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Douglas Meltzer
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 - posted September 09, 2017 10:09 AM      Profile for Douglas Meltzer   Email Douglas Meltzer   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
CineSea 16 is just about a month away, so it's time for attendees to nominate a prized print from their collection for our screening on Friday evening, October 13th at the Ocean Holiday Resort in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. Admission is free.

Please list your nomination and format in this thread by 9/29. We'll then have an online survey and attendees can pick which title they prefer by 10/6.

My offering is the Red Fox print of "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (Super 8mm/Color).

Last time we had a ball watching David Lucidi's 16mm print of Beetlejuice. I can't wait to see what the titles we get to choose from this time!

To find out more details about CineSea, please look here.

Doug

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David Baker
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 - posted September 09, 2017 10:30 AM      Profile for David Baker   Email David Baker   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Thanks Doug !
I will nominate my Technicolor 16mm print of DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE.

I think that's a good choice for... Friday , the 13th of October ??

Dave

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Todd N. Tuckey
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I have my Tech Scope Roustabout...elvis best movie as its got action./adventure and music...PLUS i want to sell it after we screen it!! Todd

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Joe Vannicola
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I nominate my 16mm print of Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman. [Cool]

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David C. Lucidi
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I have a LOT of catching up to do on posting on the forum (been out of the loop for a few months). But I will suggest 2 titles from my personal collection, for CineSea 16 (keeping with the 'theme' for Halloween):

-Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978 color version)

-Love at First Bite (1979, Dracula comedy starring George Hamilton).

If only one title is permitted per person, I default to Doug to eliminate whichever one he wouldn't want to see [Smile]

(Edited to clarify that the print suggestions above were ones I actually have, not just some random titles [Wink]

[ September 22, 2017, 04:00 PM: Message edited by: David C. Lucidi ]

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Douglas Meltzer
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Oops...I neglected to mention that each attendee can nominate up to two titles.

David B., Todd, Joe & David L., I'm looking forward to seeing you all again in 3 weeks!

For those still looking at their closet o' film and trying to decide.....we have till Friday night to put a film up for consideration.

Doug

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Joe Caruso
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I'm staying IN the closet so no one's looking forward to see me - So says Shadowy Shorty

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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BEETLEJUICE. If I say it two more times y'all with have to watch it again.

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Nicole Tucky
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We have some great picks!

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Crimson Ghost Girl

"Life is like a box chocolates - you never know what you're gonna get." - Forrest Gump

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Douglas Meltzer
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I'm going to extend the nomination date till (and including) Monday October 2nd. One person with a print isn't sure of attending and will know by then.

Doug

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Guy Taylor, Jr.
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You are doing fine work Doug. I wish I could be there.

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David Baker
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Okay , my 2nd nomination is for my Low - fade color print of George Pal's 1960 classic THE TIME MACHINE .

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Andrew Woodcock
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Great film and the Red Fox LPP Super 8mm 6x400ft full length version is an outstandingly beautiful print when viewed up on the big screen.

That'd be where my vote would go if I were an attendee.

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Joe Caruso
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Good choice, David - Shorty

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Joe Vannicola
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If you'd prefer a color sci-fi film, I have a 16mm print of Virus from 1980. Just thought I'd throw that one in. lol

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Louis Franchetti
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Sorry I am late to the game, but I haven't been on here that much lately. Idlike to nominate my 16mm prints of Forbidden Planet (LPP Color, Flat) and Fright Night (LPP Color, Uncut)

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Douglas Meltzer
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Thank you for your submissions! The survey email has been sent. If you haven't received yours, please email me.

Doug

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Douglas Meltzer
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Since I extended the nomination period, the voting deadline is also extended till Sunday, October 8th.

Just to put them all in one place, here are the choices that attendees have on their ballots:

The Adventures of Robin Hood-1938 (Super 8mm, Color) 102 minutes
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave - 1968 (16mm, Color ) 92 minutes
Roustabout - 1964 (16mm IB Tech, Scope) 101 minutes
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man - 1943 (16mm, B&W) 74 minutes
Invasion of the Body Snatchers - 1978 (16mm, Color) 115 minutes
Love at First Bite - 1979 (16mm, Color) 96 Minutes
The Time Machine - 1960 (16mm, LPP Color) 103 minutes
Virus (Day of Resurrection) - 1980 (16mm, Color) 103 minutes
Forbidden Planet - 1956 (16mm, LPP Color, Flat) 98 minutes
Fright Night - 1985 (16mm, LPP Color) 106 minutes

Any one of them is fine with me!

Doug

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Joe Caruso
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I voted - I can prove it..maybe...Shorty

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Melvin England
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Hi Doug!

Can we on this side of the pond be awarded an "honorary vote" pleeeeze ?? (Ha!Ha!) In other words..... a vote that doesn't count?
If so, my vote goes to Roustabout !!!! ( Actually, it would be quite interesting to see what other members of the forum who can't attend would vote for)

On a slightly more serious note..... hope you all have a BALL in Wildwood next weekend, and maybe one day...... one day.....!!

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Rob Young.
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Oh Wow!

All of them...can't you do an all night marathon!?

Have a really great evening!

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Steve Klare
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We have kind of an in-house policy of not campaigning for our favorites, but after we voted we found out we were unanimous!

-In a family with a teenager that almost never happens!

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Joe Caruso
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bazinga - shorty

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Douglas Meltzer
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The Friday Night Feature for CineSea 16 will be....

Lou Franchetti's 16mm print of Fright Night!

Thanks to everyone who submitted their films for consideration and thanks to all who voted.

I look forward to watching it with this amazing group of film fans in Wildwood!

Doug

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David Baker
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GREAT !! [Razz] Looking forward to the whole week-end !! [Big Grin]

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