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David Guest
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jolson story tech and George Formby in I see ice
sat nite will be green for danger

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Vidar Olavesen
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Got his 15 dollar 16mm print in scope ... Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies ... Well, at least the reels and boxes are worth 15 :-) Even with three cyan filters it is still bright and hardly visible on screen.

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Clyde Miles
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just watched 'mystery submarine' with edward judd and lawrence payne. ok print with some wear in places, but great contrast and definition.

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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One of my latest additions, Under Fire.
An early LPP copy from 1983.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Wow, Lars, that looks awesome

Saw a faded Annie Hall today, with two cyan filters on to get some blues in there
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Expensive sneeze anyone :-)
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Woody Allen's best movie in my opinion. Really funny

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Dino Everette
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After a very busy month projecting 22mm and 16mm sound on disc in Richmond, VA and then 28mm and 9.5mm in Colorado Springs, CO...I finally had some time at home to project for fun so I watched some silent comedy shorts.. A Star films version of Racing Blood EP 6 Watch Your Pep (1 x 400ft, 1928), Ton o' Fun in Three Wise Goofs (1 x 400ft, 1925) and an early Hal Roach starring Beatrice LaPlante entitled A Regular Pal (1 x 400ft, 1920)

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw three swedish educational films on about 15-25 minutes each. With swedish narration
Hotat Skog
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Som Andra Barn Trots Handicap
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Secrets of the Plant World (Disney)
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and a feature of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451
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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw my new 30 pound 35mm today ... Julia & Julia
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Was a nicely paced film and quite enjoyable, even though I have no interest in food at all. Stanley Tucci is always a pleasure

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Chris Fries
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Just watched one of my favorite Neil Simon films. MURDER BY DEATH from 1976. Great fun. It has an all-star cast. Eileen Brennan, Truman Capote, James Coco, Peter Falk, Alec Guinness, Elsa Lanchester, David Niven, Peter Sellers and Maggie Smith.

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It's faded but I still love it.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Neil Simon is brilliant ... Never seen that one and will try to find it, even if it's only DVD

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David Ollerearnshaw
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Me and Henry watched "Gold" last night on 16mm masked for widescreen quite a good print. A lot of the crew were involved in the Bond films. Sorry no images.

But here's the poster.

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Mark Mander
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My new purchase Elvis in Charro!!
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Elmo GS1200 1.0 lens
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Sankyo 800 1.0 lens
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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw Warning Sign on 16mm today
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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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The Man From Hong Kong, a real action-flick from down under. It was so violent that the Swedish censors banned it back in 1975. This is a English X certificate print, so it's slightly cut but a lot of kicking and hitting are still there.
The baddie is played by non other than George Lazenby.
It also has the song "Sky High" by Jigsaw during both main and end credits. Remember that one? It was quite popular at the time.

The copy is in scope and AGFA.

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David Ollerearnshaw
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Sky High I remember that in the charts. George should have stuck with Fry's Turkish Delight by the look of that still [Big Grin] The colour looks very good too.

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Michael Scheck
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I screened a beautiful, very sharp LPP print of Woody Allen's Masterpiece "The Purple Rose of Cairo" last night - a great experience on the last day of the old year.
Our guests, which never saw the film before were thrilled.
A truly great movie and one of Woody Allen's best!

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Vidar Olavesen
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Purple Rose is surely among Allen's best. Not that funny the newer ones, but mostly all of his old ones are really funny. My favorite is Annie Hall. Any screenshots? Is it faded? Seems like all I see of Woody Allen films looks faded, so just wondering

Happy New Year

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Michael Scheck
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And a happy new Year to you, Vidar - and to all forum members as well!
No, my "Purple Rose" has not faded a all - it's a Kodak LPP print, with beautiful colors! I bought it from the US a few months ago.
Concerning the screen shots: I tried but I can't get it right - they always look awful, so I stopped trying...

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw my new The Executioner's Song with Tommy Lee Jones, Rosanna Arquette, Christine Lahti (lovely lady) and Eli Wallach

Decent enough this one
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Vidar Olavesen
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Texas, Addido, 16mm scope
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It's actually not as yellow, I can't get the hang of the settings on the Nikon D3200

It's not brilliant, but it's quite enough color to enjoy

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw a short feature from 1951 called Korean Patrol. Not the best film in the world, but at least it was quite cheap :-)
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Vidar Olavesen
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A re-screening for friends of Fahrenheit 451
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Oemer Yalinkilic
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Vidar is your Fahrenheit 451 an IB tech. print? or any other low fade film stock? its looks very nice.
Is it original english version?

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Vidar Olavesen
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As usual, I have no idea ... The colors is very vibrant and clear, almost over the top colors at times. It's english sound with danish subtitles and not perfect with splices and such. But worth the 15 or 20 dollars I paid

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Vidar Olavesen
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Had my 20th viewing in my little club yesterday and we had as usual one 16mm feature on the programme. As usual the Nikon D3200 make it look redder than it's actually is. This is close to perfect colorwise

Teachers ... Super cast and a quite nice movie

Judd Hirsch
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Richard Mulligan
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Nick Nolte
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Ralph Macchio
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The ever so lovely JoBeth Williams
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Laura Dern
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Crispin Glover
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Morgan Freeman
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