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Chip Gelmini
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Friday Night March 6th

ANASTASIA

Animated feature by Don Bluth

DVD Projection

YAY! I'm the 300th post in this category [Big Grin]

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Bill Phelps
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some films

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Sunday night, shorts and trailers:
- The Incredibles teaser
- Brother Bear trailer
- Knick-Knack
- Finding Nemo

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Lars Pettersson
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Jean-Marc
what 35-projector are you using, any pics in an earlier thread?
[Roll Eyes]
Cheers
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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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It's a K i noton FP 23 with a 400w halogen lamp. Its greeninsh base is mounted on wheels with wooden tracks embedded into the top of the cabinet. The projector can then be pushed sideways to make way for either super 8 or 16 machines. I'll post more pictures later this year as there's still a lot to do (mostly cosmetic work to the theatre part, masking, etc.)

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Graham Ritchie
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On Super8 from Fantasia "Nutcracker Suite" good short to relax to, then onto the biggie
On the video projector "The Ghost and the Darkness" Michael Douglas and Val Kilmer, good scope picture and excellent 5:1 sound. I have watched this film a number of times over the years and it still makes me jump great score by Jerry Goldsmith.

Graham. [Smile]

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Lars Pettersson
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Jean-Marc
now you have me fittingly GREEN WITH ENVY [Big Grin]

Am I right to assume that this is the kind of projector that would normally be stationary with a big lamphouse in a cinema, and you´re using just the projector head, or is this a transportable model for viewing dailies on location film productions? Is it because many cinemas are closing down that it was possible to find this?
Completely different question: I have a 16mm Eclair camera in need of service and the foremost technician seems to be in Ivry Sur Seine, would you be willing to help me a little as "liason" should it be needed, since this man doesn´t seem to have an e-mail adress (most likely a 60 -70 year old [Smile] )? I´m going to write him a letter for starters. [Wink]

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Chip Gelmini
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Monday Night March 9

Return of the Jedi

Super 8 cinemascope

The Saga has now been screened [Big Grin]

We started January 5th, had atleast 3 weeks that were cancelled due to weather or personal conflicts.

But WOW let me say what fun it has been to watch all 7 films (The Clonewars included) in a row. I encourage anybody who has the capabilities to give this a try, regardless if you have to use different kinds of sized screens....JUST DO IT.

I believe this has truly been one of the most fun screenings I've ever done in the years that I've been collecting films - both with super 8 and / or DVD formats.

In review:

THE PHANTOM MENACE *

ATTACK OF THE CLONES *

THE CLONE WARS *

REVENGE OF THE SITH *

A NEW HOPE +

THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK +

RETURN OF THE JEDI +

* DVD

+ SUPER 8 CINEMASCOPE

~ CG ~

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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And if I may, I advise to add the 2005 Clone Wars series by Gendy Tartakowsky between the CGI Clone Wars and SWIII, as the final scenes are the key build-up elements to the opening of Revenge of the Sith. You understand how Palpatine ends up kidnapped on board Grievous's ship, The Invisible Hand.

Yesterday night screening:
The BFCC 3D show (on DVD)

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Saturday 7th it was serial night featuring CAPTAIN CELLULOID VS THE FILM PIRATES, all four episodes,with accompanying music on cassette,supported by Al St John in the hilarious CURSES (under its home movie title The Last Serial),Steve Reeves in the first episode of KIMBAR OF THE JUNGLE, a television serial that never got to chapter two !! and Mighty Mouse in that wonderful operetta-melodrama-serial parody FIGHT TO THE FINISH. first two in std 8,the others in super.
Monday, I showed Douglas Fairbanks' THE THREE MUSKETEERS ,supported by Fatty,Mabel and Al in HE DID AND HE DIDN'T. Both std 8.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Sunday the 15th was a bad movie double-bill: THE SHADOW STRIKES (1937),with Rod La Rocque and BUFFALO BILL IN TOMAHAWK TERRITORY (1952) with Clayton Moore.

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Kurt Gardner
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Comedy shorts! All in super 8mm...

Them Thar Hills
Tit for Tat
"The Freezer" episode of "I Love Lucy"
Tom & Jerry: "Milky Waif," "Tennis Chumps," "His Mouse Friday," all Walton in varying shades of color; "The Cat's Mee-ouch," MGM print with good color but soft focus

Finally a 400' student film from Alabama. My friend who was here for the show brought the reel. He used to instruct aspiring filmmakers back in the 70s and this was the work of a group of high school students. Color held up fine but all the editing was done with tape splices and prayed that they'd hold on. I'm going to transfer it to DVD.

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Steve Klare
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None!

We are tearing the house apart for renovations and unless I can get something going in the basement with a tripod screen I am out of business for the duration! [Frown]

My main screen has the dining room table shoved under it and I can't even pull it all the way down!

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Chip Gelmini
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Thursday March 12

MALIBU BEACH (Crown International Pictures)
DVD Projection
Volume 3 BCI Drive In Cult Classic Collection

Monday Night March 16

We ended our Monday Night Sci Fi screenings with what else than:

S P A C E B A L L S

DVD PROJECTION

May the almighty force/schwartz be with you ALWAYS [Big Grin]

Now my holiday break is upon me, no more screenings at home until after May 7th. I hope the withdrawl will be at a minimum!!!

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Phillip Black
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All 16mm b&w
The Big Combo(Cornel Wilde)
Ghost Chasers(Bowery Boys)
Payday(Chaplin)
Plus trailers for Cats Paw and Feet First-Harold Lloyd

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Friday night: Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008 version DVD projection)
Saturday night: The Orange Side (Darth Vader commercial), Nightmare Before Xmas trailer, Monsters Inc. trailer, Wallace & Gromitt trailer and (yes, again) The Madagascar Peguins

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Mark Mander
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Monday night we watched a 400ft The Lady Vanishes(1979)with really lovely colours and scope followed by a 16mm LPP print of Blame it on Rio(1984)....Mark.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Wednesday 18th March.

TIME FOR:

- THE RESCUERS DOWN UNDER (Disney). Nice movie!

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Michael O'Regan
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THE BLACK ROOM (1935) - Karloff.

Excellent Kodak Original print - 16mm

I do love those 30's horror movies. So atmospheric.

-Mike

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Paul Spinks
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Wow Mike,"The Black Room" I love that movie. They only released a cut down of it on Standard 8 I believe as I have never seen it on Super 8. I shall keep looking for a 16mm of this for my collection as, like yourself, I love those vintage horrors. Last night we had yet another ebay find, "The Ghost Train" with Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch. One or two scratches on this excellent 4X400ft release from Powell Films. Believe it or not, I had never seen this classic movie before. It was great fun and made for a very entertaining evening.

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Mark Williams
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I had a great show last night..

MIGHTY JOE YOUNG-1949 & SON OF KONG

2 x Mountain super 8mm features

And then..

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE BLU RAY on my Hitachi LCD projector.

The quality of this HD disc knocked my socks off,it even looked better than the 35mm cinema print!!!

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Paul
THE BLACK ROOM was released full length in std 8, many moons ago (officially or not, I don't know).

Tonight's show was a rich one.600 ft of MGM musical trailers,Tex Avery's VENTRILOQUIST CAT,Tom and Jerry in SALT WATER TABBY,Al St John and Cliff Bowes in THE PAPERHANGERS,Ida Lupino in the suspenseful tv episode NO WAY OUT,Bimbo (and Betty) in BIMBO'S INITIATION,Jimmy Finlayson starring in IN THE GREASE and the feature THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR TOAD.All in super 8.

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Thanks for the information Panayotis. I am always saddened when films that were available on standard 8 never appeared on super 8. Two Walton Films I would have liked to get my hands on, "Dark Waters" and "Sundown" were never released as features on super 8.

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Thanks for thanking me [Embarrassed] . Now you may thank me again [Wink] . Both features were released by Mountain as 4x400 in both std and super [Smile] .

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Monday 23rd March 2009

It was time for:

- Our Gang follies of 1938 (lovable!);
- Fantasia (reel n. 2);
- Pocahontas trailer;
- Midnight Express (Columbia Digest);
- Mickey Mouse - The first 50 years (Collector's Edition).

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