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Graham Ritchie
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What an amazing lists everyone [Cool] your collections look fantastic [Smile]

I have never listed mine, but last year I did buy one feature "The Fallen Idol" on Elmo reels, still got to get around to watching it [Smile] ...someday...

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Douglas Warren
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My collection is small compared to most on here. It's also a mix of Standard 8 / Super-8 and 16mm. With all combined, I'm guessing around 50-60 films total.

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Tom Photiou
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Have now done a full count and a full stock check, (amazed at what i didn't have on my excel sheet),
Total including every single title short or full length feature is
561 super 8,of which 114 are ad reels, promo's and trailers

8 x 16mm. A long way to go here.
[Big Grin]

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Brian Fretwell
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Like some of the others here I haven't made a full list (I tried a couple of times but gave up - I just wanted to watch the films). But for features \(4 x 400ft +) I did manage it:-

Lust for a Vampire
That's Entertainment
What's Good for the Goose
Bugsy Malone
Carry on Screaming
Calamity Jane
The Three Musketeers (Kelly)
Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines
Scars of Dracula
Goldfinger
Hello Dolly
Romancing the Stone
Never Say Never Again

With a reel or two missing
Blue Hawaii
The Outlaw
The Third Man
Circus World (German sound)
55 Days at Peking (German sound)
El Cid
The Fog
King Kong
The Sound of Music
The Girl Most Likely
The Secret of NIMH

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Andrew Woodcock
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A bit like the "Sherry" there Tom, in the Castlemaine XXXX ad a few years back! 😁😁😁

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David Hardy
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Tom if you have any spare time can you come up to Scotland
and count mine sometime ?

I made a start but gave up after a count of 50.
[Wink] [Wink] [Wink]

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Tom Photiou
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[Big Grin] [Big Grin] I did cheat on mine as although i have them logged in writing i also have an excel spreadsheet which is updated dailey, so putting in 1 and 2 then using the mouse it adds them all up in a flash,here is an extract of the list i use squeezed in to fit here.
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Wow Tom!

Lion King only ever 3 viewings!!

I'd watched mine 3 times in the first week of getting it.😁😁
That's incredible will power you demonstrate there Tom. [Wink]

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Bill Harris
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Does anyone collect old B westerns on super 8? I have several:

Star Packer - John Wayne
Man of the Forest - Randolph Scott
Hell Town - John Wayne & Johnny Mack Brown
Trail of Robin Hood - Roy Rogers
Sunset Trail - Hopalong Cassidy
Vigilantes of Boomtown - Allan Lane
Man from Hell's Edges - Bob Steele
Frontier Revenge - Lash Larue
Frontier Horizon - Three Mesquiteers
Gunman from Bodie - Rough Riders

I would like to find one with George O'Brien.

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Daniel Macarone
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The Circus
City Lights
Modern Times
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Dodge City
The Wizard of Oz
Casablanca
Meet Me In St. Louis
It's a Wonderful Life
The Third Man
The Quiet Man

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Joe Caruso
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Bill, I have the set of Std 8 200' Hoppys in nice boxes - Shorty

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Osi Osgood
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I have "The Circus" too, Danil, a wonderful film! Is your's the scored sound print, with Chaplin himself singing that theme song at the beginning?

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Tom Photiou
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Hey Andy, thats 3 viewings plus whats after that column, so 5 [Big Grin]
The very first dated column is the last date of cleaning.
B westerns, my Brothers favourites, not sure if all of these are B westerns but here is our list,

Bandits of dark canyon
Bugles in the afternoon
Four faces West
Hannie Caulder
Ken Maynard/ Flaming Lead
Ken Maynard/ Secret assignment
Ken Maynard/ the phantom rides the trail
Last train from Gunhill
My name is Nobody scope
Rails into Laramie
Rio Grande
Run of the Arrow 7 x 400 colour
Shalako Scope 400ft
She wore a yellow ribbon.
Shenendoah 400ft b/w
Stagecoach
True Grit
War Drums across the plane
Winchester 73 Std 8mm full feature
Once upon a time in the West
One Eyed Jacks
The Mcmasters
If you class Gone with the wind as a western then add this one
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Yes Osi, mine is an RBC print with Chaplin singing the song. One odd thing is that there is a DVD released by Image Entertainment where that song and footage is omitted from the opening titles. Apparently that is the original silent version, but with the later version's music added in a certain way. I've never known who approved that for the DVD.

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Osi Osgood
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Gee tom, I would hate to have a list of how many viewings I have given any number of films in my collection, as i would probably, personally embarrass myself with how many have but one viewing, but I'd hate to give up!

Love some of you're titles to be sure. Is that "My Name is Nobody" the 4X400ft scope, or is yours a longer version?

I did do an inventory of my optical super 8 features a few years back and it was slightly over 50 titles, but I'm a little scared to try to inventory all my films. [Eek!]

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Tom Photiou
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Hi Osi, i started doing this list around 10 years ago, believe me, some of the viewings a many many times, my Elvis the movie and Tommy 400 footer's are unfortunately worn out. Would love to get a decent copy of the Elvis the movie, In my early days of collecting i knew nothing what so ever about projector maintenance, all i did was view view view. Then my first 1200HD went wrong, i took it to Hanimax in Swindon & it cost me an arm and leg back then. I soon read many magazines and studied lots and learned how to respect both films and projectors.

Our My name is nobody is the Iver 4 x 400ft scope print, we do have this on DVD, never found the full version on super 8 though i know it does exist. The scope widescreen makes up for it though. Here is full list of our films excluding promo's ad reels and trailers. These titles vary in length from 200ft to full features with a small percentage in scope.
20,000 Leagues under the sea
633 Squadron
A Day at Disneyland
A night in Casablanca
A night to Remember
Abbot & Costello go to Mars
Adventures of a plummers mate
Above us the waves
Airplane
Alice in Wonderland
All quite on the Western Front
Allegheny Uprising
Andy Panda, The poet & Pesant
Angels with dirty faces
An evening at Disneyland.
Ask a Policeman
Atilla The Hun
Avengers. Return of the cybernauts
Avengers. The positive negative man
Bad luck Blackie, Tex Avery
Bandits of dark canyon
Battlestar Galactica
Bedknobs & Broomsticks, Match of the Century
Beauty & the beast, Disney
Best of Benny Hill
Blazing Saddles
Blue Hawaii
Blitz on Britain. Documentary
Blitz Wolf, Tex Avery
Born Free scope Boys from Brazil.The
Breakdowns of 1937
British Gaumont News, Winston Churchill
Bugles in the afternoon
Bugs Bunny, Buccaneer Bunny
Bugs Bunny , Bully for Bugs
Bugs Bunny, Carrotblanca.
Bugs Bunny, Hair raising tales.
Bugs Bunny, fair haired hair
Bugs Bunny's 50th Birthday special promo.
Bugs Bunny mystery Show part 1
Bugs Bunny Knighty Knight Bugs
Bugs Bunny Rabbit Seasoning
Bugsy Malone
Bundle of Joy colour.
Callan
Capricorn one Scope
Captain Blood
Carousel/South Pacific Scope
Carry on abroad
Carry on Cleo
Carry on up the Kyber
Chimp antics Std 8
Chinatown
Clash of the titans
Coal black and De seben dwarfs
Cockadoodle dog, Tex Avery
Confessions of a driving instructor
Creature from the black lagoon. 3D
Dam busters
Dark Stairway
Dark Star
Dastardly & Mutley, Barnstormers
Dastardly & Mutley, cuckoo patrol
Dastardly & Mutley, movies are badder than ever
Dastardly & Mutley, follow that feather
Days of Laughter. Keystone/Chaplin
Death Wish
Deputy Dawg, shotgun shambles
Deputy Dawg, the yokes on you
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry
Disney cartoon classics, Vol one
Disney Christmas
Distant Drums Std 8
Doctor Zhivago Scope
Doggone tired. Tex Avery
Don’t Give up the ship.
Donald duck, clown of the jungle
Donald duck, Good scouts
Donald duck, the high Andies
Dracula prince of Darkness Scope
Dracula (1979 version)
Dressed to kill
Duck Soup. The Marx Brothers
Duel
Earth Vs the flying saucers
Elvis 68 comeback concert
Elvis on the Ed Sullivan shows
Elvis the movie
Escape from Alcatraz
Fantasia 2000
Fifth element Scope/Stereo
Fireball XL5, XL5 to H20 Std 8
Fireball XL5, Fire-fighters Std 8
Flintstones Little Bamm Bamm
Flintstones, Nothing but the tooth
Flintstones, seein' double
Flintstones, the twitch
Flintstones, the party
Flying Leathernecks, Colour
Foghorn Leghorn All foweled up
Four faces West
Forbidden Planet
Frankenstein, 1933 original version
G B News Winston Churchill
Gaumont British News 1936
Getting straight
Gladiator Scope/Stereo
Gone with the wind
Goodwill to men Scope
Goofy, two gun Goofy
Goofys golden gags
Grease Scope/Stereo
Great escape Scope
Gremlins stereo
Gunga Din
Helter Skelter
Incredible shrinking man
It came from outer space 3D
It’s a mad mad mad mad world Scope
Jason & the Argonauts
Jim reeves memorial & country greats
Jungle book
Jungle Book, Mowgli
Ken Maynard/ Flaming Lead
Ken Maynard/ Secret assignment
Ken Maynard/ the phantom rides the trail
Kentucky Fried Movie
Kentucky Fried Movie
Kingdom of the spiders
Lady & the Tramp
L & H Another fine mess
L & H A towed in the hole
L & H A Beau Hunks
L & H Below Zero
L & H Blockheads
L & H Busy Bodies
L & H County Hospital Std 8mm
L & H Dirty work
L & H going bye bye
L & H Helpmates
L & H Hogwild
L & H Jailbirds aka Pardon us
L & H Live Ghost Std 8mm
L & H Live Ghost
L & H Midnight Patrol Std 8mm
L & H One good turn
L & H Our Wife
L & H Perfect Day
L & H Scram
L & H Sons of the Desrert
L & H The fixer uppers
L & H The music Box Std 8mm
L & H Their first mistake
L & H Thicker than Water Std 8mm
L & H This is your life
L & H tit for Tat
L & H Twice two
L & H Way out West
League of Gentlemen
Lost In Space. Pilot episode
Lion King
Madagasger Penguins xmas caper
Magical maestro, Tex Avery
Magnificent Seven Scope
Major Dundee
Making of Magnum force
Making of Paint your wagon
Making of The Godfather.
Making of The outlaw Josey wales
Making of The Towering inferno.
Man made Monster
Marathon Man. Newer copy
Master and Commander. pt5 Scope/stereo
McMasters
Meteor
Mickey Mouse, Lonesome ghost
Mickey Mouse, Mickey's polo team
Mickey Mouse, The first 50 years
Mickeys Christmas Carol. Stereo
Midnight Express
Mission Galactica
Monster we have known & loved
Monty Python & the Holy Grail.
Movietone news 1952
Movietone news 1973
Movietone News. The Academy Awards
Mutiny on the Bounty
Naked & the dead
Nashville Country music short
National Lampoons animal house
Never ending story Scope
New York New York
Northwest frontier
Odd man out
Oh Mr Porter
On the Waterfront
Once upon a time in the West
One Eyed Jacks
One Froggy Evening
One Million Years B.C
Pathe News 1942
Pathe News 1945
Pathe News 1955
Pearl Harbour Scope
Peace on Earth
Peter Pan
Pinewood Studios open day.007
Pink Floyd, The Wall video.
Pixie & Dixie, Judo Jack
Pluto's playful pranks
Plutos Christmas tree
Police Academy 2
Popeye. Double cross country race
Porridge.Newer version
Prophecy
Protectors. TV Episode No 1. 2000ft to die
Psycho
Public Enemy
Quiller memorandum
Raiders of the lost Ark.
Rails into Larami
Raise the titanic
Ralph the Sheepdog A sheep in the deep
Ralph the Sheepdog Don’t give up the sheep
Red hot riding hood. Tex Avery
Revenge
Rio Grande
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Road Runner. Zippin' along
Robin Hood. Disney Animation
Rollerball
Royal Wedding,Fred Astair Dancing on the ceiling.
Romancing the Stone Scope/stereo
Run of the Arrow
Rupert & the Frog chorus
Sands of Iwo Jima
Saturday night fever
Saturn 3
Scooby Doo. TV episode Lively Holiday
Scooby Doo. TV episode The haunted house
Scooby Doo. TV episode Decoy for a dognapper
Scooby Doo. TV episode
Scrooge A Christmas Carol
Scrooge 1970 /Thank you very much Scope
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Shalako Scope
She Flies, Concorde's test flight.Scope
Shenendoah
Singing in the Rain Extract 1
Singing in the Rain Extract 2
Singing in the Rain Part 6
Smokey & the Bandit
Song of the south. Brer Rabbit
Sound of Music.Scope/stereo
South Pacific extract Scope
Stagecoach
Star Trek Blooper reel. TV episode out-takes
Star Trek the motion picture
Star Wars. Original 1977 version. Scope/stereo
Star Wars The Phantom Menace, Scope/Stereo
Stingray. Emergency in Marineville, Std 8mm
Stingray. Stingray is launched, Std 8mm
Straw Dogs
Summer Holiday Scope
Superman the movie
Superman 2.Scope
Take the money & Run
Tarantula
Taxi Driver
Terminator 2 Scope/stereo
Texas chainsaw massacre
That Riviera touch.
That’s Carry On
That’s Carry On Walton extracts.
That’s Dancing Part 1
That’s Dancing Part 2
That's Dancing Parts 4 & 5 + Trailer.
That’s Entertainment parts 2&3
That’s Entertainment Part 4
That’s Entertainment Part 6
The 39 steps.
The Baron. TV episode. Diplomatic immunity
The Beatles come to town. Scope
The Beatles live in concert
The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan shows
The Beatles Around the Beatles TV Show, Very rare
The Big Mouth
The Champions.TV episode. The beginning
The Cuckoo clock. Tex Avery
The Detective. Frank Sinatra
The Eagles Nest.
The Ealing Story
The Empire strikes back.
The Exorcist
The Fog.Scope
The Godfather
The Godfather part 2
The Groove tube
The Hindenburg
The Hunter.
The Invisible Man
The Island
The Klansman
The last valley
The Madusa touch
The Magnificent two
The Matrix. Freeway frenzy,Scope/stereo
The Matrix. Playground Skirmish,Scope/stereo
The Mean Machine
The Mummys Tomb
The Muppet Movie
The Oscars. moments of greatness
The one & only Bing
The plank
The Rover,(aka The Adventurer)
The Sea Hawk
The Selznick Years
The Silencers
The Snowman Stereo
The Story of Gilbert & Sullivan
The Sweeney. TV episode, I want the man
The Third Man
The Time Machine
The Three Musketeers
The Trap
The Warriors
The Wild Geese
This is Movitone News 1952
They died with their boots on
This is Movietone. The final edition.
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Thunder across the plains
Tom & Jerry. Casanova Cat
Tom & Jerry. Cruise cat
Tom & Jery, Dog trouble
Tom & Jerry The Dog House
Tom & jerry. Dr jeckyl & Mr mouse
Tom & Jerry Fit to be tied.
Tom & Jerry The flying cat
Tom & Jerry. Jerry & Jumbo
Tom & Jerry Little Quacker
Tom & Jerry. Love that Pup
Tom & Jerry. Mouse comes to dinner
Tom & Jerry The flying cat
Tom & Jerry The Milky Waif
Tom & Jerry. The night before Christmas
Tom & Jerry Pet peeved
Tom & jerry. Posse Cat
Tom & Jerry Proffessor Tom
Tom & Jerry Solid Serande
Tom & jerry Quiet please
Tom & Jerry. Tee for two
Tom & Jerry. Tennis Chumps
Tom & Jerry. The little Orphan
Tom & Jerry. The truce hurts
Tom & Jerry, Triplet trouble
Tom & Jerry.The Two mousketters
Tom & Jerry. Bowling ally cat
Tom & Jerry. Cat concerto
Tom & Jerry. Cat fishin'
Tommy
Top Cat. TV episode. TC minds the baby
Top Cat. TV episode. Dibble breaks the record
Top Hat
Tora Tora Tora
Towering Inferno
True Grit
Tweety SOS
Tweet Pie in Snow business
Tweety Pie in Tweet & Lovely
Twins of Evil
Up Pompeii
US Country show
US Country Show Vol 2
US Country Show Vol 6
Von Ryan's Express
Wally Walrus, the overture to William Tell
War Drums across the plane
War of the Worlds.
Westside Story, extracts only, Scope/Stereo
When worlds Collide
Where Eagles dare
Who Dares Wins
Winchester 73,Std 8mm
Winnie the Pooh & tigger too
Witchfinder General
World cup game
World in Flames Hitlers rise to Power
World in Flames The dawn of WW2
World in Flames Invasion of Poland
World in Flames. The Battle of Britain
World in Flames. Invasion of Normandy
World in Flames. German campaign in France
World in Flames Campaign in Africa
World in Flames. invasion of Denmark & Norway
World in Flames. Italy joins the Axis
World in Flames. The Fall of Germany
World in Flames. The fall of Japan
World in Flames. USSR & Finland
World in Flames. War in Italy
World in Flames. Campaign in Crimea
World in Flames.War in the African Desert
World in Flames. War on the Sea's
World in Flames. Campaign in the Balkans
World in Flames. War Battle of Moscow
World in Flames. Battle of Stalingrad
World in Flames. Invasion of Belgium & Holland
World war two in colour, The dessert war
World War two in Colour. Iwo Jima
World War two in Colour Kamikaze
World War two in Colour Big Ben
World War two in colour Okinawa
World War Two in Colour. Saipan
World War Two in Colour Target Tokyo
The Nazi's WW2 Documentary.
Xanadu
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Yogi Bear. Space Bear
Young Frankenstein

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YEESH! Great collection, Tom!

If i get the chance, someday, I'll do a current collection as well.

I say "current" as it is always in flux!

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Tom..you don't need anymore films! [Smile] Where will you put Die Hard when you get it?
I better not count up my films..I may be in single digits!

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For some reason(!) I've owned,When the North Wind Blows/Green for Danger and Happiest Days of your Life since the 70s-it seems.Just 3 titles I can watch over and over.

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This collection is my Brothers & mine, we list it together but it is always between two houses, we swop and switch for a pastime.
As for Die Hard, well, we are currently viewing the entire collection as we promised ourselves, i am also very slowly deciding what to sell so as i can build up my funds for either DH or,(should they ever turn up Silence of the lambs, commando, predator, DH2 and one or two others but we live in hope at the moment, [Wink] ) or a few decent 16mm but we dont want to go too big on 16 as room may be a problem later.
But while i am here this is the rest of the list which is basically our promo's trailers and ad reels.
TV Adverts Robot Smash ads x 2
TV Adverts Pepsi Cola Ads x 2
A Day at the races & A night at the opera
A Bridge Too Far Scope
Another Brick in The Wall Promo
ABC Dayset
101 Dalmatians Disney live
Independent 8 Ad reel 1
Ad reel number 9
Ad reel number 10
Ad reel number 12
Ad reel number 16
Ad reel number 17
Ad reel number 18
Ad reel number 22
Ad reel number 23
Ad reel number 24
Ad reel number 26
Ad reel number 27
Ads of the 60s
Ads of the 90s
Ad Reel Beer Fags and Women
AFI 100 years of movies Scope
Aliens/The Fly Trailer reel
An American tale
Batman
Broken Arrow Scope
Casino Royal (teaser)
Casablanca
Castaway
Cinema Intro's and Logo's
Classic Nostalgia Number 3
Clash of the titans
Dancin' in the Street, Live Aid 84 promo
Dark Star teaser trailer
Dinosaur . Includes Virgin cinemas opening
Dinosaur promo reel.
Dragonheart Scope
Elf Scope
Evita
Fantasia 2000
Finding Nemo/Jungle book 2/Treasure Planet
Future Generations & The runaway Train
Gone with the wind re-release trailer
Hunchback of Notre Damn Disney version
Independents day. ID4 Scope
Indiana Jones / last crusade in production
Jaws Long Promo promo Scope
Kawasaki Bike ad Scope
Kelly's Heroes Scope
Lawrence of Arabia Scope
Licence to Kill Full & Teaser with odeon daysets.
Lion King
Lion King promo Elton John video
Lion King special preview
Little Mermaid sing a long promo
Master & Commander
Men in black Scope
Miracle on 34th Street
Mutiny on the Bounty 100ft Scope
Now Voyager
Oliver Scope
One upon a time in the West Scope
P G Tips chimp ads Scope
Pieces of silver
Pocahontas. Disney special preview
Phantom of the opera.
Psycho. Alfred Hitchcock special promo
Rambo
Reflections. 100 years of British Cinema
Reflections USA 100 years of Cinema
Saturday night fever Long promo
Saving Private Ryan
Scars of Dracula teaser trailer
Silent Running teaser trailer
Sleepy Hollow
Star Wars. The Phantom menace Scope
Tarzan. Disney special preview
The Battle of Britain Scope
The Cat in the Hat Scope
the Empire strikes back Scope
The Good the bad & the ugly
The Human factor
The Klansman
The last Samurai Scope
The Living Daylights
The Living Daylights (with Odeon daysets)
The Man with the Golden Gun. Excellent colour
The McMasters
The Passage (some fade) Scope
The Raven Scope
The Sound Of Music Scope
Tommy
Toy Story
True Lies
Who Dares Wins Long 100ft
Winchester 73
Where Eagles dare Scope
Who framed Roger Rabbit
Young Frankenstein
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Zulu Scope
That concludes our lists although on ebay finishing today is Hawk the Slayer, T&J Tennis chumps, (duplicate) and when worlds collide 400ft,

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Great great collection of Super 8mm you have there Tom! 😊😊

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Its not bad Andy, Thank you, mind you it is a combined effort of my Brother & i since ,(in his case 1973 upto to present day and i myself started in 1978 [Wink]

Had we never sold any in all those years it would be much bigger, and the ones that come to mind that i wish we hadn't let go are Please Sir & Fright features along with many others and Rock for Kampuchea on 16mm. That was a fantastic concert and god knows why the heck i sold it. I have never found it again to this day, also Freebie & The Bean and Sweeney 2 on 16.
I have made some pretty dumb decisions over the years but the biggest of them all was letting DH slip through my fingers when it was very kindly offered to me on here a few years ago, the timing was bad for me but i dont half wish i had simply "borrowed" [Frown]
Still,
Del has said many times, be thankful for the films we do have. [Wink]

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And I wholeheartedly agree with Del there Tom!
You have a simply superb collection of films my friend, irrespective of whatever may or may not have slipped through your fingers over the years.

We all have regrets on that front, but there is only so far our funds can spread at times, otherwise I'd be buying many many more these days.

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The trouble is we have said every year,we wont buy any more now we have enough. Then something comes along and i cant say no. [Roll Eyes]

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Measly pickings this year! Economics are sinking!

Features, silent
313 DR MABUSE,THE GAMBLER (1922, Fritz Lang)
sound
299 DAIZY TOWN (1971, Gosciny & Uderzo), Lucky Luke
300 GARBANCITO DE LA MANCHA (1945, Arturo Moreno) The first feature length Spanish animation.

Plus ,about 10 silent comedies 2 cartoons and about 15 other shorts (Most std 8 and on the very cheap!)

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