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Bill Brandenstein
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Just found this watching a Burt Lancaster movie Trapeze (1956). Burt Lancaster is reviewing some movie footage with Tony Curtis of his accident attempting a triple somersault on the trapeze. This movie really shows how skilled Lancaster was as a gymnast.

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I've watched my 16mm print of One On One (1977) a dozen times and just last night noticed this shot which was only on for a split second. My print wasn't good enough to get a decent screen capture...so I got this one off my digital copy. I know this is a Kodak Analyst 16mm projector because I have one [Smile]

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Martin Scorsese's 1973 Mean Streets. The opening credits are superimposed on home movies being projected and screened by?
...I think this was Scorsese's homage to the love of the art of film and filmmaking.

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"Scorcese", you say?

Something I found out when I became a Dad is it changes your on-screen life considerably. Starting in 2003, by wife and I started seeing kid-flicks and did for years. We saw every iteration of Winnie the Pooh that came on screen. We saw nothing racier than a couple of Pixars. PG rated became like an "X"! ("They're holding hands...That's so HOT!")

It happened one time when he was about 9. This was something called "Hugo". I had no idea what it was about: probably the usual heroic neighborhood kids saving the world from idiotic adults, so I went (It's the Dad's Job!).

I got about 20 minutes into it and realized I was in the presence of one of my favorite film genres: "films about film".

-years of Winnie the Pooh had finally paid off!

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Later we bought the Blu-Ray, it made a nice double-feature with Blackhawk's "Le Voyage dans la Lune".

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Watched "A Monster Calls" 2016 last year. Starring Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones and a very talented young actor Lewis MacDougall. I would not recommend it for young children, due to the subject matter of his mother slowly dying of cancer....it could be a bit much...anyway its a well made and thought provoking film, here are a couple of screen shots from last year.
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Janice Glesser
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Jim Carrey fires up an old 16mm Ampro projector in the opening scenes of Man on the Moon (1999).

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Did anyone mention the 1973 horror - thriller MADHOUSE with Vincent Price & Peter Cushing ?
I recall 2 scenes - 1st one where Cushing is showing clips of Price's old AIP films on a 35MM projector at his home .
2nd one is at the end when Cushing turns on the 35mm projector in his home to see a scene that Price had filmed as he burns down the set in the TV studio - then Price appears in front of the screen to kill Cushing .
Fun stuff !
But I wish I had some screen shots of it for you all ! [Frown] [Frown] [Frown]

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This is more of a film viewer than a projector.
Spotted it in the 2009 movie The Box starring Cameron Diaz, James Marsden, and Frank Langella.

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Mathew James
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Saw an episode of pawn stars the other day, the whole episode dedicated to watching an 8mm film of FDR.
Here's some info:
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/14/pawn-stars-footage-of-fdr-video_n_1275683.ht ml

Here is the episode to watch: FDR 8mm Pawnstars Episode
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I checked, it seems that miss one of the most "important" films for us small format filmakers.
The Polish "Amator", of 1979, of Krzysztof Kieslowski.
It's history (I no spoiler, it's also available with subtitled, see it!) of an ordinary man who is absorbed into the power of cinema... in good and bad.
In the movie there are many items of small format in iron curtain: a soviet Quarz 2 Double 8 and a 16mm Krasnogorsk 3, a Czechoslovakian editor viewer Meopta Meonet compact N, many big "table" editor viewer, small format reels and films, in the laboratory where the protagonists work there is also a projector, but I should review to understand what model it is.

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Thanks for the link to Pawn Stars and the F.D.R. standard film Mathew James [Smile]
That would've been amazing if it proved that someone with a standard 8mm camera went back in time to film from 1882 [Smile]

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You're welcome Clinton! Glad you enjoy it.

Found another hidden projector in Ray Harryhausen's Mother Goose starting in at the :38 seconds mark. You can watch it here folks.These little animated shorts are awesome!:
8mm projector in mother goose

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Spotted an 8mm projector on the sitcom ALF this morning not sure what make this unit is Kodak?
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Looks like a Sankyo 2000 with original take up reel also! [Smile]

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Wish I could find a film print of this one [Cool] [Smile]

https://youtu.be/JpxE0MGJRSM

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Yes Graham that was a great commercial. I posted some some screen caps on page 19.

http://8mmforum.film-tech.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=8;t=001619;p=19#000472

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Yes Graham... I loved that commercial. I posted a few screen caps on page 19. A ride in that blimp would be the coolest [Smile]

http://8mmforum.film-tech.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=8;t=00 1619;p=19#000472

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Elvis the Movie has a 16mm projector in it ,I remember it somewhere in it where Elvis is watching James Dean??? Mark

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I re-watched the original Swedish version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) on a bus ride back from SoCal last week. Spotted this scene with a projector in it.

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In Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This a TV movie about his life, he was seen watching a Laurel & Hardy short from Standard 8. I could not identify the projector as all shots of it were with the light from it hitting the camera lens.

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Awesome!
I am impressed

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The Film Bulletproof Monk (2003) has projectors, screening room, and assorted cine gear as one of the main characters has a job as a projectionist.

Danish adult film of the late 60's and early 70's occasionally features projectors as a 'plot device'.

The adult feature 'The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann' features projectors several times, including a projector in the bedroom (who hasn't one of those), and also a bonkers portable flashlight mounted on a hard hat which is supposed to be a cine camera.

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Also

1. The Beatles Film Help has a projector in the first few minutes (Titles /Intro)

2. Midnight Cowboy - Projectors in the Hip Couple party scene

3. The Film 'The Dambusters' has a projector sequence where Barnes Wallis shows off the bouncing bomb.

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On Talking Pictures TV (CH81 - Freeview) this Thursday, 25th, at 6pm is George Cukor's 'It Should Happen To You' 1954 - starring:
Judy Holliday; Peter Lawford; and Jack Lemmon (according to my father in his first major role??)

Lemmon plays a would-be documentary film-maker who meets Judy Holliday (surely one of the best comedic actresses of all-time and who died quite young of breast cancer age 44 in 1965) in Central Park, New York.

Nearing the end of the film Judy enters Lemmon's room (not realising that he has moved-out) and comes across a 16mm projector all set-up and threaded with the film footage that he had (discreetly) shot of her - which she then proceeds to watch.

I'm sure one of you fine people will be able to identify the projector in use in the scene - as I said, the film was made in 1954.

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