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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Here comes the time when I list my years acquisitions. This year,in those most difficult times, I had been most fortunate in acquiring a BIG,collection of original silent (i.e. pre-1930),mostly standard 8,films, for free !!! (Well,I did pay the postage,since it came from America).Plus, secondarily,a pack of over one hundred cartoons,from Canada,again for the postage only! So,filmically,it has been a very good year!!!

Sound Features

292 START THE REVOLUTION WITHOUT ME
293 EL MODERNO BARBA AZUL (Buster Keaton)
294 WEST AND SODA (Bruno Bozetto)
295 EIN UNSICHTHARER GEHT DURCH DIE START ( 1933,Harry Piel, i.e. "Master of the World") condenced,mute.
296 VAMPYR (mute)

Silent Features (discounting the titles I already had)


218 THROUGH THE BREAKERS (1928)
219 STAND AND DELIVER (Rod La Rocque,Lupe Velez)
220 SEPT ANS DE MALHEUR ("Seven Years Bad Luck" Max Linder)
221 L'ETROIT MUSQUETAIR ("The Three Must-Get-Theres", Max Linder)
222 STRONGHEART (H.B. Walthall)
223 VANITY FAIR (1911)
224 DEVIL'S ISLAND (1926,Pauline Frederick,George J. Lewis)
225 JESUS THE CHRIST (1905-1910)
226 BERLIN,DIE SYMPHONIE EINER GROSSTADT (Berlin,Symphony of a Great City)
227 TILLIE WAKES UP (Marie Dressler,Johnny Hines)
228 HAXAN (i.e. "Witchcraft Through the Ages")
229 THE SEA LION (1921, Hobart Bosworth)
230 MILL OF THE FLOSS (1915,Mignon Anderson)
231 ON THE NIGHT STAGE (William S. Hart)
232 THE MAN FROM BEYOND (Houdini)
233 HEARTS IN EXILE (1915,Clara Kimball Young)
234 THE WORLDLY MADONNA (1921, C. K. Young)
235 UNTIL THEY GET ME (1917, Pauline Starke)
236 THE THIRTEENTH JUROR (1927, Francis X. Bushman)
237 MID CHANNELL (1920, C. K. Young)
238 LUCRETIA LOMBARD (1924)
239 THE GREAT WHITE TRAIL (191 ,Doris Kenyon)
240 PICADILLY
241 EYES RIGHT (1926, Francis Bushman,Jr)
242 A PRINCE IN PLEDGE (1917)
243 PRINCE OF PEP (Richard Talmadge, condenced)
244 THE COAST PATROL
245 STOP AT NOTHING (George Larkin)
246 FREE TO LOVE (Colleen Moore)
247 LAST OF THE MOHICANS (Tourneur)
248 CARMEN (Pola Negri)
249 MARIA TUDOR (Ellen Richter)
250 RUBBER TIRES (Bessie Love)
251 THE LAW AND THE OUTLAW (Tom Mix)
252 ROBIN HOOD (Fairbanks)
253 THE UNTAMEABLE (1923, Gladys Wharton)
254 BELOW THE DEADLINE (1929,J.P. McGowan)
255 HER MAN O' WAR (Jetta Goudall)
256 20.000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
257 A SHIP COMES IN
258 THE IRON HORSE
259 THE CLODHOPPER
260 THE PHANTOM FLYER
261 WHITE GOLD (Jetta Goudall)
262 A TEXAS COWBOY (Bob Steele)
263 AN ARIZONA WOOING
264 HIDDEN ACES (Charles Hutchison)
265 CIVILISATION
266 AMERICA
267 KISMET
268 NOMADS OF THE NORTH
269 THE BARBARIAN (1921)
270 BEAU REVEL (Lewis Stone)
271 BURN'EM UP BARNES
272 THE HOME STRETCH
273 MY BOY (Jackie Coogan)
274 THE KENTUCKY DERBY (Reginald Denny)
275 LEAP YEAR ("Fatty" Arbuckle)
276 THE HOTTENTOT (Douglas MacLean)
277 SALOME (Nazimova)
278 BROKEN HEARTS OF BROADWAY (Colleen Moore)
279 THE SPANISH DANCER (Negri)
280 50,000 REWARD (Ken Maynard)
281 THE SALVATION HUNTERS (Sternberg)
282 THE UNCHASTENED WOMAN (Theda Bara)
283 BRAVEHEART (Rod LaRoque)
284 DANCING MOTHERS
285 EAGLE OF THE SEA
286 THE GRAND DUCHESS AND THE WAITER
287 MADE FOR LOVE (Leatrice Joy)
288 THE MIDNIGHT MESSAGE (1926)
289 RISKY BUSINESS (Vera Reynolds)
290 SUNNY SIDE UP (Vera Reynolds)
291 TRANSCONTINENTAL LINITED (Johnny Walker)
292 YOUNG APRIL
293 THE PATENT LEATHER KID
294 THE ADORABLE CHEAT
295 CAPTAIN SWAGGER
296 BROTHERS (1929)
297 DANGEROUS TRAFFIC (Francis X. Bushman,Jr)
298 DANGEROUS HOURS (1920)
299 PIONEERS OF THE WEST (Dick Carter)
300 LURE OF THE CIRCUS (Eileen Sedgwick,feature version of serial)
301 HAWK OF THE HILLS (feature version of serial)
302 REGGIE MIXES IN (Fairbanks)
303 THE BLACK PIRATE (Fairbanks)
304 WHITE HELL OF PIZ PALU
305 THE TOLL GATE

plus about 32 fiction shorts, 16 comedy shorts, 33 cartoons, 16 silent serial episodes plus over 30 miscelaneous,documentary and trailer reels.
Am I happy? YES !!!!!!!

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Evan Samaras
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I am so jealous of all of you haha

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Gary Crawford
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It's interesting. People ask me all the time...people not in the hobby..."how many movies do you have?" I don't know. I must be in the minority in that I don't count things, especially acquisitions. I don't really find the number to be of much use. I try to make a little index card with info on each film, but I don't go through and count them. I'd feel like some sort of miser, counting his coins or something. That's just me, though.
Those of you who DO count your films at least have an easy answer for when people ask you how many you own.
My reply is either 1. I don't know 2. "too many" or 3. "a few".

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Steve Klare
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I have enough that I start to forget what I have, especially when I'm picking out a couple of reels to wind down after work.

-when this happens I begin to feel like I "don't have anything to watch" when that's not true at all!

You begin to understand Imelda Marcos and her shoes at times like these!

The actual number is not really impressive by a lot of collector's standards, but then again I've only been doing this steadily about 15 years.

I'd like it to stay within reason: not one of these deals where you open up a door and have cans of film come pouring out!

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Andrew Woodcock
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Not enough for my liking and about 150 more than the wife would like me to have! [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

The truthful answer is I have no idea but I do need a sort out soon for our sized house!

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Mike Newell
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You have too many when you buy duplicates by accident and you come across boxes and films on them and you haven't a clue what is on them.

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Andrew Woodcock
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Yep, I'm there already Mike! Ha ha ha. [Wink]

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Steve Klare
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I've heard stories of dealers showing up to pick up collections and having to rent a truck!

-I hope for me it never even gets close to this!

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Andrew Woodcock
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Not quite at that stage yet Steve. I don't want to finish up being the next Umit! [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Wink]

Realistically, I don't believe any married man stands much of chance of that happening, so I don't believe we need to worry too much at this stage yet.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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I am not a showoff and I am not a miser.From very early I started to write down the titles of the films I was acquiring so,since I had the lists,numbering them was inevitable.Except for this last time,I always buy selectively,only what I like,even when I am offered complete collections.Only this last one was an exception.I answered the ad of films for sale and I was sent a 62 page list of titles (!).I selected a number I wanted very much, made an offer and it was accepted.I sent my payment and after the films came, the heir of the deceased collector,sensing that the films would go to a caring house,offered me to take whatever else I liked,for free,just pay the postage.Just like a fairy tale! So, after a second selection,came a third and a fourth etc etc and I ended up getting the complete collection. And for someone who is interested in film history,and the silent era,this is truly Ali Baba's cave! I left the duplicats for last. Chaplins and Laurel and Hardies and several features that are easier to sell than most obscure titles.And if the dealer comes with a truck after I die,good for him! For others,it will be just just a super expensive copy of "Star Wars" in the trash can ! And please,explain the Umit joke to be because i don't get it. And if you evercome to Athens,you will be most welcome to my shows be it "Intolerance" or an obscure Dick Carter western.

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Andrew Woodcock
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Panayotis, thank you very much for that very kind gesture, it is most sincerely appreciated!
Hopefully I may one day, be able to take you up on that one. [Smile] )

I know from reading here and elsewhere, that you are one with an astonishing collection of films.
Your collection would be an Aladdin's Cave to us all!

As for Units shop, I was just jokingly referring to how there are films and film equipment stacked in every crevice from floor to ceiling!
This is a shop, so that's fine, but if you imagine our homes becoming similar, as was being referred to...
then my wife for one, would be hiring a very large skip!

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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I usually are quick to post here every year. The tardiness this year can be attributed to the fact that I was responsible for a photographic exhibition at the local art centre. Choosing 220 pictures out of 1000 and then hang them, takes quite some time. But now the exhibition is opened and I can concentrate on other things.

I was quite surprised to see that I only bought one item on S8 during 2015. A Popeye cartoon from 1934 in bw: Axe Me Another.

On 16MM I got some more:

Two trailers:
Lost Horizon
The Sea Hawk

Two Shorts:
Donald In Mathmagic Land - Disney - DD - 27 minutes
The Flintstones: Little White Lie - Season 2 Episode 9

Parts 5-8 of a Swedish TV-series about making films, made around 1968-70: Att berätta med film (To tell with film).
Running times of episodes are between 21 to 29 minutes. In parts 6-8 we follow two guys who are supposed to each make a film about the "gamla stan" (old city) of Stockholm. And those two guys are so pretentious that you almost laugh out loud.
Now, if I only could get my hands on parts 1-4.

The 12 chapter serial (all episodes):
Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe
Total running time of around 230 minutes.

Features:
College Girls - 1968 "soft porn" bw
Firepower
Krakatoa East of Java - Technicolor - Scope
The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper - Swedish subtitles
When Eight Bells Toll - Scope

That was the extent of my aquisitions during 2015. I wonder what titles this year might bring?

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Greg Perry
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I do not see sharing one's good fortune as bragging or boasting in any way... It is great to hear that there is still unknown "treasure trove's" of films available--although probably not as common as in days past. Any one of us could happen upon something like Pan did!

Whether we gain two films or two hundred films to our collections in any given year, I really like to see what other film collectors are adding to their vaults.

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Barry Fritz
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Based on my experience collecting projectors, I would suggest creating a spreadsheet listing your films. I did that after the fact, listing the brand, model number and condition. I wish I would have done that from the beginning, and also recorded cost and date of acquisition.

[ January 26, 2016, 06:49 PM: Message edited by: Barry Fritz ]

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Andrew Woodcock
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I completely agree Greg. I love to see the collections of others!

I find it both informative and truly fascinating, and certainly don't look upon anyone sharing anything as "bragging".

I have folders on my computers for artwork and screenshots for some of my prints, but I've certainly never created a list or a catalogue of all my films.
To be honest, I don't think I'd have the time or the inclination to ever do so. It's something I never ever did with my records either and they ran into many many thousands.

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Daniel Macarone
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[ January 01, 2017, 05:55 PM: Message edited by: Daniel Macarone ]

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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Another year has gone by, and apparently I have not bought a single film on Super 8.

But I have bought films on 16MM.

Shorts:
Mission: Impossible - Season 3 Episode 13 - The Mind of Stefan Miklos - 50 min. TV episode - Lpp copy from 1986.
Pianoexpressen - The Music Box - L&H classic with Swedish subtitles.
Welcome Customer - Part 2 - See You Again Soon - a Hotel staff training film produced by Video Arts, starring among others, John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson. A FUJI copy from 1979.

Features:
Airport - Technicolor - Scope
Caravan to Vaccarés - Scope
OSS 177 - Terror in Tokyo - Scope
Quest for Fire - Scope

That is the extent of my additions during 2016.

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Feature wise to date we have these, nothing under 4x400ft put on here,
633 Squadron
A night to Remember
Above us the waves
Ask a Policeman
Atilla The Hun
Beauty & the beast, Disney
Blitz on Britain. Documentry
Callan
Dark Star
Death Wish
Don’t Give up the ship.
Don’t lose your head.
Flying Leathernecks, Colour
Four faces West
Forbidden Planet
Gone with the wind
Grease Scope/Stereo
Gunga Din
Hannie Caulder
Kidnapped
Last train from Gunhill
L & H Blockheads
L & H Jailbirds aka Pardon us
L & H Sons of the Desert
L & H Way out West
League of Gentlemen
Lion King
My name is Nobody Scope
Naked & the dead
Odd man out
Revenge
Rio Grande
Romancing the Stone Scope/stereo
Run of the Arrow 7 x 400ft colour
Sands of Iwo Jima
She wore a yellow ribbon.
Stagecoach
Straw Dogs
Terminator 2 Scope/stereo
Texas chainsaw massacre
That’s Dancing
The Fog Scope
The last valley
The Magnificent two
The Mean Machine
The Third Man
The Three Musketeers
The Trap
Von Ryans Express
Winchester 73 Std 8mm

Now all i am aiming for is to add a few more up to date titles but finding them at a collectors prices is becoming more difficult and i am not someone who will pay stupid money for a movie, no matter how desperate. [Wink]

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Not much this year, economics going from bad to worse.So,just the rest of the silent collection and two talkies.Features only,std and super.

Silent

306 TALES OF 1001 NIGHTS (V. Tourjansky)
307 THE RETURN OF BOSTON BLACKIE
308 GHOSTS (Henry B. Walthall)
309 AMERICA (D. W. Griffith)
310 BORDER VENGEANCE (Jack Perrin)
311 A TALE OF TWO WORLDS
312 THE HOTTENTOT (Douglas McLean)

Sound
297 COVER GIRL KILLER
298 IL GOBBO

Plus a handful (literally) of shorts!

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Just put all titles on excel spreadsheet for a total of 537 titles.
LITTLE RASCALS-
The Champeen
Spook Spoofing
Barnum & Ringling Inc.
Wiggle your Ears
Cat & Dog Co.
Saturday's Lesson
Small Talk
Railroading
Lazy Days
Boxing Gloves
Lazy Days
Bouncing Babies
Moan and Groan
Shivering Shakesphere
When the wind Blows
Bear Shooters
A Tough Winter
Pups is Pups
Teachers Pet
School's Out
Helping Grandma
Love Business
Little Daddy
Bargin Day
Fly My Kite
Shiver My Timbers
Dogs is Dogs
Readin' & Writin'
Free Eats
Spanky
Choo-Choo!
The Pooch
Hook and Ladder
Free Wheeling
Birthday Blues
A Lad An' A Lamp
Fish Hookey
Forgotten Babies
Kid from Borneo
Mush & Milk
Bedtime Worries
Wild Poses
Hi' Neighbor!
For Pete's Sake
The First Round up
Honkey Donkey
Mike Fright
Washee Ironee
Mama's Little Pirate
Shrimps for a Day
Anniversary Trouble
Beginners Luck
Teachers Beau
Sprucin up
Little Papa
Little Sinner
Our Gang Follies/36
The Lucky Corner
Divot Diggers
The Pinch Singer
Second Childhood
Arbor Day
Bored of Education
Two Too Young
Pay As You Exit
Spooky Hooky
Reunion in Rhythm
Glove Taps
Hearts Are Thumps
Three Smart Boys
Rushin' Ballet
Roamin' Holiday
Night 'N' Gales
Framing Youth
Pigskin Palooka
Mail And Female
Follies of 1938
Canned Fishing
Bear Facts
Three Men In a Tub
Came The Brawn
Feed 'Em and Weep
The Awful Tooth
Hide and Shriek
Wind Storm

LAUREL AND HARDY'S-
With Love and Hisses
Sugar Daddies
The Second Hundred Years
Do Detectives Think?
Leave 'Em Laughing
Flying Elephants
The Finishing Touch
From Soup to Nuts
Your Darn Tootin'
Their Purple Moment
Should Married Men Go Home?
Two Tars
Habeas Corpus
We Faw Down
Liberty
Wrong Again
That's My Wife
Big Business
Unaccustomed as we Are
Double Whoopee
Berth Marks
Men O' War
Perfect Day
They Go Boom
Bacon Grabbers
The Hoose-Gow
Angora Love
The Night Owls
Blotto
Brats
Below Zero
Hog Wild
L & H Murder Case
Another Fine Mess
Be Big
Chickens come Home
Laughing Gravy
The Stoolen Jools
Our Wife
Pardon Us
Come Clean
One Good Turn
On The Loose
Beau Hunks
Helpmates
Any Old Port
The Music Box
The Chimp
County Hospital
Scram
Pack Up Your Troubles
Towed in a Hole
Their First Mistake
Twice Two
Me and My Pal
The Midnight Patrol
Busy Bodies
Wild Poses
Dirty Work
Sons of the Desert
Oliver the Eighth
Going Bye-Bye
Them Thar Hills
Live Ghost
Tit for Tat
The Fixer Uppers
Thicker Than Water
On The Wrong Trek
Our Relations
Way Out West
Blockheads
A Chump at Oxford
Saps at Sea
Tree in a Test Tube

MISC.-
Remembers Ladies
This Mechanical Age
A/C Who's on First
Magnum Force Promo
King of the Jungle
High Plains Drifter
Dr. Painless
Operation Tall Ships
Apollo 15 The Rover Expedition
Demolition Derby
Fabulous Harlem Globetrotters
The French Connection
CBS Promo reel
Film Firsts
Smokey and the Bandit
Smokey and the Bandit II
Earthquake
The Rebel Rousers
Tora! Tora! Tora!
High Plains Drifter
Doctor Zivago
Animal House
Murders Row
Born Free
The Wizard of OZ
Airport '70
Airport '75
Airport '77
Brian's Song

CARTOONS-
Popeye "I Want to be a Lifeguard"
Popeye "Poop Deck Pappy"
Popeye in "Skeleton Schooner"
Popeye meets Ali Baba & 40 Thieves
Popeye meets Sinbad
Popeye meets Aladden and his Lamp
A Tale of two Kity's
101 Dalmatians Escape
Dinky Duck in "The Lucky Duck"
Pink Panther in "Pinkadilly Circus"
Presto-O Change-O
Flip the Frog in "Small Fry"
Flip the Frog in "Spooks"
Flip the Frog in "Techno-Cracked"
Flip the Frog in "Funny Face"
Flip the Frog in "The New Car"
Flip the Frog in "Fiddlesticks"
Flip the Frog in "Bulloney"
Flip the Frog in "Cuckoo Murder Case"
Flip the Frog in "Soda Squirt"
The Headless Horseman
Corney Concerto
The Dapper Dalmatian
Pixie & Dixie in "Scaredy Catdog"
A Day at the Zoo
Porky Pig in "Notes to You"
Porky Pig in "Deduce you say"
The Little Red Hen
Bugs Bunny in "Falling Hare"
Baby Bottleneck
Toonerville Trolley
Superman in "The Mummy Strikes"
Rabbit Stew
Woody Woodpecker in "Knock, Knock"
Jack Frost
Puss In Boots
A Walt Disney Christmas
Chilly Willy "Yukon Have It"
Poet and Peasent
Woodpecker from Mars
Jungle Jitters

NEWSREELS-
KENNEDY-Man & President
News Parade 1938
News Parade 1971
News Parade 1972
News Parade 1960
News Parade (Movies Greatest)
News of the day-1963
Movietone News 1931
Movietone News 1929
Eruption Mt. St. Helens Explodes
Hindenburg
Japanese Suicide Attacks
Filming the Crashes
Pearl Harbor
When Disaster Strikes
Aboard the Flattop Midway
Filming the Big Thrills
City of the Golden Gate
Lowell Thomas Remembers 1941
Century of Progress
Filming The Great

200FT HORROR-
Dracula
Frankenstien
The Mummy
The Invisible Man
Bride of Frankenstien
Frankenstien's New Brain
Son of Frankenstien
We Want Our Mummy
Dr. Cyclops
Man-Made Monster
The Wolfman
The Trial of Frankenstien
The Mummy's Tomb
Frankenstien meets the Wolfman
House of Frankenstien
Doom of Dracula
The Mummy's Ghost
The Wolfman's Cure
House of Dracula
A/C meet Frankenstien
Day the Earth Stood Still
It Came From Outer Space
Creature From Black Lagoon
Revenge of the Creature
The Creature Walks among Us
The Incredible Shrinking Man
Trantula
Curse Of The Demon
20 Million Miles to Earth
The Werewolf
Bucket of Blood
The Undead
Screaming Skull
The Deadly Mantis
Psycho
A/C meet the Mummy
The Phantom Planet
A/C meet Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
The Pit and the Pendulum
The Giant Claw
Monster From under the Sea
Reptilicus
Curse of the Fly
Frankenstien meets Space Monster
Frankenstien Conquers the World
War God's Of the Deep
Monster From a Prehistoric Planet
The Crimson Cult
Destroy all Monsters
Frankenstien Must be Destroyed
Frenzy
Mako Jaws of Death
Monsters we Known & Loved
I was a Teenage Frankenstein
Earth VS. The Spider
Night of the Blood Beast
Yongary Monster from the Deep
War of The Planets
The Spider

400FT TITLES-
The Ghoul
Young Hannah
Young Hannah (FEATURE)
Squirm
Phantasm
Sssssss
Incredible Melting Man
The Omen
Damien: Omen II
The Brood
The Beast Must Die
Night of the Living Dead (FEATURE)
Taste the Blood of Dracula
The Plague of the Zombies
House of Seven Corpses
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Exorcist
The Amityville Horror
Coma
Carrie
Scream of Fear
"Mako" Jaws of Death
Sound Horror Trailers
The Birds
Dracula
Rosemary's Baby
A/C Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
A/C Meet meet Frankenstien
A/C Meet The Mummy
Vampire Trailers
Bride of Frankenstien
Baracuda
Jaws
Jaws 2
The Mummy's Tomb
The Raven
Son of Frankenstein
The Wolfman
The Car
Psycho
The Invisible Man
The Mummy
Frankenstein
The Mummy's Ghost
Frenzy
It Came from Beneath the Sea
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Staight Jacket

800FT TITLES-
The Ten Commandments
Helter Skelter
1941
Monty Python & the Holy Grail
Airplane-The Movie

SCI-FI TITLES-
War Of The Worlds
Batman tv show ICE SPY
Twilight Zone
The Incredible Hulk
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
20 Million Miles To Earth
It Came from Outer Space 3-D
The Incredible Shrinking Man
Alien
Star Wars
Logan's Run
This Island Earth
Dr. Cyclops
Creature With The Atom Brain
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Lost in Space- The Reluctant Stowaway
Star Trek-"The Deadly Years"
Star Trek-"Where No Man Has Gone Before"
Star Trek Bloopers
Star Trek The Motion Picture
The Gorgon
Gremlins
The Gamma People
Son of Dr. Jeckell

TOM & JERRYS-
Puss Gets The Boot
The Night Before Christmas 
Fraidy Cat
Dog Trouble 
Puss N' Toots 
Bowling Alley Cat
Fine Feathered Friend
Lonesome Mouse
The Yankee Doodle Mouse 
Baby Puss
The Million Dollar Cat 
Puttin' on the Dog
Mouse Trouble 
The Mouse Comes To Dinner 
Mouse In Manhattan 
Tee For Two 
Flirty Birdy
Quiet Please! 
Springtime For Thomas 
The Milky Waif 
Trap Happy
Solid Serenade 
Cat Fishin' 
Part-Time Pal
The Cat Concerto 
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Mouse 
Salt Water Tabby 
A Mouse In The House 
The Invisible Mouse 
Kitty Foiled 
The Truce Hurts
Old Rockin' Chair Tom 
Professor Tom 
Mouse Cleaning 
Polka Dot Puss
The Little Orphan 
Hatch Up Your Troubles 
Heavenly Puss 
The Cat And The Mermouse 
Love That Pup
Jerry's Diary
Tennis Chumps 
Little Quacker 
Saturday Evening Puss 
Texas Tom
Jerry and the Lion
Safety Second 
The Hollywood Bowl 
The Framed Cat 
Cueball Cat
Casanova Cat
Jerry and the Goldfish
Jerry's Cousin
Sleepy Time Tom
His Mouse Friday
Slicked up Pup
Nit-Witty Kitty
Cat Napping
The Flying Cat
Duck Doctor
Two Mouseketeers
Triplet Trouble
TITLE
Little Runaway
Fit to be Tied
Push Button Kitty
Cruise Cat
Cabin Cruise
The Dog House
Missing Mouse
Jerry and Jumbo
Johann Mouse
That's my Pup
Just Ducky
Two Little Indians
Life with Tom
Puppy Tale
Posse Cat
Little Red School Mouse
Baby Butch
Mice Follies
Neapolitan Mouse
Pet Peeve
Touché, Pussy Cat!
Southbound Duckling
Pup on a Picnic
Mouse for Sale
Designs on Jerry
Tom and Cheri
Smarty Cat
Pecos Pest
The Flying Sorceress
The Egg and Jerry
Busy Buddies
Muscle Beach Tom
Down Beat Bear
Blue Cat Blues
Barbecue Brawl
Tops with Pops
Timid Tabby
Feedin’ the Kiddie
Mucho Mouse
Happy Go Ducky
Royal Cat Nap
Vanishing Duck
Robin Hoodwinked
Matinee Mouse
Its Greek to Meow
Much Ado About Mousing
Jerry Go Round
Solor O Meow
Purr Chance To Dream

TRAVEL-
Pirates of the Caribbean
It's a Small World
Jungle Cruise
The Haunted Mansion
Main Street Electrical Parade
America on Parade
Disneyland Dream to Reality
The Magic Kingdom Disneyland
Vacation Kindom @ Walt Disney Wrld
Magic Kingdom @ Walt Disney World
Evening @ The Magic Kingdom WDW
The Magic Kingdom @ Walt Disney World
Evening at Disneyland
Day at DisneyLand-1974
Day at DisneyLand-1977
Greece
Grand Canyon
Tour of Universal City
The White House
Hawaii, State of Paradise
Malta, Island of Mystery
Hawaii-Enchanted Isle
Hawaii-Polynesian Culture Center
California, The Golden State
Washington, The Nation's Capital
Fabulous Las Vegas
San Francisco
Israel
Fun in Florida
America's Natural Wonders
Hawaii-Pearl Harbor Tour/Honolulu City Tour
Los Angeles, Hollywood,
An Invatation to Ireland
Yellowstone National Park
London Landmarks
Florida Highspots
Montreal-City of Charm
The Dynamic City-New York
Am putting most but not all films on a website. The link will be posted soon.

[ September 01, 2019, 04:30 PM: Message edited by: Jim Schrader ]

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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
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 - posted January 01, 2017 07:07 PM      Profile for Tim Hartnell   Email Tim Hartnell   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hi guys here is my 8mm/super8 collection.Mixture of features/digest/shorts.

Raise The Titanic derann feature
Iron Maiden PM Films
Little Shop Of Horrors (optical)
Straw Dogs
Clash of the Titans Full length Italian print
Rudyard kiplings Jungle Book
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre feature 4x400ft
Invaders From Mars
Crocodile Dundee(Optical)
Pale Rider(Optical)
Way out West 3x400ft
The Gold Rush 8 x 200ft collectors club
The Woman In Red(Optical)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre(Iver Digest)
One Million Years B.C
King Kong Mountain feature
Bonnie & Clyde Death Car (short documentary)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Derann digest
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Thunderbird Trailer
Spitting Image Trailer
La Noche De Halloween (spanish halloween)
The Devil Rides Out
Scars of Dracula
Countess Dracula
The Quatermass Experiment
DR Who and the Daleks walton (3x400ft)
Regreso A Las Estrellas Erik Von Daniken (Chariots of the gods spanish)
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari(incomplete)
Battleship Potemkin
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Forbidden Planet feature 2 x1200ft
Fear Has a Thousand Eyes
Camp of the Dead 1947 NAZI Holocaust 200ft
Mondo Cannibal 3x400ft German
Tillies Punctured Romance 5X200FT
October,10 days that shook the earth collectors club 7x200ft
The Giant Spider Invasion Iver 2x400ft
Cool It Carol 4x400ft
Spaceballs 3x600ft(Optical)
Jason & The Argonauts 4x200ft mountain
The Dentist (short)
Melies A Trip to the Moon
Superman 3x400ft Italian
The Severed Arm
Last Cannibal God Trailer
The Mountain of the Cannibal God 3x400ft GERMAN
Dark Star 3 x400ft Digest/Feature incomplete
Carry on Abroad 4x400ft

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Chris Bird
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From: Kingston upon Thames, UK
Registered: Jul 2013


 - posted January 02, 2017 02:00 AM      Profile for Chris Bird   Email Chris Bird   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Panayotis, I see you acquired a print of Tourjanksy's Tales of the 1001 Nights. I have a tinted 9.5mm print of this, reduced to three reels, which I had scanned and uploaded to youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqVdsASBcfY&t=265s
Can you tell me is this is the same as your print? I'd love to know if more of the film was made available on collectors' gauges than the three reels I have. Many thanks.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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 - posted January 02, 2017 09:23 AM      Profile for Panayotis A. Carayannis   Email Panayotis A. Carayannis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Yes,of course this is the film.The standard 8 copy is six reels long and is in fact the "american" version, distributed by the Davis Distributing Corporation.I emphasise "american" because we know that they always cut "foreign" films to "sanitize" them and make them more palatable for the minds of their mass audiences.

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Chris Bird
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 - posted January 02, 2017 11:31 AM      Profile for Chris Bird   Email Chris Bird   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Thanks so much Panayotis, that's great to know there is more of the film out there than what I currently have. If you ever decide to part with your print for any reason, please let me know!

I actually had Tourjansky's granddaughter get in touch with me when I uploaded my print to YouTube which was amazing. I'm a huge fan of his Michael Strogoff.

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David Hardy
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From: Johnshaven Village , Montrose, Scotland
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Hmmmmmmm !!!! Now let me think about this.

I think I have hundreds but don't keep count of them or list
them as I cant be bothered.

I may find the time someday to do so though. [Wink] [Wink] [Wink]

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