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Pasquale DAlessio
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 - posted October 24, 2010 08:50 PM      Profile for Pasquale DAlessio   Email Pasquale DAlessio   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Goldfinger S8 Derann print. Had a friend over who is also a 007 fan. What a great print I got from The Reel Image. Thanks Steve Osborne!!!!

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Dino Everette
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Dino, I found this for sale, and was thinking if this 35mm auction is the 9.5mm equivalent of The Life of Christ, as you mentioned?

Tinted 35mm auction sale - movie about Christ

Michael yep, that really must be one of the most duplicated films of all time, it has been available in all gauges, and I even have flyers from the 1930's of the company selling it in 35mm to travelling showmen.... Quite bold of someone to try and get such a hefty price for it now though... [Smile]

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Michael De Angelis
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Dino,

When The Life of Christ was release in formats other than 35mm,
did they retain the tinted scenes?

I would like to see or have a copy.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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31st October 2010, Sunday

Halloween 8mm show with Argento's IL GATTO A NOVE CODE ('Cat O' Nine Tails', 1971).

So sad the movie (that's an official print) was not issued on low fade stock. All copies I know about are on Kodak SP on the brown side.

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James N. Savage 3
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Thanks for posting Gian!

While the colors are mostly gone, the picture still looks good. Is it scope, or letterboxed?

James.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi James.
It's a letterboxed print.
So sad it has faded.
I love this movie. This is the only Argento's officially issued on super 8 here in Italy.
No copies on LPP. At least it seems there are not.
Ciao!

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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5th November 2010, Friday.

16mm show with my ALICE IN WONDERLAND by Walt Disney (1951).
2*1600ft reels, Eastman LPP stock.
Great print.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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7th November 2010, Sunday.

Super 8 show with PINOCCHIO by Walt Disney (1940).
Derann release on 3*600ft reels, LPP stock, re-recorded into Italian, stereo sound.
Great sharpness, just a little on the dark side.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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14th November 2010, Sunday.

Super 8 show with Disney's BAMBI (1942).

Derann print on Agfa stock, 3*600ft reels, re-recorded into Italian.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Are you all getting sick to run movies?

Super 8 night with a great classic: THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939).
Derann print on Eastman LPP.

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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Last night I watched my copy of the feature Predator from Derann on Super 8. Super sharp rock steady image, beautiful color, and great stereo sound.

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Brian Hendel
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Last night after hearing about the death of the beautiful and talented Ingrid Pitt, I watched my Vampire Lovers trailer followed by my Derann Countess Dracula feature to pay tribute to the woman who enchanted me so much as a young horror fan all those years ago. I am so happy to have met her (she signed my Countess Drac. poster which I will treasure forever) and she will never be forgotten! RIP

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Douglas Meltzer
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I'm trying to catch up on all those unwatched films.....

The Sorcerers 200' Derann

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Silent Movie 400' Piccolo

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Prophecy 400' Marketing

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Larry Arpin
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Doug-Prophecy looks really good. What stock is it printed on? If I may ask.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Larry,

You may! Prophecy is printed on Kodak SP, but the color has held nicely. The 400' version is a weak edit, showing Marketing's preference for exposition over action. The 3x400' (also on SP, also good color) is an excellent edit, much better than watching the entire feature.

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Douglas Meltzer
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I'm on a roll, hitting my stride, in a groove.....well, I'm watching more films.

Battlestar Galactica (400')

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More Battlestar pics can be seen here.

Thunderbird Films Ten Commandments Promo (200')

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Marketing's The Godfather Part II (400')

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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I watched The Time Machine 3X400 super 8 color sound. It was great and I traveled through time with Rod Taylor. And I was really into it .I am so happy I found this film and it is holding up pretty good for its age. I got it from RED FOX films in NY in the late 80's.  -

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Dino Everette
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wow that is some serious color going on there guys.... [Eek!]

Michael I just realized I never answered you
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Dino, When The Life of Christ was release in formats other than 35mm,did they retain the tinted scenes? I would like to see or have a copy.
I have to imagine someone did but I have not seen one..I have a 16mm but it is just B/W, and they released it on 32 x 30ft 9.5mm cassettes, but again only B/W...

and may I say that Brian I am so envious as I love Countess Dracula (well I love most every Hammer film)but have a special soft spot for that one....

Oh well what did I watch...
bunch-o-shorts...
First some 9.5 - a 1 x 100ft Pathescope M30615 A TRAINED CHEF (aka Whispering Whiskers, 1924) w/ Billy Bevan, a French 1 x 200ft Pathe release starring Jimmy Aubrey entitled Voyageur sans billet which could be Box Car Limited (1924)
followed by a 2 x 30ft notched french one entitled BOIREAU DOMESTIQUE (1912) starring the early comic Andre Deed, whom I heard this years' Pordenone did a retrospective of. The final short of the night was an old Lubin short called THE PREACHER AND THE GOSSIPS (1912) put out by Blackhawk as a 1 x 200ft standard 8. Basically train humor and mis-representations... Good stuff...

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Winbert Hutahaean
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Laksmi, I don't think your pictures are taken from the celluloid screen shots. Please correct me if I am worng

With all due respect, I believe we all agree here to just post the actual screen shots, not even taken from DVD/video projection.

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Mark Williams
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Just screened the following.

CALL OF THE WILD-IVER TRAILER-Great Colour!

LATE NIGHT TRAILER REEL-ABC FRIDAY LATE NIGHT DAYSET-DIRTY HARRY-TEASER,THE EXORCIST-THE KLANSMEN-X-TRAILER,THE McMASTERS & EMPEROR OF THE NORTH POLE-CLOSING ABC DAYSET

SIMON SIMON-DERANN 400FT DERANN COMEDY-1970
EVEL KNIEVEL-KEN 200FT-SOFT PRINT BUT GREAT COLOUR!
THE MUPPET MOVIE-WALTON 400FT
NIGHT OF THE BLOOD BEAST-KEN 200FT-LOVELY B/W PRINT
BLOOD DEVILS-MOUNTAIN 400FT-SOME FADE

Now thats what I call a diverse bunch of films!!

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Sorry Mr.Winbert Hutahaean my mistake! Here are some film shots of my Marketing Film 3X400 TEN COMMANDMENTS super 8 sound film scenes I watched the other night. I love it.  -

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Dino Everette
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WHOAH, this was on the 3rd page...it almost disappeared before someone hit 2000 posts..OK I know I have a break from work so I plan on watching a few flicks along the way...Tonight I watched xmas classics such as THE LEOPARD WOMAN (1920, Blackhawk 3 x 400 8mm) with one of my absolute favorite vamps Louise Glaum and L'ANGOISSE (5 x 30ft notched pathe #130 9.5mm) which is a french release of what must be an english film but I cannot figure out what it is yet, but both were interesting tales of redemption - kind of like A Christmas Carol.....

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Douglas Meltzer
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Mickey's Christmas Carol & The Snowman. Both lovely Derann prints.

Doug

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Shorty Caruso
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I ain't tellin' - Shorty [Smile]

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David Erskine
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In 8mm - 'Snowman' ('cos of the song) [although I've got it in 16mm as well - which doesn't have the song] - and 'Mickey's Parrot', a Pathe News from 1969/70 (B/W) and 'Joey Boy' "comedy" with Harry H. Corbett - all 16mm.
It didn't stop me eating too much!!!! Merry Thingy etc.
Cheers, David E

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