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Osi Osgood
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Nice to see those screenshots of "Westworld" Chris! I have the optical sound super 8 feature but the strange thing about it, is it's one of those rare super 8 opticals that was printed wrong, two of the reels have OK sharpness to them, standard for mid 70's super 8 optical, but the other two are VERY soft focus, most frustrating.

Still, nice to have the whole feature.

That superman of yours looks quite good Laksmi!

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Ernie Zahn
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Chris, you did a nice job recovering the color on Ben-Hur! I wonder if a polarizing filter would improve the contrast. It won't make the color richer but part of what folks like about saturation is due in part to the contrast.

It might provide the illusion of richer colors.

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Richard Bock
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Took a look at a reel of my most favorite silent feature, Greed directed by Eric Von Stroheim. Standard 8mm.

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Chris Fries
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I was in the mood for more Spielberg digests after watching JAWS the other day. I just watched all the other ones.

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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND

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1941 2x400

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RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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I was watching last night a Black and white classic super 8mm feature 3X600. I never get tired of and the girl at the end gets me every time. Why did she go to sleep I tell her. She was so pretty they got out of everything and were home free. Pod people here they come!  -
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Vidar Olavesen
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That Spielberg evening looked nice :-) I am so wanting a decent 1941 myself and Duel too

Love it

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Vidar Olavesen
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That Spielberg evening looked nice :-) I am so wanting a decent 1941 myself and Duel too

Love it

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Michael De Angelis
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Vidar,

This is a first for me that Laurel & Hardy's Hog Wild was titled uninhabited house.

Hog Wild is one of their very best.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Last night I was seeing ufo movies after the pod invasion The Third Kind digest love it  -
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Vidar Olavesen
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Seems to have lots of different titles those L&H's. I think Two Tars at least have one called Car Crashers and Road to Ruin in 200'

Makes it a bit difficult to know the original title sometimes :-)

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw some 16mm shorts and a feature today
Deputy Dawg: Air Plant and Abbott & Costello: High Flyers
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Abbott & Costello: Midget Car Racing and No Indians Please, L&H: Mistaken Idendity
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Something Big and W.C. Fields Golf
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The first picture of Something Big is no filter, the rest is with one cyan filter

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Dominique De Bast
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That's incredible, I watched the same Abott and Costello (High Flyers) two days ago in the 200 feet super 8 silent version.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Vidar your going back to your old style of showing a lot of movie shots. You go over board with pictures. Last night I watched AVATAR super 8mm trailer.  -

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Vidar Olavesen
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Today we saw 16mm feature of The War Wagon. Very nice and sharp print with good colors (a few fault it has, like many splices and the last minute is a norwegian ending with less quality) ... Good movie

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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Today I played real Cinema with my kids. We watched Bruce Lee Green hornet (35mm). With some advertising at the begining and the Trailer of Spiderman strikes back.

The kids made some tickets and charged money from my wife, she watched only the advertising and left the living room. We had potato chips and lot of fun.

No pics today, my full attention was on the movie.

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David Ollerearnshaw
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Omer. Was the "Green Hornet" one of the episodes or the episodes that were edited into features for European cinemas?

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Oemer Yalinkilic
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It was the feature edited from 3 TV shows. I have the other feature too, but it is faded. This one is on LPP filmstock with beautiful color, except last (smal) reel, this last 5 minutes is also faded.
Both features exist also on Super 8 (diggist) from UFA and Marketing.

Today I watched a 35mm technicolor Reel:
3x Cartoons and 7x trailers
Cartoons: Andy Panda- Knock, Knock (first appearance of Woody Woodpecker), Woodpecker- Termites from Mars, Silly Symphonie- Cookie Carnival.
Trailer: The Black Rose, The Mark of the Renegade, Sombrero, Small Town Girl, Meet me in St. Louise, Thousend Chears and Everythink I have is yours.
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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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I didn't show any films last night. I watched numerous films in Wildwood at Cinesea 8.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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I watched the classic sexy Jane Fonda in super 8 digest 400 reel BARBARELLA .It was a very different Sci-Fi movie with it's abstract images.I love John Philip Law as the angel it was one of his first films. This was the French Star Wars in those days a comic book Avant garde , FILM noir  -
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Osi Osgood
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Mmmmm ... Barbarella!

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Richard Bock
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gorgeous color on Meet Me in St. Louis! I agree that Hog Wild is one of Laurel and Hardy's best. My favorite part is the rock fight at the end. Hysteria and outrageous behavior at its finest. Images (Standard 8mm Blackhawk)

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Vidar Olavesen
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Was about to see The Sea Hawk, but in the boxes was The Flame and the Arrow, so we saw that instead
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Tom Photiou
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We started with two PG tips Chimp ads in scope and two rare trailers both in scope and both with 1st class print colour and sound,
Kelly’s Heroes teaser
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And full trailer to the Edgar Alan Poe film The Raven, with Vincent price and Boris Karloff,
And then we pulled out the classic feature scope print of
The Fog. A film with a bit of a fan following although its reviews upon its original cinema release were not very good, this is classic John Carpenter, it needs no introduction to the super 8 collector but as I have said before this is a big screen super 8 film, I have watched it once on TV and it lost all its impact. Our print is excellent although there is weird high pitch, (almost like a fax) noise on and off until the titles disappear, we did pick this up years ago for just £70 from our good friend Roger Lily of movieland international. In fact we picked up some great horror bargains as Roger never sold what he described as Horror movies due to his own reasons but when he rang us and said I have this film or that film for x amount of £s we were always pleased and this was the best bargain. Excellent colour and sound. Good definition with just a few minor marks in the very last reel but nothing some cleaner wont sort out for the next viewing. Some of the images were difficult to get right as most of the film is set at night so i did my best [Wink]
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Yesterday I watched (in super 8 sound) These Lights Must Not Go Out and Autograph Hound (a Donald Duck's cartoon in which he's trying to get signatures from Hollywood's stars).

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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This is the classic strong man flick he replaced Steve Reeves in the title role. Victor Mature was great but I would have gone for Steve. SAMSON AND DELILAH 3 X 400 color sound super 8mm. I love these epic strong man flicks. There full of costumes ,beautiful women, and sets.  -
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