posted December 06, 2004 10:26 AM
I would like to take a moment and wish everyone a happy holiday season. Your preferred religion not being an issue. That you are safe, warm, had a nice dinner, and happy with what you are doing or who you are with.
To Brad...........THANK YOU for this wonderful forum!
Kefin F in the UK who tickles us with his Elmo tech talk
Steve Osbourne in OH......for his trust in me and continued support
Steve S north of Boston......for your trust
And all of the rest of you who continue to offer ideas on running movies at home!!!!!
CHIP GELMINI CAPE COD USA
* I would have said "Cinecerely" but that's already taken
posted December 18, 2004 03:56 AM
Bah Humbug! If I could work my will, any idiot walking around with a Merry Christmas upon their lips should be buried alive with a stake of holly through their hearts.
-------------------- I dream of becoming a dealer!!!!!! Is Perry's Movies for Sale.
posted December 19, 2004 06:26 AM
Hi everyone,as a new kid on the forum (kid being thoroughly tongue in cheek )I would like to wish all forum members a very filmic Xmas and healthy New Year.Since my last post I am in the process of winding down on 16mm,in favour of 8mm and my video projector ouch!!!an early New Year resolution you might say,all the very best to everyone,Peter.
posted December 19, 2004 08:26 PM
Gee, create a message about holiday wishes, and see what other topics come up!
Alan Gouger, I mssed the chance to meet up with you. Week of October 17th or so I met up with Vincent Rensay at his shop in NYC. I think it was you who was over in the UK at the time. I remember meeting someone else there who was a film buff, though now I can't remember his name. Oh well better luck next time.
posted December 20, 2004 12:06 PM
Brazil? Well the cine family certainly is world-wide. Excellent. If only we had the internet 25 years ago Best wished to all and ive had my 3 x 400 Exorcist early, couldnt wait, hehe, i am a big kid and what an excellent copy, ive struck lucky for once. Keep on talking and keep on viewing in 2005.
From: Aston, Pa. USA
Registered: Dec 2003
posted December 20, 2004 09:39 PM
Greetings and Merry Christmas to all! I am a new poster to the "Forum" but have been collecting since about 1958--when I was a kid and was given a plastic Brumberger projector and 2 Castle "headline" editions (still have the projector)--the best Christmas gift I ever received. Now, 46 years later, I am still excited by "putting on a show"--I spent this evening selecting the stuff I will show to my returning family later this week -- a mix of Super 8 and 16mm Christmas classics. Hope all of you have a blessed and happy holiday.