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Francisco Javier Herrera
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INTO THE NIGHT

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hi all,

watched another awesome 60's Italian 007 spoof (Balearic Caper, 1966). Hilarious stuff lol!!!

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P.S: Tried uploading a screenshot but couldn't :/...

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Janice Glesser
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Super nice print of "Into the Night" Francisco [Smile] I haven't seen this film, but I really like Michelle Pfeiffer and Jeff Goldblum. They look so young in these clips [Smile]

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Barry Fritz
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Francisco:
Those are certainly nice screen captures. What did you use to get such nice results?

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Francisco Javier Herrera
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Thanks Ms. Janice, thanks Mr. Barry. To capture images, it's a matter of choosing a light box and correct approach. I have spent many years making catches, and that helps.

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Ross Gibbs
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The 5th film in our Winter series. A beautiful copy of Blade Runner.

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Ross Gibbs
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Last of our Winter film series on Saturday, Young Frankenstein. what a great way to air out a run of our prints.

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Clinton Hunt
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Just watched Dragnet tv series Season 4 Episode 6, 25 mins running time and in colour which has turned red,the sound was good and that Dragnet theme is a classic!
The episode is called Little Pushers from 1969 , it is about children pushing drugs and marijuana to children.
It starts of with the police taking a 12 year old boy to hospital as he was on drugs,the doctor talks about what might happen etc.Then his parents are called in and they had no idea of what he was up too.
The school then asked for the police to talk to teachers about what to look for etc with drugs.
Then the culprit was discovered and he was lectured about the dangers.
It was very corny and acting was like they were in a public service announcement

The cops went to his house and there were 2 more children all dirty and looking like they were mistreated - of course they were illegitimate as they were living with 4 unmarried adults !!!!! Oh and naturally they were hippies and has a poster on the wall of marijuana !
Every one was arrested and the children placed in foster homes.

Now I know drugs are bad and everything but this episode was bad also, everything about it was stereotypical of what the drug people would be like according to the police and people of that time period!!

I'm guessing it was funded by an anti-drug organisation !
Entertaining for its bad acting and story telling! Ahh the 1960s hippies doing what of course only hippies do - sell and take drugs and marijuana .... FUNNY stuff.

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hello all,

watched the always awesome Oscar nominated 1953 feature "Martin Luther".

Best,
ET

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Bill Brandenstein
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Nice, Elyas - that print looks really clean. It took me three tries to get that one right. This is my favorite movie with theological themes.

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hi Bill,

thanks a lot, I love the movie as well. It dies have a few very minor (almost certainly Film-Guard treatable) scratches but excellent over all. When you say to get it that good, have you gotten good results cleaning film and transforming it remarkably [Smile] ? I would like to compare notes if that's the case [Big Grin] !!!

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Lee Mannering
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Christmas Carol 1938
We so love this version of the classic tale which stars Reginald Owen followed by a roster of stars from the 1930's. Worth looking out for Billy Bevan who also appears in it alone!

Director Edwin L Martin did a wonderful job on this gem also starting out directing Lugosi's Death Kiss another squeaky classic. Very pleasant evening.. [Cool]

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Little King Father Christmas.
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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hi all,

I watched (just took screen shots of in a very long time, I mean... Watched more titles) a 1939 short feature "What men live by" and a short documentary "An intelligent concern" with HRH, Prince Phillip [Smile] !!!

Best,
ET

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Watched the always moving 1937 biography "William Tyndale".

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Dave Groves
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Finally got hold of a chapter from the Captain Marvell republic serial (episode 7). 'Shazam', and from a cloud of smoke Tom Tyler appears and flies across the sky to save a damsel running along the top of a dam pursued by a trilby hatted gangster. How it brings back memories of the Saturday morning picture club. The print is pretty good with only (only!) a very light central printed scratch.

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Bit of a mammoth weekend of 16mm [Big Grin]

Enjoyed the tour of 'Scotland'
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The Jolson Story and such a beautiful print
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Followed by Jungle Book
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Junior Another from my Arnold prized collection such great colour.
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Oh and Flip the Frog in What a Life.
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After which the belt broke on the projector [Eek!]

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Francisco Javier Herrera
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EVER AFTER (1998)

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Janice Glesser
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Looks like a teriffic print Francisco...one I wish I had myself [Smile]

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Andrew Woodcock
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Now that does look like a nice one! [Smile]

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Francisco Javier Herrera
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Thank you !!

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Brian Fretwell
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A short Technicolor evening to check the projector was working OK.
A short documentary from Tate & Lyle (A Family Affair?) with a silly add on plot to get a toy for a Jamaican boy. I bought it for £2 at a film fair. Followed by the last part (reels 5 & 6) from the feature Convoy (scope) bought at a Blackpool auction. Both had a little wear but the colour was perfect. No pictures as I was holding the anamorphic by hand as I'd never shown a 16mm print and haven't made a lens holder yet.

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Janice Glesser
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I'm running out of room to store 16mm reels...but I'm a sucker for some 80's movies. I just got this little 1983 Dudley Moore movie called "Lovesick." Dudley is a psychiatrist who goes way beyond a simple case of counter transference and falls deliriously in love with one of his patients (Elizabeth McGovern). The cast is full of familiar faces. My favorite is Alec Guinness, who does a great job playing Sigmund Freud. Freud is Dudley's imaginary conscience and the dialogs between the two are priceless. Other personalities are John Huston, Alan King, Wallace Shawn, Ron Silver, Christine Baranski, and David Strathairn.

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Phillip R Campey
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Last Night I watched my new Technicolour print of Disneys Treasure Island. A really clean, sharp colourful print. I had never seen the film before but it is excellent.
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A batman episode with Catwoman (think I got a shot of the cue mark?)

And a Sith scope trailer....

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