘Scope - £16.50
Robocop/Silence Of The Lambs - £16.50
The Rock - £14.00
Rooster Cogburn - ‘scope - £14.00

Spiderman- £14.00
Shrek - £14.00
Samson And Delilah - £14.00
Saving Private Ryan - £14.00
The Scars Of Dracula - £13.50
Schindler’s List -b/w - £13.50
‘Scope 55/Carousel - £16.50
‘Scope Alignment Test - silent - £10.50
The Secret Of Nimh - £14.00
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers - ‘scope - £14.00
Seven - £13.50
Seven Wise Dwarfs - £13.50
A Shot In The Dark - ‘scope - £16.50
Showboat - £15.99
Showcase Ad. Set - £15.99
Showtime Intros. - £11.50
Singin’ In The Rain - £16.50
Sleeping Beauty trailer - ‘scope - £16.50
Sleepy Hollow - £14.00
The Slipper And The Rose - ‘scope - £16.50
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - original featuring Walt Disney,
followed by the 90’s re-issue teaser - £14.00
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - re-release trailer which has been
available for many years - £14.00
Song Of The South trailer - £14.00
The Sound Of Music Credits - ‘scope - £23.00
The Sound Of Music - ‘scope - £16.50
South Pacific - £14.00
Speed - £13.50
Speed II - £14.00
The Spy Who Loved Me -’scope - £14.00
Star Is Born - ‘scope - £16.50
Star - ‘scope - £16.50
Star Wars The Phantom Menace - ‘scope - £14.00
Star Wars - ‘scope - £13.50
Star Wars Trilogy - ‘scope - £13.50
Stargate - £13.50
Stereo Title Card - £11.50
Streetfighter/Mortal Kombat - £14.00
Summer Holiday - ‘scope - £16.50
Supergirl trailer - £13.50
Supergirl trailer - ‘scope - £14.00
Sweet Charity - ‘scope - £16.50

Tarzan Promo. - £15.99
Teaser Titles - £11.50
Terminator/Terminator II - £16.50
That’s Dancin’ - £14.00
That’s Entertainment III - £11.50
There’s No Business Like Show Business - ‘scope - £16.50
The Thief Of Baghdad - £14.00
Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines - ‘scope - £16.50
Thousands Cheer - £14.00
Three Little Words - £16.50
The Three Musketeers - £14.00
Timecop - £14.00
Titanic - £15.99
Titanic - ‘scope - £16.50
Tom And Jerry The Movie - £14.00
Tom Thumb/Summer Stock - £16.50
Tomb Raider/Hannibal - £15.99
Tomorrow Never Dies - £11.50
Toy Story - £16.50
Trail Mix Up/Oscars - £15.99
Tree In A Test Tube - £23.00
True Lies - £14.00
The Truman Show - £13.50
Twins Of Evil - £14.00
Twister - £13.50

Vampire Circus - £14.00
Video Killed The Radio Star - Buggles pop music video - £16.50
A View To A Kill - £16.50

War Of The Worlds - £14.00
War Of The Worlds Record Promo. - stereo - £16.50
War Wagon/McClintock - ‘scope - £17.50
Waterworld - £14.00
Weekend In Havannah - £13.50
Welcome To The Show - 2 on the reel - £16.50
West Side Story - ‘scope - £16.50
Where Eagles Dare/Gigi - ‘scope - £15.99
Widescreen Stereo Logo - ‘scope/stereo - two on the reel - £14.00
The Wizard Of Oz - £14.00

X Men - £14.00

The Young Ones - ‘scope - £16.50

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Steve Klare
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Now THAT'S Service!

Thanks!!

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