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Michael De Angelis
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Hi David,

I was also curious if the High Noon print was
released either by Walton, Ken, Derann, etc.?

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Lars Pettersson
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Hello everyone,

I forgot to post the link when I wrote about the Eumigs, they come as both silent and sound versions. Pretty much all metal, great quality.

http://www.super8film.at/

Cheers
Lars

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Fabrizio Mosca
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Like every Easter Holidays, Jesus Christ Superstar, wonderful 16mm 'scope copy projected with Bauer P7TS and Elmo external loudspeaker.
Of course projection for me and myself only, otherwise I couldn't sing during the movie!

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Sunday 12th April 2009

Mel Brook's SPACEBALLS on super 8 (just arrived), stunning print.

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Michael Beyer
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I was a little bit late for the post [Smile]

"Birthday Show" on April 8th:
James Cameron's Titanic (Scope)

It's the best print I ever saw on Super 8 !!!
Really gigantic. Sharpness absolutely perfect.
My guests were impressed, what is possible in Super 8 [Big Grin]

And this weekend it was time for a Derann-Disney night:
Aristocats
The sword in the stone

BTW: In Germany High Noon was released through Atlas Film (if I remember correctly). The picture quality isn't very good. Grayscale is too low and contrast too high, so you can see f.e. sometimes no or less face outlines.

Greetz,
Michael

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David Pannell
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To Michael De Angelis, - the Super 8 "High Noon" which I have is a "Stanley Kramer Production" and has "Ivy Films" scratched into the emulsion of the leader, just beore the countdown.

I'm afraid I can't find any other information on the film, except that the sound is by "Cine Magnetics".

I hope that helps. Maybe someone else on the Forum can offer further info.

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Michael De Angelis
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Michael and Danny,

Thank you in sharing.

I once owned a 16mm print of High Noon
and it was a composite of two separate prints,
that were salvaged to complete one feature.

It was not a good decision to let it go
but at the time I was not pleased with the
jarring shifts that were cobbled together,
in order to enjoy the feature.

All of the original segments were
printed on 1953 Kodak film stock, that was
only one year after its' original theatrical release.
Most likely for a 16mm print, it appeared closest
to the cameral original as possible.

The DVD cannot compete to bring out
this attentiveness to detail.

All of the original scenes sparkled.
Close-ups of Coops face, revealed every
single pore on his face and each strand of hair on his head.

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Dino Everette
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Last night was:
Narrow gauge to Silverton (Blackhawk Reg 8mm)
Up for Auction (Pathescope 9.5mm)

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Last night,
- Geri's Game
- Finding Nemo trailer
- TMNT trailer

[ November 06, 2010, 09:56 AM: Message edited by: Jean-Marc Toussaint ]

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Mark Williams
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I have just got my 8mm prints spooled up and ready for my vintage film show this Sunday..

MURPHYS WAR TRAILER
DERANN RANK CINEMA ADVERTS NO 12

MAIN FEATURE

MIGHTY JOE YOUNG-1949-BRAND NEW PRINT!!

PLUS FULL SUPPORTING PROGRAMME!!

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David Erskine
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One of the Derann Ads (acquired from Dave Robinson - DCR Films) show ME!! It a commercial for Alka Seltzer (I think) showing me with a big plate of mince & mash. Great fun.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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After almost three weeks of no shows due to heavy work schedule and the Easter holidays,we had a good show tonight.Andy Clyde in WATER WAGONS,Popeye in HOLD THE WIRE and Tex Avery's I WANNA BE A SAILOR ,led to the main feature Henri Georges Clouzot's masterpiece DIABOLIQUE and finished with the Scotland Yard short THE DARK STAIRWAY.All on super 8.

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Gary Crawford
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Started my film series again at the local library...they have a huge screen....the theme is Hollywood studio murder mysteries. Our first offering was a very very good dupe of the Death Kiss...16mm run on a Pageant 250. But the short was the Three Stooges Three Missing Links...in which they are hired as "actors" in a movie. The super 8 was shown with a souped up Elmo St 800 with an outboard transformer powering a 250 ESC bulb....with the F1.1 lens. The stooges film looked just as bright...a little whiter....and sharper than the 16 feature. The sound was better as well. Of course, the super 8 is basically an original print from Columbia..and a very sharp one, too.
Next week, The Falcon in Hollywood..an original 16 print with Daffy and Porky in You Ought to be in Pictures.

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Last night first and last reels (because it's the only ones I have from the film) of T. Dalton as 007 in "License to Kill".

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Dino Everette
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last night some 9.5 shorts Walter the Sleuth and Lost & Won, and the very short Ruth Roland release from The Timber Queen retitled Towards the Abyss.... Also one Super 8 sound short called Prices Unlimited with Leon Errol.....

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Tonight, 27th april 2009

- GREYSTOKE The legend of Tarzan, Lord of Apes. Very good American print;

- READIN' AND WRITIN' (The Little Rascals).

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Osi Osgood
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Just love them opticals, eh Gian?

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Michael De Angelis
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Gian Luca Mario,

Learn that poem !

[Smile]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I do, Osi!
And well, Michael, the poem... Maybe. I just have to find the time, ah ah ah [Big Grin] !

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Last night it was another all television show. AN EYE FOR AN EYE,(Tarzan episode from 1966 with Ron Ely);THE LAST OF THE LARRABEE KID (Roy Rogers Show from 1954,referred as The Masked Bandit but no actual title on the film itself);THE OLD ACTORS' HOME Abbott and Costello Show 1952);THE LATE T.C.,1964, referred as Goodbye Top Cat ,no actual title on the film itself. Roy on std 8,all others in super.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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29th April, 2009
Horror night (according to the weather):

Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA on 8 mm.

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Kurt Gardner
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You have "Suspiria" on super 8mm? (Fuming with jealousy). [Mad]

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Osi Osgood
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It was time for my heavily scratched and still decent color feature of "Warlords of Atlantis"

Cornball all the way!

Then a series of shorts, (actually, these were first)

Mole and the Christmas Tree
The Brave Tin Solder (1934)
The Cuckoo that Wouldn't Cuckoo (wonderful animation in the "cut out" style).

and, at the very beginning ...

"To Have and Have Not" Trailer.

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Gian Luca, very cool choice! How's the print?
Did you know the Goblin were touring again? They will perform in Paris next month (I have my ticket).

Oh, and last night, just for fun, I plugged my Elmo into my Dolby processor (the one usually connected to my 35 machine). I screen my retracked super 8 print of "Hostage", the short film directed by John Woo for BMW. Boy, that was awesome! My ears are still ringing!

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi Kurt and Jean-Marc, yes, I do have a copy of SUSPIRIA on super 8.

Color is good, but the source (a 35 mm. copy) was not. So the final print is not the best. But it's a very rare film to find and I'm happy anyway.

DON'T FUME, Kurt!!!! [Razz]

Jean, I knew about Goblin. So good you are going to their concert. Last year I was looking for a good print of PROFONDO ROSSO on 35 mm. I had an idea. But here in Italy it's quite impossible.

I wish you the best with your copy. And I hope you will be in a position to fix it. I have my (terrible) copy: the worst Italian movie ever released on super 8. It would be great to have a Derann quality one.

Take care.
GL

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