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Dominique De Bast
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First two silent versions (30mt/100ft) of German 1941 news. Then an American newsreel probably from 1929 or 1931 (Al Capone is arrested), House On Haunted Hill (1999 version) trailer and finally Les actualités françaises, a newsreel of 1962.

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Dominique De Bast
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Standard (regular) 8 films : Soldier Man (Harry Langdon), Le pic de la mort (a Film Office silent version with subtitles of an American western), The Forgotten Watch (an early film) and Where There Is A Will (Harold Lloyd)

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Dominique De Bast
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A British silent film : The Wrecker.

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Antonis Galanakis
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Monday evening with a few friends, the following films were presented:
Super 8mm sound 400ft:
1. Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (Bela Lugosi)
2. Tango of Perversion (K. Karagiannis)
3. The Devils Men (K. Karagiannis)
4. The Deep (Jacqueline Bisset)
Standard 8mm B & W sound 400ft:
1. Flesh Eaters (Derann)
2. Stingray (Supermarionation)

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Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire

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Tango of Perversion

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The Devils Men

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The Deep

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Stingray

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Osi Osgood
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"Tango of Perversion"

The "Macarena"?

That made me pull out a reel of fairly rare horror trailers that I have, the coolest one being, "Horror Express" and the color is actually holding up better than most of the full features on super 8!

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Andreas Chmielewski
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Screenshots from the new Minion Cartoon on Super 8

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Zechariah Sporre
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Looks excellent Andreas! I am looking forward to screening my own print [Smile]

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Osi Osgood
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The quality looks very good, Andreas!

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Andreas Chmielewski
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Yes, nice quality. I hope my new Projekt is good too [Smile]

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Osi Osgood
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Hmmmm what will the new project be?

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Brian Fretwell
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The only film I have shown recently was "The Marlow Donkey" a train film bought at Harpenden last Sunday. A good print.

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Steve Klare
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A nice film too!

I got my print from Greece about a year ago.

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David Michael Leugers
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I ran my 16mm print of Clint Walker in "Fort Dobbs". Virginia Mayo and Brian Keith co-star. Got me to run a few more B+W westerns from the 1950's. "Jack Slade" an unusual film noir western starring Mark Stevens. "Treasure of Ruby Hills" starring Zachary Scott. Kinda like a mini movie festival. Great fun.

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Matthieu van der Sluis
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Not sure if this is the purpose of thgic topic.

I have a few films on the line that I going to see.
- L&H: Pack up your Troubles.
Not sure about the quallity of that one yet, because I received it on my Elmo 1200" reel from the markedplace.
If I like the film and the quallity is bad, I can order this title somewere else.

I just ordered this films in origenal boxes, but the western probably ends up on a 1200" reel:
- Bullit from a Badman 3x 400"
- 3x Walton Tom & Jerry's
Ordered it from filmwebshop.nl and about the Tom & Jerry's it said Good quallity, but no mention about the western film.
I'll let you'll know how it went.

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Dominique De Bast
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A classical Italian feature : I Vitelloni. The film is mounted on a large spool and has a soundtrack in French.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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I wonder!Did you by any chance watch "I Vitelloni" with a french soundtrack? [Smile] [Smile]

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Dominique De Bast
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Yes, yes, yes Panayotis [Smile]

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Matthieu van der Sluis
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Whuahahahahahh

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Oliver F. R. Feld
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Well, it’s Halloween, so I screened the full length feature of John Carpenters THE FOG! An epic picture with breathtaking athmosphere. It has never lost its touch and Derann did a marvelous job.

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Dominique De Bast
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Hope this time time my message will not be posted there times [Smile]
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1911), The Exorcist (digest), A&C Meeting Frankenstein (60mt/200ft version) and Live Ghost (Laurel & Hardy 1934).

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David Skillern
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Last night as it was Halloween - I screened my copy of Dracula with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee from Hammer and was very surprised at how well the print was holding up - its such a great film. I followed this with Satan's Skin or as its better known - Blood on Satan's Claw - which although faded improved greatly with a blue filter - and i'd forgotten how disturbing the film actually was, again with a great cast - Patrick Wymark and Linda Hayden.

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Osi Osgood
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We watched a RARE double feature last night ...

"The FOG"
"Poltergeist"

I'm sure many wouls agree with me on this ...

You haven't seen these films, until you've really seen them in a nice scope presentation!

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Dominique De Bast
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The Minions. I'm not going to make a review ; some members are good at that, no doubt we will read long comments. So just my general impression : is is good. Print is sharp. The filmstock (probably the best available now) is medium grainy (nothing to do with the Agfa 200 but it's a little bit noticeable with a sharp lens), so ok. Colours are hard to judge since there are not various in the cartoon (as you can see from Andreas' screenshots) but those who are there are good. Sound is great. There are no dialogue (only one word repeated) so it's a good choice for non English speaking audience as well. Certainly a miracle (thank you, Andreas !) to have a new cartoon on super 8 in 2018 ; I don't regret to have supported this project and if another cartoon is released, I will be in again.

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BaNaNaaaah?

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Dominique De Bast
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[Big Grin]

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