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Steve Klare
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...and on that day the Thursday night feature was born!

(-and the people rejoiced!) [Wink]

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All I ask is a wide screen and a projector to light her by...

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Dave Ruth
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Last year’s Friday night feature took nearly three hours to screen and it was a 90 minute movie.

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David C. Lucidi
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Steve: I like the way you think! (Although you and your family wouldn't be there on Thursday so you'd miss out somewhat [Frown] ) In reality, various film(s) are shown throughout Thursday day/night, if for no other reason than to 'dial in' projector distances and do sound setups.

Dave: are you referring to House of Wax 3D? (April 2018). That was a unique situation, due to the special 35mm setup involved. With that exception, I personally don't recall films running past 2 hours, but I have only been attending since April 2017.

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Brian Stearns
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A good idea If you don't want to watch the voted movie then you can always have an alternate show in someones room. setting up projector,screen and speakers.

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Douglas Meltzer
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We've got a great selection of films to choose from....and there's still a few more days to the cutoff date (4/12). If you want to share a favorite print, please let us know by Friday.

Doug

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I think there's room for just one more film.....

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Louis Franchetti
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Joe Griesbach wants to put up his print of “Night if the comet” in 35 mm
He doesn’t know how to list it so he asked me to put it for him

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Douglas Meltzer
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Lou,

That's great! Night of the Comet was filmed by the terrific Arthur Albert, whom I had the pleasure of working with early in my career.

Doug

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I think there's room for just one more film.....

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Dave Ruth
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Yo if that's a viable option I'm in for Night of the Comet.

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Brian Stearns
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Lots of good choices tough to choose

Goodluck to all the contestants Bruce,Indiana,ET,Mr.Lightman,Shane,Dr.Rumack,The King,Fab Four,Goke,Anakin,Alan,JACK,Major Kabakov,Vernon, Regina,Black Scorpion and Doctor Gogol

may the best film win

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Douglas Meltzer
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Nicely done, Brian! I can't think of a better lead in to announce that the survey emails have been sent.

This is the largest group of films we've had to choose from yet!

Airplane! (1980)- Super 8mm
The Black Scorpion (1957)- 16mm
Black Sunday (1977)- Super 8mm
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)- 16mm
Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell (1968)- Super 8mm
A Hard Day's Night (1964)- 16mm
It Happens Every Spring (1949)- 16mm
Jack the Giant Killer (1962)- Super 8mm
Jaws (1975)- 16mm
Jumanji (1995)- 35mm
Mad Love (1935)- 16mm
Night of the Comet (1984)- 35mm
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)- 16mm
Roustabout (1964)- 16mm
Shane (1953)- Super 8mm
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)- 35mm
War Games (1983)- 16mm

If anyone is planning on attending Friday night and hasn't received a survey email, please let me know.

The voting will conclude on April 21.

Doug

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Brian Stearns
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Can't wait til next weekend I'll see you all Friday

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Graham Ritchie
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Well folks have a great time, look forward to any future video or pictures [Cool]

Before we started any film projector, we would always run the following slides [Big Grin]
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Douglas Meltzer
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The CineSea 19 Friday Night Feature will be:

Todd Tuckey's 16mm IB Tech Scope print of Roustabout!

Congratulations to Todd and a huge thank you to those who submitted and to those who voted.

I look forward to the fun of watching Elvis with this terrific CineSea group.

Doing what pleases me best
Gotta keep-a movin' east or west
Till I find my place there's no doubt
I'll be a rovin' roustabout


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Brian Stearns
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There was stiff competition this year. It was hard to choose. lots of good films.I bet the voting was tight.

Doug can you post the final voting total here? Im interested in seeing them it must have been close with two powerhouses Raiders and Jaws being defeated

Thanks

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Douglas Meltzer
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Sure!

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Claus Harding
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Elvis got picked, fun stuff.
I won't be coming to CineSea this time as work at the end of the month has put a stop to any travel; I'll have to look forward to fall (and I'll be watching for pictures from this one.)

I'll be there in spirit...

C.

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Louis Franchetti
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We will miss you , See you in October

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Brian Stearns
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All I see is % and graph lines is there totals for each film to show how many people voted.how much is a persons vote in %?

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Joe Caruso
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Will miss you, Claus - Early Happy Birthday from us all - Shorty

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David Baker
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Brian - I figured it out - Looks to me like 27 votes - so 27 people attending Friday night .

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Douglas Meltzer
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David,

Your math is excellent! You were only off by one.

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David Baker
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Why , yes Doug , while studying your graph I became cross-eyed......

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Louis Franchetti
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Oh Dave your my hero , Haha

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Douglas Meltzer
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A T-Square would have come in handy.

Doug

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Stuart Finkelstein
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OMG. Three way tie for #2!

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