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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I'm sure you'll find soon some [Big Grin] ! Want me to lend you THE RESCUERS?

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Gian,Heidi animated or live action movie?
[Big Grin] i have the japanese animated series in german
language,but it's no problem i can understand it,
because they are our neightbours [Wink]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi Jeroen,
I was referring to Bastei-Verlag and Zuiyo Eizo's tv series (German and Japanese co-production: the same you are talking about. Do you have it in super 8?). I only have a 60 mt reel [Frown] ... Not so easy to find Italian prints of the original episodes, here: they are quite rare.

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Michael De Angelis
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Gian Luca,

Nice pict. from Mamas Little Pirate.
Notice Jerry Tucker Schatz standing behind Spanky?
He has one of those coins at home.
- Nice man, fun to be around.
I had gone fishing with a mutual friend and Jerry.

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Hi Gian,i have 5 series in 80meter great prints,you must
try it in German. [Wink]
I'am very happy with it [Wink]

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Osi Osgood
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For us, this very night ...

A reel of Betty Boop cartoons ...

Betty in Blunderland (1934)
(Betty cartoons with Baby with everything going backwards, can't remember the title)
and ...
Boop Oop a Doop, (an early lewd lascivious classic, in which the circus ringleader comes in, stroking her leg, and whispering in her ear, "How about a ...?" to which Betty answers, "You mean? and then slaps him, and then sings, "Don't take my Boop Oop a Doop Away". Guess what her "Boop Oop a Doop was?!) (1932)

"Rocketship"

(which was one of many titles for the first feature film, which was culled from the first Flash Gordon serial. Good Ole Ming!)

It appears that I am in a Black and White frame of mine, so I'll select another Black and white goodie for tommorow, along with some original black and white Looney Tunes, which were released on Super 8, but have rarely been seen in they're original B/W elsewhere, (as most were colorized and have rarely been seen in B/W).

Love to screen that letterbox print of Rescuers ... alas, if only we were close in proximity! [Smile] [Wink]

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Dino Everette
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Ahhhh Osi your talkin my language with those titles....Have you ever seen that crazy film called Hurray for Betty Boop from 1980?
I have a video of it but...

I finally got back from Vegas so i broke out a new acquisition. The film office french release of the full Ben Turpin 2 reeler Yukon Jake (entitled Le Sherif Cyclone)on 9.5mm and it was in BEAUTIFUL shape.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Michael,
did he??? Always interesting stories, yours. Thanks!

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Jeroen,
I did not forget you. About German prints of Heidi: good to know they're good copies. I knew a fist of episodes had been released. My German is so poor, unfortunately. Better to wait. Maybe I'll find some more in Italian in future [Wink] !

Ciao.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Ancient history time,tonight,starting with THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS (Edison,1902),DRUMMER OF THE EIGHTH

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Okay Gian,i hope so really,it's very sentimental for me
i was 6 at that time and i have good feelings from that time. [Smile]

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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(Oops sorry,I pushed the add button by mistake!!)

(Ince 1913) ,HOMER'S ODYSSEY (Itala 1911),UNCLE TOM'S CABIN (1914 feature). All std 8, ran at 18 fps.

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Osi Osgood
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Taking a night off, but after that, it's a Three Stooges Celebration ...

... and all of them having Curly.

Which reminds me, I was watching the Shemp short "Creeps" (sporting the ugliest babies on record ... baby Shemp, baby Moe and Baby Larry!) ...

About half-way through the short, shemp is talking to a haunted suit of armor and I did a double take! The voice coming from the armor is none other than Curly!

Though Curly only officially appeared in one short with Shemp, ("What's my Lion", I believe, in which the three stooges run by a sleeping passenger, who has a very familiar "snore". Sure enough, it's Curly. The Three Stooges do a double take and then move on), he continued to do voice work in the shorts, until his death in either 1952 or 54, I forget the actual date.

Actually, scenes with Curly were shot for a number of the Shemp shorts, but due to time restraints, they chose to scrap the footage and, in most cases, only still photographs remain of those segments.

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Chip Gelmini
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Wednesday June 24th @ 9:50pm

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS 1986

DVD PROJECTION

FEATURE, SUPPLEMENTS, 2 TRAILERS ON THE DISC.

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Chip Gelmini
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Saturday Evening June 27 @ 10:00pm

Super 8 Cinemascope

Complete Feature BRAINSTORM

Bought this 2nd hand from a well known dealer. Should be and is stereo sound, but is very poor quality. Dropouts throughout and inconsistent level changes between reels.

Tried running it tonight in 2 track mono via HD1200. It did sound fairly better, but still had the dropouts which is no surprise. This one needs a rerecording.

Does anyone else have this print? Is the focus soft in most scenes throughout the print? Did Kempski do some of these, or was it just Derann?

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Christopher Quinn
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Chip, does the print switch between flat for reality scenes and scope for the brainscan scenes?

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Osi Osgood
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It should if it's the original film, (Brainstorm). I remember that Lucille Fletcher did an outstanding death scene, (she has a heart attack in the scene). Very realistic.

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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It's Louise Fletcher.

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Chip Gelmini
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Yes, it does switch between flat and scope images.

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Kurt Gardner
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It's a little blurry (just taken with my phone camera), but I took my show on the road for a "dive-in movie" pool party: barbecue, "King-Size Canary" and "Toy Story." I just took a pair of amplified computer speakers and it was amazing how well they worked with the GS-800, even rendering nice stereo effects during "Toy Story." A lot of fun! Neighbors came out to see what was going on because the gorgeous picture and sound was something to behold.

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Woooooooow,this is nice to see,and a fine experience [Wink]

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Osi Osgood
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Your right, Louise it is! [Smile]

I was very impressed with the effects, and while the special effects were impressive, I enjoyed the story itself. I don't know how it is in the home, but I remember in the theaters, that the reality portion of the film had a very flat sound mix, in order to enhance the "Ultra Surround" feel of what you experience when wearing the "head gear"

Would you think of selling your print?

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Damien Taylor
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Oh, that picture reminds me of some great advice I read a while back. I think it was on the regular FT forums...

Old white backed vinyl movie banners make great outdoor screens. For those that don't work in the industry, I'm sure the local cinema could hold one for you, they usually just get thrown anyway.

But yeah, they are perfect, even have the eyelets ready for hanging.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Absolutely great, Kurt! I'd like to be invited, next time. I don't eat a lot... [Big Grin]

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Osi Osgood
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I do Curt ... bring on the PIZZA

A cartoon triple feature:

MIckey's Trailer
Two Gun Goofy
Clown of the Jungle (I've always been fond of that one! Jack Hannah (the director) took a very Tex Avery-ish approach to the humor)

(all great unfaded color prints, original Disney release)

Tonight, our feature presentation is "ALIEN" scope/stereo Derann.

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