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Thomas Stathes
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 148
From: NY, USA
Registered: Jul 2004

 - posted March 24, 2011 01:13 PM      Profile for Thomas Stathes   Author's Homepage   Email Thomas Stathes   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Any major flaws noted. No VS. Shipping extra. Email cartoonsonfilm@gmail.com

Thank you!

Regular 8mm silent unless noted

Willie Mouse-Baby Face Battler 200ft b/w cartoon no box $2
Peg Leg Pete- 200ft b/w cartoon no box $2
Teddy at the Throttle- two 200ft reels, 1917 keystone comedy, only fair condition $5
Yukon Jake with Ben Turpin, 200ft in nice box $5
Female of the Species- early silent film, 200ft plain box $5
Laurel and Hardy- Bohemian Girl, 200ft in nice box $5
Circus Today- Andy Clyde/Billy Bevan silent comedy, 200ft very nice box $10
Any Old Port- Laurel and Hardy 200ft nice box $5
Little Mary (Mary Pickford) America's Sweetheart, retrospective, 200ft plain box $5
Great McGonigle- 200ft W.C. Fields with sound, plain box $5
Balloonatic- Keaton, French titles, nice can $10
Big Moments from Little Pictures- nice Blackhawk doc, great box, 400ft $10
L&H Music Box, 400ft with intertitles, Blackhawk box $7
" " Brats " " " $7
London Landmarks, 400ft castle film in can $5
JFK: The Man and the President " " " " $5

50 foot film lot in nice boxes:
Young Oldfield (Charlie Chase), Kitty Kat in In Love Again / Awful Spook / Felix Revolts / The War / Lost His Tail, Popeye Barber Shop Blues, L&H The Getaway. $20 for the bunch

Felix in the Swim- rare 1923 cartoon, old Kodak print from the 30s, 50ft in nice Kodak metal can. $5

Buster Keaton: The Goat, only half the film in plastic case, $5

Dough and Dynamite (Chaplin) $10


American Pluck (1925) rare silent feature with George Walsh, three 400ft reels in plain boxes, old Kodak print $25

Wallace Beery: In the Navy, rare silent feature, very old kodak print in stamped white boxes, 5 200ft reels $35

Robinson Crusoe- 1927 film, 600ft reel $10

Don Q, Son of Zorro- silent feature, four 600ft reels, $30

Son of the Sheik- silent feature, three 400ft reels, 1 200ft reel $25

Lady Windmere's Fan- silent feature, 6 original 200ft boxes but print is mounted on one large reel $35

Super 8 films

Quo Vadis- 200ft condensation, b/w silent in nice box $5

Magilla Gorilla "Makin with Magilla" faded color cartoon, spanish audio, $5

Juarez trailer $2

Those Awful Hats- early 1909 film in nice blackhawk box $5

A Star is Born trailer $2

Raven and Dick Game- two 200ft faded color stag films, $5 each

Little Mary Ameircan Sweetheart0 400ft version, Blakchawk box $10

Too Late the Hero- 400ft faded color condensation $10

Birth of a Nation- pivotal 1915 feature, six 400ft reels $35

Silent serial episodes:
Through Air and Fire $10
Torture Trap ch. 1 $10
Iron Chair ch. 11 $10

***I also have a mint NEVER used Kodak Brownie standard 8 200ft capacity projector, still has tag attached to the machine and comes in original box. $30***

[ April 04, 2011, 11:33 AM: Message edited by: Thomas Stathes ]

Drop me a line at CartoonsOnFilm@gmail.com

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Athens,Greece
Registered: Jul 2008

 - posted March 25, 2011 05:25 AM      Profile for Panayotis A. Carayannis   Email Panayotis A. Carayannis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Are you sure ROBINSON CRUSOE is a 1913 production? There is a 1912 three reeler which would interest me very much but,please look again if yours isn't the more common three reel abridgment of the british 1927 M.A. Wetherell feature.
And another correction; the Wallace Beery feature is WE'RE IN THE NAVY NOW.

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Dino Everette
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From: Long Beach, CA USA
Registered: Dec 2008

 - posted March 25, 2011 05:48 PM      Profile for Dino Everette   Email Dino Everette   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I think the robinson crusoe is the 1927 UK version, as it may have come from me.... : )

"You're too Far Out Miss Lawrence"

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Thomas Stathes
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 148
From: NY, USA
Registered: Jul 2004

 - posted April 04, 2011 11:34 AM      Profile for Thomas Stathes   Author's Homepage   Email Thomas Stathes   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 

SPECIAL DEAL: Start your own collection and buy it all for a discounted $300 plus shipping!

Thanks Dino, updated the Crusoe listing.

Drop me a line at CartoonsOnFilm@gmail.com

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