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Gerald Santana
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Here are more films available, check back for more updates as I look through prints daily.

South of Pago Pago (1940) Beautiful 3M original print has splices on heads of first reel. Minor wear, very good sound and little perforation repair. Overall it's still in very good condition for it's age. A rare Frances Farmer film with great art direction. $159

Frankie and Johnny (1966) Very good color, sharp focus, studio leaders and box. A very rare item, you will not find another one of these -- if you do, probably not in this condition. A mint original. $499 SOLD

The Kids Are Alright (1979) The Who feature on LPP with minimal wear, excellent sound, near mint. Enough said. $799 SOLD

Pocket Money (1972) Paul Newman and Lee Marvin vehicle written by Terrance Malick, cinematography by Lazlo Kovaks . This is an IB Tech print with sharp image and beautiful color, some minor to moderate wear, some splices, and excellent soundtrack. This is also a magnetic striped print with French language, English on the optical track. I doubt there is another one of these around that will pop up for sale. $499 SOLD

Search (1972–1973) Original 2 hour TV pilot of Search/Probe by Leslie Stevens on beautiful low fade Eastman that looks like Kodachrome. Minimal wear, no commercials, excellent sound. A very rare gem! $189 SOLD

Lady Luck (1946) Kodak Positive original print, that is very rare in this condition. A few perforation repais but nothing major. This is a very good condition with a very sharp image. A great film with Robert Young, Frank Morgan and others. $159

Live a Little, Love a Little (1968) Original TV print looks to be in near mint condition. Minimal wear, good contrast, very good sound. A hard to find Elvis movie comes in its original shipper box. $224 SOLD

Sky King: "Operation Urgent" (TV Episode 1952) Excellent condition original print with no commercials and some splices, smooth running with minor to minimal wear, this is an excellent condition film. This print has excellent contrast, nice density, good sound and music. This is the pilot episode to a very good and long forgotten series. Complete with original can. $89

A Lawman Is Born (1937) A very rare Republic B-Western original print has excellent contrast, minor to moderate wear, and very good sound. Johnny Mac Brown stars in this hard to find title. $99 SOLD

My Favorite Brunette (1947) Bob Hope detective comedy is nice density, a Kodak original with some splices and a few missing frames but, nothing major. This print ran very well with minor wear and an excellent soundtrack. $179 SOLD

The Heroes of Telemark (1965) Fair to Good color composite. The first two and fourth reels are Eastman the 3rd reel is Fuji. Great action and drama has few splices and minor wear with an excellent soundtrack. $75 SOLD

Silver Skates (1943) Very rare Monogram original print has excellent contrast, minor to moderate wear, some splices and very good sound. A very unusual film, comes in nice shipper. $159

The Big Beat (1958) This composite print took me forever to compile but, it is complete and it runs very well. The black and white portions have good contrast, the color parts has faded monochrome color. There is water damage on parts of the film, the sound dips in two spots for about 5 minutes. Still a great musical film, one that I got to see about 100 times! A hard to find classic. $129

The Whispering Skull (1944) Kodak Positive original of Tex Ritter Western is in very good condition. I detected a slight vinegar smell but, no one else that I asked could smell anything. A few splices, minor wear, decent sound. $99 SOLD

The Donna Reed Show: "All Is Forgiven" (TV Episode 1961) Excellent and complete broadcast print with commercials. Only two splices where a Campbell's Soup commercial was taken out and put back in near the end. Sharp picture, minimal wear and a very good episode. $109 SOLD

The Great Train Robbery (1903) Complete silent of the Edwin S. Porters seminal classic, double perforated print is in very good to excellent condition, no splices, minimal wear. $99 SOLD

The House I Live In (1945) Oscar winning short with Frank Sinatra, has excellent contrast, printed on Kodak Positive stock. It's missing the RKO logo and has moderate wear with an excellent soundtrack. $39 SOLD

Wild Rovers (1971) Blake Edwards western printed on Eastman stock has fair color. MGM original with minimal wear but warm in color, some blue still remains. Hard to find title has letterbox opening credits, the switches to flat with very little pan and scan. $59

Pecos Bill (1948) Mind bending LPP print with very good color is a very good kinescope, minor to minimal wear, and an excellent soundtrack. It comes in an original Disney case. $79 SOLD

The Legend of Johnny Appleseed (1948) Beautiful LPP print with stunning color, complete with minor to minimal wear, and an excellent soundtrack. Comes in original Disney case. $89 SOLD

The Country Cousin (1936) Oscar winning Disney short, printed on LPP stock with very good color, excellent sound, minor wear. It comes with it's original Disney case. $59 SOLD

W'ere on Our Way to Rio (1944) Very good color and excellent condition print, great musical soundtrack and very rare. $79 ON HOLD

You're a Sap, Mr. Jap (1942) Excellent Popeye on AG2S stock, sharp clear and complete, near mint condition with excellent sound. A very rare title. $39 SOLD

Wigwam Whoopee (1948) Excellent condition print on Kodak SP has good color, excellent sound and minimal wear. $29 SOLD

Hook and Ladder (1932) Very rare ERKO title from the Bell & Howell FIlm Library also has "Kids & Pets" title card. Dupont original with dark contrast and minor wear, some splices but, it runs really good with very good sound. $49 SOLD

Arbor Day (1936) Very rare and hard to find ERKO title from the Bell & Howell FIlm Library does not have main titles. A Kodak original with dark contrast and minor wear, some splices but, it runs really good with very good sound. $49 SOLD

Helpmates (1932) Complete Laurel and Hardy on Fuji stock with dark contrast and minor wear, a few splices with very good sound. It has the original Hal Roach opening title card. $39 SOLD

The Naval Workers Digest: The Pacific Menace (1945) Extremely rare WW2 propaganda film is a Kodak original with sharp picture and good sound with minor wear. Produced by the Bureau of Aeronautics Production Division by Pathe news Inc. $39

Little Toot (1954) Very good condition LPP print with very few to no splices, minor to moderate wear near the heads and tails with very good sound. This print has excellent color, it comes in it's original Disney case. This one had some frighting imagery, viewer discretion is advised. $69 SOLD

Racketeer Rabbit (1946) Excellent print but, faded to monochrome fair color, minimal wear and excellent sound. $59 SOLD

A Hick a Slick and a Chick (1948) Very good color and little wear on this excellent print. $39 SOLD

Toyland Broadcast (1934) BW of Color has very good contrast, some splices throughout the ilm but, it runs smoothly with a very nice image. Re-release by Pictoreel is uncensored and has a very good soundtrack . A scarce print. $29 SOLD

The New Tom & Jerry Show: Tricky McTrout (1976) Good to very good color print made in 1979 with little wear, complete opening and closing credits. $39 SOLD

Swimmer Take All (1952) Excellent condition print from a new negative, printed in 1978. Good to very good color on Kodak SP, excellent sound and minimal wear. $39 SOLD

Barking Dogs Don't Fite (1949) Excellent condition Fuji print with very few to no splices, minor to minimal wear with very good sound. This print has very good color, it is a rare and hard to find cartoon. $29 SOLD

From Hand to Mouse (1944) Very good condition Fuji print with very few to no splices, minor to minimal wear with very good sound. This print has good to very good color, it is a rare and hard to find cartoon. $49 SOLD

Saddle Silly (1941) Excellent condition print on Fuji stock has good to very good color, minor wear and an excellent soundtrack. $49 SOLD

Cow-Cow Boogie (1943) Rare title of the Walter Lantz cartoon is BW of Color, minor wear, decent print is a Kodak Positive orignal re-released by Castle Films. $39 SOLD

Tijuana Toads: Flight to the Finish (1972) Uncensored with excellent color, very good music and minor wear. Theatrical version a 400' reel. $49 SOLD

Markham: "The Duelists" (TV Episode 1959) Excellent condition Dupont original is a very good condition print of the suspenseful Ray Milland show. Minor wear, no commercials, very good sound. $39 SOLD

The Andy Griffith Show: "Dogs, Dogs, Dogs" (TV Episode 1963) Original broadcast print on 3M stock has excellent contrast, nice density with minor to moderate wear. The opening title has a couple of splices. There are no commercials on the print. $39 SOLD

The Amos 'n Andy Show: "The Kingfish Gets Amnesia" (TV Episode 1955) Very good dupe has an amber tone, minor to moderate wear, the sound has little hiss. $49 SOLD

Frontier Circus: "The Good Fight" (TV Episode 1962) Excellent condition original broadcast print has sharp contrast and minor wear, leaders instead of commercials, with excellent sound. $39 SOLD

The Partridge Family: "Heartbreak Keith (TV Episode 1973)" Fair color print of the hilarious television episode has minor to minimal wear, no commercials, and excellent sound. $44 SOLD

Mission: Impossible: "Crack-Up" (TV Episode 1972) Fair color print of the spy drama has minor wear, no commercials and excellent sound. Film needs to be stored tails out to restore flexibility. $29 SOLD

Sea Hunt" Diamond River (TV Episode 1958) Dupont original broadcast print, is in very good condition has some splices instead of leader, no commercials, minor wear and good sound. It comes in its own case. $49 SOLD

Mike Hammer: "Bride and Doom" (TV Episode 1959) Kodak original broadcast print, is in very good condition, has some splices instead of leader, no commercials, minor wear and good sound. $39 SOLD

Easy Street (1917) Excellent condition original Blackhawk print with one splice, minor to minimal wear, this is a silent double perforated film. This print has very good contrast and has a short introduction to the film in the beginning. $39 SOLD

The Immigrant (1917) Excellent condition original Blackhawk print has very few to no splices, minimal wear, double perforated. The print has good contrast and a short introduction to the film at the beginning. In the National Film Registry. $49 SOLD

Suspicion: "Death Watch (TV Episode 1958) Kodak Positive original brodacast print has very good contrast, minor wear, leaders instead of commericals and has very good sound. $39 SOLD

Suspicion: "Comfort for the Grave" (TV Episode 1958) Dupont original broadcast print has very good contrast, but is moderately worn with scratches throughout the duration of the print. A very good episode that builds slowly, like an episode of The Sopranos. $29 SOLD

Yes, Yes Nanette: "Home Honeymoon" Also known as The Nanette Fabray Show, Westinghouse Playhouse Starring Nanette Fabray and Wendell Corey. Excellent orinal on Kodak stock has nice density and cute "Hawaiian" Storyline with a musical number! $24 SOLD

The Village Specialist (1931) Kodak Positive original, has clipped heads with a main title. Only a few splices and scratched first half, the rest is okay. Moderate wear and an excellent soundtrack. $29 SOLD

Them!(1954) Very rare trailer has good contrast and sound, minor wear, image is a little grainy. $29

The Ray Milland Show: "The Professor Writes a Play (TV Episode 1955) Excellent Kodak Positive original print with minimal wear, leaders instead of commercials, excellent sound. $24 SOLD

Bachelor Father: "Bentley and the Homebody" (TV Episode 1962) Excellent Dupont original with minimal wear, excellent density, leaders instead of commercials. $29 SOLD

State Trooper: "Meeting at Julias" (TV Episode 1956) Excellent Kodak Positive original print, minor wear and very good sound. $29 SOLD

M*A*S*H: "For the Good of the Outfit" (TV Episode 1973) Fair color print with excellent sound, minor wear and leader instead of commercials. $24 SOLD

Ozzie and Harriet: Kris the Little Helper Complete episode has commercials and bumpers for F Troop, The FBI, a "Safe Driving" PSA, and a Family Service Accredit Agency PSA, and more! Water damage on the first half of the show runs okay.. $69

Abbott & Costello: Knight of the Bath (1944) Hard to find Castle Films has some splices and minor wear, very good contrast and sound. Excerpts from the feature "In Society" has a short "The End". $24 SOLD

Roughly Squeaking (1946) Merry Melodies starring Hubie and Bertie has fair color, very good sound, minor to minimal wear. $29 SOLD

Blitz Wolf (1942) Uncensored WW2 propaganda film is BW of color Pictoreel. fair contrast, moderate wear, rare with good sound. $24 SOLD

The Sports Parade: World Series 1948 Castle Films highlights the series between the Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves. Excellent contrast, very few splices, very good sound narration. A very scarce title. $19 SOLD

Loaded Dice (1947) Excerpts from Gene Autry's Loaded Pistols, Loaded Dice, has good contrast and sound, very few to no splices. A rare title. $19

Sport Beams: Monarchs of the Ring Kodak orinal from 1951 is an Official FIlms compilation of boxing highlights of some of the greatest fights between the 1920's - 1940's. Very good contrast, great narration. Another rare title. $19 SOLD

Sinbad the Sailor (1935) Good condition Kodak Positive print with some splices, minor to moderate wear with very good sound. This print has good contrast, is a black and white of color film, still...scarce and hard to find cartoon on 16mm. This is a Celebrity Pictures print. $19 SOLD

Devil Drivers Rare Pictoreel original on Dupont stock features auto racing circa late 1930's through 1940's. Some splices and lines, still in good condition. A great program starter or finisher. $19 SOLD

Daredevils on Ice Kodak original is a Castle films release, hard to find title and very scarce. Some footage is from the early 1930's. Still in very good condition. $19

Grand Canyon 2 x 1200' reels full of footage taken from a trip to the Grand Canyon all shot on Ektachrome. $39

Big Leaugers very rare Pictoreel Sportscope of the Chicago Cubs training park. Has some splices and minor wear, still in good shape. $19

Abbott & Costello: Who's on First Has a very short main title but, very good contrast and complete routine. Minor wear and very good sound. $24 SOLD

The Bank Dick W.C. Fields classic has good contrast and and sound. MInor wear and few splices with short Castle card and the end. $14

You Can't Shoe A Horsefly (1940 Hunky and Spunky cartoon from Max Fleischer is an NTA release on Kodak stock with good contrast, on the dark side occasionally since it's BW of Color. Moderate wear, dirty source print, few splices. $14

The Runt (1940) Farmer Alfala stars in this silent Castle Films print, moderate wear but, complete with few splices on a 400' reel. $14 SOLD

Fresh Paint (1920) Does not have main titles, starts about 30 sec. in.The print has very good contrast and is silent, double perforated. Minor to moderat surface wear on the preprint material. $14 SOLD

The Dippy Diplomat (1945) Good condition Kodak Positive print with some splices, minor to moderate wear with very good sound. This print has good contrast, is a black and white of color film, still...scarce and hard to find cartoon on 16mm. This is a Castle Films print. $14 SOLD

The Bulleteers (1942) BW of color Superman cartoon has good contrast and sound, minor to moderate wear, replaced main titles by distributor. $19 SOLD

The Granite Lady Tells the story of the Old Mint in San Francisco, set against the romance of the Old West, the excitement of the gold rush and the terror of the San Francisco earthquake. Narrated by the amazing Mercedes McCambridge. Faded but excellent rare footage of the quake and aftermath. $19

Roots (1976) Faded/fair color clips of tv show, minimal wear, excellent condition. $9

Hurry, Hurry (1941) Castle Films excerpts of "How to Give a Sucker an Even Break" has very good contrast and sound. There are some splices and missing frames near the heads, the rest of the film is okay. No Castle Films logo and slightly clipped 'The End' title. $14

The Foolish Frog (1971) Worn condition composite print with some splices, moderate to worn wear with very good sound. This print has low fade color for the first few minutes, then shifts to fair color Eastman, The Eastman portion f the print is in worn condition with green lines and many splices, some missing frames and the end is clipped. $9

Hopalong Cassidy This is a Hopalong Cassidy short from Castle films, no front title but has the end and conclusion. On a 400' reel with good contrast and sound. $9

Cornelius Vanderbilt II's The Breakers E.G. Marshall guides a tour of the residence of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, The Breakers, sharing anecdotes about the family whose tastes and money are reflected in the mansion. Faded color with original can. $9

The Word From Unity Shorts: Below are a list of short films released by Unity Church featuring some famous personalities, others obscure. One thing is certain, these are all well intentioned but, dated and in my opinion, come across as very funny. A great wat to start your program, with a laugh and a faded film with a word of the day. All films come on reel with leader . $5 each or take them all for $28 plus, get a bonus one not on this list! ALL SOLD

Courage: Janet Blair
Together: Lou Rawls
Worth: Jack Albertson
Security: Jack Albertson
Courage: Steve Allen
Positive: Vera Miles
Grow: Howard Duff
Loving: Anne Francis

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Joe Balitzki
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You have a PM

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Gerald Santana
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Thanks for the message Joe, I've sent my reply.

As promised, new additions are on this list. Remaining titles will move to ebay next week.

Thanks!

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Gerald Santana
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Many new additions, and lowered prices...take a look!

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Gerald Santana
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Updated with new additions and lowered prices...

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Pasquale DAlessio
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Ill take buleteers

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Ill take buleteers

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Brian Stearns
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Wow,now that's what I call an echo [Smile]

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Gerald Santana
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Prices reduced, new items added!

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Gerald Santana
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Updated with new additions!

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Brian Stearns
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Are you exclusively selling Seven ups trailer on eBay?

I sent you an email then a pm are you asleep?

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Gerald Santana
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Updated with price reductions...

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Gerald Santana
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More auctions posted last night for 16mm film (a couple of 8mm features as well), there's something in there for everybody..

http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_ipg=&_from=&_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ssn=even_more_clutter&_so p=10

Thanks..

P.S. Brian, your projector is getting shipped out today, I'm sending a different B&H to you.

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Michael Scheck
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Hi Gerald,
if "Pecos Bill" is still available: How much would shipping to Switzerland cost?
Thanks and best regards,
Michael

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Gerald Santana
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Newly listed items now on ebay, some price reductions on previously stuff, please take a look:

http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_from=&_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ssn=even_more_clutter&_sop=1

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Gerald Santana
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Hi folks,

I've posted some reasonably priced auctions on formerly listed film. Many more to come as I clear out boxes of film that need new homes. As always, mention "8mm Forum" and get 10% off your item.

Thanks!

http://www.ebay.com/usr/even_more_clutter#

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Gerald Santana
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Some auctions are ending tonight, others end tomorrow. Click on the link above to take a look.

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[Razz]

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@Dan....you wicked man
[Big Grin]

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[Cool]
MOM Says ....Happy Thanksgiving .....even to Gerald... [Wink]

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....Happy Thanksgiving .....even to Gerald... [Wink]
Dan...your attitude in Urbanski's 16mm forum should not be brought here.

I am sicked and tired having seen this!

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Gerald Santana
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Don't worry about it Winbert, instead...take a look at the titles offered in my ebay store!

http://www.ebay.com/usr/even_more_clutter

Black Friday begins now. Do you want that special Christmas feeling again? Well, I will gladly giftwrap your item plus, give you an extra 10% off for mentioning "8mm Forum". Many items available, something for everyone so, please take a look.

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Douglas Meltzer
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An excellent reply, Gerald.

I trust that there will be no more of this.

Doug

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Gerald Santana
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From now until Black Sunday® , mention "Doug Meltzer" at closing and receive 16% off your item! Don't go and trample yourselves to get to my auctions. Shop conveniently on your world wide web device and click "buy it now". You know you want that cartoon... [Wink]

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