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Oliver F. R. Feld
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Although I don’t like the „new“ Star Wars features I must say that the print really looks awesome. Do You have 2 soundstripes for Stereo sound? Really a great Super-8-jewel! Congratulations!

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Jason Smith
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Alan, that Star Wars print quality looks great!

I watched a 1200ft Thunderbird films sampler made up of opening titles, excerpts, and custom made digests of a few films...all in scope!

Some of the movies in the pictures are evident. Let's see if you guys can guess what the other titles are.

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Andreas Chmielewski
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The Devils 1971 with Oliver Reed - full lengh feature on Super 8, Scope

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Osi Osgood
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Wow Jason, I really admire THAT film of yours, (the Vincent Price/Peter Lorre classic!).

Another treasure on super 8!! thanks for sharing! [Smile]

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Mark Mander
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Last night I watched a film I've not seen on any other format so was pleased to say I enjoyed it,Billy Crystal in Memories of Me an optical sound feature and colours are very good,it's a shame I can't do screenshots on here as looks like a 16mm print,Mark

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Steve Klare
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Today was the Vernal Equinox, so just like I do every year I watched "Journey Into Spring" tonight.

Journey Into Spring

I think I may be getting a little ahead of myself here...

-there's a huge snowstorm forecast tomorrow!

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Joe Vannicola
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Recently, I showed a trailer reel, two cartoons(A Becall To Arms and Little Bosco In Bagdad) and the feature Destination Inner Space. My girlfriend has a fondness for that film.

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Osi Osgood
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We watched our newest "aquisition", the 1958 comedy/musical "The Girl Most Likely" a Mountain films print, and this feature was printed on the good fuji film stock (not the earlier than 79, which tends to turn purple. Absolutely glorious color!

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Alan Gouger
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quote:
Alan, that Star Wars print quality looks great!
Thank you Jason, nice collection of scope films, all with great color.

Andreas, I just watched the trailer online, what a wild film and rare. Amazing what you can find on S8.

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Alan Rik
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Jason - beautiful looking print of scope films!
Also...Revenge of the Sith.. beautiful print too. [Smile]
Nice!

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Osi Osgood
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I forgot to write, i bought the irst 25 minutes of "Revenge of the Sith' (couldn't afford the rest), but that first 25 minutes is excellent, (ending with them crash-landing on the planet) and yes, the print quality is fantastic and I have lance Alspaugh record my reel in stereo. A fun watch. my only complaint is that it was printed on that slightly yellowish acetate film stock. Would have looked even more awesome on the Kodak Vision stock. [Smile]

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Dominique De Bast
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Just watched The Colgate Comedy Hour. The seller from which I bought the film last Sunday on a local film convention told me he found it in the US. I was lucky to be able to acquiere it

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Graham Ritchie
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On Super 8 the other night "A Grand Day Out"

A few quick screen shots, a very nice print with good sound [Cool]
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Tom Photiou
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Now that is a great looking print Graham, i wish i had made this purchase when i had the chance, not too many of these about. [Wink]

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Very good Dominique but,what show? Abbott and Costello? Martin and Lewis? Something else?

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Dominique De Bast
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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Panayotis [Smile]

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Stuart Reid
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My 8 year old and I sat down and watched The Boys in Beau Hunks - a nice old Blackhawk print. First time of running the T610 through my hi-fi, sounded really good. Also watched a recent purchase of a Foghorn Leghorn WB toon which is sadly more faded than I anticipated. Anyway, we both laughed ourselves silly at Laurel and Hardy. I love watching an 80 year old film on a 35 year old projector with an 8 year old kid!

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Tom Photiou
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Stuart, today's kids, (especially teenagers upward) seem to be loving "retro stuff" as they call it, i think our films and projectors could possibly become more popular before too long.
Theres an apprentice in my work who bought a Sony walkman, he now looks out for cassette tapes all the time. he plonks it on his desk and has the music on through a modern speaker, all be it very low, but he made me chuckle the other day when he was watching it as it was playing. i said "is something wrong"? he replied, "no, i just love watching the cassette going round". [Big Grin]

Those Laurel and Hardy comedies are so timeless, how could anyone not laugh at them no matter what age? [Wink]

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Kev Morrison
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Graham, the Wallace & Gromit prints images look GREAT!

I've always been a big fan of these movies: my favorites are the landing on the moon, and the Curse of the Were Rabbit!

I'd bet these are even more enjoyable to watch via a Super 8 film.

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Osi Osgood
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Cracking print Grommit!

Stuart, you inspired us, so we watched "Saps At Sea" which is a surprisingly sharp print, (compared to many Blackhawk features of the Lads).

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Dominique, the one with Margaret Dumont and Mike Mazurki? I have this one and it is one of the gems in my collection! Screamingly funny!!! [Smile]

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Dominique De Bast
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The one that starts with children in a school class [Smile]

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Dominique De Bast
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Tonight : Les rois du sport, a 1937 French film.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Yes, That's the one!!! Margaret Dumont is the teacher at the school and Mike Mazurki is the burlier of the two ball players at the beach sketch!! [Smile]

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Dominique De Bast
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Panayotis, I'm not surprised you like it. If I can find other "episodes"...

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