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David Ollerearnshaw
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Vidar Jim Davis was in Dallas I think he played Jock the head of the family is you ever saw it.

Just finished our show for tonight. Started with a Derann Pathe News from 1952 (b/w) a good print in all respects. A Techno Bugs Bunny in 'Hare Lift' very good in all ways.

Back to Derann for another News Reel this time 1947 picture OK, but sound a little muffled. Another Techno Bugs Bunny 'Bunny Gets Boyd a bit of fade on this still good though.

The last one from Hugh a few weeks ago Westworld a very good version well edited and a good print with perhaps a little fade, but not too bad.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Might have seen him, not knowing his name ...
Here's some more pictures from that western, hope someone recognize it.
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Also saw the print I got from Mr. Scott and colors were nice indeed. Sorry for a bit blurry images. The Incredible Shrinking Woman 2x400'
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The King and I, a 400' I bought from Rake on eBay for 1.99 GBP :-) Faded, but box was nice
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And finally some cartoons, two 35mm Disney's and Super 8 Hook and Ladder, 400' silent (anyone have a sound edition for sale?)
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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Now,we can be definite!. It is Rick Jason in the title role of "Joakin Murietta",episode from the STORIES OF THE CENTURY tv series.The old man is William Fawcett.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Thanks a lot ... Appreciated and impressed by your knowledge :-)

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Luis Caramelo
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hi!friend Vidar you got na email

regards:
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Vidar Olavesen
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Thanks, replied :-)

Yesterdays viewings
Some cartoons (Goofy's Golden Gags, Disney's Classics Volume 1, Mickey and His Pals and some more)
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The Hindenburg, 2x400'
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The Jerk, 2x400'
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The Electric Horseman, 2x400'
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Herbie The Love Bug, Rides Again and Goes to Monte Carlo, 3x200'
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David Ollerearnshaw
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Done it again. The Love Bug music is back with me. The first three I just love to watch. Love Bug

When Disney's live action were fun.

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Osi Osgood
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Wow! That "Hindenburg" is completely unfaded! Awesome! I've never seen a print of that with pristine color. That was quite a find, Vidar!

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Vidar Olavesen
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:-) Again proves Mr. Scott has excellent quality :-)

Very happy with all the 2x400's I got

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Andrew Woodcock
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Absolutely Vidar! Now save some for me next time ha ha [Wink]

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Andreas Chmielewski
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We have look:

Vera Cruz on Super 8 (Burt Lancaster and Gary Cooper)

Full lengh Acetat Print on 4 x 600 feet Reels, Prints comes from Germany, it gives only 2 pieces.

color, german sound and in Scope

Very Rare Print, nice colors and great sharp

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw a couple of cheap 16mm ones I got at the Lakene meeting in Sweden ... Paid 5 GBP for this, and it shows why it was cheap. Splicey and faded to total red, but still, hadn't seen it so it was okay
The Comedy of Terrors
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Paid 15 GBP for Rolling Thunder, which I hadn't seen since it was released on VHS. Wasn't perfect, but quite okay
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David Baker
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Thanks Vidar for the pics of COMEDY OF TERRORS . I always LOVE the Vincent Price flicks . 16MM is a format I used to have ( in the 1970's ). ROLLING THUNDER looks to be pretty good for it's age .
Please share MORE !
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David Ollerearnshaw
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Yes hanks Vidar , Comedy Of Terrors one of my favourites. Starring some of the greats.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Today a friend and I saw a nice 80's sci-fi, Invaders From Mars. Absolutely great fun and talk about nice camera work, colors, lighting ... Super fun

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Last Sunday,at a friend's open air (backyard) cinema,Mel Brooks' LIFE STINKS in a glorious 35 mm print.An uneven comedy-drama,(a Preston Sturges-Frank Capra film,60 years later) and not up to a par with them.
On Wednesday,chez moi,Heckle and Jeckle in SUPER SALESMAN,where they try to sell a hair growing formula. A nice copy,slightly reddish.THE CELEBRATED ARCHIVES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES,the promo,plus the trailer, of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes,faded to a yellowish monochrome.Unfortunately,as it includes besides a quick history of the Great Detective in literature and film,scenes of Billy Wilder directing. Top attraction of the evening,ADELE HASN'T HAD HER DINNER YET,or,NICK CARTER IN PRAGUE. An italian copy,dubbed in spanish,slightly fading,of a czech film by the great Oldrich Lipsky,who made the classic LEMONADE JOE,and a whole series of parodies of every genre,this being of course a spoof of the dime detective novels of the early twentieth century,and equally funny and inventive.All films in super 8.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Freddy's Revenge. Only seen the two first reels as I had to repair reel two with quite a lot of sprocket damage. Turned out okay
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English version, looks uncut at least

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Vidar Olavesen
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Had a viewing in the film club on Sunday. We saw the excellent, though a little reddish print of The Goodbye Girl, 16mm ... Just love this film.
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We also saw Paradise Alley and The Jerk 2x400's, but posted those pictures just a little while ago, so skipping them now. We saw Play it Again, Sam: From Stage to Screen 200' promo and also Goofy Over Sports 400'
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told you those two are a great watch Vidar, now look, twice in just over a week. A true bargain from gentleman Hugh!

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Gordon Hunter
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Just projected in Super 8mm silent, "The Uncovered Wagon" released in 1923. A parody of course of the "Covered Wagon". Only taken me some 35 years to give the film its second projection! Purchased from "Blackhawk" all those years ago, the print is in excellent condition.

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Brian Fretwell
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Scars of Dracula pt 1 0f 3x600ft Derann on Agfa stock colours still very good, but as it was a faulty print grading was off on some day for night scenes it was one I got cheap. That doesn't spoil it much. Now off to watch the rest.

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Nice Brian ! Once I owned a print of " SCARS " and it sounds pretty much as you describe yours . I did indeed enjoy the 3 parter though !
John C. and myself will be off this weekend to Steve Osbourne's Out side film party at THE REEL IMAGE store in Kettering , Ohio .
I'll report back with the film schedule and what is shown next week !
Really looking forward to this ; it will remind me of a " Drive - In " , in a way . [Wink]

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Janice Glesser
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I just had a new backyard patio and cover built. It was a beautiful warm California night...so I set up a screen and my 16mm projector and watched a film I just received.

FEDS (1988)
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVNEE-CAYuE&feature=youtu.be

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Nice, Janice!

I've dabbled in outdoor showings myself, but ran into two problems:

1) Bugs
2) Rain

-at least you have a roof over your patio: a little bug spray and you're in business.

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Thank goodness no rain or bugs last night Steve [Smile] I'm going to work on setting up a bigger screen at some time...but for now this was easy to setup and take down. The movie FEDS was a lot of fun to watch. This was a favorite movie that me and my two sons watched in the 80's. The quality of the print and the sound was excellent.

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