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Fabrizio Mosca
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I don't know if it has already been mentioned (I didn't found it with a quick look on the posts), but in Ironman 2 Tony Stark is watching a film of his father presenting the Stark Expo with a Kodak Pageant 16mm projector

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Janice Glesser
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I know this is a family-friendly site...so this projector-spotting addition will be handled discretely [Smile] Starting around season 1 episode 8 of the Showtime series Masters of Sex, film becomes an intergral part of the plot. If you have ever watched any of this series you'll understand why these are carefully chosen screen caps ... and if you haven't seen it...well...Doesn't everybody watch films in their bathrobes? [Wink]

BTW....cute little circa 1950's 8mm projector [Cool]

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Martin Jones
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Janice,
What HAS films to do with saxophones? I don't get it.

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Janice Glesser
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Saxophones Martin? [Confused] ....now you have me confused.

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Martin Jones
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I didn't see the series, but I presumed "Masters of Sax" was about saxophone prodigies.

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Janice Glesser
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LOL...Your browser must be censoring the text Martin [Smile] . Replace the "a" in "sax" with an "e" [Smile] ...and see if that makes it a little clearer. Of course if you haven't seen the series...it still might not make any since [Roll Eyes]

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Lars-Goran Ahlm
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I'm currently looking through all episodes of The Persuaders for the umpteenth time, and in the episode Angie...Angie the story unfolds during the Cannes Film Festival. One of the action pieces of this episode acctually takes place in a projection booth.

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Janice Glesser
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Great screen shots Lars.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Wow, that looks more like scans than screenshots. Awesome colors (do you have any faded ones at all?) ;-) Always great colors on your prints it seems. Thanks for sharing

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Pasquale DAlessio
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I can't believe it. Roger Moore's hair got messed up!

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Dominique De Bast
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The French national channel France 2 broadcasted tonight a live play (with the French actor Gérard Jugnot). There was a cine projector displayed on a wall. It was not very visible but was there.

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Jonathan Trevithick
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A 16mm Bell and Howell turns up several times in the History of Ballooning episode of 'Monty Python'.

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Dominique De Bast
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Another episode of Colombo has a 16 mm projector : the one with Robert Conrad.

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Nick Vermeirsch
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Let's not forget the many appearances of projectors in The Simpsons! [Wink] I don't recognize all the brands [Razz]

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Some projectors seen on current shows "the middle" shows the daughter showing charlie brown cartoon outside for halloween cannot make out the unit but could be a Bell & Howell, the second is 3's company when chrissy takes up film making, the unit is a Elmo, the 3rd is the goldbergs, the unit is in the dark cannot tell what make it is.
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Andrew Woodcock
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Watched Sinister (2012 Movie) only the other evening and that was a fascinating watch given that it was all based around an attic find of 8mm Movie film and equipment that as the the title suggests, all had a very sinister background.. very spooky supernatural horror film and quite a good watch indeed!

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Steven J Kirk
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Yes, SINISTER is a pretty good horror movie with Ethan Hawke, who has made some interesting films. The film and projector is clearly Std 8, or Regular 8 but when the character looks up how to repair the film he looks up Super 8 film. Perhaps this is to show the character isn't familiar with film, anyway, he manages to splice the films okay...

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Janice Glesser
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Andrew and Steven I had posted these screen shots from Sinister last year (page 16). I liked the suspense in this movie, but was disappointed in the ending. However the use of film and the old projector kept the movie interesting.

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Steven J Kirk
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Thanks, that's interesting. It has just been on British TV so this is why it has been topical again. Good film. I liked how Ethan Hawke burned the projector and film but they just reappeared in perfect order. They made stuff to last in those days!

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Andrew Woodcock
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Sorry Janice, I didn't remember seeing this previously posted.

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We watched Disney's The Barefoot Execative there was a couple of ptojectors featured. Sorry no images streamed it. We also enjoyed it.

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Mickey Rooney stars in Hey Mulligan in this episode he shows home movies which gets his boss (sitting on the couch)in trouble with his wife when she sees him with another woman.
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Patrick Walsh
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I am unsure of what the movie is called, and this footage is dubbed but we can see a Cinemec LX1600 35mm portable in use.
https://youtu.be/i2xLbcEKt9M

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Dominique De Bast
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the title of the film is Malavita (it's written on YouTube ;-)

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Janice Glesser
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The movie is actually called The Family (2013).

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2404311/

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