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Osi Osgood
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 - posted August 28, 2006 10:14 AM      Profile for Osi Osgood   Author's Homepage   Email Osi Osgood   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
In tribute to a great company, how about if we all state what Derann films we are happy to own. I'll start.

The Fog (1X600)
Alien (feature)
Poltergeist (feature)
Star Wars (feature, first day of release, personally signed by Darth Vader! Take that Kevin Faulkner!)

(I personally have a happy antoagonism with Kevin because HE owns a copy of CE3K from Derann, GRRRR!)

Plus an enormous collection of cartoons released by Derann!

Hows about you?

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Andrew Wilson
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 - posted August 28, 2006 11:01 AM      Profile for Andrew Wilson   Author's Homepage   Email Andrew Wilson   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
OK OSI here's mine
pearl harbour-1x400ft/scope.
The mummy(1959)5x400ft/on 2x800ft.
T2-the chase-1x200ft/scope.
The little mermaid-3x600ft/on2x800ft.stereo.
The fog-1x600ft/scope.
both GLADIATOR extracts-1x400ft/scope/stereo.
Playground Skirmish-1x200ft/scope/stereo.
Aladdin-4x600ft/on 2x800ft.stereo.
Raise the titanic-1x1200ft/1x800ft.Flat.
They died with their boots on- b/w1x600ft.
The mines of moria-1x400ft-scope/stereo.
Angels with dirty faces-1x600ft/b/w.
The Sea Hawk-1x600ft/b/w.
Treasure of Sierra Madre-1x600ft/b/w.
Jungle book-1x1600ft/col/snd.
Dracula-prince of darkness-1x400ft/scope.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Hmmm....this could take awhile....

Features

Adventures of Robin Hood, The
Aladdin
Alien
Aliens
Beauty and the Beast
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Devil Rides Out, The
Dirty Dozen, The
Fantasia 2000
First Men In The Moon
Flash Gordon
Fog, The
Goldfinger (sorry, Jan)
Horror Of Dracula
Jack The Giant Killer
Jason And The Argonauts
Little Mermaid, The
Mary Poppins
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Plague Of The Zombies
Poltergeist
Poltergeist 2
Quatermass & The Pit
Raise the Titanic
Return Of The Jedi
Romancing The Stone
Scars Of Dracula
Seventh Voyage of Sinbad
Sound Of Music
Star Wars
Terminator 2 Judgment Day
Thunderball
Wizard of Oz

Shorts/Cut Downs

Assault On Precinct 13
Audioscopics
Battle of Carthage
Captain Blood
Carrie
Gremlins
Final Flight Of The Osiris
Kingdom of Spiders
Magnificent Seven, The
Mines Of Moria
Murder in 3D
Never Ending Story, The
Pardon My Backfire
Phantasm
Q The Winged Serpent
Raise the Titanic
Rollerball
Vampire Circus
Vincent
Wild Geese, The

I'm know there are a few more somewhere.........

Doug

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Features:

Star Wars
Little Shop of Horrors

Cut-downs:

Space Cruiser Yamato
That’ll Be the Day
Holocaust 2000
Elvis, the Movie
Phantasm
New York, New York
Hawk the Slayer
Q the Winged Serpent
Superman II
Gremlins
Matrix Reloaded
The Fog
The Great Escape
The Maltese Falcon
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World
Carrie
The Magnificent Seven
The Treasure of Sierra Madre
Raise the Titanic

TV:

The Avengers, Return of the Cybernaut
The Avengers, The Positive-Negative Man

Shorts, extracts & toons:

Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Tummy Trouble
Roller Coaster Rabbit
Trail Mix Up
Vincent
Nutty Movie
For the Birds
Creature Comfort
Tricks of our Trade
Christmas Caper
Murder in 3D
Runaway Brain
The Pod Race

+ some T&J and a lot of trailers.

Are « Dark Star » and « Assault on Precinct 13 » really from Derann ? I though they were from PM…

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Kurt Gardner
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Wow. Doug, do you have their whole library?

Mine is much more modest...

FEATURES
The Lion King
The Jungle Book
Toy Story
Robocop
Dracula (Hammer)

CUTDOWNS & SHORTS
Dracula, Prince of Darkness (3x400)
Genevieve (1x600)
Derann Moviemag -- Hammer
The Snowman
Mickey's Christmas Carol
About 15 cartoons, "A Look at Life" featurettes and travelogues

oh...and the final Pathe newsreel.

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Osi Osgood
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I also have a "happy antagonism" with these rich guys who can afford all those features .......

GRRRRR!

Actually, if I was to include optical sound features that I've bought from Derann, the number would be a good deal higher, but I was just including ones that were actually manufactured by Derann. For instance, I have "Logan's Run" which I bought from Derann, but was a Kempski print.

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Paul Adsett
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Here's my Derann list:

Features:
Genevieve
Lady and the Tramp
Show Boat
Singin in the Rain
American in Paris
That's Entertainment
That's Entertainment 3
High Society
Meet me in St Louis
Horror of Dracula
First men in the Moon
Masque of the Red Death
The Magic Box
Shane
Grease
Dead of Night

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Douglas Meltzer
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Osi,

You mean those "rich guys" who work on weekends and do double shifts just so they can enjoy their hobby?

Doug

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Mike Peckham
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Difficult to be certain because all my cine films are still in storage following my trip but from memory the list is something like this;

Features

The Jungle Book
Grease
Toy Story
Who Framed Roger rabbit?
Beauty and the beast
Pocahontas
Lion King
Wizard of Oz
Master & Commander
Alladin
A Bugs Life

Shorts

For the Birds
Pieces of Silver
Grease Extracts (Maria, America etc.)
Pod Race
Matrix Extracts
Pearl Harbour
The Lord of the Rings Extracts
Madagscar Penguins
Don't Stop the Music promo

Plus loads of other shorts, advert reels trailers etc.

Can't wait to get those boxes unpacked! [Big Grin]

Mike [Cool]

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Osi Osgood
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Hey, I work a lot, just a lot is poured forth on living expenses around here. I've been pretty lucky though, most of my features I've bought I've bought at a bargain price, and the super 8 opticals usually tend to be a lot less in cost, which is another reason why I buy them. For instance, I just bought "Children of a Lesser God" and "Rocky 3" on super 8 optical film for 75.00 dollars each, so, I've been lucky.

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Andrew Wilson
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Hello Doug.I see from your list you have SCARS OF DRACULA.
Is that the feature or the featurette?.Andy.

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Paul Spinks
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Hi everyone,
the Derann titles I have are:

Full features.
7th Voyage of Sinbad
Night of the Big Heat
The Smallest Show on Earth
To Have And Have Not

4x400ft abridged features.
Horror of Frankenstein
Scars of Dracula
Revenge of the Vampire
The Lavender Hill Mob
Dead of Night
The Blood Beast Terror
The Quatermass Xperiment
Quatermass 2
Quatermass and the Pit
X the Unknown
Kronos
Plague of the Zombies
The Devil Rides Out
The Mummy's Shroud
The Creeping Flesh

400ft digests.
Kingdom of the Spiders
The Comeback
The Uncanny

Best wishes,
Paul.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Osi,

I had no idea "Children of a Lesser God" was out on optical. Have the colors in general on your opticals been holding up?

Andy,

Years go I bought the abridged version of "Scars"which has faded quite a bit. I recently picked up the full length feature and it's beautiful!

Doug

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James N. Savage 3
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Hello to all!

My Derann collection:

FEATURES-

The Abyss
Alien
Aliens
The Fog
The Lion King
Independence Day
Star Wars

DIGESTS-

The Sound of Music (3 x 600 foot)
Capricorn One
Superman II
Rollerball
Phantasm
Gremlins
Gladiotor (carthage)
Matrix (playground & freeway)
Phantom Menace
Grease (summer nights)

SHORTS-(I'll list what I can remember for now & edit later [Wink] )

Pieces Of Silver
America/Mr. Bean
Future Generations/Railway
Reflections
Reflections USA
Going Nutty
Fastest Animal Alive
Psycho Promo

.....will add more later in edit.....

Numerous trailers and cartoons.

Nick.

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Osi Osgood
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Yes, the colors on "Children of a Lesser God" are great! As usual, the picture is sparkling. I love optical sound. That brings my total to, I believe, 33 optical sound features, with only two having slightly fading color.

I'm a happy man!!

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Alan Rik
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Rocky III on optical full length? That is awesome! [Smile]
I want one.
Will you trade me "The Rose" 400ft cutdown for it? Its pretty rare...

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Jan Bister
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Features... 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Secret of Nimh

Cutdowns... Freeway Frenzy (Matrix extract)

Shorts... Tummy Trouble, Rollercoaster Rabbit (cartoons with Roger Rabbit)

To be edited... I think I have more Blackhawks than Deranns! [Eek!]

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Gary Crawford
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When I first saw this thread , I didn't think I had enough to list, but then I got to thinking about it and it turns out I have several. Features: Cinderella, The Little Mermaid. The Quatermass Xperiment, Quatermass 2. Scars of Dracula. One reel of Die Hard.
Shorts: Lonesome Ghosts. Pardon my Backfire. Another Wild Idea. Odor in the Court. Preview to View to A Kill and Living Daylights.

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Paul Spinks
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Hi everyone,
More Derann films arrived in the post this morning.

Full feature.
Jack the Giant Killer

4x400ft Abridged feature.
Dracula: Prince of Darkness

400ft Digest
Phantasm (I found this one when I was checking through the film piles. I didn't realise that this was a Derann release.)

Best wishes,
Paul.

Larger premises are urgently required!!! [Frown]

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Brian Hendel
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Since I am obsessed with collecting Derann films I will add my list so far... Can you tell I'm a horror nut!?

FEATURES

LUST FOR A VAMPIRE
SCARS OF DRACULA
HANDS OF THE RIPPER
VAMPIRE CIRCUS
DR. JEKYLL/SISTER HYDE
SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (STEREO)
HORROR OF FRANKENSTEN
ISLAND OF TERROR
BLOOD ON SATAN'S CLAW
SPECTRE OF EDGAR ALLEN POE
COUNTESS DRACULA
DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARKNESS (SCOPE)
THE DEVIL RIDES OUT
THE REPTILE
CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN
REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN
HORROR OF DRACULA
BLOOD BEAST TERROR
GRAVE OF THE VAMPIRE
PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES
MUMMY'S SHROUD
VIRGIN WITCH
LEGEND OF DRACULA
MICKEY'S XMAS CAROL
THE SNOWMAN
THE AVENGERS: THE LIVING DEAD
CREEPING FLESH (REEL #2)
VAMPYRES (I know, it's Powell, but it's too great not to list)
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER (same deal)

DERANN DIGESTS:

THE GIANT BEHEMOTH
TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE
THE GHOUL
QUATERMASS AND THE PIT
I DON'T WANT TO BE BORN
SCARS OF DRACULA
COUNTESS DRACULA
TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA
VAMPIRE CIRCUS
CREEPING FLESH
LADY VANISHES (SCOPE)
HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN
THE SORCERERS
SATAN'S SKIN
THE VAMPIRE MOTH
SCROOGE (SCOPE)

TONS OF TRAILERS

HOW ABOUT OLD WALTON FEATURES (JUST AS COOL)

HANNIE CAULDER
BEAST MUST DIE
VAMPIRE CIRCUS
TWINS OF EVIL
CURSE OF CRIMSON ALTER (800')
DOOMWATCH
ONE MILLION YEARS BC
DR. WHO AND DALEKS
DR. WHO: DALEKS INVASION EARTH
FRIGHT
WITCHFINDER GENERAL

MOUNTAIN (LESS COOL, BUT FUN)

BLOOD OF DRACULA'S CASTLE
WASP WOMAN
PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE
BLOOD DEVILS
NIGHTMARE IN WAX
KING KONG

FEATURES WANTED DESPERATELY:

REVENGE OF THE VAMPIRE
CREEPING FLESH
BEAST FROM HAUNTED CAVE
MONSTER FROM PIEDRAS BLANCAS
BLOOD ON MUMMY'S TOMB
EQUINOX

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Osi Osgood
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Sorry, no trade for Rocky 3, (but I admire your sense of humor), the best thing about Derann films is thier use of superior stock. Of course, like all companies, earlier on they used inferior Eastman (a long LONG time ago, on a continent far far away!), but all these modern prints, for about the last, what, twenty years?, have been Eastman LPP stock, (or fuji stock as well?), which means these prints will outlast thier owners, (in most cases, as most super 8 collectors are over 30 or so!)

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Osi Osgood
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Sorry, no trade for Rocky 3, (but I admire your sense of humor), the best thing about Derann films is thier use of superior stock. Of course, like all companies, earlier on they used inferior Eastman (a long LONG time ago, on a continent far far away!), but all these modern prints, for about the last, what, twenty years?, have been Eastman LPP stock, (or fuji stock as well?), which means these prints will outlast thier owners, (in most cases, as most super 8 collectors are over 30 or so!)

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Paul Spinks
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Hi Brian,
great collection... and I thought I was the only horror collector on this forum. I have most of the Mountain horror releases but I have never come across "The Monster of Piedras Blancas" in 4x400ft Super 8 sound. It is a very hard title to find. Maybe only a few features were sold but I have been looking for years and it never shows up. Likewise your "Wasp Woman" is a difficult feature to get in Super 8. I sold my print years ago when I thought that video was the future of "Home Cinema" and have always regretted it. Luckily I have got back most of the films I foolishly got rid of in the 80's.
Derann, Walton and Powell Films between them released all of the classic British horror films, but Mountain were great for all those classic PRC and RKO titles as well as minor classics from Europe and the Philippines. Also as most of their films were in black and white they are still in great condition.
Luckily the mainstay of every Super 8 distributors lists were the horror and sci-fi movies so we are happily spoilt for choice with titles.
All the best,
Paul.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Paul,

There are quite a few horror collectors here (including myself)!

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Paul Spinks
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Hi Doug,
yes you are quite right. I looked back over the film reviews section and a fair percentage of the reviews have been for horror sci-fi and fantasy films. And with a membership of well over 600 people there has to be more than a few of us out there.
Best wishes,
Paul.

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