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Janice Glesser
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Yes...Welcome Nick [Smile]

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Nick Vermeirsch
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Thank you [Wink] Nice to be on this forum, already learned a lot!

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Bryan Chernick
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Scene from Taxi Driver.

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It looks like a 16mm projector.

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Vidar Olavesen
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The Day of the Jackal had a small seqence with a projector in it

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Anyone know what projector it is?

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Graham Ritchie
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Vidar...not sure, but could it be a Bell and Howell.

This Italian film "Shoeshine" received the first Foreign Academy Award in 1948...its very good. Not sure what the 35mm projector shown is, as the boys are watching a film show while they are serving time in prison.
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In an "Allo Allo' episode Flick and Helga are watching a 16mm silent on a SPECTO projector!

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Janice Glesser
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In John Laguizamo's new one man show "Ghetto Klown" on HBO... he used a 16mm projector on stage so you get the feeling of watching images from his past. This is a very funny and at times poignant show. The projector looks like an Elmo 16-CL.

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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In the Australian series "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries" episode nine of season two, called "Framed For Murder", is set in the film business. In the end of the episode (set in 1928/29) they are showing the first "talkie" from "down under" on a decidedly modern portable 35MM projector.

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Then there is a episode of the series "Heartbeat", season 11 episode 14, "From Ancient Grudge", where they use a projector to show films in a town hall.

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The film they are going to show is "Doctor Zhivago", hence the mentioning of Omar Sharif in the subtitles.

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Janice Glesser
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Fantastic examples Lars... and great screen shots!

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One from Hammer Films The Quatermass (E)Xperiment or The Creeping Unknown.

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Janice Glesser
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My son actually called me that he saw a projector while watching Mad Men on NetFlix [Smile] You can just see part of the old 16mm projector and a few films in mailing boxes in the book case.

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Janice Glesser
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I've now got my son on projector watch. He found another one on Mad Men last night [Smile]

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Vidar Olavesen
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No pictures, but we had a Laser Disc evening today and saw Popcorn with Dee Wallace Stone (1990 or 1991) ... About a cinema having a horror sci-fi festival. They find an old film of 35mm and this sets off some curse. Loads of reels and projectors

A cheap B movie, but still great fun

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OK,

Just to change it up, how about one from a film that is available on Super-8? (It's where I first saw it.)

This is from Auto Cine(1967), a Pathe Pic which shows Rome's (then) brand new Drive-In Cinema.

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Janice Glesser
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Now that's a projector, Steve [Smile]

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Yep!

-They start looking big to me as soon as they don't have a handle on top of 'em!

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Back to The Ipcress File, later in the film Harry is being brainwashed (Supposedly by Russians) to kill his boss we (and he) see the projectors that were used to show the brainwashing images. They were the same model B&H machines as in the briefing. I wonder if that's what gave the game away to him that it was his own side that had him.

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Janice Glesser
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Saw this projector in an episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. From it's back it looks like a Bolex 18-5 to me...which is a silent machine. However by the miracle of TV ...there is sound. [Roll Eyes] [Eek!] [Confused]

Any other guesses on what this projector is?

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Watched "People Like Us" on dvd in my cinema last night (hired from Lovefilm) long scene at the end where a home movie is shown using a Bell and Howell silent machine is used. Looks like a model 606 to me. Don't know if this has been mentioned before as I haven't trawled through the previous 17 pages of this topic. Ken Finch. [Smile]

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Can it really be over 2 years? Wow, so way back on page 12 I posted an index. It's time for an update!

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Janice Glesser
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Time sure does fly Bill [Smile] You did a great job at indexing all these posts. It's fun to look back through them too, but the index is really helpful to avoid repeating. Looking forward to your updated list [Cool]

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A Technicolor 1000 side-loading cartridge (Super 8?) projector in Super Bitch/Blue Movie Blackmail an Italian film (Pi Pou' Eassere Piu' Bastardi Dell' Ispettore Cliff?).

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Quite a lot of filming and projecting on 16mm in the film "The Quiet Ones"(2014) from the legendary film production company Hammer Films.

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Not sure of the movie title I remember watching it this summer chong was having problems with his super 8 camera and was pulling all the film out of it.
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Wish I knew what movie that was from Jim. I can just picture Tommy Chong fumbling with that film in the camera...very funny [Smile]

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