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Gerald Santana
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From: Cottage Grove OR
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All films will be shipped media mail within the U.S. and could be shipped on cores for International buyers who will pay exact shipping.

Paypal, money order, check or concealed cash accepted.

Theater of Blood - 3 X 1600' Vincent Price feature is R rated, still has some color with splicey head on reel one but otherwise, the print runs very good with minor to moderate wear. $80 SOLD

23 Paces to Baker Street (1956) - Flat print with fair color looks good, sound good, has a great story. $80 ON EBAY

Trouble in the Glenn (1954) - 3 x 1600 Orson Welles feature on excellent color LPP, good sound and minimal wear. $150 ON EBAY

Song of the Canary - 2 x 1200' Investigative documentary is pink color with minor wear and extremely hard to find. Here's a link to a review of the film: http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/160973/Song-of-the-Canary/overview $30

The Illustrated Man - 3 x 1600' Ray Bradbury science fiction is pink color, looks okay with a cyan filter, moderate wear, plays okay. $18 SOLD

Joanne (1968) 3 x 1600' Donald Sutherland costars, this television print has fair to pink color, minor wear and good music. $18

Channing (1963) TV Series episode "Message from a Tin Room" has excellent contrast and splices near the heads but runs good overall. This was the first episode from the series and it stared John Cassavetes. $150 ON EBAY

No Maps on My Taps - One 1200' reel is just the first part of this amazing tap dancing documentary plays has titles and works well on it's own. Fair to good color, good sound, amazing music. $18

Peege (1973) - Award winning documentary has pink to fair color, sprocket repair and some splices, It still runs okay on a 1200' reel. $5

400' Reel of misc, clips and commercials. $10 ON EBAY

Bell Telephone Company Public Service Announcement with pink to fair color and some splices. $5

Pain of Silence - 400' Educational about V.D., has pink to fair color, and a lot of laughs for its campy and overly artistic presentation. $15 WITHDRAWN

Rasputin: The Mad Monk (1966) - Reels 1 and 2 only, both reels have fair to pink color, minor wear, good sound. $21

The Last Resort 1979 TV show from Gary David Goldberg, creator of Family Ties (etc.) This episode is titled "Whodunit?". The print is in excellent shape with no splices. It has fair color, good sound, and minimal wear, like new condition. Only 15 episodes were made. Low imdb rating but, I must admit -- it made me laugh. $40 ON EBAY

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Perfect Crime 1200' with Vincent Price, Excellent contrast, few splices, minor wear, very good condition. $130

Overture to William Tell (1947) Walter Lantz, B/W of Color, Sound, Minor Wear, few splices. $28

The Groovie Ghoolies and Friends (1973) "The Chump Who Cried Chimp" My Favorite Martian Episode, Fair Color, Sound, Some Splices, No Commercials. $21

800' Reel with 3 Terrytoons:
The Sky's the Limit (1965) -- Fair Color, Moderate Wear, Sound, Splices
Doll Festival (1961) -- Fair Color, Worn Condition, Sound, Splices, Lines
Star For a Day (1962) -- Fair Color, Moderate Wear, Splices, Sound $15

1600' Rel with 4 Educationals Good condition films with warm color, fair but in some still strong, minor to moderate wear, few splices. Films are: The World is a Bank (BFA,), Subtracting (BFA, CBS is animated), Squirrels are Up, Squirrels are Down: Adverbials of Place (BFA, Cute), Measurement (Coronet, campy fun) $15 ON EBAY

How the Whale Got His Throat (1982) Coronet, Excellent Color, Worn Condition, Splices, Some Missing Frames $5

A Fable (1972) - Xerox Films
Marcel Marceau pantomimes a fable which is intended to promote international cooperation, goodwill, and understanding. Filmed in Formello, Italy. Originally released by Columbia Pictures Corp., 1968. 800’ Good color Eastman 58 color has Columbia logo, opening title has some splices, film is curled but runs okay. Minor surface wear, sound is mostly music, a good condition print. $7

Simple Machines: Inclined Plane and Levers (1982) - Coronet Instructional Films
Shows how an inclined plane or slope facilitates the moving of heavy objects. Demonstrates the everyday use of the inclined plane and explains that such simple machines as screws and wedges are used when it is desirable to trade distance for force. 800’ Very good color on LPP stock with minor to moderate surface wear. Few splices, good sound and good condition print runs smoothly. Amazing end song by a “Kraftwerk” type band. $5

The Boy and the North Wind (1968) - Gakken Co., Ltd.
A story about a boy who has a series of gifts given to him by the North Wind stolen by an innkeeper.
800’ Fair Eastman color has minor wear, green scratches for a few seconds that go away, and slight emulsion spotting for about two minutes. A very enjoyable stop-motion film (similar to Rankin and Bass) in good to very good condition with a few splices up front. $5

The Orange Grower (1967) - Encyclopedia Britannica
The early history of orange production is given, and current growing and marketing procedures--more and better fruit because of new grafting techniques, care of trees, climate and insect control, and the importance of automation. 800’ Fair Eastman color with some sprocket damage repair up front that needs work, starts up smoothly after loop reset, Good sound, few splices, good condition. $5

Cloth: Fiber to Fabric (1968) - Encyclopedia Britannica
Describes the processes in the manufacture of synthetic fiber and shows some of the many uses for it. 800’ Good to fair Eastman color, minor surface wear, few splices and good sound. Directed by Isidore Mankofsky. $5

Bleeding: What to Do? (1973) - Pyramid Films
Uses animation, live reenactments, and models in order to illustrate the main pressure points and techniques employed in treating severe bleeding in the first moments following an accident. 800’ Eastman 33 Good to fair color with minor to moderate wear, some splices and sprocket repair run smoothly. Good sound and good condition. This print does not have a study guide. $5

Pssst! Hammerman's After You! (1974) - ABC
Sixth-grader insults the school bully who wants to meet with him after school.
Director: Jack Regas
Writers: Betsy Byars (novel), Bob Rodgers
Stars: Christian Juttner, Lance Kerwin and Titos Vandis
1200’ (runs about 900’) Good to fair Eastman color, with some splices, minor to moderate wear. Has thin lines and a green scratch up front that clears up. A campy after school special with a young Willie Aames! This ABC special does not have a study guide. $5

Ms. Peabody’s Beach (1972) - Walt Disney Studios
The film is about an enterprising senior citizen who agrees to let teen surfers use her beach in exchange for their labor to clear a road to the beach, and share in the expected profits from customers who will pay for the privilege of surfing at a clean, attractive beach.
1200’ Fair Eastman color has clipped, splicey heads through main title. There is some sprocket repair and splices that run smoothly, clipped end has some end credits. Good sound, and minor surface wear, the print is in good condition without a study guide. $5

The Interlopers (1979) - Barr Films
A landowner and his neighbor go hunting on the land that has made them longtime enemies, each intending to murder the other. They are forced into an unexpected truce when the winter wind knocks over a tree and both men are pinned underneath it.
1200’ Good to AG2 color with no main title, few splices, and minor surface wear. The film has end credits, it is a good drama with good direction and music. $5

Rice (1963) - Rockefeller Foundation
Discusses the importance of rice in the life and culture of the people of Asia, pointing out that primitive methods cannot produce enough food for Asia's rapidly increasing population. Describes the work of two American foundations which have established a research and training center to help Asian farmers grow more rice. 1200’ Fair Eastman color with moderate wear, some green lines, a good soundtrack and very interesting documentary footage across Asia showcasing rice farmers and harvesters. $5

Justice Under the Law: Gideon Case - Very heartfelt documentary about an ex-convict that helps change national laws. Pink/fair color with moderate wear up front improves to minor wear, looks good with a cyan filter. Splices run smoothly with good sound. The print is in good condition. $5

Techniques of Teaching Clarinet - 600' print with excellent color and minor wear, features great techniques to begin or improve clarinet playing. $5 SOLD

Seed Germination - Begins as; "Unit 2 Plant Life" This film is complete in it's own way, showing incredible time-lapse photography on germinating seeds of all kinds. Pink in color with some color remaining, a splicey opening runs smoothly. The print in good condition, with minor wear. $5

Dinosaurs: The Age of the Reptiles - 800' Has good color, with a splicey opening but, smooth running. There is minor to moderate wear on the print, overall its in good condition. Good music and direction, a very interesting glimpse at paleontology and the makers of Dinosaur models as well. $5

Newton: The Mind That Found the Future - 800' A fair color print that has a splicey opening and no main title. It runs smooth otherwise, has moderate wear with good use of alchemical pictures and details on Newton's life and work. $5

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I Taw a Putty Tat (1947) Freleng/Clampett, B/W of Color, Sound, Minor Wear, Uncensored $19 SOLD

Oriental Brushwork - 800' Eliot O'Hara narrates this program with pink color -- some color still remains. Splices run smooth with minor wear. Features Tyrus Wong and others illustrating techniques. A very good film for those inspired by the techniques and brush strokes of Japanese and Chinese printing. $5 SOLD

Painting Trees with Eliot O'Hara - 800' Eliot O'Hara produced and narrates this film on simple brush techniques for painting various trees found throughout the U.S.. Pink color with some color still remaining and minor to moderate wear up front, splices pass smoothly. This is a good film for any artist or enthusiast of a masters technique rendering watercolor. $5 SOLD

Tut: The Boy King (1978) 2 x 1200' print has pink color with some color still remaining, especially on reel two. The print has some splices that run smoothly, has minor wear and is in good condition, slightly clipped at beginning of R1. Orson Welles narrates with highlights of the treasure trove and anecdotal stories about the Boy King's life and death. 2 x 1200' so $10 SOLD

The Alphabet Conspiracy (1959)CBS Part. 2 of 2
A little girl, frustrated by her inability to deal with her English homework, dreams that the Mad Hatter and the Jabberwock, both characters from "Alice in Wonderland", have hatched a conspiracy to abolish the alphabet.
Director: Robert B. Sinclair
Writers: Leo Salkin, Richard Hobson
Stars:Stanley Adams, Frank Baxter and Cheryl Callaway
1200’ (Part two of the TV movie) Very good to excellent LPP color, minor wear, good sound, very good condition print. With over the top sets and an “Alice in Wonderland” theme, this portion of the film also has a short animated section directed by Friz Freleng. Has end credits but, no study guide. $9 SOLD

Circles and Points (1967) - BFA
Uses animation to define a circle and describe its properties. 800’ Good Eastman color without a main title. Narrated with some live action, it’s mostly diagrams of circles and circles within circles. Could be used for film loops or for instruction. Minor surface wear, some splices, but smooth running. $5 SOLD

Portrait of A Wheat Farmer (1980) - National Geographic
Examines contemporary life by offering a portrait of a family living on a farm in the Midwestern United States. 800’ Good Eastman color, moderate wear, light green lines, no to very few splices. Good sound, this print does not have a study guide. $5 SOLD

To Try Again and Succeed (1979) Orson Welles, Animated, Fair Color, Sound, Minor Wear $21 SOLD

Boy Meets Dog (1938) Walter Lantz, Castle, B/W of Color, Silent, Minor Wear $9 SOLD

Freudy Cat (1964) Robert McKimson, NMT, Excellent Color, Sound, Clipped Heads, Splices, Minor Wear, Runs Okay. $19 SOLD

Rare Tarzan Promo (?) Bruce Bennett, Very Good Contrast, Sound, Approx. 150' $33 SOLD

Gnomes (1980) Jack Zander, Odd Reel 3, Fades In From Black, Good Color, Sound, Minor Wear, Has End Credits $24 SOLD

The Moonbeam Princess (1967)Gakken Toy Co., NMT, Slightly Clipped Heads, Fair Color, Sound, Minor to Moderate Wear $12 SOLD

The Littlest Angel (1950) Coronet Films, Fair Color, Sound, Minor to Moderate Wear, Some Splices $21 SOLD

Close Harmony (1981) - Noble Enterprises
A chorus of 4th- and 5th-graders at the Brooklyn Friends School and a chorus of elderly retirees at a Brooklyn Jewish seniors' center combine to give an annual joint concert.
Director: Nigel Noble
1200’ Very good to excellent LPP color, minor to moderate wear, and few splices. The film has good sound and music, it won the Oscar in 1981 for Best Documentary Short Subject. The film does not have a study guide. $9 SOLD

Mandy’s Grandmother (1978) - Phoenix Films
This is the heartwarming story of how Mandy and her grandmother go through sometimes difficult process of first accepting, and then loving each other. Maureen O'Sullivan gives a particularly touching performance as Mandy's grandmother and helps all bridge the gap between generations.
Director: Andrew Sugerman
Writer: Mary Munisteri
Stars: Maureen O'Sullivan, Amy Levitan and Kathryn Walker
1200’ Good Eastman 14 color with minor wear and very few splices. This is a smooth running print in very good condition. $9 SOLD

Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner (1965) Rudy Larriva, Fair Color, Sound Minor Wear $48 SOLD

Why Man Creates (1968) Saul Bass, Composite, First 200' Fair Color Eastman with Moderate Wear , End 800' Very Good Color 1S with Minor Wear, Sound, Some Splices Will Need Work $18 SOLD

Meatless Tuesdays (1943) Walter Lantz, B/W of Color, Sound, Minor Wear $15 SOLD

Home Wanted (1937)aka The Homeless Pup, Paul Terry, NMT, Silent, Minor Wear $9 SOLD

Luno: The Poor Pirate 100' Terrytoons, Minor to minimal wear, Excellent contrast, B&W of color, Sound. $12 ON EBAY

Cool McCool: Harry McCool in "Time Out" 100', Very Good to excellent color, Minor to minimal wear, Sound. $32 ON EBAY

This is War? 400' Excerpt from Marx Bros. "Duck Soup", Excellent contrast, Minor wear, very good music. $25 ON EBAY

Two Perry Mason ClipsTwo 300' on one 600' reel. Excellent contrast and minimal wear. Includes clips from The Case of the Long Legged Models and The Case of the Fraudulent Foto. Beautiful Density. $50 ON EBAY

Seasons of the Year - Coronet Instructional Films.
Describes how the four seasons affect changes in the weather, in human activities, and in plant and animal life. 400’ Good color SP on first 25’, Excellent Eastman on the rest of the film with a slight focus adjustment need between stocks. Has clipped opening, end and some missing frames between film stocks otherwise, splices run smoothly. Minor surface wear, light lines, a good condition print. Hard to find with color! $9 ON EBAY

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Gerald Santana
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Now $9 each. Buy three get one free!

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Gerald Santana
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New animated titles added to the top of the list...

Thanks!

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Gerald Santana
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More titles added today, they're at the top of the list..

Thanks

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Gerald Santana
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BUMP with newly added titles and reduced prices.

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Philippe Cuypers
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 - posted January 04, 2013 07:09 AM      Profile for Philippe Cuypers   Email Philippe Cuypers   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
hello

I am interested to buy you 16mm print the theatre of blood,
how much and shipping please

I would pay by paypall
give me your email address so I could pay you by paypall
thanks
[Smile]

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Philippe Cuypers
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hello again

I went to the 16mm forum, and you post also these titles and I notice that the title (theatre of blood)was sold??

how well? better luck next time

all the best
phill [Eek!] [Frown]

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Gerald Santana
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Philippe,

Yes, the title was sold last night, thanks for the message. I have a couple other films with Vincent Price, send me a PM if you're interested.

List updated...thanks.

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Philippe Cuypers
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gerald

I send you a pm about the list of vincent price
thanks again
phil [Smile]

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Philippe Cuypers
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hello
gerald
I dont know if you received my pm , so here I am writing , please let me know others film of vincent price

1-titles ?
2-the conditions
3- the price

thanks in advanced
all the best
phil
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Vidar Olavesen
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Hi!

Joanne with Donald Sutherland, is that sold? If you could send me an updated list, I am interested in getting some more 16mm movies as my projector appeared a couple of days ago. Going to get a take up wheel tomorrow, so then I am ready for 16mm :-)

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Gerald Santana
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Hi Vidar,

I've updated the list, take a look. "Joanne" is still available. Glad to hear that you're getting into 16mm, certainly you'll find a broader variety now that you have Super 8 and 16mm. Now all you need is a nice 8mm projector and you're set -- that is unless you find a 9,5 machine!

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Vidar Olavesen
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I would like to buy that movie, I do assume right if I think it's a full feature? 3x1600' sounds long enough ...

And I do have an 8mm projector. I have for Super 8, an Elmo ST-1200D MO and I have the Eumig Mark-S 710D for Super 8 and 8mm

Also have a few silent projectors like an Eumig 610D (waiting for a lens from John Adams, which has taken so long that I wonder if I ever get it). Heard he was not well, so it might be that which is keeping him from sending.

I am also in the process of selling about 300-400 video game consoles and around 4000-5000 games and will spend it all on REEL movies :-)

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