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Mark Mander
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Today's viewing was Mary Poppins and Mr Destiny with James Belushi,not seen these for a while,another last viewing before they go,Mark

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Mark can you send me the list of films please thanks

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Janice Glesser
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Watched "Lovesick (1983)" with Dudley Moore last night. Lot's of familiar actors...many not with us anymore.

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Lee Mannering
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Somewhere in camp trailer
It's a grand life Diana Dors
Frank Randle
Tons of trouble Richard Hearne Inc trailer

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Dominique De Bast
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A 1915 silent film, Hogan out West. I projected the film at 18fps so there was flickering since I haven't the three blade shutters for the (Eiki) projector I used (and anyway it's not easy to switch the shutters on the model I have.

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Janice Glesser
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Dominique...The flicker probably gave the picture an authentic look...something like a hand-cranked projector.

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Tom Photiou
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Tonight i viewed my print of the excellent Harrison Ford film, Witness. This one is on Agfa stock.
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Graham Ritchie
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Wow Tom [Cool]

That's one nice print of one of my favorite films. The color looks great.

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Tom Photiou
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Thanks Graham, it is a lovely print, it does have its fair share of base scratches but with colour and sharpness like this im more than happy to ignore those. [Wink]

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Graham Ritchie
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Your 16mm print looks a lot better than my Blu-ray version.

"Witness" was made and directed by Peter Weir in 1985. One year later in 1986, Peter Weir once again directed Harrison Ford in another favorite of mine "The Mosquito Coast" The 1980s really did see some good films come out. [Smile]

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Janice Glesser
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Outstanding print Tom. "Witness" has been on my "want list" for a very long time. I'm hoping some day to find a copy.

Graham...My family accuses me of being stuck in the 80's...I'm not offended since some of the best movies and music were in that decade and that's when my sons were born [Smile] [Cool]

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Tom Photiou
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I do like movies from the 80s and early 90s. Unfortunatly, todays movies just seem to be one reboot after another. and one CGI effects laden superhereo film after another.
When Stan and Olly came out this year it was a huge wwelcome relief from the norm of todays films.

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Graham Ritchie
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Janice I would like to be stuck in the 60s [Big Grin]

The other night I thought I would run an old 16mm print of "White Mane" The film was the winner of the grand prix at Cannes back in 1953. "White Mane" and later in 1956 "The Red Balloon" were both directed by Albert Lamorisse.
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Tom Photiou
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Tonight i viewed one of my two episodes of the classic UK TV Series from the 70s, The Professionals, episode called When the heat cools off from 1978. Great Agfa print.

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Greg Perry
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Graham,
I think the smaller boy in the last picture is in fact Pascal Lamorisse, who a few years later went on to be the main character in "The Red Balloon", written and directed by his father Albert Lamorisse. White Mane is very good, but I feel Red Balloon is even better still. Thanks for sharing these pics...

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Mark Mander
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Last few days viewings have been these,The Pink Panther, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest,Toys(Richard Pryor)and Carry on Camping,quite a mixed lot but enjoyed running them again,Mark

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One flew over the cuckoos next is a gem. Whats the stock like on it Mark?

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Mark Mander
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Not sure Tom,Its on low fade as the colours great on it,Mark

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Graham Ritchie
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Your welcome Greg [Smile]

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Indeed, Janice. Althought I would have prefered to have a three blades shutter to watch films at 18fps I must admitt it's not that terrible. All the indoors scènes are normal and only the very white parts of the picture on outside scenes do have flickering. So, tonight, another silent film screened at 18fps. A French masterpiece, Le miracle des loups. I'm not sure my copy is 100 % complete but I enjoyed the film and that's the only thing that matters, right ? [Big Grin]

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Tonight we viewed our latest purchase and with thanks to Kevin Clark for this one.
Zulu Dawn, Scope, Agfa stock.
This is one for my Brother, The original Zulu movie is one of my favourite films, other forum members and ex members have kindly pointed me toward a couple of prints of Zulu for sale but they were always too far out of my price range. This was the first time i had seen this movie as i think it's verygood, the battle sequence is quite spectacular especially on the scope screen.

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Janice Glesser
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I'm not familiar with that movie Tom...but a great-looking print!

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Janice Glesser
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I hadn't watched Some Like it Hot for a very long time. This movie is always hysterical. Jack Lemmon at his comical best and I can't stop laughing at Tony Curtis' falsetto women's voice.

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Another first class print from your collection Janice. I've only ever watched this on TV and never managed all the way through. I must sort it and record it next time it's on. [Wink]
Tonight, & again with thanks to Kevin Clark, i viewed my latest film and birthday present from the family, BULLITT, starring Steve McQueen.
This was the second film on 16mm i bought that i had never watched before. Recorded it off TV many times and always erased it before watching. It came up on offer as an IB Tech print and i had to say yes to such an iconic movie, apart from that, i dont have an IB tech print yet so what a movie to get on this stock. Yesterday i gave it a good clean and inspection. I was made aware of a few splices and a couple of minor base lines before purchase but i wasn't expecting it to be anywhere near as good as this. The out of focus title in the first image is because the titles move across the screen
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I watched my upgraded print of Cactus Flower (1969). My previous copy was turning and I only had reels 2 & 3. This new print is the complete movie and LPP. My son thinks this movie is so bizarre...especially the dancing in "The Slipped Disk" nightclub. Maybe it's a little exaggerated...but back then we thought it was cool [Cool] I just think it's funny now.

Here are some new screenshots.

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