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Janice Glesser
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Psycho shots are fantastic Dino! I'm down in LA for a few days and missing my projectors. I have a bunch of Super 8mm arriving the day I get back home...and can't wait to screen them [Smile]

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Tom Photiou
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A mix n match tonight. Took out some that we haven't put through for a few years, first off the man with the golden uke with George Formby,
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followed up with The Bugs Bunny mystery special, excellent quality to,
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And finally the Iver Films 400 footer of the Klansman, excellent casting with Richard Burton and Lee Marvin, not to mention OJ Simpson before his troubles, and colour and print are very good, just a few minor black lines which will come out with a clean up.
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Jonathan Trevithick
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I watched a Red Fox print of 'North by Northwest'.

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Nice to see you watching George Tom [Big Grin]

Gone With The Wind 8X600ft reels for me.. Still amazing!
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Vidar Olavesen
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A couple of days ago, Regular 8, Swiss Miss, Sound on 4x400' Blackhawk

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Tom Photiou
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Lee, I thought he was a nice mix with the Klansman [Big Grin]
Talk about opposites, well, tonight I put on the brilliantly edited 600 footer of Capricorn one, in glorious scope, & what a great print to,
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A Pathe Newsreel and The Mad Doctor, a perfect Mickey Mouse cartoon for Halloween (although, not for very little children).

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Tom Photiou
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Tonight was the turn of The Neverending Story, the Derann 600 foot release although mine isn't stereo however, picture and sound are all very good, no colour fade on the print but as has already been said they were never vibrant like most of Deranns later releases. Although its a very good cut down my only gripe is why a few extra feet weren't spared to show the horse being lost in the swamp, it would have made it a perfect edit, but its still very good and one of the best edits on super 8,
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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw a few I got lately

Bruce Lee, The Man, The Myth 800' scope
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The Young Lions, 200' sound
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Over the Top, optical sound feature
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James N. Savage 3
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Great pix VIDAR!!

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Tom Photiou
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Just watched the 3 x 400 footer, (joined onto 2 x 600) of Clash of the titans. Again, we are very pleased and surprised, its been a few years since we put this through and being MGM I really thought it was going to be red or at least fading, but no. Apart from a few light marks here and there, (we did only pay around £30 for it), its absolutely fine. The blacks are black as they say.
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Tonight, two cartoons and a short. Among the cartoons, a Popeye in blanck and white with an English sound although it is a Film Office release with the title in French on the box. When I wanted to put the paper on which I had written today's date for remembering I lubbed the film with Filmguard, I found a double side printed paper with the list of the Popeye cartoons released by Film Office. What is surprising is that the list is on 6 languages, but English, the languge of the film !, is not among them.

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Ernie Zahn
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Tom, what stock is that?

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Check out the trailer for my feature length Spaghetti-style Western:

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Aladdin & The Lion King with the new CHC short Bumbble Bee

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Vidar Olavesen
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We saw Smokey and the Bandit 800', Smokey and the Bandit 2 800', Assault on Precinct 13 600' and The Man in the Iron Mask 400'
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Vidar Olavesen
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Poltergeist, 3x800' ... And thanks to Mr. Walsh for the bonus films, highly appreciated
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Andrew Woodcock
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You have another one on my wish list there Vidar! Lovely screen shots btw.... oh well, one day maybe l.o.l

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Vidar Olavesen
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Thanks, it's a great movie. It is slightly off focus, a bit my fault, as I probably turned the focus a bit when picking up the camera. But it also does look slightly blurry, especially on the titles. Great fun watching it again

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Luis Caramelo
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last night i screend goldfinger 4x600ft by derann
and night before was the terminator 4x600ft by derann
unfortunaly i can.t provide screen shots but most of you know these films...

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Vidar, I would certainly recommend the scope "Poltergeist", as it is one of those films that certainly uses the scope format to full effect. No doubt pricey but well worth it.

You lucked out on a good print of "Smokey and the Bandit 2". My print had good color as well, and the letterbox was certainly a plus!

Tom, great print of "Titans"! I believe that there were a number of prints that made it onto some form of low fade stock, don't know which kind though, possibly Fuji or Agfa?

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lst night a couples of cartoons:pink panther,and the full leght

the heroes of telemark,a great print from dcr,starring:kirk Douglas and Richard harris.

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A cartoon Little Roquefort Friday The 13. I watched it the best day possible to match the title.

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A cartoon Little Roquefort Friday The 13. I watched it the best day possible to match the title.

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Saw an optical feature today, starring Whoopie Goldberg, Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Ontkean and Kathleen Quinlan ... Clara's Heart
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Half decent film, wiht good colors, though some splices and lines

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Dominique De Bast
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A post war documentary in French "Viasages du Luxembourg" (Luxembourgs Faces) about this small European country. Then, in English, Dick Turpin, The Upright Man.

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