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Mike Brantley
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Now We'll Tell No One (Charley Chase) and 400' Close Encounters of the Third Kind digest on Super 8, and first half of Sons of the Desert on 16mm, for an audience of me. Got all (well, most of) my projectors fixed!

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Burton Sundquist
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Not last night but from Easter Sunday...

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Michael De Angelis
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Burton,

The Ben-Hur screen shots are great, what is the projection format?

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Chip Gelmini
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Saturday night April 27

Film Shorts
Cops Buster Keaton
The Floor Walker Charlie Chaplin

Double Feature

ABBOTT & COSTELLO Meet Captain Kidd

after a short break

Easter Parade
(A week late because I traveled during the holiday)

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Melvin England
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……..and I enjoyed "Way Out West" on Saturday evening!....the Mountain 4x400'version.

Notwithstanding the time differences across the world, it seems there were quite a few people on this planet watching 8mm/16mm this Saturday night if you think about it. Very encouraging !

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Mike, the Charley Chase title is "Now We'll Tell One"!

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Bill Phelps
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I had a nice super 8 evening screening

Laurel & Hardy The Fixer Uppers
Space Cruiser Yamato Vs the Gorgons 400’
Tickle Me 4 x 400’

I knew the Cinesea gathering was happening and was going to watch my print of Roustabout but decided to screen Tickle Me instead. It was fun and a good copy as well. It (Tickle Me) was a little bit of everything....western, comedy, musical and a little horror thrown in as well! Those of us that don’t make it to Cinesea are there in spirit. [Smile]

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Leon Norris
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UFA films put out some good stuff! I still have there catalog. I have a few things from them and the color is still holding up! Thats on most titles! Lots of two and three partners!

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Melvin England
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I thought I would use tonight to check out some of my more recent purchases, so my night consisted of the following.....

Good Scouts - 1x 200' Disney (Donald Duck)
Jolly 'oliday - 1x 200' Disney (Mary Poppins)

Raid on Entebbe - 1x 400' Iver Films. Very soft focus but good colour on this one but no mention in the edit of Dora Bloch being taken to hospital and just disappearing.

The Golden Age of Comedy 4x 400' (Walton) - Marvelous compilation from the age of the Golden Silents….with music and narration of course!

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Bill Phelps
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Sounds good Melvin!

Last Sunday I screened a double feature...

They Made Me a Criminal....super 8...watched the first 20 min on YouTube then screened reels 2-5....missing the first reel [Smile]

The Covered Wagon...reg 8...1923 western...2 x 400’

Really good film.

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Janice Glesser
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I find watching one or two 8mm shorts before going to bed relaxes me and I can easily fall asleep. Last night I watched a couple of silents...Buster Keaton in "Cops" and L & H in "Double Whoopee."

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"I'm having a very good day!"
Richard Dreyfuss - Let It Ride (1989).

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Paul Adsett
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Juat a warning that Janice's cure for insomnia has not yet been approved by the FDA [Big Grin] .

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Leon Norris
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I watched two full length features they were fatal attraction! And the Driver! Two nice optical sound prints! What a show!

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Janice Glesser
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Just a warning that Janice's cure for insomnia has not yet been approved by the FDA [Big Grin] .
LOL...That's correct Paul...no FDA approval yet, but I've volunteered for the efficacy clinical trials. Other than some broken film once in awhile...no adverse reactions [Smile] [Wink] [Razz] and watching films seems to help my cat Buster to fall asleep too. [Big Grin]

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Richard Dreyfuss - Let It Ride (1989).

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Lee Mannering
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Dracula
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A night of Vampires also including Price of Darkness Scope.

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Chip Gelmini
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Wednesday May 15

Hedda

Full length optical sound super 8

Picture fade to brown however being a period film it actually set the mood for a fun evening. Really good optical sound from the pair of GS1200 machines, too.

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Lee Mannering
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A evening with Mr Pastry.

DCR advert reel

Tons of trouble trailer

Tons of trouble feature A good evening.

Richard Hearne with his wife Yvonne in the film
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Brian Fretwell
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Finally the last part of Carry on Up The Khyber 4x600ft, which I have been watching a spool a night (SP but good colour) and Movietone news 1950 (also SP and a bit sepia, but B&W on colour so who knows) both bought Sunday at the Big Screen Scene Revivial

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Last night I watched my COMPLETE copy of FANTASIA.I found a very reddish but complete italian print, with good sound, from which I added the missing parts to my copy,namely two episode introductions,two or three episode ending shots of Leopold Stokowski,Mickey thanking Stokowski plus,the first part of "The Rite of Spring". I don't mind so much the variable quality,("Sorcerer's Apprentice" is also turning) as the fact that I now have the complete film. And I am glad ! [Smile]

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Osi Osgood
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I love the Ben Hur screenshots as well. Is that the Kempski print? It looks like it. I have what I'm pretty sure is the Derann re-issue of this feature and while it is fun to watch in scope, the colors are not as natural as they are in you're print! They are more on the bluish spectrum, quite frankly.

Lovely print you have.

Chip ...

Hedda was interesting to me for one very big reason. When I first watched it, I didn't even know that was him (as we are used to seeing the bald Captain Jean Luc Picard), but that is Patrick Stewart in that beard! In case you didn't notice it, watch the credits! Ype! It's Patrick, way back in 1975, when he was a member of England's "Royal Shakespeare Company"

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Chip Gelmini
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Sunday May 19

4:30pm
Abbot and Costello in Africa screams
With shorts
A&C Meet Frankenstein
A&C Ride Em' Cowboy
A&C Who's On First

7:00pm
AIRPLANE!
Full Length
With cartoons & trailers

Summer heat in Florida has arrived kicking back with the Air conditioning on enjoying the Florida lifestyle. I've been waiting a long time for a day like today absolutely wonderful!

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Osi Osgood
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Heyyyy Abbott!!!

I have "Africa Screams" as well! Not a bad print and a very good cast!

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Leon Norris
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I looked at two nice Derann features they were Alien and Aliens! What a super show! A night of sci fi! The film crowd loved it!

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Carter Bradley
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Last night I hosted my "film club" and we enjoyed an evening of classic movies. We began with "The Seven Year Itch" Marilyn Monroe classic with the subway breeze/blowing dress scene (Ken Films 400'), followed by "Airplane" (Marketing 3X400'), "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" (Ken/MGM 2X400'), "Blue Hawaii" Elvis classic featuring one of his signature songs, "Can't Help Falling in Love" (Ken 400'), "The African Queen" (Ken 400'), "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" (Ken 400'), and finished with "Abbott & Costello in the Foreign Legion" (combination of Castle Films' 200' and Universal 8 400' including the classic mirage scene).

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Chip Gelmini
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Sunday May 26

430pm
Cartoons & Trailers
On The Waterfront (full feature)

After a short intermission

730pm
God's Little Acre (full feature)

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