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Author Topic: Coming to CineSea 18? Pick the Friday Night Feature!
Douglas Meltzer
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CineSea 18 is less than a month away, so it's time for attendees to nominate a print from their collection for the screening on Friday evening, October 12th at the Ocean Holiday Resort in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. Admission is free.

Our previous feature was Terry Bange & Dave Baker's amazing 35mm print of House of Wax in 3-D! That was a special occasion, so for this event we are returning to the world of Super 8mm & 16mm, so please nominate prints in either of those two formats.

Please list the title (up to two per collector) and format here by 9/26. We'll then have an online survey and attendees can pick which film they prefer by 10/7.

My offering is a Derann print of Jason and the Argonauts (Super 8mm, Flat).

I've heard some possible titles mentioned and it looks we're going to have a tough choice to make!

For more information about the CineSea Film Collectors Gathering, please look here.

Doug

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Chip Gelmini
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How about two of the Star War movies on super 8 stereo scope full length? Any of them. May the Force be with us!

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Joe Caruso
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I did well to choose you, Jason. The Gods are best served by those who need their help least - Shorty

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Todd N. Tuckey
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I am again offering the 16mm IB Tech Scope Elvis co-starring Barbara Stanwyke ROUSTABOUT....his very best film! Great circus action and stunning color!

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Joe Vannicola
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I'm offering Scream Of The Demon Lover, an R rated European horror film. It played on a double bill with The Velvet Vampire in the early seventies. Or The Black Scorpion, a giant monster film from the fabulous fifties.

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Louis Franchetti
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Since it’s Halloweentime and we are right near the beach, what would be more fitting than a print of Jaws? I nominate my 16mm print of Jaws for Friday night. It is a gorgeous Scope, LPP print.

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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So many great choices. I am not going to bother offering my silent film feature of Phantom of the Opera from Niles Film Products, the first name in quality prints.

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Chip Gelmini
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Excuse me for my earlier post.

I will be attending Cinesea while on my way to Florida. I will not be able to bring anything for trade, purchase, or screening. I did not understand if my choice was selected that I might have to provide it.

My apologies, Doug.

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John Capazzo
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I am offering the Frankenheimer BLACK SUNDAY; 1977 terrorist feature. Low fade LPP and not a title you hear much.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Pretty amazing titles early on, and my favorite actor Robert Shaw is in two of them!

Chip,
No worries. I'm thrilled you're making the trip!

Doug

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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So many good choices, I'm thinking double feature.

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Joe Caruso
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Matinee too - Shorty

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Douglas Meltzer
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The story so far:

The Black Scorpion
Black Sunday
Jason & the Argonauts
Jaws
Roustabout
Scream of the Demon Lover

I can't wait to see what's next!

Doug

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Gary Sloan
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Ok Mr M,

Here is Gary's vote

Batman 1989 Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton in 16mm perfect LPP color and sound!!!

Also Alfred Hitchcock's Classic for Halloween, Psycho 1960 with Anthony Perkins, a nice sharp uncut original print, both are great to see on a big screen with an audience with the help of my Bell&Howell arc machines!!

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Joe Caruso
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These are top choices also - Best line from the Joker; 'Wait till they get a load of me' and best scene from Psycho when Balsam falls down the stairs - Shorty

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Douglas Meltzer
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Great choices Mr. S!

There are two more days remaining for CineSea attendees to enter their submissions.

Doug

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Steve Klare
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I think this is going to be a tough one: there are a lot of great choices here and I don't think any one of them is going to walk away with the vote.

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David C. Lucidi
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Haven't logged on in awhile but will be at Cinesea from Thursday afternoon (early bird) until Saturday afternoon (yes...sigh....another Cinesea, another 'not there for the whole event). It's kinda becoming a trademark of mine lol [Razz]

So since I will be there for Friday night, I'll throw out just one suggestion so as not to make choosing TOO difficult:

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978). Mint LPP, perfect for Halloween.

And based on what was already suggested by other members, looks to be an amazing list being compiled for Friday night!! [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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Brian Stearns
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My wife gave her blessing for me to attend this year. Staying until Sun.

So looking forward to meeting everyone.

Will be arriving Fri 3pm hopefully depending on traffic.

Nominations look great, everyone is a winner

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Douglas Meltzer
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The nominating window is closed and here are all the submissions:

Batman (1989)-16mm LPP
The Black Scorpion (1957)-16mm
Black Sunday (1977)-16mm LPP
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)-16mm LPP
Jason & the Argonauts (1963) -Super 8mm
Jaws (1975)-16mm LPP Scope
Psycho (1960)-16mm
Roustabout (1964)-16mm IB Tech Scope
Scream of the Demon Lover (1970)-16mm

Attendees will receive a link to vote later today. If the link hasn't made it your inbox by this evening, please email me.

Thanks!

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Joe Caruso
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Man, looks like a real full-house this time, I mean a huge group - Let's abide by the rules; Rule #1 - OBEY ALL RULES
Rule #2 - LAUGH AS YOU ARRIVE...
Rule #3 - LAUGH WHILE YOU'RE THERE...
Rule #4 - LAUGH AS WE DEPART...

Shorty - Rule #5 - PAY NO ATTENTION TO ANYTHING I SAY OR DO

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Douglas Meltzer
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Brian,

Terrific news! I'm so glad you can make it. We'll all chip in to get your wife a thank you gift!

Doug

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Brian Stearns
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thanks

Looking forward to spending time with all my film friends

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Douglas Meltzer
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Today is the last day to vote for the film you'd like to watch at CineSea on Friday night. Tomorrow morning I'll reveal the winner.

Doug

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Douglas Meltzer
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What will we be watching in Wildwood this Friday night?

Gary Sloan's 16mm print of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho!

It was a tight race between the top three vote-getters, however it's Norman & his mother that will grace the CineSea screen on Friday.

Please join us on October 12th at The Ocean Holiday in Wildwood, New Jersey at 7 PM.

Doug

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