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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Laksmi,
the marketing part 2 of Star Wars looks great. The color looks like in 1978 as it was new.
Unfortunately I can´t help you. Maybe someone can record his english version and put it online and you record it direct from this file?
Or I translate the dialogs for you [Big Grin]

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James N. Savage 3
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Is it the exact same edit as Ken's digest? If so, it would be easy to re-record.

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Luis Caramelo
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hi!laksmi,the german version who has the edited it,s the star wars 2 from revue film,the marketing it,s a bit different,i do have star wars 2 ,the quality it,s best than ken,but unfourtunaly the sound it,s german.

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Akshay Nanjangud
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Great pics Laksmi. Unfortunately, I have no remix experience. Some day in future. But ... great pics!!

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Osi Osgood
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Why Laksmi! What a lovely print!

It just occurred to me, that the person you might what to contact is Jean ... I think he's the one who did the excellent review of his editing the Ken Films and the marketing Films version of STAR WARS together, as well as re-recording them too. This person might well have the audio from all the separate digests. It's worth a shot!

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Okay Osi I will check it out. Jean what? Is the sound strip recordable can I just get the scenes from my DVD. Or will it be a different recording in the frame speed to match it? Review is good by Rob Young http://8mmforum.film-tech.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=4;t=000045

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Ralf Hoff
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Last night I watched the Hammer-Horror Dracula A.D. 1972 with Chr. Lee and P. Cushing.

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@Oemer: now you can see my pics of Dracula A.D. 1972. I think they are identical to your 16mm print.

Ralf

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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Hello Ralf,
thank you very much for the pics. But I think the color is a litle bit better on my 16mm print than your 35mm print, but I am shure, your print is much more sharp than mine.
Here are some screenshots from the same scene of your screenshots.
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Ralf Hoff
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Hi Oemer,

yes your pics look better. I think my print has faded and so the colours are not so fresh like yours. The colour on my print is on the brownish side.

The picture of J.Alucard in the cavern club is on screen not so red.

Btw I looked on the vhs tape I recorded from TV and the colours are also weal and pale.

But I like the film and I think it is better to have this or your print. [Wink]

Ralf

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Lee Mannering
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Last night we watched..

Sherlock Holmes trailer reel issued by Collectors Club twice!

Konga with my 'Kongaphonic Stereo' re recorded sound track

Pathe Pic Organ Museum

Philips Cavalcade 1966

Japser and the Watermelons 1942

Carry On Doctor 1967 feature (Collectors Club)

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Excellent evening and its the 5th time we have watched Carry on Doctor this year.

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Jonathan Trevithick
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Lots of trailers, including Aliens.

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Osi Osgood
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That's it Laksmi, try to contact Rob Young, maybe he can help!

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Vidar Olavesen
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Trailer evening 35mm

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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Very nice screenshots Vidar.
Last night was a faded prints day. I run first a reel with few Elvis Trailers: The Trouble with girls, Viva las Vegas, Double Trouble, Speedway, Live a little love a little, Stay away jo and some music numbers cut from a Viva Las Vegas print (Viva las Vegas, What`d I say, Comon Everybody, Appreciation, today tomorow and forever).
Then I screened reel 3 from the feature "Allways fair weather" with the great dance number of Cyd Charisse.
After that to see color, I run all 3 Trailers of Star Wars Special Edition (trippel, combo and only Jedi).
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Greg Marshall
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Trailer freak here... must post some

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Janice Glesser
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I had to get my L&H fix tonight with my Super8 Sound 2x400 version of The Whacky West. The singing cowboys and Stan and Ollie's dance routine is classic [Smile]

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Rob Young ? Osi can he do my sound? Vidar the STAR WARS shots are sharp in scope,and Oemer the Viva Las Vegas is my city . I like your WHACKY WEST shots Janice. Last night I watched CLOSE ENCOUNTERS and STAR WARS EMPIRE digest 400 foot reel super 8.  -  -  -
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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Hi Laksmi, did you won the auction?

I maried in Las Vegas in the graceland chapel, maybe you know it?
Unfortunately I missed to book the Elvis imitator.
My favorite Elvis movie is Viva las Vegas, have you got the 3x400 diggest?
This is One of the finest diggest ever.
Oemer

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Yes Oemer I won the Close Encounter film . Those were screen shots from my other copy in the regular box. I didn't get the clam shell one yet. No I want a copy of Via Las Vegas you got one for sell its my favorite Elvis movie as well. I was watching last night super 8mm 400 foot digest of a Ray Harryhausen's MYSTERIOUS ISLAND  -
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Laksmi Breathwaite
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I got the GERMAN marketing part 2 of Star Wars 400 Digest color sound from Osi so here are some more shots . Actually it is not that bad in German with original music and sound. I think I will keep it as an original.  -  -
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Vidar Olavesen
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Just got three Three Stooges and watched them (Sorry Joe, no reply from you made me have to get them sent to me)
Hoi Polloi, 400' Sound
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In the Sweet Pie and Pie, 400' Sound
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Title picture is off, was not ready with camera, so there should be a Columbia logo beside, like the following picture

Dizzy Pilots, 400' Sound
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Not seen the Three Stooges before and found them to be very funny

Curly: No! I'm too young to die. Too young and too handsome!

[looks in the mirror]

Curly: Well, I'm too young.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Hey VIDAR I love Curley nuck, nuck, nah! I still don't understand how you are getting away with more then 8 pictures? You are the only one that has ever in the whole forum posted so many pictures in this style. I have been a member for many years and have never seen this. I believe I told you to post all the pictures on one sheet down sizes in photo shop like this . Is this to much work for you?  -
but you are posting more then 8 pictures The filesize restriction on image uploads is 200K. Likewise the acceptable width for any uploaded picture is 550 pixels ? I have been noticing that many older members are not showing any screen shots and its mainly you and me. I don't think you are aware or even noticing it but I am. My personal opinion is that you should only put up a total of 8 pictures to be fair and not intimidate other members. Maybe other older members can comment about this.  -

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Vidar Olavesen
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I only take the pictures into Paint, resize to 550 pixels, go to properties and sets the height to 3000 or so, then open another Paint with the next picture. Resize that to 550 pixels, choose to mark all, then copy. Go back to first picture and paste it onto that and place it nicely under the first. Repeat until all pictures are in. Then I have to load the complete picture into a program that can set the compression (Photoshop) and save a file compressed to under 200Kb

I think someone here suggested it

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Okay but we are only allowed 8 550 size per down load . Even after you compress the file . You are the only member who is putting up so many pictures . Have you not notice no one else has done this. Just try counting every bodies pictures where there are many small pictures or big. You can put up many small pictures on one sheet of 550 making it a bit easier to scroll though them to view. Don't get me wrong I love pictures from movies but you can over do it and it is called over kill. This is my own personal Opinion once again. Some times I feel why even bother putting these pictures up it was fun at first sometimes hard work with the computer. But I do it to share not to oh look what I got . I want everybody to share. For a long time before you became a member the site was dead and it was gone off the list and I started it by finding it and back tracking to get it started. Many members like me are lazy and just want to watch their films. They have beautiful films but don't know computer that well I won't mention any names. Anyway my lovingly advise just keep it down to 8 pictures a post. You can also write reviews of your films. Sometimes I run two different post back to back to put on more pictures. If everyone did what you did we would have no room for other members like Austin,Douglas Meltzer, Dino, Jean-Marc, Pat, Hugh,Steve ,Graham or Osi to name a few I have not seen for a long time.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Vidar's posts are fine...There's plenty of room for pictures! If I had a permanent setup, a real screening room, I'd be putting up screen shots all the time!

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