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Daniel Aveline
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 - posted August 08, 2019 06:33 PM      Profile for Daniel Aveline   Email Daniel Aveline   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
helo everyone i am looking for a good print to this john ford classic

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Tom Photiou
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Me too

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Adrian Winchester
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Good luck! No doubt they exist but I don't think I've ever heard of one being offered.

I recall a particular early-1980s poll of film critics in which it was voted the greatest film ever made, making a change from 'Citizen Kane'.

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Mike Newell
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There are bound to be 16mm feature prints out there. I had a feature print on super 8. Expect to pay BIG money.

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Daniel Aveline
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dear mike, how was your super 8 print?

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Mike Newell
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Hi Daniel

Print was very good to excellen. There were no issues with sound and striping was with fault. Low fade stock colour was true no pinkness There was the odd negative mark or scratch which came from source material. Similar in quality to Rio Bravo print was distributed by certain dealers in UK and US.

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Tom Photiou
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Mike was it an official 8mm release? I cant ever recall seeing a print advertised in 40 years.

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Mike Newell
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Tom

Like most 8mm feature releases it was not official or approved 📽😮

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William Davis
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Any thoughts on what a mint condition 16MM LPP print would bring?

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Daniel Aveline
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it would be gorgeous

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