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Michel Boulet
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2 days ago, Mighty Joe Young Super 8 feature and Promises....Promises with Jane Mansfield full feature again in Super 8,

AH...Jane.'..

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Dominique De Bast
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Yesterday in double 8 The Channel Swimmers.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Nosferatu, 16mm

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Now goint to see Greystoke on 35mm ... Outdoor cinema :-)

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Tom Photiou
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Tonight we put on the 3x400ft of The Towering Inferno,
my little camera is with my Daughter this week so i cant put any screenshots on tonight but have to say how pleased we are that there is no fade at all and the quality throughout really is excellent, this is one of the better cut downs in this era of super 8, it flows very well and is packed with action from start to finish, its also a spot the star with so many big Hollywood names. We have joined this one up onto a full 800ft spool giving a rollorcoaster of action for around 45 minuites.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Today we went to the cinema ... Saw Close Encounters of the Third Kind on 70mm ... Was very nice indeed :-)

Also Vilmos Zsigmond was there ... Was a really good evening

No pictures of this though

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Michael De Angelis
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Christian,

That's a beautiful copy of The Music Box.

More than likely It's blue because it's printed on color film stock.

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Jonathan Trevithick
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It was a fairly warm evening, so I put on an outdoor show with a 16mm print of "Nuns on the Run".
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Dominique De Bast
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In super 8 a 15 m (50 feet) silent rell with footage of Henry Ford and a 180 m (600 feet)sound film The Story Of The Silent Serials which contains interesting footage for those who, like me, like silent films.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Last Night I watched Ray Harryhausen classic in super 8mm color sound 600 digest 7th Voyage of SINBAD This is the best example of fantasy in the world by the master.  -
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Osi Osgood
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Good film Laksmi, (and thank you for the screenshots, and the same to all of you), but give me Ray's "Skeletons" anyday. I still watch those skeletons fighting and it still looks very good.

That stop motion animation special effect will never really be again, (drat that CGI) but I'm glad I grew up in an age where it really wowed me!

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Vidar Olavesen
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A couple of titles I borrowed today ... both 16mm
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Chris Fries
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Last night I watched several films. First up was the 400' "The African Queen". Then the re-edited 2x400 "Star Wars" and the 2x400 "The Empire Strikes Back". The last one was the 600' "Raise the Titanic".

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Vidar Olavesen
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Nice ... How do you edit the Star Wars'es? Do you remove some scenes from 2 and cut into 1? As they are not chronological ... Doesn't get too splicey?

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Chris Fries
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Vidar,

The "Star Wars" digests were already edited together chronologically when I bought them. Whoever made the splices did a nice job. They have all the footage from the 400' F-48 and F-64 but not the 200' F-48.

They are in the plastic cases.

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Dominique De Bast
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In super 8 All Stars Bond Rally, Insurance and The Painted Lady.

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Last Night I showed a real classic 20 MILLION MILES TO EARTH A Harryhausen classic in super 8 in 400 reel digest .  -

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Laksmi Breathwaite
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Last Night I showed a real classic Steve Reeves in LAST DAYS OF POMPEII this was 16mm feature in color. This is great beautiful women and plenty of Reeves doing the strong man thing. It is the next best thing to his HERCULES film full of killing lions, Croc's , and men.  -
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Steve Klare
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Just a couple of silent railroad films, like the kind that started me collecting films when I was a teenager.

I have a home built audio interface between my projectors and my stereo: anti-ground loop, anti-power supply hum. I have a nice stereo amp and two good speakers under my screen.

All of this is wonderful except all too often it makes me forget there is a lot of great film out there without any sound at all.

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Tom Photiou
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Tonight i watched the 70s British comedy farce that is Confessions of a driving instructor. And for those interested may i refer you to my review in the Film reviews sections,but here are a couple of pics if you dont, [Wink]
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Dominique De Bast
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In super 8 Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers (Betty Boop) and Lights Out And The Star Appears (the history of 9,5).

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Terry Lagler
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From cartoons to horror and a tribute to a favorite Canadian!

DR. Devil and Mr. Hare / 1X200 Techno Film
Hammer Dracula (reissue trailer) / 50ft
Kingdom Of The Spiders / 1X400 Derann

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Osi Osgood
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Boy! I LOVE the framing of that shot from the Dracula trailer (the framing of Dracula in the background at the top of the staircase!)

I'm glad you've enjoyed that "Pompeii" Laksmi! My unfortunate attempt to get into 16MM went bust, (still no projector), so selling you that film was a good idea and it went to a loving home!

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It was a Disney night at the movies starting with a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth.

First up was "A Day at Disneyland", "An Evening at the Magic Kingdom" and then "Main Street Electrical Parade".

I also watched both 200's of "Cinderella", "Peter Pan" and "The Rescuers"

Besides "Dumbo the Flying Elephant", they are the only Disney animated films I still own.

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Tom Photiou
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tonight we pulled out the Derann release of Gremlins, supplied on 2 x 600ft spools with stereo sound and excellent print throughout we have mounted ours onto 1 1200ft spool. This is probably one of the best edited films ive seen on 8mm.
The editor did a good job keeping the end titles with the catchy soundtrack which once ended finishes with the laughter of the Gremlins, You almost feel as though you have just watched the feature film,

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Vidar Olavesen
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Gremlins ... Big favorite of mine ... Excellent looking print. Never released as full feature on Super 8?

I saw Ben Hur on 16mm today. No pictures. It was quite red and in Pan & Scan (not too good looking). Enjoyed the film though, not seen the feature since I was 11 or 12 on a school trip to the cinema

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