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Brian Stearns
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I saw the film online,but I remember Get Carter having a projector in it. The scene where he is in bed smoking in the ladies apartment.He views a porno and sees his niece in it.

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Lee Mannering
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David that picture with Niven has the Heurtier sound projector in it and is sitting on its amplifier which was a seperate item. Model looks like the 'Superson'

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David Ollerearnshaw
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Lee, That would fit the film was a co-production with France one of them.

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Janice Glesser
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I've been catching up on the TV series GRIMM. In the 13th episode of season one...guess what?....a hand cranked projector...too cool! ...AND Hitler turns out to really be a monster (but then we already knew that).

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Hugo [Smile]
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Janice Glesser
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More photos from Hugo Graham... here: http://8mmforum.film-tech.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=8;t=00 1619;p=12#000294

Does anybody know who made the projector shown in Grimm photos above?

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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That looks like the hand cranked movie projector that was sold as a toy under the Montgomery Wards name. If I am not mistaken, I believe these were manufactured by Keystone. I have one and it is 35mm.

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Vidar Olavesen
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They're fiddling a lot with a projector in a norwegian film, Norske Byggeklosser
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069021/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_c-wvm6VzQ

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Earlier this year one chanel reprised the entire series of E. R. and in one of them they looked at some home movies.

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Then in Zero Hour they were also looking at some film.

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And right now we are seing season two of the Swedish/Danish series Bron/Broen "The Bridge". In episode four there was not a projector but other film stuff, like an editor and several reels and even a super8 camera.

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This series (season one) have been sold to a staggering 131 countries worldwide, so the chance for you to see it are rather good. Please do, I recommend it.

This is slightly OT but I have to ask.
In this second season, in the list of executive producers, the name Alexander Vandeputte is present. Is this the same person who frequents this board or is it a namesake?

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Dominique De Bast
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I have just watched a super 8 digest of Mad Movie Makers. You can see several projectors on it.

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At the beginning of NIXON from 1995, the Watergate burglars are in a conference room watching a 16mm sales training film.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Does this count? Swedish film for use in schools. Called Utan Hem (Homeless) and is about children in the world with no place to call home.

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Looks good to me Vidar [Smile] ...very cute!

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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In episode 300 of CSI there was a brief scene with a projector at a crime-scene.

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Thor Andre Karlsen
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Torchwood (Dr. Who spin-off) season 2 episode 10 (From out of the rain):

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Lots of film stuff in this episode of Torchwood. scary people walks out of film!

They did somehow show 35mm film on an Eiki RT-something, although its not weird at all compared to the rest of the episode. [Razz]

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Vidar Olavesen
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Love that series ... The first two seasons are brilliant, the rest is also nice, but not same class as the first

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I love that series to, just hoping for it to reopen [Frown]

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The horror movie Sinister.

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Janice Glesser
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Here are some screen caps from Sinister (2012).

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Thanks Janice i didnt have any to put up [Smile]

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A projector was briefly visable in this scene from Making Mr. Right (1987) starring John Malcovich.

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I've seen this movie a dozen times and never noticed until last night that the projector was briefly visable in this scene from Doc Hollywood (1991)

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I just love that scene in the movie.

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Hello to all! As a young super 8 film and projector collector and being new to this forum, I also remember a lot of projectors in different episodes of The Simpsons (one is used to give an outdoor movie show, other mostly in Bart's elementary school or used for home movies).

But the appearing of super 8 in film/television that I remember very well is an episode of the Belgian series "FC De Kampioenen" (not well known outside Belgium I guess [Razz] ), in which there is a super 8 projector (a Fumeo 9910), used to give a local film show in town. The owner of the projector was bribed to "eliminate" the movie before the showing, he didn't have the chance to do that, so he tries (in the final part of the episode) to do everything during the show to stop the projection. He plugs out the electricity cable during the show, puts a can of oil in front of the lens and at the end (hoping that nobody would discover why the image dissapeared [Razz] he failed in that, anyway) and when nothing seems to help him to get rid of the film, he smashes down the projector with a big cowbar.

As it's not enough, he takes the film reel of the projector (which is now in pieces on the ground) en soaks the film in a barrel of lubrication oil. Very funny episode (if you understand dutch [Wink] )

The link to the episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xDdrnEmIOs

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Putting a can of oil in front of the lens:

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Smashing the projector (ough, and he says before doing this: "There's that stupid fly again!" [Razz]

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Welcome to a new Belgian member!

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