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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
Registered: May 2014


 - posted January 01, 2017 07:58 PM      Profile for Tim Hartnell   Email Tim Hartnell   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Like the topic on the 8mm discussion page created by Chip Gelmini.Here is a list of my 16mm features that i own.I think it's great to know what is out there in other peoples collections.
I have 90 16mm features in my collection.

The Time Machine 1960
The Time Machine 1978 TV version
Krakatoa East Of Java
Poltergeist
Herbie Rides Again
10 Minute Warning
Alice In Wonderland Musical
The Insolent
X312 Flight To Hell
Triple Cross
Invaders From Mars
Popeye 1980
Code Of Silence
Perfect
Fantasy Island
Return To Fantasy Island
Survive
The Bermuda Triangle
Skyjacked
Scandalous
The Last Days Of Pompeii
Watership Down
Starsky And Hutch Murder At Sea
The Devil In Miss Jones (Erotic)
Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling
JabberWocky
California Split
Every Which Way But Loose
Any Which Way You Can
From Beyond The Grave
The Midnight Man
Hercules Unchained
The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
The House That Screamed
2010 The Year We Made Contact
The Fly 1958
Poltergeist II
HG Wells The Shape of Things to Come
Surfer Girls (Erotic)
The Philadelphia Experiment
A Tale Of Five Cities
Excalibur
A Study in Scarlet
Brubaker
Il Corpo (The Body 1974) German
Assault on Precinct 13
Supergirl
Superman
Superman II
Superman III
Superman IV
Carry On Emmanuel
Carry On England
Carry on Camping
Carry on Screaming
Titanic 1953
Wizard of Oz
The Terminator
Romancing the Stone
Enter the Dragon
A Fish Called Wanda
Hotshots
High Plains Drifter
Pale Rider
A Fistful Of Dollars
Jaws
Short Circuit 1
Short Circuit 2
Raiders Of The Lost Ark
E.T Extra Terrestrial
Saturn 3
The Outer Space Connection
U.F.O Syndrome
UFO's It Has Begun
Ancient Astronauts
The House That Dripped Blood
The Beast Must Die
The Exorcist
The Exorcist II Heretic
Carrie
From Beyond The Grave
Blood Beach
The Asphyx
Baby:Secret of the Lost Legend
When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth
Journey to the Centre of the Earth cartoon 1977
The People That Time Forgot
The Land That Time Forgot
Warlords of Atlantis
Valley of Gwangi

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Evan Samaras
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From: Queens, NY, USA
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 - posted January 01, 2017 09:27 PM      Profile for Evan Samaras   Author's Homepage   Email Evan Samaras   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Great collection Tim! I believe we spoke about your collection before but I must have missed The Beast Must Die. I once had a different horror feature (can't recall which one) that has leader from The Beast Must Die and as I recall the stock of that leader was IB Tech(even though from my understanding this should be too late to be Tech?!)Can I ask which film stock your feature is on?

I kind of regret selling my 4x400' Walton Super 8 release

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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
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Hi Evan the beast must die is sadly on faded eastman.I picked it up very cheap so grabbed it for my horror collection.

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Stuart Bowling
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From: San Francisco, CA, USA
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21 features & 45 various cartoon shorts from Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, Penelope Pitstop, Laff A Olympics, Flintstones & various Disney shorts.

Star Wars
Petes Dragon
Animal House
Ruthless People
Woman in Red
Young Frankenstein
Kellys Heroes
Porridge
Osterman Weekend
Ladyhawke
Piranha
The Sting
Bullitt
King Kong 1933
Laurel & Hardy Flying Deuces
Theres a Girl in my Soup
Omen
Omen III
Lethal Weapon III
Producers
Medusa Touch

Stuart

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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
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 - posted January 02, 2017 01:41 AM      Profile for Tim Hartnell   Email Tim Hartnell   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Great list there Stuart.I watched bullitt just a few months back for the first time and enjoyed it.I did own a LPP Pete's Dragon on 16mm love that childhood classic.

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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
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Great list there Stuart.I watched bullitt just a few months back for the first time and enjoyed it.I did own a LPP Pete's Dragon on 16mm love that childhood classic.

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Ross Gibbs
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From: Blue Mountains, Australia
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Man some fantastic prints listed already!
My Features:
2001
Clockwork Orange
Blade Runner
Young Frankenstein
High Anxiety
Blazing Saddles
Love and Death
Picnic At Hanging Rock
Star Wars
The Sting
French Connection
Ghost Busters
Kill Or Be Killed
Gamera
Movie Movie
The End
Witness
Cry Freedom
Pennies From Heaven
The Day The Earth Stood Still (original and best)
Cabaret
Rasputin The Mad Monk
Once Upon A Time In The West
Some lovely TV Stuff including the pilot of Lost in Space.

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David Guest
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From: Lancashire, UK
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 - posted January 02, 2017 03:29 AM      Profile for David Guest   Email David Guest   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
tim you have quite a few good titles I have over 1000 features and about 4000 shorts from cartoon laurel and hardys etc I have most of the carry ons as well as the bond films .in fact I have over 200 cartoons from Disney to warner bros and a lot of dupilicate titles

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Tim Hartnell
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From: Gorleston, Norfolk, UK
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Some nice rare sci-fi films there Ross blade runner,2001.David that is a huge collection great stuff.I Love the Carry on films my favourite being Carry on Abroad.Good old British saucy comedies.

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Janice Glesser
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From: Sunnyvale, CA USA
Registered: Sep 2011


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I don't have a huge collection, but select titles I enjoy watching over and over again.

Time After Time (1979)
The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (1966)
Baby Boom (1987)
The Goodbye Girl (1977)
FEDS (1988)
Curly Sue (1991)
Lassiter 1984)
The Devils Deciple (1959)
Cactus Flower (1969)
Multiplicity (1996)
Falling in Love (1984)
A Christmas Carol (1938)
Lilies of the Field (1963)
Continental Divide (1981)
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Lovesick (1983)
The African Queen (1951)
Captain Newman, MD. (1963)
One On One (1977)
March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934)
The Life of Abraham Lincoln
Hurry, Hurry!
The Graduate (1967)
Falling in Love (1984)
Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
Victor Victoria (1982)
Shoot the Moon (1981)
They call me Bruce (1982)
Dear Heart (1954)
Bringing Up Baby (1938)
Superman (TV Episode S01E10)
Once Upon a Crime (1992)
Some Like It Hot (1959)
The Rainmaker (1956)

[ October 10, 2018, 12:54 AM: Message edited by: Janice Glesser ]

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Tim Hartnell
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Always wanted to get Time after Time Janice as my favourite film of all time is the George pals 1960 The Time machine.I never get bored and like to watch it Time and Time again [Smile]

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Stuart Bowling
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Some awesome titles Tim and some I didn't know were around..

Wow Bladerunner, how long have you had that Ross?

Amazing titles to see and I love the old Carry on movies! Yes Petes Dragon was one of my all time faves as a kid!

David your like Rank Perivale the old film depot [Smile] where on earth do you house that many films? Love the classic Bond movies, I missed out on a couple that recently sold [Frown]

Stuart

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Jim Schrader
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From: Savage, MN, USA
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64 titles mostly tv shows:

FEATURES-
Call to Glory-CRAIG T. NELSON
Hook, Line, and Sinker-JERRY LEWIS
My Bodyguard-MATT DILLON, ADAM BALDWIN

MISC.-
Minnesota Twins "Pride of the Upper Midwest"
Night Before Christmas
Frosty the Snowman (Rankin-bass version)
Little Drummer Boy (Rankin-Bass version)
Magic of Walt Disney World
Color Commercials

TV SHOWS-
THE WALOTNS-
The Sinner
The Conflict
The Pony Cart

LITTLE HOUSE-
Survival

HAPPY DAYS-
Crusin'

BEWITCHED-
Santa Comes and Stays, and Stays

BRADY BUNCH-
Not so Ugly Duckling

LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-
Perfume Salesman
Teachers' Daughter

THE MONKEES-
The Monkees Paw
The Devil and Peter Tork

PARTRIDGE FAMILY-
Forgive us our Debts
I Left my Heart in Cincinnati
Fellini, Bergman, and Partridge
Dora, Dora, Dora

MY 3 SONS
My Three Grandsons
The State vs. Chip Douglas
The Birds and the Bees
Moving Day
Trail By Separation
Robbie's Underground Movie

GOMER PYLE-
Gomer makes Honor Guard
Cold Nose, Warm Heart
Friendly Freddie, The Gentlemen s Taylor
Friendly Freddie Strikes Again

HOGAN'S HEROES-
Booby Prize
Unfair Exchange
How to Escape from Prison
Everyone has a Brother-in Law
War takes a Holiday
Art for Hogan's Sake

GILLIGAN'S ISLAND-
Two on a Raft
Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk
Three to get Ready
X Marks the Spot
Mine Hero
Agonized Labor
V is for Vitamins
V is for Voodoo
Personal Magnetism

LITTLE RASCALS-
Big Ears
Fishy Tales
Waldo's Last Stand
Tiny Troubles

TOM & JERRY'S-
Sufferin' Cats
Zoot Cat
The Body Guard
Puttin' on the Dog
Smitten Kitten
Hiccup Pup
Downhearted Duckling 
That's my Mommy
Tom's Photo Finish
Tot Watchers
Shutter Bugged Cat

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David Guest
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my property sits in 5 acres and I have outbuildings all around the place I need plenty of room to house my fair organs and fun fair rides

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Paul Suchy
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From: Westchester, IL, USA
Registered: Jun 2003


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Everyone has such diverse and cool stuff!

My features:
Gypsy (1962)
Gambit (1966)
Prince of the City (1981)
Darling Lili (1970)
The Old Dark House (1932)
Jinxed (1982)
Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
The Trouble With Angels (1966)
Cactus Flower (1969)
They Shoot Horses Don't They (1969)
Cabaret (1972)
Heartland (1979)
Tokyo Olympiad (1965)
Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (1982)
The Boyfriend (1971)
Big Daddy (1999)
The Cracker Factory (1979)

plus trailers, TV shows (Star Trek, Mary Tyler Moore, Wild Wild West, Bullwinkle), the first 3 Charlie Brown Specials, Castle shorts (lots of monsters and Marx Bros.), Universal 8 digests (more monsters and Hitchcock), and a Simpsons short From the Tracy Ullman days.

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Ross Gibbs
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So much great stuff in the hands of people that love the medium!
@ Stuart I have had Blade Runner for a couple of years, scope and perfect colour. It is the gem in the crown. I put some shots up from July 2015 (I think)in the Films I have seen thread.

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Nikolay Kravchenko
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From: Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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I have over 300 features and over 200 shorts.It is not my main collection,I have over 1400 35mm features.

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Steven Sigel
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Registered: Jun 2003


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I've got about 2000 films (Features, shorts, TV, cartoons, etc) in my personal collection and another 5000 or so for sale.

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