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Osi Osgood
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 - posted November 23, 2009 05:12 PM      Profile for Osi Osgood   Author's Homepage   Email Osi Osgood   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I love those screenshots. You are rapidly building a first class collection!

Lady and the Tramp was the last of the "classic style" Disney films. I speak of the overall style. The next feature was "Sleeping Beauty", which was highly stylized, (due to the influence of UPA animation), and then of course, 101 Dalmations, also stylized and brought about the beginning of the "Xerox" phase of Disney animation, (lasting through "The Rescuers").

A lovely film. The backgrounds were so lush, and seeing them in they're original scope, must be a reel treat.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Thanks a lot, Osi. And very good and correct info about Disney's Classics.
The old times... I agree this movie MUST be seen in scope. I remember the Italian edition I had in 8mm ( [Roll Eyes] ). And the VHS version too. Nothing comparable to this marvellous print.

A pleasure to screen. A bigger pleasure to share. Good night.

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Superb screenshots, Gian, and a great print indeed.

Now that you have all Disney features available in super 8, what will be your next Grail quest?

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Posted twice as a mistake.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi Jean-Marc. How are you?
I hope all is fine in Paris.

Very interesting question indeed. Next Grail Quest, uhm?
Well, Disney trailers have the priority, even if I don't miss so much.

After finishing with them I will probably take a little rest!
Je te souhaite une très bonne nuit.

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Patrick Walsh
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Last night's shows were all in 16mm and disaster themed!
THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE in scope!
AIRPORT 77 in scope!
SOS TITANIC
RAISE THE TITANIC

Patrick [Big Grin]

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Chip Gelmini
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 2009 @ 8:45PM

XANADU

DVD PROJECTION

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Michael Beyer
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Hi Gian,
really great screenshots from a really great print. [Big Grin]
Who made this one ?
Derann ? German Lab ?
Mine is from the second one...

There should be more Scope-Disney-Prints... [Frown] [Frown] [Frown]

Regards,
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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hi Michael, how are you?
LADY AND THE TRAMP is a Derann issue.
The other SCOPE prints they issued are SLEEPING BEAUTY and A BUG'S LIFE.
Hope this help.

Take care and thanks a lot.

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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Thanks Gian,it's a great print you see,thanks for your pics they are great thanks thanks thanks many thanks!
[Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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It is indeed. It was a long waiting. But I'm actually very happy with it. And you probably know David mailed me yesterday. He will sell me his copy of THE SWORD, thanks to you.
GRAZIE JEROEN. Take care and have a great day. [Wink] [Wink] [Wink]

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Jeroen van Ooijen
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No i don't know that David sends you an email,but great to hear you're complete now.
But no thanks,remember Pocahontas ok? [Razz]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I definitely will, my friend. Count on me!

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Michael Beyer
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I'm fine, Gian. Thanks ;-)
And how are you ?
You are now complete at Disney's ?
Do you have "Ice Age", too ?

I know the scope-titles, but there should be more. F.e. Lion King or Jungle Book in scope. That would be really great [Smile]

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Hello Michael. All is more or less fine too, here.
I know about ALADDIN and 101 DALMATIANS editions in SCOPE too, but I've never seen one and have no idea about who issued it. So I cannot say.

ICE AGE is on my way...

And yes, I actually have all Disney's released on 8mm, now. Some never officially released titles (Italian editions) are not as good as Deranns, of course. But I'm so happy to have in my collection such a titles as ROBIN HOOD, PETE'S DRAGON, FANTASIA, SONG OF THE SOUTH, BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS etc.

I have a dream: THE BLACK CAULDRON.
Very 'anti-Disney' feature. And I probably love it for this reason. But, unfortunately, it DOES NOT EXIST on 8mm.
Take care my friend. Ciao.

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Patrick Walsh
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Tonights film was the 200ft digest of TITANIC
Here are some images I took.
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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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I love screen captures! Nice!

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Wednesday night, all super 8:
- An evening with Lady & the Tramp (Disney 200ft)
- The Blues Brothers (U8 2x400ft)
- D.A.R.Y.L. (optical sound feature)

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Michael Beyer
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Hi Patrick,
it's always fine to see some screen captures.

Yesterday I screened Indiana Jones and the last crusade. Don't know, who it released, because it has the german title sequence. The colours and the sharpness is absolutely good.

And here are the captures:
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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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[Eek!] Wow Michael.
Stunning print! My compliments once more!

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Dino Everette
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Gian and Michael I am curious what size screen do you use for your scope presentations? I have an elmo scope lens for my 16mm but nothing for super 8 yet mainly because I feel my setup might be too limited for scope screenings...Tonight I ran a 16mm feature Ghidrah the Three Headed Monster (1964...the year of my birth) and then I retired into the bedroom and screened a little Super8 short I picked up off ebay on a hunch, entitled Melodrama on the Rails I didn't have it listed in any of the Blackhawk catalogs I have but thought I remembered it being a collection of shorts which it was...an Edison from 1904 entitled Railroad Smashup which was exactly that, then a short Biograph called A Railway Tragedy also from 1904 which was surprisingly violent, finally most of the reel was a Vitagraph short from 1911 called A Mother's Devotion (aka The Firing of the Patchwork Quilt)...man I love those old Vitagraph titles..

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Michael Beyer
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Thanks again, Gian, my friend.
It is really a great print and a great fun to see such a good picture.

Dino,
great captures. My compliment.
The screen I use for scope at home has a with of 2,34 m.
Sometime I screen for some fellows at work. There is a screen-width of roundabout 1,60 m.
But why do you think, your setup is too limited ?

Regatds,
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Osi Osgood
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Wow Patrick!

I was struck by how sharp that little Titanic digest was, especially that close-up!

Great color on that scope print of "Last Crusade", Micheal.

and those shots from that classically bad japanese monster film?
Well, I have to admit, they have a charm all they're own. Great screenshots!

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Michael Beyer
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Thanks, Osi.
I'm proud to have such a good print in my collection, but Titanic has a much better sharpness. Will screen it tonight for two friends of mine.

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Michael, you lucky you have so much time for your screenings!
I have less time than movies!
I have so many titles I haven't screened yet. But, of course, I hope to do it soon.
Enjoy your sinking, ops, screening night!
[Razz]

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