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Steve Klare
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 - posted December 19, 2009 11:37 PM      Profile for Steve Klare   Email Steve Klare   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
There's a Blizzard outside tonight so I kept myself occupied with kind of an eclectic mix:

Pastoral Symphony from Fantasia (Derann, both parts on a 600 Foot Reel)
Nutcracker from Fantasia (Derann)
Wildlife Interlude (Derann)
Narrow Gauge in Portugal 1&2 (Sunday River Productions)
Tarka the Otter (Extract, Walton)
Journey Into Spring (D.C.R. Films, Wishful Thinking??)

Here's hoping this time tomorrow it's not over the roof!

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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Last night I watched the Derann 1,200' abridgment of Gremlins.

A lot of fun and, since it takes place during Christmas, a good film to watch for this time of year.

Also watched "The Elstree Story"; a documentory on one of the most famous movie studios in the U.K.

In addition I watched "The Little Match Girl" and "Peace on Earth. I love sentimental cartoons and these are two of the best of that type.

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Chip Gelmini
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Sunday December 20 2009

Everything super 8 sound

NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS [SCOPE STEREO FEATURE]

intermission shorts
ABBOTT & COSTELLO RIOT ON ICE [SILENT]
MANY MOODS OF SKIING [SILENT]
MICKEY PLAYS SANTA [SOUND]

A BUG'S LIFE SCOPE [SCOPE STEREO FEATURE]

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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I watched last Sunday the following movies!

Pluto's Christmastree Silent 200ft

Once upon a wintertime sound 200ft

[Big Grin] Feature [Big Grin]

Peter Pan sound Derann 3x600ft

Heidi 5 episodes Animated 5x400ft German language! [Smile]

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Super8 that's the greatest hobby in my life,i was 9 to have my first viewer from GAF.

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Michael Beyer
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 - posted December 21, 2009 04:26 AM      Profile for Michael Beyer   Author's Homepage   Email Michael Beyer   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Jeroen:
Heidi was one of my favorites in my childhood. Couldn't wait to see the next episode on TV.

Didn't had very much time for screening at the weekend.

But a little film was possible:
The Blackhawk-Release of Laurel & Hardy: Block-heads

The print is much sharper than on the photos. My camera is simply too bad.

Projector: Elmo ST-1200 HD with 1.3-lens

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Hello Michael,i have watched the following Chapters!

2033 80m c/t "Der geheimnisvolle Grossvater" Episode 1.
2034 80m c/t "Grossvaters Hütte" Episode 2.
2035 80m c/t "Auf der Weide" Episode 3.
2036 80m c/t "Ein neues Familienmitglied" Episode 4.
2144 80m c/t "Der Schneesturm" Episode 11.

I still miss these ones

2138 80m c/t "Ein Brief von Tante Dete" Episode 5.
2142 80m c/t "Winter in den Bergen" Episode 9.
2140 80m c/t "Ein Sommer geht zu Ende" Episode 6.

So if you know someone that have these titles for sale,think of me! [Big Grin]

Jeroen!

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi Michael, I'd like to have this Blackhawk: I know there's an OUR GANG appearance (I'm actually after this series). Great shots, by the way.

Here's another HEIDI fan, fellas: unfortunately, on 8mm we only have a couple of features (5/6 episodes edited together) and some excerpt, here in Italy. Not the best prints, in term of quality. But quite rare.

Well, I must admit my favorite TV show was anyway GOLDRAKE  -
(Goldorak). And I'm sure you were a big fan too, Micha. Am I right?

Was GOLDRAKE aired in the Netherlands, Jeroen (1978/79)?

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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No Gian i've never heard of the Goldrake serie!my movies are from UFA and are in great condition!next time i watch them i send some pics to you!

Jeroen [Big Grin]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I was told those UFA prints are gorgeous. I cannot say the same about what was printed and distributed here in Italy. But thanks a lot for the shots: I'm a little curious and cannot wait to see them.
Ciao!

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Michael Beyer
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Sorry, Gian, but you are wrong [Wink]
Goldrake was never aired in Germany.
There were only 4 episodes on Super 8 and the first time I've ever heard about this series was when I began to collect Super 8.
I looked at this time "Captain Future".

Jeroen,
if I will see some Heidi-episodes, I will tell you [Smile]

UFA-prints having a big problem: they are going to red very often!

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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Last Night I watched two Disney cartoon shorts.

The Night Before Christmas and Santa's Workshop

Beautiful full color Derann prints.

On Christmas Eve I will be showing Mickey's Christmas Carol in my Bar & Grill. This will kick off my planned Winter Film Series at the club.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Take a look here, Michael [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] ...

Grendizer in Germany

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Michael Beyer
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Yes, Gian, I know this site [Big Grin]

I know that you don't understand German [Smile]

At the end you can see "...lehnten ARD und ZDF eine Fernsehausstrahlung in Deutschland ab...".
That means, that the TV-companies decline the series, because it was too brutal for them.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I got it now.
I was sure the series was known in Germany too. But I must admit I did not know it was not aired because of violence contents.

There's a good reason why I remembered German kids knew the series.
In 1978, when I was a young boy, I lived in Limone (Gardasee). And I met lost of kids as I was who knew it.
I do remember all kids knew it. But, hey... Maybe they did because they watched the series while spending their holiday in Italy! [Wink]

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Mark Mander
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Last night's viewing was an Elvis feature Girls,Girls,Girls,a really nice Viacom print with excellent colour.These prints seem to hold the colours,are quite sharp with good sound,much better than some of the other Elvis releases i've seen,Mark.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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21st December 2009, Monday.

Super 8 evening show with WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT.
Stunning print on Agfa. Screen captures as usual.

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Michael Beyer
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Or they saw it on Super 8, Gian [Big Grin]
As I said 4 episodes were released by Piccolo Film on 45m each.
BTW: Very good screenshots. My compliment. Are they from "the wall" ? [Big Grin]

Mark,
I have Girls, Girls, Girls, too. Like G.I. Blues it was released on Kodak polyester stock, if I remebered right. [Big Grin]

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Richard Gordon
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A couple of weeks ago, as part of a Chanukah party, I recreated a flea-pit cinema and showed (all Super8) Charlie Chaplin "Easy Street" silent with my brother-in-law on our de-tuned piano, MGM's 1943 cartoon "Red Hot Riding Hood" (a brilliant "adult" reworking of the children's fairy tale), and HM Queen + UK national anthem. With only one working projector there were 2 intervals - during one, an "usherette" served ice-creams. Richard

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Thanks Micha. Wall again [Frown] .

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Flavio Stabile
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Gian,

Roger Rabbit... wonderful pictures!!!
Great and funny movie... My best compliments!
Grey or brown stripe?

Ciao,
Flavio

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Ciao Flavio.
How are you? Thank you very much. Excellent print on Agfa, brown stripes.
Take care and Happy Christmas! [Big Grin]

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Flavio Stabile
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Everything is good, thanks!

Happy Christmas to you too! [Smile]

Ciao,
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Chip Gelmini
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MY FILM SCREENINGS IN 2009 *

*See the SUMMARY section at very end

A CHORUS LINE DVD 1/2/2009
S.W. PHANTOM MENANCE DVD 1/5/2009
S.W. ATTACK OF THE CLONES DVD 1/12/2009
I MARRIED A WOMAN S8 SCOPE 1/17/2009
S.W. CLONE WARS DVD 1/19/2009
SLEEPING BEAUTY DVD 1/31/2009
S.W. REVENGE OF THE SITH DVD 2/2/2009
ICE AGE MELTDOWN DVD 2/12/2009
S.W. A NEW HOPE S8 SCOPE 2/16/2009
WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT DVD 2/22/2009
S.W. EMPIRE STRIKES BACK S8 SCOPE 2/23/2009
S.W. EMPIRE STRIKES BACK DVD 2/25/2009
JURASSIC PARK S8 3/2/2009
ANASTASIA DVD 3/6/2009
S.W. RETURN OF THE JEDI S8 SCOPE 3/9/2009
MALIBU BEACH DVD 3/11/2009
SPACEBALLS DVD 3/16/2009
KUROSAWA'S DREAMS DVD 5/5/2009
THE SIMPSON'S MOVIE DVD 5/14/2009
D.A.R.Y.L DVD 5/18/2009
VAN WILDER DVD 5/28/2009
DAVID & LISA 16MM 5/29/2009
GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN DVD 5/31/2009
KOYAANISQATSI DVD 6/1/2009
HOW TO BEAT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING S8 6/4/2009
POWAQQATSI DVD 6/8/2009
G.I. BLUES DVD 6/11/2009
HEMO THE MAGNIFICENT 16MM 6/14/2009
FANTASTIC VOYAGE S8 SCOPE 6/14/2009
NACOYSQATSI DVD 6/15/2009
BARAKA DVD 6/22/2009
LITTLE SHOP OF HORROS DVD 6/24/2009
BRAINSTORM S8 SCOPE 6/27/2009
REVOLUTIONARY ROAD DVD 7/2/2009
KUROSAWA'S DREAMS DVD 7/6/2009
CYRANO DEBERGERAC S8 7/16/2009
FLY ME TO THE MOON DVD 7/20/2009
GOD'S LITTLE ACRE S8 7/30/2009
CASABLANCA S8 8/3/2009
007 MOONRAKER S8 8/6/2009
TALES OF BEATRICE POTTER S8 8/10/2009
THE AFRICAN QUEEN S8 8/17/2009
THE LION KING S8 8/24/2009
THE HUNTER S8 8/31/2009
EARTH DVD 9/9/2009
STEAMBOAT BILL S8 SILENT 9/10/2009
SELECTED SHORTS PMA S8 9/17/2009
THE HOLLYWOOD KNIGHTS DVD 9/19/2009
SINGING IN THE RAIN S8 9/21/2009
LADY & THE TRAMP S8 SCOPE 9/21/2009
OLIVER TWIST S8 9/24/2009
SINGING IN THE RAIN S8 9/28/2009
THE JOLSON STORY APS S8 10/1/2009
THE JOLSON STORY S8 10/5/2009
STARBIRD & SWEET WILLIAM S8 10/8/2009
BEST-BUY TRAILER DISC DVD 10/8/2009
EASTER PARADE S8 10/12/2009
HOPPITY GOES TO TOWN S8 10/15/2009
HIGH SOCIETY DIGEST S8 10/19/2009
TOP HAT S8 10/19/2009
MAXIE S8 10/23/2009
BYE BYE BIRDIE S8 10/26/2009
MARY POPPINS S8 11/2/2009
THE NEPTUNE FACTOR S8 11/5/2009
FUTURE WORLD S8 11/5/2009
HOWARD THE DUCK DVD 11/6/2009
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER S8 11/9/2009
BEST-BUY TRAILER DISC DVD 11/9/2009
FIRED UP DVD 11/13/2009
IZZY & MOE S8 11/13/2009
GREASE S8 SCOPE 11/16/2009
WHEN GIRLS UNDRESS S8 11/20/2009
BLAZING SADDLES DVD 11/20/2009
XANADU DVD 11/23/2009
THE GOLDEN SEAL S8 11/30/2009
DISNEY'S UP! DVD 12/7/2009
LADY IN THE WATER DVD 12/14/2009
NO BIZ LIKE SHOW BIZ S8 SCOPE 12/20/2009
A BUG'S LIFE S8 SCOPE 12/20/2009

SUMMARY:

BY THE FORMAT:

16MM: 2

SUPER 8: 41 [10 @ 2:66 SCOPE / 31 @ 1:33 FLAT]

DVD: 36 [15 @ 2:35 SCOPE / 21 @ 1:85 FLAT]

TOTAL: 97

At the close of every screening, I enter the films shown on a clipboard. At the end of the year, I copy the clipboard to a spreadsheet then analyze the information which is shown here. I'll ammend this report again if I do have another screening this year - but my hectic schedule over the holiday break suggests that I'm done until 2010.

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on super 8 sound
Tom and Jerry the Night before Christmas
A Walt Disney Christmas
on 16mm sound
castle films "The Night Before Christmas live version in b/w
Rankin Bass's version's of Frosty the Snowman, Ruldolph, and The Little Drummer Boy
also on 16mm
Bewitched-titled Santa Comes and Stays and Stays
Gilligan's Island-Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk (the only christmas episode from the first season.)

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Beautiful screen captures Gian.

I've said it many times, but I do truly believe that AGFA is superior to L.P.P. That color is absolutely spot on. I have seen other DErann printings of this where the color is not quite as good as it should be.

AGFA ... always first choice!
L.P.P. ... Next best choice
FUJI ... The better FUJI, third best!

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